The Certificate in Business is a part-time program designed to provide students with the skills they need to function as managers in today's rapidly changing workplace. The program also gives students who already have degrees in other fields of study an opportunity to focus on business studies. In addition, courses in the program can be used towards various professional designations.
For the most part, admission requirements, academic regulations and services that apply to degree students apply also to Certificate in Business students taking courses in the Department of Management. This page is intended to supplement the information in the Academic Calendar, identifying areas where special rules apply (e.g. the requirements of the Certificate in Business and the rules governing overall standing in the program) and pointing to parts of the Calendar that are of particular importance in the programs.
In the context of the certificate requirements, the word "course" refers to one full course or two half-courses.
Students in this program must complete the following in order to qualify for the Certificate in Business:
|Fall 2022||July 2, 2022|
|Winter 2023||November 5, 2022|
|Summer 2023||April 1, 2023|
U of T Scarborough Certificate in Business students will graduate with honours if their cumulative grade point average is 3.20 or better.
Students who complete the Certificate in Business Program, graduate with other U of T Scarborough students at either the Spring Convocation (held in mid-June) or at the Fall Convocation (held in late November). Students completing their last course in the Program and who intend to take part in the next convocation must notify the Registrar's Office of their intention either through ROSI's Line or ROSI's website or on a confirmation of graduation form (available from Registrarial Services - Room AA142) by February 15 for the Spring Convocation or July 31 for the Fall Convocation.
Grade Point Averages
The following grade point averages are calculated for all students at the end of each session and are shown on the student's transcript:
Determination of Academic Status
Academic status is determined at the end of each Winter Session and at the end of each Summer Session as follows for all students who have completed at least two full courses (or equivalent) since beginning their studies:
For further information on grades and grade point values, please refer to the Course Calendar.
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View the complete list of Management, Economics, and Double Degree courses on the academic calendar.