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What subjects do you need to do a Bcom

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James’s Answer

The Bachelor of Commerce degree is an opportunity to study part-time and earn an internationally recognized qualification that enhances your career and earning potential.

You can study the following subjects:

• Accounting • Auditing • Economics • Corporate Finance and Investment
• Management Accounting • Management • Human Resource Management
• Insurance and Risk Management • Marketing • Taxation
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Lené’s Answer

Requirements for a Bachelor of Commerce degree would vary from country to country. I see your in South Africa! So am I. As is often the case for legal degrees in South Africa there are two main requirements. You must take English home or first additional language together with Mathematics. Each university will have their own grade level requirements for each of these two subjects. Additionally each university will have an APS (Admission Point Score) set for admission. This means that while you can take any other subjects you want - you have to achieve good marks in order to make sure you attain the required overall APS set by the university.
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