Rotman Commerce Programs
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.
- Accounting (specialist) - with streams in public accounting and financial reporting and control
- Finance & Economics (specialist)
- Management (specialist) - with concentrations in international business, marketing, organizational behaviour, or strategy
Required First-Year Courses
- RSM 100Y1 – Introduction to Management
- ECO 100Y1 – Introduction to Economics
- MAT 133Y1 – Calculus and Linear Algebra for Commerce
Advice for First Year
MAT133Y1 is the preferred mathematics course for Rotman Commerce, however students may also take any other first-year calculus course, including MAT135Y1 – Calculus I, MAT137Y1 – Calculus!, or MAT157Y1 – Analysis I, or MAT 123H1 and MAT 124H1 – Calculus and Linear Algebra for Commerce (two half courses). Students are encouraged to take one course towards the breadth requirement in first year. Consult the Arts and Science Calendar for details.