Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] (Information Systems)
Field of Study
International Student Tution
Eligibility & Entry Requirement
Students must meet the following requirements for admission in McGill’s Information Systems program:
- B+ average in grades 10, 11 and 12
- B+ in each English
- ACT 28 (English & Reading subscores ≥ 26, others ≥ 24) or
- SAT: EB Read & Writing 700, Math 640 and Subject Tests: 650 in each subject
Students must have a basic knowledge of English.
Indian Student Eligibility:
Indian students need to maintain an overall average of 60% in their 12th grade for admission.
The above requirements are the minimum requirements and do not guarantee admission. The admissions committee will consider all evidence in the file and decide. To know more about the requirem….Read More
- Bachelor of Commerce in Information Systems at McGill University allows students to complete this program in 3-4 years.
- Students need to complete 90 credits successfully to graduate from this Commerce in Information Systems program at McGill University.
- The Commerce’s Information Systems (IS) Major prepares students for the multitude of IT-related career opportunities available in the industry.
- This Bachelor’s in Information Systems program employs a blend of theoretical concepts, hands-on tools, and actual case studies to train students to identify business problems and opportunities, analyze business processes, and develop and implement information systems to support them.
- The Bachelor of Commerce in Information Systems at McGill University offers advanced training in the critical, historical, and theoretical analysis of:
- Systems Analysis & Modelling
- Managing Data & Databases
- DataHandl&Coding for Analytics
- International Business
- All B.Com. students take a Core curriculum in addition to this Major.
- The IS in commerce Major covers a variety of topics including strategic planning and investment in information technologies, analysis, design, and deployment of information systems, understanding the opportunities and challenges of Web-based businesses, and managing resistance to IT-initiated changes in organizations.
- The students to faculty ratio for Bachelor of Commerce in Information Systems at McGill University is 17:1.
- The job opportunities after completion of this IS in Commerce program that students get are:
- Business or systems analysts
- IS quality assurance specialists
- Project managers in diverse industries
- Including banking, insurance, manufacturing, retailing and consulting., etc., with an average salary of 37,250 USD.
|Degree Type Offered||Bachelor|
|Fees||130785 for 3-4 yearor 90 Credits Program|
|Delivery Type||full time|
|Admission Intake||fall (Deadline - Jan 15)|
|Admission Intake||Scholarship Deadline (Deadline - Jan 21)|
Required Document List
Followings are the required document:
- Official Transcripts: Students have to submit a copy of their original transcripts.
- Letters of Reference: Students have to submit two letters of recommendation.
- ELP Scores: Students have to submit their English language proficiency scores like IELTS, TOEFL or other test scores.
|fall||Jan 15, 2021|
|Scholarship Deadline||Jan 21, 2021|
Closed for applications.
Fees & Funding
Tution & Application Fees
|Year/Head||Year 1||Year 2||Year 3|
|Head||Avg Cost Per Year|
Scholarship Grants & Financial Aids
|Name||Amount||International Students Eligible||Application Deadline|
|McGill Faculty Major Entrance Scholarship||Variable||Yes||N/A|
|Sandhya and Swati Sharma MBA Leadership Award||$7823||Yes||Mar 15, 2021|
|(ISC)² Women’s Cybersecurity Scholarships||Variable||Yes||Feb 19, 2021|
|Collegedunia $150 Scholarship Program||$150||Yes||N/A|
VISA & Work Study
- International applicants who are applying for a Canadian Student VISA are required to have TRV (Temporary Resident Visa or ETA (Electronic Travel Authorization) for entry in Canada.
- Students need these documents for student visa application:
- Proof of Acceptance
- Proof of Identity
- Proof of Financial Support
- Work while studying International students on the study visa are still able to work 20 hours/week.
- Students can work part-time up to 20 hours a week combined on-campus and off-campus work during an academic session and full-time during a regularly scheduled break.