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Office: TRS 1-004 (7th floor)

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You can find information regarding the application process on the Undergraduate Admissions site. For program-specific information, visit the Accounting & Finance (BComm) Program Page.




Yes, you will have a chance to apply for co-operative education at the end of your first year. Co-op is an optional part of your academic program and extends your program by at least half a year (4.5 years instead of 4).

In order to apply for co-op you must meet the following requirements:

  • Minimum CGPA of 3.0 in first year
  • Completion of all first-year requirements 



Your course calendar (opens in new window)  outlines exactly which courses you need to take each semester in order to graduate in the minimum time required to complete the degree.


Yes, the School of Accounting & Finance Catherine Lund Entrance Award provides financial assistance and recognizes the academic achievement of full‐time undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Accounting & Finance. The awards are open to students entering the first year of the School of Accounting & Finance Bachelor of Commerce program.

For further details and application process, please visit our awards page.

To view additional scholarships and awards available to students, please visit the Toronto Metropolitan University Awards and Scholarships page.



Once you receive an Offer of Admission, you may apply for transfer credits. For more information on how to apply for transfer credits, please visit the Transfer Credits website.



Yes, students who require academic accommodations are encouraged to contact Toronto Met’s Academic Accommodations Support.