Skip to main content
Are you okay? Emergency/Crisis

Faculty of Business and Information Technology programs list


Photo for Faculty of Business and Information Technology programs list

Accounting (Graduate Diploma)

The Graduate Diploma in Accounting is a professional program accredited by the Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA) of Ontario.


Photo for Faculty of Business and Information Technology programs list

Commerce

The Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) (BCom) program will enhance your understanding of key business functions and current systems technologies, preparing you to succeed in a specialized field such as accounting, finance, marketing, or organizational and human resources management.


Student and professor using whiteboard in classroom

Commerce - Advanced Entry

Admission requirements: An Ontario college advanced diploma in Business Administration with a minimum mid-B average.


Professor helping student on a laptop

Commerce - Bridge (in-person)

Admission requirements: Any Ontario college diploma or Ontario college advanced diploma (or equivalent) with a minimum mid-B average.


Student using a laptop

Commerce - Bridge (online)

The Commerce Bridge program provides students with an Ontario college or Ontario college advanced diploma (or equivalent) the opportunity to work toward a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) degree at the university. In this option, the bridge semester is available online; subsequent courses are offered in an in-person format.


Photo for Faculty of Business and Information Technology programs list

Information Technology - Game Development and Entrepreneurship

Game Development and Entrepreneurship is designed to provide you with a wide range of game design and programming expertise. Successful students develop their knowledge and skills in a diverse team environment and learn to work with programmers, artists and designers to create innovative products that push the medium to its limits.


Photo for Faculty of Business and Information Technology programs list

Information Technology - Game Development and Entrepreneurship - Bridge

Admission requirements: An Ontario college diploma or Ontario college advanced diploma (or equivalent) in Animation, Game Art and Design, Game Development, Software Engineering Technology – Interactive Gaming or a related program with a minimum mid-B average. 


Photo for Faculty of Business and Information Technology programs list

Information Technology - Networking and Information Technology Security

Planning, designing, installing, operating, managing and securing IT infrastructure are essential skills for an IT‑related career. Learn these skills and more using leading-edge equipment and laboratories to apply core concepts to technical topics.


Photo for Faculty of Business and Information Technology programs list

Information Technology Security (Master's program)

The master's program in Information Technology Security is one of the first of its kind in Canada and one of few specialized IT security graduate degree programs available in the world.


IT Security equipment

Information Technology Security - Bridge

Admission requirements: An Ontario college diploma or Ontario college advanced diploma (or equivalent) in Computer Systems Technician or related program with a minimum mid-B average.


Networking and Information Technology Security equipment

Networking and Information Technology Security - Advanced Entry

Admission requirements: An Ontario college advanced diploma in Computer Systems Technology with a minimum mid-B average. Program must contain a sufficient amount of Cisco-certified content.


Photo for Faculty of Business and Information Technology programs list

Technology Management

The Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours) in Technology Mangement will develop student skills in data analytics, information systems, change management, and data security. Students completing this program will qualify for the Certified Business Technology Manager (CBTM) designation from Canadian Coalition for Tomorrow's ICT (Information Communication Technology) Skills (CCICT), once they obtain sufficient work experience.

Find your program

University of Ontario Institute of Technology logo