Business Management (BCom)

Program description

The Ted Rogers School of Business Management (TRSBM) opened in 1948 as one of the original schools that formed the Ryerson Institute of Technology. It is now the largest of the four schools that comprise The Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University, and the largest single school in the university. Staffed by a faculty with many years of business management and teaching experience, and sound academic qualifications, the Ted Rogers School of Business Management has become the largest undergraduate business school in Ontario. It supplies industry and government with intelligent, dedicated graduates who are practically oriented, immediately useful, and capable of further personal development whether through advanced formal education or by promotion to senior job responsibilities. The program provides students with a specialization in their chosen vocation, a practical and comprehensive knowledge of all basic functions of business, an awareness of social, political, and economic issues facing contemporary society, a questioning attitude to encourage and assist change, an ability to employ analytical skills for decision-making, and a desire to continue to learn and develop.

Course website

http://www.ryerson.ca/tedrogersschool/bm/

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Ryerson University


School of Business Management

Duration

Four years

Credential awarded

Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)

Program contact

    General Program Information for all Majors
    Program Assistants: Penny Shahzadi and Ola Bandele
    Office Location: TRS 1-004
    Telephone: 416-979-5121
    Email:asktrsbm@ryerson.ca



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