We offer two undergraduate degrees: the bachelor of commerce (B.Comm.) and the bachelor of commerce (co-operative) (B.Comm.(Co-op.)). Both programs are selective and competitive.
All undergraduate business students complete a common first year called Business One, after which they must apply for entry into either the B.Comm. or the B.Comm.(Co-op.).
Both programs require a minimum entrance average of 65 per cent.
Embedded professional development
To give our students a competitive edge, they complete a series of exciting non-credit, professional development seminars. Topics include: professionalism, job searches, career development and individual skill development. These seminars are offered in partnership with Gardiner Centre and noted on transcripts.
Students may focus their studies on areas of business in which they have an interest.
Academic advising guides students to select courses that develop a focus and provide pathways to professional designations.