Humber's Business Administration – Co-op program is designed so students earn while they learn. Offered in a co-operative education model at our beautiful Humber Lakeshore Campus, the Business Administration – Co-op program has two work semesters where students gain valuable business experience, develop industry connections, and try out different types of jobs before making a major commitment. Four Business elective courses offer program flexibility and the opportunity to specialize. Employer awareness of the particularly high standards required of Humber's students translates into enhanced career opportunities. The Business Administration – Co-op program also offers pathways to university due to the excellent transfer agreements Humber has with numerous colleges and universities.
Students study the fundamentals of all business functions including management, finance, human resources, marketing and logistics. As well, students develop skills in effective communication, teamwork, project management, finance, human resources management and logistics.
In third year, a specialization may be chosen while examining the operations of a company from the perspective of a chief executive officer (CEO). Students work in teams to prepare a strategic analysis report for a high-profile business enterprise. Independently, students also practice business skills in a work setting.
Co-op placements at the end of years one and two offer students paid work experience in the real world.