Bachelor of commerce (Co-operative) (B.Comm.(Co-op.))
Combine exciting classroom learning and real-world business experience with Memorial’s bachelor of commerce (co-operative) (B.Comm.(Co-op.)). Students alternate academic semesters with work placements in industry, applying classroom studies to real-world settings and developing practical skills for today’s business environment.
- Common first year (Business One) for all undergraduates
- 45 courses (135 credit hours)
- Structured and full-time (normally completed in five years)
- Work terms (We have a 100 per cent placement rate for work terms!)
- Professional development
- Study abroad and experiential learning opportunities
- Experiential learning opportunities
- Study abroad options
- Options to focus your studies
Our B.Comm.(Co-op.) was the first business degree in Canada to be accredited by Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning (CEWIL).
Ready to apply?
To join our B.Comm.(Co-op.) program, you must first be enrolled in Business One. Listen to Jake, a business student, as he guides you through the application process for Business One.
Students can apply for entry into the B.Comm.(Co-op.) after completing Business One. A minimum entrance average of 65 per cent is required.
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Embedded professional development
Students will complete three non-credit, professional development seminars. These seminars, delivered in partnership with Gardiner Centre, complement academic programming and help prepare students to succeed in the workforce.
B.Comm.(Co-op.) students will also complete BUSI 300W: Business Co-operative Education Professional Development Seminars, which are specific to work term preparation.
- Check out our academic advising page for information on program planning.
- Click here to download a B.Comm.(Co-op.) program planning worksheet.
- Reach out to our team in the Academic Programs Office with your questions by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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