Bachelor of Management (B.Mgt.)

The traditional Bachelor of Management undergraduate degree is a 40-course program. It gives you a liberal education background combined with professional study in business and prepares you for a career in industry, education, government and more.

Admission Requirements

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Management (B.Mgt.) degree program is limited and fulfilment of the minimum admission requirements does not guarantee admission. The Dhillon School of Business reserves the right of selection of all applicants for admission and readmission based on admission average. In addition to the general admission requirements, applicants to the B.Mgt. program must satisfactorily complete the following Alberta high school math course, University of Lethbridge’s Mathematics 0500, or equivalent:

Major Additional Admission Requirement
Quantitative Majors: Accounting, Economics, Finance Mathematics 30-1
Non-Quantitative Majors: All other Management majors One of: Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2

Majors

A major is a specific set of courses you can specialize in within your degree. For a Bachelor of Management or certificate program, a major must be selected at the time of application to the University. For combined degrees, two majors must be declared—one major for each degree sought. Not all majors are offered in all programs.

The Dhillon School of Business offers the following Bachelor of Management majors:

Accounting Program planning guide
Agricultural Enterprise Management* Program planning guide
Computer Science* Program planning guide
Economics* Program planning guide
Finance Program planning guide
General Management Program planning guide
Human Resource Management and Labour Relations Program planning guide
Indigenous Governance and Business Management* Program planning guide

International Management*

Program planning guide
Marketing Program planning guide
Political Science* Program planning guide

*Lethbridge campus only

 

Minors

Once you have chosen your major, consider the option of working toward a secondary area of focus. A minor will let you explore more than one academic interest, enhance your resume and be recognized on your transcript.