Faculty of Social Science - DAN Management & Organizational Studies

Enrolment in the BMOS Honours Specialization modules is limited. Meeting of minimal requirements does not guarantee admission.

**5.0 first-year courses: **

*After first year*, students may apply for admission upon completion of 5.0 first -year requirements with no failures. Students must have an average of at least 73% on, and no grade less than 60% in, the following **3.0 principal courses**:

1.0 course : MOS 1021A/B and MOS 1023A/B;

1.0 course from : Calculus 1000A/B, Calculus 1301A/B, Calculus 1500A/B, Calculus 1501A/B; Mathematics 1225A/B, Mathematics 1228A/B, Mathematics 1229A/B, Mathematics 1600A/B; and

1.0 course: numbered 1000- 1999.

As well as:

1.0 course : Economics 1021A/B and Economics 1022A/B; and

1.0 course numbered 1000 -1999 from: Social Science.

**Note**: *Students who have not taken Ontario Secondary School MCV4U (Calculus and Vectors) must also take Mathematics 0110A/B.

**Note**: *When considering a course/module in another discipline, please check the Mathematics requirements(s). Students are responsible for ensuring they have completed the Mathematics and other entry requirements and prerequisites of the modules/courses they wish to take.

Note: After first year, Affiliated University College students require the completion of 5.0 courses with an overall cumulative average of 70%, in addition to the above.

*After second year*, students applying for a BMOS HONOURS SPECIALIZATION must have:

a) achieved an average of at least 73% on the last 5.0 courses;

b) achieved an average of 73% on the 3.0 principal courses required f or the module;

c) achieved a cumulative modular average of 70%;

d) obtained a minimum grade of 60% in each course required for the module;

e) obtained a passing grade in each elective course;

f) Main Campus Students: a minimum cumulative average of 65%, or

Affiliated College Students: a minimum cumulative average of 70%.

**Module**

11.0 courses:

**1.0 course**: Business Administration 2257. **1.0 course** from: MOS 2242A/B and 0.5 MOS 2000- level or above; or Economics 2122A/B and Economics 2123A/B; or Psychology 2820E; or Sociology 2205A/B and Sociology 2206A/B; or Statistical Sciences 2035. **0.5 course**: Law 2201A/B. **3.0 courses**: MOS 2181A/B, MOS 2275A/B, MOS 2310A/B *, MOS 3367A/B, MOS 3370A/B, MOS 3475A/B. **1.0 course**: Economics 2150A/B, Economics 2176A/B. **0.5 course** from: MOS 2320A/B *, MOS 3330A/B. **1.0 course**: Political Science 2546F/G, Political Science 2547F/G. **3.0 courses**: MOS 3352F/G, MOS 4375A/B, MOS 4467A/B, MOS 4468A/B, MOS 4469A/B, MOS 4410A/B.

Note: *Students interested in pursuing an HBA Degree at the Richard Ivey School of Business must defer MOS 2310A/B and MOS 2320A/B until Year 3. These two courses will not count towards the 10.0 credits required for admission to the HBA Program and are discouraged for those students continuing on to the Richard Ivey School of Business. Students continuing in MOS must complete MOS 2310A/B and MOS 2320A/B in Year 3 prior to enrolling in MOS courses for which these courses are the prerequisite.

To remain in a BMOS HONOURS SPECIALIZATION, students must maintain a cumulative modular average of 70%; obtain a minimum grade of 60% in each course required for the module; obtain a passing grade in each elective course; and, maintain a cumulative av erage of 65%. Students who fail to meet these progression requirements may be eligible to apply to a BMOS Specialization or to another program.

To graduate from a BMOS HONOURS SPECIALIZATION, students must achieve a minimum cumulative modular average of 70% with a minimum mark of 60% in each course, obtain a passing grade in each elective course, and maintain a minimum overall average of 65% on the 20.0 courses counted towards the BMOS HONOURS SPECIALIZATION Degree. Students with advanced standing must achieve an overall average of 65% on courses completed at Western. All students require 2.0 designated essay courses (E, F or G; at least 1.0 of whic h must be a senior course numbered 2000- 4999) and 1.0 course from each of the Categories A, B and C.