Academic Calendar - 2018

Western University Academic Calendar. - 2018


Major MAJOR IN GLOBAL COMMERCE (must be part of a double Major)
Economics, Business, and Mathematics

Note: Restricted to students registered in BMOS (Honors) Double Major; students may only apply after completion of first-year, and must also register in another Major module from an area other than MOS.

Admission Requirements

Completion of first-year requirements, including 3.0 principal courses with a minimum average of 70%, with no grade less than 60%:

1.0 course: Business Administration 1220E.
0.5 course from Mathematics 1225A/B, Mathematics 1230A/B, Calculus 1000A/B.
0.5 course from: Mathematics 1229A/B, Calculus 1501A/B, Calculus 1301A/B; Mathematics 1600A/B.
1.0 course: Economics 1021A/B and Economics 1022A/B.

In addition to meeting the above admission requirements, students must successfully complete the admission requirements for a Major module in a discipline other than Management and Organizational Studies. If admission requirements are not met for either or both of the Majors, students will not be allowed to register in the BMOS HONORS DOUBLE MAJOR program and will be required to apply to a BMOS Honors Specialization, a BMOS Specialization, OR to another program.

After second year, students applying for the BMOS HONORS DOUBLE MAJOR must have

a) achieved an average of at least 70% on the last 5.0 courses;
b) achieved an average of at least 70% on the 3.0 principal courses for the module;
c) obtained a grade of at least 60% in each course required for the module;
d) obtained a passing grade in each elective course;
e) a minimum cumulative average of 65%.

Transferring to King's BMOS Programs: Students enrolled at another Affiliated University College or at the Constituent University must meet the admission requirements in order to transfer into a BMOS Honors Double Major at King's.

* Students should choose courses from this section based on the requirements of courses in their chosen MOS Major module and their second Major module.

In the selection of first year courses, it is strongly recommended that students take a first year essay course 1000-1999(F, G or E), in order to meet their Essay degree requirement of 2.0 Essay courses, 1.0 of which must be 2000 level or higher. Students will also need to complete 1.0 from Category B (Arts and Humanities).

Political Science 1020E is recommended in First Year.

Module/Program Information

7.0 courses:

1.0 course: Business Administration 2257.
0.5 course: Economics 2222A/B.
0.5 course: MOS 2285A/B.
0.5 course: MOS 2220F/G.
0.5 course from: MOS 2181A/B, MOS 2155A/B.
1.5 courses: MOS 3310A/B, MOS 3320A/B, MOS 3330A/B.
0.5 course from: Economics 3352A/B, Economics 3370A/B, MOS 3331A/B.
1.0 course: MOS 4404A/B, MOS 4410A/B.
0.5 course: MOS 3332A/B.
0.5 course: MOS 3401F/G.

Students require 1.0 Category B (Arts and Humanities) if not already completed, and 2.0 designated essay courses including 1.0 numbered 2000-4999, prior to graduation.


Progression Requirements

To progress in the BMOS HONORS DOUBLE MAJOR, students must have

a) maintained a modular average of 70% in each Major module;
b) obtained a minimum grade of 60% in each course required for the module;
c) obtained a passing grade in each elective course;
d) maintained a cumulative average of 65%.

Students who fail to meet these progression requirements may be eligible to apply to a BMOS Specialization or to another program.

Graduation Requirements

To graduate with a BMOS HONORS DOUBLE MAJOR degree, students must achieve a minimum average of 70% with a minimum mark of 60% in each course of each module, obtain a passing grade in each elective course, and maintain a minimum cumulative average of 65% in the 20.0 courses counted towards the BMOS HONORS DOUBLE MAJOR degree. Students with advanced standing must achieve an average of 65% on courses completed at Western.

In addition to the module requirements for the different streams, all BMOS Honors Double Major students require the following before graduation:

0.5 "Ethics" course, as noted on the program checklists (see department).
2.0 designated essay courses (E, F, or G), 1.0 at the senior level.
1.0 course from each of Categories A, B, and C.