Business & Science (B.Sc.) - Joint Major
Study at the only university in Canada to offer a wide range of joint majors in Business Administration for more career choice and flexibility.
Study at the only university in Canada to offer a wide range of joint majors in Business Administration for more career choice and flexibility. Gain a competitive edge in the job market after graduation as you pursue your passions with a unique degree that combines your interest in business with other areas of study across the arts or the sciences.
Gain 100 hours of hands-on work experience through the Business Administration placement program
Build professional business skills while delving into diverse knowledge across disciplines, creating a degree as unique as you are
Benefit from joining a community affiliated with the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education
Business & Science: Joint Major Options
Combine Business Administration with other majors, including:
- Computing Systems and Business
- Information Systems and Business
- Forensics and Business
- Mathematics and Business
- Psychology and Business
- Environmental Resource Science and Business
The joint-major Honours program. 20.0 credits including the following 8.0 credits:
- 5.0 ADMN credits consisting of ADMN 1000H, 1221H, 2010H, 2100H, 2220H, 2510H, 3021H, 3200H, 3300H, and 4030H
- 1.5 ADMN credits at the 3000 level or beyond in addition to the above
- 1.5 ECON credits consisting of ECON 1010H, 1020H, and 2200H
- – For the BSc, 14.0 science credits are required for the Honours degree
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It is important you draft a course plan for your studies at Trent. By developing a course plan you ensure you have the required pre-requisite courses to register in the courses you are interested in as well as meet the requirements to graduate.
First year - Students should complete all required ADMN and ECON first year level required courses.
Second year - Students should complete all required ADMN and ECON second year level courses.
Over third and fourth year, students should complete all required ADMN third and fourth year level courses.
Fourth year – Consider applying for the placement course ADMN 4870H (minimum 72% cumulative average required) and secure an experiential learning position with a local agency.
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