Scientists try things out and take notice of the world around them, using data to test hypotheses and build reassurance that can be placed on solve real-life problems. That they work in areas like physics, biology, biochemistry, design, artificial intellect, and mathematics, and the like, to learn more about the world around us. This research and discovery powers industries including health care to manufacturing to transportation, just where scientific discoveries improve the lives of people almost everywhere.

But while attention drives scientific discipline, business is normally driven by needs and problems. That’s why it may be important to connect the gap between both of these disciplines.

The intersection of scientific discipline and business is exactly where new prospects await. From medical procedures and devices to food development and production, careers in business science really are a gateway to exciting and rewarding opportunities across industries.

In addition to your core lessons, a BBusSci degree gives you the option to incorporate a major having a Water Emphasis — which will prepare you to tackle some of the most pressing troubles facing our society today and in the future. From a worldwide water scarcity to the prospects for future pandemics, environmental issues are a developing concern for businesses, governments and society at large.

This interdisciplinary degree system is different out of a Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) — a three-year accolades degree offered at Waterloo — in that the BBusSci enables an intensive specialization and offers advanced treatment of both equally science and business theory. This provides the opportunity for a great accelerated career path that will allow one to apply your skills without delay and call and make an impact just as you may join the workforce.