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Business Administration (Co-op) Ontario College Advanced Diploma

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  • Objectives
    The three-year Business Administration (Co-op) program allows you to participate in a partnership between an employer, the college and you, the student. This unique arrangement gives you paid work experience in a chosen career field, which will enhance the educational component of the program and offer you expanded employment options upon graduation. Canadore’s three-year Business Administration (Co-op) program will help you develop a broad range of business and administrative skills required for you to excel in a business environment. Discuss and study the essential concepts and elements of management with emphasis on effective problem-solving and decision-making skills. Study accounting, human resources, business policy and marketing by examining and evaluating various styles, functions, processes and patterns of management. Case studies, work projects, seminars and skill development sessions will be used to examine and exchange ideas as well as develop interpersonal skills. Central issues in business, particularly decision-making, cooperation and change, will be explored in groups and classroom settings.
  • Practical experience
    * Students undertake a two-month job placement with an approved employer of their choice. * Students may complete their final semester work placement in Mexico. * Community service can be rewarded in lieu of assignments and as an “outside the classroom learning opportunity” worth bonus marks in some of the courses.
  • Academic Title
    Business Administration (Co-op) Ontario College Advanced Diploma
  • Course description
    SEMESTER ONE (FALL):
    ACC 135 Applied Accounting I
    BCL 130 Microsoft Office I
    BUS 104 Business Skills
    BUS 105 Introduction to Business
    MKT 100 Marketing for Business
    MTH 170 Business Mathematics
        
    SEMESTER TWO (WINTER):
    ACC 184 Managerial Accounting
    BCL 131 Microsoft Office II
    BUS 195 Organizational Behaviour
    CMM 125 College Communication I
    FIN 100 Finance I
    MKT 150 Marketing II
    SBM 226 Entrepreneurial Studies
        
    SEMESTER THREE (SUMMER):

    BUS 200 Co-op Work Term I
        
    SEMESTER FOUR (FALL):
    BUS 155 Personal Effectiveness in Business
    BUS 251 Human Resource Administration
    FIN 150 Fundamentals of Financial Planning
    LAW 230 Business Law
    MKT 311 International Marketing
    MTH 200 Business Statistics

    SEMESTER FIVE (WINTER):
    BUS 275 Customer Service Management
    BUS 290 Career Planning
    BUS 340 Business Policy
    BUS 355 Operations Management
    CMM 180 Business Correspondence
    ECN 105 Principles of Economics
        
    SEMESTER SIX (SUMMER):
    BUS 300 Co-op Work Term II
        
    SEMESTER SEVEN (FALL):
    BUS 201 Business Research Methods
    BUS 253 Health and Safety
    BUS 255 Compensation Management
    BUS 347 Human Resources Planning or
    FNS 110* Canadian Securities Course 1*
    BUS 350 Industrial Relations
    BUS 384 Work Placement Preparation
        
    SEMESTER EIGHT (WINTER - FIRST HALF):

    ACC 232 Payroll Administration
    FNS 160* Canadian Securities Course 2* or
    BUS 304 Research Project
    BUS 342 Business and Government
    BUS 393 Computer Graphics for Business
        
    SEMESTER EIGHT (WINTER - SECOND HALF):

    BUS 385 Work Placement I
        
    * FNS110 and FNS160 are courses which may be offered through Continuing Education and will enable you to write the exams for the Canadian Securities Institute course (FNS110/ 160) and the Canadian Investment Funds course (FNS120). Please contact the Continuing Education office (705) 474-7600 ext. 5600 for information regarding the courses and the extra fees involved. Courses start at the beginning of each semester.

    Certain courses within the program will enable students to obtain advanced standing toward certification with professional groups such as:

        * The Human Resource Professionals Association of Ontario
        * The Purchasing Management Association of Canada
        * The Canadian Securities Commission
        * The Ontario Management Development Program

    With the successful completion of four semesters in the Business Administration (Co-op) program, students are eligible for the Ontario Management Development Program (OMDP) leadership certificate, recognized by both private and public sector employees. Attendance and grade conditions apply.

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