From your first day in the Commerce program, you’ll become immersed in a program that features small class sizes, a team approach and a focus on personal academic development. The first two years of your program provide a strong business grounding. In 3rd and 4th years you can focus on areas of interest such as accounting, finance and marketing, or you can remain a generalist by choosing courses from across areas.
Our four-year undergraduate program is renowned for its internationally focused, liberal business education, enhanced by state-of-the-art technologies and resources.
In the Queen’s Commerce program, you will gain much more than an outstanding, integrated business education. You’ll acquire the critical leadership, team and communications skills that today’s employers are seeking. You will enjoy unparalled extracurricular opportunities and a tremendous sense of community.
You’ll have the opportunity to study business abroad through exchange opportunities at 55 universities worldwide, and to participate in a wide range of extracurricular conferences and competitions.
Queen’s offers an additional certificate program in Corporate Social Responsibility. Our Integrated Communication Skills program will give you an advantage in any career that you choose.
We encourage our students to follow a comprehensive four-year Career Management Plan, supported by our Business Career Centre workshops, counseling and recruitment sessions. We’ll help prepare you for your first interviews, and provide you with the skills you’ll need to succeed in your career.
Corporate representatives also make frequent visits to the program to mentor students, and to seek out potential candidates for their companies.
Accounting; actuarial science; advertising; banking; corporate social responsibility; entrepreneurship; event management; finance; fundraising; human resources; industrial relations; information systems; international business; investment banking; investment management; management; management consulting; marketing; operations management; organizational behaviour; public relations; sales and business development
For more information visit the Queen’s Commerce Society web site.