Business Career Passport

Career Passport

Business Career Passport (BCP) is a mandatory program for Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) major students to kick-start their career.

  • Students admitted to the BBA major in and after Fall (September) 2017 are required to complete a series of six workshops within 12 months of admission to the Beedie School of Business.
  • Students admitted to the BBA major between Fall (September) 2012 – Summer (August) 2017 must complete the program prior to graduation.

BCP is graded on a complete/incomplete basis. To receive the complete credit for each of the workshops students are required to:

  1. Sign-up for the workshops on Beedie Community under events.
  2. Complete BCP SFU Canvas Online components of the workshop
  3. Attend the in-person workshop on campus
  4. Complete an online deliverable post-workshop

Once the complete credit is awarded, the credit will appear on the SFU transcript.

Starting Fall 2017 students taking BUS 201 Introduction to Business can complete 3 of the workshops as part of the BUS 201 course component. Students will need to sign-up and complete the remainder of the workshops through Beedie Community outside of class time. Workshops completed through BUS 201 include: Self-Assessment & Finding Your Fit, Job Search Strategies & Career Management, and Competitive Cover Letters.

Starting Fall 2017 students taking BUS 202 Foundations for Collaborative Work Environments can complete 1 of the workshops as part of the BUS 202 course component. Students will need to sign-up and complete the remainder of the workshops through Beedie Community outside of class time. Workshop completed through BUS 202 is Self-Assessment & Finding Your Fit.


Business Career Passport (BCP) Appeals Process

If you cannot complete the Business Career Passport requirements in the given timeframe, you will need to submit your appeal to the SFU Beedie School of Business Career Management Centre for consideration.

Basis of an Appeal Include:

  • Medical – when a student suffered a medical condition that has affected their ability to participate and complete the BCP requirements.
  • Compassionate – when a student has suffered a traumatic experience, such as death in the family that has adversely affected their ability to participate.
  • Physically not in the lower mainland – when a student cannot attend the in-person workshop because they are not present in the city to attend the workshop(s).
  • Other extenuating circumstances may be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Appeals Not Considered:

Submission of Appeal:

  • Appeal letter
    • Statement of the situation or event explaining why you are requesting the appeal (under 200 words).
  • Supporting documentation (i.e. medical note, flight ticket including associated dates of travel).

Submit appeal package either by email or in-person to:
SFU Beedie School of Business, Career Management Centre
Burnaby Campus: West Mall Complex 2395
Email: bbacareers@sfu.ca



Questions?

Contact us at the SFU Beedie Career Management Centre
Email: bbacareers@sfu.ca
Phone: 778.782.9471

IMPORTANT DATES

SEPT

17

Tuition and student fees due

SEPT

17

Last Day to drop a course with no notation on transcript (after this students receive a WD)

OCT

5

Convocation

OCT

8

Last day to drop a course (students will receive a WD)

OCT

8

Thanksgiving