Office of the Registrar
Faculty of Business Administration (2008/2009)
9.5 Commerce Concentrations

A student may choose to follow a general degree program, or to concentrate in one of the areas outlined below. In either case, students must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours in Business electives. A concentration provides the student with the opportunity of broadening knowledge and understanding of one of the following areas. Particular attention should be paid to necessary prerequisites when scheduling courses.

9.5.1 Accounting

Students electing an Accounting concentration should complete the following courses:

  1. Business 3101, Business 5160, Business 6100, and Business 6110

  2. and any five of the following: Business 5000, Business 5500, Business 6120, Business 6130, Business 7110, Business 7120, Business 7150, or Business 7160 . Those students intending to pursue the C.A., C.M.A., or C.G.A. designations should consult the appropriate body to determine those courses which would be most beneficial to them.

9.5.2 Marketing

Students electing a Marketing concentration should complete the following courses:

  1. Statistics 2501, Business 5200, Business 6200, and Business 7230

  2. and any five of the following: Business 6210, Business 6220, Business 6230, Business 7210, Business 7240, or Business 7250

9.5.3 Human Resources and Labour Relations

Students electing the Human Resources and Labour Relations concentration should complete the following courses:

  1. Business 6310, Business 6320, Business 7310, Business 7322, Business 7330, and Economics 3360

  2. and any two of the following: Business 6301, Business 7320, or Business 7321

9.5.4 Finance

Students electing a Finance concentration should complete the following courses:

  1. Business 5500, Business 6120, Business 6510, Business 6550, Business 7500, and Business 7510

  2. and any three of the following courses : Mathematics 2090, Economics 3000, Economics 3010, Economics 3030, Economics 4025, Economics 4026, Business 5530, Business 6100, Business 6110, or Business 7150

9.5.5 Small Business/Entrepreneurship

Students electing a Small Business/Entrepreneurship concentration should complete the following courses:

  1. Business 5600, Business 6200, Business 6600, Business 6610, Business 7600, Business 7610, and one of Philosophy 2800-2810

  2. and any two of the following: Business 6120, Business 7210, or Business 7240

9.5.6 Information Systems

Students electing an Information Systems concentration should complete the following courses:

  1. Business 5700, Business 5701, Business 6700, Business 6701, Business 7700, and Business 7701

  2. and any three of the following: Business 5401, Business 7400, Computer Science 2710, Computer Science 2711, Computer Science 2752, or Computer Science 3710

9.5.7 Management Science

Students electing a Management Science concentration should complete the following five courses: