A bachelor’s degree in commerce translates and is equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in business in the United States. Students in these programs will receive the background and hands-on learning for accounting, management, sales, economics and finance.
Typical career employment for those with a commerce or business degree are salesperson, business management, supervisor, accountant, financial planner or advisor, consultants, and entrepreneurs. Understanding commerce or business can lead you to a very lucrative career path in starting your own business or working for a large corporation.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|Marquette University Milwaukee, WI||17 : 1||11,819|
|University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Milwaukee, WI||24 : 1||25,731|
|Milwaukee School of Engineering Milwaukee, WI||17 : 1||2,746|
|Concordia University-Wisconsin Mequon, WI||24 : 1||5,777|
|Cardinal Stritch University Milwaukee, WI||26 : 1||1,896|
|Alverno College Milwaukee, WI||20 : 1||1,744|
|Bryant & Stratton College-Wauwatosa Wauwatosa, WI||28 : 1||1,416|