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BAM Course Schedule – Full-time program

In our Full-time program, classes are offered 3 and half days a week (depending on scheduling) to allow you flexibility to work part-time around your class schedule.  At CityU in Canada, we support your degree completion quickly by offering courses four quarters per year which means you can complete the BAM full-time in just seven quarters.  

TermApril
2021
July
2021
October
2021
Credits102031
BAM CoursesBC 306
Ethics and Leadership
MK 300
Principles of Marketing
BSM 304
Organizational
Communications
NAS 332
Sustainable Resource Use
MG 360
Financial Fundamentals for Managers
Ethics Practicum2BC 401
Business Ethics Practicum2
Bridging CoursesENG 101
English Composition I3
Math 107
Mathematical Reasoning & Its Applications1
ENG 102
English Composition II3

TermJanuary
202
2
April
202
2
July
2022
October
2022
Credits47637990
BAM CoursesBC 307
Corporate Social Responsibility
SCI 306:
Health & Wellness
BSC 407
The Effective Organization
MG 495
Management Strategy
BUS 304
Organizational Behaviour & Leadership
SOC 305
Social Media & Society
BUS 426
Business Analytics for Decision Making
BSM 414 
International Management
ENT 300
Entrepreneurship
PM 401
Introduction to Project Management
HR 405
Strategic Management of Human Resources
Ethics Practicum2BC 401
Business Ethics Practicum2
BC 401
Business Ethics Practicum2
BC 401
Business Ethics Practicum2
BC 401
Business Ethics Practicum2

Class schedule: Classes will be held Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 – 2:00 pm and 3:00 – 8:00 pm. The Business Ethics Practicum will be held on Thursday afternoons in 4 sessions per quarter for a total of 10 hours.

1 Math 107 is offered for students who do not have the College Math prerequisite.

2 BC 401 allows students to practice ethical decision making as part of a community. Each term students meet with classmates and faculty to discuss and resolve personal or professional ethical dilemmas.  Over the duration of the program, they will submit milestone artifacts including: notes from the ethics meetings; reflective journal entries, and short papers on ethical dilemmas. A total of 5 credits are earned with the portfolio – one for each quarter on a pass/fail basis. Students must obtain 5 credits to pass.  

3 ENG 101 and 102 are offered for students who do not have the College Writing prerequisite.

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