Welcome to the School of Business

Business careers are diverse and in-demand: it’s okay to feel wanted. You have a vision for your career in business. It’s exciting. The only thing left to do is set your goals and then crush them! Your path starts here.

 

 

And what better place than here.
Welcome to Sault Ste. Marie.

Discover unique and exciting attractions, events and activities in and around Ontario’s best adventure town. Visit a city that pushes the boundaries outside of expectations.
You will not be bored...we promise. Mountain biking, downhill skiing, walking trails, running trails, skating trails, cross-country skiing, hiking, boating…whewww.

An amazing line-up of programs for you to embark on a career in business.
 

Business - Human Resources  (Ontario College Diploma)

Business - Marketing    (Ontario College Diploma)

Sports Administration  (Ontario College Diploma)

Construction Project Management  (Ontario College Graduate Certificate)

Global Business Management    (Ontario College Graduate Certificate)

Business    (Ontario College Diploma)

Public Relations and Event Management  (Ontario College Graduate Certificate)

Project Management    (Ontario College Graduate Certificate)

Supply Chain Management    (Ontario College Graduate Certificate)

Health Care Administration  (Ontario College Graduate Certificate)

Business Fundamentals  (Ontario College Certificate)

Business - Accounting    (Ontario College Diploma)

Office Administration - Executive (Ontario College Diploma)

 

Your studies don't stop here. We have amazing pathway opportunities.

Sault College actively partners with other colleges and universities to help make your continued studies easier. Sault College students and graduates have the opportunity to use their Sault College credential to gain admission, advanced standing, or reduce their course load through credit transfer at other institutions.  

 

ProgramsUniversityDegreeTypeGrade Req.Transfer Credits
BusinessAlgoma UniversityBachelor of Business Administration2+2*

3.30-3.29 GPA

3.30+
GPA

57  credits

60 credits

BusinessLake Superior State UniversityBachelor of Science Degree - Business Administration2+2*C or better in transfer coursesUp to 89 credits
Business – AccountingAlgoma UniversityBachelor of Business Administration2+2*

3.30-3.29  GPA

3.30+ GPA

57 credits

60 credits

Business – AccountingLake Superior State UniversityBachelor of Science Degree – Business Administration (Accounting-Finance Major)2+2*C or better in transfer coursesUp to 90 credits

 

To learn more about our  pathways, click  here.

 

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Business class discussion.
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Sault College Health Care Administration students listen intently to a lecture in class.
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A Supply Chain Management instructor leads a class discussion in one of the college’s multi media classrooms.
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Public Relations and Event Management students work collaboratively on a group assignment.
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A group of Global Business Management students listen to the instructor’s lecture in class.
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Two Office Administration - Executive students work on their presentation assignment.
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 Accounting student works on her homework assignment in class.
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Business for Trades student ponders a small business proposal.
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Two male business students discussing a project.
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Students discussing at a table
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Two people in front of computer have a conversation
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Male student smiling holding his glasses.
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Business class discussion.
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Sault College Health Care Administration students listen intently to a lecture in class.
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A Supply Chain Management instructor leads a class discussion in one of the college’s multi media classrooms.
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Public Relations and Event Management students work collaboratively on a group assignment.
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A group of Global Business Management students listen to the instructor’s lecture in class.
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Two Office Administration - Executive students work on their presentation assignment.
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 Accounting student works on her homework assignment in class.
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Business for Trades student ponders a small business proposal.
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Two male business students discussing a project.