Students from around the world choose to study at the Edwards School of Business because we offer hands-on experiential learning in every area of study. You go beyond analyzing cases and into communities, graduating with legitimate consulting experience on your résumé.
Our 4-year B.Comm. the degree helps students develop the critical thinking, problem-solving, communication and teamwork skills that employers demand. In 2017, 93% of graduates were employed in their field within 6 months of graduation.
At Edwards, we have a dedicated student advisory team which means you can book an appointment to see an advisor within a day (using our online booking system). We also offer same-day drop-in service for quick questions.
Our young, vibrant faculty consistently earn prestigious teaching awards, attesting to their investment in your learning.
Join us today and experience all that Edwards has to offer!
Apply for Admission
Join the business program when you're ready - we offer admission for Fall and Winter starts.
January of each year
September 1 of each year(International Students)
December 1 of each year (Canadian Residents)
September of each year
May 1 of each year
Online Business Class
High school students (and those studying at a U of S regional college) can now complete their first business class online. We offer COMM 101: Introduction to Business twice per academic year and high school students can receive dual credit for Introduction to Business 30L.
New students can transfer up to 60 credits of coursework from another college or institution*. In most cases, transfer credit is assessed on a course-by-course basis but Edwards also has block transfer credit agreements with the following programs:
Aboriginal Financial Officers' Association (AFOA)
Business Administration Certificate (BAC), University of Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT)
*Note: Current students who wish to visit another institution and transfer courses to the Edwards B.Comm. degree must request permission prior to registration.
Second Degree Programs
Business and Law
Business and Agriculture
Business and Arts & Science
Academic advising is a partnership and shared responsibility between each student and their advisor. It helps students develop an educational plan that fits their abilities, interests, personal circumstances, and career goals.
Prospective students receive one-on-one guidance on undergrad and certificate business programs, university services and referrals to other units on campus.