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About the Ted Rogers School of Business Management

Welcome to the Ted Rogers School of Business Management, where students are our most valuable resource. Our business management students are members of a university community that dates back to 1948, when the school formed one of the original faculties at the Ryerson Institute of Technology.

The school has been granting undergraduate management degrees since 1971. It is now the largest of the six schools comprising the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University, and the largest single school in the university. Each School within TRSM has its own unique identity and curriculum that blends theory and practice, producing graduates who are ready to take on the challenges of today's workforce. 

The Ted Rogers School of Business Management is old enough to be respected, but young enough to pride itself on innovative teaching strategies that combine both theory and practice. We draw on the past while looking to the future in educating today’s students. Students graduate with a Bachelor of Commerce degree that has prepared them for the working world.

Today, the school is home to approximately 5,700 full-time and 600 part-time students. Undergraduate students at the Ted Rogers School of Business Management have the opportunity to choose among the largest selection of majors (seven) and minors (14) offered by any Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) program in Ontario.

Program Majors

During a student’s first year at the School of Business Management, they’ll acquire the foundational business knowledge that will prepare them to specialize in one of the seven majors below:

Students can earn a Bachelor of Commerce with a major in one of the following subject areas:

Please note: Accounting and Finance is no longer being offered as a major within the School of Business Management. Students interested in majoring in Accounting or Finance must apply directly to the School of Accounting and Finance.

Minors

Minors are an opportunity for students to explore a secondary area of undergraduate study either for personal interest beyond the degree, or as an area of expertise related to the program major that will serve their career choice. Learn more about minors.

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