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Meet your Advisor

Help is available. Please feel free to contact Natasha Hanif, Academic Advisor at: with your management-specific questions. You can also visit her office, Room KN 2270.  Students are strongly encouraged to visit during drop-in office hours or call at 905-569-5752. 

Preparing for Management

At the Department of Management, we want to encourage you to participate in two opportunities created specifically for YOU: Management Orientation @ O-Week, and LAUNCH! We have seen how these programs have benefited our students in the past and cannot recommend them more. Be sure to enrol soon to reserve your spots.

Management Departmental Orientation:

Register for O-Week here!

Join our first year faculty members and a panel of student leaders to answer your questions.  You will receive tips on how to succeed and how to make a smooth transition into university.  You will interact with our student leaders who will share their experiences in and outside of the classroom. There will also be a review of our Professional Skills Development Program.

utm101H5F LAUNCH: Business, Commerce and Management

Date: Weekly during the Fall term
Time and Room: There are 6 sections to choose from!
Register: Register for utm101H5F on ACORN.

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Whenever starting a new journey, there are always tips and tricks to making that journey easier and more fun. Who's better at providing these tips and tricks than someone who has already been through the entire experience?

LAUNCH pairs you with a successful upper-year mentor in your academic discipline to assist you in transitioning successfully to UTM.

Here’s how LAUNCH can help you as a Management student:

  • Are you interested in networking with people in your field?
  • Do you want to develop your critical and creative thinking?
  • Would you like to learn how to be academically successful?
  • Do you want to find out about campus resources available to students?
  • Do you want make friends and learn about ways to relax and have fun on campus?

LAUNCH is not-for-credit - there is no homework, assignments, or tests! Instead, earn a notation on your Co-Curricular Record (CCR) and 5 Professional Skills Development Program Points in Academic Development for completing, in addition to learning some valuable skills, making friends, and having a good time!

Don’t miss out on all the fun! LAUNCH into your UTM experience with us!

Program Entry Requirements

Choosing a Subject POSt

Students request their programs at the end of their first year, as all UofT students are admitted to a general first year program (such as Management or Humanities). You need to complete a minimum of 4.0 credits as well as any other program enrollment criteria (such as CGPA) before you can be considered for entry into a program. Please refer to the Subject POSt Guide for more information.

Management Program Requirements

We offer two Specialist programs and one Major program in Management.  Enrolment in all programs is limited to students who meet the following criteria:

Prerequisite Courses:  ECO100Y5 (63%); MGM101H5 (63%); MGM102H5 (63%); MAT133Y5/MAT135Y5 or equivalent (50%) in a minimum of 4.0 credits.

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA): Each year the Management Department sets a minimum required CGPA. This will vary from year to year and is based, in part, on supply and demand.

Courses with a grade of CR/NCR will not count as part of the 4.0 credits required for program entry.

Admission into the program cannot be offered if there is a pending academic offense in any course or a standing deferred notation (SDF).    

Application to program takes place in March/April each year.
For more detailed information please check the UTM Academic Calendar.


What Courses to Take: Core, Required, Pre-/Co-Requisite Courses

  • MGM101H5F (0.5 credit, Fall term)
  • MGM102H5S (0.5 credit, Winter term)
  • ECO100Y5Y (1.0 credit, offered over the entire year)
  • MAT133Y5Y (1.0 credit, offered over the entire year) *Required regardless of the year of entrance
  • 1.0 to 2.0 elective credits of your choice.

When choosing your electives, you may want to explore the academic calendar to see which programs you are interested in pursuing alongside your Major or Specialist. An academic advisor at the Office of the Registrar can help you with this planning. 

Getting Involved with Your Department

The Li Koon Chun Finance Learning Centre and Printing of Marketing Materials

The Li Koon Chun Finance Learning Centre (FLC) is a hub for students, faculty, and staff who are interested in finance, investing, and business to access online resources, specialized information services, and expertise in the areas of management, finance, accounting, economics, and business. The FLC has a work space for business and management students that create an environment where the worlds of investing, finance, and business intersect. They also partner with other UTM organizations to host the Annual IMI Finance Competition, which is UTM’s only stock competition. You can visit the FLC in the lower level of the Innovation Complex in Room L1245.

Academic Society – Student Management Association

Being a part of the Student Management Association (SMA) gives you access to even more perks, like access to competitions and conferences at a discounted price, networking sessions, and connections to many important companies.

SMA Website

Get Help

Have more questions? Visit the Department of Management Website.

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