Applications for our 2023 B+MM intakes will open during the week of October 17, 2022. If you have any questions about the program or our application process, please contact us via email at email@example.com.
We seek talented, enthusiastic and creative candidates who are committed to a high level of achievement in their academic, personal and professional lives. If this program is the right fit for you, follow the steps below and, you could be turning your passion into a profession and become career-ready in 4.5 years.
Eligible applicants will fall in one of the below categories, for September 2023 entry
First year entry - Canadian and international high school and International Baccalaureate diploma students applying for, and who meet the entry requirements of, a UBC undergraduate degree listed in the table below.
Second year entry - Current first year UBC students with a sessional average of minimum 76% enrolled in eligible programs or transfer students from other colleges or universities who are transferring to UBC into second year status.
Third year entry - Current second year UBC students with a sessional average of minimum 76% enrolled in eligible programs or transfer students from other colleges or universities who are transferring to UBC into third year status.
Eligible undergraduate degrees
Applicants must also be qualified for entry into one of the below faculties or schools:
Faculty of Arts (BA, BFA, BMS)
Faculty of Forestry (BSc in Wood Products Processing, Natural Resources Conservation, Forestry – Forest Resources Management, or Forest Sciences)
Faculty of Land and Food Systems (BSc in Food, Nutrition and Health, Global Resource Systems, Applied Biology, and Food and Resource Economics)
Faculty of Science (BSc)
School of Kinesiology (BKin)
School of Music (BMus)
Please note the UBC Bachelor of International Economics (BIE) from the Vancouver School of Economics and the UBC Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) are NOT eligible Bachelor programs for the B+MM Dual Degree.
If you are a transfer student from other colleges or universities who is transferring to UBC, please contact us for a list of eligible faculties for the UBC B+MM program.
Students are only eligible for the UBC B+MM Dual Degree if they have less than 18 credits in Commerce courses from UBC. Students enrolled in the UBC B+MM program must complete all required courses in order to be eligible to enter the MM portion of the degree and to graduate from the program.
Students with Commerce minors are not eligible for the UBC B+MM Dual Degree.
Transfer students from other colleges or universities are eligible to apply if they are accepted as a 2nd or 3rd year student. Please contact us for more information.