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Find out what bulls and bears are. Understand why stocks rise or fall. Learn what makes great advertising. Or realize what it takes to run a business. The Commerce profile prepares students for careers in accounting, consulting, finance, human resources, international business, law or marketing.
The Commerce profile is part of the Social Science program, a two-year, pre-university program. As a result, Commerce students receive the excellent background in critical thinking and methodology that the Marianopolis Social Science program provides. This program will appeal to students fascinated by human society: its origin, functioning, institutions, as well as the interpersonal relationships of individuals within society -- in particular, students who want an excellent preparation for university studies in any business-oriented program or a career in accounting, finance or marketing.
WHO SHOULD TAKE IT?
Taking the Marianopolis Commerce profile is excellent preparation for a career in accounting, finance, marketing, international business or law. As a Commerce profile student at Marianopolis, you receive the training and practice you need to succeed at university. You also take the math courses that you need for university studies in business administration, commerce, mathematics, statistics and some computer science programs. Courses like Fundamentals of Business, Sports Management, Macroeconomics and Business Psychology will allow you to explore several aspects of the business world. If you are strong academically, we encourage you to apply to Honours Commerce.
WHERE DOES IT LEAD?
Commerce at Marianopolis is designed to prepare students for university studies in the following areas:
- Actuarial Mathematics
- Business and Finance
- Corporate Law
- Human Resources
- Industrial Relations
- Investment Brokerage
- Management Information Systems
Fundamentals of Business
Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences
History of Western Civilization
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Research Methods
1 Introductory-level course
1 Upper-level course
2 Upper-level courses
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