COMR 493 - Strategic Management in Business (formerly COMM 493)
This course is taught from the perspective of a senior manager. It is a “capstone” course in that it builds on the knowledge that you have acquired in the many business and economic courses that you have already studied. It places emphasis on approaches that have been proven to work effectively. It is an opportunity for you to experience first hand, and participate in, the type of environment that you will encounter in the business world.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will:
- be able to analyze a business situation using relevant tools and models effectively.
- be able to develop solutions to strategically important issues and problems.
- have an understanding of what it takes for a business to be successful.
Note: This course is part of the Minor in Commerce program for students attending Faculties outside of the UBC Sauder School of Business. See your home faculty for admission requirements and program details. Not for students with credit for, or exemption from, COMM 491.
Prerequisite: One of COMM 293, COMM 457, COMR 457 and either (a) all of ECON 101, ECON 102 or (b) all of ECON 310, ECON 311 or (c) ECON 100 or (d) all of ECON 101, ECON 311 or (e) all of ECON 102, ECON 310.
Corequisite: All of COMR 329 (or COMM 329), COMR 465 (or COMM 465), COMR 473 (or COMM 473).
Starting in 2020S, the course code for all courses required for the Minor in Commerce will be COMR. This change was made to distinguish Commerce courses taken for the minor from courses taken for the BCom program. This is an administrative change only; course content remains the same. COMM 493 and COMR 493 are equivalent; credit will be granted for only one of the two.