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University of Calgary Calendar 2023-2024 Faculty of Science 4. Program Details 4.5 Mathematics and Statistics 4.5.7 Combined BComm (Business)/BSc (Actuarial Science or Mathematics) Program
4.5.7 Combined BComm (Business)/BSc (Actuarial Science or Mathematics) Program

Students must meet the program requirements, as outlined in the regulations for each Faculty, with the following exceptions.

In these combined degrees, Statistics 321 and 323 replace Statistics 213 and 217, respectively, which are required in the Bachelor of Commerce program. Normally, courses taken to satisfy the Bachelor of Science (Actuarial Science) or Bachelor of Science (Mathematics) programs in the combined degree may be used, respective of level, to satisfy some or all of the non-commerce breadth requirements in the Bachelor of Commerce program. It is recommended that students consult with advisors in the Haskayne Undergraduate Programs Office and the Undergraduate Science Centre.