Management

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Today's business graduates must be critical thinkers on an international scale to make insightful decisions across multiple disciplines. McGill’s Desautels Faculty of Management is among the most international of today's leading business schools, drawing students and faculty...
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About Desautels Faculty of Management For over a century, the Desautels Faculty of Management has been among the world’s top international business schools. The Faculty is home to 10 research centres, four unique executive development programs, and 11 academic programs...
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History of the Desautels Faculty of Management Management education began at McGill University in 1906. The department of Commerce was first established within the Faculty of Arts, offering commercial courses to train people as accountants, clerks, and the like. In 1912...
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Facilities Management courses are mostly taught in the Samuel Bronfman Building. The seven-floor building is located at 1001 Sherbrooke Street West, on the south-west corner of McGill’s downtown main campus. The building is adjacent to McGill’s Bookstore, McLennan, and...
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Today's business graduates must be critical thinkers on an international scale to make insightful decisions across multiple disciplines. McGill’s Desautels Faculty of Management is among the most international of today's leading business schools, drawing students and faculty...
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About the Desautels Faculty of Management (Undergraduate) For over a century, the Desautels Faculty of Management has been among the world’s top international business schools. The Faculty is home to 10 research centres, four unique executive development programs, and...
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Location Samuel Bronfman Building 1001 Sherbrooke Street West Montreal, Quebec H3A 1G5 Canada Telephone: 514-398-4068 Faculty website: www.mcgill.ca/desautels Degree website: www.mcgill.ca/desautels/bcom...
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Administrative Officers Dean Peter Todd; B.Com.(McG.), Ph.D.(Br. Col.) Associate Dean, Student Affairs Robert Hebdon; B.A., M.A., Ph.D.(Tor.) Director, BCom Program Glenn Zabowski; B.Com., M.B.A.(McG.)...
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The Bachelor of Commerce Program Internationally acclaimed for its high academic standards and excellence in teaching/research, and widely recognized as Canada's leading international business school, McGill University consistently attracts top students and...
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BCom Student Affairs Office The BCom Student Affairs Office provides ongoing advice and guidance on programs and prerequisites, degree requirements, majors, minors and concentrations, registration, course changes, procedures for withdrawal, deferred final...
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Summer Studies If you want to make up deficiencies in your background, or to accelerate your progress in your degree, you may do so by taking summer courses at McGill or at another institution. Each summer, from early May to mid-August, many...
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International Student Exchange Program You are encouraged to take advantage of opportunities to study abroad for a term or year. The international exposure and academic experience gained by taking part in a student exchange are highly worthwhile. Through...
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Transfer Credit and Advanced Standing Students are admitted to a four-year program requiring the completion of 120 credits, but Advanced Standing of up to 30 credits may be granted if you have obtained satisfactory results in the Diploma of Collegial Studies,...
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BCom Degree Admission Requirements The Desautels Faculty of Management offers programs that are highly selective and fulfilment of minimum admission requirements does not guarantee acceptance. For information about admission requirements to the BCom program,...
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BCom Degree Requirements The Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) degree program is a three- or four-year program when taken full-time. Although the language of instruction at McGill is English, those who plan to be part of the Quebec business environment are reminded of the...
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Academic Requirements for Graduation Each student in the Desautels Faculty of Management must be aware of the Faculty regulations as stated in this publication and on the McGill and BCom websites. While BCom Office advisers and staff are always available...
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Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) You will be eligible for graduation upon satisfactory completion of the minimum credit requirement for the degree as indicated in your letter of acceptance, subject to the curriculum and CGPA of 2.00 (3.00 for Honours...
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Course Requirements All required and complementary courses used to fulfil program requirements, including the Freshman program, must be completed with a grade of C or better. If you fail to obtain a satisfactory grade in a required course (core, part of a...
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Academic Advising If you are entering the Desautels Faculty of Management for the first time, you are required to attend an Orientation and Advising Session during the last week of August, at which time the staff from the BCom Student Affairs Office...
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Registration It is your responsibility to register on time. Failure to register for courses when the registration periods begin may delay graduation and completion of program requirements. Space is limited. Registration for Fall and...

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