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During your first year at the School of Business Management, you'll acquire the foundational business knowledge that prepares you to specialize in a major.
In this program you will become well-versed in economic analysis and quantitative skills, which are essential to successful management decision-making in today’s fast-paced, global economy.
The principles and methods of economic analysis are applicable to many types of enterprises, including private sector firms, public utilities, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations. The EMS major is designed to meet the need for professionals with well-developed analytical and model-building skills. The EMS major also prepares you for graduate studies in a variety of business and economic fields.
Business management students must complete a total of 41 credits comprising Required, Required Group or Professional Elective, Professionally-Related and Liberal Studies courses. The curriculum provides you with a general overview of business in society, introduces you to all of the basic business functions, and develops awareness of social, human and economic issues through the introduction of the liberal studies.
The part-time program is offered to accommodate students who intend to take the degree at a slower pace than the full-time day program, due to the demands of daytime employment and/or family obligations. Part-time students fulfil their course requirements primarily in the evenings by enrolling in courses through the G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education for the first six semesters, and through The Ted Rogers School of Business Management evening course offerings for semesters seven and eight. Part-time students are entitled to enroll in a maximum of three courses per semester.
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Bachelor of Commerce
Full time, Part time and Direct Entry
Domestic - $8,880 / Year
International - $25,123 / Year
This program selects students on the basis of academic achievement/grades only. Additional non-academic requirements are not required for admission consideration. Learn more about admission requirements