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Diploma in
Business Management Co-op

This two-year Diploma in Business Management Co-op program is for students who want a successful career in business management. Graduates can seek roles in a variety of different fields, including marketing, finance, human resources and management. This program is powered by Trailhead from Salesforce and QuickBooks.

This program qualifies for Second Career funding.

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Fees & Facts

Fees:
$20,000 CAD

 

2021 Fees - Fees after scholarship*

$12,500 CAD international students 
$7,080 CAD domestic students 

2022 Fees - Fees after scholarship*
International Students

$12,500 (Daytime session)
$8,500 (Evening session)

Domestic Students

$7,080 (Daytime / Evening session)

*Additional fees apply. All fees are in Canadian dollars. Please see Fees page to learn more.
Duration:

Full-time
Academic:
48 weeks in-class and 24 weeks Co-op

Total length: 109 weeks including scheduled breaks 

Start Dates: 

November 1, 2021
 

January 10, 2022
March 7, 2022
May 2, 2022
July 4, 2022
September 6, 2022
November 7, 2022

Class Time:

Daytime

Evening
This two-year Co-op diploma is ideal for leaders of tomorrow who want to gain interdisciplinary skills to pursue an international business management career and go global. Develop the leadership and problem-solving skills top employers are universally looking for in an effective manager.

Gain a strong grasp of all of the key business disciplines while immersing yourself in the world of cross-cultural management.

Program Outcomes

  • Develop the necessary skills and knowledge to become an effective manager
  • Enhance your personal and professional skills to achieve your goals
  • Use cognitive and problem-solving skills to operate effectively individually and as part of a team, including the consideration of business ethics
  • Learn the "Manage the Salesforce Way" to discover strategies and tools to be a great manager
  • Prepare for work in a range of cultures and countries
  • Understand how to create effective communication strategies
  • Strengthen your resume with Canadian work experience
  • Co-op placement* or Capstone

Learning Partners

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Trailhead from Salesforce is the fun way to learn. With engaging, bite-size content, Trailhead helps you gain new skills and hone existing ones. Trailhead is gamified, with assessments that demonstrate your skills, and badges and points that illustrate your progress. Trailhead is a learning experience platform—a library of educational content that you can access whenever you like. Trailhead is designed around what users need to learn, rather than around what a training department needs to teach. You can choose from various topics to learn new skills at your own pace. Salesforce continually adds content to Trailhead, so there is always something new to learn.

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This program is powered by QuickBooks. You will learn how to use QuickBooks software for bookkeeping purposes. QuickBooks products are geared towards businesses of all sizes and offer on-premises account applications as well as cloud-based versions.


Co-op Experience

The co-op term provides you with an opportunity to integrate academic studies with related employment experience. We have a co-op placement policy* in the field of studies.

The co-op work experience could include positions in the following areas:
  • Business Development Coordinator
  • Business Intern
  • Client Success Specialist
  • Digital Marketing Specialist
  • HR Intern
  • IT Project Analyst
  • Legal Assistant
  • Marketing Executive
  • Store Manager
  • Training Manager
  • Social Media Coordinator/Content Creator
* Students will be offered paid or unpaid entry-level positions related to their field of studies. The Career Services Department will provide full support to students on booking and preparing for interviews. It is the student’s responsibility to perform well during all interviews as well as during the full length of the co-op term. Placements are subject to availability and will vary based on the program, season and job market changes as well as the student’s English level and previous professional and academic experience. Should the co-op placement not be available the student will be required to complete a Capstone Project as an alternative to graduate from the program.

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Watch these videos to gain a deeper perspective to study at TSoM. 

Success Stories

Lucas De Souza Campos
As an international student, the life experiences Lucas learned from the time he first set foot in Toronto, until he finished his studies, made him fall in love with the city more. He is now planning to stay here and help the Canadian market grow. He aspires to contribute significantly to the growth of Canada by applying all the knowledge and skills he obtained from studying at TSoM.

Anusha Dubey
​​​​​​​Anusha from Thailand had an exciting student journey with Toronto School of Management (TSoM). She was able to experience both in-person class learning and online classes in the duration of her program, Diploma in Business Administration Co-op. Even though she preferred the in-personal classes, she saw that online classes had many advantages as well, including convenience for both students and professors.

Simone Saar
She started as an intern working for TSoM and completed her co-op placement here as well. This gave her the opportunity to land a full-time job for her alma mater. For Simone, being able to help her schoolmates with their concerns feels very fulfilling.

Vanessa Marques
Our TSoM alumna, studied and successfully acquired the Diploma in Business Administration Co-op. During her student days in Toronto, Vanessa remotely did her co-op placement for a company located in Vancouver.

Dilara Dayioglugil
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She is the holder of a Bachelors of Laws degree and has worked on the maritime law sector for the government. She wanted to pursue international education because she believes that business and law, in combination, are relevant to achieve her goal which is to own a maritime company and to conduct international trading.

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Lucas De Souza Campos
As an international student, the life experiences Lucas learned from the time he first set foot in Toronto, until he finished his studies, made him fall in love with the city more. He is now planning to stay here and help the Canadian market grow. He aspires to contribute significantly to the growth of Canada by applying all the knowledge and skills he obtained from studying at TSoM.

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Simone Saar

Anusha Dubey
​​​​​​​Anusha from Thailand had an exciting student journey with Toronto School of Management (TSoM). She was able to experience both in-person class learning and online classes in the duration of her program, Diploma in Business Administration Co-op. Even though she preferred the in-personal classes, she saw that online classes had many advantages as well, including convenience for both students and professors.

  • Alumni
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  • Student
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Simone Saar

Simone Saar
She started as an intern working for TSoM and completed her co-op placement here as well. This gave her the opportunity to land a full-time job for her alma mater. For Simone, being able to help her schoolmates with their concerns feels very fulfilling.

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Vanessa Marques
Our TSoM alumna, studied and successfully acquired the Diploma in Business Administration Co-op. During her student days in Toronto, Vanessa remotely did her co-op placement for a company located in Vancouver.

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Dilara Dayioglugil, Business - Turkey

Dilara Dayioglugil
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She is the holder of a Bachelors of Laws degree and has worked on the maritime law sector for the government. She wanted to pursue international education because she believes that business and law, in combination, are relevant to achieve her goal which is to own a maritime company and to conduct international trading.

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Muaaz Joad​​​​​​​
Muaaz, from India, acquired the Diploma in Business Administration Co-op. He completed his co-op placement at TSoM as the Health Safety Lead.

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