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An undergraduate or post-graduate degree from Cape Breton University's Shannon School of Business is highly desirable. CBU offers flexible programs according to the student's chosen career path and graduates from the Shannon School of Business are well prepared to pursue opportunities in a wide variety of fields, including some of the fastest-growing and high-demand professions.
Our faculty include skilled practitioners and accomplished academics and our enrollment caps encourage student-faculty relationships providing the opportunity for students to actively participate in their education. The Shannon School of Business also maintains close ties with the local business community, allowing for interaction among students, professionals, owners and managers.
Our innovative business programs are designed just for you. Courses are flexible and carefully planned to meet the needs of our students. CBU programming offers both bachelor and master level degrees:
The Master of Business Administration in Community Economic Development (MBA) program aims to deliver advanced business knowledge and skills in the community and the work world. The curriculum includes all business subjects found in traditional MBA programs with an emphasis on economic development, leadership, strategy, governance and management of change.
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program allows the student to develop in an innovative program that includes the core curriculum and elective courses and, if they choose, a business concentration. The degree may be completed through full-time or part-time study.
Bachelor of Hospitality and Tourism Management (BHTM) graduates are specifically skilled to fill the growing demand worldwide for management positions in the hospitality and tourism industry. The Bachelor of Hospitality Tourism Management program integrates the strengths of a business education with the theories of tourism development and hospitality management to give the graduate an understanding of the key areas of the industry.