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Brock BBA co-op vs BAcc non-coop vs McMaster Commerce vs Ryerson

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You definitely have the marks I believe.

I got accepted into Brock BBA Co-OP and my first semester average in Grade 12 was a 81.67%. However, my Grade 11 final average was 90.2%, so that's probably what got me in.

I'd go with BAcc or Mcmaster, since you want to focus on accounting. Brock has a really nice accounting program I hear and Mcmaster is great as well.


Cut off for BAcc is mid 80s, so just do the best you can and you should hear from Brock :)
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You definitely have the marks I believe.

I got accepted into Brock BBA Co-OP and my first semester average in Grade 12 was a 81.67%. However, my Grade 11 final average was 90.2%, so that's probably what got me in.

I'd go with BAcc or Mcmaster, since you want to focus on accounting. Brock has a really nice accounting program I hear and Mcmaster is great as well.


Cut off for BAcc is mid 80s, so just do the best you can and you should hear from Brock :)
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i have been accepted to brock bacc non-coop ( transfer student) and ryerson bcomm. Can't decide where to go.
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i guess someone with a BCOM or bba has a bigger scope of jobs. But i think these days accounting is competitive and therefore, employer will choose people with a Bacc for an accounting position

Also, since Bacc is co-op i believe it has a better reputation among employers as they take students from them
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84 is around the mid range I'd say.

I just went to Brock's campus tour today and asked many questions about their business program. It's really great and it's definitely one of my top choices to choose when I hear back after I hear from every university.

However, I'm more than likely going to study at UofT or Schulich if I get accepted, mainly due to costs though. :P

It all depends on if they give me Co-OP Business Intl degree, as I received an alternate offer. Then, I'll highly consider it haha.
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