Concentrations

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Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) — Concentration in Accounting (15 credits)

The Accounting concentration is designed to meet the needs of Management students who want to have a good basic understanding of accounting, but do not intend to become professional accountants or accounting specialists. It is primarily oriented toward users of financial information and emphasizes breadth of knowledge in a coherent selection of courses. ...

For more information, see Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) — Concentration in Accounting (15 credits).

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) — Concentration in Entrepreneurship (15 credits)

Mentors: Please consult the Bachelor of Commerce website at: http://www.mcgill.ca/desautels/programs/bcom/academics/courseinfo ...

For more information, see Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) — Concentration in Entrepreneurship (15 credits).

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) — Concentration in Information Systems (15 credits)

Mentors: Please consult the Bachelor of Commerce website at: http://www.mcgill.ca/desautels/programs/bcom/academics/courseinfo ...

For more information, see Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) — Concentration in Information Systems (15 credits).

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) — Concentration in Marketing (15 credits)

The Marketing concentration prepares the student for a wide variety of career opportunities. Marketing graduates historically have found employment in the fields of product management, advertising, sales management, marketing management, pricing, marketing research, distribution, and retailing. The Marketing concentration provides a balance between courses focusing...

For more information, see Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) — Concentration in Marketing (15 credits).

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) — Concentration in Organizational Behaviour (15 credits)

The Organizational Behaviour concentration provides an opportunity for students to increase their awareness of behavioural issues encountered in job and organizational settings, and to prepare themselves for graduate study in the behavioural sciences or for careers in general management or human resource management.

For more information, see Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) — Concentration in Organizational Behaviour (15 credits).

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