See the Academic Calendar for the courses required for programs in Commerce.
Degree audit forms are useful for tracking the courses you have taken.
For a listing of the courses offered this year see the timetable.
- Bachelor of Commerce
- Bachelor of Commerce with honours
- Bachelor of Commerce with honours in economics
- Bachelor of Arts with a major or minor in commerce
- Bachelor of Commerce — Aviation
Bachelor of Commerce
The primary objective of the Commerce program is to explore with students the nature of the business world, and thus help them acquire administrative knowledge and skills. Studies focus on the process of effective problem-solving and decision-making in the business environment through the development of management systems, which combine quantitative analysis and human judgment.
The program is designed to enable students to take courses in a variety of business subject areas (such as management, accounting, finance, marketing) while completing a minor in a non-Commerce discipline.
The Commerce degree is highly flexible, reflecting the diverse business society that students will enter after graduation.
Bachelor of Commerce ― Aviation
There is also the option to do a Bachelor of Commerce ― Aviation. This program is designed for students who wish to combine their aviation training with business studies. As a Commerce student, you will study a variety of business areas such as accounting, finance, marketing, and management ― giving you a strong foundation in the key disciplines of management education.
Transferring to Commerce
If you would like to transfer to Commerce, please refer to the requirements listed in the Academic Calendar.