Brescia University College offers a 20.0 course Bachelor of Management and Organizational Studies Degree (BMOS), as an Honors Specialization or Double Major (BMOS Honors Degree), or a Specialization (BMOS Four-Year Degree), providing students with a four-year degree that combines management courses with a broad background in the social sciences and liberal arts.
Students applying to MOS with the Ontario Four-Year Grade 12 curriculum must complete an Ontario Secondary School Diploma including: completion of six Grade 12U or M courses, including English (ENG4U) and two of either Advanced Functions (MHF4U), Calculus and Vectors (MCV4U) and Math of Data Management (MDM4U).
Students may not apply into any of the BMOS modules when they apply for admission to the University. After first year, students registered in MOS may apply to a BMOS Specialization (BMOS Four-Year Degree) if a 65% cumulative average is attained. After first year, students registered in MOS who wish to apply to the BMOS Honors Degree (Honors Specialization or Double Major) must meet the Admission Requirements for the module they wish to apply to. Enrolment in BMOS modules is limited. Meeting of minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.
BMOS students applying to transfer from another Affiliated University College or Main Campus may apply with the stated first-year requirements from that campus and must meet admission requirements.
NOTE: Second year (or above) students seeking admission into one of the Food Management modules may be admitted without the 1.0 math requirement if all other module requirements are met and the 1.0 math requirement is complete by the end of the first year in the module. It is recommended that Foods and Nutrition students seeking admission take Mathematics 1229A/B and Mathematics 1228A/B to fulfill the math module requirements.
BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES (BMOS) HONORS DEGREE
The essential modules in the 20.0 course BMOS HONORS DEGREE must include either an HONORS SPECIALIZATION OR DOUBLE MAJOR. The Honors Double Major must include one of the three Majors in combination with another Major module from a discipline other than MOS.