The Intersection of Science and Business

Scientists experiment and take notice of the world surrounding them, using data to test ideas and build relief of knowing that can be put on solve real-life problems. They will work in domains like physics, biology, chemistry, engineering, artificial cleverness, and mathematics, amongst others, to learn more about the world about us. This kind of research and discovery powers industries which range from health care to manufacturing to transportation, where scientific discoveries improve the lives of people just about everywhere.

But while attention drives scientific research, business can be driven by needs and problems. That is why it could be important to bridge the hole between those two disciplines.

The intersection of scientific disciplines and organization is where new options await. Out of medical procedures and devices to food development and manufacturing, careers in operation science undoubtedly are a gateway to exciting and rewarding chances across industries.

Moreover to your core training, a BBusSci degree gives you the option to incorporate a major which has a Water Emphasis — that will prepare you to tackle some of the most pressing concerns facing our world today and in the near future. From a global water lack to the likelihood of future pandemics, environmental concerns are a growing concern for businesses, governments and society in particular.

This interdisciplinary degree plan is different via a Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) — a three-year honours degree offered by Waterloo — in that the BBusSci permits an intensive specialization and offers advanced treatment of both science and business theory. This provides the ability for an accelerated vocation that will allow you to apply the skills without delay and make an impact just whenever you join the workforce.