Tuition is valid for the 2020-21 academic year. Program costs and fees (textbooks, supplies, etc.) are additional.
Tuition, fees and program costs
In addition to annual tuition, there are program costs (books, tools, etc.) and student fees for college services, health and dental plans, your student association and parking.
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Courses may include
These are some of the courses offered in this program. It is not a complete list and courses are subject to change in advance of the academic year.
BUSI 3005 - Contemporary Business Issues
Students will consider and analyse current business issues through the lenses of law, ethics, and sustainability. Through research to compare and contrast potential pathways to offer legitimate resolutions to the issues, students will furthermore develop critical thinking skills addressing contemporary events while broadening their understanding of the various challenges businesses of today face.
Students who successfully complete Applied Ethical Decision Making (MGMT 3020), Business Law (LEGL 2000), and Environmental Sustainability in Business (BUSI 3000) may choose to be exempt from Contemporary Business Issues (BUSI 3005).
COMM 2215 - Communications - Workplace Applications
This course provides students with the opportunity to further develop writing skills acquired in Communications - Workplace Foundations. The course also allows students to explore job search techniques, and is designed to assist them in the continuing development of the skills and confidence required to deliver individual oral presentations. Advisement Note: A student who is able to format formal documents but who may not have successfully met the timing requirement in COMP 1103 (Document Processing I) is still eligible for admission into COMM 2215 (Communications – Workplace Applications).
COMP 3105 - Introduction to Enterprise Systems
This course will introduce students to Enterprise Resource Planning principles and systems. Students will obtain basic end-user skills in selected ERP systems modules.
COMP 3106 - Database II
This course builds on the skills acquired in Database I. Students will apply the concepts of database modelling to create a database for business applications.
COMP 3111 - Spreadsheets II
Building on the skills acquired in Spreadsheets I, students will use advanced spreadsheet concepts and tools to create spreadsheets for business applications.
COMP 3125 - Word Processing II
This course will introduce students to advanced features in word processing software. Students will demonstrate the required competencies working with documents that are representative of the workplace.
COMP 4102 - Applied Software Integration
Applied Software Integration provides an office situation requiring the learner to apply concepts learned in the software applications courses, and integrate these applications such that they are able to solve real-world information situations. Learners will focus on how to apply what they have learned to perform computer-related tasks that increase productivity by helping users become more effective and efficient in their environment.
INFM 2005 - Records Management
An organization's records can include a variety of forms including paper, electronic and optical. Efficient records management provides accurate and timely information for making effective business decisions. This course focuses on the theories and application of the processes, equipment, computer software, and personnel involved with these decisions, including the creation, control, protection and disposition of information.
INFM 4995 - Work Experience
The work experience component provides the learner with an opportunity to apply new skills and concepts appropriate for entry-level positions within the occupation. Learners will assess their own performance and be evaluated by an industry partner. Learners will identify personal outcomes they wish to attain during the work experience and will keep a journal. This is a course of 175 hours spread over five weeks.
Directed elective course requirement. Two units/credits.
In addition to their required courses, learners will complete two (2) units (120 hours) of open elective credit that are consistent with the goals outlined in their portfolios.