About mm dd

Ambitious and driven?
You've come to the right place.

The first of its kind, the UBC Bachelor + Master of Management (B+MM) Dual Degree gives you the chance to obtain both a Bachelor's degree in a non-business faculty, and a business-oriented Master of Management in just 4.5 years.

You'll graduate with business acumen and the professional development you need for a high-level career while at the same giving you the chance to study the academic subjects you love. Here’s how it works:

1. Follow your passion without compromise

Whether you love music, microbiology or media studies, you won't have to worry about the future after your graduate.  For the first four years of this program, you work on your non-Commerce undergraduate degree.

You'll also take 1-2 business courses per year that'll count towards your Master of Management (MM). You'll also still have the opportunity, just like any student, to go on exchange and co-op.

3. Tap into resources not seen elsewhere on campus

From Day 1, B+MM Dual Degree students get access to coaches at UBC Sauder's Hari B. Varshney Business Career Centre (BCC). By the end of your education, you'll get support with mock interview workshops, connect with employers, explore roles with a career counselor, and more.

2. Add a business context to your undergrad degree

In the summer immediately after your undergraduate degree finishes, you’ll enter the MM full time for a six-month period of intensive study in statistics, managerial economics, operations, logistics, market research and more.

The Master of Management is North America's #1 Master of Management four years in a row, and is a world-ranked, globally recognized Master's degree with practical applications.

4.Get practical experience

The optional Community Business Project will give you the work experience you need to stand out with employers.  You'll work in teams to consult for local not-for-profits and social innovations, adding invaluable experience to your resume.

5. Learn with the best

This program will introduce you to a select group of people from Canada and around the world that are ambitious, creative and focused on their future.  How does a diverse environment help our students?  See what they say:

Tim Sayson

“Collaborating with teammates from different academic backgrounds means richer ideas that we could not have thought of alone. The diversity gives us more resources and knowledge to pull from, and every perspective provides a more insightful approach towards finding a solution.”

Tim Sayson
Year 2, B.Sc in Food, Nutrition and Health

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