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Program Overview

The Business Department at York University comprises one of the largest academic programs at York University. Currently, we enjoy IACBE "Candidate for Accreditation" status. Whether your post-grad goals are a graduate school or entering the professional world, you can rest assured that you will enter your chosen field confident and competent in your skills and ability.

Our faculty members prepare students for successful professional careers in business. They introduce students to the critical thinking, reasoning, interpersonal communication, and problem-solving skills needed to succeed in the business world. They challenge students to assume their place as citizens and as leaders in their community so that they can better understand and prepare for ethical questions they may face. Faith and learning are integrated with each course to prepare students for life--not just their professions. 

A Business Administration major provides significant career options including:

  • General Administration
  • Banking
  • Public Administration and Management
  • Consulting
  • Retail Management
  • Human Resources
  • Public Relations

Aside from graduate studies in Business Administration, other advanced study options include:

  • Education
  • Government
  • Business Communication
  • Business Management

If you have questions about the Business Administration major in the Elijah A. Levitt School of Business, or would like to schedule a tour of the major, please contact our team at

Departmental Learning Outcomes

  1. The learner will acquire foundational business knowledge necessary to be competent and productive business professionals while demonstrating business acuity through the application of business language, methodologies, and functions in today’s business environment.
  2. The learner will develop critical thinking skills, oral and written communication skills, analytical skills, and technological skills for business application.
  3. The learner will weigh ethical principles in the business environment.
  4. The learner will demonstrate an ability to integrate the concepts of the core areas of business and management concepts while making business decisions.
  5. The learner will analyze sports marketing problems and offer critically based recommendations and solutions
  6. The learner will demonstrate an understanding of financial information including its organization, analysis, and reporting sufficient to aid in business decision making.
  7. The learner will be able to recognize and examine the relationships between inputs and outputs in their agricultural field to make effective and profitable decisions.




Computer Software Applications

Business Ethics

Business Statistics

Business Communication

International Business

Business Law

Principles of Macro-Economics

Principles of of Micro-Economics

Principles of Management

Financial Management

More courses can be found in the course catalog >>

Terms & Textbooks

You can start with ANY term. York University offers 6 terms each academic year with no textbook costs for most classes. All graduate-level and most undergraduate-level courses incorporate free open educational resources in the coursework.

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