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Customize your BCom program

Students acquire a solid disciplinary business foundation with a flexible and interdisciplinary curriculum, allowing them to design and personalize their education without compromising the fundamentals of comprehensive management training.

Flexible curriculum

The BCom Program’s highly flexible curriculum balances breadth and depth in management education. Students can choose to take a major or concentration in a specific management discipline, such as finance or marketing in order to acquire depth of applied knowledge. At the same time, the program encourages and requires breadth by allowing multiple concentrations, free electives and minors outside of the Faculty.

Core Curriculum Concentrations Majors Honours Minors

U0 program | Non-management elective suggestions | Restricted electives

Areas of Study

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BCom Majors, Concentrations & Honours Programs

Accounting | Business Analytics | Economics | Entrepreneurship | Finance | Information Technology Management| International Management | Labour Managment Relations and Human Resources | Managing for Sustainability | Marketing | Mathematics | Operations Management | Organizational Behaviour | Retail Management | Strategic Management

BCom Minors

The Minor programs offered in the Faculties of Arts and Science may be taken in conjunction with any BCom program.

Minors for non-management students

The Faculty of Management offers a Minor (for non-management students) that allow McGill undergraduates to develop a variety of managerial skills. Certain Faculties at McGill are collaborating with the Desautels Faculty of Management to offer Minors in Entrepreneurship for undergraduate students within these faculties.

Study Abroad Opportunities

Students are encouraged to study abroad at a partner institution or take part in an independent study away.

BCom Student Affairs Office

BCom Student Affairs Office

Providing students with ongoing advice and guidance on all aspects of the BCom program.

Student advisors help students make informed decisions.

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