Faculty of Business Administration
The Faculty of Business Administration offers two undergraduate degree programs, the bachelor of commerce and the bachelor of commerce (co-operative). These programs are designed to produce business professionals who excel in the dynamic world of business and to help students graduate with the skills and knowledge to be innovative communicators and thinkers.
When students graduate from Memorial with a business degree, they are prepared to compete and succeed anywhere in the world. Just ask business alumni who hold key positions in provincial, national and international organizations who are applying their leadership, knowledge and skills to help create an economically prosperous tomorrow.
The teaching and learning opportunities offered at Memorial take you outside of the classroom, beyond the borders of our province and into a global community of business leaders. At the Faculty of Business Administration, you begin as a student but become a leader.
- Bachelor of commerce
- Bachelor of commerce (co-operative)
- Joint bachelor of arts and bachelor of commerce (co-operative)
- Joint bachelor of music and bachelor of commerce
Why study business at Memorial?
Memorial’s Faculty of Business Administration is a recognized leader in Canadian business education, offering innovative programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. All degree programs are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). In 2002, Memorial’s St. John’s campus became the first business faculty in Atlantic Canada to earn AACSB International accreditation. This is the highest distinction a business school anywhere in the world can receive.
You can avail of various study abroad opportunities by taking advantage of exchange programs at more than 40 worldwide partners, or by participating in a group study abroad program at Memorial's Harlow Campus in England. Our bachelor of commerce co-operative program has a work term placement rate of 100 per cent. Students also enjoy the benefit of small class sizes, one-on-one interaction with instructors, and modern learning facilities such as the White Trading Lab, a state-of-the-art management facility equipped with Bloomberg terminals.