At the Department of Management, we pride ourselves on educating and preparing students for leadership positions in the world of business. With our wide range of specializations and course offerings, we give students the opportunity to acquire critical skills and the expertise required for successful careers. Whether studying at the undergraduate or graduate level, our students learn best practices and explore current issues, all within an environment of collegiality and professionalism.
Recently named Student Life's Student of the Month, Sarah Adnan and Sarah Israr (current President and Vice-President of SMA) share what inspired them to bring TEDx to UTM for the first time ever!
Economic and Commerce students place in the top 25 of more than 220 teams world-wide at the 2014 National Investment Banking Competition.
Team members include: Jiachen Yao, Sally Lam, Jun Yo Kim, and Jin Young Han.
Awaad Aamir, Accounting Specialist Commerce student brings paper business cards into the digital age.
"When you interact with somebody's phone, it immediately transits profile information on you - who you are, what you look like, what you do, where you went to school, what you studied."
"Do you ever wonder why most alumni or adults say, 'University was the best years of my life'?"
Aly Madhavji, BCom, CIM, shares his experiences with this practical guide. Aly graduated in 2012 from University of Toronto Missisauga with a Bachelor of Commerce from the Department of Management. Download his free guide onto your iPad, iBook, Kindle, or other Epub.
Have you considered switching your college or university degree? Do you think such a change is too risky? University of Toronto student, Avalon D'Souza, took that risk when he decided to pursue accounting after two years of studying engineering.
Over the next two years, Hugh Gunz will provide shape and structure to the new institute. He's planning a number of activities to introduce IMI to the UTM and greater Mississauga communities. In the works are seminar series, such as one to introduce budding scientists to the "ins and outs" of commercialization and conferences to draw together interested researchers.
"Our goal is to produce mission-centred managers who understand the science as well as the business for which they are being educated." Read more...