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Faculty of Commerce Admissions Requirements

Faculty of Commerce Admissions Requirements

Bachelor of Commerce

The Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) is a four year degree programme offered on a fulltime basis. On successful completion of the first two years, students will be eligible to major in any one of the following:

B.Com (Accounting and Finance)
B.Com (Marketing)
B.Com (Management)

Admissions Requirements

The minimum entrance requirement for the Degree programme shall be:

(a) IGCSE/SGCSE Candidates

A minimum of six passes in the IGCSE/SGCSE, which must include passes at C grade or better in English, and Mathematics plus a credit in a minimum of two subjects drawn from the list below:

   Economics
   Information Technology
   Business Studies
   Siswati
   Accounts
   Biology
   Additional Mathematics
   French
   Combined Science
   English Literature
   Design Technology
   Geography
   History
   Religious Studies
   Agriculture
   Food and Nutrition
   Fashion and Fabrics
OR

(b) A minimum of six passes in the G.C.E. O’ Level, which must include passes at C grade or better in English Language and Mathematics plus a credit in a minimum of two subjects drawn from the list below:

   Additional Mathematics
   Agriculture
   Bible Knowledge
   Biology
   Combined Science
   Commerce
   Chemistry
   Economics
   French
   Geography
   General Science
   History
   Human and Social
   Biology 
   Physics
   Physical Science
   Principles of Accounts
   Siswati
OR
(c) A recognized equivalent qualification.
OR
(d) Mature Entry Admission:

 Admissions Requirements for Diploma Holders

(a) Holders of the Diploma in Accounting and Business Studies (DABS) (or its equivalent), who intend to study for the Bachelor of Commerce degree, will be eligible to enter Year 1 of the Four-Year Bachelor of Commerce Degree Programme.

(b) Holders of the Diploma in Commerce shall be eligible to enter Year 3 of the Four-Year Bachelor of Commerce Degree Programme. Such candidates may be required to take any other course as directed by Senate.