Degree Requirements for students entering the program as first years in 2017/2018 or later; as second years in 2018/2019 or later; or as third years in 2019/2020 or later

The program leading to the B.Mgt. requires a minimum of 120 credits with the following requirements to complete the program:

First Year Credits
Required
ECON 101 3
ECON 102 3
ENGL 112 or ENGL 114; or ENGL 6 credits any level* 3
One of MATH 100, 116 3
MGMT 100 3
MGMT 110 3
PSYO 111 3
One of STAT 121, 124 3
Lower-level2 or Upper-level2 Non-MGMT Electives3 6
Recommended Lower-level Elective choices
ANTH 1001 3
CULT 1001 3
ENGL 1XX1 3
MATH 1421 3
PHIL 1201 3
SOCI 1111 3
PSYO 1211 3
Total First-Year Credits 30
*Three ENGL credits are required; an additional three ENGL credits can be taken to count towards elective credits.
Second Year Credits
MGMT 201 - Introduction to Financial Accounting 3
MGMT 202 - Introduction to Managerial Accounting 3
MGMT 220 - Introduction to Marketing 3
MGMT 230 - Introduction to Organizational Behaviour 3
MGMT 240 - Introduction to Management Communications 3
MGMT 250 - Introduction to Information Technology Management 3
MGMT 260 - Business Conditions Analysis 3
Lower-level2 or Upper-level2 Non-MGMT Electives3 9
Total Second-Year Credits 30
Third Year Term 1 Credits
MGMT 310 - Introduction to Finance 3
MGMT 355 - Operations Management 3
MGMT 380 - Sustainability and Business 3
MGMT 390 - Industry Analysis Project 3
Lower-level2 or Upper-level2 Non-MGMT Electives3 3
Total Third-Year Term 1 Credits 15
Third Year Term 2 and Fourth Year Credits
MGMT 490 - Capstone Service Learning and Consulting4 3
Upper-level2 MGMT Electives1 18
Upper-level2 non MGMT Electives3 or Upper-level2 MGMT Electives1 9
Lower-level2 or Upper-level2 non-MGMT Electives3 15
Total Third-Year Term 2 and Fourth-Year Credits 45
Minimum Credits for Degree 120
1 For current information on MGMT Elective courses, please visit Faculty of Management.
2 Upper-level means 300 and 400 level courses. Lower-level means 100 and 200 level courses.
3 Non-MGMT Electives means any non-MGMT course.
4 Registration for MGMT 490 requires fourth-year standing.

Minors

When choosing elective courses, students should keep in mind that these may contribute to a chosen minor. Minors are declared via the Student Service Center (SSC).

Minor in Computer Science

To complete a Minor in Computer Science, students must accumulate no fewer than 30 credits in Computer Science. At least 18 of these credits must be numbered 300 or above. This may require students to take additional credits of study.

Minor in Cultural Studies

To complete a Minor in Cultural Studies, students must accumulate no fewer than 30 credits in Cultural Studies as specified below. This may require students to take additional credits of study.

  • CULT 100, 101;
  • At least 6 credits of 200-level CULT; and
  • At least 18 credits of 300- or 400-level courses applicable to the Major in Cultural Studies.

Minor in Economics

To complete a Minor in Economics, students must accumulate no fewer than 30 credits in Economics. At least 18 of these credits must be numbered 300 or above. This may require students to take additional credits of study.

Minor in Psychology

To complete a Minor in Psychology, students must accumulate no fewer than 30 credits in Psychology. At least 18 of these credits must be numbered 300 or above. This may require students to take additional credits of study.

Minor in Sociology

To complete a Minor in Sociology, students must accumulate no fewer than 30 credits in Sociology as specified below. This may require students to take additional credits of study.

  • SOCI 111, 121;
  • At least 6 credits of 200-level Sociology (excluding SOCI 202);
  • 18 credits of 300- or 400-level Sociology.

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