Academic Calendar - 2018

Western University Academic Calendar. - 2018

King's

Specialization SPECIALIZATION IN ORGANIZATIONAL AND HUMAN RESOURCES
Economics, Business, and Mathematics



Admission Requirements


Students applying for a BMOS SPECIALIZATION must have

a) an overall average of at least 70% on the last 5.0 courses completed;
b) obtained a passing grade for each course required for admission to the module, and a passing grade for all option courses; and
c) a minimum cumulative average of 65%.


5.0 first-year courses:

1.0 course from: Business Administration 1220E.
1.0 course: Psychology 1000, Psychology 1000W/X.
1.0 course from: Sociology 1020, Sociology 1020W/X, Sociology 1021E.
1.0 course from: Mathematics 1225A/B, Mathematics 1228A/B, Mathematics 1229A/B, Mathematics 1230A/B; Calculus 1000A/B, Calculus 1301A/B, Calculus 1501A/B; Mathematics 1600A/B; Statistical Sciences 1024A/B*.
1.0** course in any subject numbered 1000-1999 (MOS 1033A/B is strongly recommended).

Notes:
*Students wishing to transfer to a BMOS Honors degree must have the proper Mathematics prerequisites for advanced economics courses. ie., 0.5 from Calculus 1000A/B, or Mathematics 1225A/B and 0.5 from Calculus 1301A/B, Calculus 1501A/B, Mathematics 1229A/B or Mathematics 1600A/B.
**Students requiring Mathematics 0110A/B may include this course with permission from the Department.

Note: Students enrolled at another Affiliated University College or the Constituent University must meet the admission requirements in order to transfer into a BMOS SPECIALIZATION at King's.

Module/Program Information


Module
11.5 courses

1.0 course normally taken in second year: Business Administration 2257 or MOS 2227A/B and MOS 2228A/B.
1.0 course from: Economics 2122A/B, Economics 2123A/B; Statistical Sciences 2035.
0.5 course from: MOS 2155A/B, MOS 2181A/B.
0.5 course from: MOS 2255A/B, MOS 2285A/B.
2.5 courses: MOS 2220F/G, MOS 3310A/B, MOS 3320A/B, MOS 3330A/B, MOS 3370A/B.
0.5 course from: MOS 3401F/G; Philosophy 2074F/G, Philosophy 2075F/G, Philosophy 2700F/G.
1.5 courses: MOS 4410A/B, MOS 4470A/B, MOS 4485F/G.
3.0 courses from: MOS 3331A/B, MOS 3332A/B, MOS 3342A/B, MOS 3343A/B, MOS 3344A/B, MOS 3352F/G, MOS 3383A/B, MOS 3384A/B.
1.0 courses from: MOS 2275A/B, MOS 2290A/B-2292A/B, MOS 3341F/G, MOS 3355F/G, MOS 3356F/G, MOS Special Topics at 3000 level or above; Psychology 2061A/B, Sociology 2145A/B, Sociology 3314F/G, Sociology 3316F/G, the former Sociology 3315F/G.

Students require 1.0 Category B (Arts and Humanities) if not already completed, and 2.0 designated essay courses including 1.0 numbered 2000-4999, prior to graduation.

Notes:
1. Selected Topics courses for the Specialization must be approved for relevancy prior to enrolment.
2. All BMOS students must complete 1.0 designated essay course at the senior level, and 1.0 Category B.
3. Courses required for the Canadian Human Resource Profession (CHRP) designation may be taken as part of this module. See BMOS Academic Counselling for further information.


Progression


Progression Requirements

To progress in the BMOS SPECIALIZATION, students must

a) maintain a minimum cumulative average of 65%
b) obtain a minimum sessional average of 60% in the fall/winter term*

* Sessional averages are calculated in May, after the fall/winter term.
In order to be readmitted to the BMOS SPECIALIZATION, students must complete 5.0 additional courses in another discipline, achieve a minimum average of 70% in their last 5.0 courses, and have a cumulative average of 65%.

Graduation Requirements

Students must obtain a minimum overall average of 65% on the 20.0 courses to be counted for graduation. Students with advanced standing must achieve an overall average of 65% on courses completed at Western.

Among, or in addition to the module requirements for the different streams, all BMOS Four-Year Specialization students require the following before graduation:

0.5 "Ethics" course, as noted in the module requirements.
2.0 designated essay courses (E, F, or G), 1.0 at the senior level.
1.0 course from each of Categories A, B, and C.