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ACCOUNTING - OFFICE ASSISTANT
ACC 145
An introductory course offering a working knowledge of accounting records and procedures. The accounting cycle is covered along with financial statements. 3 units of credit. $310.66 ($261.66 + $49.00 online fee) Text extra.
ONLINE 066 1008 Jul 4-Aug 12
ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS I
ACC 110
This course provides a conceptual approach to the study of the basic principles of accounting and financial statements. The accounting cycle, as an aid to the preparation of financial statements, will be applied. 3 units of credit. $310.66 includes $49.00 access fee. Text extra.
ONLINE 065 1060 May 9-Jul 29
ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS II
ACC 210
Conclusion of the presentation made in ACC 110. Particular emphasis is given to the application of accounting principles in the disclosure of assets, liabilities and equity. A study is made of the uses of financial data by interested parties and management. Pre-Requisite: ACC 110. 3 units of credit. $310.66 includes $49.00 access fee. Text extra.
ONLINE 065 1061 May 9-Jul 29
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES
OAG 125
This course examines automated office systems and procedures in a business environment. The topics covered are: information processing and integrated office automation, telephone techniques, meetings and conference planning, correspondence procedures and records management, time management skills financial management, mail and postal services, data and reference research, and using computerized forms and simulations. 3 units of credit. $310.66 (Tuition $261.66 + $49.00 access fee) Text extra.
ONLINE 066 1245 Jul 4-Aug 12
BASIC PSYCHOLOGY
SSC 160
This course is an introduction to the study of psychology. The curriculum focuses on the individual in society, the development of personality, human motivation, cognition, the dynamics of neurosis and the adjustment process as related to interpersonal relationships and cultural pressures. 3 units of credit. $310.66 includes $49.00 access fee. Text extra.
ONLINE 065 1262 May 9-Jul 29
ONLINE 066 1129 Jul 4-Aug 12
BUSINESS COMPUTING & INTERNET
OAG 230
This course builds skills related to the applied use of the internet and computing technology in a networked environment. A strong focus will be on the development of intermediate level word processing concepts utilizing MS Word. Students will complete labs and assignments that reflect current business requirements for professional office assistants in the workplace and begin to integrate data between MS Office applications. 3 units of credit. $310.66 (Tuition $261.66 + $49.00 access fee)
ONLINE 065 1036 May 9-Jul 29
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
SSC 240
This course is designed to present information in basic developmental psychological topics. This includes various theoretical lifespan explanations and descriptions of cognitive, emotional, and social development. 3 units of credit. $310.66 includes $49.00 access fee. Text extra.
ONLINE 065 1263 May 9-Jul 29
ONLINE 066 1131 Jul 4-Aug 12
EMPLOYMENT LAW
MGN 490
This course is designed to develop the student's understanding of how the law affects the employment relationship (particular jurisdictional emphasis in Ontario). Common law principles and relevant legislation will be used to demonstrate the legal aspects of the entire employment relationship, from the job opening to termination. 3 units of credit. $310.66 includes $49.00 access fee. Text extra.
ONLINE 065 1093 May 9-Jul 29
ETHICS AND PROFESSIONALISM
PNR 160G
This course explores the role that codes of ethics play in the self-regulation of various professions as opposed to direct regulation of the professions by the legislature. The components of typical codes of professional ethics will be examined and students will learn how the provisions of the code are enforced and the impact of the codes on society. It will enhance the student's understanding of core ethical issues within their chosen profession and provide the opportunity to discuss and evaluate foundational concepts of professional codes of ethics. 3 units of credit. Fee: $590.20 (Tuition $541.20 + access fee of $49.00). Text extra.
ONLINE 065 1185 May 9-Jul 29
HUMAN SEXUALITY
SSC 146G
This course will provide an overview of human sexuality issues and sexual behaviours. Students will examine sexuality in various contexts, relying on: psychological, socio-cultural and biological research. Students will engage in the study of human sexuality as it relates to their interpersonal relationships, health and wellness, and identity and how it differs between cultural, religious and societal contexts. More generally, the course is designed to provide a course in human sexuality, grounded in sound science, for students planning careers in the helping professions as well as for those taking it for personal growth. 3 units of credit. $310.66 includes $49.00 access fee. Text extra.
ONLINE 065 1289 May 9-Jul 29
ONLINE 066 1004 Jul 4-Aug 12
INTRODUCTION TO CANADIAN BUSINESS
BUS 108
This course is designed to introduce the student to the fundamentals of the Canadian business system. Students will develop an understanding of the basic practices of business and become familiar with common business terminology. The knowledge and skills learned in this course can be applied directly to many business situations and will provide a solid foundation for business activities and future business courses. 3 units of credit. $310.66 ($261.66 + $49.00 online fee) Text extra.
ONLINE 066 1064 Jul 4-Aug 12
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RESOURCES
MGN 105
An introduction to the study of human resources concepts dealing with the development and direction of people, including recruitment, selection, testing, placement, induction and training. The merit rating, wages and hours as well as program orientation for the worker will be presented. Elements of progressive discipline along with applicable Provincial and Federal Legislation is also part of the course content. 3 units of credit. $310.66 includes $49.00 access fee. Text extra.
ONLINE 065 1092 May 9-Jul 29
INTRODUCTION TO OCCUPATIONAL/NON-OCCUPATIONAL INJURIES
CCM 100
This introduction course is designed to help students learn the basic concept of injuries and the difference in ideology of occupational and non-occupational injuries. The area of study will include defining occupational and non-occupational injuries, introductions to various wage replacement programs available, the difference in management of injuries depending on the geographical locations municipally, provincially, nationally, and internationally. 3 units of credit. $310.66 includes $49.00 access fee. Text extra.
ONLINE 065 1189 May 9-Jul 29
LANGUAGE FUNDAMENTALS
OAG 110
This course is designed to improve the student's basic grammar skills. The course will cover the various parts of speech, sentence construction, punctuation, capitalization, meanings of words, and use of numbers. Specific emphasis will be given to language fundamentals that are important in the business office. This course is designed to improve the student's basic grammar skills. The course will cover the various parts of speech, sentence construction, punctuation, spelling, and meanings of words. Specific emphasis will be given to language fundamentals that are important in the business office. 3 units of credit. $310.66 ($261.66 + $49.00 online fee) Text extra.
ONLINE 066 1244 Jul 4-Aug 12
LEGISLATION AND BUSINESS ETHICS
CCM 104
The purpose of this course is to explore in detail the impact of all legislation relevant to the employer managing any people with injuries, restrictions, and permanent impairment including understanding each parties' roles, responsibilities, program implementation, social responsibilities, professionalism and etiquette, etc. The focus of this course is on duty to accommodate and due diligence from the 4 perspectives: employer, injured worker, social and medical communities. The legislation would include such pieces as ESA, Bill C-45, OHSA, WSIA, Bill 168, Canadian Charter of Rights & Freedoms, Human Rights Code, Due Diligence, Duty to Accommodate, Harassment, etc. Differences in legislation between different geographical locations within Canada, North America, and globally and how these differences impact the development and implementation of programs and policies in HR at various levels of management in a corporation (local vs international vs global). This course will build on the business ethics & business law as is already in the HR program focusing specifically on injuries and restrictions. 3 units of credit. $310.66 includes $49.00 access fee. Text extra.
ONLINE 065 1192 May 9-Jul 29
MACRO ECONOMICS
ECN 110
This course is an introduction to macroeconomics with the objective of giving students an overview of basic economic concepts, the flow of income among households, businesses, and governments; employment theory and price stability; fiscal policies; the Bank of Canada and monetary policies. 3 units of credit. $310.66 includes $49.00 access fee. Text extra.
ONLINE 065 1259 May 9-Jul 29
MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES
MGN 320
This course presents an overview of the basic principles and practices used by managers in operating a modern organization. The course will help students understand management principles and practices in relation to four core management functions: planning, organizing, leading and controlling. Students will gain an understanding of the important external and internal forces that affect a manager's ability to achieve high levels of performance as they plan, organize, lead and control the organization. Students will also learn how to perform as both leaders and followers in groups and teams. Topics include the key characteristics and roles of managers, ethics and social responsibility, decision making, structures of organizations, leadership types and styles, as well as effective and efficient methods of control. 3 units of credit. $310.66 includes $49.00 access fee. Text extra.
ONLINE 065 1261 May 9-Jul 29
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY I
OAM 312
This course is designed for the applied health professional, and will be taught over two semesters. It begins with medical word parts - prefixes, suffixes, root words, and combining forms. The structure and function of each of the body systems will be studied along with its associated terminology, pathological conditions, clinical tests, surgical procedures, laboratory procedures, and abbreviations. Emphasis will be placed on correct spelling and the ability to decide if a word makes sense in context. 3 units of credit. $310.66 ($261.66 + $49.00 online fee) Text extra.
ONLINE 565 1247 May 9-Jul 29
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY II
OAM 412
This course is designed for the applied health professional, and will be taught over two semesters. It begins with medical word parts - prefixes, suffixes, root words, and combining forms. The structure and function of each of the body systems will be studied along with its associated terminology, pathological conditions, clinical tests, surgical procedures, laboratory procedures, and abbreviations. Emphasis will be placed on correct spelling and the ability to decide if a word makes sense in context. Pre-requisite: OAM 312. 3 units of credit. $310.66 (Tuition $261.66 + $49.00 access fee) Text extra.
ONLINE 565 1248 May 9-Jul 29
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY
MGN 470
Occupational Health & Safety studies the identification, evaluation and control of safety hazards associated with the work environment. The major objective of this course is to help students develop a solid understanding of occupational health and safety legislation, processes, procedures, and techniques involved in workplace safety hazard recognition, assessment and control. 3 units of credit. $310.66 includes $49.00 access fee. Text extra.
ONLINE 066 1005 Jul 4-Aug 12
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
MGN 310
This course is designed to help students relate the basic elements of organizational behaviour and their importance to our day-to-day relationships with others, especially in the workplace. Special emphasis is given to the study of group dynamics, leadership, morale, communication and organizational behaviour as it affects productivity in a business enterprise. 3 units of credit. $310.66 includes $49.00 access fee. Text extra.
ONLINE 065 1260 May 9-Jul 29
PHARMACOLOGY
HSC 167
This is an introductory course in Pharmacology. The student will learn commonly used medications and their actions and basic side effects. 2 units of credit. $230.50 (Tuition $181.50 + $49.00 access fee) Text extra.
ONLINE 565 2654 May 11-Jul 31
SPREADSHEETING TECHNIQUES
MIC 510
This course builds on the MICROSOFT EXCEL software introduced in Computer Applications II. This intermediate level course reviews worksheet basics, building formulas, formatting, editing, graphics, printing and presenting the results of electronic spreadsheets. Areas of focus will include financial, statistical and what-if analysis, innovative chart and graph techniques, managing information in lists including macros using Visual Basic for application, hyperlinks, scenario manager, sorting and filtering a worksheet database, pivot tables, creating a data map, integrating applications with the clipboard and object linking and embedding (OLE). 3 units of credit. Pre-requisite: MIC 211 or OAG 270. (Note: Students must have MS Office 2013 software for online computer courses) $310.66 ($261.66 + $49.00 access fee) Text extra.
ONLINE 565 1022 May 9-Jul 29
SOCIETY AND ME
SSC 177G
The primary goal of this course is to facilitate an increased awareness and understanding of our social roles, how we are influenced by culture and how we as an individual, or groups, can impact society. 3 units of credit. $310.66 includes $49.00 access fee. Text extra.
ONLINE 065 1232 May 9-Jul 29
ONLINE 066 1130 Jul 4-Aug 12
SOCIETY & THE ENVIRONMENT
SSC 181G
How serious are current environmental and social problems? Why should we care about them? How are governments, corporations, activists, and ordinary citizens responding to these problems? Human activities have significant impacts on our planet. In this course students explore the role of human daily living habits and the contribution they've made to our current global environmental problems. 3 units of credit. $310.66 includes $49.00 access fee. Text extra.
ONLINE 065 1214 May 9-Jul 29
SPREADSHEETING TECHNIQUES
MIC 510
This course builds on the MICROSOFT EXCEL software introduced in Computer Applications II. This intermediate level course reviews worksheet basics, building formulas, formatting, editing, graphics, printing and presenting the results of electronic spreadsheets. Areas of focus will include financial, statistical and what-if analysis, innovative chart and graph techniques, managing information in lists including macros using Visual Basic for application, hyperlinks, scenario manager, sorting and filtering a worksheet database, pivot tables, creating a data map, integrating applications with the clipboard and object linking and embedding (OLE). 3 units of credit. Pre-requisite: MIC 211 or OAG 270. (Note: Students must have MS Office 2013 software for online computer courses). $310.66 includes $49.00 access fee. Text extra.
ONLINE 565 1022 May 9-Jul 29
SUPERVISORY DEVELOPMENT
BUS 434
In response to changes at work, people may be called upon to serve as a supervisor or team leader. This general education course provides the student with an overview of the purpose and responsibilities of a supervisor in today's work environment. The supervisor is in a unique position between senior management / owners of an organization and its employees. From this position they must execute the business objectives of their superiors, by planning and organizing the use of their resources as well as hire, lead, motivate, control, evaluate performance and provide feedback, training and support to subordinates. At the end of the day, the supervisor is accountable for all these things. This course provides a foundation for the student to develop from a competent employee to an effective future supervisor. Even if a supervisory position is not aspired to, students will learn how and why organizations must be planned, organized, staffed, led and controlled so they may become better employees and team leaders. 3 units of credit. $310.66 includes $49.00 access fee. Text extra.
ONLINE 066 1069 Jul 4-Aug 12
THEORY OF FAMILY CENTERED CARE
HCE 120N
This review course covers the theory related to the nursing care of childbearing families, infants, children and adolescent clients. The nursing process, health promotion and adaptation are the key concepts applied in caring for the normal client throughout these various stages of growth and development. The care of these clients with common physical and psychosocial alterations is also examined. Ethical and legal issues related to the above life stages will be explored. This is a review course and the extent of the returning nurse's knowledge level determines the amount of preparation needed before class to be successful. 3 units of credit. Fee: $406.00 (Tuition $357.00 + access fee of $49.00). Text extra.
ONLINE 065 2180 May 9-Jul 29
TRANSCULTURAL COMMUNICATION
OAM 347G
This course will encompass different methods and techniques for understanding cultural differences; dealing with patients/clients/colleagues, and spoken techniques with or without an interpreter. Through lectures, class simulations and film, the student will practice appropriate situational assessment and behavioural skills. An investigation of local services available in the community will be part of student training. Emphasis will be placed on empathetic interaction with patient/clients/colleagues. 3 units of credit. $310.66 (Tuition $261.66 + $49.00 access fee) Text extra.
ONLINE 065 1021 May 9-Jul 29
THE WAR OF 1812: PATH TO PEACE OR FORGOTTEN CIVIL WAR
SSC 187G
This course will explore the politics, events, and historical and contemporary consequences of the War of 1812. Themes and interpretations will be examined through selected text, film, handouts, journals, classroom discussion, and reflective assignments. Topics will include the interpretation of the war from different perspectives, military and international relations, cultural history, historical geography, the role of First Nations people and women in the war. Study will also include the social, economic, and political impact on the Canadian Identity from today's perspective. The course will conclude with a discussion about the relevance of the War of 1812 - a pivotal moment in Canadian history or a forgotten border dispute. $310.66 includes $49.00 access fee. Text extra.
ONLINE 065 1068 May 9-Jul 29
WESTERNS: FILM AS A LENS TO THE PRESENT
SSC 183G
This course will explore the film genre of Westerns. Major themes and ideas will be examined via the work of selected films, directors and actors. Subjects to be studied via discussion and reflective assignments include the Origins of the Western, Components of the Western, Landscape and Setting, Indigenous Peoples, Women, Directors, Actors, and Films. The course will conclude with a discussion of the place of the Western in contemporary culture: can it still 'sit tall in the saddle'? 3 units of credit. $310.66 includes $49.00 access fee. Text extra.
ONLINE 065 May 9-Jul 29
WORD PROCESSING TECHNIQUES
MIC 310
This intermediate level course focuses on the more advanced features of working with tables, fields, macros and Object Linking & Embedding (OLE). Your ability to create, edit, format and print professional looking documents will be further enhanced. Using the thesaurus, checking grammar and spelling, using pre-formatted and templates, adding graphics including ClipArt and WordArt and working with multiple documents and forms will combine to increase your word processing power. 3 units of credit. Pre-requisite: MIC 111 or OAG170. (Note: Students must have MS Office 2013 software for online computer courses) $310.66 ($261.66 + $49.00 online fee) Text extra.
ONLINE 565 1028 May 9-Jul 29

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