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UTP Stage II: Business Administration
UTP Stage II: Business Administration

UTP Stage II: Business Administration

  • ID:FIC0004
  • Level:Foudation/ Pre-course
  • Duration:
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  • Type:Full-time

Fees (CAD)

  • TuitionFee/Term:$10,422.00
  • LivingFee/Term:$4,000.00
  • InsuranceFee/Term:$166.00
  • OtherFee/Term:$3,719.67
  • TuitionFee/Term:$10,422.00
  • LivingFee/Term:$4,000.00
  • InsuranceFee/Term:$166.00
  • OtherFee/Term:$3,719.67

* Academic Literacy Course, Medical insurance, Student Services and Recreation, SFU Student Society (SFSS) Fees (starting January 2019)

Estimated Total/program:
$54,923.01
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Admission Requirements

Entry requirements

  • Entry into UTP Stage II generally requires the successful completion of Year 12 of secondary school or its equivalent with overall and individual subject requirements depending on program. Specific minimum academic requirements are listed below. Admissions assessments are based on an applicant’s complete academic record.

English requirements

Direct entry

  • If you meet the direct entry English language requirement and meet the relevant academic requirements for your country, you will be eligible for direct entry to UTP Stage I or UTP Stage II. Direct entry includes a non-credit academic literacy course. This program is designed to be completed in three terms.

Integrated entry

  • If you meet the integrated entry English language requirement and the relevant academic requirements for your country, you will begin UTP Stage I or UTP Stage II and will take INTG100 and two academic courses in your first term of study. An A grade in INTG100 will exempt students from the academic literacy course. This program is designed to be completed in three terms.

Cornerstone entry

  • If you meet the cornerstone entry English language requirement and the relevant academic requirements for your country, you will begin UTP Stage I or UTP Stage II and will take cornerstone courses in your first term of study. Students who obtain an A in the cornerstone program will progress to direct entry, those with a B will progress to integrated entry. This program is designed to be completed in four terms.

  • English Language Qualification*, Direct-entry requirements, Integrated-Entry requirements, Cornerstone-Entry requirements

  • IELTS (Academic), 6.0 Overall with minimum 6.0 in Reading and Writing and 5.5 in Speaking and Listening , 5.5 Overall with minimum 5.5 in Reading and Writing and 5.0 in Speaking and Listening, 5.5 Overall no band less than 4.5, or 5.0 Overall no band less than 5.0 in Reading and Writing, and 4.5 in Speaking and Listening

  • TOEFL, 79 Overall Reading and Writing minimum 18, 69 Overall Reading and Writing minimum 15, 59 Overall Reading and Writing minimum 12

  • Completion of the last three (3) years of full-time secondary school education in English in Canada, A minimum grade of 65% in senior level English is required, A minimum grade of 60% in senior level English is required, N/A

  • Completion of the last three (3) years of full-time secondary school education in English in a country in which the principal language of instruction is English**, A minimum grade of 65% in senior level English is required , A minimum grade of 60% in senior level English is required, N/A

  • Completion of the last four (4) years of full-time secondary school education in English at a recognized international school in a country in which the principal language of instruction is not English, A minimum grade of 65% in senior level English is required, A minimum grade of 60% in senior level English is required , N/A

  • GCSE/O Level English Language, C, D, N/A

  • HKDSE, 4, 3, N/A

  • IB English, 5HL, 4 in A1 or A2 English, 3<

  • CAEL CE, 60 overall with Reading and Writing minimum 60, 60 overall with no band below 50, 50 overall with no band below 50<

  • Pearson Test of English (PTE), Overall score of 58, and a minimum score of 58 in the Communicative Skills, including: Listening, Reading, Speaking, Writing, Overall score of 42, and a minimum score of 42 in Reading, Writing and 36 in Listening and Speaking, N/A

  • IELTS Indicator, 6.0 overall with minimum 6.0 in Reading and Writing, and 5.5 in Speaking and Listening, 5.5 overall with minimum 6.0 in Reading and Writing, and 5.5 in Speaking and Listening, 6.0 overall with no band less than 4.5 OR 5.0 with minimum 5.0 in Reading and Writing, and 4.5 in Speaking and Listening

Other requirements

  • Science Fundamentals Program
  • The Science streams all require the completion of secondary school Biology 12 or Math 12. The Science Fundamentals Program provides students with the opportunity to advance their university studies while upgrading skills to meet UTP Stage II course prerequisites. Students will be admitted into the Science Fundamentals Program when:
    • A student does not have Grade 12 Biology or less than 65% average in Grade 12 Biology
    • A student does not have Grade 12 Math or less than 75% average in Grade 12 Math

Course Information

UTP Stage II: Business Administration is equivalent to the first year of SFU's Bachelor of Business Administration. It provides the foundation for further study in many aspects of business and commerce to help you choose your area of specialization for your Bachelor of Business Administration degree.

SFU's Beedie School of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) and the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME). Only 1 percent of business schools worldwide have achieved these valued seals of quality.

UTP Stage II: Business Administration

Required courses

  • Introduction to Business
  • Business Writing Essentials
  • Calculus I for the Social Sciences
  • Critical Thinking
  • Financial Accounting I
  • Literary Classics or Literature and Culture
  • Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Principles of Microeconomics

Elective courses

Choose two of the following options:

  • Introduction to Communication Studies
  • Communication and Social Change
  • Introduction to Computer Programming I
  • Discrete Mathematics I
  • Society, Space, Environment: Introducing Human Geography
  • Graphic Design
  • Studio Physics - Mechanics and Modern Physics
  • Studio Physics - Optics, Electricity and Magnetism
  • Introduction to Psychology I
  • Introduction to Psychology II
  • Pre-calculus*
  • Environmental Economics
  • Introduction to Statistics for the Social Sciences
  • Introduction to Sentence Analysis
  • Introduction to Linguistics

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REQUIRED COURSES

  • BUS200, -, Business Fundamentals

  • BUS216, -, Introduction to Essentials of Business Communications

  • BUS251, -, Financial Accounting I

  • ECON103, -, Principles of Microeconomics

  • ECON105, -, Principles of Macroeconomics

  • MATH157, -, Calculus for the Social Sciences I

  • PHIL105, -, Critical Thinking (Formerly PHIL001)

 Choose one English course from the following list.

  • ENGL112, -, Literature Now (Formerly ENGL101)

  • ENGL113, -, Literature and Performance

  • ENGL115, -, Literature and Culture (Formerly ENGL105)

 ELECTIVE COURSES

  • Choose two courses from the following list:

  • ARCH100, -, Ancient Peoples and Places

  • BISC100, -, Introduction to Biology

  • CMNS110, -, Introduction to Communication Studies

  • CMNS130, -, Explorations in Mass Communication

  • CMPT120, -, Introduction to Computer Science & Programming I

  • ECON260, -, Environmental Economics

  • ENGL112, -, Literature Now (Formerly ENGL101)

  • ENGL115, -, Literature and Culture (Formerly ENGL105)

  • GEOG100, -, Our World: Introducing Human Geography

  • IAT102, -, Graphic Design

  • LING200, -, Foundations of English Grammar

  • LING220, -, Introduction to Linguistics

  • MACM101, -, Discrete Mathematics I

  • MATH100, -, Precalculus

  • MATH152, -, Calculus II

  • PHIL105, -, Critical Thinking (Formerly PHIL001)

  • PHYS140, -, Studio Physics – Mechanics & Modern Physics

  • PHYS141, -, Studio Physics – Optics, Electricity and Magnetism

  • PSYC100, -, Introduction to Psychology I

  • PSYC102, -, Introduction to Psychology II

  • STAT203, -, Introduction to Statistics for the Social Sciences

  • WL101, -, Writing in World Literature

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Pre Courses

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Pathway Courses

Entry to second year at SFU

Bachelor of Business Administration

Areas of study

  • Accounting
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Finance
  • Human Resource Management
  • International Business
  • Management Information Systems
  • Marketing
  • Operations Management
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Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

Potential career paths

  • Accounting

  • Advertising Executive

  • Banker

  • Entrepreneur

  • Finance Analyst

  • International Broker

  • International Businessperson

  • Human Resource Manager

  • Logistics Manager

  • Management Consultant

  • Marketer

  • Recruiter

  • Stockbroker

  • Systems Analyst

Ability to settle

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