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Brock's Goodman School of Business by design delivers a comprehensive undergraduate business education.
The Bachelor of Accounting (BAcc)  and Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)  programs require students to study the full range of business functions in addition to permitting considerable specialization. They are designed so that you can become a deep generalist: you gain a strong foundation in the fundamentals of business during your first two years and develop a deep knowledge of your specialization in the last two years.
The Bachelor of Business Administration Co-op International Dual Degree  allows students to earn two degrees over a four year time period by completing their studies both at Brock University and at EBS Business School in Germany.
All programs include a co-op option  - providing you with the opportunity to apply your skills and knowledge in the workforce and to open doors to rewarding careers.
Your first two years of study provide you with a strong foundation for your future success. These courses ensure that you develop a broad understanding of the field of Business. With this strong base, you can then determine the business area in which you wish to focus. Your last two years of study allow you to concentrate and develop important expertise in your field of choice.
In BBA, this includes specific concentrations  in: Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, General Management, Human Resource Management, Information Systems, International Business, Marketing, Operations Management and Public Administration.
In BAcc, through specialized study in accounting, you can qualify for specific professional designations  to become a Chartered Accountant (CA), a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) or a Certified General Accountant (CGA).
Academic advising is an important key to success. At Brock we have three full-time Academic Advisers in the Goodman School of Business and a Career Coordinator to assist you in working towards your academic and career goals.
Our Academic Advisers will help you to understand the academic structure at Brock and to realize the variety of options available to you. They will assist you in understanding the requirements necessary to complete your degree, inform you about appropriate course sequences and course content and provide information about graduate school, professional designations and career opportunities. They can be contacted through the Goodman School of Business Student Portal .