Rotman Commerce


U of T's Rotman Commerce program, jointly offered by the Faculty of Arts & Science and the Rotman School of Management, offers an innovative curriculum with a global perspective for an enriched professional undergraduate experience. It explores the role of commerce in modern society while developing skill and confidence in analysis, effective communications and decision making. The Bachelor of Commerce degree builds on a common foundation of business and liberal arts courses.


Honours Bachelor of Commerce Programs

  • Accounting: Public Accounting (specialist)
  • Accounting: Financial Reporting and Control (specialist)
  • Finance & Economics (specialist)
  • Management (specialist) - with optional concentrations in:
    • Innovation and entrepreneurship
    • International business
    • Leadership in organizations
    • Marketing
    • Strategy


Career Services

The Rotman Commerce Career Centre provides students with career development opportunities by connecting our students with employers during on campus recruitment and other career development activities.

Students take advantage of the various workshops and seminars to further improve their marketability to employers.

In addition, individual counselling and group consultations help students identify their strengths and interests as they relate to their job search strategies.

Direct career options include:
Advertising Mortgage broker
Bank manager Mutual fund sales representative
Financial research analyst Portfolio manager
Investment adviser Public relations
Market research analyst Research analyst
Management consultant Security analyst

Alumni Services

The Rotman Commerce Alumni Network provides alumni with opportunities to stay connected with their classmates and interact with students and faculty. 

The Rotman Commerce Alumni Mentorship Program allows alumni to mentor fourth year students as they transition from their academic life into the workplace. 

Mentors share their experiences and advice to help guide students to reach their career goals, while students get the opportunity to ask questions about different industries, professional designations and the general nature of the business environment.


Learn more about the Faculty of Arts & Science by reading our Viewbook


First Year