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Every type of organization is looking to employ people with strong business skills

NWCC's business programs give you credentials and expertise needed to get ahead in today's competitive workplace.  Study part-time, full-time, online and in-class. 

Business Administration | Certificate or Diploma
Pursue a career in business and finance. With our one-year certificate or two-year diploma, NWCC helps take you where you want to go. 

Post-Degree Business | Diploma
Expand your career into the world of business.  Support your existing undergraduate degree and acquire skills for business managers and entrepreneurs. 

Applied Business Technology | Certificate
Gain job-ready administrative skills through our flexible online program.  Specialized options in accounting, administration assistant or office assistant.

Entrepreneurship | Certificate
Make your business plan a reality. We will help you develop a marketing and communication strategy to bring your idea to market. You'll also earn 21 transfer credits towards our Business Administration Diploma.

Public Administration | Certificate
Are you working in local and First Nations government and interested in professional development? Our part-time program was designed with your needs in mind.  Gain a broader understanding of government functions in BC and enjoy opportunities to network.

Fall business courses at NWCC

Flexible options and evening courses available.  Register today for fall courses at NWCC.

Introduction to Management | MGMT 150
An introduction to modern functions of management where management theories are explored and their practical applications are examined.

Sept 7 to Dec 14
Thursdays, 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Terrace Campus


Microeconomics ECON 150
This career oriented course uses a practical approach to study the principles of microeconomics.

Sept 6 to Dec 13
Wednesdays, 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Terrace Campus


Business Communications | BENG 150
Develop an expertise in both written and oral skills and the awareness of the protocol used in contemporary business settings.

Sept 11 to Dec 11
Mondays, 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Terrace Campus