Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) general information

The BCom is a broad and flexible degree. It prepares you for a variety of employment opportunities in business and for postgraduate study. You can combine two subjects and graduate with a double major.

It consists of 360 points, including:

  • 105 points from seven Core Courses (Part I)
  • 255 points from a range of 200 and 300-level courses
  • major requirements
  • approved General Education courses (Part II).

If you are a full-time student, the degree can be completed in three years. Part-time study options are also available.

We have four majors available for MIT students joining the University - Accounting, Information Systems, Management and Marketing. MIT study can be credited towards your University degree. We encourage you to discuss your programme plan with an adviser.

Pathways into the BCom - 3 options

  1. Transfer and entry with a completed MIT diploma (Level 6 or 7).
    You may:
    • apply and gain entry with up to 120 points of credit towards the BCom (if you have passed courses with a B grade average)
    • be considered for entry but will not be eligible for credit (if you have passed courses with less than a B grade average).
  2. Entry with a partially completed MIT diploma
    • You will be considered for entry to the BCom with a partially completed MIT diploma (Level 6 or 7) and a B grade average for passed courses.
  3. Transfer with a partially completed MIT degree qualificationYou must:
    • be currently enrolled in an approved MIT degree
    • have completed up to 240 points from MIT courses. You must complete at least 120 points at the University and this must include the Stage III (level 7) courses in your major.
    • have passed MIT courses with an average grade of B+ or higher.
       

Applying MIT credit to your University degree

Find out how to apply your MIT credit:

 We encourage you to discuss your programme plan with an adviser.

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