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C. Programs for Students who Entered Business I in September 2016-2019


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Program Notes


  1. Students have only one opportunity to be reviewed for entry to a Commerce program. Other options may be pursued through the Student Experience - Academic Office (DSB-112).
  2. To be considered for entry into the Honours Commerce Program, a Business I student must have met all of the following:
  • achieved a GPA of at least 5.0 on a minimum of 24 units of course work for Business I (on first attempts only) and these must include all required courses of the Business I program;
  • successfully completed, on first attempts only, all Business I required courses (See Business I Requirements). An exception to this condition is that no more than a single failure of a Business I required course is allowed for students with a GPA of at least 5.0 on a minimum of 24 units of course work for Business I. These students must successfully complete the failed course at the earliest possible opportunity or they will not be able to continue in the program;
  • successfully completed ALL required units of Business I course work and successfully completed enough units of elective course work where the total of successful units of course work equals 24 units.
  1. Refer to Workload under the Academic Regulations section in the School of Business for information on full-time and part-time Business I course loads.
  2. Students seeking a Minor in Mathematics and Statistics must take MATH 1A03  (or 1LS3 ) and should refer to the Faculty of Science section of this Calendar for the requirements for a Minor in Mathematics and Statistics. Students neither seeking this Minor nor planning on a transfer to the Faculty of Science, are advised to take MATH 1M03.
  3. Transfer students may be admitted from other universities or from other Faculties within McMaster University. Academic requirements for admission of transfer students will be more demanding than those for Business I students.
  4. Courses that are cross-listed with Commerce courses are considered Commerce electives for the purposes of fulfilling program requirements. This is the case regardless of the course-code the student has enrolled under.
  5. Students who have been granted Faculty permission to take COMMERCE 4EL3  in Level III Commerce will have this course applied against the program requirements for Level IV Commerce as three of the six required units of Level III or IV Commerce courses. See the DeGroote School of Business (Faculty of Business) program requirements section of this calendar.

Business I


Level I: 30 units


Students admitted to Business I must complete 30 units as follows:

3 units


from

0-3 units


0-3 units


  • STATS 1L03
    (for those students without Grade 12 Mathematics of Data Management U or equivalent)

9-12 units


  • Electives to total 30 units. See also the International/Cross-Cultural/Language Menu

Honours Commerce


Requirements for continuation in the Honours B.Com. Program are specified in the General Academic Regulations  section of this Calendar.

Students who are currently registered in this program should refer to their advisement reports in Mosaic Student Centre or contact the Student Experience - Academic Office (DSB-A102) to discuss their program requirements.

Honours Commerce with Internship


Admission


Enrolment in this program is limited. Applications for admission into the Honours B.Com. with Internship will be accepted at the end of the Spring/Summer term and prior to the start of the Fall term (specific deadline dates will vary each year and will be communicated in the Undergraduate Faculty of Business Bulletin, OSCARplus and on DeGroote’s website).

Only full-time Honours B.Com. students in good standing with a minimum cumulative Grade Point Average  of 7.0 at the time of application, who have completed all Level II required courses (and who will have at least 18 units of course work left to complete following their internship) and have passed COMMERCE 2IN0 - Career Development Course , will be eligible to apply for the Honours B.Com. with Internship degree program. Selection into the program will be based on academic achievement, statement of interest, work and volunteer experience and interview.

Program Notes


  1. To remain in the Honours B.Com. with Internship program, students must maintain a cumulative Grade Point Average  of 7.0, and remain in good academic standing.
  2. Only students completing an approved 16-month internship will enroll in COMMERCE 4IC0 .
  3. Students should refer to the table below to plan their enrolment for their work term.
Work Term Spring/Summer Fall Winter Spring/Summer
16-month COMMERCE 4IA0   COMMERCE 4IB0  COMMERCE 4IC0  COMMERCE 4ID0 
12-month beginning Spring term COMMERCE 4IA0   COMMERCE 4IB0  COMMERCE 4ID0  -
12-month beginning Fall term - COMMERCE 4IA0   COMMERCE 4IB0  COMMERCE 4ID0  

Requirements


Level I: 30 Units


30 units

Completed prior to admission in the program

Level II: 30 Units


30 units

Completed prior to admission in the program

Level III: 30 Units


Level IV: Work term


Commerce Internship Work Term (12-16 months)

Work term

Level V: 30 Units


9 units

15 units

  • Open electives

Commerce (B.Com.)


Requirements for continuation in the B.Com. Program are specified in the General Academic Regulations  section of this Calendar.

Students who are currently registered in this program should refer to their advisement reports reports in Mosaic Student Centre or contact the Student Experience - Academic Office (DSB-A102) to discuss their program requirements.

Requirements


Level III: 30 units


Level IV: 30 units


9 units

from

  • Level III or IV Commerce courses
  • Electives from non-Commerce courses
15 units

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