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Baccalaureate degrees are in demand. As the complexity of our knowledge-based economy increases, so too has the education demand in our workforce. The new millennium has seen a significant increase in degree requirements for entry-level positions. More and more, a degree is becoming a necessity for career success.
MacEwan University’s four-year Bachelor of Commerce degree opens these doors to the executive level of business. Our small class sizes and top-notch faculty means that you’ll get the best possible education to prepare you for your career in business.
The first two years of MacEwan University’s Bachelor of Commerce program provides a fundamental base of business knowledge, with courses exploring a wide variety of essential topics including Macroeconomics, Marketing Fundamentals, Introductory Accounting, Analysis and Argument, and Financial Math.
For the remaining two years, students choose to specialize in one of six majors including: Accounting, Human Resources Management, International Business, Management, Marketing and Supply Chain Management Co-op. The full four-year program consists of 120 credits with the number of options and electives increasing in years three and four. So you can tailor your education to your own interests and aspirations.
MacEwan University also bridges classroom theory with the real world of business. That’s why we provide students with many opportunities to engage the business community through current case studies, networking, independent studies, and international study tours.
So after four years at MacEwan University, our grads enter the global workforce with confidence and an education to back it.
Student for a Day
Interested in what it's really like to be a MacEwan student? Want to find out more about the arts, commerce, education, engineering, phys ed, or science programs?
Come and spend a day at MacEwan where you'll attend two program courses, take a tour of City Centre Campus, and speak with a program advisor. For more information, click on the Student For a Day image.