About Saskatoon Business College
In June 1907 Saskatoon Business College (SBC) was founded by Mr. E. A. Marshall. For many decades the college served as a major source of post-secondary business education for Saskatchewan students; its two primary subject areas were secretarial arts and accounting. Its linkage to a national association gave it continuity in curricula and evaluation; thus, SBC established the standard of quality in business education.
The Chapman family assumed ownership in 1951. In 1960 SBC moved physically from its Second Avenue home to Third Avenue across from City Hall where today it occupies over 25,000 square feet in three interconnected buildings. The college now boasts a Corporate Training Division which employs two full-time staff members.
Today SBC remains true to its roots, striving for excellence in literacy and numeracy as well as maintaining state-of-the-art computer technology and placing a high standard on instructor qualifications.
In addition, to employing many talented and richly experienced instructors the quality of its graduates has given SBC an excellent reputation.
SBC is accredited by the Canadian Education & Training Accreditation Commission (CETAC) and proudly is one of a select number of career colleges in Canada to receive "full Accreditation status." CETAC is an in-depth measurement of a colleges policies and procedures.
Programs at Saskatoon Business College
221 Third Avenue North Saskatoon SKS7K2H7