Navigate the world of business with NIC’s broad curriculum, knowledgeable faculty and work placement opportunities at home and abroad. Then, specialize your skills as you progress through NIC’s wide range of certificate, diploma and degree options.

The NIC Business Advantage

  • Get your Bachelor of Business Administration at NIC
  • Network with North Island business leaders and NIC Business alumni
  • Study abroad and international internship opportunites
  • Earn a double degree in France
  • Complete your first year online

Faculty Profiles

Judith Marriott
Faculty, Department Chair
NIC School of Business

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International Dual Degree Program - Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) + Diplôme International de Technology de l’Université

Co-op Internships

Gain increased confidence, new employment contacts and practical real-world experience locally, on the Island, provincially or internationally.

International Co-op

Combine academic coursework at the beautiful UCR campus with paid, academic training at the Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Florida.

Study Abroad

Earn transferable credit while travelling the world, complete international internships or co-op. Pay NIC tuition and access financial support options.

Dual Credit

Earn university transfer credit while still in high school.

NIC School of Business Newsletter

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Department News

NIC Spotlight: Adventures abroad, Disney and Germany

“I’m a really big advocate for making the world your class room and finding growth in pushing yourself. I’ve learnt that you will never accomplish anything by always being comfortable.” — Georgia Rodgers

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I knew I wanted to go to law school, so I was looking for a degree that provided a lot of versatility. The business degree is so applicable to anything you’d want to do, and I know the skills I developed during my co-ops will help me in my future practice.

Sheldon Falk
NIC Bachelor of Business Administration General Management major graduate and UBC law student