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Rotman School of Management

105 St. George Street Toronto View map


Commerce has been taught at the University of Toronto since 1901, when the Faculty of Arts began to offer a diploma program in Commerce. In 1909, the University inaugurated a Bachelor of Arts program in Commerce and Finance, which, in 1920, became the Bachelor of Commerce. Despite their focus on commerce, these programs all maintained a strong emphasis on the liberal arts, which the current BCom program continues to retain. With the advent of graduate studies in commerce came a new school of management, which officially became a faculty of the University in 1972 (the Faculty of Management Studies). In 1997, the Faculty was renamed the Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, in recognition of its principal benefactor. Our Mission: Rotman Commerce seeks to inspire and empower our students and alumni to become innovative leaders and engaged citizens who contribute to the success of organizations and the betterment of communities in Canada and around the world. Our Vision: Rotman Commerce will be recognized as a leading undergraduate business program in Canada, attracting a diverse group of talented and engaged students who share a commitment to excellence, a demonstrated capacity for leadership, and a passion for the world of business.

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