Bachelor of Commerce

Bachelor of Commerce

Graduation Requirements:

In addition to the program requirements listed below, students must also satisfy the Bachelor of Commerce (General) degree requirements, including regulations on first year and subject maximum and breadth requirements. Please refer to the Degree Requirement section for further information.

Program Requirements:

Students will need to achieve a minimum of 60% in the 48 credits presented for the core requirements for the Bachelor of Commerce.

To graduate with a Bachelor of Commerce, students must complete 90 credits, including 48 credits of core requirements as follows:

ACCT 1107 Introductory Financial Accounting II  
ADMN 1607 Business Mathematics  
ECON 1006 Introduction to Microeconomics  
ECON 1007 Introduction to Macroeconomics  
MKTG 1126 Marketing Concepts  
ORGS 1136 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour  
ORGS 1137 Management of Human Resources  
MKTG 2127 Marketing for Managers  
ACCT 2146 Management of Accounting and Control I  
ADMN 2306 Business Ethics  
ADMN 2606 Business Statistics  
ADMN 3046 Operations Management  
ADMN 3056 Economic and Management Decision Making   
FINC 3116 Financial Management I  
TMGT 3856 Information Systems  
ADMN 4606 Business Strategy and Policy I  

Other Program Requirements

Electives   42 cr


Students without any prior background in accounting will be required to take ACCT 1106 Introductory Financial Accounting I, in preparation for ACCT 1107 Introductory Financial Accounting II.

Students are limited to no more than 39 credits of advanced standing from the Canadian Securities Institute/Institute of Canadian Bankers courses. Advanced standing for college business diplomas and CSI/ICB courses combined shall not exceed a total of 45 credits.

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