BComm students can take the following courses while on exchange with a Haskayne partner:
- Concentration courses (maximum 2 courses (6 units))
- For students in Accounting (ACCT), concentration requirements cannot be taken on exchange.
- Senior commerce options
- Junior and/or senior non-commerce options (junior only if still needed for program requirements)
BComm students participating in an exchange through UCI Study Abroad (non-business exchange) are permitted to take junior/senior non-commerce options while abroad.
Please note: Students are not permitted to take the common core courses while on exchange. These are the courses listed under “Haskayne Courses Common to all Concentrators” in your Academic Requirements report.
After being approved for an exchange program, all outgoing exchange students will work one-on-one with one of the exchange program specialists to confirm their unique course list. All our partner institutions teach courses in English, and there are no language requirements for our exchange program, though it is recommended in some regions to know some basic phrases to help get around.
In the meantime, please download the appropriate Exchange Course Guide (ECG) below – if the courses you intend to take are on the ECG, you will not need to get them assessed for transfer credit unless older than 5 years.
Please note: These spreadsheets should be used as a guideline only; after being approved for exchange, an exchange advisor will work with you one-on-one to confirm your course list. These spreadsheets are not a comprehensive list of courses available at host institutions; please review available courses on the host institution website, and review this PDF for information about the process to have courses assessed for transfer credit.
FOR FALL/WINTER EXCHANGES: Students must take a minimum of 3 courses (9 units) while on a fall or winter exchange through Haskayne. Students are required to take a minimum of 2 business courses (6 units), since our partners are business schools. Some partner institutions may require that exchange students take more than our minimums - if this is the case, you must adhere to the exchange partner's requirements.
FOR SUMMER EXCHANGES: Students must take a minimum of 1 course (3 units) while on a summer exchange through Haskayne. Since our partners are business schools, their summer programs often consist solely of business courses, however some do still offer non-business for their summer program. Some partner institutions may require that exchange students take more than our minimums - if this is the case, you must adhere to the exchange partner's requirements.