Indigenous Bachelor of Administration and Governance

Provides skills training for students entering the fields of business management, administration, banking, economic and human resource development, First Nations government, and computer business applications.

Program Details

The Indigenous Bachelor of Administration and Governance program (formerly Management Studies) focuses on the fields of business management, administration, First Nations government, and computer business applications. The program is a response to the education and training needs of First Nations and Aboriginal individuals who are directly engaged in the tasks of creating and strengthening the mechanisms essential to manage government and establish an economic base fundamental to the survival of their communities. Students who apply to this program with either the Yellowhead Tribal College Indigenous Administration Diploma (or approved equivalent) or Indigenous Governance Certificate will receive advanced credit. 


This is a three year (93 credit) program comprised of courses from Yellowhead Tribal College's Indigenous Administration Diploma and Indigenous Governance Certificates.

Admission requirements

Alberta High School Diploma with 65% in Math 30, and a 30 level English.

University or College course credits can be accepted as equivalent to a high school diploma. 

Or Mature Student Status: Age 21 and over and skills appraisal test in Math and English. 

Courses offered in Indigenous Bachelor of Administration and Governance program