ODETTE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Bachelor of Commerce Program for University Graduates
Students may obtain the degree of Bachelor of Commerce following a baccalaureate degree previously completed with a 7.0 (C+) average or better in an area other than Business Administration. Advanced standing may be granted to a maximum of four courses for introductory Business Administration courses provided that such courses were passed with a minimum of C- grade and are beyond the student's initial degree requirements. If the courses were part of the initial degree, the student must substitute for such courses by taking additional courses.)
Applicants to the Bachelor of Commerce Program for University Graduates must have completed at least one university-level mathematics course prior to entry into the program. Applicants who do not present a university mathematics course will be required to take 62-194 (mathematics for Business) as indicated in the Recommended Sequence for this program. Applicants who do not possess a Grade 12“U” or equivalent mathematics course prior to entry to this program will be required to complete a Grade 12“U” mathematics course, or its equivalent, prior to graduation from the program.
Students with degrees from universities outside Canada may be required to complete additional courses.
Total courses: twenty three courses
Major requirements: 70-151, 70-255, 71-100, 71-240, 71-243, 72-270, 72-271, 73-102, 73-213, 73-220, 73-331, 74-231, 75-100, 75-397, 75-498 and 71-300 (Ethics Course - to be developed); plus four additional business courses.
Other requirements: 41-110, 41-111, and 62-194. (Students who have not previously completed these requirements prior to entry into the program, should do so as early as possible to meet the prerequisites for various business courses.)
This program cannot be completed through Distance Education.
Two other Business courses
Two other Business courses. (Consult a faculty advisor).
1)For the purpose of the above recommended sequence, Intersession and Summer Session are treated as one term.
2)The maximum load for students in this program is six courses in each of the Fall and Winter terms and five courses over both Intersession and Summer Session.
BUSINESS: PROFESSIONAL AND CERTIFICATE COURSES
GENERAL UNDERGRADUATE REGULATIONS