Section 61.20 Admission Requirements

The general requirements for admission to Concordia University are listed in Section 13 Admission Regulations.

Note: Because of the extensive use of computers in various programs, students are advised to have access to a personal computer.

Cegep Entrance — the 90-credit program

The prerequisites for the 90‑credit program are as follows:

SubjectConcordia Courses
Calculus I MATH 209
Linear Algebra MATH 208
Micro, Macro Economics ECON 201, ECON 203
Computer Literacy BTM 200

Note: Equivalencies will be determined at the time of acceptance.

Students with a DEC will complete the 90‑credit program. Students who have a complete DEC but are lacking one or more of the prerequisite courses may take them within the 90‑credit program as elective credits during the first year of the program.

Mature Entry — the 108-credit program

In addition to the 90‑credit program, Mature Entry students will be required to complete the following 18 credits:
6

credits:

MATH 208 Fundamental Mathematics I (3.00)
MATH 209 Fundamental Mathematics II (3.00)

6

credits:

ECON 201 Introduction to Microeconomics (3.00)
ECON 203 Introduction to Macroeconomics (3.00)

3

credits:

BTM 200 Fundamentals of Information Technology (3.00)

3credits chosen from elective courses outside the offerings of the John Molson School of Business.

Extended Credit Program — the 120‑credit program (30 credits)

In addition to the 90-credit program, students in the Extended Credit Program will be required to complete the following 30 credits:
6

credits:

MATH 208 Fundamental Mathematics I (3.00)
MATH 209 Fundamental Mathematics II (3.00)

6

credits:

ECON 201 Introduction to Microeconomics (3.00)
ECON 203 Introduction to Macroeconomics (3.00)

3

credits:

BTM 200 Fundamentals of Information Technology (3.00)

3

credits chosen from:

ENGL 210 Introduction to Essay Writing (3.00)
ENGL 212 English Composition — Stage I (3.00)

12credits chosen from elective courses outside the offerings of the John Molson School of Business.

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