Potential occupations

Universities studies lead to multiple occupations. Furthermore, certain professions require talent, special aptitudes, additional skills and experience beyond degrees themselves.

In order to list your choices, visit the Job Bank Canada website and, using the National Occupational Classification (NOC) codes, view job postings, wages, employment prospects and other important information that can help you make a decision. The occupations found below are examples derived from the National Occupational Classification.

Occupations related to this program

Business development officers and marketing researchers and consultants

  • Economic development consultant

Government managers economic analysis, policy development and program administration

  • Business development director
  • Economic development director
  • Tourism development manager

Assessors, valuators and appraisers

  • Business valuator
  • Chartered business valuator (CBA)
  • Property valuator
  • Real estate analyst

Purchasing agents and officers

  • Buyer
  • Contract negotiator
  • Purchasing contracts analyst

Program officers unique to government

Facility operation and maintenance managers

  • Building services manager
  • Cemetery manager
  • Port director
  • Sports facility manager

Professional occupations in business management consulting

  • Business consultant
  • Management consultant

Senior manager financial, communications and other business services

Senior manager health, education, social and community services and membership associations

Senior manager trade, broadcasting and other services, n.e.c.

Senior manager construction, transportation, production and utilities

College and other vocational instructors

  • Business administration teacher, college

Volunteer opportunities

In addition to providing an opportunity to apply theories and knowledge learned during your university studies outside the classroom, in real world situations, volunteering is a way to help the community and its many organizations. Community engagement services help students to contribute to their community by participating in projects that are related to their program of study.

Potential employers

The following examples of employers can offer internships or employment opportunities related to students program of studies. It is also useful to browse potential employers website to learn about the culture, read job postings and keep up to date with the latest development.

  • Bell
  • Centre d`analyse des opérations et déclarations financières du Canada - CANAFE
  • Export Development Canada - EDC
  • Global Affairs Canada
  • Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
  • Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada
  • Ottawa Convention Centre
  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police RCMP
  • Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat 
  • Canadian Tire
  • CIBC
  • Dytrem
  • George Weston Ltd.
  • HR Associates
  • Microsoft Canada
  • Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation - OLG 
  • Primaris REIT
  • Royal Bank of Canada RBC 
  • Rogers
  • Scotiabank
  • Phelps Group
  • Welch
  • Alimentation Couche-Tard
  • Blinds To Go
  • Bombardier
  • Desjardins
  • Québec City Convention Centre
  • Videotron
  • Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. 
  • BC Public Service
  • Blizzard Entertainment
  • The Dufresne Group
  • Interis
  • IG Wealth Management
  • Suncor Energy

Professional organizations

Professional organizations provide essential information on professional development opportunities and networking activities, the examples can also provide access to publications and job opportunities. They are a great source of information.

  • Canadian Institute of Management - CIM
  • Canadian Society of Association Executives - CSAE
  • Canadian Society of Professional Event Planners - CANSPEP
  • Canadian Tax Foundation
  • Certified Management Consultants Canada
  • Supply Chain Management Association
  • Ordre des administrateurs agréés du Québec

Date modified : 2023-11-22