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  • Economics & Management Science
  • Entrepreneurship & Strategy
  • Global Management Studies
  • HR Management / ORG Behaviour
  • Law and Business
  • Marketing Management
  • Real Estate Management

One Great School & Seven Brilliant Majors

Economics & Management Science

In today's highly technical and computerized world, acquiring timely and accurate business and economic data is essential for successful management decision-making. In this program you will become well-versed in economic analysis and quantitative skills, which are in high-demand in today’s fast-paced global economy.

Entrepreneurship & Strategy

One of Canada’s leading Entrepreneurship programs with a large dedicated faculty and offering more undergraduate entrepreneurship courses than any other English language university in Canada. Prepare to start your own business, learn how to be entrepreneurial within existing organizations or help start-up ventures succeed.

Global Management Studies

All businesses in today's marketplace, whether they recognize it or not, are affected by events taking place globally. In this major you will acquire the managerial skills and cultural understanding required to function effectively in the new global business environment.

Human Resources Management & Organizational Behaviour

Learn to manage a diverse workforce, recruit employees strategically, retain good personnel and train and develop your employees while fostering a fair, diverse, and ethical work environment.

Law and Business

The Law and Business major offers you the strongest integration of law and business among all Bachelor of Commerce programs in Canada. Gain a solid understanding of the many key legal issues in the corporate world, including contract negotiations, human resources, policy development and property transactions.

Marketing Management

This is an exciting time to work in the field of marketing with all of the innovative new ways to engage with consumers. Learn how to interpret and respond to customer needs better than the competition by analyzing consumer trends, competitive activity and other factors.

Real Estate Management

Real estate propels the local and national economy. Learn the skills that will allow you to flourish in the housing and commercial property arenas, such as real estate finance, property development, economics, sustainability and real estate law.

During your first year at the School of Business Management, you'll acquire the foundational business knowledge that prepares you to specialize in one of the seven majors

Your Success is Our Business

Student Services in the Ted Rogers School of Management is here to support you. Learn more about the services we offer. 

Born to Compete

Competitions allow TRSM students to experience real-world business challenges in competitive environments while presenting to industry leaders. 

Gain Valuable Paid Work Experience

Gain real-world experience as a part of your studies with the co-op option. Students can apply for co-op in their second year. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Future Students

  • Are there accessibility services for students who need the support?

    Ryerson University is committed to providing an accessible learning and employment environment for students, employees and members of the Ryerson community. We are committed to the principles of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), and aim to ensure that dignity, integration and equality of opportunity are embedded in all aspects of the University culture.

    The core principles of the Access Centre for Students with Disabilities at Ryerson are facilitation, education, and inclusion. Our overall mission is to participate, with the university, in creating an accessible learning environment for students. Our specific mandate is to facilitate and support accessibility and inclusion through education and academic accommodation for the diverse mix of students with disabilities in order for each to fully participate in his/her academic experience at Ryerson.

  • Can I live on campus while I attend school?
    Ryerson University has three student residences (Pitman Hall, ILLC, O'Keefe House) that can house 840 students. Ryerson also has an off-campus housing registry that provides lists of off-campus accommodation as well as information on how to make your search easier. Visit Ryerson's Housing Services for further details.
  • How do I apply for transfer credits?
    Transfer Credits are granted using the post-secondary courses you completed at accredited institutions before being admitted to Ryerson. Accepted Transfer Credits impact your program curriculum by allowing you to avoid repeating coursework and graduate sooner. You will have to follow the instructions off of the Transfer credit website to apply for these credits.
  • How long do I have to complete the program?
    • Full-Time Students Admitted to First Year: 8 years
    • Full-Time Students Direct Entry Admitted to Semester 5: 4 years
    • Part-Time Admitted to First Year: 14 years
    • Part-Time Direct Entry Admitted to Semester 5: 7 years

    If you have exceeded your time span, you will be Discontinued and will be unable to enroll in classes. You must seek a time span extension to continue your studies. The granting of time span extensions is done by the Chair of each department. Please select the appropriate major, to see who you need to email to request an extension.

  • How many courses do I have to take in order to graduate?
    In the Part-time and Full-time degree program, there are a total of 42 courses. As a Direct Entry student, there are a total of 20 courses (plus your assigned Reachback courses) needed to complete your BComm. Full-time students may enroll in a maximum of 7 courses/semester; part-time students may enroll in a maximum of 3 courses/semester.

Current Students

  • Are there tutoring or study groups available?

    There are tutoring and study groups available through the Student Services department within TRSBM located in TRS 2-168.

    They can be contacted through or phone: 416-979-5000 ext. 2435. Learn more about the academic support offered to TRSBM students.

  • How can I declare my Minor?
    You can only declare your minor AFTER you have applied to graduate. After you have done this, the option to select a minor will appear on RAMSS.
  • How do I declare/change my Plan/Major?
    During your first year, in your second semester, you can declare your major once online through RAMMS. This takes place during the course intention period near the end of the second semester in March. If you no longer have access or want to make subsequent changes after you have declared your major in first year you must use the Plan Change Form. Please visit the Course Selection Instructions page for detailed instructions on how to declare your major.
  • How do I view my Advisement Report?

    Your Advisement Report is accessible through your RAMMS account under My Academics. To get more support on how to run this report please visit RAMMS Support for step-by-step instructions.

    The Advisement Report is a tool for Full-time Undergraduate degree students that shows all of the courses you have taken, been granted transfer credit for, or are enrolled in as well as those courses needed in order for you to graduate.

    We strongly recommend running an Advisement Report before and after adding or dropping courses and before applying to graduate.

  • How do course prerequisites affect my course choices?

    Prerequisites are courses that must be completed (or transfer credits granted in the course) prior to the second course being completed. Many courses have prerequisites associated with them and they are listed at the end of the specific course description in the Undergraduate Calendar.

    If you are missing a prerequisite, you will be prevented from adding the course. Many courses list as part of the prerequisite the phrase “or Direct Entry”. This means that, as a Direct Entry student, you are deemed to have met the prerequisites for the course as long as the prerequisite is not an assigned Reachback, and as long as the course is one of your REQUIRED or PROFESSIONAL courses.

    Make sure you plan the sequence of your courses so that you will have the appropriate prerequisites for any course you want to take. Always check the new Undergraduate Calendar for each year for any changes.