4401 University Drive, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada | Public University | Established 1975
|About this course|
With a combined BA/BMgt or a BSc/BMgt degree, you can explore a multitude of interests and careers. For example, if you are interested in managing an art gallery, you can major in art and general management. If sports marketing ignites your passion, you can major in kinesiology and marketing. The Combined BA/BMgt or BSc/BMgt degree program takes five years (50 courses) to complete and leads to the conferral of two degrees.
Bachelor of Arts - Canadian Studies
Economics is the social science that provides comprehension of the meaning and relevance of human action under conditions of scarcity. Economists work to understand unalterable laws of economizing behavior, the knowledge of which helps each of us achieve goals which are individual, time, place and circumstance specific. In other words, the study of economics enables a more effective use of scarce resources such as the time and talent people have available, the land, buildings, equipment, and other tools on hand, and the knowledge of how to combine them to create products and services to satisfy human wants.
Economics is a value-free science. It never tells a person how to act; it merely shows how a person must act if they want to attain definite ends.
Bachelor of Management - Economics
What does it mean to be Canadian? What makes our society different from and similar to others around the world? How do we, as Canadians, express our identities? Understanding who we are as Canadians begins with a thorough knowledge of the places, people and ideas that form our daily lives.
The program gives you the flexibility to take courses in disciplines that interest you, while focusing on Canadian issues and Canada’s place in the world. Learn about the history, people, industry and politics of Canada, as well as our unique institutions, policies and identities.
You will be exposed to various social, religious, geographical, political, cultural, economic, educational and legal perspectives. Study complex issues such as bilingualism and biculturalism, and examine their relevance to our modern, multicultural nation. This multidisciplinary major draws heavily on the humanities and the social sciences and is delivered by the Departments of History, Economics, English, Modern Languages, Native American Studies, and Political Science.
Canadian Studies will provide you with valuable skills and knowledge for your career — whether within the non-profit, public or private sectors. Whatever your career path, you will develop outstanding analytical skills from this multidisciplinary approach to learning.
* Note: Additional fees may apply
** All fees are subject to change without notice
|Tuition & fees||CAD 18,600|
|Cost of Living||10,000|
|Book and Supply Fees||2,500|
|Students’ Union Fees||896|
|Student Administrative Fees||418|
|International Health Centre Fees||74|
|Entry requirements for this course|
Min GPA: 65.0% Convert grades
English Proficiency Requirements:
For direct admission, applicant must be from an English speaking country or meet either of the following English test scores:
This program does NOT offer conditional admission
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