BComm Honours Program
Current Students - Undergraduate
In the BComm Honours program students gain practical research knowledge in their chosen area of interest aiding the transition into their career or future studies. Developed for exceptionally motivated students, this challenging program will require strong dedication and commitment. Students interested in pursuing graduate school are strongly encouraged to consider applying to the program.
The Honour program has pushed me to become a better version of myself every single day. When looking back to where I started at the beginning of MGST 301, I am incredibly proud of the growth I have seen in my writing and critical thinking skills.
The Haskayne Honours program has given me the opportunity, resources and guidance to further explore my niche interests within the field of business and management; hone my reading, writing and critical research skills, and develop relationships that I will carry forward throughout my professional career.
Requirements to participate in the program for Fall admission:
- By the end of Winter Semester prior to Fall admission term, you must have successfully completed the six prescribed courses: ENTI 317, MGST 217, MGST 391, SGMA 217, STAT 213, STAT 217
- GPA of 3.30 or higher (on the six prescribed courses above and on your Honours admission GPA)
- Change of Program Application (via your Student Service Center)
- Interview (online or in-person)
- Two letters of reference
- Letter of intent
For more information on the program, please contact the Haskayne Undergraduate Advising Office.
*Please note, admission into the Honours program is highly competitive and a limited number of students will be admitted each year.
Participating in the honours program was one of the best decisions I made during my undergraduate degree. I improved my project management, data analysis, and writing skills, all leading to career opportunities in consulting and research.
The Bcomm Honours Program has been intellectually challenging and rewarding. The program provided me with opportunities to discuss and critically analyze research with some of the top minds at the Haskayne School of Business.