BComm and BComm (Honours)
The Haskayne School of Business offers programs leading to the Bachelor of Commerce (BComm or BComm (Honours)) degree.
The BComm (Honours) program provides motivated students with an opportunity for additional research-intensive coursework under the close guidance of Haskayne faculty members. A high standard of academic resiliency and performance combined with a demonstrated interest and commitment to research are required for admission and continuation in the program. The program is especially suited to those considering graduate studies in business upon completion of the degree.
Additionally, the Haskayne School of Business offers combined degree programs (details in 4.2 Combined Degrees).
The Combined Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science (depending on the major), with the Faculty of Arts is available in: Ancient and Medieval History, Anthropology, Archaeology, Communication and Media Studies, Development Studies, East Asian Studies, East Asian Language Studies, Economics, English, Film Studies, French, Geography, German, Greek and Roman Studies, History, International Indigenous Studies, International Relations, Italian Studies, Latin American Studies, Law and Society, Linguistics, Linguistics and Language, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Religious Studies and Applied Ethics, Russian, Sociology, Spanish, Urban Studies and Women's Studies.
A Combined Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Kinesiology (Kinesiology major) is available with the Faculty of Kinesiology.
A Combined Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Science (Actuarial Science or Computer Science major) is available with the Faculty of Science.
The Combined Bachelor of Science (Engineering)/Bachelor of Commerce with the Schulich School of Engineering is available in: Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Geomatics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Software Engineering.
Co-operative Education is an academic program designed to achieve the educational and career goals of many BComm students. Participants take their classroom learning to the job and bring their working knowledge back to the classroom. The experience gives students first-hand knowledge of what business is all about prior to graduation.
The Haskayne School of Business offers a minor program in Management and Society for students registered in other faculties.