OXFORD COLLEGE OF BUSINESS IS PROUD TO PARTNER WITH UNIVERSITY CANADA WEST (UCW) FOR ACADEMIC PATHWAYS INTO THEIR BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (BCOM) PROGRAM.
Earn a world-class bachelor’s degree from University of Canada West. The Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) will provide you with a broad foundation of knowledge of contemporary business and its practices. Based in Vancouver, Canada, this ACBSP-accredited degree prepares you for a successful career in business or management, where you will contribute constructively to a global economy.
UCW’s BCom program has also received the NCMA designation from CIM | Chartered Managers Canada.
As a student of UCW’s Bachelor of Commerce program, you will have a broad understanding of contemporary business practices, know how to conduct business in a multicultural environment, have the ability to use interdisciplinary approaches to solve problems and create new business opportunities and be able to use critical thinking to analyze and interpret information to make informed decisions.
Complete the one year University Foundation program at Oxford College of Business and then go on to complete your BCom degree at UCW.
Why choose UCW’s Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)
- Canada ranked #1 country in the world for quality of life
- Flexible and affordable options allow you to fit studying into your busy schedule
- Built around practical learning experiences that deliver immediate workplace impact
- Join and connect with the UCW Community and Vancouver business networks
- Internationally recognized and industry-aligned
- Highly supportive faculty and student services
The Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) provides you with a broad foundation of contemporary business knowledge and practices. Its courses are designed to provide a breadth of business perspective and skills, building your core skills in writing, research and team performance.
The BCom program follows a course framework of four tiers, allowing you to progress efficiently. Team activities are an intrinsic part of many courses and build skills vital for professional success. You will learn through a combination of the following methods:
- Lectures and class discussions
- Studying academic literature
- Looking closely at case studies
- Team activities