Schulich, York University

Schulich (BBA) at York University 

Undergraduate Experience

What makes this program unique?

  • Direct entry from high school into a four-year Honours BBA or iBBA degree program.
  • Small class sizes of 25–55 students.
  • Ample opportunities to internationalize your degree through exchange and short-term study abroad programs.
  • An innovative i/BBA Case Competition Preparation Program.
  • Strong connections with Schulich alumni and upper-year mentorship opportunities.
  • Dedicated Career Development Centre (CDC) offering career coaching, industry advising, interview preparation.
Enrichment Opportunities

Schulich doesn’t have a co-op program but we have a department called the CDC (Career Development Center) that is dedicated to helping you find a summer internship by helping you build your resume, offer career coaching, industry advising and interview preparation. Students also have access to exclusive job postings for full-time and summer internship employment opportunities. Thus, most second and third-year students are able to secure summer internships 

There are also many clubs, case competitions, events, presentations from established business people, which allow students to build their resumes and also learn a lot about whichever industry they are interested in.

Career Paths 

Students entering Year 3 of the BBA program can choose to specialize in up to two of the ten areas of specialization offered at the Schulich School of Business. Choosing an area of specialization is not mandatory.

  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Entrepreneurial & Family Business Studies
  • Finance
  • International Business
  • Marketing
  • Operations Management & Information Systems
  • Organization Studies
  • Responsible Business
  • Strategic Management


Muznah Hassan




BBA, 2nd Year


Specializing in Accounting and hoping to pursue CPA designation after graduation

campus involvment

  • Schulich Accounting Society,
  • York DECA 
  • Corporate Social Responsibility Club

favourite part of the program

My favourite part of the program is the wide range of opportunities and resources students are provided with outside the classroom. There are various clubs, case competitions, information sessions and networking events that can help you discover what you’re most interested in and passionate about and this has definitely allowed me to broaden my horizons, discover my passions and build connections with a wide range of people.