- Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
- Honours BBA / Honours Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
- Honours BBA / Honours Bachelor of Arts in Financial Mathematics
- Honours BBA (Laurier) / Honours Bachelor of Computer Science (University of Waterloo)
- Honours BBA (Laurier) / Honours Bachelor of Mathematics (University of Waterloo)
- Bachelor of Business Technology Management (at Laurier's Brantford campus)
- Diploma in Business Administration
- CPA-accredited stream in Accounting
A BBA concentration consists of a minimum of 2.0 senior-level credits beyond core courses counted toward the degree. A concentration allows you to pursue an interest within general management; the concentration is not a professional designation. The concentration will appear on your official transcript when denoted on the application to graduate submitted by the student prior to printed deadlines. Only one concentration may be declared.
BBA students wishing to pursue the Legal Studies Option or any other applicable academic option at Laurier may do so. A Laurier option can be in addition to an honours BBA
concentration. There is a limit of two Laurier options/minors per student. BBA students are restricted from declaring the Management Option. A BBA student interested in a Laurier option shoud see an academic advisor as early as possible for academic planning.
Available BBA Concentrations
Visit the program requirements page for information about completing a concentration.
- Brand Communication and Management
- Business and Sustainability
- Human Resource Management
- Insurance and Risk Management
- International Business
- Supply Chain Management
You must include your full name and student ID number when contacting advisors. To ensure your email is delivered, use your @mylaurier.ca or @uwaterloo.ca email account.
- BBA program counselling: email@example.com
Although academic advising is available within each program office, it is solely your responsibility to ensure you are properly registered and meet course requirements and meet the requirements of the program for which you are registered. All students should review the university regulations and the relevant program requirements in the academic calendar.