Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

Do you want to play a proactive role in making organizations more competitive thanks to innovative IS/IT use? Do you want to graduate bilingual? Laval's BBA specializing in BTM delivers both. There is high demand among Canadian employers for business school graduates with a BTM profile, and there are exciting and high-paying jobs in this field. 

In this program, you will:

  • develop knowledge and skills, hand in hand, necessary for defining a company’s strategic and technology directions.
  • learn to master the approaches and methodologies you need to improve or reinvent the business process. – Process, projects and change
  • learn how IS/IT support the strategies and activities of an organization’s key functions. – Business technology
  • learn to use your knowledge to come up with E-business- and globalization-related solutions. – Business
  • learn to assess and compare different E-business characteristics and related issues. – Technology
  • develop the leadership and skills you need to interact with IT specialists and managers who need advice on choosing IS/IT solutions or applications, and users of highly developed systems. – Personal and interpersonal skills 

The first year of the BBA is dedicated to making you fluent in French while the following three years cover the bachelor of business program. The program’s classes are initially in English, then in French.

Laval boasts a tradition of excellence in its academic programs and major breakthroughs in its research activities. The Faculty of Business Administration (FSA) was founded in 1924 and has partnerships with more than 80 well-known business schools and universities around the world.

Live and study in historic Quebec City

Aerial view of Laval University in Quebec

Combining the delight of nature just minutes from town with the trendy excitement of urban life, Quebec City is unique. The city stretches out from the shores of the St. Lawrence, one of the great rivers of the world. Its Old Town (Vieux-Québec) is the only fortified city north of Mexico, with 2.5 miles of walls still surrounding it. UNESCO declared the “Historic District of Old Quebec” a World Heritage Site in 1985.

Quebec City is Canada’s gem, boasting a rich cultural life without the hassles of a large city. It offers world-class sports, cultural and artistic events in one of the safest and most pleasant settings in the world.