Study Pathways

Based on pre-admission qualifications, the majority of students will follow one of the following two pathways and be pre-enrolled in Business Core courses.

Pathway 2 is for students with strong Math background and those interested in BSc and IPO programs. Those admitted to these programs will follow their major study pathways starting from the 3rd term.

Pathway 1

Year 1 Fall Term (1st term)Year 1 Spring Term (2nd term)Year 2 Fall Term (3rd term)
ECON 2113 or Common Core (3 credits) ECON 2103 or Common Core (3 credits) ECON 2123 or Common Core (3 credits)
ACCT 2010 (3 credits) ISOM 2500 (3 credits) FINA 2303 (3 credits)
MATH 1003 or MATH 1013 (3 credits) (ISOM 2010 & ISOM 2700) or 
(MARK 2120 & MGMT 2110) (6 credits)
(ISOM 2010 & ISOM 2700) or 
(MARK2120 & MGMT 2110) (6 credits)
MGMT 2010 (2 credits) LANG 1003 (3 credits) LABU 2040 or LABU 2060 (3 credits)
LANG 1002 (3 credits) HLTH 1010 (0 credit) -
SBMT 1111 (0 credit) - -
HLTH 1010 (0 credit) - -
 - - -
14 credits 15 credits 15 credits

Pathway 2

Year 1 Fall Term (1st term)Year 1 Spring Term (2nd term)Year 2 Fall Term (3rd term)
ECON 2113 or Common Core (3 credits) ECON 2103 or Common Core (3 credits) ECON 2123 or Common Core (3 credits)
ACCT 2010 (3 credits) FINA 2303 (3 credits) ISOM 2700 (3 credits)
ISOM 2500 (3 credits) ISOM 2010 (3 credits) MARK 2120 (3 credits)
MATH 1013 (3 credits) MGMT 2010 (2 credits) MGMT 2110 (3 credits)
LANG 1002 (3 credits) LANG 1003 (3 credits) LABU 2040 or LABU 2060 (3 credits)
SBMT 1111 (0 credit) - -
HLTH 1010 (0 credit) HLTH 1010 (0 credit) -
15 credits 14 credits 15 credits

Note 1: For Senior Year Entry or Direct Entry students with credit transfer in English and Mathematics and at least 15 transferred credits in total, the study pathway may be different Please contact Academic Affairs and Advising Counselor (AAAC) for advice.
Note 2: Students will be required to register for the Common Core Courses, LABU2040, LABU2060 and MGMT2130 (normally taken in Year 3).
Note 3: Majority of students select their majors at the end of the 3rd term. In the 4th term, students will be pre-enrolled in ACCT2200 and ECON2123 (if not taken in the 3rd term) and will follow their major study pathway for the 4th term.
Note 4: Students admitted to BSc Programs are not required to take ACCT 2200, ISOM2700, MARK2120 and MGMT2110.