Pre-2022 undergraduate programs
Prior to Fall 2022, we offered two undergraduate degree programs, two joint degree options, a certificate and a diploma.
- Bachelor of commerce (co-operative) (B.Comm.(Co-op.))
- Bachelor of business administration (BBA)
- Joint degrees: B.Comm.(Co-op.) and bachelor of arts (BA)
- Joint degrees: bachelor of music (B.Mus.) and BBA
- Certificate in business administration
- Diploma in business administration
Students enrolled in these programs are not affected by the introduction of new undergraduate programs. Students may contact the Academic Programs Office at firstname.lastname@example.org if you require more information or visit our Academic Advising page.
Core and elective courses are numbered from BUSI 1000-5999. Special topics courses are in the BUSI 6000-6029 and 6041-6060 ranges.
Why are the changes necessary?
The world of business is dynamic. It changes rapidly and business professionals must be prepared to adapt to new technologies, processes and cultures. So too do the needs of students change. As such, business schools must be adaptable to meet eFrequently asked questionsvolving needs of both business and students.
Our undergraduate programs were last updated in 2010. Over the past two years, we completed a rigorous review that included surveys with students and alumni, literature reviews, market scans and stakeholder consultations. We also completed Memorial’s academic unit planning process and the continuous improvement review required for our international accreditation.
The goal was to ensure our business programs remain relevant, high quality and produce graduates who are innovative communicators and thinkers, and who possess business and social acumen, ethical awareness and global perspective.
Our international accrediting body is the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). We believe these changes will help us to continue meeting AACSB’s international standards for continuous improvement, learner success and effective curriculum management. Reviewing and redesigning curricula is also an important means of achieving our strategic priorities.