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Bachelor of Commerce
A Bachelor of Commerce is an undergraduate academic degree awarded for a courses taken that generally lasts three years in the UK/Australia or four years in North America. A Bachelor of Commerce may cover the same coursework as a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA).
A Bachelor of Commerce usually requires a student to take a majority of their courses (usually 3/4) in commerce, namely
- Organizational behavior
- Decision analysis
- Capital markets (Finance)
- Computing and information systems
and others depending on the student's particular interest.
Most universities plan the Bachelor of Commerce degree with a rigorous course schedule.
A graduate of a Bachelor of Commerce, receives the designation BComm, or sometimes (especially in Australia) shortened to BCom or B.Com.
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