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Management (BComm)

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Degree
Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)
Department
Faculty
Program type
Major, Minor
Primary campus
Sir George Williams (SGW)
Duration
3 to 4 years
Start term
Fall, Winter

Why study Management?

Do you fit the profile of a 21st-century leader? The future leaders who come to our school inspire people, embrace diversity, build new business models and create wealth in socially and ecologically sustainable ways.

As a JMSB student, you achieve these goals by taking an integrated approach to management studies. That means you take an overall view of how organizations function: dissecting successes and failures, studying management from many perspectives and complementing every theory with an applied emphasis on organizational analysis and consulting. You’ll leave our program equipped with the skills to handle real-world leadership tasks, such as:

  • Conflict resolution
  • Cross-cultural understanding
  • Decision-making
  • Leadership and teamwork
  • Planning and budgeting
  • Problem solving

Whether you become an entrepreneur, manager or consultant, you’ll leave us ready to effect change and guide our world in the future.

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After your degree

Our degree is versatile and opens up many careers paths, including:

  • Account manager
  • Business analyst and consultant
  • Management advisor
  • Sales and service manager
  • Strategic planner

Other programs of interest

Administration (BAdmin)
  • Specialization
Administration (BAdmin)

If you’re interested in business and management, but want the freedom to take more courses outside the John Molson School of Business, consider the Bachelor of Administration.

Faculty

Human Resource Management (BComm)
  • Major
  • Minor
  • Co-op
Human Resource Management (BComm)

You spot raw talent, build great teams and bring out the best in people. Admirable skills for a manager — a perfect fit for human resources managers.

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