Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Business Administration
Open / Closed Programs
Competitive / Oversubscribed Programs
Granted after completing a 1 year program at college.
Granted after completing most two year college programs.
Granted after completing most three year college programs.
Entry level degree. This is what you will pursue right out of high school. Most degrees will require four years to complete.
Follows the bachelors degree, also known as grad school varying in length from 1-2 years
Doctor of Philosphy. Highest level of education that can be achieved in a field of study.
Working towards your bachelors degree
Additional application including questions, essays to gain more information about you
Agreements between Colleges and Universities that allow you to earn both a degree and a diploma
British spin on business degree
North American spin on a business degree
Ontario College Application Service
Ontario University Application Centre
University Information Program
If a program is no longer accepting applications it is considered closed. Open indicates that they are still accepting applications. This is the case for many programs, even after the final date to apply. As long as it remains open you can still apply.
This type of program is extremely popular and cannot accommodate all the applicants. Programs that are oversubscribe or competitive receive more applicants than they can accept.
Main area of study
Secondary area of focus
An offer given by the university for a similar program if you are not given your first choice. (not all school's do this)
More than one offer of admission from one school (not all school's do this)