Program Options for Non-Business Students
New elective course for non-business studentsJMSB has developed a new elective course for non-business students. Introduction to Financial Management (FINA 455F) is offered through eConcordia. For more information please click here.
Add a business component to your degreeThe following interdisciplinary programs are designed for non-business students seeking insight into the exciting world of business. Basic business knowledge is an excellent compliment to any area of study. Courses offered within JMSB are available to non-business students up to a maximum of six credits per term, 30 credits total.
- BA/BSc in Actuarial Mathematics
- Minor in Business Studies
- Marketing Elective Group*
- Basics of Business Elective Group*
- Management Elective Group*
Additional Popular Business Electives
|ACCO 230||Introduction to Financial Accounting|
|ACCO 240||Introduction to Managerial Accounting|
|ADMI 201||Introduction to Administration|
|ADMI 202||Perspective on Canadian Business*|
|COMM 299M||Marketing Yourself*|
|DESC 200||Fundamentals of Information Technology|
|FINA 210||Introduction to Real Estate*|
|FINA 200||Personal Finance*|
|MARK 201||Introduction to Marketing|
|MANA 201||Introduction to Administration|
|MANA 202||Human Behaviour in Organizations|
|MANA 211||Introduction to Business and Management|
|MANA 298||Business Law|
|MANA 299||Sustainable Management|
|MANA 300||Entrepreneurship: Launching Your Business|
*JMSB courses offered online through econcordia.ca.
For complete course descriptions, please browse the Undergraduate Calendar.
To view program options for non-business students, please see the calendar
Please note that since Non-Business students can only register for a maximum of 30 credits within the John Molson School of Business, students registered in the Minor in Business Studies, the BCompSc Information Systems Option, or the BSc Specialization in Physics/Marketing cannot register for the Basics of Business elective group. It is not open to BComm or BAdmin students, and not all elective-group credits are transferable to the BComm or BAdmin program.