Management & Finance

Program Summary

At its basic level, finance is the acquisition and management of financial resources. Finance is an integral part of individual lives, households, businesses, governments, and all other forms of organizations. The Management and Finance program equips students with a comprehensive understanding of financial issues and concepts, and with a firm mastery of methodologies and problem solving skills required in modern-day finance.  The Department’s world-class Finance lab allows students to experience the real world in a classroom setting.

 

Sample Finance Courses:

The Program covers courses in Finance such as investments, corporate finance, behavioural finance, international finance, derivatives, risk management, mergers and acquisition, and private equity. Sample courses include:

For a full list of required courses to complete a Specialist in Management & Finance, please refer to the UTSC Calendar

 

Career Options

UTSC’s BBA degree specializing in Management & Finance allows students to gain experience by applying the latest management and finance theories to real-world problems both inside and outside the classroom. Sample roles of work term students and recent graduates include:

  • Financial Analyst
  • Financial Control Assistant
  • Business Analyst
  • Investment Banking Analyst
  • Project Coordinator/Manager
  • Financial Auditor
  • Budget Officer
  • Financial Planner
  • Portfolio Manager
  • Profit/Risk Analyst
  • Security Trader

UTSC Management and Finance students secure co-op and full-time roles with successful companies such as:

  • Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan
  • RBC
  • CPPIB
  • TD Canada Trust
  • Scotiabank
  • Toronto Hydro
  • CIBC
  • Ministry of Finance
  • BMO Capital Markets
  • Unilever Canada

More Career Options: Program Tipsheet

 

Current Student and Recent Graduate Profiles

 

Yashvi Shah

Program: Management & Finance

Previous Work Terms: Scotiabank

“UTSC’s relatively smaller size allows for a culture where one can get individual attention from mentors and staff. “ Read More

Learn more about other current student and recent graduate experiences here.