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Tue May 20, 2014 4:00 am

BAS Degree Vs BComm Degree

Whats the difference between a BAS degree from York compared to a BComm degree from Guelph

Asked by bilal9623791485

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7 answers

Tue May 20, 2014 4:00 am

@ONly wroteWhats the difference between a BAS degree from York compared to a BComm degree from Guelph One of them is actually decent

dheeraj2211150936

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Tue May 20, 2014 4:00 am

@TheRajofKings wrote@ONly wroteWhats the difference between a BAS degree from York compared to a BComm degree from Guelph One of them is actually decent
I'm guessing the degree from York?

huttonsy1514991

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Tue May 20, 2014 4:00 am

@Razear wrote@TheRajofKings wrote@ONly wroteWhats the difference between a BAS degree from York compared to a BComm degree from Guelph One of them is actually decent
I'm guessing the degree from York?
No silly, the one from Guelph... right?

seahorsekaiser2754129

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Tue May 20, 2014 4:00 am

@MohammedAzer wrote@Razear wrote@TheRajofKings wrote@ONly wroteWhats the difference between a BAS degree from York compared to a BComm degree from Guelph One of them is actually decent
I'm guessing the degree from York?
No silly, the one from Guelph... right?

What's a BAS degree?

andhradsky625941

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Wed May 21, 2014 4:00 am

Bachelor of Administrative Studies.
BAS is to Schulich as BMOS is to Ivey.
Best comparison I can make here.
But yes, take Guelph's BComm

carlj.qiu904640

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Wed May 21, 2014 4:00 am

The University of Guelph offers an eight semester (20.00 credits) honours program leading to a Bachelor of Commerce degree (B.Comm.). The normal course load is 2.50 credits per semester for a full-time student. The program is of an interdisciplinary nature and designed to give students a sound professional management education with a focus on specific industry sectors or management functions which prepare the graduates for positions of responsibility in particular areas of management and business.

Given the professional and applied nature of the program, there are no double majors or minors associated with the degree. Elective options enable students to select courses which support or complement their primary field of study.

In their first semester, students may be admitted to either one of nine specialized majors or the undeclared major. Students in the undeclared first year, must declare a specialized major by mid-February in semester two in order to gain access to required courses in semester three.

kurt.penberg011924588

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Wed May 21, 2014 4:00 am

@kurtpenberg wroteThe University of Guelph offers an eight semester (20.00 credits) honours program leading to a Bachelor of Commerce degree (B.Comm.). The normal course load is 2.50 credits per semester for a full-time student. The program is of an interdisciplinary nature and designed to give students a sound professional management education with a focus on specific industry sectors or management functions which prepare the graduates for positions of responsibility in particular areas of management and business.

Given the professional and applied nature of the program, there are no double majors or minors associated with the degree. Elective options enable students to select courses which support or complement their primary field of study.

In their first semester, students may be admitted to either one of nine specialized majors or the undeclared major. Students in the undeclared first year, must declare a specialized major by mid-February in semester two in order to gain access to required courses in semester three.
nutritionrunner's cousin? Holy sh.it, it's as if her whole family Guelph maniacs are trolling this site with their pro-Guelph B.S. lol.

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