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BCOM Pathway to MBAN

For UBC Sauder BCOM students who are passionate about growing their skill in data analysis with the Master of Business Analytics (MBAN), we have compiled a list of courses you can take as electives* during your 3rd and 4th year that will not only prepare you for this Master’s, but also demonstrate your interest and passion on your application.

*Please note, that completion of these courses does not guarantee your admittance into the program. Please see our admission’s requirements for the full details on how to apply.

Commerce, Faculty of Commerce & Business Administration
COMM 337: Business Programming and Analytics
COMM 414: Data Visualization and Business Analytics

Vancouver School of Economics, Faculty of Arts
ECON 326: Methods of Empirical Research in Economics
ECON 328: Methods of Empirical Research
ECON 420: Optimization and Economic Theory
ECON 425: Introduction to Econometrics
ECON 493: Advanced Empirical Methods for International Economics
ECON 494: Seminar in Applied International Economics

Computer Science, Faculty of Science
ECPSC 103: Introduction to Systematic Program Design
CPSC 110: Computation, Programs, and Programming
CPSC 311: Definition of Programming Languages
CPSC 312: Functional and Logic Programming
CPSC 418: Parallel Computation
CPSC 422: Intelligent Systems
Statistics, Faculty of Science
Any statistics courses that can be taken as electives in the BCom program
Mathematics, Faculty of Science
Any math courses that can be taken as electives in the BCom program

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