Bachelor of Business Administration
for Agriculture Management
The BBA for Agriculture Management provides individuals with the ability to
leverage their prior learning (Agriculture Technology diploma) and to augment
prior learning with the fundamentals of business management theories and
practices. Students will be required to successfully complete the bridging
courses prior to beginning Semester V.
Completion of the UFV Agriculture Technology diploma with a minimum grade point
average of 2.67 (B- average) or a comparable two-year diploma
in agriculture from a recognized post-secondary institution will be assessed on
an individual basis.
Two years work experience.
Applicants must meet the Degree/diploma level English language proficiency requirement. For details on how this requirement may be met, see the English language proficiency requirement section of the calendar.
Note: Students who complete these requirements will be admitted
conditional upon completion of the bridging courses.
Additional documents required for a complete application:
Official transcripts (or interim transcripts) from all post-secondary
institutions attended showing grade/course achievement as per entrance
requirements. To be considered official, transcripts must be sent directly to UFV from the originating institution; see the Transfer Credit section for details.
Résumé or other documentation showing two years of work experience.
Applicants will be advised of an admission decision and, if accepted, will be provided with registration information. A deposit is required prior to registration (see the Fees and Other Costs section) and will be applied toward tuition fees.
The Bachelor of Business Administration for Agriculture Management program can be completed in four years of full-time study, with students taking 10 courses per calendar year.
The program is located at the Abbotsford campus and the Chilliwack campus at the Canada Education Park.
Statistics and Mathematical Methods for Business (discontinued)
Introduction to Finance
Note: Students must successfully complete the bridging courses
prior to beginning Semester V.
BUS 226/ ECON 226
Economic and Business Statistics
Financial Statement Analysis
Business Marketing Management
BUS 349/ ECON 349
Economics (see Note)
Note: Students should check that they meet the prerequisites for
Managing in the Digital World
in Biology (Global Sustainability)
An additional upper-level BUS course
elective, selected from list below
BIO 410/ GEOG 410
in Biology (Equine Science topic)
ECON 361/ GEOG 361
approved upper-level elective (contact the Business department for