- Major in Economics — 24 credits
- Minor in Economics — 12 credits
What are the implications of wide spread public speculation in gold? How does a change in trading arrangements affect employment or what we manufacture? Economics probes the material aspects of our existence — as a country, a trading partner, a community or an organization. Economists analyze a vast spectrum of information in order to understand or predict how various activities will affect the economy at any given time. This program acquaints students with economic issues around the world and provides rigorous training in economic analysis.
Sample courses include:
Economic Data Analysis, Canadian Economic Policy and Institutions, Money and Banking, Financial Economics, International Economics: Trade Theory, Game Theory, Information, and Economic Modelling, The Corporate Economy, Health Economics
Economics (BComm - Major/Minor) requirements: Minimum cut-off averages, admission statistics and program requirements.
Financial Analyst, Environmental Assessment Project Coordinator, Market- Research Analyst, Credit Manager, Economic Statistician, Public-Sector Researcher
See the BComm degree description for more information on the core and elective requirements.
Undergraduate admissions guidelines: For information on international admission, required documents, proof of language proficiency, the university admissions timetable, selection and notification process.