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Management & Accounting Specialist

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Program Overview

Management at U of T Scarborough is highly sought after because of its modern, innovative and highly practical business programs. Its specialized streams and strategic curricula leave successful graduates prepared for a wide variety of careers in the corporate world. Students will earn high-quality professional management training within the context of a liberal arts degree — ideal for a managerial career.  They will study business practices, policies and current issues affecting companies by examining current real-life scenarios.

 
Complementary Programs: AFFILIATED PROGRAMS: Please visit The Bridge website for more information on our New Venture, Innovation and Fin Tech co-curricular programs.
 

Check out future career opportunities and skills acquired from completing this program:

1. Competencies & Skills

  • Analyze and advise on accounting operations
  • Develop and deliver quality management reporting/metrics
  • Development and implementation of internal controls/procedures
  • Develop budgeting and forecasting tools for planning and control activities
  • Collect, analyze, integrate and interpret multiple forms of information for decision making
  • Structured thinking and professional judgment
  • Provide well-rounded accounting exposure for future senior management role

2. Careers for Graduates

  • Accountant
  • Auditor
  • Business Analyst/Associate
  • Credit (Risk) Analyst
  • Financial Analyst
  • Financial Controller
  • Financial Planning/Budget Coordinator
  • Internal Control Analyst
  • Investment Advisor
  • Investment Banker
  • Consultant
  • Money Manager
  • Payroll Administrator
  • Mortgage Underwriter
  • Sales Analyst
  • Trader
  • CFO/VP Finance

3. Further Education

  • Master of Accounting & Finance
  • Accounting  (CPA/ACCA)
  • Strategic Management
  • International Business
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Public Administration
  • Canadian Securities Course
  • Project Management

Program Pathway

Year 1
CHOOSE YOUR COURSES WISELY
DEVELOP YOUR ACADEMIC & RESEARCH SKILLS
APPLY THEORY TO PRACTICE
BECOME AN ENGAGED CITIZEN (LOCALLY & GLOBALLY)
PLAN FOR YOUR FUTURE CAREER
Year 2
CHOOSE YOUR COURSES WISELY

DEVELOP YOUR ACADEMIC & RESEARCH SKILLS

  • Consider applying to become an RA (Research Assistant) with the Management Department.

  • Familiarize yourself with all the research tools and data resources The BRIDGE has to offer.

APPLY THEORY TO PRACTICE

BECOME AN ENGAGED CITIZEN (LOCALLY & GLOBALLY)

PLAN FOR YOUR FUTURE CAREER

Year 3

CHOOSE YOUR COURSES WISELY

DEVELOP YOUR ACADEMIC & RESEARCH SKILLS
APPLY THEORY TO PRACTICE
  • Become an Ambassador with CPA Ontario, to gain valuable skills and build professional networks.

  • Apply for the Student Exchange Program’s National University of Singapore Overseas College through the ISC.

  • Apply to our Junior Financial Analyst Work Study position on CLNx (>Jobs & Recruitment>Work Study).

BECOME AN ENGAGED CITIZEN (LOCALLY & GLOBALLY)
PLAN FOR YOUR FUTURE CAREER
  • Check CLNx for Networking events and Employer Information sessions to attend.  

  • Attend the UTSC Graduate & Professional School Fair in September.

  • Develop professional skills by participating in case competitions.

  • Talk to your Student Experience Coordinator to learn about your options.

Year 4 or Final Year
CHOOSE YOUR COURSES WISELY
DEVELOP YOUR ACADEMIC & RESEARCH SKILLS
APPLY THEORY TO PRACTICE
BECOME AN ENGAGED CITIZEN (LOCALLY & GLOBALLY)
  • Participate in the AA&CC’s Partners in Leadership program to learn and network with an alumni mentor about transitioning to work or further education.    

  • Consider joining a relevant professional association; volunteer for their events and get to know people in your industry of interest.

  • Join the UTSC Management Group on 10,000 Coffees.

PLAN FOR YOUR FUTURE CAREER
  • Attend the AA&CC’s Get Hired job search conference in April/May.  

  • Attend the Jobs for Grads orientation for a job search “crash course”; find job opportunities on CLNx.

  • Discuss grad school plans with your professors and AA&CC staff.  

  • Get your Personal Statement reviewed in the AA&CC.

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Did You Know: All BBA students participate in at least one Work Integrated Learning opportunity prior to graduation.