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Tuition & funding
The John Molson Graduate Certificate in Business Administration (GCBA) is designed to give students without a business background a graduate-level foundation in business. The five-course program focuses on the core elements and functional areas within an organization.
Please note that the GCBA is not available to international students as the length of the program does not satisfy the requirements of a study permit.
Program graduates are able to:
Fully-qualified candidates are required to complete a minimum of 15 credits.
Please see the Business Administration Graduate Certificate, Business Administration Graduate Diploma and Quantitative Business Studies Graduate Diploma Courses page for course descriptions.
credits of Core Courses:
• GDBA 531 Professional Business Skills (3.00) • GDBA 532 Accounting (3.00) • GDBA 533 Managing People in Organizations (3.00) • GDBA 534 Marketing Management (3.00)
elective credits chosen from:
• GDBA 530 Business Data Analytics (3.00)
or any elective from the GDBA Electives list.
June 1 (Canadian resident only)
October 1 (Canadian resident only)
Priority will be given to complete applications submitted by the deadline. In some cases, programs may continue to accept applications as long as there is space available.
International students: Considering the waiting period involved in meeting the entry requirements to Canada and Quebec, we strongly encourage international applicants to apply early and submit supporting documents prior to the deadline.
Tuition and fees of the program may depend on your student status, among other key factors. Estimate these costs based on the most common situations.
Funding packages are generally available for students in thesis-based programs. Course-based students may be eligible for a number of donor awards, and may consult with their department for program-specific opportunities.
Get the skills employers want by acquiring business knowledge that will help you become a more efficient and effective manager and administrator.
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