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Program structure

The McGill BCom is one of the most flexible programs offered today, giving students the opportunity to match their career objectives. All options are highly flexible, allowing students to customize their program.

General Management

Students in General Management acquire a strong business background by completing a minimum of two Concentrations or combining one Concentration with a Minor from another faculty. Choosing this option allows them to diversify their business background and to explore non-Management programs or electives. Here are some of your options:

  • Two Concentrations in Management
  • One Concentration with a Minor in another Faculty

Honours & Majors

Honours and Majors allow students to concentrate in depth on a particular management field in preparation for a career such as investment banking or attaining one of the professional accounting designations: CA (Chartered Accountant), CGA (Certified General Accountant), CMA (Certified Management Accountant). Here are some options:

  • Major or Honours and a Concentration
  • Major or Honours and a Minor in another Faculty

International Management

Major in International Management offers international and interdisciplinary studies. All students in the Major complete the requirements of the International Business Concentration. They choose to pursue social science and humanities courses in one of the following themes: comparative global studies, global politics and economy, or global well-being and development. Students also attain language proficiency and international learning experience through exchange, internship or research work.

Program Length

Candidates coming from the Quebec CEGEP system apply to a three-year program whereas out-of-province and international students follow a four-year program depending on Advanced Standing Credits.