Academic Calendar - 2018

Western University Academic Calendar. - 2018

Western Main Campus

Other - Non Modular Program THE HBA PROGRAM
Richard Ivey School Of Business - The HBA Program



Admission Requirements


Module/Program Information


For students entering the HBA program in September 2017 and thereafter, the following program curriculum applies:

The Third Year (HBA1)


The third year of the undergraduate program in Business Administration
consists of an integrated set of courses (7.5 courses) designed to give a basic understanding of the functions and the interrelationships of the major areas of management, as well as to develop problem-solving and action-planning skills.

All students will take: Business Administration 3300K, Business Administration 3301K, Business Administration 3302K, Business Administration 3303K, Business Administration 3304K, Business Administration 3311K, Business Administration 3316K, Business Administration 3321K, Business Administration 3322K, Business Administration 3323K.

No substitute for any of the above courses is permitted under any
circumstances.

The Fourth Year (HBA2)


The fourth year consists of required and elective courses (6.0 courses). The elective courses allow students to design a personal program of study best suited to their individual needs. A few students concentrate mainly in one functional area; most prefer to select courses from several areas.

Required (2.5):

International Perspective Requirement: Business Administration 4505A/B.

Corporations and Society Perspective Requirement: at least one 0.5 course from from Business administration - Corporations and Society designated electives offered during the academic year or other business elective as determined and approved by the HBA Program Director to satisfy this requirement.

Managerial Accounting Requirement: Business Administration 4624A/B

Applied Project Requirement: Business Administration 4569.

Electives (3.5):

3.5 elective courses chosen from 4000 level Business courses (0.5 course from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Science, Social Science, or Law that is career related may be substituted for a Business elective with the permission of the HBA Program Director).


 
For students who entered the HBA Program in September 2016 and prior, the following program curriculum applies:

The Third Year (HBA1)


The third year of the undergraduate program in Business Administration consists of an integrated set of courses (8.25 courses) designed to give a basic understanding of the functions and the interrelationships of the major areas of management, as well as to develop problem-solving and action-planning skills.
All students will take: Business Administration 3300K, Business Administration 3301K, Business Administration 3302K, Business Administration 3303K, Business Administration 3304K, Business Administration 3307K, Business Administration 3311K, Business Administration 3316K, Business Administration 3321K, Business Administration 3322K, Business Administration 3323K.
No substitute for any of the above courses is permitted under any circumstances.

The Fourth Year (HBA2)


The fourth year consists of required and elective courses (6.0 courses). The elective courses allow students to design a personal program of study best suited to their individual needs. A few students concentrate mainly in one functional area; most prefer to select courses from several areas.

Required:
International Perspective Requirement: Business Administration 4505A/B.

Corporations and Society Perspective Requirement: at least one 0.5 course from the former Business Administration 4521A/B, Business Administration 4522A/B, Business Administration 4523A/B or other business elective as determined and approved by the HBA Program Director to satisfy this requirement.

Applied Project Requirement: Business Administration 4569.

Electives:
4.0 elective courses chosen from 4000 level Business courses (1.0 course from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Science, Social Science, or Law that is career related may be substituted for a Business elective with the permission of the HBA Program Director).


Progression