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Accounting and Finance

Chemical Engineering

Program Description

Located in the heart of Canada’s Financial District, The School of Accounting and Finance (SAF) at the Ted Rogers School of Management is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) - an honor bestowed upon less than five per cent of business schools worldwide. With distinguished faculty and staff, SAF student population and valuable contacts in the Financial District, Ryerson University is a leading destination for enterprising and contemporary financial education. The goal of SAF is to imbue all our students with a high sense of ethics and professionalism that will serve them well on Bay Street and the world of business abroad.

In their first two years, accounting and finance students take general courses in each specialization before choosing their academic destination.

Accounting students will take all the courses needed to enter into a professional accounting career, including Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA). Accounting graduates go on to fill positions such as controller, chief financial officer, and partners in public accounting firms.  Major industries recruit students on campus, including banking, telecommunications, chartered accountancy, government, manufacturing, and the not-for-profit sector.

Finance students are able to specialize in a field of their choice, including personal financial planning (CFP), corporate financial management, or investments management. The financial industry is becoming increasingly complex and our rigorous program ensures that finance graduates will be able to stand up to the challenge. Finance graduates are equipped to enter any profession in the dynamic finance sector.  Their degree allows them to specialize in a field of their choice, including personal financial planning (CFP), corporate financial management, or investments management.  Career options include Securities Trader, Portfolio Analyst, and Financial Analyst.

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For questions about the job application process, co-op fees, potential employers, typical co-op employment rates etc. please contact


For questions about academic matters such as: co-op admission requirements, requests for alternate work and academic term sequences, when to apply to get into co-op, grades for co-op work terms, work term reports etc. please contact the corresponding Faculty Advisor.


Brenda Brazier
Phone: 416-979-5000 ext. 7561
Location: TRS 1-052

Yuanshun Li


Dr. Yuanshun Li
Phone: 416-979-5000 ext. 6711
Location: TRS 1-074


  • Auditor General
  • Canada Revenue Agency
  • Ernst & Young
  • National Bank
  • TD Bank
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Scotia Bank
  • Deloitte



  • Accounting Co-op
  • Audit and Assurance Co-op
  • Capital Market Internship
  • Commercial Banking Officer
  • Compliance Co-op
  • Customer Service Banking Summer Co-op
  • Finance Business Unit Co-op
  • Finance Co-op
  • Financial Reporting Administrator
  • Financial Analyst - Investment Banking (Equities)
  • Investment Finance Co-op
  • Risk Management Co-op
  • Tax Analyst
  • Taxpayer Services Agent
  • Venture Capitalist Co-op




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