Sustainability and Financial Management

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Specialize in Standing Out

Become a finance expert who can link our natural systems and social impacts to financial outcomes. As a Sustainability and Financial Management (SFM) graduate, you’ll incorporate people, profits, and the planet into the bottom line while evolving environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) reporting to lead organizations toward a greener world.

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Admission Requirements

Ontario students: six Grade 12 U and/or M courses including

  • Any Grade 12 U English (minimum final grade of 75% is required)
  • Advanced Functions (minimum final grade of 75% is required)
  • Calculus and Vectors (minimum final grade of 75% is required)

Recommended courses: Principles of Financial Accounting, Mathematics of Data Management

Admission average: Individual selection from the mid-80s

The AFM Admissions Assessment (AFMAA) is required for admission.

We also recommend that you also submit the Admission Information Form.

IB/AP students, mature students, and students studying outside of Ontario: Search our admission requirements.

AFM Ready Podcast

Listen to our AFM Ready Podcast as we dive into the topic of sustainability being the future and what that means for you as an aspiring sustainability and financial management professional.
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