11.1 Courses for Non-Commerce Students
All 200-level Commerce courses are term-length half-courses worth 3.0 units each. 200-level courses are not open to students in the Bachelor of Commerce Program. Exclusions, prerequisites, and other conditions for each of the following courses are included with the specific course descriptions in this Calendar and on SOLUS.
|COMM 200||Business Fundamentals||3.00|
|COMM 201||Introduction to Business for Entrepreneurs||3.00|
|COMM 211||Financial Accounting||3.00|
|COMM 212||Management Accounting||3.00|
|COMM 221||Introduction To Finance||3.00|
|COMM 231||Fundamentals of Marketing||3.00|
|COMM 251||Organizational Behaviour||3.00|
There are also several upper-year Commerce elective courses that are open to upper-year students in other faculties; however, these courses are reserved for Commerce students until the open enrolment period. Non-Commerce students must ensure they have completed the appropriate prerequisite courses.
Please see Courses of Instruction for courses available and relevant prerequisites.
11.2 Admission by Transfer
There are a limited number of spaces for upper-year transfer students. To be considered for admission, upper-year applicants must have a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.3 (B+). However, most successful applicants have a minimum GPA of 3.7 (A-).
As well as submitting academic documentation, all upper-year applicants to the Bachelor of Commerce Program must complete a written application.
Calculus at either the senior high school or university level is a prerequisite. There are no other specific university-course prerequisites.
For more information on transferring as an upper-year student, please see Undergraduate Admission.
11.3 Admission as a Non-Degree Student
A small number of spaces may be available for students who have already completed an undergraduate degree and who would like to take courses at Smith School of Business for one (1) or two (2) terms during one academic year. Interested students should contact Undergraduate Admission.
Admission to particular courses is based on space availability. Once registered at Queen's University, non-degree students must meet all normal academic course requirements. Non-degree students may not complete a Queen's Bachelor of Commerce degree by means of this program.
11.4 Certificate in Business
The Certificate in Business has been designed for Queen's University students in the Faculties of Arts and Science, Applied Science and Engineering, and the School of Nursing who want to gain fundamental knowledge in the key areas of business in order to broaden their career options upon graduation. For more information please visit the Certificate in Business website.