The Bachelor of Management and Organizational Studies Four-Year 20.0 course Degree must include one of the following six Specializations:
After first, second or third year, to enter a BMOS SPECIALIZATION students must have
a) achieved an overall average of 70% on the last 5.0 courses;
b) a cumulative average of 65%
Students enrolled in a BMOS Specialization at an Affiliated University College must meet the Admission Requirements in order to transfer into a BMOS Specialization at Main Campus.
Program Admission is assessed in May of each year during the Adjudication period and based on the student's Intent to Register request submitted in February/March.
To remain in a BMOS SPECIALIZATION students must have
a) maintained a minimum cumulative average of 65%
If a student fails to meet this requirement, they will have to achieve re-admission.
If a student is unsuccessful in progressing in the BMOS program because their cumulative overall average falls below 65%, they will be required to obtain re-admission to the program. To be re-admitted, a student must:
a) achieve an overall average of 70% on 5.0 courses taken while out of BMOS;
b) achieve a cumulative average of 65%
Students are reviewed for re-admission during the Adjudication period held in May based on their request on their Intent to Register. For students who are unsuccessful in entering BMOS in May, they may request a review in August if they have completed summer courses and will meet the above requirements.
Students who have had significant documentable grounds for consideration may submit a formal Appeal to the Undergraduate Chair. The deadline for appeal is June 30 and this deadline is strictly enforced. Please read and follow the instructions carefully.
To graduate from the BMOS SPECIALIZATION, students must achieve a minimum cumulative average of 65% on the 20.0 courses counted towards the BMOS SPECIALIZATION Degree. Students with advanced standing must achieve an overall average of 65% on courses completed at Western.
All students require 2.0 designated essay courses (E, F or G; at least 1.0 of which must be a senior course numbered 2000-4999) and 1.0 course from each of the Categories A, B and C.