Bachelor of Commerce Part-Time Program Credit Structure

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Bachelor of Commerce Part-Time Program Credit Structure

The Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) degree program is a 90- or 120-credit program that may be pursued on a part-time evening basis, or full-time day basis.

The availability of program choices is limited in the part-time program. Consult the Desautels Faculty of Management section of the eCalendar publication at www.mcgill.ca/study for full details on all programs available and the freshman requirements for the 120-credit program, if applicable.

General Management Program (Concentrations)

2 Concentrations 90 credits 120 credits
Freshman Requirements 0 18
Core 36 36
2 Concentrations 30 30
Non-Mgmt Electives 6 12
Electives 18 24
Total 90 120
1 Concentration & 1 Minor (18 credits) 90 credits 120 credits
Freshman Requirements 0 18
Core 36 36
1 Concentration + 1 Minor (18 credits) 33 33
Non-Mgmt Electives 0 12
Electives 21 21
Total 90 120
1 Concentration & 1 Minor (24 credits) 90 credits 120 credits
Freshman Requirements 0 18
Core 36 36
1 Concentration + 1 Minor (24 credits) 39 39
Non-Mgmt Electives 0 12
Electives 15 15
Total 90 120

Concentrations

In order to complete a concentration, the student must achieve a grade of C or better in all the courses that comprise the concentration. The student who has failed to earn 15 satisfactory credits will be required to embark on a new concentration, repeat the course(s) in question or, where possible, replace the course(s) with a satisfactory option from the concentration courses.

Second Concentration

Students who choose to take a second concentration will be required to complete 15 non-overlapping credits at a satisfactory level with a minimum grade of C in each course.

Concentrations (Part-Time Program)
Accounting
Entrepreneurship
Information Systems
Marketing
Organizational Behaviour
Concentrations in Finance, International Business, Labour Management Relations and Human Resources, Operations Management, and Strategic Management are also available with some daytime studies required.

Major Programs

Majors in Management 90 credits 120 credits
Freshman Requirements 0 18
Core 36 36
Major 30 30
Non-Mgmt Electives 6 12
Electives 18 24
Total 90 120
Majors (Part-Time Program)
Accounting
Information Systems
Marketing
Majors in Economics, Finance, Labour Management Relations and Human Resources, Managing for Sustainability, Mathematics (Major Concentration), Organizational Behaviour, Psychology, and Statistics (Major Concentration), and Strategic Management are also available. Significant daytime studies are required. Please refer to the eCalendar publication at www.mcgill.ca/study for additional information with regard to these majors.

Core Program

Core Program

Core Courses – 36 credits required by all B.Com. students, with a minimum grade of C in each course.

Core Courses
ECON 295 (3) Macroeconomic Policy
MGCR 211 (3) Introduction to Financial Accounting
MGCR 222 (3) Introduction to Organizational Behaviour
MGCR 273 (3) Introductory Management Statistics
MGCR 293 (3) Managerial Economics
MGCR 331 (3) Information Systems
MGCR 341 (3) Finance 1
MGCR 352 (3) Marketing Management 1
MGCR 360 (3) Social Context of Business
MGCR 382 (3) International Business
MGCR 423 (3) Strategic Management
MGCR 472 (3) Operations Management
Note: MGCR 273 is equivalent to MGCR 271 for prerequisite purposes.
Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2014-2015 (last updated Apr. 15, 2014) (disclaimer)
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