Mount Allison’s Bachelor of Commerce provides you with an experiential and personal approach to business studies.

commerce classYou will benefit from small class sizes, one-on-one time with your professors, frequent interaction with fellow students, opportunities to gain real-world experience, and Mount Allison’s strong links to the business world.

You will study a variety of business areas, such as:

  • accounting
  • finance
  • marketing
  • management

The program is designed to give all students, regardless of your areas of concentration, a strong undergraduate foundation in the key disciplines of management education.

Ron Joyce Centre for Business Studies - Avard-Dixon BuildingThe Ron Joyce Centre for Business Studies

Established in 2008, the Centre has focused on:

  • delivering one of Canada's best undergraduate business education
  • providing students with hands-on learning experience through internships, field trips, case competitions, and networking opportunities
  • adding faculty to an already distinguished group of professors
  • building a flexible curriculum with a wide variety of course offerings
  • For more information, see the Ron Joyce Centre for Business Studies website

Degree options

Commerce at Mount Allison is offered as a:

The Bachelor of Commerce program requires you to minor in a discipline outside of Commerce in order to help expand your perspective on the world. You can choose any program offered as a minor. See our full list of programs.

Students pursuing a Bachelor of Commerce degree must also complete distribution requirements — six credits (two courses) in each of two categories:

  • Arts and letters – drama, English, Fine Arts, art history, languages, Music
  • Humanities – Canadian studies, classics, history, philosophy, religious studies, women's and gender studies

To view a full description, student testimonials, and career options, visit Commerce program.