Management

Faculty List
  • P. Aggarwal, B.A., M.B.A. (India), M.B.A., Ph.D. (Chicago), Professor
  • S.W. Ahmed, B.Com., M.A. (Sind), M.B.A. (Concordia), Associate Professor, Teaching Stream
  • I. Averbakh, M.Sc., Ph.D. (Moscow Institute of Physics & Technology), Professor
  • J-E. de Betttignies, B.A. (London School of Economics), M.A. (Universite Catholique de Louvain), MBA, PhD (Chicago), Professor
  • C. Chan, B.A. (Huron), B.A. (Western), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Assistant Professor
  • D. Chau, B.Com. (Toronto), M.B.A. (McMaster), Ph.D. (HKUST), CPA, CMA., Associate Professor, Teaching Stream
  • L. H. Chen, B.S.Ed. (U Penn), M.B.A. (Toronto), Ph.D. (Toronto), FCPA, FCGA., Associate Professor, Teaching Stream
  • A.A. Cire, B.Sc., M.Sc. (University of Campinas), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Carnegie Mellon University), Associate Professor
  • B. Connelly, B.A. (Emory), Ph.D. (Minnesota), Associate Professor
  • S. L. Daga, B.A. (Waterloo), M. Ed. (Toronto), CPA, CA (CICA) CPA (CPA Canada), Associate Professor, Teaching Stream
  • T. Dewan, B.Sc., M.B.A. (Panjab), Ph.D. (Texas), Associate Professor, Teaching Stream
  • A. Down, B.A. (Western), M.A., Ph.D. (Michigan), Assistant Professor
  • S. D. Hansen, B.A. (Laurentian), M.A. (Wilfrid Laurier), Ph.D. (Waterloo), Associate Professor
  • L. Harvey, B.B.A. (Toronto), MAcc (Brock). CPA, CA, Associate Professor, Teaching Stream
  • J. Heathcote, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (Western), Associate Professor, Teaching Stream
  • M. Khapko, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (Stockholm School of Economics), Assistant Professor
  • D. Kong, B.B.A. (Hawaii), M.B.A. (York), CPA, CMA., Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream
  • N. Li, B.A. (Zhejiang), M.A. (Peking), M.B.A., Ph.D. (Chicago), Assistant Professor
  • S. Maglio III, B.A., Stanford University (USA), Ph.D. (New York), Professor
  • C. Martineau, B.Com. (Concordia), M.Sc., (HEC Montreal), Ph.D., (UBC), Assistant Professor
  • J. McCarthy, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (Western), Professor
  • K. McElheran, B.A. Albion College (USA), Ph.D. (Northwestern University), Assistant Professor
  • Y. Nozawa, B.A. (Monash University), M.B.A., Ph.D. (Chicago), Assistant Professor
  • T. Nwadei, BPhil (Pittsburgh), Assistant Professor
  • V. Quan, B.A.Sc., M.A.Sc., Ph.D. (Toronto), Associate Professor, Teaching Stream
  • G. Quan Fun, B.A. (Toronto), M.B.A. (Laurentian), CPA, CA, CMA, CGA., Professor, Teaching Stream
  • P. Radhakrishnan, B.A. (Windsor), M.A., Ph.D. (Illinois), Associate Professor, Teaching Stream
  • S. Riddiough, B.Sc. (Warwick), M.Phil (Cambridge), Ph.D. Warwick, Associate Professor
  • A. Saks, B.A. (Western), M.A.Sc. (Waterloo), Ph.D. (Toronto), Professor
  • S. Sekar, B.Tech. (Indian Institute of Technology), Ph.D. (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), Assistant Professor
  • A. Shah, B.A. (Dartmouth College), Ph.D. (Duke University), Assistant Professor
  • R. Shalev, LLB. (Hebrew University), E.M.BA. (Northwestern University & Tel-Aviv University Economics), M.Phil., Ph.D. (Columbia Business School), Associate Professor
  • A. Sood, B.A. (Colorado College), M.A., Ph.D. (Minnesota), Assistant Professor
  • A. Stark, B.A. (U.B.C.), M.Sc. (London), M.A., Ph.D. (Harvard), Professor
  • J. Tong, B.Sc. (Fudan University), M.Sc. (Columbia University), Ph.D. (University of Minnesota), Assistant Professor
  • J. Trougakos, B.S., M.B.A. (Oklahoma State), Ph.D. (Purdue), Professor
  • J. Wei, B.Sc. (Harbin Inst. (China)), M.B.A. (York), Ph.D. (Toronto), Professor
  • Y. Jin, B.A. The University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D. Harvard, Assistant Professor
  • Y. Yu, B.A. (Peking), Ph.D. (Columbia), Assistant Professor
  • D. Zweig, B.A., M.A.Sc., Ph.D. (Waterloo), Associate Professor


Chair:  A. Franco,  Email: mgtchair.utsc@utoronto.ca

The design of the curriculum in Management is guided by our mission statement, which is as follows:

"The mission of the Department of Management at the University of Toronto Scarborough is to provide our students with the best pre-professional undergraduate management education in Canada. With special emphasis on our Co-op model of education, we aim to provide a coherent set of learning experiences that simultaneously teaches management skills and develops the capacity to think analytically about managerial, economic, and societal problems and opportunities. Our faculty engages in nationally and internationally recognized research, which advances the frontiers of knowledge, serves the interests of our community, and brings new insights to our students. We will improve our students' current and future experiences by building and maintaining close links with private and public sector organizations, by helping students to bridge the gap between education and employment, and by providing a continuing and lively connection among current and former students of the Department."

The University of Toronto Scarborough offers the Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degree to students who complete one of the Specialist/Specialist (Co-op) Programs in Management. The Department of Management also offers a Certificate Program in Business. For more information, see the Certificates section of the Calendar.

Management Programs

We admit 500 students each year to the Specialist and Specialist (Co-op) Programs in Management.

  1. Most students are admitted directly from high school.
  2. A small number of students may be admitted at the end of the first year. The first round of admissions takes place at the end of the Winter session of their first year. The second round of admissions takes place at the end of the following Summer session.
  3. There are a limited number of places in the B.B.A. available to students beyond these two application periods. Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits are not eligible for admission to the programs. Since the number of students accepted in this category is very limited, students who are denied admission after the first year (in the periods at the end of the Winter session and the end of the Summer session in the first year) are strongly advised to contact the Academic Advising & Career Centre, to explore alternative program options.

Students must request only ONE Management program. Students who request a Management Co-op Subject POSt are automatically considered for Management Non-Co-op programs.

Management Courses

There are enrolment limits on most Management courses including those offered in the Summer session.

Prerequisites
Students are responsible for ensuring that they have the prerequisites for all Management courses. Students who register for courses for which they do not have the appropriate prerequisites are denied access to those courses. A Standing Deferred (SDF) in a course does not meet the prerequisite for the subsequent course.

Overall course load limit for B.B.A. students
Students may take a maximum of 3.0 credits per semester. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 credits and who have a CGPA of at least 3.5 may be permitted into an additional 0.5 credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to the Management Academic Director at mgmtss@utsc.utoronto.ca. This must be done after the waitlist period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Academic Dates available on the Office of the Registrar website). Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code, and the lecture section requested.

Notes

  1. Approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
  2. UTSC Management courses are not open to students from other campuses. Similarly, St. George Rotman Commerce courses and UTM Management courses are not open to UTSC students.

Double Degrees: B.B.A./B.Sc.

The Department of Management, in partnership with the Department of Computer and Mathematical Sciences, offers the following Double Degree programs:

  • Double Degree: B.B.A., Specialist Program in Management and Finance/Honours B.Sc., Specialist Program in Statistics, Quantitative Finance Stream
  • Double Degree: B.B.A., Specialist (Co-op) Program in Management and Finance/Honours B.Sc., Specialist (Co-op) Program in Statistics, Quantitative Finance Stream

The Double Degree programs create an accelerated pathway for students who would otherwise have to complete two separate Specialist programs. They explicitly focus on finance and quantitative methods, providing students with a thorough education in both the business and the quantitative aspects of the financial industry. The Double Degree programs take advantage of existing synergies to allow students to complete both undergraduate programs and degrees within five years without compromising their learning experience. Students will complete a total of 25.0 credits and, those enrolled in the Double Degree (Specialist Co-op programs), must also complete three mandatory Co-op work terms. For more information, including Admission and Program requirements, see the Double Degree Programs section of the Calendar.

Experiential Learning and Outreach
For a community-based experiential learning opportunity in your academic field of interest, consider the course CTLB03H3, which can be found in the Teaching and Learning section of the Calendar.

Double Degree Programs

DOUBLE DEGREE: BBA, SPECIALIST PROGRAM IN MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE / HONOURS BSc, SPECIALIST PROGRAM IN STATISTICS, QUANTITATIVE FINANCE STREAM

Academic Directors:
S. Ahmed Email: mgmtss.utsc@utoronto.ca (BBA)
S. Damouras Email: sotirios.damouras@utoronto.ca (BSc)

This Double Degree program combines the Specialist Program in Management and Finance and the Specialist Program in Statistics, Quantitative Finance stream. Students completing the Double Degree program will qualify to graduate with two-degree designations – the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and the Honours Bachelor of Science (BSc), assuming all other degree criteria are met.

Enrolment Requirements

Enrolment in this Double Degree program is limited.

1. Students applying directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English, Grade 12 Advanced Functions, and Grade 12 Calculus & Vectors. Applicants must also submit a Supplementary Application Form.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to the Double Degree Program Directly from High School
Students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA22H3, MATA31H3MATA37H3, MATA67H3/CSCA67H3MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3MGMA01H3 and MGTA38H3.

2. Students already pursuing a BBA program and degree may apply to enter the Double Degree program. The application can be made before the end of the Winter semester and/or before the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request. Students considering switching to the Double Degree program should consult with the program supervisors as soon as possible.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for admission is calculated for each application period, and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed at least 5.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR), including: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGTA38H3MATA22H3MGHA12H3, MATA31H3MATA37H3, and MATA67H3/CSCA67H3.

Students who have taken MATA34H3 or [[MATA30H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA36H3]] instead of [MATA31H3 and MATA37H3] can still apply to the Double Degree program if they are taking or plan to take MATA37H3 at the time of application and could receive admission conditional on their grade in MATA37H3 being above a threshold to be specified each year.

Notes:

  1. Students MUST complete the pre-requisite of MATA67H3/CSCA67H3 in order to take MATA37H3.
  2. MATA34H3 is not a substitute for MATA31H3. Students who have completed MATA34H3 will be required to take MATA31H3 as an Extra (EXT) course before taking MATA37H3.

Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be admitted to the Double Degree program. For those who apply with more than 5.0 credits, their CGPA at the time of application will be calculated with more weight assigned to the required courses listed under the 5.0 credits. 

CGPA Requirement to Remain in the Double Degree (Specialist Programs)

In order to remain in the Double Degree, students must maintain a CGPA of 2.0 or higher after having attempted at least 4.0 credits. Students whose CGPA falls below 2.1 (but not below 2.0) will have the opportunity to move to either the non Co-op BBA Specialist Program in Management and Finance, or the non Co-op BSc Specialist Program in Statistics, Quantitative Finance stream. If they choose to stay in the Double Degree program and their CGPA falls below 2.0, they will be removed from the Double Degree program. Students removed from the program for this reason may request re-instatement if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

Program Requirements
The Double Degree program requires the completion of 25.0 credits. 21.5 credits are core program requirements as listed below, and 3.5 further credits are required to complete degree requirements. 

NOTE: Students who have taken STAB52H3 and STAB57H3 and then transfer to any other BBA program must also take MGEB12H3 to fulfill the program requirements.

1. Communications requirement (0.5 credit)
MGTA38H3 Management Communications

2. Management requirements (5.0 credits)
MGAB01H3 Introductory Financial Accounting I
MGAB02H3 Introductory Financial Accounting II
MGAB03H3 Introductory Management Accounting
MGHB02H3 Managing People and Groups in Organizations
MGHA12H3 Human Resource Management
MGHC02H3 Management Skills
MGMA01H3 Principles of Marketing
MGMB01H3 Marketing Management
MGOC10H3 Analysis for Decision-Making
MGOC20H3 Operations Management: A Mathematical Approach

3. Science requirements (9.0 credits)
CSCA08H3 Introduction to Computer Science I
MATA67H3/CSCA67H3 Discrete Mathematics
CSCC37H3 Introduction to Numerical Algorithms for Computational Mathematics
MATA22H3 Linear Algebra I for Mathematical Sciences
MATA31H3 Calculus I for Mathematical Sciences
MATA37H3 Calculus II for Mathematical Sciences
MATB24H3 Linear Algebra II
MATB41H3 Techniques of the Calculus of Several Variables I
MATB42H3 Techniques of the Calculus of Several Variables II
MATB44H3 Differential Equations I
MATB61H3 Linear Programming and Optimization
MATC46H3 Differential Equations II
STAB52H3 An Introduction to Probability
STAB57H3 An Introduction to Statistics
STAC62H3 Probability and Stochastic Processes I
STAC67H3 Regression Analysis
STAD37H3 Multivariate Analysis
STAD57H3 Time Series Analysis

4. Economics requirements (2.0 credits)
MGEA02H3 Introduction to Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEA06H3 Introduction to Macroeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB02H3 Price Theory: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB06H3 Macroeconomic Theory and Policy: A Mathematical Approach

5. Finance requirements (3.0 credits)
MGFB10H3 Principles of Finance
MGFC10H3 Intermediate Finance
[MGFC30H3 Introduction to Derivatives Markets or STAB41H3 Financial Derivatives]
MGFC35H3/(MGFD10H3) Investments
STAC70H3 Statistics and Finance I
STAD70H3 Statistics and Finance II

6. At least four courses (2.0 credits) from:
MGEC71H3 Money and Banking
MGFC20H3 Personal Financial Management
MGFC45H3 Portfolio Management: Theory & Practice
MGFC50H3 International Financial Management
MGFC60H3 Financial Statement Analysis & Security Valuation
MGFD15H3 Private Equity
MGFD25H3 Financial Technologies and Applications (FinTech) 
MGFD30H3 Risk Management
MGFD40H3 Investor Psychology and Behavioural Finance
MGFD50H3 Mergers and Acquisitions: Theory and Practice
MGFD60H3 Financial Modeling and Trading Strategies
MGFD70H3 Advanced Financial Management

NOTE: In selecting options and electives, students should refer to the guidelines for program breadth and depth found in the Degree Requirements section of this Calendar.

DOUBLE DEGREE: BBA, SPECIALIST (CO-OPERATIVE) PROGRAM IN MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE / HONOURS BSc, SPECIALIST (CO-OPERATIVE) PROGRAM IN STATISTICS, QUANTITATIVE FINANCE STREAM

Assistant Director: P. Brown (416-287-7421)  Email: mgmtcoop.utsc@utoronto.ca
Management Co-op Academic Director: S. Ahmed  E-mail: mgmtss.utsc@utoronto.ca
Double Degree in Quantitative Finance and Statistics Co-op Supervisor of Studies: S. Damouras  E mail: sotirios.damouras@utoronto.ca 

Academic Directors:
S. Ahmed Email: mgmtss.utsc@utoronto.ca (BBA)
S. Damouras Email: sotirios.damouras@utoronto.ca  (BSc)

Program Director: C. Arsenault E-mail: mgmtcoop.utsc@utoronto.ca

The Double Degree program combines the Specialist (Co-operative) Program in Management and Finance and the Specialist (Co-operative) Program in Statistics, Quantitative Finance stream. Students completing the Double Degree program will qualify to graduate with two degree designations – the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and the Honours Bachelor of Science (BSc), assuming all other degree criteria are met.

The Double Degree program is a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) program that combines academic studies with paid work terms in public and private enterprises. Depending on their needs and abilities, students work in areas such as finance, insurance, data analytics, accounting, consulting, business intelligence, marketing, policy, strategic planning and entrepreneurship. The Double Degree program will equip students with a comprehensive understanding of financial markets, and develop the business and quantitative skills required to function in them.

The Double Degree program operates on a trimester schedule, featuring three terms (Fall, Winter and Summer) in each Calendar year. Students work or study in all three terms for five years, or until graduation requirements are met. It requires 11 four-month terms of study and 3 four-month work terms.

Enrolment Requirements

Enrolment in the Double Degree program is limited.

1. Students applying directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English, Grade 12 Advanced Functions, and Grade 12 Calculus & Vectors. Applicants must also submit a Supplementary Application Form.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to Double Degree Program Directly from High School:

Students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA22H3, MATA31H3, MATA37H3, MATA67H3/CSCA67H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3 and MGTA38H3.

2. Students already pursuing a BBA program and degree may apply to enter this Double Degree program. The application can be made before the end of the Winter semester and/or before the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request. Students considering switching to the Double Degree program should consult with the program supervisors as soon as possible.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period, and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed at least 5.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR), including: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGTA38H3, MATA22H3, MATA31H3, MATA37H3, and MATA67H3/CSCA67H3.

Students who have taken MATA34H3 or [[MATA30H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA36H3]] instead of [MATA31H3 and MATA37H3] can still apply to the Double Degree program if they are taking or plan to take MATA37H3 at the time of application and could receive admission conditional on their grade in MATA37H3 being above a threshold to be specified each year.

Notes:

  1. Students MUST complete the pre-requisite of MATA67H3/CSCA67H3 in order to take MATA37H3.
  2. MATA34H3 is not a substitute for MATA31H3. Students who have completed MATA34H3 will be required to take MATA31H3 as an Extra (EXT) course before taking MATA37H3

Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be able to apply to the Double Degree Program. For those who apply with more than 5.0 credits, their CGPA at the time of application will be calculated with more weight assigned to the required courses listed under the 5.0 credits.

Applicants must submit a resume and covering letter to the Management Co-op Office during the limited Subject POSt request period outlined on the Office of the Registrar website.  For information on what to include in your resume and covering letter, visit the Management Co-op website. An interview may also be required.

CGPA Requirement to Remain in the Double Degree Co-op Program

Students must maintain a CGPA of 2.5 or higher. Students whose CGPA falls below 2.5 will be placed on probation. Students on probation will be reinstated to the Double Degree program if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.5. Students who cannot get out of probation in two consecutive sessions, or whose CGPA falls below 2.3, will be removed from the Double Degree Co-op Program. Students removed from the Double Degree (Specialist Co-op Programs) can pursue the Double Degree (Specialist Programs), or one of its non Co-op constituent programs (i.e., the BBA Specialist Program in Management and Finance, or the BSc Specialist Program in Statistics, Quantitative Finance stream).

Program Requirements
The Double Degree program requires the completion of 25.0 credits. 21.5 credits are core program requirements as listed below, and 3.5 further credits are required to complete degree requirements. 

NOTE: Students who have taken STAB53H3 and STAB57H3 and then transfer to any other BBA program must also take MGEB12H3 to fulfill the program requirements. 

1. Communications requirement (0.5 credit)
MGTA38H3 Management Communications

2. Management requirements (5.0 credits)
MGAB01H3 Introductory Financial Accounting I
MGAB02H3 Introductory Financial Accounting II
MGAB03H3 Introductory Management Accounting
MGHB02H3 Managing People and Groups in Organizations
MGHA12H3 Human Resource Management
MGHC02H3 Management Skills
MGMA01H3 Principles of Marketing
MGMB01H3 Marketing Management
MGOC10H3 Analysis for Decision-Making
MGOC20H3 Operations Management: A Mathematical Approach

3. Science requirements (9.0 credits)
CSCA08H3 Introduction to Computer Science I
MATA67H3/CSCA67H3 Discrete Mathematics
CSCC37H3 Introduction to Numerical Algorithms for Computational Mathematics
MATA22H3 Linear Algebra I for Mathematical Sciences
MATA31H3 Calculus I for Mathematical Sciences
MATA37H3 Calculus II for Mathematical Science
MATB24H3 Linear Algebra II
MATB41H3 Techniques of the Calculus of Several Variables I
MATB42H3 Techniques of the Calculus of Several Variables II
MATB44H3 Differential Equations I
MATB61H3 Linear Programming and Optimization
MATC46H3 Differential Equations II
STAB52H3 An Introduction to Probability
STAB57H3 An Introduction to Statistics
STAC62H3 Probability and Stochastic Processes I
STAC67H3 Regression Analysis
STAD37H3 Multivariate Analysis
STAD57H3 Time Series Analysis

4. Economics requirements (2.0 credits)
MGEA02H3 Introduction to Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEA06H3 Introduction to Macroeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB02H3 Price Theory: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB06H3 Macroeconomic Theory and Policy: A Mathematical Approach

5. Finance requirements (3.0 credits)
MGFB10H3 Principles of Finance
MGFC10H3 Intermediate Finance
[MGFC30H3 Introduction to Derivatives Markets or STAB41H3 Financial Derivatives]
MGFC35H3/(MGFD10H3) Investments
STAC70H3 Statistics and Finance I
STAD70H3 Statistics and Finance II

6. At least four courses (2.0 credits) from:
MGEC71H3 Money and Banking
MGFC20H3 Personal Financial Management
MGFC45H3 Portfolio Management: Theory & Practice 
MGFC50H3 International Financial Management
MGFC60H3 Financial Statement Analysis & Security Valuation
MGFD15H3 Private Equity
MGFD25H3 Financial Technologies and Applications (FinTech) 
MGFD30H3 Risk Management
MGFD40H3 Investor Psychology and Behavioural Finance
MGFD50H3 Mergers and Acquisitions: Theory and Practice
MGFD60H3 Financial Modeling and Trading Strategies
MGFD70H3 Advanced Financial Management

NOTE: In selecting options and electives, students should refer to the guidelines for program breadth and depth found in the Degree Requirements section of this Calendar.


Co-op Work Term Requirements

All Double Degree program Co-op students must take MGTA38H3 prior to commencement of their first work term. Students are advised to consult regularly with the Academic Supervisors, or the Program Director, if they have questions regarding course selection and scheduling. It is however the students' individual responsibility to ensure that they have completed the correct courses to make them eligible for each work term and that they have correctly completed program and degree requirements for graduation.

Students who apply after the first year and are successful in receiving a June offer will be expected to complete a Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE) course beginning in the third week of June, and continuing throughout the summer.

To compete for a work term a student must maintain a 2.5 CGPA, and must have completed:

  1. For the first work term:
    1. 7.0 credits, including: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3MGMA01H3, MGTA38H3MATA22H3, MATA31H3 and MATA37H3.
    2. The Management Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration Courses (AYCE): [COPB11H3 and COPB12H3] or COPB10Y3
  2. For the second work term: 9.0 credits.
  3. For the third work term: 11.0 credits.

For information on fees, status in Co-op programs, and certification of completion of Co-op programs, see the Co-operative Programs section of this Calendar.

 

Management Programs

COMBINED DEGREE PROGRAMS, BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION / MASTER OF ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE

The Combined Degree Programs for UTSC Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with the Master of Accounting and Finance (MAccFin) offered by the Graduate Department of Management allow exceptional students who are registered in one of the Specialist/Specialist Co-op programs identified below to apply during Year 2 of their undergraduate studies, and be considered, for admission to the MAccFin program. They are designed for students with no prior work experience who are interested in pursuing careers in account management, wealth management, consultancy, and entrepreneurship.

Contact Information:
Email: Maccfin@utsc.utoronto.ca

The Combined Degree Programs options are:

  • Management and Accounting (Specialist), Bachelor of Business Administration/ Master of Accounting and Finance
  • Management and Accounting (Specialist Co-op), Bachelor of Business Administration/ Master of Accounting and Finance

Application Process:

  • Applicants must apply to the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program, the MAccFin program, and the CDP.
  • Qualified student in Year 2 of their BBA degree program apply to the MAccFin program and their chosen CDP through the SGS Online Admission Application system:
    • Students may apply after they have completed up to 10.0 credits; however, students who have completed more than 10.0 credits may not be considered for admission to the Program.
  • Applicants must:
    • Complete a standardized application form with customized fields through the SGS Online Application System;
    • Provide at least two reference letters; and
    • Provide a resume.
  • Applicants will be scored on each admission requirement and then ranked based on their overall score.

Minimum Admission Requirements:
Admission to the program is extremely competitive, and all aspects of the application are considered. Meeting minimum grade requirements does not guarantee admission. To be considered for conditional admission to the MAccFin program and the selected CDP, applicants must meet the following admission requirements:

  • Be admitted to the BBA degree and one of the Management and Accounting Specialist programs at UTSC.
  • Meet the minimum admission requirements of the School of Graduate Studies and the MAccFin program.
  • Be enrolled full-time and in good standing in the BBA program:
    • have a B+ average (CGPA of 3.3) or higher in Year 2;
    • carry a full course load of 5.0 credits each year (i.e., complete 5.0 credits over the three academic sessions - Fall, Winter, Summer); where necessary, exceptions will be made for students in Co-op programs.

Program Requirements and Path to Completion:

  • This CDP requires that students follow prescribed co-op term and/or academic study sequencing options as determined and communicated by the Department of Management. 
  • Complete all of the requirements of the Management and Accounting Specialist programs, with the following modifications:
    • Students must complete MGEC08H3 (0.5 credit in Economics);
    • Students are exempted from MGEB12H3 and MGAD70H3;
    • Students must complete MGFC35H3 (0.5 credit in Finance);
    • In the Summer terms of Year 3 of their undergraduate studies, students must complete 1.0 FCE in graduate courses as described below. The 1.0 FCE in graduate courses will be graded as graduate courses, as per the University Assessment and Grading Practices Policy, 2012 (section B.4.1.2). The 1.0 FCE in graduate courses will count towards both the BBA degree and the MAccFin program and degree:
      • MAF 2001H
      • MAF 2002H
    • Students must complete all of the following advanced accounting courses, which are necessary for CPA designation: MGAD20H3, MGAD40H3, MGAD45H3, MGAD50H3, MGAD65H3.
  • Year 4: BBA degree requirements
    • students must complete all BBA program requirements, with the modifications described above, and degree requirements;
    • students are expected to carrry a full course load of 5.0 credits over the three academic sessions (Fall, Winter, Summer) of each year; where necessary, exceptions will be made for students in Co-op programs.
  • Session 1: MAccFin program and degree requirements, with the following modifications:
    • students who have successfully completed MAF 2001H as part of their BBA requirements, do not need to repeat it;
    • students who have successfully completed MAF 2002H as part of their BBA requirements, do not need to repeat it.
  • Session 2-4: remaining MAccFin program and degree requirements.

SPECIALIST PROGRAM IN ECONOMICS FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES (BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - SCSPE0133

Academic Director: Jack Parkinson Email: ecoss.utsc@utoronto.ca

This program will provide a specialization for those wishing for a substantial component of Economics in a Management degree leading to a B.B.A. The Program is designed to allow students to learn practical skills of data analysis and to combine them with the interpretive skills given by knowledge of economic theory.

Enrolment Requirements
Enrolment in this Program is limited.

1. Students enrolling directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Calculus.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Programs Directly from High School
Students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA34H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3 and MGTA38H3.

2. Students requesting admission after first year must request ONLY ONE Management Subject POSt on ACORN. Students may apply at the end of the Winter semester and/or at the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period, and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed the following courses (or their equivalent): MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. None of the courses listed above (or their equivalent) can be designated as CR/NCR. Of the total credits that students have completed when they apply, at least 4.0 credits just in University of Toronto courses that have been graded (i.e., not designated as CR/NCR). Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be considered for admission to the Program.

In order to remain in the Program, students must maintain a CGPA of 2.0 or higher after having attempted at least 4.0 credits. Students whose CGPA falls below 2.0 will be removed from the Program. Students removed from the program, for this reason, may request reinstatement if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

Program Requirements
The Specialist Program in Economics for Management Studies requires the completion of 16.0 credits as part of a twenty-credit B.B.A. degree.

Note: A single course may only be used once to fulfill one of the following requirements:


1. 8.5 credits in Economics for Management Studies:

MGEA02H3 Introduction to Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEA06H3 Introduction to Macroeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB02H3 Price Theory: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB06H3 Macroeconomic Theory and Policy: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB11H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics I
MGEB12H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics II
MGEC02H3 Topics in Price Theory
MGEC06H3 Topics in Macroeconomics Theory
MGEC11H3 Introduction to Regression Analysis
MGED02H3 Advanced Microeconomic Theory
MGED06H3 Advanced Macroeconomic Theory
MGED11H3 Theory and Practice of Regression Analysis
MGED50H3 Workshop in Economic Research,
and
2.0 credits in Economics for Management Studies courses including at least 1.0 credit at the C-level [excluding MGEC91H3, MGEC92H3, and MGEC93H3].

2. (0.5 credit):
MATA34H3
or
[[MATA29H3/​MATA30H3/​MATA31H3/​(MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3)/MATA35H3/​MATA36H3/​MATA37H3]]

3. (6.5 credits):
MGMA01H3 Principles of Marketing
MGTA38H3 Management Communications
MGAB01H3 Introductory Financial Accounting I
MGAB02H3 Introductory Financial Accounting II
MGAB03H3 Introductory Management Accounting
MGFB10H3 Principles of Finance
MGFC10H3 Intermediate Finance
MGHA12H3 Human Resource Management
MGHB02H3 Managing People and Groups in Organizations
MGHC02H3 Management Skills
MGMB01H3 Marketing Management
MGOC10H3 Analytics for Decision Making
MGOC20H3 Operations Management

4. At least 0.5 credit of courses emphasizing strategic management, chosen from:
MGSB01H3 Introduction to Strategy
MGSB22H3 Entrepreneurship
MGSC01H3 Strategic Management I
MGSC03H3 Public Management
MGSC05H3 The Changing World of Business-Government Relations
MGSC10H3 Business Strategy in the Digital Age
MGSC12H3 Narrative and Management
MGSC14H3 Management Ethics
MGSC20H3 Consulting and Contracting: New Ways of Work
MGSC30H3 The Legal Environment of Business I
MGSD24H3 New Venture Creation and Planning

Note: In selecting options and electives, students should refer to the guidelines for program breadth and depth found in the Degree Requirements section of the UTSC Calendar.

SPECIALIST (CO-OPERATIVE) PROGRAM IN ECONOMICS FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES (BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - SCSPE1332

Academic Director: J. Parkinson E-mail: ecoss.utsc@utoronto.ca
Assistant Director: P. Brown E-mail: mgmtcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca

The Specialist (Co-operative) Program in Economics for Management Studies is a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) program that combines academic studies with paid work terms in public and private enterprises. Depending on their needs and abilities, students work in areas such as accounting, public administration, auditing, communications, economic development, finance, human resources/personnel, information systems, marketing, policy, strategic planning and entrepreneurship.

This program will provide a specialization for those wishing for a substantial component of Economics in a Management degree leading to a B.B.A. It is designed to allow students to learn practical skills of data analysis and to combine them with the interpretive skills given by the knowledge of economic theory.

The Program operates on a trimester schedule, featuring three semesters (Fall, Winter and Summer) in each Calendar year. Students work or study in all three semesters for four years, or until graduation requirements are met. The Program requires eight four-month semesters of study and three four-month work terms. Students normally begin with three to five study terms (Fall, Winter and Summer), then alternate study and work terms. Students always conclude their degree with a study term.

Enrolment Requirements
Enrolment in this Program is limited.

1. Students applying directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Calculus.
Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Co-op Programs Directly from High school students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA34H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3, and MGTA38H3.

2. Students requesting admission after the first year must request ONLY ONE Management Co-op Subject POSt on ACORN. Students may apply at the end of the Winter semester and/or at the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Normally, the minimum CGPA requirement for Co-op Programs will be higher than for non Co-op Programs. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed the following courses (or their equivalent): MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MGTA38H3, and MATA34H3. However [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. None of the courses listed above (or their equivalent) can be designated as CR/NCR. Of the total credits that students have completed when they apply, at least 4.0 credits must be in University of Toronto courses that have been graded (i.e., not designated as CR/NCR). Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be considered for admission to the Program.

Applicants must submit a resume and covering letter to the Management Co-op Office during the limited Subject POSt request period outlined on the Office of the Registrar website. For information on what to include in your resume and covering letter, visit the Management Co-op Office website. An interview may also be required.

CGPA Requirement to Remain in the Program
Students whose CGPA falls below 2.5 will be placed on probation; Students whose CGPA falls below 2.3 will be removed from Co-op, and students whose CGPA falls below 2.0 will be removed from all BBA programs. A student may request reinstatement to the non Co-op Specialist Program only if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

Most internal admissions to Management Co-op will be done at the end of the Winter semester. Based on availability, a small number of students who apply at the end of the Summer semester may be admitted.

Program Requirements
Students must complete the program requirements as described in the Specialist Program in Economics for Management Studies.

Co-op Work Term Requirements
All Co-op students must take MGTA38H3 prior to the commencement of their first work term. Students are advised to consult regularly with the Academic Director, or the Program Advisor if they have questions regarding course selection and scheduling. It is, however, the students' individual responsibility to ensure that they have completed the correct courses to make them eligible for each work term and that they have correctly completed program and degree requirements for graduation.

Students who apply after the first year and are successful in receiving a June offer to any Management Co-op program will be expected to complete a Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE) course beginning in the third week of June and continuing throughout the summer.

To compete for a work term a student must maintain a 2.5 CGPA, and must have completed:

1. For the first work term:
a) 7.0 credits, including: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3, MGTA38H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement.
b) The Management Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE): [COPB11H3 and COPB12H3] or COPB10Y3.

2. For the second work term: 9.0 credits.

3. For the third work term: 11.0 credits.

For information on fees and status in Co-op programs, and certification of completion of Co-op programs, please see the Co-operative Programs section or the Management Co-op section in the UTSC Calendar.

SPECIALIST PROGRAM IN MANAGEMENT (BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - SCSPE24313

Academic Director: S. Ahmed E-mail: mgmtss@utsc.utoronto.ca

This program is designed to give students a broad exposure to all functional areas of Management as well as a solid grounding in Economics.

Enrolment Requirements

Enrolment in this Program is limited.

1. Students enrolling directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Calculus.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Programs Directly from High School Students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA34H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3, and MGTA38H3.

2. Students requesting admission after first year must request ONLY ONE Management Subject POSt on ACORN. Students may apply at the end of the Winter semester and/or at the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period, and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed the following courses (or their equivalent): MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. None of the courses listed above (or their equivalent) can be designated as CR/NCR. Of the total credits that students have completed when they apply, at least 4.0 credits just in University of Toronto courses that have been graded (i.e., not designated as CR/NCR). Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be considered for admission to the Program.

In order to remain in the Program, students must maintain a CGPA of 2.0 or higher after having attempted at least 4.0 credits. Students whose CGPA falls below 2.0 will be removed from the Program. Students removed from the program, for this reason, may request reinstatement if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

Program Requirements
This program requires the completion of 13.0 credits as part of a twenty-credit B.B.A. degree.

Note: A single course may only be used once to fulfill one of the following requirements:

1. (6.5 credits):
MGMA01H3 Principles of Marketing
MGTA38H3 Management Communications
MGAB01H3 Introductory Financial Accounting I
MGAB02H3 Introductory Financial Accounting II
MGAB03H3 Introductory Management Accounting
MGFB10H3 Principles of Finance
MGHA12H3 Human Resource Management
MGHB02H3 Managing People and Groups in Organizations
MGMB01H3 Marketing Management
MGFC10H3 Intermediate Finance
MGHC02H3 Management Skills
MGOC10H3 Analytics for Decision Making
MGOC20H3 Operations Management

2. (0.5 credit):
MATA34H3
or
[[MATA29H3/​MATA30H3/​MATA31H3/​(MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3)/MATA35H3/​MATA36H3/​MATA37H3]]

3. At least 0.5 credit of courses emphasizing strategic management, chosen from:
MGSB01H3 Introduction to Strategy
MGSB22H3 Entrepreneurship
MGSC01H3 Strategic Management I
MGSC03H3 Public Management
MGSC05H3 The Changing World of Business-Government Relations
MGSC10H3 Business Strategy in the Digital Age
MGSC12H3 Narrative and Management
MGSC14H3 Management Ethics
MGSC20H3 Consulting and Contracting: New Ways of Work
MGSC30H3 The Legal Environment of Business I
MGSD24H3 New Venture Creation and Planning

4. (3.0 credits):
MGEA02H3 Introduction to Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEA06H3 Introduction to Macroeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB02H3 Price Theory: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB06H3 Macroeconomic Theory and Policy: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB11H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics I
MGEB12H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics II

5. 1.5 credits of any C or D-level Management or Economic courses.

6. 1.0 credit of D-level in Management or Economic courses.

Note: In selecting options and electives, students should refer to the guidelines for program breadth and depth found in the Degree Requirements section of the UTSC Calendar.

SPECIALIST (CO-OPERATIVE) PROGRAM IN MANAGEMENT (BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - SCSPE24315

Academic Director: S. Ahmed E-mail: mgmtss@utsc.utoronto.ca
Assistant Director: P. Brown E-mail: mgmtcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca

The Specialist (Co-operative) Program in Management is a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) program that combines academic studies with paid work terms in public and private enterprises. Depending on their needs and abilities, students work in areas such as accounting, public administration, auditing, communications, economic development, finance, human resources/personnel, information systems, marketing, policy, strategic planning and entrepreneurship.

This Program is designed to give students a broad exposure to all functional areas of Management as well as a solid grounding in Economics.

The Program operates on a trimester schedule, featuring three semesters (Fall, Winter and Summer) in each Calendar year. Students work or study in all three semesters for four years, or until graduation requirements are met. The Program requires eight four-month semesters of study and three four-month work terms. Students normally begin with three to five study terms (Fall, Winter and Summer), then alternate study and work terms. Students always conclude their degree with a study term.

Enrolment Requirements
Enrolment in this Program is limited.

1. Students applying directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Calculus.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Co-op Programs Directly from High School
Students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA34H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3, and MGTA38H3.

2. Students requesting admission after the first year must request ONLY ONE Management Co-op Subject POSt on ACORN. Students may apply at the end of the Winter semester and/or at the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period, and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Normally, the minimum CGPA requirement for Co-op Programs will be higher than for non Co-op Programs. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed the following courses (or their equivalent): MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. None of the courses listed above (or their equivalent) can be designated as CR/NCR. Of the total credits that students have completed when they apply, at least 4.0 credits must be in University of Toronto courses that have been graded (i.e., not designated as CR/NCR). Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be considered for admission to the Program.

Applicants must submit a resume and covering letter to the Management Co-op Office during the limited Subject POSt request period outlined on the Office of the Registrar website. For information on what to include in your resume and covering letter, visit the Management Co-op Office website. An interview may also be required.

CGPA Requirement to Remain in the Program
Students whose CGPA falls below 2.5 will be placed on probation; Students whose CGPA falls below 2.3 will be removed from Co-op, and students whose CGPA falls below 2.0 will be removed from all BBA programs. A student may request reinstatement to the non Co-op Specialist Program only if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

Most internal admissions to Management Co-op will be done at the end of the Winter semester. Based on availability, a small number of students who apply at the end of the Summer semester may be admitted.

Program Requirements
Students must complete the program requirements as described in the Specialist Program in Management.

Co-op Work Term Requirements
All Co-op students must take MGTA38H3 prior to the commencement of their first work term. Students are advised to consult regularly with the Academic Director, or the Program Advisor if they have questions regarding course selection and scheduling. It is, however, the students' individual responsibility to ensure that they have completed the correct courses to make them eligible for each work term and that they have correctly completed program and degree requirements for graduation.

Students who apply after the first year and are successful in receiving a June offer to any Management Co-op program will be expected to complete a Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE) course beginning in the third week of June and continuing throughout the summer.

To compete for a work term a student must maintain a 2.5 CGPA, and must have completed:

1.For the first work term:
a) 7.0 credits, including: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3, MATA34H3, and MGTA38H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement.

b) The Management Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE): [COPB11H3 and COPB12H3] or COPB10Y3.

2. For the second work term: 9.0 credits.

3. For the third work term: 11.0 credits.

For information on fees and status in Co-op programs, and certification of completion of Co-op programs, please see the Co-operative Programs section or the Management Co-op section in the UTSC Calendar.

SPECIALIST PROGRAM IN MANAGEMENT AND ACCOUNTING (BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - SCSPE2432A

Academic Director: S. Ahmed Email: mgmtss@utsc.utoronto.ca

This Program is designed students interested in acquiring a concentrated core of accounting and related knowledge that is required to become a professional accountant. It provides a solid foundation to prepare students to become Chartered Professional Accountants after graduation. In addition, the Specialist Program provides students with the personal and professional attributes necessary to build a successful career in senior management.

The Program encompasses topics such as introductory to advanced financial and managerial accounting, assurance, taxation, economics, and finance. There is also a range of more advanced electives which cover topics and competencies that incorporate critical thinking and ethical decision making.

Enrolment Requirements
Enrolment in this Program is limited.

1. Students enrolling directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Calculus.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Programs Directly from High School Students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA34H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3 and MGTA38H3.

2. Students requesting admission after the first year must request ONLY ONE Management Subject POSt on ACORN. Students may apply at the end of the Winter semester and/or at the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period, and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed the following courses (or their equivalent): MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. None of the courses listed above (or their equivalent) can be designated as CR/NCR. Of the total credits that students have completed when they apply, at least 4.0 credits just in University of Toronto courses that have been graded (i.e., not designated as CR/NCR). Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be considered for admission to the Program.

In order to remain in the Program, students must maintain a CGPA of 2.0 or higher after having attempted at least 4.0 credits. Students whose CGPA falls below 2.0 will be removed from the Program. Students removed from the program, for this reason, may request reinstatement if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

Program Requirements
The Program requires the completion of 14.5 credits as part of a twenty-credit B.B.A. degree.

Note: A single course may only be used once to fulfill one of the following requirements:

1. (6.5 credits):
MGMA01H3 Principles of Marketing
MGTA38H3 Management Communications
MGAB01H3 Introductory Financial Accounting I
MGAB02H3 Introductory Financial Accounting II
MGAB03H3 Introductory Management Accounting
MGFB10H3 Principles of Finance
MGHA12H3 Human Resource Management
MGHB02H3 Managing People and Groups in Organizations
MGMB01H3 Marketing Management
MGFC10H3 Intermediate Finance
MGHC02H3 Management Skills
MGOC10H3 Analytics for Decision Making
MGOC20H3 Operations Management

2. (0.5 credit):
MATA34H3
or
[[MATA29H3/​MATA30H3/​MATA31H3/​(MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3)/MATA35H3/​MATA36H3/​MATA37H3]]

3. (3.0 credits):
MGEA02H3 Introduction to Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEA06H3 Introduction to Macroeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB02H3 Price Theory: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB06H3 Macroeconomic Theory and Policy: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB11H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics I
MGEB12H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics II

4. (4.0 credits):
MGAC01H3 Intermediate Financial Accounting I
MGAC02H3 Intermediate Financial Accounting II
MGAC03H3 Intermediate Management Accounting
MGSC30H3 The Legal Environment of Business I
MGAC50H3 Canadian Income Taxation I
MGAC70H3 Management Information Systems
MGAC10H3 Auditing
MGAD70H3 Advanced Accounting Case Analysis: A Capstone Course

5. At least 0.5 credit at the D-level course from:
MGAD20H3 Advanced Auditing
MGAD40H3 Management Control Systems
MGAD45H3 Corporate Governance and Strategy: CPA Perspective
MGAD50H3 Advanced Financial Accounting
MGAD65H3 Canadian Income Taxation II

Notes:

1. In selecting options and electives, students should refer to the guidelines for program breadth and depth found in the Degree Requirements section of the UTSC Calendar.

2. The Chartered Professional Accountancy (CPA) requirements:
Students interested in the CPA designation must also complete: MGAD40H3 Management Control Systems, MGAD50H3 Advanced Financial Accounting, MGAD65H3 Canadian Income Taxation II, MGAD20H3 Advanced Auditing and MGAD45H3 Corporate Governance and Strategy: CPA Perspective.

Students are strongly advised to refer to the CPA Ontario website. This website will have the designation's specified minimum grade and the updated program requirements. It is imperative that students check the following website regularly for current information.

SPECIALIST (CO-OPERATIVE) PROGRAM IN MANAGEMENT AND ACCOUNTING (BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - SCSPE2432B

Academic Director: S. Ahmed E-mail: mgmtss@utsc.utoronto.ca
Assistant Director: P. Brown E-mail: mgmtcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca

The Specialist (Co-operative) Program in Management and Accounting is a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) program that combines academic studies with paid work terms in public and private enterprises. Depending on their needs and abilities, students work in areas such as accounting, public administration, auditing, communications, economic development, finance, human resources/personnel, information systems, marketing, policy, strategic planning and entrepreneurship.
This Program is designed for students interested in acquiring a concentrated core of accounting and related knowledge that is required to become a professional accountant. It provides a solid foundation to prepare students to become Chartered Professional Accountants after graduation. In addition, the Program provides students with the personal and professional attributes necessary to build a successful career in senior management.

This Program encompasses topics such as introductory to advanced financial and managerial accounting, assurance, taxation, economics, and finance. There is also a range of more advanced electives that cover topics and competencies that incorporate critical thinking and ethical decision making.

The Program operates on a trimester schedule, featuring three semesters (Fall, Winter and Summer) in each Calendar year. Students work or study in all three semesters for four years, or until graduation requirements are met. The Program requires eight four-month semesters of study and three four-month work terms. Students normally begin with three to five study terms (Fall, Winter and Summer), then alternate study and work terms. Students always conclude their degree with a study term.

Enrolment Requirements
Enrolment in this Program is limited.

1. Students applying directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Calculus.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Co-op Programs Directly from High School
students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA34H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3 and MGTA38H3.

2. Students requesting admission after the first year must request ONLY ONE Management Co-op Subject POSt on ACORN. Students may apply at the end of the Winter semester and/or at the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Normally, the minimum CGPA requirement for Co-op Programs will be higher than for non Co-op Programs. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed the following courses (or their equivalent): MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. None of the courses listed above (or their equivalent) can be designated as CR/NCR. Of the total credits that students have completed when they apply, at least 4.0 credits must be in University of Toronto courses that have been graded (i.e., not designated as CR/NCR). Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be considered for admission to the Program.

Applicants must submit a resume and covering letter to the Management Co-op Office during the limited Subject POSt request period outlined on the Office of the Registrar website. For information on what to include in your resume and covering letter, visit the Management Co-op Office website. An interview may also be required.

CGPA Requirement to Remain in the Program
Students whose CGPA falls below 2.5 will be placed on probation; Students whose CGPA falls below 2.3 will be removed from Co-op, and students whose CGPA falls below 2.0 will be removed from all BBA programs. A student may request reinstatement to the non Co-op Specialist Program only if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

Most internal admissions to Management Co-op will be done at the end of the Winter semester. Based on availability, a small number of students who apply at the end of the Summer semester may be admitted.

Program Requirements
Students must complete the program requirements as described in the Specialist Program in Management and Accounting.

Co-op Work Term Requirements
All Co-op students must take MGTA38H3 prior to the commencement of their first work term. Students are advised to consult regularly with the Academic Director, or the Program Advisor if they have questions regarding course selection and scheduling. It is, however, the students' individual responsibility to ensure that they have completed the correct courses to make them eligible for each work term and that they have correctly completed program and degree requirements for graduation.

Students who apply after the first year and are successful in receiving a June offer to any Management Co-op program will be expected to complete a Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE) course beginning in the third week of June and continuing throughout the summer.

To compete for a work term a student must maintain a 2.5 CGPA, and must have completed:

1. For the first work term:
a) 7.0 credits, including: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3, MGTA38H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement.
b) The Management Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE): [COPB11H3 and COPB12H3] or COPB10Y3.

2. For the second work term: 9.0 credits.

3. For the third work term: 11.0 credits.

For information on fees and status in Co-op programs, and certification of completion of Co-op programs, please see the Co-operative Programs section or the Management Co-op section in the UTSC Calendar.

SPECIALIST PROGRAM IN MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE (BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - SCSPE2432F

Academic Director: S. Ahmed Email: mgmtss@utsc.utoronto.ca

This Program builds on the core of the Specialist in Management Program and offers a deeper and wider coverage of Finance topics. The Program will equip students with a comprehensive understanding of financial issues and concepts, and with a firm mastery of methodologies and problem solving skills required in modern-day finance.

Enrolment Requirements

Enrolment in this Program is limited.

1. Students enrolling directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Calculus.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Programs Directly from High School Students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA34H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3 and MGTA38H3.

2. Students requesting admission after first year must request ONLY ONE Management Subject POSt on ACORN. Students may apply at the end of the Winter semester and/or at the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period, and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed the following courses (or their equivalent): MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, and MATA34H3. However [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. None of the courses listed above (or their equivalent) can be designated as CR/NCR. Of the total credits that students have completed when they apply, at least 4.0 credits just in University of Toronto courses that have been graded (i.e., not designated as CR/NCR). Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be considered for admission to the Program.

In order to remain in the Program, students must maintain a CGPA of 2.0 or higher after having attempted at least 4.0 credits. Students whose CGPA falls below 2.0 will be removed from the Program. Students removed from the program, for this reason, may request reinstatement if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

Program Requirements
The Program requires the completion of 13.5 credits as part of a twenty-credit B.B.A. degree.

Note: A single course may only be used once to fulfill one of the following requirements:


1. (6.5 credits):

MGMA01H3 Principles of Marketing
MGTA38H3 Management Communications
MGAB01H3 Introductory Financial Accounting I
MGAB02H3 Introductory Financial Accounting II
MGAB03H3 Introductory Management Accounting
MGFB10H3 Principles of Finance
MGHA12H3 Human Resource Management
MGHB02H3 Managing People and Groups in Organizations
MGMB01H3 Marketing Management
MGFC10H3 Intermediate Finance
MGHC02H3 Management Skills
MGOC10H3 Analytics for Decision Making
MGOC20H3 Operations Management

2. (0.5 credit):
MATA34H3
or
[[MATA29H3/​MATA30H3/​MATA31H3/​(MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3)/MATA35H3/​MATA36H3/​MATA37H3]]

3. At least 0.5 credit of courses emphasizing strategic management, chosen from:
MGSB01H3 Introduction to Strategy
MGSC01H3 Strategic Management I
MGSC03H3 Public Management
MGSC05H3 The Changing World of Business-Government Relations
MGSC10H3 Business Strategy in the Digital Age
MGSC12H3 Narrative and Management
MGSC14H3 Management Ethics
MGSC20H3 Consulting and Contracting: New Ways of Work
MGSB22H3 Entrepreneurship
MGSD24H3 New Venture Creation and Planning
MGSC30H3 The Legal Environment of Business I

4. (3.0 credits):
MGEA02H3 Introduction to Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEA06H3 Introduction to Macroeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB02H3 Price Theory: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB06H3 Macroeconomic Theory and Policy: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB11H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics I
MGEB12H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics II

5. (1.0 credit):
MGFC30H3 Introduction to Derivative Markets
MGFC35H3/​(MGFD10H3) Investments

6. At least 2.0 credits from:
MGEC71H3 Money and Banking
MGFC20H3 Personal Financial Management?
MGFC45H3 Portfolio Management: Theory and Practice
MGFC50H3 International Financial Management
MGFC60H3 Financial Statement Analysis & Security Valuation
MGFD15H3 Private Equity
MGFD25H3 Financial Technologies and Applications (FinTech)
MGFD30H3 Risk Management
MGFD40H3 Investor Psychology & Behavioural Finance
MGFD50H3 Mergers & Acquisitions: Theory & Practice
MGFD60H3 Financial Modelling & Trading Strategies
MGFD70H3 Advanced Financial Management

Note: In selecting options and electives, students should refer to the guidelines for program breadth and depth found in the Degree Requirements section of the UTSC Calendar.

SPECIALIST (CO-OPERATIVE) PROGRAM IN MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE (BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - SCSPE2432G

Academic Director: S. Ahmed E-mail: mgmtss@utsc.utoronto.ca
Assistant Director: P. Brown E-mail: mgmtcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca

The Specialist (Co-operative) Program in Management and Finance is a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) program that combines academic studies with paid work terms in public and private enterprises. Depending on their needs and abilities, students work in areas such as accounting, public administration, auditing, communications, economic development, finance, human resources/personnel, information systems, marketing, policy, strategic planning and entrepreneurship.

This Program builds on the core of the Specialist and Specialist Co-op Programs in Management, and offers a deeper and wider coverage of Finance topics. The Program will equip students with a comprehensive understanding of financial issues and concepts, and with a firm mastery of methodologies and problem-solving skills required in modern-day finance.

The Program operates on a trimester schedule, featuring three semesters (Fall, Winter and Summer) in each Calendar year. Students work or study in all three semesters for four years, or until graduation requirements are met. The Program requires eight four-month semesters of study and three four-month work terms. Students normally begin with three to five study terms (Fall, Winter and Summer), then alternate study and work terms. Students always conclude their degree with a study term.

Enrolment Requirements
Enrolment in this Program is limited.

1. Students applying directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Calculus.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Co-op Programs Directly from High School
Students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA34H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3 and MGTA38H3.

2. Students requesting admission after the first year must request ONLY ONE Management Co-op Subject POSt on ACORN. Students may apply at the end of the Winter semester and/or at the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Normally, the minimum CGPA requirement for Co-op Programs will be higher than for non Co-op Programs. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed the following courses (or their equivalent): MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. None of the courses listed above (or their equivalent) can be designated as CR/NCR. Of the total credits that students have completed when they apply, at least 4.0 credits must be in University of Toronto courses that have been graded (i.e., not designated as CR/NCR). Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be considered for admission to the Program.

Applicants must submit a resume and covering letter to the Management Co-op Office during the limited Subject POSt request period outlined on the Office of the Registrar website. For information on what to include in your resume and covering letter, visit the Management Co-op Office website. An interview may also be required.

CGPA Requirement to Remain in the Program
Students whose CGPA falls below 2.5 will be placed on probation; Students whose CGPA falls below 2.3 will be removed from Co-op, and students whose CGPA falls below 2.0 will be removed from all BBA programs. A student may request reinstatement to the non Co-op Specialist Program only if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

Most internal admissions to Management Co-op will be done at the end of the Winter semester. Based on availability, a small number of students who apply at the end of the Summer semester may be admitted.

Program Requirements
Students must complete the program requirements as described in the Specialist Program in Management and Finance.

Co-op Work Term Requirements
All Co-op students must take MGTA38H3 prior to the commencement of their first work term. Students are advised to consult regularly with the Academic Director, or the Program Advisor if they have questions regarding course selection and scheduling. It is, however, the student's individual responsibility to ensure that they have completed the correct courses to make them eligible for each work term and that they have correctly completed the program and degree requirements for graduation.

Students who apply after the first year and are successful in receiving a June offer to any Management Co-op program will be expected to complete a Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE) course beginning in the third week of June and continuing throughout the summer.

To compete for a work term a student must maintain a 2.5 CGPA, and must have completed:

1. For the first work term:
a) 7.0 credits, including: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3, MGTA38H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement.
b) The Management Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE): [COPB11H3 and COPB12H3] or COPB10Y3.

2. For the second work term: 9.0 credits.

3. For the third work term: 11.0 credits.

For information on fees and status in Co-op programs, and certification of completion of Co-op programs, please see the Co-operative Programs section or the Management Co-op section in the UTSC Calendar.

SPECIALIST PROGRAM IN MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RESOURCES (BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - SCSPE2432H

Academic Director: S. Ahmed Email: mgmtss@utsc.utoronto.ca

This Program is designed to give students a broad exposure to all functional areas of Management as well as specialization in the area of Human Resource Management (HRM). HRM is an area that encompasses topics such as recruitment and selection, performance management, compensation, and industrial relations. By taking a B.B.A. with a specialist in HRM, you will be qualified to work in any area of Human Resource Management, to take a graduate degree in HRM (potentially with advance standing), and you will be well prepared for the CHRP certification exam required by many organizations for upper-level HR positions. In order to qualify for CHRP certification, you must maintain an average of at least 70% across the 9 courses required by CHRP and at least 65% in each of those 9 courses.

By completing this Specialist Program in Management and Human Resources, you will cover the nine required CHRP courses.

Enrolment Requirements
Enrolment in this Program is limited.

1. Students enrolling directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Calculus.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Programs Directly from High School Students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA34H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3 and MGTA38H3.

2. Students requesting admission after first year must request ONLY ONE Management Subject POSt on ACORN. Students may apply at the end of the Winter semester and/or at the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period, and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed the following courses (or their equivalent): MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. None of the courses listed above (or their equivalent) can be designated as CR/NCR. Of the total credits that students have completed when they apply, at least 4.0 credits just in University of Toronto courses that have been graded (i.e., not designated as CR/NCR). Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be considered for admission to the Program.

In order to remain in the Program, students must maintain a CGPA of 2.0 or higher after having attempted at least 4.0 credits. Students whose CGPA falls below 2.0 will be removed from the Program. Students removed from the program, for this reason, may request reinstatement if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

Program Requirements
The Program requires the completion of 13.5 credits as part of a twenty-credit B.B.A.degree.

Note: A single course may only be used once to fulfill one of the following requirements:

1. (6.5 credits):
MGMA01H3 Principles of Marketing
MGTA38H3 Management Communications
MGAB01H3 Introductory Financial Accounting I
MGAB02H3 Introductory Financial Accounting II
MGAB03H3 Introductory Management Accounting
MGFB10H3 Principles of Finance
MGHA12H3 Human Resource Management
MGHB02H3 Managing People and Groups in Organizations
MGMB01H3 Marketing Management
MGFC10H3 Intermediate Finance
MGHC02H3 Management Skills
MGOC10H3 Analytics for Decision Making
MGOC20H3 Operations Management

2. (0.5 credit):
MATA34H3
or
[[MATA29H3/​MATA30H3/​MATA31H3/​(MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3)/MATA35H3/​MATA36H3/​MATA37H3]]

3. At least 0.5 credit of courses emphasizing strategic management, chosen from:
MGSB01H3 Introduction to Strategy
MGSC01H3 Strategic Management I 
MGSC03H3 Public Management
MGSC05H3 The Changing World of Business-Government Relations
MGSC10H3 Business Strategy in the Digital Age
MGSC12H3 Narrative and Management
MGSC14H3 Management Ethics
MGSC20H3 Consulting and Contracting: New Ways of Work
MGSB22H3 Entrepreneurship
MGSD24H3 New Venture Creation and Planning
MGSC30H3 The Legal Environment of Business I

4. (3.0 credits):
MGEA02H3 Introduction to Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEA06H3 Introduction to Macroeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB02H3 Price Theory: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB06H3 Macroeconomic Theory and Policy: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB11H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics I
MGEB12H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics II

5. (3.0 credits):
MGHC53H3 Introduction to Industrial Relations
MGHD24H3 Occupational Health and Safety Management
MGHD25H3 Human Resources Recruitment & Selection
MGHD26H3 Training and Development
MGHD27H3 Human Resources Planning and Strategy
MGHD28H3 Compensation

Note: In selecting options and electives, students should refer to the guidelines for program breadth and depth found in the Degree Requirements section of the UTSC Calendar.

SPECIALIST (CO-OPERATIVE) PROGRAM IN MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RESOURCES (BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - SCSPE2432J

Academic Director: S. Ahmed E-mail: mgmtss@utsc.utoronto.ca
Assistant Director: P. Brown E-mail: mgmtcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca

The Specialist (Co-operative) Program in Management and Human Resources is a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) program that combines academic studies with paid work terms in public and private enterprises. Depending on their needs and abilities, students work in areas such as accounting, public administration, auditing, communications, economic development, finance, human resources/personnel, information systems, marketing, policy, strategic planning and entrepreneurship.

This Program is designed to give students a broad exposure to all functional areas of Management as well as specialization in the area of Human Resource Management (HRM). HRM is an area that encompasses topics such as recruitment and selection, performance management, compensation, and industrial relations. By taking a B.B.A. with a specialist in HRM, you will be qualified to work in any area of Human Resource Management, to take a graduate degree in HRM (potentially with advanced standing), and you will be well prepared for the CHRP certification exam required by many organizations for upper-level HR positions. In order to qualify for CHRP certification, you must maintain an average of at least 70% across the 9 courses required by CHRP and at least 65% in each of those 9 courses.

By completing this Program, you will cover the nine required CHRP courses.

The Program operates on a trimester schedule, featuring three semesters (Fall, Winter and Summer) in each Calendar year. Students work or study in all three semesters for four years, or until graduation requirements are met. The Program requires eight four-month semesters of study and three four-month work terms. Students normally begin with three to five study terms (Fall, Winter and Summer), then alternate study and work terms. Students always conclude their degree with a study term.

Enrolment Requirements
Enrolment in this Program is limited.

1. Students applying directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Calculus.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Co-op Programs Directly from High School
Students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA34H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3 and MGTA38H3.

2. Students requesting admission after the first year must request ONLY ONE Management Co-op Subject POSt on ACORN. Students may apply at the end of the Winter semester and/or at the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Normally, the minimum CGPA requirement for Co-op Programs will be higher than for non Co-op Programs. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed the following courses (or their equivalent): MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. None of the courses listed above (or their equivalent) can be designated as CR/NCR. Of the total credits that students have completed when they apply, at least 4.0 credits must be in University of Toronto courses that have been graded (i.e., not designated as CR/NCR). Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be considered for admission to the Program.

Applicants must submit a resume and covering letter to the Management Co-op Office during the limited Subject POSt request period outlined on the Office of the Registrar website. For information on what to include in your resume and covering letter, visit the Management Co-op Office website. An interview may also be required.

CGPA Requirement to Remain in the Program
Students whose CGPA falls below 2.5 will be placed on probation; Students whose CGPA falls below 2.3 will be removed from Co-op, and students whose CGPA falls below 2.0 will be removed from all BBA programs. A student may request reinstatement to the non Co-op Specialist Program only if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

Most internal admissions to Management Co-op will be done at the end of the Winter semester. Based on availability, a small number of students who apply at the end of the Summer semester may be admitted.

Program Requirements
Students must complete the program requirements as described in the Specialist Program in Management and Human Resources.

Co-op Work Term Requirements
All Co-op students must take MGTA38H3 prior to the commencement of their first work term. Students are advised to consult regularly with the Academic Director, or the Program Advisor if they have questions regarding course selection and scheduling. It is, however, the student's individual responsibility to ensure that they have completed the correct courses to make them eligible for each work term and that they have correctly completed the program and degree requirements for graduation.

Students who apply after the first year and are successful in receiving a June offer to any Management Co-op program will be expected to complete a Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE) course beginning in the third week of June and continuing throughout the summer.

To compete for a work term a student must maintain a 2.5 CGPA, and must have completed:

1. For the first work term:
a) 7.0 credits, including: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3, MGTA38H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement.
b) The Management Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE): [COPB11H3 and COPB12H3] or COPB10Y3.

2. For the second work term: 9.0 credits.

3. For the third work term: 11.0 credits.

For information on fees and status in Co-op programs, and certification of completion of Co-op programs, please see the Co-operative Programs section or the Management Co-op section in the UTSC Calendar.

SPECIALIST PROGRAM IN MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - SCSPE2431Q

Academic Director: S. Ahmed E-mail: mgmtss@utsc.utoronto.ca

This Program is designed to give students a broad exposure to all functional areas of Management as well as a solid grounding in Computer Science.

Enrolment Requirements
Enrolment in this Program is limited.

1. Students enrolling directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Calculus.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Programs Directly from High School Students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, CSCA08H3, CSCA48H3, MATA34H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3, and MGTA38H3.

2. Students requesting admission after first year must request ONLY ONE Management Subject POSt on ACORN. Students may apply at the end of the Winter semester and/or at the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period, and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed the following courses (or their equivalent): MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. None of the courses listed above (or their equivalent) can be designated as CR/NCR. Of the total credits that students have completed when they apply, at least 4.0 credits just in University of Toronto courses that have been graded (i.e., not designated as CR/NCR). Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be considered for admission to the Program.

In order to remain in the Program, students must maintain a CGPA of 2.0 or higher after having attempted at least 4.0 credits. Students whose CGPA falls below 2.0 will be removed from the Program. Students removed from the program, for this reason, may request reinstatement if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

Program Requirements
The Program requires the completion of 14.0 credits as part of a twenty-credit B.B.A. degree.

Note: A single course may only be used once to fulfill one of the following requirements:

1. (6.5 credits):
MGMA01H3 Principles of Marketing
MGTA38H3 Management Communications
MGAB01H3 Introductory Financial Accounting I
MGAB02H3 Introductory Financial Accounting II
MGAB03H3 Introductory Management Accounting
MGFB10H3 Principles of Finance
MGHA12H3 Human Resource Management
MGHB02H3 Managing People and Groups in Organizations
MGMB01H3 Marketing Management
MGFC10H3 Intermediate Finance
MGHC02H3 Management Skills
MGOC10H3 Analytics for Decision Making
MGOC20H3 Operations Management

2. (0.5 credit):
MATA34H3
or
[[MATA29H3/​MATA30H3/​MATA31H3/​(MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3)/MATA35H3/​MATA36H3/​MATA37H3]]

3. (3.0 credits):
CSCA08H3 Introduction to Computer Science I
CSCA48H3 Introduction to Computer Science II
CSCB07H3 Software Design
CSCB09H3 Software Tools and Systems Software
CSCB20H3 Introduction to Databases and Web Applications
CSCC01H3 Introduction to Software Engineering

4. (3.0 credits):
MGEA02H3 Introduction to Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEA06H3 Introduction to Macroeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB02H3 Price Theory: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB06H3 Macroeconomic Theory and Policy: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB11H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics I
MGEB12H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics II

5. (0.5 credit):
MGSD15H3 Managing in the Information Economy
or
MGSD55H3 Strategy and Technology

6. 0.5 credit at the D-level in Management, Economics or CSC courses.

Note: In selecting options and electives, students should refer to the guidelines for program breadth and depth found in the Degree Requirements section of the UTSC Calendar.

SPECIALIST (CO-OPERATIVE) PROGRAM IN MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - SCSPE2431R

Academic Director: S. Ahmed E-mail: mgmtss@utsc.utoronto.ca
Assistant Director: P. Brown E-mail: mgmtcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca

The Specialist (Co-operative) Program in Management and Information Technology is a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) program that combines academic studies with paid work terms in public and private enterprises. Depending on their needs and abilities, students work in areas such as accounting, public administration, auditing, communications, economic development, finance, human resources/personnel, information systems, marketing, policy, strategic planning and entrepreneurship.

This Program is designed to give students a broad exposure to all functional areas of Management as well as a solid grounding in Computer Science.

The Program operates on a trimester schedule, featuring three semesters (Fall, Winter and Summer) in each Calendar year. Students work or study in all three semesters for four years, or until graduation requirements are met. The Program requires eight four-month semesters of study and three four-month work terms. Students normally begin with three to five study terms (Fall, Winter and Summer), then alternate study and work terms. Students always conclude their degree with a study term.

Enrolment Requirements
Enrolment in this Program is limited.

1. Students applying directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Calculus.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Co-op Programs Directly from High School
Students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, CSCA08H3, CSCA48H3, MATA34H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3 and MGTA38H3.

2. Students requesting admission after first year must request ONLY ONE Management Co-op Subject POSt on ACORN. Students may apply at the end of the Winter semester and/or at the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Normally, the minimum CGPA requirement for Co-op Programs will be higher than for non Co-op Programs. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed the following courses (or their equivalent): MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. None of the courses listed above (or their equivalent) can be designated as CR/NCR. Of the total credits that students have completed when they apply, at least 4.0 credits must be in University of Toronto courses that have been graded (i.e., not designated as CR/NCR). Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be considered for admission to the Program.

Applicants must submit a resume and covering letter to the Management Co-op Office during the limited Subject POSt request period outlined on the Office of the Registrar website. For information on what to include in your resume and covering letter, visit the Management Co-op Office website. An interview may also be required.

CGPA Requirement to Remain in the Program
Students whose CGPA falls below 2.5 will be placed on probation; Students whose CGPA falls below 2.3 will be removed from Co-op, and students whose CGPA falls below 2.0 will be removed from all BBA programs. A student may request reinstatement to the non Co-op Specialist Program only if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

Most internal admissions to Management Co-op will be done at the end of the Winter semester. Based on availability, a small number of students who apply at the end of the Summer semester may be admitted.

Program Requirements
Students must complete the program requirements as described in the Specialist Program in Management and Information Technology.

Co-op Work Term Requirements
All Co-op students must take MGTA38H3 prior to the commencement of their first work term. Students are advised to consult regularly with the Academic Director, or the Program Advisor if they have questions regarding course selection and scheduling. It is, however, the students' individual responsibility to ensure that they have completed the correct courses to make them eligible for each work term and that they have correctly completed program and degree requirements for graduation.

Students who apply after the first year and are successful in receiving a June offer to any Management Co-op program will be expected to complete the Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE) course beginning in the third week of June and continuing throughout the summer.

To compete for a work term a student must maintain a 2.5 CGPA, and must have completed:

1. For the first work term:
a) 7.0 credits, including: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3, MGTA38H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement.
b) The Management Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration course (AYCE): [COPB11H3 and COPB12H3] or COPB10Y3.

2. For the second work term: 9.0 credits.

3. For the third work term: 11.0 credits.

For information on fees and status in Co-op programs, and certification of completion of Co-op programs, please see the Co-operative Programs section or the Management Co-op section in the UTSC Calendar.

SPECIALIST (CO-OPERATIVE) PROGRAM IN MANAGEMENT AND INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - SCSPE2431J

Academic Director: J. Trougakos Email: mibss@utsc.utoronto.ca
Assistant Director: P. Brown Email: mgmtcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca

The Specialist (Co-operative) Program in Management and International Business (MIB) is a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) program that combines academic studies with paid work terms in public and private enterprises. Depending on their needs and abilities, students work in areas such as accounting, public administration, communications, economic development, finance, human resources/personnel, information systems, marketing, policy, strategic planning and entrepreneurship.

This Specialist (Co-operative) Program in Management and International Business is designed to give students a broad exposure to all functional areas of Management while providing a unique understanding of the business world in a global context. Academically, the program requires a language development component and a number of specially designed courses emphasizing international business. Through the high-level curricular programming as well as the practical experiences abroad, students will experience an emphasis on cross-cultural communications and leadership, while simultaneously maintaining a quantitative and analytical focus. Students will also have the opportunity to maintain a more general academic approach or use their electives to focus on a specific discipline within the Management Program.

The Program operates on a trimester schedule, featuring three semesters (Fall, Winter and Summer) in each Calendar year. Students work or study in all three semesters for four years, or until graduation requirements are met. The Program requires eight four-month semesters of study and three four-month work terms. At least one of the work terms and one of the study terms must be outside of Canada. Students normally begin with three to five study terms (Fall, Winter and Summer), then alternate study and work terms. Students always conclude their degree with a study term.

For more information on the Certificates available for students in the Specialist (Co-operative) Program in Management and International Business, students should refer to the Certificates section of the Calendar.

Enrolment Requirements
Enrolment in this Program is limited.

Most students will be accepted into the program directly from secondary school. Transfer students and current UTSC students may also apply for admission, but generally, only those students who are in the early stages of their academic careers will be considered. Admission is based on the applicant's academic performance as well as a supplementary application, and an interview process. Interviews are held in February, March and April for students who pass the initial screening. Successful students will demonstrate strength in academics, extra-curricular and volunteer activities, as well as an interest in, and focus on, developing global competencies. For further information please see the Co-operative Programs section in this Calendar and the MIB section of the Department of Management website.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Co-op Programs Directly from High School
Students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA34H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGIA01H3, MGIA12H3, MGIB02H3, and MGTA38H3.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Co-op Programs from other UTSC Programs
Students requesting admission after the first year must request ONLY ONE Management Co-op Subject POSt on ACORN. Students may apply at the end of the Winter semester and/or at the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Normally, the minimum CGPA requirement for Co-op Programs will be higher than for non Co-op Programs. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed the following courses (or their equivalent): MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. None of the courses listed above (or their equivalent) can be designated as CR/NCR. Of the total credits that students have completed when they apply, at least 4.0 credits must be in University of Toronto courses that have been graded (i.e., not designated as CR/NCR). Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be considered for admission to the Program.

Applicants must submit a resume and covering letter to the Management Co-op Office during the limited Subject POSt request period outlined on the Office of the Registrar website. For information on what to include in your resume and covering letter, visit the Management Co-op Office website. An interview may also be required.

Most internal admissions to Management Co-op will be done at the end of the Winter semester. Based on availability, a small number of students who apply at the end of the Summer semester may be admitted.

CGPA Requirement to Remain in the Program
Students whose CGPA falls below 2.5 will be placed on probation; Students whose CGPA falls below 2.3 will be removed from Co-op, and students whose CGPA falls below 2.0 will be removed from all BBA programs. A student may request reinstatement to the non Co-op Specialist Program only if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

Program Requirements
The Program requires the completion of 13.5 credits as part of a twenty-credit B.B.A. degree.

Note: A single course may only be used once to fulfill one of the following requirements:

1. 8.0 credits in Management as follows:
MGIA01H3 Principles of International Marketing
MGTA38H3 Management Communications
MGAB01H3 Introductory Financial Accounting l
MGIA12H3 International Human Resources
MGIB01H3 Global Marketing
MGAB02H3 Introductory Financial Accounting ll
MGIB02H3 International Organizational Behaviour
MGAB03H3 Introductory Management Accounting
MGFB10H3 Principles of Finance
MGIC01H3 International Corporate Strategy
MGIC02H3 International Leadership Skills
MGOC10H3 Analytics for Decision Making
MGFC10H3 Intermediate Finance
MGOC20H3 Operations Management
MGID40H3 Introduction to International Business Law
MGID79H3 International Capstone Case Analysis

2. 0.5 credit in Calculus from:
MATA34H3
or
[[MATA29H3/​MATA30H3/​MATA31H3/​(MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3)/MATA35H3/​MATA36H3/​MATA37H3]]

3. 3.0 credits in Economics for Management Studies as follows:
MGEA02H3 Introduction to Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEA06H3 Introduction to Macroeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB02H3 Price Theory: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB06H3 Macroeconomic Theory and Policy: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB11H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics I
MGEB12H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics II

4. 2.0 credits in Foreign Languages:
If those courses are taken at UTSC, they would be in either Language (LGG) or French (FRE) courses. For courses taken at UTSC, student language skills will be assessed by the Department of Language Studies before being formally placed in the course. The intent of the requirement is to have gained some proficiency in a foreign language, students should ideally take 2.0 credits in one language or at least 1.5 credits in the same language. Students may, with the permission of the MIB Academic Director, take 1.0 credit in one language and 1.0 credit in another.
If courses are taken elsewhere, they should be courses in language proficiency, or if the student already has some proficiency in the language in question, the course should be in the literature of that language and delivered in that language.

Complementary Elective Courses (optional)
The following are some courses from other departments that can be used to complement the Specialist Program in Management and International Business. Students may want to consider these courses as potential electives. Please note that some of these courses require prerequisites which are not included in this program:

Co-op Work Term Requirements
All Co-op students must take MGTA38H3 prior to the commencement of their first work term. Students are advised to consult regularly with the Academic Director, or the Program Advisor if they have questions regarding course selection and scheduling. It is, however, the student's individual responsibility to ensure that they have completed the correct courses to make them eligible for each work term and that they have correctly completed the program and degree requirements for graduation.

Students who apply after the first year and are successful in receiving a June offer to any Management Co-op program will be expected to complete a Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE) course beginning in the third week of June, and continuing throughout the summer.

To compete for a work term a student must maintain a 2.5 CGPA, and must have completed:

1. For the first work term:
a) 7.0 credits, including: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGIA12H3, MGIB02H3, MGMA01H3, MGTA38H3, and MATA34H3. However [MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3] and [MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement.
b) The Management Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE): [COPB13H3 and COPB14H3] or COPB10Y3.

2. For the second work term: 9.0 credits.

3. For the third work term: 11.0 credits.


International Work and Study Term Requirements
Students are required to complete at least one work term outside of Canada. The location of the international placements will vary according to student interest, availability of positions, practicability and safety of an area, as well as established international relationships.

Students are also required to complete one study term outside of Canada, typically in their third year with an approved partner University, and may be required to complete some of the program requirements during this time. Although scholarships may be available, students are expected to budget for the additional costs of studying abroad.

For information on fees and status in Co-op programs, and certification of completion of Co-op programs, please see the Co-operative Programs section or the Management Co-op section in the UTSC Calendar.

SPECIALIST PROGRAM IN MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING (BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - SCSPE2432M

Academic Director: S. Ahmed E-mail: mgmtss@utsc.utoronto.ca

This Program gives students the perspective of the overall organization and beyond. In addition to the company focus, Marketing also ensures that students take an external orientation by having an in-depth understanding of the competition and the consumer. While developing a good understanding of all the issues involved in developing marketing strategy, the student will learn to implement the tools of marketing tactics.

Enrolment Requirements
Enrolment in this Program is limited.

1. Students enrolling directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Calculus.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Programs Directly from High School Students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA34H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3 and MGTA38H3.

2. Students requesting admission after first year must request ONLY ONE Management Subject POSt on ACORN. Students may apply at the end of the Winter semester and/or at the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period, and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed the following courses (or their equivalent): MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, and MATA34H3. However [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. None of the courses listed above (or their equivalent) can be designated as CR/NCR. Of the total credits that students have completed when they apply, at least 4.0 credits just in University of Toronto courses that have been graded (i.e., not designated as CR/NCR). Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be considered for admission to the Program.

In order to remain in the Program, students must maintain a CGPA of 2.0 or higher after having attempted at least 4.0 credits. Students whose CGPA falls below 2.0 will be removed from the Program. Students removed from the program, for this reason, may request reinstatement if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

Program Requirements
The Program requires the completion of 13.5 credits as part of a twenty-credit B.B.A. degree.

Note: A single course may only be used once to fulfill one of the following requirements:

1. (6.5 credits):
MGMA01H3 Principles of Marketing
MGTA38H3 Management Communications
MGAB01H3 Introductory Financial Accounting I
MGAB02H3 Introductory Financial Accounting II
MGAB03H3 Introductory Management Accounting
MGFB10H3 Principles of Finance
MGHA12H3 Human Resource Management
MGHB02H3 Managing People and Groups in Organizations
MGMB01H3 Marketing Management
MGFC10H3 Intermediate Finance
MGHC02H3 Management Skills
MGOC10H3 Analytics for Decision Making
MGOC20H3 Operations Management

2. (0.5 credit):
MATA34H3
or
[[MATA29H3/​MATA30H3/​MATA31H3/​(MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3)/MATA35H3/​MATA36H3/​MATA37H3]]

3. At least 0.5 credit of courses emphasizing strategic management, chosen from:
MGSB01H3 Introduction to Strategy
MGSC01H3 Strategic Management I
MGSC03H3 Public Management
MGSC05H3 The Changing World of Business-Government Relations
MGSC10H3 Business Strategy in the Digital Age
MGSC12H3 Narrative and Management
MGSC14H3 Management Ethics
MGSC20H3 Consulting and Contracting: New Ways of Work
MGSB22H3 Entrepreneurship
MGSD24H3 New Venture Creation and Planning
MGSC30H3 The Legal Environment of Business I

4. (3.0 credits):
MGEA02H3 Introduction to Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEA06H3 Introduction to Macroeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB02H3 Price Theory: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB06H3 Macroeconomic Theory and Policy: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB11H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics I
MGEB12H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics II

5. 6 of the following courses (3.0 credits):
MGMC01H3 Market Research
MGMC02H3 Consumer Behaviour
MGMC11H3 Product Management and Branding
MGMC12H3 Advertising: From Theory to Practice
MGMC13H3 Pricing Strategy
MGMC14H3 Sales and Distribution Management
MGMD01H3 Applied Marketing Models
MGMD02H3 Judgement and Decision Making
MGMD10H3 Seminar in Consumer Psychology I
MGMD11H3 Seminar in Consumer Psychology II
MGMD19H3 Advanced Special Topics in Marketing II
MGMD20H3 Advanced Special Topics in Marketing I
MGMD21H3 Competitive Marketing in Action

Note: In selecting options and electives, students should refer to the guidelines for program breadth and depth found in the Degree Requirements section of the UTSC Calendar.

SPECIALIST (CO-OPERATIVE) PROGRAM IN MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING (BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - SCSPE2432N

Academic Director: S. Ahmed E-mail: mgmtss@utsc.utoronto.ca
Assistant Director: P. Brown E-mail: mgmtcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca

The Specialist (Co-operative) Program in Management and Marketing is a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) program that combines academic studies with paid work terms in public and private enterprises. Depending on their needs and abilities, students work in areas such as accounting, public administration, auditing, communications, economic development, finance, human resources/personnel, information systems, marketing, policy, strategic planning and entrepreneurship.

This Program gives students the perspective of the overall organization and beyond. In addition to the company focus, Marketing also ensures that students take an external orientation by having an in-depth understanding of the competition and the consumer. While developing a good understanding of all the issues involved in developing a marketing strategy, the student will learn to implement the tools of marketing tactics.

The Program operates on a trimester schedule, featuring three semesters (Fall, Winter and Summer) in each Calendar year. Students work or study in all three semesters for four years, or until graduation requirements are met. The Program requires eight four-month semesters of study and three four-month work terms. Students normally begin with three to five study terms (Fall, Winter and Summer), then alternate study and work terms. Students always conclude their degree with a study term.

Enrolment Requirements
Enrolment in this Program is limited.

1. Students applying directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Calculus.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Co-op Programs Directly from High School
Students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA34H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3 and MGTA38H3.

2. Students requesting admission after the first year must request ONLY ONE Management Co-op Subject POSt on ACORN. Students may apply at the end of the Winter semester and/or at the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Normally, the minimum CGPA requirement for Co-op Programs will be higher than for non Co-op Programs. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed the following courses (or their equivalent): MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, and MATA34H3. However [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. None of the courses listed above (or their equivalent) can be designated as CR/NCR. Of the total credits that students have completed when they apply, at least 4.0 credits must be in University of Toronto courses that have been graded (i.e., not designated as CR/NCR). Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be considered for admission to the Program.

Applicants must submit a resume and covering letter to the Management Co-op Office during the limited Subject POSt request period outlined on the Office of the Registrar website. For information on what to include in your resume and covering letter, visit the Management Co-op Office website. An interview may also be required.

CGPA Requirement to Remain in the Program
Students whose CGPA falls below 2.5 will be placed on probation; Students whose CGPA falls below 2.3 will be removed from Co-op, and students whose CGPA falls below 2.0 will be removed from all BBA programs. A student may request reinstatement to the non Co-op Specialist Program only if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

Most internal admissions to Management Co-op will be done at the end of the Winter semester. Based on availability, a small number of students who apply at the end of the Summer semester may be admitted.

Program Requirements
Students must complete the program requirements as described in the Specialist Program in Management and Marketing.

Co-op Work Term Requirements
All Co-op students must take MGTA38H3 prior to the commencement of their first work term. Students are advised to consult regularly with the Academic Director, or the Program Advisor if they have questions regarding course selection and scheduling. It is, however, the student's individual responsibility to ensure that they have completed the correct courses to make them eligible for each work term and that they have correctly completed the program and degree requirements for graduation.

Students who apply after the first year and are successful in receiving a June offer to any Management Co-op program will be expected to complete a Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE) beginning in the third week of June and continuing throughout the summer.

To compete for a work term a student must maintain a 2.5 CGPA, and must have completed:

1. For the first work term:
a) 7.0 credits, including: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3, MGTA38H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement.
b) The Management Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE): [COPB11H3 and COPB12H3] or COPB10Y3.

2. For the second work term: 9.0 credits.

3. For the third work term: 11.0 credits.

For information on fees and status in Co-op programs, and certification of completion of Co-op programs, please see the Co-operative Programs section or the Management Co-op section in the UTSC Calendar.

SPECIALIST PROGRAM IN STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT - Entrepreneurship Stream (BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - SCSPE2432Q

Academic Director: S. Ahmed, Email: mgmtss@utsc.utoronto.ca

At its most fundamental level, effective strategic management is about understanding and successfully managing strategic interactions with other firms and individuals. Strategic interactions take place whenever our fortunes depend not only on our own actions, but also on the actions of our rivals (and vice versa). In these instances, our optimal actions and those of our partners and competitors are inextricably connected. How should we think about these interactions and formulate an action plan?

The Specialist Program in Strategic Management, which includes a Management Strategy Stream and an Entrepreneurship Stream, will give students the skills to address this essential question. Integrating tools from economics and other management disciplines, you will gain a profound understanding of business and corporate strategy and their sub-disciplines, and/or entrepreneurship.

Overall, as a Strategic Management specialist, students will develop an ability to identify, simplify, and analyze highly complex business problems, to strategize implementable solutions, and to articulate the key elements of their strategic reasoning in a simple, compelling and engaging way to a non-expert audience. Indeed, the strategic mindset that students will gain from this specialty will help them successfully navigate the stormy waters of business, whether they plan a career as a management consultant, economic consultant, manager in private-sector, public sector and non-profit organizations, investment banker, or entrepreneur.

Both streams have a non-co-op and a co-op component. Co-op students should see the section regarding work term requirements for specific details on courses required before each work term.

Enrolment Requirements
Enrolment in this Program is limited.

1. Students enrolling directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Calculus.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Programs Directly from High School Students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA34H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3 and MGTA38H3.

2. Students requesting admission after first year must request ONLY ONE Management Subject POSt on ACORN. Students may apply at the end of the Winter semester and/or at the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period, and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed the following courses (or their equivalent): MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. None of the courses listed above (or their equivalent) can be designated as CR/NCR. Of the total credits that students have completed when they apply, at least 4.0 credits just in University of Toronto courses that have been graded (i.e., not designated as CR/NCR). Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be considered for admission to the Program.

In order to remain in the Program, students must maintain a CGPA of 2.0 or higher after having attempted at least 4.0 credits. Students whose CGPA falls below 2.0 will be removed from the Program. Students removed from the program for this reason may request reinstatement if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

To complete the program, a student must meet the course requirements described below. The program requirements comprise a core 10.5 credits, and an additional 3.5 credits for the Entrepreneurship stream (14.0 credits total.)

Note: A single course may only be used once to fulfill one of the following program requirements.


Core (10.5 credits):

1. (7.0 credits):
MGMA01H3 Principles of Marketing
MGTA38H3 Management Communications
MGAB01H3 Introductory Financial Accounting I
MGAB02H3 Introductory Financial Accounting II
MGAB03H3 Introductory Management Accounting
MGFB10H3 Principles of Finance
MGHA12H3 Human Resource Management
MGHB02H3 Managing People and Groups in Organizations
MGMB01H3 Marketing Management
MGFC10H3 Intermediate Finance
MGHC02H3 Management Skills
MGOC10H3 Analytics for Decision Making
MGOC20H3 Operations Management
and
0.5 credit at the D-level in either Management or Economics for Management Studies courses

2. (0.5 credit):
MATA34H3
or
[[MATA29H3/​MATA30H3/​MATA31H3/​(MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3)/MATA35H3/​MATA36H3/​MATA37H3]]

3. (3.0 credits):
MGEA02H3 Introduction to Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEA06H3 Introduction to Macroeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB02H3 Price Theory: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB06H3 Macroeconomic Theory and Policy: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB11H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics I
MGEB12H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics II

Entrepreneurship Stream (3.5 credits):

4. Foundation Courses - 1.0 credit:
MGSB01H3 Introduction to Strategy
MGSC01H3 Strategic Management I

5. Concentration Courses – 1.5 credits:
MGSB22H3 Entrepreneurship
MGSC35H3 Innovation
MGFD15H3 Private Equity

6. Advanced Course – 0.5 credit:
MGSD24H3 New Venture Creation and Planning

7. Elective Courses – 0.5 credit from:
MGSC05H3 The Changing World of Business-Government Relations
MGSC10H3 Business Strategy in the Digital Age
MGSC14H3 Management Ethics
MGSD05H3 Strategic Management II
MGSD15H3 Managing in the Information Economy
MGSD40H3 Corporate Social Responsibility
MGSC03H3 Public Management
MGSC12H3 Narrative and Management
MGSC20H3 Consulting and Contracting: New Ways of Work
MGSC30H3 The Legal Environment of Business I
MGSD01H3 Senior Seminar in Strategic Management
MGSD30H3 Intellectual Property Law
MGEC11H3 Introduction to Regression Analysis
MGEC41H3 Industrial Organization
MGED43H3 Organization Strategies
MGSD55H3 Strategy and Technology

Note: In selecting options and electives, students should refer to the guidelines for program breadth and depth found in the Degree Requirements section of the UTSC Calendar.

SPECIALIST (CO-OPERATIVE) PROGRAM IN STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT - Entrepreneurship Stream (BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - SCSPE2432R

Academic Director: S. Ahmed E-mail: mgmtss@utsc.utoronto.ca
Assistant Director: P. Brown E-mail: mgmtcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca

The Specialist (Co-operative) Program in Strategic Management is a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) program that combines academic studies with paid work terms in public and private enterprises. Depending on their needs and abilities, students work in areas such as accounting, public administration, auditing, communications, economic development, finance, human resources/personnel, information systems, marketing, policy, strategic planning and entrepreneurship.

At its most fundamental level, effective strategic management is about understanding and successfully managing strategic interactions with other firms and individuals. Strategic interactions take place whenever our fortunes depend not only on our own actions, but also on the actions of our rivals (and vice versa). In these instances, our optimal actions – and those of our partners and competitors - are inextricably connected. How should we think about these interactions and formulate an action plan?

The Specialist Program in Strategic Management - which includes a Management Strategy Stream and an Entrepreneurship Stream - will give students the skills to address this essential question. Integrating tools from economics and other management disciplines, students will gain a profound understanding of business and corporate strategy and their sub-disciplines, and/or entrepreneurship.

Overall, as a Strategic Management specialist students will develop an ability to identify, simplify, and analyze highly complex business problems, to strategize implementable solutions, and to articulate the key elements of their strategic reasoning in a simple, compelling and engaging way to a non-expert audience. Indeed, the strategic mindset that students will gain from this specialty will help them successfully navigate the stormy waters of business, whether they plan a career as a management consultant, economic consultant, manager in private-sector, public sector and non-profit organizations, investment banker, or entrepreneur. Both streams have a non-co-op and a co-op component. Co-op students should see the section regarding work term requirements for specific details on courses required before each work term.

Enrolment Requirements

Enrolment in this Program is limited.

1. Students applying directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Calculus.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Co-op Programs Directly from High School
Students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA34H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3 and MGTA38H3.

2. Students requesting admission after the first year must request ONLY ONE Management Co-op Subject POSt on ACORN. Students may apply at the end of the Winter semester and/or at the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period, and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Normally, the minimum CGPA requirement for Co-op Programs will be higher than for non Co-op Programs. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed the following courses (or their equivalent): MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. None of the courses listed above (or their equivalent) can be designated as CR/NCR. Of the total credits that students have completed when they apply, at least 4.0 credits must be in University of Toronto courses that have been graded (i.e., not designated as CR/NCR). Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be considered for admission to the Program.

Applicants must submit a resume and covering letter to the Management Co-op Office during the limited Subject POSt request period outlined on the Office of the Registrar's website. For information on what to include in your resume and covering letter, visit the Management Co-op website. An interview may also be required.

CGPA Requirement to Remain in the Program
Students whose CGPA falls below 2.5 will be placed on probation; Students whose CGPA falls below 2.3 will be removed from Co-op, and students whose CGPA falls below 2.0 will be removed from all BBA programs. A student may request reinstatement to the non Co-op Specialist Program only if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

Most internal admissions to Management Co-op will be done at the end of the Winter semester. Based on availability, a small number of students who apply at the end of the Summer semester may be admitted.

Program Requirements
Students must complete the program requirements as described in the Specialist Program in Strategic Management.

Co-op Work Term Requirements
All Co-op students must take MGTA38H3 prior to the commencement of their first work term. Students are advised to consult regularly with the Academic Director, or the Program Advisor if they have questions regarding course selection and scheduling. It is, however, the student's individual responsibility to ensure that they have completed the correct courses to make them eligible for each work term and that they have correctly completed program and degree requirements for graduation.

Students who apply after the first year and are successful in receiving a June offer to any Management Co-op program will be expected to complete a Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE) course beginning in the third week of June, and continuing throughout the summer.

To compete for a work term a student must maintain a 2.5 CGPA, and must have completed:

1. For the first work term:
a) 7.0 credits, including: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3, MGTA38H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MAT30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement.
b) The Management Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE): [COPB11H3 and COPB12H3] or COPB10Y3.

2. For the second work term: 9.0 credits.

3. For the third work term: 11.0 credits.

For information on fees and status in Co-op programs, and certification of completion of Co-op programs, please see the Co-operative Programs section or the Management Co-op section in the UTSC Calendar.

SPECIALIST PROGRAM IN STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT - Management Strategy Stream (BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - SCSPE24320

Academic Director: S. Ahmed, Email: mgmtss@utsc.utoronto.ca

At its most fundamental level, effective strategic management is about understanding and successfully managing strategic interactions with other firms and individuals. Strategic interactions take place whenever our fortunes depend not only on our own actions, but also on the actions of our rivals (and vice versa). In these instances, our optimal actions and those of our partners and competitors are inextricably connected. How should we think about these interactions and formulate an action plan?

The Specialist Program in Strategic Management, which includes a Management Strategy Stream and an Entrepreneurship Stream, will give students the skills to address this essential question. Integrating tools from economics and other management disciplines, you will gain a profound understanding of business and corporate strategy and their sub-disciplines, and/or entrepreneurship.

Overall, as a Strategic Management specialist, students will develop an ability to identify, simplify, and analyze highly complex business problems, to strategize implementable solutions, and to articulate the key elements of their strategic reasoning in a simple, compelling and engaging way to a non-expert audience. Indeed, the strategic mindset that students will gain from this specialty will help them successfully navigate the stormy waters of business, whether they plan a career as a management consultant, economic consultant, manager in private-sector, public sector and non-profit organizations, investment banker, or entrepreneur.

Both streams have a non-co-op and a co-op component. Co-op students should see the section regarding work term requirements for specific details on courses required before each work term.

Enrolment Requirements
Enrolment in this Program is limited.

1. Students enrolling directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Calculus.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Programs Directly from High School Students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA34H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3 and MGTA38H3.

2. Students requesting admission after first year must request ONLY ONE Management Subject POSt on ACORN. Students may apply at the end of the Winter semester and/or at the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period, and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed the following courses (or their equivalent): MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. None of the courses listed above (or their equivalent) can be designated as CR/NCR. Of the total credits that students have completed when they apply, at least 4.0 credits just in University of Toronto courses that have been graded (i.e., not designated as CR/NCR). Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be considered for admission to the Program.

In order to remain in the Program, students must maintain a CGPA of 2.0 or higher after having attempted at least 4.0 credits. Students whose CGPA falls below 2.0 will be removed from the Program. Students removed from the program for this reason may request reinstatement if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

To complete the program, a student must meet the course requirements described below. The program requirements comprise a core 10.5 credits, and an additional 3.5 credits for the Management Strategy stream (14.0 credits total.)

Note: A single course may only be used once to fulfill one of the following program requirements.


Core (10.5 credits):

1. (7.0 credits):
MGMA01H3 Principles of Marketing
MGTA38H3 Management Communications
MGAB01H3 Introductory Financial Accounting I
MGAB02H3 Introductory Financial Accounting II
MGAB03H3 Introductory Management Accounting
MGFB10H3 Principles of Finance
MGHA12H3 Human Resource Management
MGHB02H3 Managing People and Groups in Organizations
MGMB01H3 Marketing Management
MGFC10H3 Intermediate Finance
MGHC02H3 Management Skills
MGOC10H3 Analytics for Decision Making
MGOC20H3 Operations Management
and
0.5 credit at the D-level in either Management or Economics for Management Studies courses

2. (0.5 credit):
MATA34H3
or
[[MATA29H3/​MATA30H3/​MATA31H3/​(MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3)/MATA35H3/​MATA36H3/​MATA37H3]]

3. (3.0 credits):
MGEA02H3 Introduction to Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEA06H3 Introduction to Macroeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB02H3 Price Theory: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB06H3 Macroeconomic Theory and Policy: A Mathematical Approach
MGEB11H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics I
MGEB12H3 Quantitative Methods in Economics II

Management Strategy Stream (3.5 credits):

4. Foundation Courses - 1.0 credit:
MGSB01H3 Introduction to Strategy
MGSC01H3 Strategic Management I

5. Concentration Courses – 1.5 credits from:
MGSC05H3 The Changing World of Business-Government Relations
MGSC10H3 Business Strategy in the Digital Age
MGSC14H3 Management Ethics
MGSC35H3 Innovation
MGSD05H3 Strategic Management II
MGSD40H3 Corporate Social Responsibility
MGEC11H3 Introduction to Regression Analysis

Based on courses selected, students can obtain the following concentrations within the Management Strategy stream:

Quantitative Strategy and Analysis:
MGSC10H3, MGEC11H3 and MGSD55H3

Technology Strategy:
MGSC35H3, MGSC10H3 and [MGSD55H3 or MGSD15H3]

Strategy, Government and Society:
MGSC05H3, MGSC15H3 and MGSD40H3

General Strategic Management:
MGSD05H3 and 1.0 credit from list of concentration courses from requirement 5

6. Advanced Course – 0.5 credit:
MGSD01H3 Senior Seminar in Strategic Management

7. Elective Courses – 0.5 credit from:
Either the concentration courses listed in requirement 5, provided it has not been used for any other requirement, or:
MGSB22H3 Entrepreneurship
MGSC03H3 Public Management
MGSC12H3 Narrative and Management
MGSC20H3 Consulting and Contracting: New Ways of Work
MGSC30H3 The Legal Environment of Business I
MGSD24H3 New Venture Creation and Planning
MGSD30H3 Intellectual Property Law
MGEC11H3 Introduction to Regression Analysis
MGEC41H3 Industrial Organization
MGED43H3 Organization Strategies

Note: In selecting options and electives, students should refer to the guidelines for program breadth and depth found in the Degree Requirements section of the UTSC Calendar.

SPECIALIST (CO-OPERATIVE) PROGRAM IN STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT - Management Strategy Stream (BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - SCSPE2432P

Academic Director: S. Ahmed E-mail: mgmtss@utsc.utoronto.ca
Assistant Director: P. Brown E-mail: mgmtcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca

The Specialist (Co-operative) Program in Strategic Management is a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) program that combines academic studies with paid work terms in public and private enterprises. Depending on their needs and abilities, students work in areas such as accounting, public administration, auditing, communications, economic development, finance, human resources/personnel, information systems, marketing, policy, strategic planning and entrepreneurship.

At its most fundamental level, effective strategic management is about understanding and successfully managing strategic interactions with other firms and individuals. Strategic interactions take place whenever our fortunes depend not only on our own actions, but also on the actions of our rivals (and vice versa). In these instances, our optimal actions – and those of our partners and competitors - are inextricably connected. How should we think about these interactions and formulate an action plan?

The Specialist Program in Strategic Management - which includes a Management Strategy Stream and an Entrepreneurship Stream - will give students the skills to address this essential question. Integrating tools from economics and other management disciplines, students will gain a profound understanding of business and corporate strategy and their sub-disciplines, and/or entrepreneurship.

Overall, as a Strategic Management specialist students will develop an ability to identify, simplify, and analyze highly complex business problems, to strategize implementable solutions, and to articulate the key elements of their strategic reasoning in a simple, compelling and engaging way to a non-expert audience. Indeed, the strategic mindset that students will gain from this specialty will help them successfully navigate the stormy waters of business, whether they plan a career as a management consultant, economic consultant, manager in private-sector, public sector and non-profit organizations, investment banker, or entrepreneur. Both streams have a non-co-op and a co-op component. Co-op students should see the section regarding work term requirements for specific details on courses required before each work term.

Enrolment Requirements

Enrolment in this Program is limited.

1. Students applying directly from high school are admitted on the basis of academic performance. They must have completed Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Calculus.

Course Guidelines for Students Admitted to B.B.A. Co-op Programs Directly from High School
Students must complete the following courses in their first year of study: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MATA34H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3 and MGTA38H3.

2. Students requesting admission after the first year must request ONLY ONE Management Co-op Subject POSt on ACORN. Students may apply at the end of the Winter semester and/or at the end of the Summer semester. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the Subject POSt request.

The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for Program admission is calculated for each application period, and is based on University of Toronto courses only. Normally, the minimum CGPA requirement for Co-op Programs will be higher than for non Co-op Programs. Decisions are made when all grades have been received.

Students must have completed the following courses (or their equivalent): MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, and MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. None of the courses listed above (or their equivalent) can be designated as CR/NCR. Of the total credits that students have completed when they apply, at least 4.0 credits must be in University of Toronto courses that have been graded (i.e., not designated as CR/NCR). Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 credits. Students who have completed more than 10.0 credits will not be considered for admission to the Program.

Applicants must submit a resume and covering letter to the Management Co-op Office during the limited Subject POSt request period outlined on the Office of the Registrar's website. For information on what to include in your resume and covering letter, visit the Management Co-op website. An interview may also be required.

CGPA Requirement to Remain in the Program
Students whose CGPA falls below 2.5 will be placed on probation; Students whose CGPA falls below 2.3 will be removed from Co-op, and students whose CGPA falls below 2.0 will be removed from all BBA programs. A student may request reinstatement to the non Co-op Specialist Program only if they complete at least 2.0 credits (none of which can be designated as CR/NCR) in the following session and raise their CGPA to at least 2.0. This opportunity will be provided only once.

Most internal admissions to Management Co-op will be done at the end of the Winter semester. Based on availability, a small number of students who apply at the end of the Summer semester may be admitted.

Program Requirements
Students must complete the program requirements as described in the Specialist Program in Strategic Management.

Co-op Work Term Requirements
All Co-op students must take MGTA38H3 prior to the commencement of their first work term. Students are advised to consult regularly with the Academic Director, or the Program Advisor if they have questions regarding course selection and scheduling. It is, however, the student's individual responsibility to ensure that they have completed the correct courses to make them eligible for each work term and that they have correctly completed program and degree requirements for graduation.

Students who apply after the first year and are successful in receiving a June offer to any Management Co-op program will be expected to complete a Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE) course beginning in the third week of June, and continuing throughout the summer.

To compete for a work term a student must maintain a 2.5 CGPA, and must have completed:

1. For the first work term:
a) 7.0 credits, including: MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3, MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3, MGHA12H3, MGMA01H3, MGTA38H3, MATA34H3. However, [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H2)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]] may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement.
b) The Management Co-op Advancing Your Career Exploration (AYCE): [COPB11H3 and COPB12H3] or COPB10Y3.

2. For the second work term: 9.0 credits.

3. For the third work term: 11.0 credits.

For information on fees and status in Co-op programs, and certification of completion of Co-op programs, please see the Co-operative Programs section or the Management Co-op section in the UTSC Calendar.

CERTIFICATE IN BUSINESS - SCCBUS

The Certificate in Business is a part-time program designed to provide students with the skills they need to function as managers in today's rapidly changing workplace. It also gives students who already have degrees in other fields of study an opportunity to focus on business studies. Courses in the Certificate can be used towards various professional designations.

Contact:
Audrey Quirion, Undergraduate Coordinator
Office: IC 240
Tel: 416-287-7271
Email: audrey.quirion@utoronto.ca

Application Process and Admission Requirements

Please see the Department of Management website for details.

Certificate Requirements

Students must complete the following:

1. Pass 6.0 credits in Economics for Management Studies courses and Management courses, including:
[[MGEA01H3 and MGEA05H3] or [MGEA02H3 and MGEA06H3]]
MGTA01H3 Introduction to Business
MGTA02H3 Managing the Business Organization

2. Earn a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00* (if a student's CGPA falls below 2.0. s/he will be removed from the program).
*Students will graduate with honours if their cumulative grade point average is 3.20 or better.

Note: Students in their graduating session who intend to take part in the next Convocation must notify the Office of the Registrar of their intention through ACORN. Students who are unable to request graduation through ACORN should contact the Office of the Registrar.

CERTIFICATE IN ECONOMICS WITHIN MANAGEMENT AND INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS - SCCER1060

The Certificate in Economics Within Management and International Business will recognize that students in the MIB program have taken extra courses in economics and will record that extra concentration on their transcripts.
Note: Courses for which students have selected the CR/NCR option, cannot be used towards the completion of this Certificate

Enrolment Requirements

Students must be enrolled in the Specialist (Co-operative) program in Management and International Business. Students wanting to enrol in more than one MIB Certificate must first have the permission of the Academic Director of the Specialist (Co-operative) program in Management and International Business.

Certificate Requirements

Students must complete 2.0 credits as follows:

1. 1.0 credit from the following:
MGEC61H3 International Economics: Finance
MGEC62H3 International Economics: Trade Theory
MGEC82H3 International Aspects of Development Policy

2. 1.0 additional credit at the B-, C- or D-level, in Economics (MGE) courses offered by the Department of Management, or equivalent courses.*
*Note: MGE courses included as core requirements in the MIB program cannot be used to towards the completion of this Certificate.

CERTIFICATE IN FINANCE WITHIN MANAGEMENT AND INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS - SCCER1070

The Certificate in Finance Within Management and International Business will recognize that students in the MIB program have taken extra courses in finance and will record that extra concentration on their transcripts.
Note: Courses for which students have selected the CR/NCR option, cannot be used towards the completion of this Certificate

Enrolment Requirements

Students must be enrolled in the Specialist (Co-operative) program in Management and International Business. Students wanting to enrol in more than one MIB Certificate must first have the permission of the Academic Director of the Specialist (Co-operative) program in Management and International Business.

Certificate Requirements

Students must complete 2.0 credits as follows:

1. MGFC50H3 International Financial Management

2. 1.5 additional credits, at the C- or D-level, in Finance (MGF) courses offered by the Department of Management.*
*Note: MGFC10H3 cannot be used to towards the completion of this Certificate.

CERTIFICATE IN HUMAN RESOURCES WITHIN MANAGEMENT AND INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS - SCCER1080

The Certificate in Human Resources Within Management and International Business will recognize that students in the MIB program have taken extra courses in human resources/organizational behaviour and will record that extra concentration on their transcripts.
Note: Courses for which students have selected the CR/NCR option, cannot be used towards the completion of this Certificate

Enrolment Requirements

Students must be enrolled in the Specialist (Co-operative) program in Management and International Business. Students wanting to enrol in more than one MIB Certificate must first have the permission of the Academic Director of the Specialist (Co-operative) program in Management and International Business.

Certificate Requirements

Students must complete 2.0 credits at the C- or D-level in human resources/organizational behaviour (MGH) courses offered by the Department of Management.
*Note: MGHC02H3 cannot be used to towards the completion of this Certificate.

CERTIFICATE IN MARKETING WITHIN MANAGEMENT AND INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS - SCCER1090

The Certificate in Marketing Within Management and International Business will recognize that students in the MIB program have taken extra courses in marketing and will record that extra concentration on their transcripts.
Note: Courses for which students have selected the CR/NCR option, cannot be used towards the completion of this Certificate

Enrolment Requirements

Students must be enrolled in the Specialist (Co-operative) program in Management and International Business. Students wanting to enrol in more than one MIB Certificate must first have the permission of the Academic Director of the Specialist (Co-operative) program in Management and International Business.

Certificate Requirements

Students must complete 2.0 credits at the C- or D-level in marketing (MGM) courses offered by the Department of Management.

CERTIFICATE IN STRATEGY WITHIN MANAGEMENT AND INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS - SCCER1100

The Certificate in Strategy Within Management and International Business will recognize that students in the MIB program have taken extra courses in strategy and will record that extra concentration on their transcripts.
Note: Courses for which students have selected the CR/NCR option, cannot be used towards the completion of this Certificate

Enrolment Requirements

Students must be enrolled in the Specialist (Co-operative) program in Management and International Business. Students wanting to enrol in more than one MIB Certificate must first have the permission of the Academic Director of the Specialist (Co-operative) program in Management and International Business

Certificate Requirements

Students must complete 2.0 credits at the C- or D-level in strategy (MGS) courses offered by the Department of Management.

 

Management Courses

MGAB01H3 - Introductory Financial Accounting I

Together with MGAB02H3, this course provides a rigorous introduction to accounting techniques and to the principles and concepts underlying these techniques.
The preparation of financial statements is addressed from the point of view of both preparers and users of financial information.

Exclusion: VPAB13H3, MGT120H5, RSM219H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGAB02H3 - Introductory Financial Accounting II

This course is a continuation of MGAB01H3. Students are encouraged to take it immediately after completing MGAB01H3. Technical topics include the reporting and interpretation of debt and equity issues, owners' equity, cash flow statements and analysis. Through cases, choices of treatment and disclosure are discussed, and the development of professional judgment is encouraged.

Prerequisite: MGAB01H3
Exclusion: VPAB13H3, MGT220H5, RSM220H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGAB03H3 - Introductory Management Accounting

An introduction to management and cost accounting with an emphasis on the use of accounting information in managerial decision-making. Topics include patterns of cost behaviour, transfer pricing, budgeting and control systems.

Prerequisite: [[MGEA02H3 and MGEA06H3] or [MGEA01H3 and MGEA05H3]] and MGAB01H3
Exclusion: VPAB13H3, MGT223H5, MGT323H5, RSM222H1, RSM322H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGAC01H3 - Intermediate Financial Accounting I

Together with MGAC02H3, this course examines financial reporting in Canada. Through case analysis and the technical material covered, students will build on their knowledge covered in MGAB01H3, MGAB02H3 and, to a lesser extent, MGAB03H3.

Prerequisite: MGAB03H3 and MGAB02H3 and [MGTA38H3 or (MGTA35H3) or (MGTA36H3)]
Exclusion: MGT224H5, MGT322H5, RSM221H1, RSM320H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGAC02H3 - Intermediate Financial Accounting II

This course is a continuation of MGAC01H3. Students will further develop their case writing, technical skills and professional judgment through the study of several complex topics. Topics include leases, bonds, pensions, future taxes and earnings per share.

Prerequisite: MGAC01H3
Exclusion: MGT224H5, MGT322H5, RSM221H1, RSM320H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGAC03H3 - Intermediate Management Accounting

An examination of various cost accumulation and performance evaluation systems and decision-making tools. Topics include job and process costing, flexible budgeting, and variance analysis and cost allocations.

Prerequisite: MGAB03H3
Exclusion: MGT323H5, RSM322H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGAC10H3 - Auditing

An introduction to the principles and practice of auditing. The course is designed to provide students with a foundation in the theoretical and practical approaches to auditing by emphasizing auditing theory and concepts, with some discussion of audit procedures and the legal and professional responsibilities of the auditor.

Prerequisite: MGAC01H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGAC50H3 - Canadian Income Taxation I

First of two courses in Canadian income taxation. It provides the student with detailed instruction in income taxation as it applies to individuals and small unincorporated businesses. Current tax laws are applied to practical problems and cases. Covers employment income, business and property income, and computation of tax for individuals.

Prerequisite: Completion of at least 10.0 credits including MGAB01H3 and MGAB02H3 and MGAB03H3.
Exclusion: MGT423H5, RSM324H1
Recommended Preparation: MGAC01H3 is highly recommended.
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGAC70H3 - Management Information Systems

This course is intended to help students understand the information systems that are a critical component of modern organizations. The course covers the technology, design, and application of data processing and information systems, with emphasis on managerial judgment and decision-making. This course includes work-integrated-learning components, and satisfies the WIL requirement of the BBA degree.

Prerequisite: MGAB03H3 and MGHB02H3
Exclusion: MGT371H5, RSM327H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: University-Based Experience

MGAC80H3 - Special Topics in Accounting

This course covers special topics in the area of accounting. The specific topics will vary from year to year, but could include topics in: data analytics for accounting profession, accounting for finance professionals, forensic accounting, bankruptcy management and integrated reporting, etc. The specific topics to be covered will be set out in the syllabus for the course for each semester in which it is offered.

Prerequisite: MGAB02H3 and MGAB03H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGAD20H3 - Advanced Auditing

An extension of the study of areas covered in the introductory audit course and will include the application of risk and materiality to more advanced topic areas such as pension and comprehensive auditing. Other topics include special reports, future oriented financial information and prospectuses. This will include a review of current developments and literature.

Prerequisite: MGAC10H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGAD40H3 - Management Control Systems

An examination of how organizations support the implementation of strategy through the design of planning processes, performance evaluation, reward systems and HR policies, as well as corporate culture. Class discussion will be based on case studies that illustrate a variety of system designs in manufacturing, service, financial, marketing and professional organizations, including international contexts. This course includes work-integrated-learning components, and satisfies the WIL requirement of the BBA degree.

Prerequisite: MGAB03H3 and MGHB02H3
Exclusion: MGT428H5, RSM422H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: Partnership-Based Experience

MGAD45H3 - Corporate Governance and Strategy - CPA Perspective

This course examines issues in Corporate Governance in today’s business environment. Through case studies of corporate “ethical scandals”, students will consider workplace ethical risks, opportunities and legal issues. Students will also examine professional accounting in the public interest as well as accounting and planning for sustainability. This course includes work-integrated-learning components, and satisfies the WIL requirement of the BBA degree.

Prerequisite: MGAC01H3 and MGSC30H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: University-Based Experience

MGAD50H3 - Advanced Financial Accounting

An in-depth study of advanced financial accounting topics: long-term inter-corporate investment; consolidation (including advanced measurements and reporting issues); foreign currency translation and consolidation of foreign subsidiaries and non-profit and public sector accounting. This course is critical to the education of students preparing for a career in accounting.

Prerequisite: MGAC01H3 and MGAC02H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGAD60H3 - Controversial Issues in Accounting

Through case analysis and literature review, this seminar addresses a variety of controversial reporting issues, impression management, the politics of standard setting and the institutional context. Topics may include: international harmonization, special purpose entities, whistle-blowing, the environment and social responsibility and professional education and career issues.

Prerequisite: MGAC01H3 and MGAC02H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGAD65H3 - Canadian Income Taxation II

This course is designed to give the student an understanding of the more complex issues of federal income taxation, by applying current tax law to practical problems and cases. Topics include: computation of corporate taxes, corporate distributions, corporate re-organizations, partnerships, trusts, and individual and corporate tax planning.

Prerequisite: MGAC50H3
Exclusion: MGT429H5, RSM424H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGAD70H3 - Advanced Accounting Case Analysis: A Capstone Course

A capstone case course integrating critical thinking, problem solving, professional judgement and ethics. Business simulations will strategically include the specific technical competency areas and the enabling skills of the CPA Competency Map. This course should be taken as part of the last 5.0 credits of the Specialist/Specialist Co-op in Management and Accounting.

Prerequisite: MGAC02H3 and MGAC03H3 and MGAC10H3 and MGAC50H3
Breadth Requirements: History, Philosophy and Cultural Studies

MGAD80H3 - Accounting Issues in International Business

An overview of international accounting and financial reporting practices with a focus on accounting issues related to international business activities and foreign operations. Understanding the framework used in establishing international accounting standards, preparation and translation of financial statements, transfer pricing and taxation, internal and external auditing issues and discussion of the role of accounting and performance measurement for multinational corporations.

Prerequisite: MGAB02H3 and MGAB03H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGAD85H3 - Advanced Special Topics in Accounting

This course covers special topics in the area of accounting. The special topics will vary from year to year but could include topics in bankruptcies, forensic accounting, controversial issues in financial reporting, accounting principles for non-accounting students, accounting for international business, accounting for climate change, ESG accounting and Accounting for general financial literacy. The specific topics to be covered will be set out in the syllabus for the course for the term in which the course is offered.

Prerequisite: MGAB02H3 and MGAB03H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGFB10H3 - Principles of Finance

An introduction to basic concepts and analytical tools in financial management. Building on the fundamental concept of time value of money, the course will examine stock and bond valuations and capital budgeting under certainty. Also covered are risk-return trade-off, financial planning and forecasting, and long-term financing decisions.

Prerequisite: MGEB11H3 and MGAB01H3 and [MGTA38H3 or (MGTA35H3) or (MGTA36H3)]
Exclusion: MGT338H5, RSM332H1, MGM230H5, RSM230H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGFC10H3 - Intermediate Finance

This course covers mainstream finance topics. Besides a deeper examination of certain topics already covered in MGFB10H3, the course will investigate additional subjects such as working capital management, capital budgeting under uncertainty, cost of capital, capital structure, dividend policy, leasing, mergers and acquisitions, and international financial management.

Prerequisite: MGFB10H3
Exclusion: MGT339H5, RSM333H1, MGM332H5
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGFC20H3 - Personal Financial Management

This course covers goal setting, personal financial statements, debt and credit management, risk management, investing in financial markets, real estate appraisal and mortgage financing, tax saving strategies, retirement and estate planning. The course will benefit students in managing their personal finances, and in their future careers with financial institutions.

Prerequisite: MGFB10H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGFC30H3 - Introduction to Derivatives Markets

This course introduces students to the fundamentals of derivatives markets covering futures, swaps, options and other financial derivative securities. Detailed descriptions of, and basic valuation techniques for popular derivative securities are provided. As each type of derivative security is introduced, its applications in investments and general risk management will be discussed.

Corequisite: MGFC10H3
Exclusion: MGT438H5, RSM435H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGFC35H3 - Investments

This course deals with fundamental elements of investments. Basic concepts and techniques are introduced for various topics such as risk and return characteristics, optimal portfolio construction, security analysis, investments in stocks, bonds and derivative securities, and portfolio performance measurements.

Corequisite: MGFC10H3
Exclusion: (MGFD10H3), MGT330H5, RSM330H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGFC45H3 - Portfolio Management: Theory and Practice

This course introduces students to both the theoretical and practical elements of portfolio management. On the theoretical side, students learn the investment theories and analytic models applicable to portfolio management. Students gain fundamental knowledge of portfolio construction, optimization, and performance attribution. The hands-on component of the course aims to provide students with a unique experiential learning opportunity, through participation in the different stages of the portfolio management process. The investment exercises challenge students to apply and adapt to different risk and return scenarios, time horizons, legal and other unique investment constraints.

Classes are conducted in the experiential learning lab, where students explore academic, research and practical components of Portfolio Management.

Corequisite: MGFC35H3
Breadth Requirements: Quantitative Reasoning

MGFC50H3 - International Financial Management

This course provides students with a framework for making financial decisions in an international context. It discusses foreign exchange markets, international portfolio investment and international corporate finance. Next to covering the relevant theories, students also get the opportunity to apply their knowledge to real world issues by practicing case studies.

Prerequisite: MGFC10H3
Exclusion: MGT439H5, RSM437H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGFC60H3 - Financial Statement Analysis and Security Valuation

This course introduces the tools and skills required to perform a comprehensive financial statement analysis from a user perspective. Students will learn how to integrate the concepts and principles in accounting and finance to analyze the financial statements and to utilize that information in earnings-based security valuation.

Prerequisite: MGFC10H3
Exclusion: RSM429H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGFC85H3 - Special Topics in Finance

This course covers special topics in the area of finance. The specific topics will vary from year to year, but could include topics in Financial Markets, Financial Intermediation, Corporate Governance, Real Estate Finance, Retirement Planning, and Sustainable Finance. The specific topics to be covered will be set out in the syllabus for the course for each semester in which it is offered.

Prerequisite: MGFB10H3 and MGFC10H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGFD15H3 - Private Equity

This course explores the private equity asset class and the private equity acquisition process. It covers both the academic and practical components of private equity investing, including: deal sourcing, financial modelling and valuations, transaction structuring, financing, diligence, negotiations, post transaction corporate strategy and governance.

Prerequisite: MGAB02H3 and MGFC10H3
Exclusion: RSM439H1, MGT495H5
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGFD25H3 - Financial Technologies and Applications (FinTech)

Financial Technologies (FinTech) are changing our everyday lives and challenging many financial institutions to evolve and adapt. The course explores disruptive financial technologies and innovations such as mobile banking, cryptocurrencies, Robo-advisory and the financial applications of artificial intelligence (AI) etc. The course covers the various areas within the financial industry that are most disrupted, thus leading to discussions on the challenges and opportunities for both the financial institutions and the regulators. Classes are conducted in the experiential learning lab where students explore academic, research and practical components of FinTech.

Prerequisite: MGFC10H3
Corequisite: MGFC35H3/(MGFD10H3)
Exclusion: RSM316H1, MGT415H5
Recommended Preparation: CSCA20H3
Breadth Requirements: Quantitative Reasoning

MGFD30H3 - Risk Management

This course develops analytical skills in financial risk management. It introduces techniques used for evaluating, quantifying and managing financial risks. Among the topics covered are market risk, credit risk, operational risk, liquidity risk, bank regulations and credit derivatives.

Prerequisite: MGFC10H3
Exclusion: ECO461H1, RSM432H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGFD40H3 - Investor Psychology and Behavioural Finance

This course is designed to help students understand how different psychological biases can affect investor behaviours and lead to systematic mispricing in the financial market. With simulated trading games, students will learn and practice various trading strategies to take advantage of these market anomalies.

Prerequisite: MGFC10H3 and MGEB12H3
Exclusion: MGT430H5
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: University-Based Experience

MGFD50H3 - Mergers and Acquisitions: Theory and Practice

This course provides a general introduction to the important aspects of M&A, including valuation, restructuring, divestiture, takeover defences, deal structuring and negotiations, and legal issues.

Prerequisite: MGFC10H3
Exclusion: MGT434H5
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGFD60H3 - Financial Modeling and Trading Strategies

This course integrates finance theories and practice by using financial modeling and simulated trading. Students will learn how to apply the theories they learned and to use Excel and VBA to model complex financial decisions. They will learn how the various security markets work under different simulated information settings.

Corequisite: MGFC30H3 and MGFC35H3/(MGFD10H3)
Exclusion: MGT441H5, RSM434H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGFD70H3 - Advanced Financial Management

This course reinforces and expands upon the topics covered in MGFB10H3/(MGTB09H3), (MGTC03H3) and MGFC10H3/(MGTC09H3). It examines more advanced and complex decision making situations a financial manager faces in such areas as capital budgeting, capital structure, financing, working capital management, dividend policy, leasing, mergers and acquisitions, and risk management.

Prerequisite: MGFC10H3
Exclusion: MGT431H5, MGT433H5, RSM433H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGFD85H3 - Advanced Special Topics in Finance

This course covers special topics in the area of finance. The specific topics will vary from year to year but could include topics in Financial Markets, Financial Intermediation, Corporate Governance, Real Estate Finance, Retirement Planning, Sustainable Finance, and Fixed Income. The specific topics to be covered will be set out in the syllabus for the course for each semester in which it is offered.

Prerequisite: MGFB10H3 and MGFC10H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGHA12H3 - Human Resource Management

An introduction to current human resource practices in Canada, emphasizing the role of Human Resource Management in enhancing performance, productivity and profitability of the organization. Topics include recruitment, selection, training, career planning and development, diversity and human rights issues in the work place.

Exclusion: (MGHB12H3), (MGIB12H3), MGIA12H3, MGT460H5, RSM460H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGHB02H3 - Managing People and Groups in Organizations

An introduction to micro- and macro-organizational behaviour theories from both conceptual and applied perspectives. Students will develop an understanding of the behaviour of individuals and groups in different organizational settings. Topics covered include: individual differences, motivation and job design, leadership, organizational design and culture, group dynamics and inter-group relations.

Prerequisite: MGTA38H3 or (MGTA35H3) or (MGTA36H3)
Exclusion: MGIB02H3, MGT262H5, RSM260H1, PSY332H
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGHC02H3 - Management Skills

This course will help students develop the critical skills required by today's managers. Topics covered include self-awareness, managing stress and conflict, using power and influence, negotiation, goal setting, and problem-solving. These skills are important for leadership and will enable students to behave more effectively in their working and personal lives. This course includes work-integrated-learning components, and satisfies the WIL requirement of the BBA degree.

Prerequisite: [MGHB02H3 or MGIB02H3] and [MGHA12H3/(MGHB12H3) or MGIA12H3/(MGIB12H3)]
Exclusion: MGIC02H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: Partnership-Based Experience

MGHC23H3 - Diversity in the Workplace

Examines the nature and effects of diversity in the workplace. Drawing on theories and research from psychology, the course will examine topics like stereotyping, harassment, discrimination, organizational climate for diversity, conflict resolution within diverse teams, and marketing to a diverse clientele.

Prerequisite: MGHB02H3 or MGIB02H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: Partnership-Based Experience

MGHC50H3 - Special Topics in Human Resources

This course covers special topics in the area of organizational behaviour. The specific topics will vary from year to year but could include topics in organizational culture, motivation, leadership, communication, organizational design, work attitudes, or equity, diversity and inclusion at work. The specific topics to be covered will be set out in the syllabus for the course for each semester in which it is offered.

Prerequisite: 7.5 credits including MGHB02H3
Recommended Preparation: [MGHA12H3 or MGIA12H3] and [MGTA35H3 or MGTA36H3 or MGTA38H3]
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGHC51H3 - Special Topics in Organizational Behaviour

This course covers special topics in the area of organizational behaviour. The specific topics will vary from year to year but could include topics in organizational culture, motivation, leadership, communication, organizational design, work attitudes, or equity, diversity and inclusion at work. The specific topics to be covered will be set out in the syllabus for the course for each semester in which it is offered.

Prerequisite: 7.5 credits including MGHB02H3 or MGIB02H3
Recommended Preparation: MGTA35H3 or MGTA36H3 or [MGTA38H3 and MGHA12H3] or MGIA12H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGHC52H3 - Business Negotiation

An introduction to the theory and practice of negotiation in business. This course develops approaches and tactics to use in different forums of negotiation, and an introduction to traditional and emerging procedures for resolving disputes. To gain practical experience, students will participate in exercises which simulate negotiations.

Prerequisite: MGHB02H3 or MGIB02H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: University-Based Experience

MGHC53H3 - Introduction to Industrial Relations

An overview of the industrial system and process. The course will introduce students to: industrial relations theory, the roles of unions and management, law, strikes, grievance arbitration, occupational health and safety, and the history of the industrial relations system. Students will participate in collective bargaining simulations. This course includes work-integrated-learning components, and satisfies the WIL requirement of the BBA degree.

Prerequisite: Completion of at least 10.0 credits including [[MGEA01H3 and MGEA05H3] or [MGEA02H3 and MGEA06H3]].
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: University-Based Experience

MGHD14H3 - Leadership

This advanced leadership seminar builds on MGHC02H3/(MGTC90H3) Management Skills, focusing on leadership theories and practices. Through case studies, skill-building exercises, and world-class research, students will learn critical leadership theories and concepts while gaining an understanding of how effective leaders initiate and sustain change at the individual and corporate levels, allowing each student to harness their full leadership potential.

Prerequisite: [MGHB02H3 or MGIB02H3] or MGHC02H3 or MGIC02H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGHD24H3 - Occupational Health and Safety Management

Occupational health and safety is a management function, however, many managers are not prepared for this role when they arrive in their first jobs. This course will consider the physical, psychological, social, and legal environments relevant to health and safety in the workplace.

Prerequisite: MGHA12H3/(MGHB12H3) or MGIA12H3/(MGIB12H3)
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGHD25H3 - Human Resources Recruitment and Selection

An in-depth look at recruitment and selection practices in organizations. Students will learn about organizational recruitment strategies, the legal issues surrounding recruitment and selection, how to screen job applicants, and the role of employee testing and employee interviews in making selection decisions.

Prerequisite: MGHA12H3/(MGHB12H3) or MGIA12H3/(MGIB12H3)
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGHD26H3 - Training and Development

This course is designed to teach students about the training and development process. Topics include how training and development fits within the larger organizational context as well as learning, needs analysis, the design and delivery of training programs, on and off-the-job training methods, the transfer of training, and training evaluation.

Prerequisite: MGHA12H3/(MGHB12H3) or MGIA12H3/(MGIB12H3)
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGHD27H3 - Human Resources Planning and Strategy

This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of strategic human resources management and the human resource planning process. Students will learn how to forecast, design, and develop human resource plans and requirements using both qualitative and quantitative techniques.

Prerequisite: MGHA12H3/(MGHB12H3) or MGIA12H3/(MGIB12H3)
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGHD28H3 - Compensation

This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of compensation programs and systems. Students will learn how to design and manage compensation and benefit programs; individual and group reward and incentive plans; and how to evaluate jobs and assess employee performance.

Prerequisite: MGHA12H3/(MGHB12H3) or MGIA12H3/(MGIB12H3)
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: University-Based Experience

MGHD60H3 - Advanced Special Topics in Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources

This course covers advanced special topics in the area of organizational behaviour and human resources. The specific topics will vary from year to year, but could include topics in: organizational culture, motivation, leadership, communication, organizational design, work attitudes, job analysis, employee well-being and performance, performance management, selection, training, or equity, diversity and inclusion at work. The specific topics to be covered will be set out in the syllabus for the course for each semester in which it is offered.

Prerequisite: [MGHA12H3 or MGIA12H3] and [MGHB02H3 or MGIB02H3] and 7.5 credits
Recommended Preparation: MGTA38H3 or MGTA35H3 or MGTA36H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGIA01H3 - Principles of International Marketing

An introduction to basic marketing concepts and tools that provide students with a conceptual framework for analyzing marketing problems facing global managers. Topics are examined from an international marketing perspective and include: buyer behaviour, market segmentation and basic elements of the marketing mix.

Prerequisite: Enrolment in the MIB program
Exclusion: MGMA01H3, MGT252H5, RSM250H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGIA12H3 - International Human Resources

This course examines how human resource practices are different across cultures and how they are affected when they "go global." It examines how existing organizational structures and human resource systems need to adapt to globalization, in order to succeed domestically and internationally.

Exclusion: (MGIB12H3), (MGHB12H3), MGT460H5, RSM406H1, MGHA12H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGIB01H3 - Global Marketing

This course examines the challenge of entering and operating in foreign markets. Topics such as international marketing objectives, foreign market selection, adaptation of products, and communication and cultural issues, are examined through case discussions and class presentations. The term project is a detailed plan for marketing a specific product to a foreign country.

Prerequisite: MGMA01H3 or MGIA01H3
Exclusion: MGMB01H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGIB02H3 - International Organizational Behaviour

Examines how and why people from different cultures differ in their workplace behaviours, attitudes, and in how they behave in teams. Uses discussion and case studies to enable students to understand how employees who relocate or travel to a different cultural context, can manage and work in that context.

Exclusion: MGHB02H3, RSM260H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGIC01H3 - International Corporate Strategy

International Corporate Strategy examines the analyses and choices that corporations make in an increasingly globalized world. Topics will include: recent trends in globalization, the notion of competitive advantage, the choice to compete through exports or foreign direct investment, and the risks facing multinational enterprises.

Prerequisite: Minimum of 10.0 credits including MGAB02H3 and MGIA01H3 and MGFB10H3 and MGIB02H3
Exclusion: MGSC01H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGIC02H3 - International Leadership Skills

Leaders who work internationally must learn how to customize their leadership competencies to the different cultures in which they practice. By using role plays, simulations, cases, and class discussions, students will develop the culturally appropriate leadership skills of articulating a vision, planning and implementing goals, negotiation, and providing effective feedback.

Prerequisite: MGIB02H3
Exclusion: MGHC02H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGID40H3 - Introduction to International Business Law

This course offers an introduction to key topics in the law governing international trade and business transactions, including the law and conventions governing foreign investment, and the legal structure of doing business internationally, the international sale and transportation of goods, international finance, intellectual property and international dispute settlement.

Prerequisite: Completion of 10.0 credits
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGID79H3 - International Capstone Case Analysis

This course focuses on critical thinking and problem solving skills through analyzing, researching and writing comprehensive business cases, and is offered in the final semester of the MIB specialist program. It is designed to provide students the opportunity to apply the knowledge acquired from each major area of management studies to international real-world situations.

Prerequisite: MGAB03H3 and MGIA01H3 and MGIA12H3/(MGIB12H3) and MGIB02H3 and MGFC10H3 and MGIC01H3
Exclusion: MGSD01H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: Partnership-Based Experience

MGMA01H3 - Principles of Marketing

An introduction to basic concepts and tools of marketing designed to provide students with a conceptual framework for the analysis of marketing problems. The topics include an examination of buyer behaviour, market segmentation; the basic elements of the marketing mix. Enrolment is limited to students registered in Programs requiring this course. This course includes work-integrated-learning components, and satisfies the WIL requirement of the BBA degree.

Prerequisite: Enrolment in any Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program.
Exclusion: MGIA01H3, RSM250H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: University-Based Experience

MGMB01H3 - Marketing Management

This course builds on the introductory course in marketing and takes a pragmatic approach to develop the analytical skills required of marketing managers. The course is designed to help improve skills in analyzing marketing situations, identifying market opportunities, developing marketing strategies, making concise recommendations, and defending these recommendations. It will also use case study methodology to enable students to apply the concepts learned in the introductory course to actual issues facing marketing managers.

Prerequisite: [MGMA01H3 or MGIA01H3] and [MGTA38H3 or (MGTA35H3) or (MGTA36H3)]
Exclusion: MGIB01H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGMC01H3 - Market Research

A decision oriented course, which introduces students to the market research process. It covers different aspects of marketing research, both quantitative and qualitative, and as such teaches some essential fundamentals for the students to master in case they want to specialize in marketing. And includes alternative research approaches (exploratory, descriptive, causal), data collection, sampling, analysis and evaluation procedures are discussed. Theoretical and technical considerations in design and execution of market research are stressed. Instruction involves lectures and projects including computer analysis.

Prerequisite: MGMA01H3 or MGIA01H3
Exclusion: MGT453H5, RSM452H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGMC02H3 - Consumer Behaviour

This course provides an overview of the role of products in the lives of consumers. Drawing on theories from psychology, sociology and economics, the course provides (1) a conceptual understanding of consumer behaviour (e.g. why people buy), and (2) an experience in the application of these concepts to marketing decisions. This course includes work-integrated-learning components, and satisfies the WIL requirement of the BBA degree.

Prerequisite: MGMA01H3/(MGTB04H3) or MGIA01H3/(MGTB07H3)
Exclusion: (MGTD13H3)
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: Partnership-Based Experience

MGMC11H3 - Product Management and Branding

Managing products and brands is one of the most important functions of a successful marketer. Product lines and extensions and other issues of product portfolio will be covered in this course. This course also examines issues about brand equity, its measurement and contemporary challenges faced by marketers about branding product management.

Prerequisite: MGMA01H3 or MGIA01H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: Partnership-Based Experience

MGMC12H3 - Advertising: From Theory to Practice

An introduction to the basic communication tools used in planning, implementing and evaluating promotional strategies .The course reviews basic findings of the behavioural sciences dealing with perception, personality, psychological appeals, and their application to advertising as persuasive communication. Students will gain experience preparing a promotional plan for a small business. The course will rely on lectures, discussions, audio-visual programs and guest speakers from the local advertising industry.

Prerequisite: MGMA01H3 or MGIA01H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: Partnership-Based Experience

MGMC13H3 - Pricing Strategy

Pricing right is fundamental to a firm's profitability. This course draws on microeconomics to develop practical approaches for optimal pricing decision-making. Students develop a systematic framework to think about, analyze and develop strategies for pricing right. Key issues covered include pricing new product, value pricing, behavioural issues, and price segmentation.

Prerequisite: [MGMA01H3 or MGIA01H3] and MGEB02H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGMC14H3 - Sales and Distribution Management

Sales and distribution are critical components of a successful marketing strategy. The course discusses key issues regarding sales force management and distribution structure and intermediaries. The course focuses on how to manage sales force rather than how to sell, and with the design and management of an effective distribution network.

Prerequisite: MGMA01H3 or MGIA01H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGMC20H3 - Marketing in the Information Age

This course covers the advantages/disadvantages, benefits and limitations of E-commerce. Topics include: E-commerce business models; Search Engine Optimization (SEO); Viral marketing; Online branding; Online communities and Social Networking; Mobile and Wireless E-commerce technologies and trends; E-Payment Systems; E-commerce security issues; Identity theft; Hacking; Scams; Social Engineering; Biometrics; Domain name considerations and hosting issues. Students will also gain valuable insight from our guest speakers.

Prerequisite: MGMA01H3 or MGIA01H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: Partnership-Based Experience

MGMC30H3 - Event and Sponsorship Management

Event and Sponsorship Management involves the selection, planning and execution of specific events as well as the management of sponsorship rights. This will involve the integration of management skills, including finance, accounting, marketing and organizational behaviour, required to produce a successful event.

Prerequisite: Completion of at least 10.0 credits in any B.B.A. program
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGMC40H3 - Special Topics in Marketing

This course covers special topics in the area of Marketing. The specific topics will vary from year to year but could include topics in consumer behaviour, marketing management, marketing communication, new developments in the marketing area and trends. The specific topics to be covered will be set out in the syllabus for the course for each semester in which it is offered.

Prerequisite: [MGMA01H3 or MGIA01H3] and [MGMB01H3 or MGIB01H3]
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGMD01H3 - Applied Marketing Models

Marketing is a complex discipline incorporating not only an “art” but also a “science”. This course reviews the “science” side of marketing by studying multiple models used by companies. Students will learn how to assess marketing problems and use appropriate models to collect, analyze and interpret marketing data.

Prerequisite: [MGMA01H3 or MGIA01H3] and MGEB11H3 and MGEB12H3
Exclusion: MGT455H5
Breadth Requirements: Quantitative Reasoning

MGMD02H3 - Judgement and Decision Making

This course combines the elements of behavioural research as applied to consumers' decision making models and how this can be used to predict decisions within the marketing and consumer oriented environment. It also delves into psychology, economics, statistics, and other disciplines.

Prerequisite: MGMA01H3 or MGIA01H3
Exclusion: PSYC10H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGMD10H3 - Seminar in Consumer Psychology I

This seminar style course has advanced discussions that will go in-depth into a variety of topics in consumer psychology. Students will read papers from academic journals each week, lead the discussions, and share their ideas. Students are expected to submit a research paper at the end of the term. This course is appropriate for senior marketing students who are keen on getting insights into consumer psychology and/or those who want to get exposure to academic research in consumer psychology.

Prerequisite: [MGMA01H3 or MGIA01H3] and MGMB01H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: University-Based Experience

MGMD11H3 - Seminar in Consumer Psychology II

This seminar style course has advanced discussions that will go in-depth into a variety of topics in consumer psychology. Students will read papers from academic journals each week, lead the discussions, and share their ideas. Students are expected to submit a research paper at the end of the term. This course is appropriate for senior marketing students who are keen on getting insights into consumer psychology and/or those who want to get exposure to academic research in consumer psychology.

Prerequisite: [MGMA01H3 or MGIA01H3] and MGMB01H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGMD19H3 - Advanced Special Topics in Marketing II

This course focuses on current faculty research in areas like consumer behaviour and choice, pricing, promotions, etc. and their importance to marketing and research methodology. Topics covered will include specific theoretical or functional areas in marketing. The particular content in any given year will depend on the faculty member.

Prerequisite: [MGMA01H3 or MGIA01H3] and [MGMB01H3 or MGIB01H3]
Exclusion: MGMD21H3
Recommended Preparation: Some interest in or additional knowledge of different aspects of Marketing
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Note: This course can be taken as CR/NCR only for degree requirements, not program requirements.

MGMD20H3 - Advanced Special Topics in Marketing I

This course focuses on current faculty research in areas like consumer behaviour and choice, pricing, promotions etc. and their importance to marketing and research methodology. Topics covered will include specific theoretical or functional areas in marketing. The particular content in any given year will depend on the faculty member.

Prerequisite: [MGMA01H3 or MGIA01H3] and [MGMB01H3 or MGIB01H3]
Recommended Preparation: Some interest in or additional knowledge of different aspects of Marketing
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGMD21H3 - Competitive Marketing in Action

This course focuses on the analysis required to support marketing decisions and aid in the formation of marketing strategy. This is a Marketing simulation course which will challenge students to make real-time decisions with realistic consequences in a competitive market scenario. As part of a team, students will make decisions on Pricing, branding, distribution strategy, commissioning and using market research, new product launches and a variety of related marketing actions while competing with other teams in a simulation that will dynamically unfold over the semester. This is an action-packed capstone course and will give students the chance to apply what they have learned and to polish their skills in a realistic environment.

Prerequisite: [MGMA01H3 or MGIA01H3] and [MGMB01H3 or MGIB01H3]
Recommended Preparation: Some interest in or additional knowledge of different aspects of Marketing
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGOC10H3 - Analytics for Decision Making

The course develops understanding and practical skills of applying quantitative analysis for making better management decisions. Studied analytics methodologies include linear programming; multi-criteria optimization; network and waiting-line models; decision analysis. Methodologies are practiced in a broad range of typical business problems drawn from different areas of management, using spreadsheet modelling tools.

Prerequisite: MGEB02H3 and MGEB12H3 and [MGTA38H3 or (MGTA36H3) or (MGTA35H3)]
Breadth Requirements: Quantitative Reasoning

MGOC15H3 - Introductory Business Data Analytics

The course lays the foundation of business data analytics and its application to Management. Using state-of-the-art computational tools, students learn the fundamentals of processing, visualizing, and identifying patterns from data to draw actionable insights and improve decision making in business processes.

Prerequisite: MGEB12H3
Corequisite: MGOC10H3
Exclusion: MGT458H5, (MGOD30H3)
Breadth Requirements: Quantitative Reasoning

MGOC20H3 - Operations Management

An introduction to a broad scope of major strategic and tactical issues in Operations Management. Topics include project management, inventory management, supply chain management, forecasting, revenue management, quality management, lean and just-in-time operations, and production scheduling.

Prerequisite: MGOC10H3
Exclusion: MGT374H5, RSM370H1
Breadth Requirements: Quantitative Reasoning

MGOC50H3 - Special Topics in Analytics and Operations

This course will focus on topics in Analytics and Operations Management that are not covered or are covered only lightly in regularly offered courses. The particular content in any given year will depend on the faculty member. Possible topics include (but are not limited to) production planning, revenue management, project management, logistics planning, operations management in shared economy, and health care operations management.

Prerequisite: MGEB02H3 and MGEB12H3
Corequisite: MGOC10H3
Breadth Requirements: Quantitative Reasoning

MGOD31H3 - Advanced Business Data Analytics

The course covers advanced Management concepts of Big Data analytics via state-of-the-art computational tools and real-world case studies. By the end of the course, students will be able to conceptualize, design, and implement a data-driven project to improve decision-making.

Prerequisite: MGOC10H3 and MGOC15H3
Exclusion: (MGOD30H3)
Breadth Requirements: Quantitative Reasoning
Course Experience: Partnership-Based Experience

MGOD40H3 - Simulation and Analysis of Business Processes

Students will learn how to construct and implement simulation models for business processes using a discrete-event approach. They will gain skills in the statistical analysis of input data, validation and verification of the models. Using these models, they can evaluate the alternative design and make system improvements. Students will also learn how to perform a Monte Carlo simulation. Spreadsheet and simulation software are integral components to this course and will enhance proficiency in Excel.

Prerequisite: MGOC10H3
Corequisite: MGOC20H3
Exclusion: MIE360H1
Breadth Requirements: Quantitative Reasoning

MGOD50H3 - Advanced Special Topics in Analytics and Operations Management

This course will focus on topics in Analytics and Operations Management that are not covered in regularly offered courses. The particular content in any given year will depend on the faculty member.

Prerequisite: MGOC10H3
Breadth Requirements: Quantitative Reasoning

MGSB01H3 - Introduction to Strategy

This course offers an introduction to strategic management. It analyzes strategic interactions between rival firms in the product market, provides conceptual tools for analyzing these interactions, and highlights the applications of these tools to key elements of business strategy. The course then moves beyond product market competition and considers (among other things) strategic interactions inside the organization, and with non-market actors.

Prerequisite: Minimum 4.0 credits including MGEA02H3 and MATA34H3 or [[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3 or MATA31H3 or (MATA32H3)] and [(MATA33H3) or MATA35H3 or MATA36H3 or MATA37H3]]
Exclusion: RSM392H1 and MGT492H5
Recommended Preparation: MGAB01H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: University-Based Experience

MGSB22H3 - Entrepreneurship

This course focuses on the skills required and issues such as personal, financial, sales, operational, and personnel, which entrepreneurs face as they launch and then manage their early-stage ventures. Particular focus is placed on developing the analytical skills necessary to assess opportunities, and applying the appropriate strategies and resources in support of an effective business launch. This course includes work-integrated-learning components, and satisfies the WIL requirement of the BBA degree.

Prerequisite: MGAB01H3 and [MGHB02H3 or MGIB02H3]
Exclusion: MGT493H5, RSM493H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: University-Based Experience

MGSC01H3 - Strategic Management I

Begins with an examination of the concept of business mission. Students are then challenged to evaluate the external and industry environments in which businesses compete, to identify sources of competitive advantage and value creation, and to understand and evaluate the strategies of active Canadian companies.

Prerequisite: MGHB02H3 and [MGEB02H3 or MGEB06H3]
Exclusion: MGIC01H3, VPAC13H3, MGT492H5, RSM392H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGSC03H3 - Public Management

An introduction to key public sector management processes: strategic management at the political level, planning, budgeting, human resource management, and the management of information and information technology. Makes use of cases, and simulations to develop management skills in a public sector setting.

Prerequisite: MGHB02H3 or [POLB56H3 and POLB57H3/(POLB50Y3)]
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Note: POLB56H3 and POLB57H3 are prerequisites only for students enrolled in Public Policy programs

MGSC05H3 - The Changing World of Business - Government Relations

How regulation, privatization and globalization are affecting today's managers.
Most major management issues and business opportunities involve government (domestic or foreign) at some level - whether as lawmaker, customer, partner, investor, tax-collector, grant-giver, licensor, dealmaker, friend or enemy. This course provides students with an understanding of the issues and introduces some of the skills necessary to successfully manage a business's relationship with government.

Prerequisite: 4.0 credits or [POLB56H3 and POLB57H3/(POLB50Y3)]
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Note:
POLB56H3 and POLB57H3 are prerequisites only for students enrolled in Public Policy programs

MGSC07H3 - Introduction to Case Analysis Techniques

This course focuses on the theory and techniques of analyzing and writing business cases. The main focus is to assist students in developing their conceptual and analytical skills by applying the theory learned from each major area of management studies to practical situations. Critical thinking and problem solving skills are developed through extensive use of case analysis.

Prerequisite: MGAB03H3 and MGFB10H3 and MGHB02H3
Corequisite: MGMA01H3 and MGAB02H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGSC10H3 - Business Strategy in the Digital Age

This course teaches students the ways in which business strategy and strategic decisions are affected by the recent explosion of digital technologies. Key considerations include the market and organizational context, process design, and managerial practices that determine value from data, digital infrastructures, and AI. It provides classic frameworks augmented by frontier research to make sense of digital transformation from the perspective of a general manager. Leaning on case study analysis and in-class discussion, this course will surface both practical and ethical pitfalls that can emerge in an increasingly digital world and equip students to operate effectively in professional contexts affected by these fast-moving trends.

Prerequisite: Completion of 10.0 credits including MGEB11H3 and MGEB12H3
Recommended Preparation: Introductory Logic, Probability and Statistics Econometrics (Linear Regression)
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGSC12H3 - Narrative and Management

Through the analysis of fiction and non-fiction narratives, particularly film, dealing with managers in both private and public sector organizations, the course explores the ethical dilemmas, organizational politics and career choices that managers can expect to face.

Prerequisite: MGHB02H3 or ENGD94H3 or [2.0 credits at the C-level in POL courses]
Breadth Requirements: Arts, Literature and Language

MGSC14H3 - Management Ethics

Increasingly, the marketplace has come to reward, and government regulators have come to demand a sophisticated managerial approach to the ethical problems that arise in business. Topics include ethical issues in international business, finance, accounting, advertising, intellectual property, environmental policy, product and worker safety, new technologies, affirmative action, and whistle-blowing.

Prerequisite: MGTA38H3 or (MGTA35H3) or (MGTA36H3)
Exclusion: (MGIC14H3), PHLB06H3
Breadth Requirements: History, Philosophy and Cultural Studies

MGSC20H3 - Consulting and Contracting: New Ways of Work

Tomorrow's graduates will enjoy less career stability than previous generations. Technology and demography are changing the nature of work. Instead of having secure progressive careers, you will work on contract or as consultants. You will need to think, and act like entrepreneurs. This course includes work-integrated-learning components, and satisfies the WIL requirement of the BBA degree.

Prerequisite: MGAB03H3 and MGHB02H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: University-Based Experience

MGSC26H3 - Venture Capital

Venture capital and other sources of private equity play a critical role in the founding and development of new enterprises. In this course, we will review all aspects of starting and operating a venture capital firm. At the end of the course, students will better understand how the venture capital industry works; what types of businesses venture capitalists invest in and why; how contract structures protect investors; how venture capitalists create value for their investors and for the companies in which they invest; and how the North American venture capital model ports to other contexts.

Prerequisite: MGFB10H3 and MGEC40H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Note: Priority will be given to students enrolled in the Specialist program in Strategic Management: Entrepreneurship Stream. Additional students will be admitted as space permits.

MGSC30H3 - The Legal Environment of Business I

An introduction to the Canadian legal system and its effects on business entities. The course includes an examination of the Canadian court structure and a discussion of the various forms of business ownership, tort law, contract law, and property law.

Prerequisite: Completion of at least 10.0 credits including MGAB01H3 and MGAB02H3 and [MGTA38H3 or (MGTA35H3) or (MGTA36H3)]
Exclusion: MGT393H5, RSM225H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGSC35H3 - Innovation

This course introduces students to the nature and elements of innovation and explores the application of innovation to various stages of business evolution and to different business sectors. The course has a significant practical component, as student groups will be asked to provide an innovation plan for a real company. This course includes work-integrated-learning components, and satisfies the WIL requirement of the BBA degree.

Prerequisite: Completion of 10.0 credits and [MGSB22H3 or MGSC01H3 or MGSC20H3]
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: Partnership-Based Experience
Note: Priority will be given to students enrolled in the Entrepreneurship Stream of the Specialist/Specialist Co-op programs in Strategic Management.

MGSC44H3 - International Business Management

This Course deals with: political risk & contingency planning; human threats; weather extremes; NGOs (WTO, IMF and World Bank); government influences - dumping, tariffs, subsidies; cultures around the world; foreign exchange issues; export financing for international business; international collaborative arrangements; and pro-active/re-active reasons for companies going international. There will also be guest speakers.

Prerequisite: MGHB02H3
Exclusion: MGT491H1, RSM490H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: Partnership-Based Experience

MGSC91H3 - Special Topics in Strategy

This course covers special topics in the area of strategy. The specific topics will vary from year to year, but could include topics in business or corporate strategy, strategy and technology, strategy for sustainability, international business strategy, entrepreneurship, or managing emerging enterprises. The specific topics to be covered will be set out in the syllabus for the course for each semester in which it is offered.

Prerequisite: MGSB01H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGSD01H3 - Senior Seminar in Strategic Management

This course allows 4th-year Specialists students in Strategic Management to deepen and broaden their strategic skills by strengthening their foundational knowledge of the field and by highlighting applications to key strategic management issues facing modern organizations. It will improve students’ ability to think strategically and understand how strategic decisions are made at the higher levels of management.

Prerequisite: Completion of at least 11.0 credits, including MGSC01H3 and one of [MGSC03H3 or MGSC05H3]
Exclusion: MGID79H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGSD05H3 - Strategic Management II

Topics include competitive advantage, organizing for competitive advantage, and failures in achieving competitive advantage. Through case analysis and class discussion, the course will explore competitive positioning, sustainability, globalization and international expansion, vertical integration, ownership versus outsourcing, economies of scale and scope, and the reasons for failure.


Prerequisite: MGSC01H3 or MGIC01H3
Recommended Preparation:

Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Note: Admission is restricted to students enrolled in a BBA subject POSt. Priority will be given to students enrolled in the Management Strategy stream of the Specialist/Specialist Co-op in Strategic Management.

MGSD15H3 - Managing in the Information Economy

Topics include identifying, managing and exploiting information assets, the opportunities and limits of dealing with Big Data, the impact of digitalization of information, managing under complexity, globalization, and the rise of the network economy. Students will explore a topic in greater depth through the writing of a research paper.

Prerequisite: MGSC01H3 or MGIC01H3 or enrolment in the Specialist/Specialist (Co-op) program in Management and Information Technology (BBA).
Breadth Requirements: History, Philosophy and Cultural Studies
Course Experience: University-Based Experience
Note: Admission is restricted to students enrolled in a BBA subject POSt.

MGSD24H3 - New Venture Creation and Planning

Aimed at students interested in launching their own entrepreneurial venture. The core of the course is the development of a complete business plan which details the student's plans for the venture's initial marketing, finance and growth. This course provides a framework for the evaluation of the commercial potential of business ideas. This course includes work-integrated-learning components, and satisfies the WIL requirement of the BBA degree.

Prerequisite: MGMA01H3 and MGAB01H3 and MGAB02H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: University-Based Experience

MGSD30H3 - Intellectual Property Law

This course considers patents, trademarks, copyright and confidential information. Canada's international treaty obligations as well as domestic law will be covered. Policy considerations, such as the patentability of life forms, copyright in an Internet age of easy copying and patents and international development will be included.

Prerequisite: MGSC30H3
Recommended Preparation: 9.5 credits in addition to the prerequisite.
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGSD32H3 - The Legal Environment of Business II

This course further examines the issues raised in Legal Environment of Business I. It focuses on relevant areas of law that impact business organizations such as consumer protection legislation and agency and employment law, and it includes a discussion of laws affecting secured transactions and commercial transactions.

Prerequisite: MGSC30H3
Exclusion: MGT394H5, RSM325H1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGSD40H3 - Principles of Corporate Social Responsibility

This course will examine the role of business in society including stakeholder rights and responsibilities, current important environmental and social issues (e.g., climate change, ethical supply chains, etc.) and management practices for sustainable development. It is designed for students who are interested in learning how to integrate their business skills with a desire to better society.

Prerequisite: Completion of 10.0 credits
Breadth Requirements: History, Philosophy and Cultural Studies

MGSD55H3 - Strategy and Technology

This is an advanced course tackling critical issues in technology and information strategy. We focus on the theory and application of platform, screening, and AI strategies

Prerequisite: MGAB02H3 and MGEB02H3 and MGSB01H3 and [MGIC01H3 or MGSC01H3]
Exclusion: MGSD15H3 and [MGSD91H3 if taken in Fall 2023]
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGSD91H3 - Advanced Special Topics in Strategy

This course covers special topics in the area of strategy. The specific topics will vary from year to year but could include topics in corporate strategy, strategy for public organizations, strategy for sustainability, international business strategy or entrepreneurship. The specific topics to be covered will be set out in the syllabus for the course for each semester in which it is offered.

Prerequisite: Completion of 10.0 credits
Recommended Preparation: MGSC01H3 or MGIC01H3
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience: University-Based Experience

MGTA01H3 - Introduction to Business

This course serves as an introduction to the organizations called businesses. The course looks at how businesses are planned, organized and created, and the important role that businesses play within the Canadian economic system.

Exclusion: MGTA05H3, MGM101H1, RSM100Y1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGTA02H3 - Managing the Business Organization

This course serves as an introduction to the functional areas of business, including accounting, finance, production and marketing. It builds on the material covered in MGTA01H3.

Prerequisite: MGTA01H3
Exclusion: MGTA05H3, MGM101H5, MGM102H5, RSM100Y1
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGTA38H3 - Management Communications

In this course, students will learn skills and techniques to communicate effectively in an organization. Creativity, innovation and personal style will be emphasized. Students will build confidence in their ability to communicate effectively in every setting while incorporating equity, diversity, and inclusion considerations. This course is a mandatory requirement for all management students. It includes work-integrated-learning components, and satisfies the WIL requirement of the BBA degree.

Exclusion: (MGTA35H3) and (MGTA36H3)
Breadth Requirements: Arts, Literature and Language
Course Experience: Partnership-Based Experience

MGTB60H3 - Introduction to the Business of Sport

This course provides an introductory overview to the business of sport as it has become one of the largest industries in the world. Drawing from relevant theories applied to sports management, the course will incorporate practical case studies, along with critical thinking assignments and guest speakers from the industry.

Exclusion: (HLTB05H3)
Breadth Requirements: Social and Behavioural Sciences

MGTC28H3 - Computer Programming Applications for Business

This is an introductory coding course for Management students who have little programming experience. Beginning with the introduction to the fundamentals of computer scripting languages, students will then learn about the popular tools and libraries often used in various business areas. The case studies used in the course prepare students for some Management specializations that require a certain level of computer programming skills.

Prerequisite: MGEB12H3
Exclusion: CSCA20H3, CSC120H1, MGT201H1
Breadth Requirements: Quantitative Reasoning
Note: Students are expected to know introductory algebra, calculus, and statistics to apply coding solutions to these business cases successfully.

MGTD80H3 - Supervised Reading In Management

These courses are intended for upper level students whose interests are not covered in one of the other Management courses normally offered. The courses will only be offered when a faculty member is available for supervision and to students whose Management performance has been well above average. Students interested in these courses should consult with the Management Academic Director well in advance.

Note: Students must obtain consent from the Management, Academic Director, the supervising instructor and the Department of Management before registering for this course.

MGTD81H3 - Supervised Reading In Management

These courses are intended for upper level students whose interests are not covered in one of the other Management courses normally offered. The courses will only be offered when a faculty member is available for supervision and to students whose Management performance has been well above average. Students interested in these courses should consult with the Management Academic Director well in advance.

Note: Students must obtain consent from the Management, Academic Director, the supervising instructor and the Department of Management before registering for this course.

MGTD82Y3 - Supervised Reading In Management

These courses are intended for upper level students whose interests are not covered in one of the other Management courses normally offered. The courses will only be offered when a faculty member is available for supervision and to students whose Management performance has been well above average. Students interested in these courses should consult with the Management Academic Director well in advance.

Note: Students must obtain consent from the Management, Academic Director, the supervising instructor and the Department of Management before registering for this course.

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