A bachelor’s degree is a four-year undergraduate degree and is the standard for higher education throughout most of the world. Bachelor’s degrees can be earned at state universities, at private universities, at community colleges and via online universities.
The activity of selling and buying services and goods, typically on a large scale, is known as commerce. It encompasses everything from systems of economics to politics to culture. In short, it affects the business prospects of an economy.
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Morocco's new strategy for the development of foreign trade "Maroc Export Plus", including the creation of one-stop shops for foreign trade, aims to provide exporting enterprises with strategic opportunities to be seized and facilitating measures to be used [+]
Choose a Bachelor’s degree program that will ensure your future success in the world of international fashion and luxury retail [+]
The Bachelor of Commerce programme is a blend of both theoretical and practical, with an emphasis on applied knowledge and skills. With any of the three majors you will develop general management skills (e.g. communication, presentation, interpersonal and problem solving skills) in addition to the specific business skills for your major. [+]
The course is divided into seven sections: (1) introduction; (2) how markets work; (3) markets and welfare; (4) economics of the public sector; (5) firm behavior and organization of industry; (6) economics of labor markets; and (7) topics for further study. [+]
UOW is at the forefront of modern universities demonstrated by its global rankings for the best modern universities in the QS Top 50 Under 50 Rankings 2015 and the Times Higher Education Top 100 Under 50 Rankings 2015. Academic support and excellent teaching quality put UOW graduates on a trajectory for career-success and give them the opportunity to give back to their communities. In fact, for the ninth year in a row UOW is ranked in the top 1% of universities in the QS World University Rankings Graduate Employers survey 2015/2016. [+]
The Bachelor of Commerce (Business Management) degree is aimed at the development of managers who need to understand the importance of socio-economic transformation for South Africa. [+]
This Bachelor's Degree Programme provides students with a flexible and multi-purpose education, based on a grounding in economic, mathematical-statistical, business and legal issues, in order to have a general overview of economic phenomena. [+]
Commerce and Marketing provides fundamental business and economic knowledge that offers an unrivalled range of potential directions of career and further training. Students can develop their skills during practical trainings in groups with the guidance of recognized industry experts through tasks provided by leading companies. [+]
The Bachelor of Commerce is a three-year programme comprising twenty-four courses of which eight courses are at 100-level, eight courses are at 200-level and eight courses are at 300-level including two 100-level and two 200-level university courses. [+]
The Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) program in Dayananda Sagar University is designed to bridge the gap between conceptual learning and practical application to inculcate professional corporate expertise. [+]
Learners exiting from this programme will be able to demonstrate management knowledge, skills and applied competency in a large number of fields of the Economic and Management Sciences specifically directed to the private sector. [+]
At Odette, we believe that a business degree is only as good as the opportunities it opens up for you to reach your career goals. That’s why our Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) program provides you with an integrated foundation in all areas of business while fostering development of problem solving, critical thinking, and communication skills. [+]
The Bachelor of Commerce program is delivered in a 2 + 2 format. Students complete two years of pre-commerce and other elective courses during their first two years at UVic. [+]
Bachelor of Commerce Program (BCom)
The Bachelor of Commerce program is delivered in a 2 + 2 format. Students complete two years of pre-commerce and other elective courses during their first two years at UVic. Their final two years are spent immersed in business courses within the Gustavson School of Business. Students complete core business curriculum in year three and develop expertise in an area of specialization (International Business, Entrepreneurship, Service Management) in year four. Studies are interspersed with three co-op work terms and students can choose to spend a term on exchange in a non-English speaking country.
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The Bachelor Degree in International Hotel Management program is intended for candidates who have successfully passed high school studies [+]
Want a career in commerce but still undecided on your field of interest? Our Bachelor of Commerce gives you the flexibility to choose a major from anywhere in the University while acquiring professional skills in your chosen business area. [+]