Course Information

 

for Business and Secretarial Studies Department


Foundation Accounting (ACC001)

Credits:0

Intro to Financial Accounting (ACC101)

Credits:3

Intermediate Financial Accounting (ACC102)

Credits:3

Management Accounting (ACC203)

Credits:3

Advanced Financial Accounting (ACC204)

Credits:3

Keyboarding (AOA001)

Credits:0

Text Processing IA (AOA102)

Credits:1.5

Text Processing IB (AOA103)

Credits:1.5

Shorthand IA (AOA104)

Credits:1.5

Shorthand IB (AOA105)

Credits:1.5

Office Procedures IA (AOA106)

Credits:1

Office Procedures IB (AOA107)

Credits:2

Office Skills (AOA108)

Credits:2

Business Training Office (AOA115)

Credits:3

Advanced Word processing (AOA207)

Credits:3

Audio Transcription (AOA208)

Credits:3

Text Processing II (AOA209)

Credits:3

Text Processing III (AOA210)

Credits:3

Shorthand IIA (AOA211)

Credits:1.5

Shorthand IIB (AOA212)

Credits:1.5

Office Procedures II (AOA213)

Credits:3

Office Management (AOA214)

Credits:3

Business Skills/Internship (AOA215)

Credits:4

Marketing I (BUS102)

Credits:3

Small Business Operations (BUS103)

Credits:2

Business Law (BUS204)

Credits:3

Organizational Behaviour (BUS206)

Credits:3

Marketing II (BUS207)

Credits:3

Computer Applications (CIT101)

Credits:3

Computer Applications B (CIT104)

Credits:3

Introduction to E-Commerce (CIT105)

Credits:0

Intermediate Spreadsheet (CIT203)

Credits:3

Advanced Database (CIT204)

Credits:3

Advanced Spreadsheet (CIT205)

Credits:3

Presentation Graphics (CIT206)

Credits:2

Intermediate Database (CIT207)

Credits:3

Communication Studies I (COM103)

Credits:3

This course is designed to enhance effective reading, writing and research skills, develop better study and comprehension strategies and improve grammar, mechanics and vocabulary. It also introduces students to the dynamics of language in society and oral skills. This course is also designed to develop communication skills that allow students to better meet the demands of studies at tertiary level.

Business Communication (COM207)

Credits:3

Fundamentals of Economics (ECO101)

Credits:3

The course is designed to provide participants with an overview of the basic economic concepts and issues relevant to their continued study and daily life pursuits. The course examines the central problem of scarcity and choice in economic societies, demand and supply theory, market equilibrium, production theory, the financial sector, fiscal policy measures, international economics and new economic developments, the systems of national income accounts, inflation and unemployment.

Microeconomics (ECO102)

Credits:3

Macroeconomics (ECO103)

Credits:3

Microeconomics (ECO121)

Credits:3

French for Bus./Tourism:Foundation (FRE001)

Credits:0

French for Business/Tourism (FRE102)

Credits:3

This course is intended for students who wish to used the language for practical purposes. It allows students to accomplish essential functions in everyday communication. It seeks more particularly to improve on their oral production and comprehension skills in French for the workplace and the hospitality environment.

Mathematics of Finance (MAT105)

Credits:3

Mathematics for Business (MAT106)

Credits:3

Business Statistics I (MAT107)

Credits:3

Mathematics of Finance (MAT115)

Credits:3

Mathematics for Business (MAT125)

Credits:3

Statistics II (MAT208)

Credits:3

Principles of Management (MGT101)

Credits:3

Human Relations (MGT108)

Credits:3

Marketing Management (MGT203)

Credits:3

Human Resource Management (MGT204)

Credits:3

Law of Contract I (PLS102)

Credits:2

Property Law & Practice I (PLS103)

Credits:1

Property Law and Practice II (PLS104)

Credits:1

Legal Systems I (PLS105)

Credits:1.5

Legal System II (PLS106)

Credits:1.5

Law of Tort I (PLS107)

Credits:1.5

Law of Tort II (PLS108)

Credits:1.5

Criminal Law I (PLS109)

Credits:1

Criminal Law II (PLS110)

Credits:1

Law of Contract II (PLS121)

Credits:2

Business Law & Practice I (PLS211)

Credits:1.5

Business Law & Practice II (PLS212)

Credits:1.5

Family Law I (PLS213)

Credits:1.5

Family Law II (PLS214)

Credits:1.5

Civil & Criminal Practice I (PLS215)

Credits:2

Civil & Criminal Practice II (PLS216)

Credits:2

Succession Law & Practice I (PLS217)

Credits:1

Succession Law & Practice II (PLS218)

Credits:1

Property Law & Practice III (PLS219)

Credits:1

Property Law & Practice IV (PLS220)

Credits:1

Introduction to Psychology (PSY101)

Credits:3

Introduction to Sociology (SOC101)

Credits:3

Spanish for Bus/Tourism:Foundation (SPA001)

Credits:0

Spanish for Bus/Tourism (SPA102)

Credits:3

This course is intended for students who wish to use language for practical purposes. It allows students to accomplish essential functions in everyday communications. It seeks more particularly to improve on their oral production and comprehension skills in Spanish for the workplace and hospitality environment.

Typewriting I (TYP311)

Credits:4

This introductory course is designed to equip students with adequate keyboarding skills to enable them to function as junior typists and word processor operators or to proceed to advanced studies in type-writing.