Program planning worksheet for current UVic students applying to Year 2 BCom

Program planning worksheet for current UVic students applying to Year 2 BCom
Program Planning Worksheet
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (BCom) 60 UNITS
Program:
Degree:
Faculty:
How will my
coursework be
distributed?
38%
First year UVic students applying to BCom
BCom
Peter B. Gustavson School of Business
62%
0%
Required Courses : Year One
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Required courses
Corequisite courses
Electives
Units
3 of 5 required courses (must complete 2 by December of first year)
 ECON 103
 ENGL 135/146/147
 STAT 252
 MATH 151
4.5
 ENGL 135/146/147/225
7 non-business courses: Non-business electives taken in first year from other faculties (e.g. Humanities,
Social Sciences, Sciences, etc.)
10.5
Recommended Course Index
Required Courses : Year Two
Units
Co-op Preparation Seminar
0
 COM 204
2 of 5 remaining required courses
 ECON 103
 ENGL 135/146/147
 MATH 151
 STAT 252
3.0
 ENGL 135/146/147/225
8 non-business courses: Non-business electives taken in second year from other faculties (e.g.
Humanities, Social Sciences, Sciences, etc.)
Recommended Course Index
Please refer to the University of Victoria Academic Calendar for
complete lists of course selections. Although every attempt has been
made to ensure that the information on this worksheet is accurate, in the
case of any discrepancy the Academic Calendar must be considered the
definitive authority.
EFFECTIVE MAY 2016
12.0
Program notes
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Please ensure that you have read the How to Use the Program Planning Worksheets information page.
Course selection
Year Three
The University strongly recommends that students in Year One do not take 300- or
400-level courses, as low grades will impact your graduating GPA.
Program Notes: The Year 3 curriculum is a set program. For more information,
please see the program structure and core courses here.
Prerequisites
Year Four
Refer to the course descriptions in the Academic Calendar to ensure that you are
taking appropriate prerequisites each year for the courses you plan to take in the
following year. Any prerequisites of note are listed under each year below.
Program Notes: In year 4 of the BCom Program you pursue your specialization,
take elective courses, finish your co-op work terms, and, if you choose, study
overseas for a term at one of our exchange partner universities. More
information can be found on the Gustavson BCom webpage.
Year One
Program Notes: Other courses may qualify to meet the pre-commerce required
courses. View our application information section on the Gustavson BCom
admissions webpage here.
Applying for Graduation: In your last year of study, you must submit an
application for graduation to Records Services. For application deadlines and
convocation details, see www.uvic.ca/graduation.
Apply for Year 2 Gustavson BCom – Early Admission by February 28.
If your degree requirements are complete, but you have not yet graduated, you
may request a Degree Completion Letter from the Registrar’s Office.
Registration Notes: Choose courses that work toward a secondary study plan if
you are not accepted into BCom
Graduation Requirements: See How to Use the Program Planning Worksheets
for more information.
ECON 103 has a lab section that you must register for. Check the course
descriptions for the other courses you plan to take this year to make sure you
register for any required labs or tutorials.
Year Two
Declaring a Program: If application successful, student automatically declared as
Bachelor of Commerce.
Program Notes: Other courses may qualify to meet the pre-commerce required
courses. View our application information section on the Gustavson BCom
admissions webpage.
International students might need to complete COM 206C and/or COM 290 as
mandatory electives in January of your 2nd year. A BCom advisor will contact you
in June preceding your 2nd year of BCom to tell you if you must take these courses.
If so, they will register you in these two courses.
Student responsibility
Student standing
You are responsible for the completeness and accuracy of your registration
and for determining the requirements of your program at UVic. Attend and
submit work only for those courses in which you are registered.
Units complete
Standing
0 – 11.9
First year standing
Always read course descriptions before you register to determine if you have
the necessary prerequisites, and pay attention to notes on mutuallyexclusive and cross-listed courses (pairs of courses in which credit will be
awarded for only one).
12 – 26.9
Second year standing
27 – 41.9
Third year standing
42 or more
Fourth year standing
EFFECTIVE MAY 2016
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