Fire & Emergency Services

Bachelor of Applied Business in Emergency Services - Tuition & Fees

CAMPUS:Vermilion Campus
ACCREDITATION:Applied Degree
Fees are paid by semester, so your first semester is approximately $2,525.

The table shows total estimated costs. Your costs may be higher if you seek a transfer credit or advanced standing for courses that you've already taken.

One-time application fee
 $90
Online fee1
$500
Orientation + BES341-1 Interpersonal Communications
 $500
BES362 Emergency Preparedness & Response - onsite in Vermilion
 $1,425
All other modules 23 X $305
 $7,015
Directed Practicum Projects ($1,265 for each)
 $2,530
Estimated Total Program Fee Costs
 $12,060
Estimated Textbook Costs
$1,000
1 The online resource fee is a one-time fee assessed at the beginning of your first semester. It gives you access to an integrated online MBA level business database and all content within the learning management system.

Other notes:
  • If you want transfer credit or advanced credit for a particular course,  there is a $305 advanced credit evaluation fee per course. This fee is non-refundable even if advanced standing is not awarded. Courses can't be evaluated until after you enter the program. The fee doesn't apply if Lakeland College has a transfer agreement with the particular institution.
  • The total fees don't include textbook costs.
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Textbook List for BAppB:ES
Module 1 – BES 341-1 Interpersonal Communication
Beebe S.A. et al. Interpersonal Communication: Relating to Others. (2015), 6th Cdn. Ed. Toronto: Pearson.
Langton, N., Robbins S.P., & Judge, T.A. Organizational Behaviour: Concepts, Controversies, and Applications. (2016). (7th Cdn. Ed.) Toronto: Pearson.
Robbins, S. P., Coulter, M., Leach, E., & Kilfoil, M. Management. (2016) (11th Cdn. Ed) Toronto: Pearson.

Module 2 – BES 370-2 Organizational Behaviour
Langton, N., Robbins S.P., & Judge, T.A. Organizational Behaviour: Concepts, Controversies, and Applications. (2016). (7th Cdn. Ed.) Toronto: Pearson.

Module 3 - BES 341-2 Crisis Communications
DiSanza, J.R. & Legge, N.J. Business and Professional Communication: Plans Processes and Performance. (2017). (6th Cdn). Ed.

Module 4 – BES 355-1 Emergency Services Management
Robbins, S. P., Coulter, M., Leach, E., & Kilfoil, M. Management. (2016) (11th Cdn. Ed) Toronto: Pearson.

Module 5 – BES 344-1 HR Managment for Emergency Services
Dessler, G., Chhinzer, N., and Cole, N. D. Management of Human Resources: The Essentials. (2015). (4th Cdn. Ed.). Toronto: Pearson Prentice Hall.

Module 6 – BES 370-3 Team Leadership & Development
Robbins, S. P., Coulter, M., Leach, E., & Kilfoil, M. Management. (2016) (11th Cdn. Ed) Toronto: Pearson.
Langton, N., Robbins S.P., & Judge, T.A. Organizational Behaviour: Concepts, Controversies, and Applications. (2016). (7th Cdn. Ed.) Toronto: Pearson.

Module 7 – BES 340-1 Accounting Principles
Horngren, C.T. et al (2017). Accounting, Vol I. (10th Cdn. Ed.). Toronto: Pearson-Prentice Hall.

Module 8 – BES 340-2 Financial Statement Analysis
Horngren, C.T. et al (2017). Accounting, Vol I. (10th Cdn. Ed.). Toronto: Pearson-Prentice Hall.
Horngren, C.T. et al (2017). Accounting, Vol II. (10th Cdn. Ed.). Toronto: Pearson-Prentice Hall.

Module 9 – BES 340-3 Capital Budgeting
Horngren, C.T. et al (2017). Accounting, Vol II. (10th Cdn. Ed.). Toronto: Pearson-Prentice Hall.
Braun, K. W., et al (2018). Managerial Accounting. (3rd Cdn. Ed.). Toronto: Pearson.

Module 10 – BES 330-1 Statistics for Administrators
Readings supplied in course module.

Module 11 – BES 356-1 Strategic Business Planning
Dessler, G., Chhinzer, N., and Cole, N. D. (2015). Management of Human Resources: The Essentials. (4th Cdn. Ed.). Toronto: Pearson Prentice Hall.
Robbins, S. P., Coulter, M., Leach, E., & Kilfoil, M. Management. (2016) (11th Cdn. Ed) Toronto: Pearson.

Module 12 – BES 356-2 Resource Management

Robbins, S. P., Coulter, M., Leach, E., & Kilfoil, M. Management. (2016) (11th Cdn. Ed) Toronto: Pearson.

Module 13 – BES 362 Emergency Preparedness and Response (on-site in Vermilion AB)
Course materials will be provided on-site.

Module 14 – BES 355-2 Emergency Services Administration Planning & Policy
Dessler, G., Chhinzer, N., and Cole, N. D. (2015). Management of Human Resources: The Essentials. (4th Cdn. Ed.). Toronto: Pearson Prentice Hall.
Robbins, S. P., Coulter, M., Leach, E., & Kilfoil, M. Management. (2016) (11th Cdn. Ed) Toronto: Pearson.
Langton, N., Robbins S.P., & Judge, T.A. Organizational Behaviour: Concepts, Controversies, and Applications. (2016). (7th Cdn. Ed.) Toronto: Pearson.

Module 15 – BES 301-3 OH&S Program Development & Organization
Readings supplied in course module.

Module 16 – BES 370-1 Performance Management & Coaching
Langton, N., Robbins S.P., & Judge, T.A. Organizational Behaviour: Concepts, Controversies, and Applications. (2016). (7th Cdn. Ed.) Toronto: Pearson.

Module 17 – BES 325-1 Ethics for Emergency Services Managers
Langton, N., Robbins S.P., & Judge, T.A. Organizational Behaviour: Concepts, Controversies, and Applications. (2016). (7th Cdn. Ed.) Toronto: Pearson.
Robbins, S. P., Coulter, M., Leach, E., & Kilfoil, M. Management. (2016) (11th Cdn. Ed) Toronto: Pearson.
Textbook Cover Pages
Beebe S.A. et al. Interpersonal Communication: Relating to Others. (2015), 6th Cdn. Ed. Toronto: Pearson
Interpersonal Communication textbook
Langton, N., Robbins S.P., & Judge, T.A. Organizational Behaviour: Concepts, Controversies, and Applications. (2016). (7th Cdn. Ed.) Toronto: Pearson
Organizational behavior textbook
Robbins, S. P., Coulter, M., Leach, E., & Kilfoil, M. Management. (2016) (11th Cdn. Ed) Toronto: Pearson
Management textook
DiSanza, J.R. & Legge, N.J. Business and Professional Communication: Plans Processes and Performance. (2017). (6th Cdn). Ed.
Business and professional communication textbook
Dessler, G., Chhinzer, N., and Cole, N. D. Management of Human Resources: The Essentials. (2015). (4th Cdn. Ed.). Toronto: Pearson Prentice Hall
Management of human resources textbook
Horngren, C.T. et al (2017). Accounting, Vol I. (10th Cdn. Ed.). Toronto: Pearson-Prentice Hall
accounting textbook
Horngren, C.T. et al (2017). Accounting, Vol II. (10th Cdn. Ed.). Toronto: Pearson-Prentice Hall
accounting II textbook
Braun, K. W., et al (2018).  Managerial Accounting.  (3rd Cdn. Ed.). Toronto: Pearson
managerial accounting textbook
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