Bachelor of Business Administration in Management (BBA)

University of Toronto

Program Description

Bachelor of Business Administration in Management (BBA)

University of Toronto

Bachelor of Business Administration in Management (BBA)

The design of the curriculum in Management is guided by our mission statement, which follows:

"The mission of the Department of Management at the University of Toronto Scarborough is to provide our students with the best pre-professional undergraduate management education in Canada. With special emphasis on our co-op model of education, we aim to provide a coherent set of learning experiences that simultaneously teaches management skills and develops the capacity to think analytically about managerial, economic and societal problems and opportunities. Our faculty engages in nationally and internationally recognized research which advances the frontiers of knowledge serves the interests of our community and brings new insights to our students. We will improve our students' current and future experiences by building and maintaining close links with private and public sector organizations, by helping students to bridge the gap between education and employment, and by providing a continuing and lively connection among current and former students of the Department."

The University of Toronto Scarborough offers the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree to students who complete one of the Specialist Programs in Management. We also offer a Co-operative version of the Management Program as well as a non-Co-op Certificate in Business.

Limited enrolment

Because of pressures of demand for places, it has been necessary to place enrolment limits on most Management courses including those given in the summer session, and on admission to Programs. Information on how to apply for admission to a Program and to limited enrolment courses will be available prior to the end of classes in April.

Prerequisites

Students are responsible for ensuring that they have the prerequisites for all Management courses. Students who knowingly or unwittingly register for courses for which they do not have the necessary prerequisites will be denied access to those courses. Students are reminded that an SDF (Standing Deferred) in a course is considered as not meeting the prerequisite for the subsequent course.

Management Programs

The degree offered to management students (Co-op and Non-Co-op) is the BBA - all BBA programs have a Co-op option. Students qualify for the BBA by completing one of the specialist programs in Management. BBA students are not permitted to request either the Major Program in Economics for Management Studies or the Minor Program in Economics for Management Studies.

Admissions

Each year, 400 students will be admitted to the Specialist Programs in Management including Co-operative studies. There are three possible ways to be admitted to the Specialist Programs. Students interested in Co-op should also refer to additional application information in the following Co-op Programs section.

  1. Directly from Secondary School - Most of the students will be admitted directly from high school, on the basis of academic performance. Applicants interested in the Specialist Programs in Management must have completed Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Calculus.
  2. At the End of First Year - Pre-program students will be considered for admission to the various BBA programs at the end of the winter session of their first year. The second round of admissions takes place at the end of the following summer session. The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) to guarantee admission to Non-Co-op BBA is calculated annually. For this year, it will not be greater than 3.3. Typically the cut-off for admission to Co-op will be higher than the cut-off for admission to Non-Co-op. Applicants for the Specialist Programs in Management must have completed at least 4.0 credits at the University of Toronto. Courses completed must include MGTA01H3/(MGTA03H3) and MGTA02H3/(MGTA04H3) MGEA02H3/(ECMA04H3), MGEA06H3/(ECMA06H3), MATA32H3 & MATA33H3. MATA32H3 & MATA33H3 are strongly recommended, however, MATA30H3/A31H3 and MATA35H3/A36H3/A37H3 may also be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. Decisions will be made when all grades are received. To be considered for admission to the BBA program, a student must request a Management subject post on ROSI. There are two rounds of admission each year. Application for admission will be considered only for the round during which the student has made the subject post request.
  3. Late Admission - A limited number of places in the BBA will be available to students beyond the two application periods described in the previous section. Students may apply until they have completed up to 10.0 full credits, and admission will be on the basis of all grades received. Students who have completed more than 10.0 full credits will not be considered for admission to the Programs. Since the number of students accepted in this category is very limited, students who are denied admission after the first year (in the periods at the end of the winter session and the end of the summer session in first year) are strongly advised to visit the Academic Advising & Career Centre to explore alternative program options.

Scarborough (UTSC) campus

This school offers programs in:
  • English


Last updated February 11, 2018
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This course is Campus based
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Sept. 2019
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4 years
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Canada - Toronto, Ontario
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