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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. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 6373 Sep. 17-Dec. 7 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Winter
Online 065 1537 Jan. 21-Apr. 12 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Accounting for the Office Assistant
ACC 145
This introductory course exposes students to basic accounting records and procedures. The accounting cycle is covered along with financial statements. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1312 Jan. 21-Apr. 13 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
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. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 6371 Sep. 17-Dec. 7 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Winter
Online 065 1348 Jan. 21-Apr. 12 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Cost Accounting
ACC 320
An introduction to the study of costs for inventory valuation, income determination and control. Emphasis will be placed on three cost elements: job costing, process cost systems, and the many uses of cost data in decision-making management. Pre-Requisite ACC 210. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 7097 Sep. 17-Dec. 7 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Intermediate Accounting I
ACC 328
This course is the first offering of Intermediate Accounting to Accounting Major students. An in-depth study is made of generally accepted accounting principles as they relate to the preparation of financial statements and to revenue recognition. This course will introduce “International Financial Reporting Standards” (IFRS) and its impact on basic financial statements. Pre-Requisite ACC 210. 4 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 6377 Sep. 17-Dec. 8 $415.66 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Canadian Income Tax I
ACC 335
This course examines the Income Tax Act as it applies to individuals. Topics covered are: income,deductions from income, tax credits, and calculations of taxes payable. Pre-Requisite ACC 210. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 7099 Sep. 17-Dec. 7 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Management Accounting I
ACC 420
Management accounting, focusing on internal customers, will identify, measure, analyze, interpret and communicate information that assists executives and managers in fulfilling organizational goals. Topics emphasized include: activity-based costing, budgets, standards, variance analysis, income effects of alternative costing methods, and cost behaviour. Interlaced throughout are insights into human relations and motivational problems inherent in the role of the accountant. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1695 Jan. 21-Apr. 12 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Intermediate Accounting II
ACC 428
A continuation of the first level intermediate accounting course, providing an in-depth study of generally accepted accounting principles. Emphasis will be placed on cash, receivables, inventories, plant assets and intangible assets. Intermediate level accounting studies conclude with ACC 515. Specific topics regarding IFRS will be discussed as they relate to current Canadian GAAP. 4 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1583 Jan. 21-Apr. 13 $415.66 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Canadian Income Tax II
ACC435C
This course is a continuation of the ACC 335 personal income tax course with updates for the current taxation year. Emphasis is on accessing the most up-to-date, revised income tax rules and regulations, and utilizing online access to CRA. Practical applications using actual information slips, current tax forms, and current software for personal income tax preparation. Knowledge of preparation of personal income tax returns manually, computerized, net-filing and e-filing all to be covered. Emphasis will also be on recognizing the differences between business accounting income and taxable income, CCA rules and non-arms-length transactions will also be discussed. The student will be required to identify and determine the amount and type of various losses and apply the rules regarding the use of such losses in determining the net and taxable income of taxpayers. Students will also be required to cite and apply the rules of capital cost allowance on business assets in the calculation of taxable income from a business. Students will have to distinguish between business income and capital gains income as well as record, compute and analyze the capital gains and losses to be recognized by a taxpayer in the calculation of taxable income. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1696 Jan. 21-Apr. 12 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
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. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1555 Jan. 21-Apr. 13 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Business Law
BUS 300
A survey of the law pertaining to business administrators. Topics include: legal approach to business problems, resolution of disputes, torts, contracts, sale of goods, consumer law, employment law, forms of doing business and intellectual property law. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 6477 Sep. 17-Dec. 8 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Supervisory Development
BUS 434
This course provides the student with an overview of the purpose and responsibilities of a supervisor in today’s work environment. In response to changes at work, people may be called upon to serve as a supervisor. Accountable for the work of their subordinates, all supervisors must assign, monitor and evaluate performance, and provide feedback, training and support. This course provides a foundation for the student to develop from a competent employee to an effective manager. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 6379 Sep. 17-Dec. 8 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Macro Economics
ECN 110
This course is an introduction to macroeconomics with the objective of giving college students an overview of basic economic concepts including 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. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 6479 Sep. 17-Dec. 8 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Micro Economics
ECN 210
This course is an introduction to microeconomics which examines specific sectors within the entire economy. The two foundations of microeconomics are the concepts of demand and supply. These foundations can be applied to both the product markets and the resource markets. Microeconomics also studies the behaviours of individual firms and industries within the different market structures. The microeconomist often specializes in one particular sector of the economy, for example, the automotive industry or the health care industry. The microeconomist is often referred to as a ‘consultant’ for a particular industry or a particular sector of the economy. The relevance of the economy in today’s world reinforces the importance of the study of economics as part of the student’s overall business education . 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1420 Jan. 21-Apr. 13 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Entrepreneurship
ECN 500
Entrepreneurs play a key role in the Canadian economy. This course is an introduction to provide students with the basic knowledge required to plan, start, and manage a small business or some form of self-employment. It presents actual skills that students will use throughout their working lives. It will provide knowledge and skills through many practical applications for both employment situations (small businesses) and personal financial management. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1416 Jan. 21-Apr. 13 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
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. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 6381 Sep. 17-Dec. 8 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Winter
Online 065 1499 Jan. 21-Apr. 13 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Business Ethics
MGN 300
A survey of the law pertaining to business administrators. Topics include: legal approach to business problems, resolution of disputes, torts, contracts, sale of goods, consumer law, employment law, forms of doing business and intellectual property law. 2 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 6692 Sep. 17-Dec. 8 $252.70 (includes $49.00 access fee)
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. Text extra. Fall Online MGN 310 065 6481 Sep. 17-Dec. 8 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Winter
Online 065 1418 Jan. 21-Apr. 12 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
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. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 6483 Sep. 17-Dec. 7 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Winter
Online 065 1623 Jan. 21-Apr. 12 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Industrial Relations
MGN 330
This course is designed to help the student to learn the basic principles and technical skills required in Industrial Relations to work successfully within the union-management relationship. Areas of study will include the management-union relationship, analysis of legal and institutional framework within which unions operate, union policies and practices, management policies on labour, legislation, the trend of labour relations, collective bargaining, the arbitration process and contract language . 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 6457 Sep. 17-Dec. 7 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Collective Bargaining & Dispute Resolution
MGN 430
This course is designed to assist the student in developing negotiation skills, an understanding of the union-management relationship, and contract language and its development. Mediation and arbitration practices will also be studied to develop dispute resolution skills. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1697 Jan. 21-Apr. 13 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Compensation & Employee Benefits
MGN 440
This course will cover the philosophy and practical application of salary and wage compensation as a specialty within the human resource management field. The course will introduce the principles involved in developing and maintaining effective salary and wage compensation programs for employees through the study of compensation policies, techniques and objectives. Specific topics include job analysis, job evaluation, labour market surveys, job pricing and salary administration. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1560 Jan. 21-Apr. 12 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Training & Development
MGN 450
This course will provide participants with an understanding of the processes of assessing staff training needs, designing and administering staff training and development programs, as well as costing and evaluating the effectiveness of such programs. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1350 Jan. 21-Apr. 13 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Occupational Health & Safety
MGN 470
Occupational Health and 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. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 6453 Sep. 17-Dec. 7 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Winter
Online 065 1687 Jan. 21-Apr. 12 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Human Resource Planning
MGN 480
This course is about improving performance in modern, complex organizations. The focus here is on organizational, group and individual level performance, the factors that have an impact on performance and actions that improve it. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 6383 Sep. 17-Dec. 7 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
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. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1584 Jan. 21-Apr. 13 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Introduction to Canadian Marketing
MRK 202
The essence of marketing is to develop, produce, and position a product that meets the need of its potential buyers. This course introduces the student to the four (4) P’s of Marketing - Product, Price, Place and Promotion. This course also focuses on critical issues that shape contemporary marketing practice - relationship marketing, social responsibility marketing, total quality management, the impact of technology on marketing, database and direct marketing, internet and event marketing, and sponsorships. 3 units of credit. Text extra. Fall Online MRK 202 065 6471 Sep. 17-Dec. 8 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Winter
Online 065 1585 Jan. 21-Apr. 13 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Human Resource Management
HRM 105
This Graduate Certificate course examines the leadership role HR Managers assume in supporting the effective management of an organization. Major topics include the compensation systems, recruitment and selection protocols, the development of training programs, merit rating and performance evaluation. Students will also gain knowledge of applicable Provincial and Federal Legislation as they related to the coordination on administrative functions within an organization. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 7001 Sep. 17-Dec. 7 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Accounting Principles 1
HRM 110
This Graduate Certificate course introduces students to the main functions of accounting. Accounting concepts and methodology, as well as, valuation and income determination as introduced through the application of the accounting cycle and preparation of financial statements. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1669 Jan. 21-Apr. 13 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Organizational Behaviour & Change Management
HRM 310
This Graduate Certificate course will provide students with insight into theories and research regarding the factors that influence worker behaviour in organizations. Students will learn how organizational structure and leadership impacts employee motivation, communication processes and conflict resolution and how these factors collectively impact organizational change. The study of group dynamics in organizational settings will be integrated into the classroom learning environment. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 7003 Sep. 17-Dec. 8 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Employee-Management Relations
HRM 330
This Graduate Certificate course equips students with a solid understanding of the relationships and varied interactions between a union and the employer. Key areas of study include an analysis of the legal and institutional frameworks within which unions operate, union policies and practices, management policies on labour, the collective bargaining, and arbitration processes, and typical contract language. The trend of labour relations in Canada will also be studied. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 7005 Sep. 17-Dec. 8 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Compensation and Employee Benefits
HRM 440
This Graduate Certificate course supports students in gaining an understanding of the process, theories, techniques, and practices involved in developing and administering a compensation system. This Graduate Certificate course will examine the principles involved in developing and maintaining effective salary and wage compensation programs for employees through the study of compensation policies, techniques and HR objectives. Students will also explore topics including job analysis, job evaluation, labour market surveys, job pricing and salary administration. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1666 Jan. 21-Apr. 13 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Strategic Training and Development
HRM 450
This Graduate Certificate course supports students in gaining an understanding of both the role of training and development in human resources management, and the procedures associated with the training and development function. Major topics will include needs analysis, program design and development, facilitation and program administration, and evaluation. Students will be introduced to the psychology of the adult learning processes on which training and development is based. Budgeting, cost/ benefit analysis, monitoring and controlling the training process, and post-training follow-up procedures will be integrated through case study analyses. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1667 Jan. 21-Apr. 13 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Legal Aspects of Workplace Law
HRM 490
This Graduate Certificate course examines the common law legal principles and statutory regimes governing the relationship between individual employees and employers in Canada.(particular jurisdictional emphasis in Ontario) Students will also explore relevant statutes, analysis of decisions from the courts, practical exercises, discussion and student presentations and use relevant legislation to demonstrate the legal aspects of the entire employment relationship, from the job opening to termination. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1668 Jan. 21-Apr. 13 $334.18 (includes $49.00 access fee)

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