Dual Degree or Second Degree
Commerce students have the option to complete an undergraduate degree in Economics concurrently with their Bachelor of Commerce degree, or a second degree in a variety of subject areas in the Faculty of Arts and Science consecutively after completion of their Bachelor Commerce degree.
Admission into the Arts or Science Dual (concurrent) or Second (consecutive) Degree Program is limited to those students who qualify, and where there is capacity in the program. Earning a dual or second degree requires additional course work over and above the 123.0 units that are required for the Commerce degree.Learn more about the Dual Degree and Second Degree
Success in today’s global business environment requires both international and cross-cultural experience. Queen’s Commerce allows you to gain this essential exposure in several ways. You may spend a term abroad at one of our many partner universities or at Queen’s International Study Centre at Herstmonceux Castle in East Sussex, UK. As well, a series of International Business courses are available at Queen’s.Learn more