Management (BBA, HBA, HBSc)

The Management Programs prepare students to become effective members of organizations.  Drawing on a balanced offering of rigorous intellectual frameworks from the social sciences, they cover the nature and working of organizations, and managerial functions.  The programs provide students with a good understanding of the major aspects of management and help them to acquire an integrated set of management skills.  The Management Major is a two-track program which combines the study of organizations and their management with the study of a second major discipline of your choice.  It is offered exclusively at U of T Mississauga.  

Career success upon graduation from the Commerce and Management Programs requires the social skills, professionalism and maturity developed through active participation in the extensive extra-curricular programming activities offered by the Department of Management, and our undergraduate societies, over these 4 year programs. These activities include attendance and participation in conferences, competitions, seminars and workshops. Your normal full academic course load is 5 courses/term in the fall term and the winter term. The Department of Management monitors course loads and actively discourages students from registering in more than 6 courses in any semester, as this would significantly restrict your ability  to enjoy academic success, while getting the most value out of your educational experience while at the University of Toronto, Mississauga.

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Management Programs:

Management Specialist Management Major Human Resources and Industrial Relations

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Management Frequently Asked Questions