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Commerce: First-year Admission
Program Admission Information for High School Students

Are you currently an Ontario high school student? You need to submit your application through the Ontario Universities Application Centre

The address for the Ontario Universities Application Centre is:
170 Research Lane
Guelph, ON Canada N1G 5E2
phone:(519) 823-1063 
fax: (519) 823-5232


Indicate on your university application that you wish to pursue studies in Commerce at the University of Toronto Mississauga. The following requirements are needed:

  • Completed Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, and six Grade 12 4U or M credits including:
    • English (ENG4U)
    • Advanced Functions (MHF4U)
    • Calculus & Vectors (MCV4U)

*For more information on Admission to the University, please see the Admissions website. 

Admission to first-year studies in Commerce 

If you’re admitted to First Year Studies in Commerce, you can secure a place in the Commerce program (BCom) after first year, once you complete: 

  • Introduction to Management Functions (MGM101H5 with at least 63%),

  • Financial Accounting I (MGT120H5 with at least 63%),

  • Introduction to Economics (ECO100Y5 with at least 63%), 

  • Calculus and Linear Algebra for Commerce (MAT133Y5 with at least 63%), or equivalent.

You must also complete a total of 4.0 credits and obtain at least a 2.5 cumulative grade point average (CGPA). This is equivalent to 70%. The exact required CGPA cut-off varies each year depending on the number of applicants and their grades.

**For more information, please check out the Academic Calendar
 

Transfer students with eligible credits 

Students with transfer credit(s) for MAT133Y5 or acceptable equivalent, MGM101H5, MGM102, MGT120H5, and/or ECO100Y5 who wish to apply to the Commerce or Management Program will be assigned a 63% for the transfer credit.

This grade (plus other transfer credits for prerequisite courses and the Management/Commerce prerequisite courses) determine your weighted average.

You can repeat the course at UofT and the UofT grade will be considered in the weighted average, instead of the transfer credit. If you do complete the UofT course, you cannot use your transfer credit for your weighted average for program admission to Management/Commerce.

Please ensure transfer credits are updated on ACORN. The Transfer Credit Office must confirm assessment decisions. Equivalencies cannot be determined by the Department of Management.


Management: First-Year Admission

Program Admission Information for High School Students

If you are currently an Ontario high school student, you must apply through the Ontario Universities Application Centre

The address for the Ontario Universities Application Centre is:

170 Research Lane
Guelph, ON Canada N1G 5E2
phone: (519) 823-1063
fax: (519) 823-5232

Students must indicate on their university application that they wish to pursue studies in Management at the University of Toronto Mississauga. The following requirements are needed:

Completion of Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent and six Grade 12 4U or M credits including:

  • English (ENG4U)

  • Grade 12 U Math in Advanced Functions (MHF4U)

**For more information on Admission to the University, please check the Admissions website

Admission to First-year Studies in Management

Students admitted to First Year Studies in Management will be eligible for a place in the Management program (leading to a Bachelor of Business Administration specialist or an HBA / HBSc major) after first year, provided you complete the following courses:

  • Introduction to Management Functions (MGM101H with 63%);

  • Management in a Changing Environment (MGM102H with 63%);  

  • Introduction to Economics (ECO100 with 63%) or the equivalent;

  • Calculus and Linear Algebra (MAT133Y5 with at least 63%), or equivalent (starting in 2018-2019)

You must also complete a total of 4.0 credits and obtain at least a 2.5 cumulative grade point average (CGPA). This is equivalent to 70%. The exact required cut off varies each year depending on the number of applicants and their grades.

** For more information, please check out the Academic Calendar
 

Transfer students with eligible credits

Students with transfer credit(s) for MAT133Y5 or acceptable equivalent, MGM101H5, MGM102, MGT120H5, and/or ECO100Y5 who wish to apply to the Commerce or Management Program will be assigned a 63% for the transfer credit.

This grade (in addition to other transfer credits for prerequisite courses and the Management/Commerce prerequisite courses) will be used to determine the students weighted average.

Students can opt to repeat the course at UofT and the UofT grade will be considered in the weighted average, instead of the transfer credit. If a student opts to complete the UofT course, the student has forfeited the opportunity to use their transfer credit for their weighted average for program admission to Management/Commerce.

All transfer students or those granted advanced standing should be aware of degree requirements and restrictions, particularly no more than 6.0 credits may be at the 100 level. This limit includes all transfer courses. Any 100-level course(s) taken above the 6.0 credit limit will be deemed as “EXT” and will not count towards degree completion. If students are transferring or entering UTM with more than 2.0 100 level credits, it is recommended students enrol in second year electives. Please contact an Academic Advisor for details.

Please ensure transfer credits are updated on ACORN. The Transfer Credit Office must confirm assessment decisions. Equivalencies cannot be determined by the Department of Management.

For further information on first year admission to the University, please contact the Admissions Office:

Room 1270, Innovation Complex
Phone: 905-828-5400
Fax: 905-569-4448
Website: 
http://www.utm.utoronto.ca/future-students
Email: admissions.utm@utoronto.ca

For further information on second-year admission to the Commerce or Management programs, contact the Program Advisor.

At this time please contact the UTM Management Advisor using email only Audio and video calls can be arranged as long as it has been requested through mgtadvisor@utoronto.ca