Prepares students for entrepreneurship and employment: unlike the BBA which prepares students for management roles, a BCom degree prepares students for the corporate world as well as entrepreneurship. Students obtain enough business and financial knowledge that they can adapt to a job or of an entrepreneur.
Vast job domains: compared to BBA degree holders, BCom degree holders can work in a large variety of fields like consultancies, organizations, public accounting firms, marketing, investment banking, foreign trade, budget planning, banks and capital management.
Higher salary packages: according to PayScale Canada, the average salary earned by BCom graduates is C$60,000, while for BBA graduates it is C$58,000. Similarly, the entry-level salary for BCom graduates is C$40,000 and for BBA graduates it is C$37,000.