The MBA degree program has been refined to allow you to acquire more specific knowledge and skills in one of nine elective areas by choosing courses from one of the following subject areas: Business Analytics, Consulting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Human Resources Management, Leadership, Marketing, Digital Marketing, and Project Management.

Our MBA program also includes relevant digital components. We collaborate with digital leaders, such as Ripen, Digital Marketing Institute, Salesforce (Trailhead), Tableau, and IBM to keep our students updated with upcoming technological trends.

Students can also qualify to earn certifications, including Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR), Certified Digital Marketing Professional (CDMP), Certified Digital Marketing Associate (CDMA), and more.



In the Graduate Certificate - Program Management program, students can learn how to manage simple to complex projects from start to finish, and become a critical part of an organization’s most exciting achievements. Students can develop the skills they need to oversee project management activities such as planning, managing scope, costs, time while balancing client expectations.

They can learn organizational Agility with practices such as Scrum.

Students will establish goals for their project team and lead them to overcome obstacles to achieve success, meeting stakeholders needs. They will also earn project management education hours towards a variety of certifications: Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), Project Management Professional (PMP), Agile Scrum Master (ASM), Risk Management Professional (RMP), or Agile Certified Practitioner (ACP) designations.


As a Hospitality – Hotel and Restaurant Operations graduate, students efficiently handle the many moving parts of organizations in the vibrant hotel and restaurant industry.

  • Highlights
  • The Daniel J. Patterson Campus in Niagara-on-the-Lake is located in the heart of Canada’s hospitality and tourism market.
  • Program shaped by industry leaders and focused on current market trends.
  • Applied educational experiences in our beverage, culinary and restaurant labs, which integrate hands-on learning into the program.
  • Hotel property management systems and restaurant simulations are offered which enhance the learning environment and provide a better understanding of industry processes.
  • Students complete this program in less than 2 years. Program is delivered term one through term four as a continual program with no term-off.


This diploma program would provide students with a greater understanding of business management and operations in a digital world.

In addition to the theory and practical knowledge the students will be well prepared to communicate and write good business correspondence in a digital environment. As an Entrepreneur they would be able to understand and manage the daily requirements from capital finance to capital workforce that would add efficiency to their business operation.

Successful completion of the program will provide Knowledge, Skill and Ability in today’s business world, and would be able to lead, communicate.


The Associate of Arts (AA) degree prepares students for life as an educated person and lays a solid foundation for further study.

This two-year, 60-credit (20 courses) undergraduate program is equivalent to the first two years of a four-year degree in the Arts. It prepares students to transfer to research or teaching universities to complete a bachelor's degree or serves as a credential to enter the labour market. The AA degree is accepted for transfer into bachelor's degree programs at University Canada West (UCW) and all British Columbia degree-granting institutions, provided other admission requirements are met.

At the end of the AA degree, you may transfer into a bachelor's degree program at UCW or any British Columbia degree-granting institution. Alternatively, you may continue in the Associate of Arts degree and complete the program with an additional 30-credit hours of study as per provincial Associate of Arts degree guidelines.