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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.


Current News


Fall Campus Day - Sunday October 26, 2014

Image of campus during fall seasonJoin us for Fall Campus Day! Learn more about the Department of Management, get to know some of our Faculty, Staff, and meet our academic societies (UCS, SMA).  Attend our Business Programs (Commerce, Management, Economics) information sessions. More Info...

 


Welcome Reception 2014

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On September 18, 2014 the Department of Management welcomed our newest entrants into the Commerce and Management programs.  Students we welcomed by program directors, chairs, and were introduced to academic societies and campus partners. Formal remarks were followed by a networking reception.


2014 Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Award

Sarah Adnan poses with Gordon Cressy and U of T president Meric Gertler  Hani Al-Dajane poses with Gordon Cressy and U of T President Meric Gertler  Sarah Israr poses with Gordon Cressy and U of T President Meric Gertler

Sarah Adnan, Hani Al-Dajane, and Sarah Israr each receive the graduating student leadership award for their outstanding contributions to U of T.  Read More...


Director's Circle 2013-2014

image of Director's Circle inductees 2013-2014Congratuations to all Commerce, BBA, and Management Major students accepted into this years 2013-2014 Director's Circle. 

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Pulling the plug on disposable batteries wins annual SMG competition

 Sunny Gill, Rustom Patel, Mahjabeen Tariq, Mannan Puri, Aseem AliU of T Mississauga's Undergraduate Commerce Society (UCS) held it's 7th annual Show Me The Green (SMG) competition, March 2014. The winning team's pitch: to switch from regular disposable batteries to batteries with USB powered cells.

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