A business degree from York opens many doors. Whether you study at the Schulich School of Business, rated for years among the top business schools globally by the Economist, Forbes and CNN Expansión, or with our School of Administrative Studies in the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies, the skills and in-depth knowledge you’ll acquire could lead to careers as a financial analyst, accountant, brand manager, human resources professional, investment banker or business consultant, among many other possibilities.
In this program you will acquire a critical, in-depth understanding of the relationship between business, social structures and government, and evaluate the ways in which business and society influence one another.
Align yourself with one of the world’s leading business schools. The Schulich School of Business in Toronto, ranked among the best of the best, offers two of Canada’s most prestigious degrees: the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and the International Bachelor of Business Administration (iBBA). When you graduate from Schulich — Canada’s Global Business School™ — you will have the sharp skills and knowledge necessary for success in today’s global marketplace.
Broaden your career horizons with Commerce, one of the largest business programs in Canada. The BCom Specialized Honours program gives you the rare opportunity to specialize at the undergraduate level, focusing on one of the following areas: Accounting, Finance, Human Resource Management, Information Technology, Management, Management Science or Marketing. If you choose another program but are interested in business, consider the innovative minor programs in Business and Marketing.
The School of Human Resource Management is Canada’s leader in HRM education. Through our interdisciplinary approach to teaching and learning, you’ll gain the research, analytical and management skills to become a successful HR professional, able to deal effectively with challenging workplace issues.
The York/Humber International Development Management Studies program prepares you to work in Canada, the US or internationally as project or program officers and managers within governmental, non-governmental and private sector organizations involved in international development initiatives.
Gain key administrative, management and leadership skills while learning how government works in theory and practice. Develop the knowledge and skills you need to analyze, formulate and evaluate policy at all levels of governance. Examine current and emerging debates on public institutions, law, human rights and diversity, as well as socio-economic issues. This program delivers professional knowledge and practical skills, and experiential education opportunities such as a limited number of practicum and internship positions.