Faculty of Business Administration's Response to COVID-19

This year, the Covid-19 pandemic has introduced a lot of uncertainty. The Faculty of Business Administration will be delivering its courses online and remotely for the upcoming Fall 2020 term. This is a relatively new approach for most of us. We look forward to a time when we can safely come together again on campus, and until that can happen, we are committed to providing a valuable virtual learning experience for our students. 

While some things will be different in the Fall term, many things will remain the same. Our faculty members, instructors and staff will continue to be available to answer questions and provide support. As always, we will focus on delivering high-quality programs that guide students to turn the theoretical into the practical. We will maintain a focus on experiential learning and seek new opportunities for students to apply their knowledge and skills. We will continue to engage with our local communities and alumni to provide opportunities for learning, research and networking. We will continue to offer support to student clubs and extra-curricular activities, both within the Faculty and in the broader University community. Even though the location and mode of delivery will be different, we will strive to do our best to provide an exceptional experience to our students.

Are you a first-year student? Watch this video below to see what two first-year professors are planning for the fall.