Subject Code for Commerce - COMM
Interim Executive Director, Commerce - A. Nalca
Program Telephone - (613) 533-2301
Commerce Office - Goodes Hall, Room 130
Program E-Mail Address - firstname.lastname@example.org
Website - https://smith.queensu.ca/bcom/
Commerce Student Portal - http://commerce.queensu.ca
The Queen’s Program is a four-year program in which students complete 126.0 units. To be eligible for graduation, students must complete all degree requirements, and uphold and/or meet each of the Academic Regulations. For more information, see Academic Standing and Regulations.
Course offerings and program requirements change periodically. The Commerce Program works in conjunction with the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee to ensure that changes in the curriculum are made with the least amount of disruption to continuing students.
For more information regarding admission, please see Queen's University Undergraduate Admission website.
All applicants should note that the Queen’s University Senate Policy on Student Appeals, Rights, and Discipline states that applicants seeking admission to the University or a Program at Queen’s may not appeal a decision regarding an individual application, whether or not the applicant is, or has been, a student in another Program at Queen’s. By extension, applicants may not appeal any Undergraduate Admission policy.
Admission Policy for Aboriginal Candidates
In recognition of the need to encourage participation by members of the Aboriginal community in post-secondary education, Queen's University offers Aboriginal candidates an additional and alternative pathway for admission to the first year of a full-time, first-entry undergraduate degree program. For more information, see Undergraduate Admission.
First Generation Student Admission Pathway
Queen’s encourages participation in post-secondary education by First-Generation students. We offer First-Generation candidates, including Pathways to Education students, Crown Wards, and members of the Boys and Girls Club Raising the Grade program, an additional and alternative admission pathway to the first year of a full-time, first-entry undergraduate degree program. For more information, see Undergraduate Admission.