Students may elect to pursue a General BComm degree rather than taking specific fourth-year courses leading to one of the structured concentration areas. These students are able to pick "concentration" courses selected from two or more of these areas in virtually any combination desired.
The generalist orientation of this degree enables graduates to succeed in a range of diverse industries and positions. Organizations seek candidates who have relevant education, related work and volunteer experience, extracurricular activities and who take responsibility for the direction of their careers.
Specific application of these skills is dependent on the role:
Please note some of these positions may require further training, certification or education. Check out the occupational profiles to review the full details for the occupations that interest you at alis.alberta.ca/occinfo
Formal Career Assessments like the Strong Interest Inventory and the Myers Briggs Type Indicator can be helpful tools for your career development. These assessments have been used for decades to help individuals choose a major, explore career options during and upon completion of a degree and to further understand yourself in relationship to the world of work. Inquire with Career Services if you are interested in these formal assessments.
Haskayne Career Centre
Scurfield Hall, 350