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We’re thrilled to have our new Bachelor of Arts in Management (BAM) program featured in Daily Hive

We’re very excited about the launch of our new Bachelor of Arts in Management (BAM) program, and we’re even more thrilled to have had it featured in Monday’s Daily Hive in Vancouver. This new Vancouver based undergraduate degree will allow qualified candidates to finish their degree in two years while taking specialized study in social and environmentally responsible management. Interested students should check out more details on the program HERE, or attend an upcoming information session Wed May 17 & 24, 5pm at our Vancouver campus.

From The Daily Hive Monday, May 15:

You dream of earning a management degree that will help you get the job you’ve always wanted. You see yourself working with a team of visionaries and professors who not only teach you, but work with you too.

Finding a university that offers all these variables can be pretty daunting, so Daily Hive did some research to find a management degree that lets you do all these things – in just two years.

Thanks to CityU Canada, you can avoid studying at a traditional school by by opting for its up to date, two degree completion program in management. CityU Canada’s launch of the Bachelor of Arts in Management (BAM) in downtown Vancouver isn’t any ordinary program since it teaches you how to be a socially and environmentally responsible manager. And that means you can actually keep up with the work force when you graduate, because you’ll think like a next generation leader.

You can find out how the program works by visiting CityU Canada’s two information sessions on Wednesday, May 17 and Wednesday, May 24.

And to give you a sneak peek of what you can expect, we’ve compiled a list of the top six reasons why CityU Canada’s BAM program could be your best management degree option.

Requires a diploma or previous coursework for admission

Unlike other programs, the prerequisite for applying to this comprehensive course is just a two-year diploma, in any field. So even if you’ve already studied a four-year degree at another university, you can apply to CityU Canada’s BAM program to earn a degree in business management on top of your existing credentials. This degree will help kickstart your management career in a way that you won’t experience with other post-secondary institutions.

Implements social values

CityU Canada’s BAM degree aligns with your values and takes them to a whole new level. The entire program has been created with the importance of social and environmental sustainability, plus responsible management at its core. These socially conscious values are something traditional business courses sometimes neglect, both in-class and online.

Convenient class schedule

If you’re already working a full-time job, don’t quit. You can keep working and study simultaneously because the course is delivered on weekday evenings. This makes it ideal for anyone hoping to further their education in their free time. Oh, and this means you still have ample time to have a social life during weekends, too.

Learn from industry pros

You’re living in the 21st century and that means you need to have a different set of skills to be able to rapidly adapt to changing work environments. You can develop a fresh approach at CityU Canada by working directly with industry leaders – your professors. Many professors at the university also work outside of teaching in their field and consequently deliver classes based on a personable model. And that can really help you succeed when you’re ready to enter the workforce.

Professors who care

Educators at CityU Canada are industry professionals that care about your education as well as your success after you graduate. Your professors have connections which can help you gain employment, allowing many students to stay in Vancouver and work in management after graduating.

Alumni benefits

Even after you graduate from CityU, you’ll have access to career resources such as dozens of live and on-demand webinars. This extends to the career centre where you can get free career advice in-person or over the phone and via CityU connect – online networking groups where you can meet alumni and current students to discover jobs, along with mentorship opportunities.


The power of face-to-face learning is greater than ever before and it could work for you at CityU Canada. To find out more about CityU Canada’s BAM program, visit the university’s information night, and check out the degree online.

CityU Canada’s BA in Management info session

When: May 17 and May 24, 5 – 6 pm
Where: CityU Canada – 789 West Pender Street #310
Price: Free

Link to the Daily Hive article HERE.