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Is a Bacehlor of commerce degree considered a professional degree?

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For example, if one earns a bachelor of commerce degree ,is that considered a specialized skill ?
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No. Professional degrees include a JD (to be a lawyer) or a MD (to be a doctor).
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so a bcomm in accounting is not a professional degree?
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@ufoate wrote
so a bcomm in accounting is not a professional degree?


Nope. After completing the degree you can pursue one of the three professional accounting designations - CA, CMA or CGA. However, CA is the most prestigious and valued in Canada and around the world.
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An MBA is considered a professional degree. BBA/BCOMM is generally not considered a professional program.
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