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The Faculty of Management offers a 4-year undergraduate program leading to the Bachelor of Management (B.Mgt.).

Students start by completing eight required courses comprising introductory management, personal and corporate social responsibility, economics, mathematics, statistics, psychology and English, building the pre-requisites for later years.

Students then complete eleven required Management courses in accounting, human resources/organizational behaviour, management communications, marketing, information systems, business conditions analysis, sustainable business, finance, operations, and industry analysis, setting the stage for further study.

In the later part of third year and the fourth year, students take a selection of management and non-management elective courses to provide a focus for the student’s career. In the fourth year, students complete a required Capstone course, a culminating experience for the program. The Bachelor of Management areas of focus are general management, accounting, entrepreneurial technology, finance, human resources/organizational behaviour, marketing and operations/supply chain.

Faculty of Management students are advised to keep in mind that they can take Minors in other Faculties to complement their management learning. For a complete list of current Minors, please visit Degree Requirements.

Minors are declared via Workday.


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