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Future-Focused Expertise

Future-Focused Expertise

Future You has the Expertise

Relevant, future-focused skill-development that employers demand

Tomorrow’s business leaders need to be sustainable, ethical and analytical – these important themes guide the courses you complete at Lang. Focus your studies in one of Lang’s specialized majors, and benefit from a team-based approach to learning, where you collaborate with your peers to solve real challenges facing global businesses. Go further and complete a minor in a complementary area of business to create your unique career path. Lang’s hands-on focus on business ethics, sustainability and analytics give you the expertise and skill set that employers demand.

Specialized majors

Apply directly to one of Lang’s specialized business majors including Accounting, Food and Agricultural Business, Government, Economics and Management, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Management, Management Economics and Finance, Marketing Management, Real Estate and Sport and Event Management. Whatever major you choose, you will gain expertise in sustainability, business ethics and analytics. If you’re not sure what major is right for you, you may enter as “undeclared” allowing you to choose your major at the end of your first year.

Create your own career path by minoring in a complementary area of expertise. Business focused minors include: Accounting, Business Data Analytics, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Human Resources, International Business, Marketing, Project Management, Sport and Event Management, and Sustainable Business.

Choosing a career path can be daunting. Take this (very) brief quiz to see what Lang Commerce major is right for you.

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Future You is Driven by Data

Lang alumnus Ryan Padum’s career has taken him all over Canada. Ryan is responsible for managing the planning and inventory of Labatt products, ensuring the business is both profitable as well as sustainable. Ryan’s skills in data analytics, sustainability and collaboration were developed while at Lang. Through his coursework, co-op and experiences outside of the classroom, Ryan gained the expertise he needed to launch his career. 

And it all started at Lang.

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Team-based Learning

Successful business leaders need to be collaborative and team-focused. At Lang, you work extensively alongside your classmates on real-world, industry focused projects to hone your leadership, communications, and critical-thinking skills. During your first semester, you and your team are tasked with presenting solutions to an ethical business challenge in front of industry executives.

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Learn more about life at Lang

Lang BComm Student Blog

Check out our BComm student blog where students share their experiences at Lang, including studying abroad, balancing student and social life, and why getting involved at U of G is so important.

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Explore the Future You Advantage

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Future You is Career Ready

Lang’s popular co-op program, support services and industry connections will give you real world experiences to launch your career. If you would rather be your own boss, the John F. Wood Centre for Business and Student Enterprise will help you fund and launch your startup.

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Future You is a Global Leader

Become a leader of diverse and inclusive teams and a more rounded, global citizen by embarking on a study abroad program at one of our many international partner institutions.

Are you ready to Improve Life?

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