Business

 

Business

Battlefords Campus
Sep 1st, 2017 - Apr 30th, 2018 Full-time
Weekdays : 09:00am to 04:00pm

Tuition: $3749.00 (subject to change)
Application Fee of $35.00
Books: $1500.00 (subject to change)
Print Fee: $50.00

The one-year Business certificate program prepares you for a wide variety of entry-level positions. The program provides a well-rounded business foundation. You'll learn core business concepts, including accounting, finance, management, computers, marketing, human resources, and more.

Job-Ready at Graduation
The classroom mirrors a business environment. You'll work individually and in teams.  You'll turn classroom friendships into a professional network. You'll learn by doing.  This means, for example, that you'll learn about Microsoft Office by using it in class, about business communications by writing reports and about marketing by developing a marketing plan.

Admission Requirements

*Grade 12 with any 30-level math
*English language requirement

NOTE

Computer experience using a Windows application is recommended

Special Admissions:
Applicants who do not possess the academic qualifications for a program may be admitted if evidence of probable success can be established through a special admission assessment. Interested individuals should still apply. Applicants are automatically considered for special admission.


Courses

  • ACCT 122 - Introductory Financial Accounting 1

    Your studies will focus on an introduction to financial accounting designed to provide you with accounting skills to handle business transactions.  The course will include bookkeeping techniques, accounting for a merchandising concern and control over cash and receivables.  Accounting for payroll is also introduced in this course.  ACCT 122 is a companion to ACCT 125 (Introductory Financial Accounting 2) which continues the study of basic financial accounting.

    Delivery Method: Lecture

  • ADMIN 220 - Organizational Behaviour

    You will study human behaviour in organizations and develop the skills needed to deal with people at work.  The course content includes individual behaviour, values, interpersonal relationships and communications, groups and team dynamics, organizational culture, leadership, and change.  You will explore all the topics within the context of diverse formal organizations.

    Delivery Method: Lecture

  • BCOM 105 - Business Communications

    You will develop fundamental employability skills through study of the principles of communication and active listening techniques.  The course content includes development of effective writing skills and formatting.  You will apply the principles and skills by writing business messages for positive, negative and persuasive purposes.  You will examine ways to apply communication skills to cross-cultural situations.  You will learn to apply effective presentation skills when delivering oral presentations and conducting business meetings.  You will write short reports.

    Delivery Method: Lecture

  • COMP 120 - Information Systems

    Your studies will focus on the practical use of Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint from the Microsoft Office Professional software suite.  You will learn a wide range of skills from intermediate to advanced in each of the applications.

    Delivery Method: Lecture

  • ECON 100 - Economics

    You will study the basics of microeconomics and macroeconomics.  Your studies will include economic theory, problems and solutions.  You will gain an understanding in scarcity, opportunity costs, demand and supply; as well as how various market structures determine output and price.  From a macro perspective you will learn about Gross Domestic Product, unemployment and inflation, the role of the government’s spending and taxation, the Canadian banking system, foreign trade and other key macroeconomic variables.

    Delivery Method: Lecture

  • ACCT 125 - Introductory Financial Accounting 2

    Your studies will focus on an introduction to financial accounting building on the skills you learned in ACCT 122 (Introductory Financial Accounting I).  Your studies include these topics: accounting for property, plant and equipment assets, current and long-term liabilities, partnerships, and corporations.  In addition, you will learn to prepare a cash flow statement and perform ratio analysis

    Delivery Method: Lecture

  • ACCT 136 - Automated Financial Accounting 2

    Using an automated accounting software package, you will learn how to enter transactions into journals (general, purchase, payments, sales, cash receipts and payroll) and ledgers (general, accounts receivable, accounts payable and payroll), learn to account for inventory, and learn to prepare banking records.  You will also prepare the initial automated accounting setup for use by a company.

    Delivery Method: Lecture

  • HR 120 - Introduction to Human Resource Management

    Your studies will focus on an overview of human resource management and practices.  You will learn the impact of job analysis; planning, recruiting, and selection processes; training, developing and compensation considerations, and management performance and labour relations.  Employee and organizational ethics are discussed throughout the course with an emphasis on using human resource management to achieve high organizational performance.

    Delivery Method: Lecture

  • LAW 220 - Commercial Law

    Your studies will focus on the field of commercial law.  You will examine in detail the concepts of contract law and how these concepts are influenced by various legislative acts and common law.  Other legal concepts in your studies will focus on: torts, agency, various forms of business organizations, the sale of goods, employment, negotiable instruments, bailments, insurance, real and intellectual property, and secured transactions.

    Delivery Method: Lecture

  • MATH 139 - Business Mathematics

    You will deal with business problems involving ratios, proportions and percent.  You will study the mathematics of merchandizing by examining discounts and markups.  You will deal with the concept of the time value of money and how it is applied to both simple and compound interest.  You will study ordinary annuities and specifically how they relate to mortgages.

    Delivery Method: Lecture

  • MKTG 120 - Marketing

    You will discover the dynamic field of marketing.  You will explore what marketing is, how it works, and the effect it can have on consumers and on society.  At the end of the course, you should have a strong sense of how to market ideas, skills, as well as products and services.  Marketing concepts you will learn include: the strategic marketing planning process, market research, segmentation, positioning, consumer behaviour, and the marketing mix.

    Delivery Method: Lecture