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Choose from seven exciting majors

Admission requirements

A minimum overall average of 70% establishes eligibility for admission consideration; subject to competition individual programs may require higher pre-requisite grades and/or higher overall averages:

  • One English (ENG4U/EAE4U preferred)  
  • One Math (MCV4U preferred)
  • Total average of six Grade 12 U or M courses

Learn more about admission requirements.

Academic success

The Ted Rogers School of Management Student Services supports all students taking business management courses by providing: one on one learning strategy appointments with peers or full-time staff, offers free tutoring and study groups, and connects students to resources that can help them address any barriers they may encounter during their time at the Ted Rogers School of Management.

Learn more about your academic success.

Launch your career in the business world

As a Business Management student, you’ll acquire an intensive grounding in the fundamentals of business before choosing one of our seven innovative majors at the end of your first year.

Our active, collaborative approach puts you in the boardroom, problem-solving, presenting and tackling real-world business cases from the very beginning of your university career.

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Feel connected through student groups

Enrich your Undergraduate experience by make lifelong professional and personal connections by joining a student group. Gain experience and skills through exciting networking events, case competitions, and innovative experiential learning challenges.

Discover the Majors

5-day event series

Date: Jan. 24 - Jan. 28 at 6:00 PM

Description: Discover the Majors is an annual event (formerly known as Wheel of Majors) to help our Business Management and Accounting and Finance students get more familiar with the Ted Roges School of Management majors, as they start to feel more confident in what major to declare. This 5-day event series from Jan. 24 - 28 also exposes students to the TRSM minors. Students will hear from upper-year students and the course unions, faculty, and staff from Student Advising and the Business Career Hub. This event is open to all TRSM students. Ready to discover your major?