Business Administration provides programs designed to assist individuals and communities to meet the leadership and management challenges of business and Aboriginal self-sufficiency and self-government. Students will be:
• equipped with a combination of general organizational knowledge, and specific technical analytical and management skills;
• encouraged to develop a management style consistent with traditional and/or current Aboriginal values, beliefs, cultures and customs;
• enriched with the practical knowledge that comes from working in Aboriginal organizations; and
• qualified to transfer certain courses into advanced studies of management and business in a variety of university degree programs.
Available to a second year student enrolled in the Animal Health Technology program. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and the applicant must submit one of the following:a) a case write up documenting the benefits of using a premium wellness diet (Prescription Diet or Science Diet) in a healthy pet; or b) a clinical case write up documenting the benefits of nutritional intervention in the management of a disease process using Hill's Prescription Diet; or c) a copy of the certificate indicating the completion of Hill's Veterinary Nutritional Advocate which is an on-line self study course in nutrition, practice management and teamwork.
Awarded to a student, or potential student, with an identified learning, physical, or mental disability. A disability is a functional limitation resulting from a physical, sensory, or mental impairment, which, for an indefinite period, affects the ability of the student to perform the activities necessary to participate fully in post-secondary learning.
Applicants must have expressed significant determination to commence studies at AU but be in such desperate financial privation, that investing in personal education is monetarily impossible, as confirmed by the ASD Office.