Commerce

Rumeet (Toor) Billan

About

Currency ExchangeThe Commerce programs combine economics and the various sub-disciplines of management enabling students to develop analytical skills and gain knowledge of institutions using the resources of the Institute for Management and Innovation. This background is useful for solving problems and making decisions in business and government environments. Graduates of UTM’s Commerce programs are well prepared for a future in professional accounting, economics, actuarial science, financial analytics, marketing analysis, management of firms and government, or small business. Some Commerce students also choose to do post-graduate studies in law and/or MBA programs.

Each program has also been designed to ensure students graduate with strong analytical, critical thinking and communication skills that will ensure their success in a competitive job market. In addition, the Specialist Program in Accounting is CPA recognized and provides students with direct entry into the CPA Professional Education Program (PEP).

OUAC Program Code: TME

Programs & Requirements*

Program Name Prerequisites Program Type Approx. Grade Range
Sp. Ma. Mi.
Accounting (BCom) C, F Check     mid 80s
Commerce (BA) C, F   Check  
Commerce (BCom) C, F Check    
Economics (BCom) C, F Check    
Finance (BCom) C, F Check    
Marketing (BCom) C, F Check    

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Why Study Commerce at UTM?

Strong foundation for a fulfilling career. U of T degrees are highly regarded by potential employers. Rigorous grounding in business skills & knowledge, and applications. Challenging and relevant courses.

Top Professors. World class expertise. Cross-disciplinary collaboration with domestic and international scholars.

Professional Skills Development Program. An on-going co-curricular opportunity for students to further develop their skill sets to be career ready upon graduation. Sessions developed in collaboration with academic societies, industry partners, faculty and other partners of the Department of Management

Professional Development & Learning Center. A dedicated resource for career development and exploration for students of the Department of Management. Year-round career advisement staff support to help ensure student success through the recruitment, interview and career launch process

Enriched Programs. Added value for students – career preparation, skills development, internship opportunities. Student experience – social and academic activities

Program Plans

Program Plans are quick and accessible overviews of the many academic and co-curricular opportunities available to help you get the most out of your UTM experience.

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Careers by Major

The skills you develop combined with your experiences while at UTM can help you succeed in a number of occupations. Your program of study doesn't determine your career. Created by UTM's Career Centre, the Careers by Major database identifies some potential career fields, how to gain related skills and experience, and useful resources and job samples.


* The chart above is based on requirements in the Ontario curriculum. We will accept equivalent courses from other academic systems. For details, visit the Apply section of our site. Admission and approximate grade requirements are based on 6 Grade 12 "U" or "M", which includes English (ENG4U).

Chart Legend: Bio = Biology
C = Calculus & Vectors
Ch = Chemistry
F = Advanced Functions
Fr = French
Ita = Italian
M = Mathematics of Data Management
Math = One of the Grade 12 U Maths
Ph = Physics
/ = or
, = and
rec. = recommended
approx. = approximate

Sp = Specialist program
Ma = Major program
Mi = Minor program