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Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance) (Honours)
Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance) (Honours)

Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance) (Honours)

  • ID:SC010108
  • Level:4-Year Bachelor's Degree
  • Duration:
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  • Type:Full-time

Fees (CAD)

  • Application Fee:$100.00
  • TuitionFee/Year:$18,523.00
  • LivingFee/Year:$11,000.00
  • InsuranceFee/Year:$580.00
  • OtherFee/Year:$131.25
  • Application Fee:$100.00
  • TuitionFee/Year:$18,523.00
  • LivingFee/Year:$11,000.00
  • InsuranceFee/Year:$580.00
  • OtherFee/Year:$131.25

* Health Science Pre-Admission Testing Charge, Identification Card

Estimated Total/program:
$121,337.00
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Admission Requirements

Entry requirements:

Program Eligibility

Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, including these required courses:

  • ​English, Grade 12 with a minimum 65%

plus

  • ​​Mathematics, Grade 12 Advanced Functions with a minimum 60%, or Grade 12 Calculus and Vectors with a minimum 60%, or successful completion of Sheridan’s Mathematical Functions for Business course with a minimum 60%, offered through Continuing and Professional Studies.
  • Four other Grade 12 credits with a minimum 60%
  • Minimum 65% overall average

OR

  • Two semesters of postsecondary education, including required courses, with a minimum of 65% overall average.

English requirements:

  • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language), 88 (21L,W,S,R) iBT (Internet-based TOEFL) or 570 Paper-based

  • TOEFL iBT Special Home Edition**, 88 (21L,W,S,R)

  • iTEP Academic**, 3.9

  • IELTS (International English Language Testing System) Academic Module, 6.5 – Overall Band Score with no Band below 6.0

  • PTE A (Pearson Test of English Academic), 60 – Overall Minimum Score (57L,W,S,R)

  • FCE (Cambridge English: First), 176 – Cambridge English Scale or FCE A

  • CAE (Cambridge English: Advanced), 180 – Cambridge English Scale or CAE C

  • CPE (Cambridge English: Proficiency), 200 – Cambridge English Scale or CPE C

  • Sheridan EAP (English for Academic Purposes), 75%

  • Sheridan EPA (English Proficiency Assessment), 4.5 – Listening Band 4.5 – Reading Combined Band CLB 8 - Writing

Other requirements:

  • Applicant Selection

  • Eligible applicants are selected on the basis of previous academic achievement (the average of their six highest senior-level credits, including required courses).

  • Applicants who do not meet the admission requirements for this program will be assessed and advised individually and may be considered for other, related programs.

  • Sheridan Degree Entrance Scholarship

  • Sheridan is pleased to provide an Entrance Scholarship in the amount of $2,500 to select applicants in this degree program.

Course Information

Sheridan's Honours BBA (Finance) degree will teach you the financial aspects of effective business analysis and decision-making.

Study finance from an international perspective

Today's financial industry requires you to capitalize on opportunities throughout the world. Learn global financial strategies such as how to access cash at affordable rates, assess risk and protect investments from fluctuating currencies. You'll also prepare for an international and diverse workforce through group work with your classmates.

Develop relationships with employers

Start building industry connections before you graduate. Our annual Finance and International Business Networking Event attracts senior employees from across the business world. In addition to giving you a glimpse at corporate life, they'll also give you honest feedback on everything from your sales pitch to your appearance — even your handshake.

Get introduced to CFA curriculum

Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designations are internationally recognized, opening the door to endless opportunities. Sheridan's finance degree courses are built around the core concepts and principles of the CFA program, introducing you to what you'll need to know before taking your CFA exam.

Small classes and hands-on learning

Our Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) programs feature an innovative experiential learning model that prepares you for the workplace. Rather than being asked to memorize content in a large lecture hall, you'll get to know your professors and peers through interaction and collaboration. You'll actively apply your knowledge and solve business problems that simulate the real world.

Build your portfolio while you study

In our Honours BBA programs, you'll build a Creative Learning Portfolio (CLP) that helps you on your self-discovery journey — and in the job market. The CLP is an electronic portfolio that explores your passions, purpose, career and personal goals. Featuring course reflections, learning experiences and work samples, your CLP will help you showcase your skills to potential employers.

Creative problem solving for the modern business world

Complement your finance degree with a unique certificate that demonstrates your ability to think creatively. In addition to your core BBA courses, you'll have the opportunity to take different breadth electives that will enable you to obtain a Sheridan Board Undergraduate Certificate in Creativity and Creative Problem Solving. 50% of our June 2019 BBA graduates earned this optional certificate, which is endorsed by the State University of New York.

Courses in the certificate include:

  • Creative Leadership and Problem Solving

  • Applications of Creativity and Innovation

  • Group Dynamics and Creative Problem Solving Facilitation

  • Introduction to Studies in Creativity

  • Principles of Creative Problem Solving

  • Composition and Rhetoric

Flexible learning options

Sheridan's Honours BBA programs offer flexible learning options that fit into your busy life. You can choose to study part-time while you work or take a full-time course load. With morning, afternoon and some evening classes available, we make learning around your schedule convenient and simple.

Learning Outcomes

Graduates of this program will be able to:

  • Communicate effectively in a variety of organizational settings.

  • Evaluate complex qualitative and quantitative data to support strategic and operational decisions.

  • Develop comprehensive strategic and tactical plans for an organization.

  • Work independently and collaboratively in inter and/or multi-disciplinary and diverse environments.

  • Use creative, critical and reflective thinking to address organizational opportunities and challenges.

  • Apply problem solving and decision making frameworks that propose defensible solutions to organizational opportunities, challenges, change and risk.

  • Demonstrate ethical and socially responsible behaviour.

  • Integrate appropriate technologies in developing solutions to business opportunities and challenges.

  • Build effective internal and external relationships using influencing, communication and consultative skills.

  • Evaluate the dynamic of the global business environment from a competitive and economic perspective.

  • Develop self leadership strategies to enhance personal and professional effectiveness.

  • Assess business processes relative to organizational goals.

  • Perform robust research through the application of accepted applied research methodologies.

  • Develop critical thinking, quantitative reasoning, written, and oral communication.

  • Knowledge of society and culture, and skills relevant to civic engagement.

  • Analyze current trends in primary and secondary capital markets around the world and their impact on mobilizing investment capital.

  • Conduct value added research into the current investment theory, practice, empirical data, corporate trends and real-time market intelligence to generate high quality investment ideas.

  • Synthesize complex financial data into meaningful business perspectives that facilitates actionable solutions.

  • Present quantitative and qualitative information together with analysis, discussion, commentary and recommendations in a form suitable for different intended audiences.

  • Recommend innovative alternatives to deal with financing needs and challenges at various stages in the lifecycle of an organization or an individual.

  • Evaluate the impact of major economic variables such as interest rates, inflation, employment, exchange rates and balance of payments on the performance of capital markets and different financial instruments.

  • Construct basic investment portfolios for individual and institutional investors in accordance with given investment policy statements, ethics and professional judgement.

  • Evaluate performance of investment decisions and effectiveness of asset allocation strategies for portfolios consisting of debt and equity securities, derivatives real estate and other alternative investments.

  • Integrate relevant regulatory framework into financial processes and practices to address current challenges

  • Manage relationships between an organization and its stakeholders and their impact on corporate growth taking into account ethical practices and social responsibilities.

  • Recommend allocation of financial resources that contribute optimally to strategic business plan of the organization.

  • Employ best practices in risk management to protect organization’s financial position, investments, legal position and ethical reputation.

Internship & Co-op

The Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) programs all include a one-semester internship where students will fulfill many of the program learning outcomes and become prepared for future employment. After the completion of a minimum of 60 credits, students may also apply to participate in the BBA Co-op program, which allows students to complete three additional work terms to a total of four work terms. Enrolment in the Co-op program is limited through an additional Co-op application process.

Co-op/Internship allows students to take ownership and responsibility for their own growth and development through practice in real-life employment environments. Our work terms are scenarios where students can apply their critical, creative, and reflective thinking in a way that maximizes their workplace experiences and preparedness for full-time employment after graduation.

Sheridan's BBA Co-op program has built-in flexibility for students to select their path and schedule for Co-op work terms, may lead to paid employment during the work term, and further supports students to develop their entrepreneurial thinking skills and capacity for responsible risk-taking in a complex workplace environment.

Students receive in-class and 1-on-1 career education support to help prepare for their Internship or Co-op work terms. The Co-op/Internship component is delivered by Sheridan's Co-operative Education Office, which facilitates over 1,800 Co-op/Internship work terms per year Sheridan-wide.

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1000 Level Courses

  • BUSM10100D, Becoming a Master Learner*, 0

  • BUSM10200D, Undergrad Competency Development, 3

  • MATH10000D, Business Calculus and Algebra, 3

  • COMM10000D, Business Communications, 3

  • BUSM10000D, Business Fundamentals, 3

  • BUSM10001D, Business Processes, 3

  • ACCG12001D, Introductory Financial Accounting, 3

  • ECON10001D, Macroeconomics, 3

  • ECON10000D, Microeconomics, 3

  • HRMT14000D, Organizational Behaviour, 3

  • ENGL17889GD, Composition and Rhetoric, 3

  • MKTG11000D, Marketing Fundamentals, 3

  • , 4 Breadth Electives,

2000 Level Courses

  • BUSM20000D, Applied Research in Business, 3

  • INFO20000D, Business Information Systems, 3

  • LAWS20000D, Business Law, 3

  • MATH20000D, Business Statistics, 3

  • FINA23000D, Finance Fundamentals, 3

  • ACCG22001D, Introductory Managerial Accounting, 3

  • MGMT25000D, Supply Chain and Operations Management, 3

  • , 2 Breadth Electives,

3000 Level Courses

  • BUSM30000D, Entrepreneurship or BUSM30002D Global Business Environment, 3

  • BUSM30001D, Ethics, Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility, 3

  • FINA33000D, Financing and the Capital Markets, 3

  • FINA33001D, Corporate Financial Analysis , 3

  • FINA33005D, Quantitative Methods in Finance, 3

  • , 1 Breadth Elective,

4000 Level Courses

  • MGMT40000D, Strategic Management, 3

  • BUSM40000D, Integrated Industry Project or a BUSM40001D Research Thesis, 3

  • FINA43002D, Derivatives, 3

  • FINA43004D, Security Analysis – Equity, 3

  • FINA43005D, Security Analysis – Fixed Income, 3

  • FINA43006D, Investment Theory, 3

  • FINA43007D, Portfolio Management, 3

  • BUSM40300D, BBA Portfolio**, 0

  • Business Elective Courses

Students must complete 3 of the following Business Elective Courses:***

  • FINA33004D, Essentials in Wealth Management, 3

  • FINA33002D, International Finance, 3

  • FINA33003D, Introduction to Business Valuation, 3

  • FINA43000D, Contemporary Issues in Financial Management, 3

  • FINA43001D, Financial Performance Management, 3

  • FINA43003D, New Venture Finance, 3

  • ECON39000D, International Economics and Trade, 3

  • MGMT39001D, Managing and Communicating Across Cultures, 3

  • MGMT39000D, Project Management, 3

  • BUSM49000D, Contemporary Issues in Business, 3

  • BUSM49001D, Creativity and Innovation in Business, 3

  • BUSM49003D, Social Entrepreneurship, 3

Or select from advanced level courses in any of the following disciplines***

  • BBA Supply Chain Management

  • BBA Accounting

  • BBA Marketing Management

  • BBA Human Resources Management

*Must be taken in first semester
**Must be taken in final semester
***Students need to complete these elective courses at the 3000 and 4000 level, with at least 3 credits at the 4000 level

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Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

As a graduate of Sheridan's Honours BBA (Finance) program, you'll be ready for a career in financial analysis, investment research, portfolio management, capital mobilization, wealth management, business valuation, regulatory compliance or investor relations.

You might find work in one of these areas:

  • Personal Financial Planning

  • Investment/Securities Management

  • Investment Research and Analysis

  • Credit Management

  • Corporate Financial Planning

  • Financial Research and Analysis

  • Business Development and Analysis

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