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Bachelor & Master of Management: Dual Degree Program


Intake
  • Winter 1

Study Options
  • Co-Op
  • Program Start Date
    September
  • Campuses
    Vancouver

    Resources

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    City of Vancouver
  • Length
    4.5 Years (Intensive Study & Scheduling)
  • Tuition Estimate
    (domestic students)
    $195 per credit (year one) + $285 (years two to five)
  • Book & Supplies Cost Estimates
    $1,700 per year
  • Credential Granted
    • Bachelor's Degree
    • Master's - Other Subject Areas
  • Learning Method Options
    Face-to-Face

Learning Method Option:

  • Face-to-Face: Program is fully delivered in class with face-to-face interaction
  • Online: Program is fully delivered online
  • Blended (Face-to-Face + Online): Program is delivered using a combination of face-to-face and online learning
  • Off-site: All or part of program is delivered in a physical location away from regular classroom/campus

Looking for ways to fund your education? Check out UBCV's financial aid and awards page.

Application Deadline Advice

Applications must be submitted by January 15 for September entry. Early application is recommended. Confirm dates with UBC.
Exceptions of certain programs are available on UBC Vancouver Academic Calendar 2022/23.

Application Fee: $74.25 (domestic); $125.25 (international)

1) Program Admission Requirements

Academic

1. To be eligible to apply, you must fall in one of the below three categories:

Option #1: First Year Entry

Option #2: Second Year Entry

Option #3: Third Year Entry

High school graduates applying for and meet the entry requirements of an eligible UBC undergraduate degree listed in the table below.

One of:

  • Current first-year UBC students with a sessional average of minimum 76% enrolled in eligible undergraduate program listed in the table below
  • Transfer students from other colleges or universities who are transferring to UBC into second-year status.

One of:

  • Current second-year UBC students with a sessional average of minimum 76% enrolled in eligible undergraduate program listed in the table below
  • Transfer students from other colleges or universities who are transferring to UBC into third-year status.


2. Meet the program entry into one of the below programs*:

Faculty/School

Programs

Faculty of Arts

  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts

Faculty of Forestry

  • BSc in Wood Products Processing
  • BSc in Forest Sciences
  • BSc in Natural Resources Conservation
  • Bachelor of Science in Forestry

Faculty of Land and Food Systems

  • BSc in Food, Nutrition and Health
  • BSc in Global Resource Systems
  • BSc in Applied Biology
  • BSc in Food and Resource Economics

Faculty of Science

  • Bachelor of Science

School of Kinesiology

  • Bachelor of Kinesiology

School of Music

  • Bachelor of Music


Note(*): Check degree-specific admission requirements in the Academic Calendar (for students following the Canadian Secondary School Curriculum) and/or UBC's admissions website (for all applicant categories)

Non-Academic:

Admission Advice:

1. Applicants of the UBC Bachelor + Master of Management (B+MM) Dual Degree will need to submit two applications: one to UBC and another to UBC Sauder for the UBC B+MM Dual Degree.

2. The Master of Management Dual Degree Option is not open to students in the Bachelor of International Economics and the Bachelor of Commerce Program.

3. The Bachelor & Master of Management Dual Degree selection process is competitive and rigorous. Admission into the Master of Management Dual Degree Option is granted to a limited number of top applicant each year. 

4. Applicants who are not accepted into the Master of Management Dual Degree Option will be considered for admission to the Undergraduate Program without the Dual Degree Option.

5.  A limited number of students at UBC or transfer applicants may be accepted on a competitive basis into the UBC Bachelor + Master of Management (B+MM) Dual Degree Option starting in year two or three of their undergraduate program. This is conditional on spaces available in the Program. 

6. For details, please visit the UBC Academic Calendar and program website.


 

2) Institution Admission Requirements

Applicants also have to satisfy UBCV's institution admission requirements as listed below.

English Language Requirements

One of the following (minimum scores):

  • four or more consecutive years of recognized, full-time education in English within Canada immediately prior to attending UBC
  • four or more consecutive years of full-time education in English in a country other than Canada where English is the principal language. These four years must be immediately prior to attending UBC
  • four or more years at an eligible international secondary school that uses English as the language of instruction but operates in a country where the primary language is not English. These four years must be immediately prior to attending UBC.
  • A 70% grade or better on the provincial examination portion of BC English 12 (achived August 2019 or earlier) or Alberta English Language Arts 30-1, or equivalents
  • A grade of 4 on Advanced Placement (AP) English Language and Composition or AP Literature and Composition
  • A grade of 5 on International Baccalaureate (IB) English A (higher or standard level)
  • Achieve the competence standard indicated by one of the tests of English language proficiency that evaluates skills in listening, reading, speaking, and writing:
    • CAEL score of 70 overall
    • Campbridge English Qualifications score of 180
    • CEL (UBC Certificate in English) score of 600 
    • IELTS score of 6.5 overall, with no part less than a 6.0
    • PTE score of 65 overall, with a 60 in each of the sub-sections: Reading, Listening, Writing, and Speaking
    • An internet based TOEFL or TOEFL iBt Home Edition score of 90 overall with a:
      • 22 in reading
      • 22 in listening
      • 21 in writing
      • 21 in speaking
    • Duolingo English Test (DET) overall score of 125, where video and writing sample should also demonstrate a strong command of English language (note: DET is accepted only for students in countries where no other English proficiency test is available)
  • Six credits of post-secondary first-year English studies at a recognized university in an English-speaking country (note: transcript showing course completion must be submitted by February 15)
  • Graduation from a recognized degree program at an accredited university where English is the primary language of instruction in an English-speaking country
  • Achieve a UBC Certificate in English Language or CEL by completing Level 600 of the UBC Continuing Studies English for Academic Purposes program on UBC’s Vancouver campus

If you are proficient in English, but do not meet the above requirements, you can request a waiver for the English Language Admission Standard. 

Verify information with the UBC directly

General Admission Requirements (All Students)

All students must meet UBC's English Language Competency Standard. There are nine different ways to meet this requirement, such as completing three or more consecutive years of full-time education in English in Canada. For complete details, please check the English Language Competency Requirement page.

You must meet the specific admission requirements of your intended program. The program-specific admission requirements are detailed within each program profile in EducationPlannerBC's Undergraduate Program Search Database for UBC-Vancouver Campus. 

BC Secondary School (or equivalent)

You must meet the specific admission requirements of your intended program. The program-specific admission requirements are detailed within each program profile in EducationPlannerBC's Undergraduate Program Search Database for UBC-Vancouver Campus. 

Click here for details for BC high school graduates.

Click here for details for Yukon high school graduates.

 

Out-of-Province

You must meet the specific admission requirements of your intended program. The program-specific admission requirements are detailed within each program profile in EducationPlannerBC's Undergraduate Program Search Database for UBC-Vancouver Campus. 

For details on admission for Secondary School graduates from other provinces, please check here (and select your Province in the drop-down menu).

BC Transfer Student

To apply to UBC as a transfer student, you are strongly encouraged to have completed 24 transferable credits – with at least a C average (60% where 50% is a passing grade), or a grade point of 2.0. Use the BC Transfer Guide and/or UBC Transfer Credit Search Tool to see how courses from your institution transfer to UBC.

For details on university and college transfer to UBC, please refer to this page.

Out-of-Province Transfer Student

To apply to UBC as a transfer student, you are strongly encouraged to have completed 24 transferable credits – with at least a C average (60% where 50% is a passing grade), or a grade point of 2.0. Use the UBC Transfer Credit Search Tool to see how courses from your institution transfer to UBC.

For details on university and college transfer to UBC, please refer to this page.

Mature Student

For admission purpose, mature students are defined as someone who have been out of full-time formal education for at least four years and satisfy the English language requirement and degree-specific requirements.

Click here for further details on Mature Student admission at UBC.

International Student

For details on International Student admission at UBC, please check here.

Other Student (including Special Consideration)

For Canadian Aboriginal Students:
Most Indigenous students are admitted based on their competitive average. However, UBC offers a number of pathways to a post-secondary degree. Details on admission requirements for Canadian Aboriginal Students are found here

For Visiting Students:
Details for studying at UBC as a Visiting Student are found here.

 

How to Apply

Visit the Applying to UBC page for more information on UBC’s application process.

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