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4.2.5 Combined BSc (Engineering)/BComm Program

A five-year combined degree program consisting of the requirements of both programs as outlined below. Depending on the major and/or program enhancements (e.g. specialization, minor, internship) selected, additional coursework and time-to-completion may be necessary. Majors are available in: Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Geomatics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Software Engineering.

Given the arrangement of coursework required in this combined degree, students interested in pursuing work experience will apply for admission into the continuous 12-16 month Engineering Internship Program (EIP), rather than separate Co-operative Education placements through the business school.


Students wishing to pursue this combination are referred to the Schulich School of Engineering sections 4.1-4.8 for Engineering courses, and 4.1.4 BComm Graduation Requirements where program and course requirements may be found.

In this combined degree, Digital Engineering 319 and Mathematics 211 replace Statistics 213 and 217, and Mathematics 275 replaces Mathematics 249 or 265. Consequently, Statistics 213 and 217, and Mathematics 249 or 265 cannot be used to satisfy other requirements of the combined degree program.

Normally, courses taken to satisfy the Schulich School of Engineering Major Program in the combined degree may be used, respective of level, to satisfy some or all of the non-commerce breadth requirements in the Bachelor of Commerce program. Details are available from advisors in Haskayne Undergraduate Student Services and the Schulich School of Engineering.