Business General – Business

Program Description

Credential: 2-year Ontario College Diploma

Delivery: Full Time

Program Length: 4 Semesters

Program Description

Business students can choose a combination of courses to suit their interests and needs. They are able to select courses from other Business program options offered – Accounting, Marketing. In the business world, solid accounting skills combined with marketing strategy and creativity are in high demand. By selecting a combination of electives from the marketing and accounting areas, students can actually customize a management program to fit their interests and strengths.

Career Opportunities

Graduates will find employment in business and industry, accounting firms, non-profit organizations or government agencies, often at rewarding levels of responsibility.

Tuition Fees

Tuition fee for international students is $16295/year including ancillary fees and medical insurance.
From May 2024, tuition fee for international students is $16708/year including ancillary fees and medical insurance.

Tuition fees as stated are subject to change for each academic year.

Semester 1

  • AC1034 Introduction to Financial Accounting
  • BU1103 Introduction to Human Resources
  • BU1363 Introduction to Business Concepts
  • CM1903 Communications I – Model A
  • IN1173 Computer Applications for Business
  • MA1024 Business Math I
  • MR1073 Introduction to Marketing
Semester 2

  • AC2034 Financial Accounting II
  • BU3113 Organizational Behaviour
  • BU4033 Microeconomics
  • CM2903 Communications II – Model A
  • MA2024 Business Math II
  • MR2003 Marketing II
  • NA2053 Canadian Government
Semester 3

  • AC1043 Accounting Applications
  • AC3044 Managerial Accounting
  • BU3044 Operations Management
  • BU3103 Macroeconomics
  • GN1063 Occupational Health and Safety
  • MR3063 Professional Selling
Semester 4

  • BU4003 Business Law
  • BU4053 Corporate Social Responsibility
  • BU4073 Entrepreneurship
  • BU4084 Business Simulation
  • BU4113 Project Management
  • MA3004 Statistics
  • GN1113 Introduction to Canadian Culture and Society