First-year courses for Bachelor of Commerce:
First-year Commerce students are strongly advised to enroll in the following core courses:
- Economics 1001
- Economics 1011
- 3 credits from Math 1111 or MATH 1151
- 3 credits from COMP 1631 or COMM 1991*
Students may also register for COMM 1011 as an elective course in the Winter term.
Bachelor of Commerce students are advised to work towards completing distribution requirements in Humanities and Arts and Letters, and sampling introductory courses with a view to choosing a minor.
Please review this information regarding a Math Assessment Test for calculus (MATH 1111 or 1151) which should be written prior to classes beginning in the fall. You can visit the Math Department website for an explanation of the difference between MATH 1111 and 1151.
*COMM 1991 Quantitative Analysis for Business Decisions is an approved substitute for the Computer Science requirement in the Commerce core. It may also be used towards prerequisites for 2000 level Commerce courses.