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University of Calgary Calendar 2020-2021 Faculty of Kinesiology 4. Program Details 4.2 Specific Program Requirements 4.2.8 Combined BComm/BKin (Kinesiology) Program
4.2.8 Combined BComm/BKin (Kinesiology) Program

No major other than the Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) will be considered by Haskayne School of Business.

The Faculty of Kinesiology with the Haskayne School of Business offers a five-year combined Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Kinesiology (Kinesiology) degree program. The program requires careful selection of courses to complete all requirements of the two Faculties. Interested students are urged to contact the Advising Offices of the two faculties for advice in choosing their first-year courses.


Applicants to the BComm/BKin program must satisfy the admission requirements of both Faculties. Students are strongly advised to enter the combined program directly in first year. Students may apply for combined degree admission in a subsequent year, upon successful completion of a prescribed set of pre-commerce requirements (see section 4.1.2 in the Haskayne School of Business section of this Calendar).

At the point of admission to the combined degree program, students will be administered by the Haskayne School of Business, which is a quota restricted faculty. Therefore, admission and program requirements for the BComm program also apply to students pursuing the combined degree program.


Once accepted to the combined program, students may elect to remain in it or submit a Change of Program request to remain in either of the two separate degree programs, understanding that the requirements of each Faculty must be met. Failure to meet requirements will result in a student being required to withdraw from the combined or separate programs.

Students must satisfy the graduation requirements of both Faculties (see section 4.1.4 in the Haskayne School of Business section of this Calendar).