School of Business and Information Technology
The World is Your Classroom
Welcome to Fleming's School of Business and Information Technology. (SBIT)
We offer top-tier programs taught by expert faculty in small class sizes. At our school, the focus is on applied, real-world experience, entrepreneurial thinking, and strong communication skills, which means you'll graduate job-ready. With our links to professional (AACSB, CTAB, IEEE), and global organizations, you will expand your network and benefit from our many transfer agreements with Canadian and international universities.
Join an organization, start your own enterprise, or pursue advanced studies: there's a pathway to success for you at our school.
The School of Business and Information Technology
- Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality
- Business - Human Resources
- Business Administration
- Computer Engineering Technician
- Computer Engineering Technology
- Computer Security and Investigations
- Global Business Management
- Hospitality - Hotel and Restaurant Operations
- International Business Management
- Office Administration - Executive
- Project Management
- Sporting Goods Business
- Supply Chain Management - Global Logistics
- Tourism - Global Travel
- Tourism - Global Travel - Advanced Standing
- Wireless Information Networking
Designed To Be Intense - Like The Real World
Business and Technology students participate in an intensive project for an industry partner that requires a broad range of applied and project management skills. This comprehensive experience can last anywhere from one semester to a full year. Teams provide innovative solutions for diverse organizations in a variety of sectors, including small companies, international enterprises, not-for-profit and social service organizations. The Applied Projects learning experience also includes participating in the annual Innovation and Technology Showcase sponsored by Bell.
Common First Year In The School Of Business and Information Technology
Our core business programs share a common first year of study which allows you to seamlessly transfer to another program at the end of your first or second semester. (Accounting programs share a common first semester.) You can move into a different business specialty, fully prepared to build on the essential skills acquired in year one. Explore your options in:
AACSB International Membership
Our Business School is a member of AACSB International, a global non-profit association that connects educators, students, and business to create the next generation of great leaders.
Synonymous with the highest standards of excellence since 1916, AACSB International provides quality assurance, business education intelligence, and learning and development services to member organizations worldwide.
AACSBâ€™s mission is to foster engagement, accelerate innovation, and amplify impact in business education.
Count your options
We have a pathway to the accounting career that best suits your skills and aspirations:
- Complete the two-year program and obtain entry-level employment
- Gain additional applied experience in the third-year of the advanced program
2 Years at College + 2 Years at University
Our agreement with Trent University allows students to complete a Business Administration â€“ Specialization in Accounting degree and their Fleming Accounting diploma in just four years. Fleming Accounting grads can also obtain their B.Comm. (Honours) at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology with two additional years of study. Details on these agreements can be found on the Education Pathways page.
Pathways to Degree Studies
Our articulation agreements and credit transfer opportunities with other educational institutions allow you to start your studies at Fleming and pursue a university degree or other advanced learning credential. Continue your studies in Canada or at an international post-secondary institution.
Educational Opportunities Agreement
McDonald's Restaurants of Canada and Ontario Colleges have partnered to offer educational opportunities for McDonald's employees to pursue post-secondary education in business programs at colleges throughout Ontario.