Management, Rotman School of Management

Management, Rotman School: Introduction

​​​​​​Faculty Affiliation

Management, Rotman School of Management

Degree Programs

Management

MBA

Full-Time Master of Business Administration;

Extended Full-Time Master of Business Administration (Morning and Evening)

Executive Master of Business Administration

Fields:

  • Global Executive Master of Business Administration for Healthcare and the Life Sciences (GEMBA-HLS)

  • Global Executive Master of Business Administration (GEMBA) (offered only through the dual degree program with Bocconi University)

Dual Degree Program: Global Executive Master of Business Administration (University of Toronto / Bocconi University)

Finance

MF

Financial Risk Management

MFRM

Management Analytics

MMA

​Combined Degree Programs

STG, BASc / MBA​​
STG, JD / MBA
STG, MBA / MGA
STG, PharmD / MBA

​Collaborative Specializations

The following collaborative specializations are available to students in participating degree programs as listed below:

  1. Contemporary East and Southeast Asian Studies
    • Management, MBA
  2. Environmental Studies
    • Management, MBA​

Diploma Programs

Professional Accounting

GDipPA

Overview

The Rotman School of Management is a catalyst for transformative learning, insights, and public engagement, bringing together diverse views and initiatives around a defining purpose: to create value for business and society.

The School is located in Canada’s financial, commercial, and cultural capital, and students are trained just blocks from Bay Street, Canada’s business centre. The School takes full advantage of its strategic location by drawing on a rich pool of business leaders as teachers, mentors, and speakers. The School's strong academic reputation and close ties to the business community give graduates an edge in their search for a fulfilling career.

In the classroom, top-ranked faculty provide access to the latest research before it filters into consulting firms and major corporations. Learning at Rotman goes deep—combining a rigorous, model-based approach to decision making with a strong emphasis on personal development. The School attracts people from a wide range of countries and backgrounds, and provides them with a learning environment that is safe, welcoming, open, inclusive, and respectful to all.

Contact and Address

Rotman School of Management

Web

General: www.rotman.utoronto.ca
Full-Time MBA: www.rotman.utoronto.ca/Degrees/MastersPrograms/MBAPrograms/FullTimeMBA
Morning and Evening MBA: www.rotman.utoronto.ca/Degrees/MastersPrograms/MBAPrograms/MEMBA
Executive MBA: www.rotman.utoronto.ca/Degrees/MastersPrograms/MBAPrograms/ExecutiveMBA
Global Executive MBA: www.rotman.utoronto.ca/Degrees/MastersPrograms/MBAPrograms/GEMBA
Global Executive MBA for Healthcare and the Life Sciences: www.rotman.utoronto.ca/Degrees/MastersPrograms/MBAPrograms/GEMBA-Health
Master of Finance: www.rotman.utoronto.ca/Degrees/MastersPrograms/MasterOfFinance
Master of Financial Risk Management: www.rotman.utoronto.ca/Degrees/MastersPrograms/MFRM​
Master of Management Analytics: www.rotman.utoronto.ca/Degrees/MastersPrograms/MMA
Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting: ​www.rotman.utoronto.ca/Degrees/GDPA

Telephone

MBA: (416) 978-3499
Morning and Evening MBA: (416) 946-5916
Executive MBA: (416) 946-3022
Global Executive MBA: (416) 946-3022
Global Executive MBA for Healthcare and the Life Sciences: (416) 946-3638
Master of Finance: (416) 946-5916
Master of Financial Risk Management: (416) 978-2230
Master of Management Analytics: (416) 946‐3638
Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting: (416) 978-2230

Address

Rotman School of Management
University of Toronto
105 St. George Street
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3E6
Canada

Management, Rotman School: Graduate Faculty

Full Members

Afeche, Philipp - BA, MS, PhD
Agrawal, Ajay - BASc, MEng, MBA, PhD
Amernic, Joel - BSc, MBA, CA
Bar-Isaac, Heski - BA, MSc, PhD
Baron, Opher - BSc, MBA, PhD
Baum-Snow, Nathaniel - AB, PhD
Baum, Joel - BA, MBA, PhD
Berman, Oded - BA, PhD
Blum, Bernardo - BA, MA, MA, PhD
Booth, Laurence - BSc, MBA, MA, DBA
Bova, Francesco - BComm, MPH, MBA, MA, PhD
Bowers, Anne - BA, MBA, PhD
Brean, Donald - BA, MBA, MSc, PhD
Callen, Jeffrey - BM, MBA, DPhil
Casciaro, Tiziana - BA, MS, PhD
Ching, Andrew Tat Tin - BA, MA, MA, PhD
Christianson, Marlys - MD, PhD
Christoffersen, Susan - BA, MA, PhD (Vice-Dean, Undergraduate and Pre-Experience Programs)
Corts, Kenneth - BA, MA, PhD (Vice-Dean, Faculty and Research)
Côte, Stéphane - BSc, MA, PhD (Director, PhD Program)
Cunningham, William - BA, MPH, MS, MA, PhD
Dart, Beatrix - MISt, MEc, PhD
Davydenko, Sergei - MA, MSc, PhD
DeCelles, Katherine - BS, PhD
Doidge, Craig Andrew - BComm, MSc, PhD
Dungan, D Peter - BA, MA, PhD
Dyck, Alexander - BA, PhD
Edwards, Alexander - BAC, MS, MAcct, PhD
Elitzur, Ramy - BA, MBA, PHM, PhD
Elkamhi, Redouane - BE, MBA, PhD
Florida, Richard - BA, PhD
Galasso, Alberto - PhD
Gans, Joshua - BEc, PhD
Golden, Brian - BS, MS, PhD (Vice-Dean, Professional Programs; Academic Director, GEMBA and Co-Academic Director, GEMBA-HLS Programs)
Goldfarb, Avi - BA, MA, PhD
Goldreich, David - BS, MS, MS, PhD
Gomez, Rafael - BA, MA, MIR, PhD
Hadfield, Gillian - BA, JD, PhD
Han, Bing - PhD
Han, Lu - BA, MA, PhD
Hawkins, Scott - BA, MS, PhD
Hejazi, Walid - BA, MA, PhD
Hope, Ole-Kristian - MBA, PhD
Hu, Ming - BS, MS, PhD
Hull, John - BA, MA, MA, PhD
Hyatt, Douglas - BA, MA, PhD
Kan, Raymond - BBA, MBA, DPhil
Kaplan, Sarah - BA, MA, PhD
Krass, Dmitry - BS, MEng, PhD (Academic Director, MMA Program)
Latham, Gary - BA, MS, PhD
Lederman, Mara - BA, PhD
Lee, Byung Soo - BS, MA, PhD
Leonardelli, Geoffrey - BA, MA, PhD
Liao, Scott - MA, PhD
Lu, Hai - MBA, PhD, PhD
Macklem, Tiff - BA, MA, PhD (Dean)
Mahrt-Smith, Jan - BSc, PhD
Martin, Roger - AB, MBA
McCurdy, Thomas - BA, MA, PhD
McEvily, Bill - BS, PhD
McGahan, Anita - BA, MA, MBA, PhD
Mehta, Nitin - BTech, MS, MS, PhD (Co-Academic Director, MMA Program)
Milner, Joseph - BSc, MS, PhD (Academic Director, Full-Time MBA Program)
Mitchell, Matthew - BS, MA, PhD
Mitchell, William - BBA, PhD (Co-Academic Director, GEMBA-HLS Program)
Mohanram, Partha Sarathy - BTech, MBA, PhD
Moldoveanu, Mihnea - BSc, MSc, DBA (Vice-Dean, Learning and Innovation)
Moorthy, Sridhar - BSc, MBA, MS, PhD
Ornthanalai, Chayawat - BEng, PhD (Academic Director, MF Program)
Oxley, Joanne - BSc, MA, MBA, PhD (Associate Dean, Faculty)
Pauly, Peter - MA, PhD
Reuber, Rebecca - BA, MSc, PhD
Richardson, Gordon - BA, MBA, PhD, CA
Rotenberg, Wendy - BA, MBA, PhD
Rotundo, Maria - BA, MA, PhD
Rowley, Timothy - BA, MBA, PhD
Ryall, Michael - BS, MBA, PhD
Shi, Mengze - BSc, MBA, PhD
Silverman, Brian - AB, MA, SM, PhD (Associate Dean, Research and Academic Resources)
Simutin, Mikhail - BA, PhD
Smieliauskas, Waldemar - BS, MS, PhD
Soberman, David - BSc, MBA, PhD
Soman, Dilip - BE, MBA, PhD
Strange, William - BA, MA, PhD
Tilcsik, Andras - AB, AM, PhD
Trefler, Daniel - BA, MPH, PhD
Tsai, Claire - BBA, MBA, PhD
Verma, Anil - BTech, MBA, PhD
Wang, Kevin - BS, MA, PhD
White, Alan - BEng, MBA, PhD
Whyte, Glen - LLB, MA, MPH, MBA, PhD
Wong, Franco - BA, MA, PhD
Xie, Jia Lin - BA, MBA, PhD
Xin, Baohua - PhD
Yang, Liyan - BA, MA, PhD
Zhang, Ping - BA, MAcct, MA, PhD
Zhong, Chenbo - BA, MA, PhD

Members Emeriti

Amburgey, Terry - BS, MA, PhD
Bird, Richard - BA, MA, PhD
D'Cruz, Joseph - BA, MBA, PhD
Fisher, James - BA, MBA
Fleck, James - BA, DBA
Gordon, Myron - BA, MA, PhD
Halpern, Paul - BCom, MBA, PhD
Horstmann, Ignatius - BA, PhD
Kolodny, Harvey - BEng, MBA, PhD
Menzefricke, Ulrich - MBA, DBA
Mitchell, Andrew - BA, PhD
Ondrack, Daniel - BComm, MBA, PhD
Wilson, Thomas - BA, AM, PhD

Associate Members

Ambachtsheer, Keith - BA, MA
Arnold, Hugh - BA, MA, PhD
Ashraf, Nouman - BCom, MBA
Barrette, Catherine - BCom, BCom
Beatty, David - BA, MA
Beausoleil, Angele - BAA, MA, PhD
Boyko, Dana Marta - BA, BA, MA
Bryan, Kevin - BA, MS, MS, PhD
Carr, Melanie - MD
Celerier, Claire - PhD
Corhay, Alexandre - BCom, MSc
Crawford, Robert - MHSc
Dessaint, Olivier - MSc, MA, PhD
Djikic, Maja - PhD
Doering, Laura - BA, MA, MA, PhD
Drory, Asher - BA, MBA, MA
Feinberg, Matthew - BA, MEd, PhD
Geoffrey, Craig - BA, MBA
Golubov, Andrey - MSc, PhD
Hampton, Delaine - BSc
Hoffman, Mitchell - BA, PhD
Khan, Michael - BCom
Kim, Daehyun - PhD
Kitunen, Joan - BBM, CA, CPA
Lee, Spike - MS, PhD
Liu, Shannon - BS, BA, PhD
MacKay, Alexandra - BSc, MA, PhD (Academic Director, Rotman Commerce Program)
Malekian, Azarakhsh - BSc, MS, PhD
Manning, Ryann - BA, MA, PhD
Martin, Joe - BA
Nesbitt, Richard - BA, MBA, MSc
Oesch, John - BS, MBA, MEd, MSc, PhD (Academic Director, Morning and Evening MBA Program)
Powers, Richard - BPHE, BA, LLB, MBA
Reiter, Nayana - BBA, MSc, PhD
Romero, Gonzalo - BS, BS, PhD
Ruttan, Rachel - BA, MS, PhD
Schneider, Manfred - BCom, JD, MBA, CA, CPA
Shin, Jee-Eun - BA, MS
Somwaru, Indira - BA, BEd, MBA
Stapleton, Maureen - MBA
Stojanovic, Dragan - BComm, MEd
Tassone, Ralph - BCom, MEd
Tolias, Fotini - BCom, MBA
Trippen, Gerhard - MCS, PhD
Webb, Ryan - BA, MA, PhD
Wiecek, Irene - BComm, CA, CPA
Wittek, Peter - MSc, MSc, PhD
Yi, Irene Eun Gyoung - BBA, PhD
Younger, Calvin - MBA
Zhong, Zachary - PhD
Zuliani, Elisa - BBM, CA (Academic Director, Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting)

Management, Rotman School: Management MBA Full-Time

Full-Time MBA Program

Program Description

The Full-Time Rotman MBA is an intense program that combines 16 months of academic study with a 4-month opportunity for a paid internship. The program begins with a core curriculum that introduces Rotman's unique problem-solving and creative methodology with the fundamental disciplines of business. Students have the opportunity to customize their MBA experience by choosing to specialize in a particular interest through 14 areas, develop a broader skill set with over 90 elective courses, and accelerate their career through the experiential learning component of the Flexible Internship program. As the practice of management evolves over time, so do the elective courses and areas that Rotman offers in any given year.

Students are required to complete the course Applied Management: Placement in conjunction with a work placement which may be done in the Summer, Fall, or Winter sessions. Depending on their academic area of study and career objectives, students will be guided on the best work term option to secure a placement with an employer. Throughout their work placement, students will benefit from enhanced communication with their host employers, tracking of project deliverables, and feedback from faculty supervisors.

Rotman offers three core strategic areas — an innovative curriculum, tailored career services, and the Self-Development Lab — to develop the skills and experiences students need to accelerate in their careers as high-value decision makers and business leaders. Whether their aim is to make a career switch, accelerate their current career, or start their own business, the Rotman MBA enables students to reach their professional and personal goals.

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the Rotman School's additional admission requirements stated below.

  • An appropriate bachelor's degree from a recognized university.

  • Applicants must obtain a satisfactory score on the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) or the Graduate Record Examination (GRE; General Test). Test results are valid for five years.

  • If required, completion of the following English proficiency tests:

    • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) Internet-based format: overall score of 100 with a minimum of 22 on the writing and speaking sections.

    • International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Academic: score of 7.0 with minimum 6.5 required for each component.

  • A minimum of two years of full-time work experience is strongly recommended.

  • The Full-Time MBA program starts annually in August. Applicants for the Full-Time program are encouraged to apply as per the deadline dates (beginning in October with a final deadline in May).

Program Requirements

  • Within this 20-month program (two academic years), students must:

    • Complete the set of required ​courses at the 1000 level. Each course has a weighting of one, two, or three modules. Three-module courses are equivalent to three credit hours. No advanced standing will be granted for previous academic work completed or professional designations earned.

    • Complete 0.5 full-course equivalent (FCE):

      • A full-time internship work placement and RSM 1380H Applied Management: Placement, which includes in-class lectures and coursework assessments; or

      • If they are not taking an internship, RSM 1381H Applied Management: Independent Study.

    • Complete 6.0 elective FCEs at the 2000 level (equivalent to twelve 2000-level courses).

    • With the permission of the Academic Director, students may take up to four 2000-level courses from another graduate unit or participate in an international exchange program approved by the Rotman School of Management or the University of Toronto. In all cases, courses selected are subject to the approval of the Academic Director.

    • Students can take two of the following experiential courses for credit (1.0 FCE): RSM 2700H Independent Study Project, RSM 2701H Global Consulting Project, RSM 2702H OnBoard, RSM 2703H CityLab, RSM 2705H C-Suite, and RSM 2709H Global Practicum. For students who take more than two experiential courses, these would not be counted towards the MBA degree requirements. Students should be aware that the following restrictions apply:

      • Students can only take RSM 2709H Global Practicum for credit one time.

      • Students can only take one from the following for credit: RSM 2702H, RSM 2703H, or RSM 2705H.

      • Students in combined degree programs with other schools or Faculties at the University of Toronto can take one experiential course for credit (0.5 FCE), unless exemption is granted.

      • Students taking part in an exchange with one of the partner schools for four half credits or more cannot take the experiential learning courses for credit. Students taking part in an exchange with one of the partner schools for three half credits or less can take one experiential learning course (0.5 FCE) for credit.

Program Length

5 sessions (2 years) full-time (typical registration sequence: F/W/S/F/W)

Time Limit

3 years

Management, Rotman School: Management MBA Full-Time Courses

Required Courses to be Completed in Year 1

Weighting for 1000-level courses is determined by the second digit of the four-digit course number as follows:

Second-Digit Course Weight

​1
​o​ne credit hour​
​2
two credit hours​
​3
three credit hours​

 

RSM 1165H Leveraging Diverse Teams (Credit/No Credit)
RSM 1201H Fundamentals of Strategic Management​
​RSM 1210H
Managerial Economics​
RSM 1211H Economic Environment of Business​
RSM 1215H Decision Making​ with Models and Data
RSM 1220H Financial Accounting and Reporting: A Global Perspective
​RSM 1222H
Managerial Accounting​
RSM 1231H Finance I: Global Markets and Valuation
​RSM 1232H
Finance II: Corporate Finance​
RSM 1240H Operations Management
RSM 1250H Managing Customer Value
RSM 1260H Leading People in Organizations
RSM 1282H Statistics for Management

In addition to the above Year 1 courses, three 2000-level elective courses must also be taken in Year 1.

Required Courses to be Completed After Year 1

RSM 1160H Business Ethics
RSM 1213H Model-Based Decision Making in Practice
​RSM 1380H
or
RSM 1381H
​Applied Management: Placement
or
Applied Management: Independent Study
Nine 2000-level elective courses  

Elective Courses for the Full-Time and Morning/Evening MBA Programs

Not all courses are offered every year. Consult the department each session about course offerings.

​R​SM 20​00H
​Multi-disciplinary Special Topics​
​RSM 2002Y
Research Project​
​RSM 2003H
Research Project​
RSM 2008H Creative Destruction Lab Intro
​RSM 2011H
International Strategy​​
​RSM 2012H
Entrepreneurship​
RSM 2013Y Creative Destruction Lab Advanced (prerequisite: RSM 2008H)
RSM 2014H Sustainability Strategy
​RSM 2015H
Non-Market Strategy​
RSM 2016H Data-Based Strategic Modelling
​​RSM 2017H
Pharmaceutical Strategy​
​RSM 2018H
Emerging Markets​ Strategy
​RSM 2019H
​Corporation 360
​RSM 2020H
​Health Sector Strategy and Organizations
​RSM 2021H
​Corporate Strategy
​RSM 2022H
​Creative Industry Strategy
​RSM 2023H
​Strategic Change and Implementation
​RSM 2027H
​Not-for-Profit Consulting
​RSM 2030H
​Canadian Business History
​RSM 2050H
​Technology/Management Interface
​RSM 2052H
​Management Consulting
​RSM 2053H
​Organizational Strategy
​RSM 2054H
​Technology Strategy
​RSM 2055H
​Cooperative Strategy
​RSM 2056H
​Competitive Strategic Analysis
​RSM 2057H
​Entrepreneurial Finance
​RSM 2058H
​Communicating Strategy
​RSM 2059H
​Health Systems Consulting
​RSM 2060H
​Digital Strategy
​RSM 2061H
​Strategic Networks​
​RSM 2062H
​Management Consulting Practicum
​RSM 2063H
Catastrophic Failure in Organizations
​​​RSM 2081H
​Social Entrepreneurship
RSM 2083H Special Topics in Strategic Management
RSM 2087H Multi-Disciplinary Special Topics
​RSM 2109H
​Rotman Study Tour
​RSM 2115H
​Creative Regional Strategies
​RSM 2116H
​Special Topics in Business Economics
​RSM 2117H
​Special Topics in Business Economics
​RSM 2118H
Special Topics in Business Economics
​RSM 2119H
​Special Topics in Business Economics
​RSM 2120H
​Health Policy and Health Care Markets
​RSM 2122H
​Clean Energy: Policy Context and Business Opportunities
​RSM 2123H
​International Business in the World Economy
​RSM 2125H
​Game Theory and Applications for Management
​RSM 2126H
​Real Estate Development
​RSM 2127H
​Economic Environment of International Business
​RSM 2128H
​Real Estate Economics
​RSM 2129H
​Forecasting Models and Econometric Methods
​RSM 2130H
​Real Estate Investment
​RSM 2131H
​Economics of Innovation and Intellectual Property
​RSM 2132H
​Prosperity and Competitiveness
​RSM 2140H
​Special Topics in Business Economics
​RSM 2141H
​Special Topics in Business Economics
​RSM 2142H
​Special Topics in Business Economics
​RSM 2202H
​Planning and Control Systems
​RSM 2203H
​Current Issues in Financial Reporting and Disclosure
​RSM 2204H
​Taxation and Decision-Making
​RSM 2209H
​Financial Statement Analysis
​RSM 2210H
​Financial Distress and Insolvency
​RSM 2211H
​Business Law
​RSM 2212H
​Business Analysis and Valuation
​RSM 2215H
​Special Topics in Accounting
​RSM 2216H
​Special Topics in Accounting
​RSM 2300H
​Corporate Financing
​RSM 2301H
​Financial Management
​RSM 2302H
​Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
RSM 2303H Risk Modelling and Financial Trading Strategies
RSM 2304H Financial Institutions and Capital Markets
​RSM 2305H
​International Financial Management
​RSM 2306H
​Options and Futures Markets
RSM 2307H Advanced Derivatives
​RSM 2308H
​Financial Risk Management
​RSM 2309H
​Mergers and Acquisitions
​RSM 2310H
​Analysis and Management of Fixed Income Securities
​RSM 2311H
​Applied Portfolio Management
​RSM 2312H
​Value Investing​
​RSM 2314H
​Private Equity and Entrepreneurial Finance
​RSM 2315H
​Management of Private Wealth
​RSM 2316H
​Introduction to Hedge Funds and Broker Dealers
RSM 2317H How Banks Work: Management in a New Technological Age
RSM 2318H Special Topics in Finance
​RSM 2319H
​The Revolution in Finance: Markets, Institutions, and Organizations
​RSM 2320H
​The Canadian and American Financial Systems—​Comparisons and Contrasts
​RSM 2321H
​Special Topics in Finance
RSM 2326H How Banks Work: Management in a New Technological Age
RSM 2327H Islamic Finance in Canada
​RSM 2405H
​Supply Chain Management
​RSM 2406H
​Operations Management Strategy
​RSM 2407H
​Services Operations Management
​RSM 2408H
​The Art of Modeling Spreadsheets
RSM 2409H Management Analytics
RSM 2410H Analytics and Operations Consulting
​RSM 2415H
​Special Topics in Management Science
RSM 2416H Special Topics in Operations Management
RSM 2417H Special Topics in Operations Management
​RSM 2500H
​Marketing Strategy
​RSM 2501H
​Global Marketing
​RSM 2504H
​Consumer Behaviour
​RSM 2505H
​Strategic Marketing Communications
​RSM 2506H
​Marketing Research
​RSM 2507H
​Marketing Analysis and Decision Making
​RSM 2508H
​Sales Management
​RSM 2510H
​Distribution Channel Strategy
​RSM 2511H
​Fintech Marketing: Innovation in the Marketing of Financial Services​
​RSM 2512H
​Branding
​RSM 2513H
​Pricing
​RSM 2514H
​Healthcare Marketing
​RSM 2515H
​Special Topics in Marketing
​RSM 2516H
​Special Topics in Marketing
​RSM 2517H
​Design, Foresight, and Innovation
​RSM 2518H
​Special Topics in Marketing
​RSM 2519H
​Managing Customer Value 2.0
​RSM 2520H
​Special Topics in Marketing
​RSM 2521H
​Marketing Using Information Technology
​RSM 2522H
Marketing and Behavioural Economics
​RSM 2524H
​Business Design Practicum
RSM 2530H Special Topics in Marketing
RSM 2531H Special Topics in Marketing
RSM 2532H Special Topics in Marketing
​RSM 2601H
​Organization Design
​RSM 2603H
​Advanced Negotiations and Conflict Management
RSM 2604H Managerial Negotiations
​RSM 2605H
​International Organizational Behaviour
​RSM 2606H
​Designing New Work Organizations
​RSM 2609H
​Aligning People and Strategy
​RSM 2610H
​Industrial Relations
​RSM 2612H
​Managing Talent for Global Operations
​RSM 2616H
​Special Topics in Organizational Behaviour
​RSM 2618H
​Special Topics in Organizational Behaviour
​RSM 2619H
​Power and Influence in Organizations
​RSM 2620H
​Leading Teams
​RSM 2621H
​Effective Leadership
RSM 2640H Leading Social Innovation
RSM 2700H Independent Study Project (Honours/Pass/Fail)
RSM 2701H Global Consulting Project (Honours/Pass/Fail)
RSM 2702H OnBoard (Honours/Pass/Fail)
RSM 2703H CityLab (Honours/Pass/Fail)
RSM 2705H C-Suite (Honours/Pass/Fail)
RSM 2709H Global Practicum (Honours/Pass/Fail)
​RSM 2800H
​Management Science
​RSM 2910H
​Learning How to Learn
​RSM 2913H
​Getting It Done®
​RSM 2916H
​Leadership from the Inside Out
​RSM 2917H
​Multidisciplinary Special Topics
​RSM 2918H
​Multidisciplinary Special Topics
​RSM 2920H
​Top Manager’s Perspective
​RSM 2922H
​The Opposable Mind
​RSM 2923H
​Business Problem Solving
​​JDM 3619H
​Digital Media Distribution (Credit/No Credit)

Management, Rotman School: Management MBA Extended Full-Time

Extended Full-Time MBA Program (Morning and Evening)

Program Description

The Rotman Morning or Evening MBA programs are designed for working professionals in the Greater Toronto Area. The 32-month, cohort-based format allows working professionals to continue working while studying for their MBA. Students may explore new directions, expand leadership skills, and build close ties with a lifelong network. There are two program options:

  • The Morning MBA lets working professionals complete their master's before work — from 7:00 to 8:59 am, two mornings a week.

  • The Evening MBA allows students to get a fresh perspective on real-world challenges from globally renowned faculty after work — from 6:30 to 8:30 pm, two evenings a week.

In the second half of the MBA program students have the choice to specialize in a career path with a range of electives, including those taught during regular working hours.

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Applicants are considered under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the Rotman School’s additional admission requirements stated below.

  • An appropriate bachelor's degree from a recognized university.

  • Applicants must obtain a satisfactory score on the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) or the Graduate Record Examination (GRE; General Test).

  • A minimum of two years of full-time work experience.

  • Two professional references.

  • Resumé.

  • Essays.

  • Interview.

  • If required, completion of the following English proficiency tests:

    • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) Internet-based format: overall score of 100 with a minimum of 22 on the writing and speaking sections.

    • International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Academic: score of 7.0 with minimum 6.5 required for each component.

  • The Extended Full-Time (Morning and Evening) MBA programs start annually in August. Applicants are encouraged to apply as per the deadline dates (beginning in the fall with a final deadline in June). Applicants who meet all of the criteria will be assessed by the admissions committee on the basis of grades, standardized test scores, references, essays, professional experience, and a personal interview.

Program Requirements

  • This program, designed for working professionals, covers the equivalent of two academic years delivered over a 32-month period.

  • Students complete requirements through either the Morning or Evening program options.

  • Coursework: students must complete required and elective courses as follows:

    • Required: 1000-level courses as set out in the required courses chart. Each course has a weighting of one, two, or three modules. Three-module courses are equivalent to three credit hours. No advanced standing will be granted for previous academic work completed or professional designations earned.

    • Elective: 4.0 full-course equivalents (FCEs) at the 2000 level (equivalent to eight 2000-level courses). With the permission of the Academic Director, Morning and Evening MBA Programs, students may take up to five 2000-level courses from another graduate unit or participate in an international exchange program approved by the Rotman School of Management or the University of Toronto. In all cases, courses selected are subject to the approval of the Academic Director, Morning and Evening MBA Programs.

Program Length

8 sessions (3 years) (typical registration sequence: F/W/S/F/W/S/F/W​)

​Time Limit

3 years

Management, Rotman School: Management MBA Extended Full-Time Courses

Required Courses

Weighting for 1000-level courses is determined by the second digit of the four-digit course number as follows:

Second-Digit Course Weight

​1​
one credit hour​
​2
two credit hours​
​3
​three credit hours​

 

​RSM 1160H
​Business Ethics​
​RSM 1210H
Managerial Economics​
​RSM 1222H
Managerial Accounting​
​RSM 1232H
Finance II: Corporate Finance​
​RSM 1291H
Business Problem Solving: A Model-Based Approach​
​RSM 1301H
Fundamentals of Strategic Management​
​RSM 1310H
​Economic Environment of Business
RSM 1320H Financial Accounting
​RSM 1331H
Finance I: Capital Markets and Valuation​
RSM 1340H Operations Management
RSM 1350H Managing Customer Value​
​RSM 1360H
Leading People in Organizations​
RSM 1361H Managerial Negotiations
RSM 1365H0 Leadership Development Practicum (Credit/No Credit)
​RSM 1382H
Statistics for Management​

0 Course that may continue over a program. The course is graded when completed.

Elective Courses

See the full-time MBA course section.

Management, Rotman School: Management Executive MBA

​Executive Master of Business Administration

Program Description

The Rotman One-Year Executive MBA provides senior working professionals who have management experience with the business knowledge and leadership skills they need to take their careers to the next level. The innovative 13-month curriculum, taught by world-class faculty, is focused on developing senior management strategy, decision-making, and leadership skills.

Classes take place every other Friday and Saturday, with four week-long residential modules spread throughout the program so that students maximize the learning experience while minimizing time away from work.

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Applicants are considered under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the Rotman School's additional admission requirements stated below.

  • Admission is restricted to applicants with current full-time employment and significant professional work and managerial experience:

    • 8+ years of full-time work experience.

    • 3+ years in a mid-to-senior management role.

  • Demonstrated teamwork and leadership skills.

  • People and/or project management experience.

  • A recognized undergraduate degree or equivalent.

  • Applicants must obtain either a satisfactory score for the Executive MBA Diagnostic Tool (EDT), the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or the Graduate Record Examination (GRE; General Test).

  • If required, completion of the following English proficiency tests:

    • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) Internet-based format: overall score of 100 with a minimum of 22 on the writing and speaking sections.

    • International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Academic: score of 7.0 with minimum 6.5 required for each component.

  • Applicants who meet all the minimum admission requirements will be assessed by the admissions committee on the basis of grades, standardized test scores, references, essays, professional experience, and a personal interview.

Program Requirements

  • Within this 13-month program:

    • Students must complete 23 courses, including the set of 14 required courses, with an accumulated credit weighting of 11.50.

    • *At the discretion of the Academic Director and the Vice-Dean, Professional Programs, up to four of these courses may be substituted with courses from the list of electives offered for the Full-Time MBA and Extended Full-Time MBA (Morning and Evening) Programs.

    • With the permission of the Academic Director, students in good standing may apply to participate and take up to one course in an international exchange program approved by the University of Toronto. Courses selected are subject to the approval of the Academic Director.

    • The Executive MBA is offered on Fridays and weekends every other week, plus four week-long residential modules and study periods.

Program Length

4 sessions (13 months) full-time (typical registration sequence: F/W/S/F)

Time Limit

3 years

Management, Rotman School: Management Executive MBA Courses

Required Courses

*At the discretion of the Academic Director and the Vice-Dean, Professional Programs, up to four of these courses may be substituted with courses from the list of electives offered for the Full-Time MBA and Extended Full-Time MBA (Morning and Evening) Programs.

​RSM 5001H
​Strategy 1​
​RSM 5002H
Strategy 2​*
​RSM 5006H
Corporate Governance​*
​RSM 5007H
​International Business*
​RSM 5009H
Topics in Strategic Management​*
​RSM 5011H0
Capstone Project
​RSM 5101H
​Economics 1
​RSM 5102H
​Economics 2
​RSM 5201H
​Accounting 1
​RSM 5202H
​Accounting 2*
​RSM 5291H
​Business Problem Solving: A Model-Based Approach*
​RSM 5301H
​Finance 1
​RSM 5302H
​Finance 2
​RSM 5401H
​Business Operations
​RSM 5501H
​Marketing 1
​RSM 5502H
​Marketing 2*
RSM 5600H Personal Leadership
​RSM 5601H
​Organizational Leadership*
​RSM 5602H
​Negotiations
​RSM 5603H The Business Environment: Ethics
​RSM 5604H0 Leadership Development Practicum (Credit/No Credit)
​RSM 5605H The Thoughtful Leader*
​RSM 5801H
​Quantitative Reasoning for Management

0 Course that may continue over a program. The course is graded when completed.

Management, Rotman School: Management Executive MBA Global Field

Field: ​​Global Executive Master of Business Administration

The Global Executive Master of Business Administration (GEMBA) field is now only offered as part of the Dual Degree Program: Global Executive Master of Business Administration (University of Toronto / Bocconi University); see below. Admissions to the field outside of the dual degree pathway are suspended. Interested applicants are directed to apply to the dual degree program.

Program Description

Over 18 months, the Rotman Global Executive MBA program travels to four continents, exposing students to some of the world’s most exciting markets. The program allows the flexibility to maintain a career in a home country while earning a global executive MBA. International senior managers participate in two-week residential modules in key business centres, with a strong focus on emergent economies. Module destinations include: North America, East Asia, South Asia, Europe, the Americas, the Middle East, and Africa. Students will build a network of international contacts, learn invaluable tools to advance their careers, and gain the ability to tackle the global business challenges of the future.

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Applicants are considered under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the Rotman School's additional admission requirements stated below.

  • Admission is restricted to applicants with significant professional work and managerial experience.

  • Applicants must obtain either a satisfactory score for the Executive MBA Diagnostic Tool (EDT), the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or the Graduate Record Examination (GRE; General Test). Test results are valid for five years. For further details, contact the program office.

  • Applicants who meet all the minimum admission requirements will be assessed by the admissions committee on the basis of grades, standardized test scores, references, essays, professional experience, and a personal interview.

Program Requirements

  • Within this 18-month program:

    • Students must complete 23 courses, including the set of 14 required courses, with an accumulated credit weighting of 11.50.

    • *At the discretion of the Academic Director and the Vice-Dean, Professional Programs, up to four of these courses may be substituted with courses from the list of electives offered for the Full-Time MBA and Extended Full-Time MBA (Morning and Evening MBA) Programs.

    • Students complete six two-week, international modules at various international locations which are subject to change. For further details, contact the program.

    • The curriculum is closely aligned with courses offered in the Executive MBA program. Between modules, participants continue their academic work by utilizing the electronic learning tools.

Program Length

5 sessions (18 months) full-time (typical registration sequence: F/W/S/F/W)

Time Limit

3 years

 

Dual Degree Program: Global Executive Master of Business Administration (University of Toronto / Bocconi University)

Program Description

The Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) field may only be taken as part of a dual degree involving the GEMBA program offered by the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management and Bocconi University’s SDA Bocconi.

Spanning 18 months and seven business centres across four continents, the program accepts applications from full-time professionals. The Rotman-SDA Bocconi GEMBA will change the way students think, network, and do business in some of the world’s largest markets: North America, East Asia, South Asia, Europe, and Latin America.

Upon successful completion of the degree requirements of both programs, students will receive an MBA from the Rotman School and a Global Executive MBA from SDA Bocconi.

Contact

www.rotman.utoronto.ca/Degrees/MastersPrograms/MBAPrograms/GEMBA
www.sdabocconi.it/en/mba-executive-mba/global-executive-mba

Rotman-SDA Bocconi Global Executive MBA Program
Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
Email: gemba@rotman.utoronto.ca

Rotman-SDA Bocconi Global Executive MBA Program
SDA Bocconi School of Management, Bocconi University
Email: info@sdabocconi.it

Application Process

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the Rotman School's additional admission requirements stated below.

  • Five years of work experience with a minimum of two years at the management level (2+ years in a mid-to-senior management role and/or project management experience).

  • Recognized undergraduate degree or equivalent.

  • Applicants must obtain a satisfactory score for one of the following tests: the Executive MBA Diagnostic Tool (EDT), the SDA Bocconi diagnostic test, the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), or the Graduate Record Examination (GRE; General Test). Test results are valid for five years. For further details, contact the admissions office.

  • If required, completion of the following English proficiency tests:

    • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) Internet-based format: overall score of 100 with a minimum of 22 on the writing and speaking sections.

    • International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Academic: score of 7.0 with minimum 6.5 required for each component.

  • Current full-time employment.

  • Ability to work in international teams and demonstrated leadership skills.

Program Requirements

  • Within this 18-month dual degree program:

    • Students must complete 26 courses worth 12.25 full-course equivalents (FCEs) consisting of 24 required courses and 2 electives. The 2 electives may be taken through the Rotman School or Bocconi School. The available Rotman electives will be communicated to students upon program start.

    • Students complete 10 modules of between 5.5 and 8.5 days each, held in various cities.

Program Length

5 sessions (18 months) full-time (typical registration sequence: F/W/S/F/W)

Time Limit

3 years

Management, Rotman School: Management Executive MBA Global Field Courses

Required Courses for the Global Executive MBA

*At the discretion of the Academic Director and the Vice-Dean, Professional Programs, up to four of these courses may be substituted with courses from the list of electives offered for the Full-Time MBA and Extended Full-Time MBA (Morning and Evening MBA) Programs.

​RSM 5001H
​Strategy 1​
​RSM 5002H
Strategy 2​*
​RSM 5006H
​Corporate Governance
​RSM 5007H
International Business​*
​RSM 5009H
​Topics in Strategic Management*
​RSM 5010H
Industry Analysis Project​*
​RSM 5015H0
Capstone Project
​RSM 5101H
​Economics 1
​RSM 5102H
​Economics 2
​RSM 5201H
​Accounting 1
​RSM 5202H
​Accounting 2*
​RSM 5301H
​Finance 1
​RSM 5302H
​Finance 2
​RSM 5401H
​Business Operations
​RSM 5501H
​Marketing 1
​RSM 5502H
​Marketing 2*
​RSM 5601H
​Organizational Leadership*
​RSM 5602H
​Negotiations
RSM 5603H
The Business Environment: Ethics
RSM 5604H0
Leadership Development Practicum (Credit/No Credit)
RSM 5606H
Emancipatory Leadership*
​RSM 5801H
​Quantitative Reasoning for Management
​RSM 5901H
​Managing Innovation*

0 Course that may continue over a program. The course is graded when completed.

Required Courses for the Dual Degree Program Global Executive MBA

Required Courses

RSM 1360H
Leading People in Organizations
RSM 2012H
Entrepreneurship
RSM 2014H
Sustainability Strategy
RSM 2023H
​Strategic Change and Implementation
RSM 2524H
​Business Design Practicum
RSM 5001H
Strategy 1
RSM 5002H
Strategy 2
RSM 5007H
International Business
RSM 5008H (0.25 FCE)
Corporate Governance
RSM 5101H
Economics 1
RSM 5201H
Accounting 1
RSM 5202H
Accounting 2
RSM 5301H
Finance 1
RSM 5302H
Finance 2
RSM 5304H
Creating Value Through Acquisitions and Private Equity
RSM 5401H
Business Operations
RSM 5501H
Marketing 1
RSM 5602H
Negotiations
RSM 5603H
The Business Environment: Ethics
RSM 5604H0
Leadership Development Practicum (Credit/No Credit)
RSM 5607H (0.25 FCE)
Leveraging Diverse Teams (Honours/Pass/Fail)
RSM 5608H (0.25 FCE)
Business Analytics
RSM 5801H
Quantitative Reasoning for Management
RSM 5901H
Managing Innovation

Management, Rotman School: Management Executive MBA Global Healthcare and the Life Sciences Field

​​Field: Global Executive Master of Business Administration for Healthcare and the Life Sciences

Program Description

The Global Executive MBA for Healthcare and the Life Sciences (GEMBA-HLS) is an intensive 18-month program designed for working professionals in the healthcare and life sciences industries. The program immerses students in key healthcare and life sciences clusters around the world. By learning from leading faculty and experienced sector leaders, students gain the knowledge and skills needed for success. While exploring current and future best practices globally, students are guided through an in-depth assessment of their own capabilities with a view to becoming more impactful leaders.

The program leverages the strengths of the Rotman School, as well as relationships with the University of Toronto and the global healthcare and life sciences communities. Located on the edge of Toronto's medical discovery district, Rotman is uniquely positioned to play a leading role in the management innovations taking place in pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, medical technology, medical informatics, telemedicine, insurance, patient engagement, long-term care, and health system design.

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Applicants are considered under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the Rotman School's additional admission requirements stated below.

  • Admission is restricted to applicants with significant professional work and managerial experience in healthcare or the life sciences:

    • 8+ years of full-time work experience.

    • 3+ years in a mid-to-senior leadership, management, or administrative role (or equivalent).

    • Demonstrated teamwork and leadership skills.

  • A base of knowledge of healthcare or life sciences organizations.

  • Evidence of academic achievement.

  • Applicants must obtain either a satisfactory score for the Executive MBA Diagnostic Tool (EDT), the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or the Graduate Record Examination (GRE; General Test). Test results are valid for five years. See further details or contact the admissions office.

  • If required, completion of the following English proficiency tests:

    • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) Internet-based format: overall score of 100 with a minimum of 22 on the writing and speaking sections.

    • International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Academic: score of 7.0 with minimum 6.5 required for each component.

  • Applicants who meet all the minimum admission requirements will be assessed by the admissions committee on the basis of grades, standardized test scores, references, essays, professional experience, and a personal interview.

  • Please note that special program fees apply for this program.

Program Requirements

  • Within this 18-month program:

    • Students must complete 23 courses with an accumulated credit weighting of 11.50.

    • One or more of the course(s) may be substituted with course(s) offered in the regular MBA program at the discretion of the Academic Directors.

    • The Global Executive MBA for Healthcare and the Life Sciences follows a blended model of delivery; i.e., a mix of face-to-face and online. It is offered during six residential modules and study periods. Supplemental curriculum hours are delivered online.

Program Length

5 sessions (18 months) full-time (typical registration sequence: F/W/S/F/W)

Time Limit

3 years

Management, Rotman School: Management Executive MBA Global Healthcare and the Life Sciences Field Courses

Required Courses

*At the discretion of the Academic Director and the Vice-Dean, Professional Programs, up to four of these courses may be substituted with courses from the list of electives offered for the Full-Time MBA and Extended Full-Time MBA (Morning and Evening MBA) Programs.

RSM 1215H Decision-Making with Models and Data
​RSM 2020H
Health Sector Strategy and Organizations​
​RSM 2083H
​Special Topics in Strategic Management
​RSM 2522H
​Marketing and Behavioural Economics
​RSM 2524H
Business Design Practicum
​RSM 5001H
Strategy 1
​RSM 5007H
​International Business
RSM 5013H Digital Health
RSM 5014H Data Analytics and Strategic Decision-Making in Health and Life Sciences
RSM 5015H0 Capstone Project
RSM 5023H0 Strategic Change and Implementation
​RSM 5101H
​Economics 1
RSM 5109H0 Rotman Study Tour
​RSM 5201H
​Accounting 1
​RSM 5301H
​Finance 1
RSM 5303H Corporate Finance and Corporate Governance for Healthcare and the Life Sciences
​RSM 5401H
​Business Operations
​RSM 5501H
​Marketing 1
RSM 5600H Personal Leadership
RSM 5602H Negotiations
RSM 5603H The Business Environment: Ethics
RSM 5604H0 Leadership Development Practicum (Credit/No Credit)
​RSM 5801H
​Quantitative Reasoning for Management

0 Course that may continue over a program. The course is graded when completed.

Management, Rotman School: Finance MF

Master of Finance​

Program Description

The Master of Finance (MF) program provides the most in-depth theoretical and applied finance training currently available. Aimed at experienced working professionals, the program is delivered on Wednesday evenings and alternating Saturdays over 20 months. This enables students to advance their career without leaving work, and be able to apply the knowledge learned in the classroom immediately in the workplace. Students come from a variety of backgrounds such as financial risk, portfolio management, corporate finance, equity research, accounting, sales and trading, insurance, pensions, and legal settings.

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the Rotman School's additional admission requirements stated below.

  • An appropriate bachelor's degree from a recognized university.

  • A satisfactory score on the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) or GRE (Graduate Record Examination; General Test). Exemptions from the GMAT/GRE requirement are granted to applicants who have:

    • Passed the Common Final Exam (CFE) for a Certified Professional Accountant (CPA) designation.

    • Passed at least the Level II examination of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.

    • Graduated from the University of Toronto with high distinction (cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher).

    • Attained the professional designation in Engineering (PEng) or in Actuarial Sciences (ACIA or FCIA).

  • At least two years of full-time work experience in finance or a finance-related field is strongly recommended. Applicants who do not have the recommended work experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis, particularly if accompanied by demonstrated exceptional academic and professional potential.

  • Applicants who meet all the criteria will be assessed on the basis of their application essay, grades, standardized graduate test scores, references, and professional experience by the admissions committee. Prospective students will then be invited for an admission interview. The admission decision will be based on both submitted materials and interview pe​rformance.

Program Requirements

  • Within this 20-month program (two academic years):

    • Students must complete a structured sequence of 5.75 full-course equivalents (FCEs) (11.5 half-course equivalents) taken over five sessions (including Summer). No advanced standing will be granted for previous academic work completed or professional designations earned.

    • Students may be required to do some pre-program studies during the Summer prior to the start of the program, depending on background preparation.

RSM 4113H (0.25 FCE) Macroeconomics for Finance Professionals
​​​RSM 4216H
Financial Reporting and Financial Statement Analysis​
​RSM 4220H
Advanced Accounting Topics for Finance​
RSM 4310H​
Foundations of Finance​
​RSM 4314H
​Risk Management and Financial Institutions
RSM 4315H​
Investment Banking​ and Corporate Valuation
​RSM 4317H
Analysis of Fixed Income Markets​
​RSM 4318H
​Applied Portfolio Management
​RSM 4319H
Forecasting Risks and Opportunities for Financial Securities​
​RSM 4322H
​Applications of Derivatives Products
​RSM 4323H
Investments​
RSM 4324H Innovations in Financial Technology

Consult the departmental website for course descriptions. 

Program Length

5 sessions (2 years) full-time (typical registration sequence: F/W/S/F/W)

Time Limit

3 years

Management, Rotman School: Financial Risk Management MFRM

​Master of Financial Risk Management

Program Description

The Master of Financial Risk Management (MFRM) is designed to prepare students who excel at finance and quantitative analysis for careers in this in-demand sector. A bridge between academic and professional life, this full-time, eight-month program allows students to fast-track into the finance industry—giving them a competitive edge over applicants with only an undergraduate degree.

Students will gain a better understanding of the different types of risk, the regulatory environment, and how different financial institutions manage uncertainty. They consider the ways risk is measured and managed, looking at systems and models currently used within the financial sector.

Students have the opportunity to gain real-world experience during the Risk Management Project which takes place midway through the program. They will work on a real risk issue that is relevant and of interest to financial institutions. During the two-month project, students will be taken out of the classroom and into industry, working in-house with practising risk management professionals.

​Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the Rotman School's additional admission requirements stated below.​

  • A recognized four-year undergraduate degree or equivalent: A business, commerce, economics, mathematics, engineering, or actuarial science degree is preferred. However, other four-year undergraduate degrees will be considered if there is evidence of strong quantitative skills with a minimum B average in calculus, linear algebra, and statistics or econometrics.

  • Quantitative proficiency, usually demonstrated through the completion of university-level courses with a minimum B average, in calculus, linear algebra, and statistics and/or econometrics during the undergraduate degree.

  • Two academic references.

  • Essays (one written essay, two video questions, and one real-time written response).

  • English-language proficiency (if required).

  • Prerequisite knowledge in the following areas, usually demonstrated through the completion of university-level courses:

    • Foundations of finance.

    • Financial accounting.

    • Investments.

    • Futures and options.

    • Applicants who have not completed courses in one or more of these subject areas may be offered admission conditional on successful completion of one or more qualifying examinations demonstrating equivalent knowledge.

  • Applicants who meet all the criteria will be assessed on the basis of their application essays, answers to video questions, grades, and references by the admissions committee. Selected applicants will then be invited for an admission interview. The admission decision will be based on both submitted materials and interview performance.

​Program Requirements

Within this eight-month, full-time program (two sessions), students must complete 11 half courses (5.5 full-course equivalents [FCEs]) as follows:

RSM 6301H​
Topics in Financial Risk
​RSM 6302H
​​Financial Markets, Risk, and Institutions​
​RSM 6303H
Regulation of Financial Institutions​
​RSM 6304H
Operational Risk​
RSM 6305H
​​Credit Risk​
​RSM 6306H​
​Probabilistic Modelling for Risk-Informed Decisions
​RSM 6307H
​Macroeconomics for Financial Risk Management Professionals​
​RS​M 6308H
​Advanced Investments
​RS​M 6310H
​Derivative Models for Risk Management
RSM 6311H​
Rotman Risk Managemen​t Project​
RSM 6313H Innovations in Financial Technology

Consult the departmental website for course descriptions. ​​

Program Length

2 sessions full-time (typical registration sequence: F/W)

Time Limit

3 years full-time

Management, Rotman School: Management Analytics MMA

​Master of Management Analytics

Program Description

The professional Master of Management Analytics (MMA) degree program offers a curriculum that combines analytical depth and a focus on business issues and applications. Analytic depth is provided by courses on business models and data generation, acquiring and structuring data, predictive and prescriptive analytics, big data methods, decision analysis, and spreadsheet modelling. Courses applying analytics to business feature the use of analytics in marketing, operations, supply chain management, accounting, and finance.

The MMA degree program is offered over two sessions using a cohort-based model. Students must complete a structured sequence of 13 half-course equivalents (6.5 full-course equivalents [FCEs]) on a full‐time basis. The MMA is designed for pre-experience graduates.

​Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the Rotman School's additional admission requirements stated below.​

  • Appropriate four-year undergraduate degree or equivalent: Given the nature of the MMA program, degrees in Computer Science, Statistics, Mathematics, Engineering, Physical Science, Economics, and Commerce will be preferred, but degrees from any program where there is a significant quantitative and computational component will be considered.

  • Quantitative proficiency: Evidence of a high level of proficiency (a minimum B average) in quantitative subjects such as calculus, linear algebra, and statistics or econometrics is required. In cases where evidence of quantitative proficiency is not obvious, applicants must provide supplemental evidence.

  • Computational proficiency: Demonstrated proficiency in computer programming. This may be demonstrated through a minimum B average in one or more courses in computer science or in courses relying extensively on computer programming. In cases where evidence of computational proficiency is not obvious, applicants must provide supplemental evidence.

  • English-language proficiency: Applicants must demonstrate the ability to communicate in English in one of the following ways:

    • An undergraduate or graduate degree from a university at which the language of instruction and examination was English.

    • Applicants whose primary language is not English and who graduated from a university where the language of instruction is not English must achieve a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of at least 100. The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) may be considered in special circumstances with a a minimum score of 7.0 required.

  • Two academic references.

  • Essays (one written essay, two video questions and one real-time written response).

  • All successful applicants are expected to demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills.

  • Applicants who meet all the criteria will be assessed on the basis of their application essays, answers to the video questions, grades, and references by the admissions committee. Selected applicants will then be invited for an admission interview. The admission decision will be based on both submitted materials and interview performance.

​Program Requirements

  • Students must be on campus by early to mid-August.

  • Within this two-session program, students must complete 6.5 full-course equivalents (FCEs) (13 half-course equivalents) as follows:

RSM 8224H Analytic Insights Using Accounting and Financial Data
RSM 8411H Structuring and Visualizing Data for Analytics
RSM 8413H
Big Data Analytics
RSM 8414H Tools for Probabilistic Models and Prescriptive Analytics
RSM 8423H Optimizing Supply Chain Management and Logistics
RSM 8431Y Analytics Colloquia
RSM 8432H0 Management Analytics Practicum
​​​RSM 8502H
Data-Based Management Decisions
​RSM 8512H
Modeling Tools for Predictive Analytics
RSM 8521H Improving Customer Value with Analytics
​RSM 8522H
​Analytics for Marketing Strategy
RSM 8901H Analytics in Management

Consult the departmental website for course descriptions. 

​Program Length

2 sessions full-time (typical registration sequence: F/W)

Time Limit

3 years full-time

0 Course that may continue over a program. The course is graded when completed.

Management, Rotman School: Professional Accounting GDipPA

Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting

Program Description

The Rotman Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting (GDipPA) is an excellent way to gain advanced standing in the pursuit of a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) certification. This 12-week summer program deepens knowledge of accounting while satisfying four modules of the CPA Professional Education Program (CPA PEP). The program helps prepare students for the Common Final Examination (CFE) and allows them to advance straight to the Capstone 1 module in the CPA PEP.

The program takes advantage of the depth of accounting expertise at the Rotman School as well as its long-standing commitment to professional accounting education.

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • ​Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy additional admission requirements stated below.

  • Admission to the program is available to students in Year 4 or to recent graduates of the following University of Toronto undergraduate programs:

    • Rotman's Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting Specialist, Public Accounting Stream).

    • University of Toronto Mississauga's Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting Specialist).

    • University of Toronto Scarborough's Bachelor of Business Administration (Specialist in Management and Accounting).

  • University of Toronto students who are not currently completing one of the accounting specialist programs are required to take specific courses to be considered as applicants to the GDipPA program.

  • Applicants from outside the University of Toronto: The accreditation that the University of Toronto has received from CPA Ontario specifies that only candidates with University of Toronto degrees, or equivalent, may be given advanced standing in the CPA Professional Education Program (PEP). In determining whether a degree from another Canadian university is equivalent, the admissions committee will review each submitted application individually. Prior to applying, applicants are encouraged to ensure that the courses they have taken meet the requirements for entry into CPA PEP.

  • ​​Course requirements:

    • Successful completion of all the courses required for entry into the CPA Professional Education Program (CPA PEP) as determined with CPA Ontario:

      • ​​​​Required core courses:​ a minimum overall average of 70%.

      • Each individual core course: a minimum grade of 60%.

      • Each individual non-core course: a passing grade or 50%, whichever is higher​.

  • Applicants who meet all the criteria will be assessed on the basis of their application package and grades by the admissions committee. Selected applicants may be invited for an admission interview.

​Program Requirements

Students must complete 2.5 full-course equivalents (FCEs) (five half courses) as follows:

RSM 7201H​
A​​dvanced Financial Reporting​
​RSM 7202H​
Advanced Taxation​
​RSM 7203H
Advanced Topics in Assurance and Control
​RSM 7301H
​Finance and Professional Practice
​RSM 7204H
​​​Integration and Analysis

Program Length

1 session full-time (typical registration sequence: S)

Time Limit

2 years