Bachelor of Commerce

Bachelor of Commerce

Why this program is for you

The Sobey BComm is ideal for students with diverse interests looking for a Commerce degree that is international, rigorous, and flexible. The program supports students in creating success on their own terms.


Jingyi (Claire) Hou, BComm studentRenowned for producing excellent business leaders, our program provides students with a strong foundation in general business knowledge and skills, a wide range of specialization options, and extensive opportunities for "hands-on" experience, active learning and interaction with the business community.

The Benefits

  • Highly flexible with ability to study full or part-time.
  • We offer 10 majors and 2 certificate programs — more choices than any other business program in the Atlantic Provinces.
  • Opportunities and funding to travel and study with an international exchange in one of 40 countries around the world.
  • Apply what you learn to real business challenges through case competitions, co-op placements, volunteer opportunities, and more.
  • Make investment decisions and manage real money with the IMPACT Program, our student-run investment fund of $400,000.
  • Join a worldwide network of Sobey Bachelor of Commerce alumni — an extensive group of more than 4,000 professional contacts and mentors from around the world.

Study at the largest Canadian business school east of Quebec, while enjoying being part of the supportive Saint Mary’s University community with international flavour. Live in Halifax, the commercial, cultural and recreational hub of Atlantic Canada and a growing centre for innovation and investment.

Admission Requirements

Canadian Students Admission Requirements

Admission Requirements for International Students

Saint Mary’s University is pleased to automatically consider those registered by March 15 for entrance scholarships. Find more information here.

Application Deadlines and Key Dates

  • September, January, May, July
  • Complete applications received by this date automatically considered for renewable entrance scholarships.
  • Registration for the September and January terms begins