Admission Requirements for students who entered the program as first years in 2016/2017 or earlier; as second years in 2017/2018 or earlier; or as third years in 2018/2019 or earlier

Entry into First Year

Applicants from a Secondary School

Effective 2017/2018, students who enter first year will join a modified B.Mgt. program.

Information on procedures, policies, and admission requirements are specified in Admissions.

Entry into Second Year

Applicants from a College or University

Effective 2018/2019, transfer students who enter second year will join a modified B.Mgt. program.

Applicants who have completed a minimum of 27 transferable credits from a recognized post-secondary institution are eligible to be considered for admission to the second year of the B.Mgt. program. These students will be required to complete, or have already completed, ENGL 1121, ECON 101, MATH 100 or MATH 116, STAT 121 or STAT 1242, and PSYO 1113, or their equivalents, with a minimum average of 60%. For information on transfer credit, consult the BC Transfer Guide (BCCAT).

1ENGL 112 can be replaced with 6 credits of any transferable English course(s). A minimum grade of 60% is required for ENGL 112 or the 6 credits of transferable English.

2STAT 121 or STAT 124 can be replaced with any transferable Statistics course.

3PSYO 111 can be replaced with any transferable introductory Psychology, Anthropology, or Sociology course.

Transition from UBC Vantage College

UBC Vantage College students in the Management stream who pass all courses with an average of at least 60% and who achieve at least 60% in WRDS 150 will be eligible for year two of the B.Mgt. degree program.

Students who do not successfully complete the full UBC Vantage College Management stream or who achieve an average lower than 60% in the full program can apply to be reviewed on a case-by-case basis for evidence of academic promise for continued study in Management at UBC.

Entry into Third Year

Effective 2019/2020, transfer students who enter third year will join a modified B.Mgt. program.

Applicants who have completed a minimum of 54 transferable credits, including all required courses (ENGL 1121, ECON 101, MATH 100 or MATH 116, STAT 121 or STAT 1242, and PSYO 1113, or their equivalents, with a minimum average of 60%) from a recognized post-secondary institution are eligible to be considered for admission to the third year of the B.Mgt. program. Students will be exempt from MGMT 100 and will be expected to complete MGMT 200 in their fourth year. For information on transfer credit, consult the BC Transfer Guide (BCCAT).

1ENGL 112 can be replaced with 6 credits of any transferable English course(s). A minimum grade of 60% is required for ENGL 112 or the 6 credits of transferable English.

2STAT 121 or STAT 124 can be replaced with any transferable Statistics course.

3PSYO 111 can be replaced with any transferable introductory Psychology, Anthropology, or Sociology course.

Applicants with a Baccalaureate Degree

Effective 2019/2020, students with a prior baccalaureate degree who enter third year will join a modified B.Mgt. program.

Applicants who have completed a baccalaureate degree from a recognized post-secondary institution are eligible to be considered for admission to the third year of the B.Mgt. program. Students applying in this category are required to complete at least one course in each of Economics, Calculus, Statistics, and Psychology within their baccalaureate degree program. Successful applicants will be expected to complete MGMT 200 in their fourth year. For information on transfer credit, consult the BC Transfer Guide (BCCAT).

Applicants with an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science Degree

Effective 2019/2020, students with a prior Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree who enter third year will join a modified B.Mgt. program.

Applicants who have completed an Associate of Arts or Science degree from a recognized college or university are eligible to be considered for admission to the third year of the B.Mgt. degree program. These students will receive full transfer credit (60 credits) for the work done for their associate degree, and will be exempt from the first- and second-year required courses, excluding MGMT 200. Students applying in this category are required to complete at least one course in each of Economics, Calculus, Statistics, and Psychology within their associate degree program. Successful applicants will be expected to complete MGMT 200 in their fourth year. For information on transfer credit, consult the BC Transfer Guide (BCCAT).

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