Undergraduate programs

Whether you choose the bachelor of commerce or the bachelor of commerce (co-operative), our students graduate with the skills and knowledge to be innovative communicators and thinkers. Our graduates demonstrate:

  • Business and social acumen: the professional knowledge, skills and attitudes required to succeed in business;
  • Ethical awareness: the ability to identify and investigate ethical challenges and implement creative solutions;
  • Global perspective: the knowledge to investigate, operate and succeed across borders.

Students may choose the program that best suits their learning styles and career goals:

Bachelor of commerce (B.Comm.):

  • 40 courses (120 credit hours)
  • Flexible course load and delivery
  • Professional development seminars
  • Study abroad opportunities

Bachelor of commerce (co-operative) (B.Comm.(Co-op.)):

  • 45 courses (135 credit hours)
  • Structured and full-time (normally completed in five years)
  • Mandatory work terms (3)
  • Study abroad opportunities

Other program options

Students may choose to pursue a joint degree and earn two academic credentials at the same time.

We offer two other programs that allow students to enhance their business skills and knowledge and earn post-secondary credentials. They are stepping stones in progressing business education, and may be used towards earning a business degree.

  • Diploma in business administration - Designed for individuals who hold full- or part-time employment and wish to complement their work experience with theoretical business training.