Prepare for a successful career by building a solid foundation of concepts, models, and theories across the disciplines, alongside practical, real-world experience. Develop the thinking and soft skills that employers want by becoming actively engaged in the classroom and in the workplace. Throughout your studies, you’ll begin to establish meaningful connections with faculty, peers, and local businesses and you will be grounded with a Biblical framework for business that encourages you to live out your faith in the workplace through practices that honour Christ, customers, colleagues, and competitors.
There are two courses recommended for students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Business at Redeemer:
Applicants from Ontario will be considered for general undergraduate admission based on the following requirements:
Prof. Busuttil’s broad industry experience prepares her to teach several marketing courses, as well as Human Resource Management, Business Ethi...
" When I first came to Redeemer, I thought it might only be for one year. I looked at it as an opportunity to move away from home, become independent, and take some courses while I decided what I would like to study. I just wanted to try something new and different, and Redeemer seemed like a good fit for me. During my first year I took a business course and discovered that I really enjoyed the class. I ended up declaring business as my major and deciding to continue at Redeemer. I love the small class sizes, and that all the courses are taught with a Christian perspective. As a practical learner, I have enjoyed preparing case studies on everything from big corporations to small, family owned businesses. I worked at an eight month co-op placement as a Financial Analyst for Sodexo and Ontrak Procurement Services in Burlington. I learned many aspects of the business and about working in a corporate setting. I’m also becoming part of a business community, and finding my place as a Christian in the workplace. People often ask me why I would leave beautiful BC for Hamilton. I have always loved travelling and exploring new places and I’ve come to love the city of Hamilton. I have spent many hours visiting local waterfalls with friends and I have hiked many sections of the Bruce Trail. Hamilton is full of great shops, neighbourhoods and cafes, and it is central enough that I have been able to travel to Montreal, Ottawa, and as far as Prince Edward Island while studying at Redeemer. Hamilton may not be home forever – I still hope to travel to many new places – but for now, it – and Redeemer – is a great place for me to be. "
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