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Business – Commerce – Management
Why Hire U of T Business Graduates?
The University of Toronto selects from among the best and brightest students and provides them with an education that is unparalleled in the country. A wide range of business, commerce, and management programs are available to students across three campuses.
On the downtown St. George campus, the commerce program is jointly offered by the world-renowned Joseph L. Rotman School of Management and the top-rated Department of Economics. One-third of commerce students in this program graduate with distinction or high distinction.
Similar to the downtown campus, U of T Mississauga offers commerce students an option of a specialist program leading to a bachelor of commerce degree or a major program leading to a bachelor of arts or science degree. Two management programs are also offered at U of T Mississauga, which explore the workings of organizations and managerial functions.
U of T Scarborough offers the only bachelor of business administration at U of T. The program provides a balanced range of studies in core areas of management as well as the opportunity to specialize in a specific subject area such as accounting, marketing, human resource management, and finance.
Professional Experience Year Internship
The Professional Experience Year internship program offers employers the opportunity to recruit commerce students for 12- to 16-month paid internships that start between May and September each year. The length of these internships allows organizations a better return on their training investment, while students are able to work on longer projects requiring a higher level of responsibility.
Management and Commerce Internship
Students at U of T Mississauga are provided with opportunities to participate in part-time unpaid internships, January to April each year. In exchange for a commitment to provide a project and an appropriate work environment, an organization receives 120 hours of work from a senior undergraduate.
Management Co-op Program
Exceptional students, specially selected through stringent admission criteria, participate in the U of T Scarborough coop program in management. Four- or eight-month work terms, starting in January, May, or September, alternate with study terms. On average, 220 students per year are accepted into the co-op program in management.
Master of Management and Professional Accounting Co-op Program
The MMPA program, offered at U of T Mississauga, is the only program dedicated to developing both MBA and MPA (master of professional accounting) knowledge and skills in an integrated framework. As part of the degree requirements, students must participate in two paid co-op work terms, from January to April each year.
Jobs for Which Our Graduates Are Ready
Updated, March 2009