The Intersection of Science and Business

Scientists research and observe the world surrounding them, using data to test theories and build relief of knowing that can be placed on solve actual problems. They work in areas like physics, biology, biochemistry, system, artificial brains, and mathematics, and the like, to learn more about the world around us. This research and discovery powers industries ranging from health care to manufacturing to transportation, in which scientific discoveries improve the lives of people everywhere.

But while curiosity drives scientific discipline, business is usually driven simply by needs and problems. Honestly, that is why it is important to bridge the hole between those two disciplines.

The intersection of research and business is wherever new possibilities await. From medical procedures and devices to food production and processing, careers in operation science undoubtedly are a gateway to exciting and rewarding chances across industries.

Furthermore to your core courses, a BBusSci degree offers you the option to include a major using a Water Emphasis — which will prepare you to tackle many of the most pressing problems facing our world today and in the near future. From a worldwide water lack to the potential for future pandemics, environmental problems are a growing concern for businesses, governments and society at large.

This interdisciplinary degree system is different from a Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) — a three-year honours degree offered at Waterloo — in that the BBusSci allows for an intensive specialization and offers advanced treatment of both equally science and business theory. This provides the ability for a great accelerated career path that will allow you to apply your skills immediately and call and make an impact just whenever you join the workforce.