Wilfrid Laurier University Undergraduate Academic Calendar - 2005/2006
Canadian Excellence

Honours BA Economics and Accounting

The program consists of 20.0 credits (or equivalent), of which 8.0 credits are in Economics and a minimum of 7.0 credits are in Business. A minimum of 2.0 credits must be Economics electives. Other requirements are given in the chart that follows. Most of the university credits required by the CA, CGA, and CMA professional accounting designations can be included in this program. Information on specific course requirements for professional accounting designations can be obtained from the Undergraduate Programs Office of the Department of Business. Year 3 and Year 4 students should obtain advice on the selection of accounting courses from the Undergraduate Programs Office of the Department of Business.

Honours BA Economics and Accounting (Regular and Co-op)

Honours BA Economics and Accounting
Year of ProgramRequired Economics and Business CoursesOther Required CoursesElectivesAcademic Regulations
Year 1EC120
EC140
BU111
BU121
MA130 or MA1032.5 elective credits. MA141 may not count for credit towards any Honours BA Economics program.Progression into Year 2 requires a GPA of 6.00 in EC120 and EC140, a GPA of 6.00 in Business courses, and an overall GPA of 4.00.
Year 2EC270, EC285
EC290EC295
BU227, BU231
BU247
MA1221.0 EC elective credit.Progression into Year 3 requires a cumulative GPA of 7.00 in Economics and Business courses combined, and an overall GPA of 6.00.
Year 3EC355, EC370, EC381, EC390, BU357, BU383, BU387, BU393, BU397None0.5 EC elective credit.Progression into Year 4 requires a cumulative GPA of 7.00 in Economics and Business courses combined, and an overall GPA of 6.00.
Year 4EC481
EC450 or EC470
Any four of: BU417, BU437, BU447, BU456, BU457, BU466, BU467, BU476, BU477, BU487, BU496, BU497
None0.5 EC elective credit.
1.5 elective credits.
Graduation requires a cumulative GPA of 7.00 in Economics and Business courses combined, and a cumulative overall GPA of 6.00.