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Overview
Co-op & internships/Facilities
Classes
Admissions requirements


Your Classes


What you’ll take:

  • COMMERCE 1GR0 A/B – DeGroote Student Experience and Development I
  • COMMERCE 1AA3 – Introductory Financial Accounting
  • COMMERCE 1BA3 – Organizational Behaviour
  • COMMERCE 1DA3 – Business Data Analytics
  • COMMERCE 1E03 – Business Environment and Organization
  • COMMERCE 1MA3 – Introduction to Marketing
  • ECON 1BB3 – Introductory Macroeconomics
  • ECON 1BX3 – Introductory Microeconomics for Business Students
  • MATH 1M03 – Calculus for Business, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • 6 Units non-Commerce electives

Learn more about your Business I requirements here.

After your first year, you will specialize in one of the following disciplines:

Accounting: a balanced and integrated view of all areas of accounting including management and cost accounting as well as auditing, taxation and the preparation and analysis of financial statements.

Finance: covers both the theory and practice of business finance. You will be exposed to various financial instruments and institutions, various types of options and futures, money market instruments, international currency, corporate valuation and over-the-counter securities.

Human Resource Management: provides opportunities for intensive study of the fundamental and current issues in human capital management and labour relations. You will acquire specific skills in personnel recruitment, selection and training, compensation administration, collective bargaining, dispute settlement, and organizational development.

Information Systems: the knowledge and expertise needed to acquire, design, develop and manage information systems, services and technology. You will acquire analytical techniques that will be vital to the success of knowledge-based organizations.

Marketing: a thorough understanding of the current theory and practices of business and consumer marketing. You will be exposed to pricing, advertising, distribution, promotion, sales, business development, consumer behaviour, new product development and much more.

Operations Management: You will acquire skills on how to manage and design service and manufacturing operations. Focusing on operations management provides you with training in subjects such as supply chain management, quality management, transportation and purchasing. Selected operations courses would also make it easy for you to obtain SAP certifications and the Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) designation.

For a full list of courses that can be available in this program, please consult the academic calendar.


Admissions