FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMS

 

1. Honours Bachelor Of Commerce

First Year:
ADMISSION REQUIREMENT:

The minimum requirement is satisfactory completion of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) including 6 Ontario Academic Courses (or equivalent) with an overall average of at least 70%. Students must have completed OAC English I (or equivalent). Two of the three OAC maths (or equivalents) are recommended. Students with one of the three OAC maths will be considered.

Business 1011 - Introduction to Management 0.5
Business 1012 - Financial Accounting 0.5
Business 1013 - Business Computing 0.5
Business 1031 - Business Writing I 0.5
Business 1066 - Quantitative Analysis in Management 1.0
Economics 1100 - Principles of Economics 1.0
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective Open Non-Business 1.0
  5.0

Second Year:
ADMISSION REQUIREMENT:

Satisfactory completion of all courses required for Year I - Honours Bachelor of Commerce with an overall average of at least 60%.

Business 2012 - Management Accounting 0.5
Business 2014 - Marketing Management I 0.5
Business 2016 - Operations Management I 0.5
Business 2018 - Organizational Behaviour I 0.5
Business 2019 - Finance I 0.5
Business 2031 - Business Writing II 0.5
Business 2033 - Management Information Systems 0.5
Business 2034 - Marketing Management II 0.5
Business 2039 - Finance II 0.5
Business 2051 - Business Presentations 0.5
  5.0
   
Accounting majors must also take:  
Business 2052 - Intermediate Accounting I 0.5
Business Economics majors must also take:  
Business 2017 - Managerial Economics 0.5
  5.5

Third Year:
ADMISSION REQUIREMENT:

(a) Satisfactory completion of Year II - Honours Bachelor of Commerce with an overall average of at least 70% based on all Year II courses
(b) The student must meet the pre-requisite for each elective selected.

Third Year Core Subjects
Business 3016 - Operations Management II 0.5
Business 3017 - The Canadian Business
Environment
0.5
Business 3018 - Organizational Behaviour II 0.5
Business 3071 - Strategic Management I 0.5
  2.0

 

1. Accounting Major

Third Year Core Subjects (above) 2.0
Business 3051 - Law 0.5
Business 3052 - Intermediate Financial
Accounting II
0.5
Business 3072 - Cost Accounting 0.5
1.5 Full Course Equivalent Electives - Open* 1.5
  5.0

*Note:
Business 3012 - Advanced Financial Accounting and Business 4032 - Topics in Financial Accounting are compulsory in either Year III or IV.

2. Business Economics Major

Third Year Core Subjects (above) 2.0
Economics 2037 - Microeconomics II 0.5
Economics 2203 - Macroeconomics 1.0
0.5 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Economics 0.5
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Open 1.0
  5.0

3. Business Finance Major

Third Year Core Subjects (above) 2.0
Business 2052 - Intermediate Financial
Accounting I
0.5
Business 3019 - Corporate Finance 0.5
Business 3059 - Investment Management 0.5
Economics 2203 - Macroeconomics 1.0
0.5 Full Course Equivalent Electives from:  
Business 3051 - Law  
Business 3052 - Intermediate Financial
Accounting II
 
Business 3072 - Cost Accounting  
Business 4099 - Personal Financial Planning  
Business 4119 - Derivative Securities  
Business 4139 - Risk Management and Insurance  
Business 4272 - Taxation  
Economics 2017 - Microeconomics I  
Economics 3215 - Money and Banking  
Economics 3313 - Public Finance  
Economics 4217 - Econometrics and
Forecasting
0.5
0.5 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Open 0.5
  5.5

4. General Management Major

Third Year Core Subjects (above) 2.0
Business 3051 - Law 0.5
0.5 Full Course Equivalent Elective from each of the following four subject areas:
1. Accounting/Finance 0.5
2. Human ResourcesManagement/-Industrial
Relations
0.5
3. Information Systems/Management
Science/Operations Management
0.5
4. Marketing 0.5
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective -
Open Non-Business
1.0
  5.5

5. Human Resources Management/Industrial Relations Major

Third Year Core Subjects (above) 2.0
Business 3058 - Human Resources
Management
0.5
Business 3218 - Legal Aspects of
Labour/Management Relations
0.5
1.5 Full Course Equivalents from:  
Business 3033 - Management Information
Systems
 
Business 3051 - Law  
Business 4018 - Training and Development  
Business 4058 - Current Issues in Human
Resources Management
 
Business 4078 - Communications for
Managers
 
Business 4098 - Human Resource Planning  
Business 4218 - Managing Organizational
Change
 
Business 4278 - Compensation Management  
Business 4418 - Administering the Collective
Agreement
 
Business 4438 - Strategies in Negotiation  
Business 4458 - Managing Diversity  
Economics 3111 - Labour Economics  
Business 4298/Nursing 4272 - Occupational Health and Safety 1.5
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Open 1.0
  5.5

6. Information Systems Major

Third Year Core Subjects (above) 2.0
Business 3073 - Business Applications Programming 0.5
Business 3213 - Systems Analysis and Design 0.5
Business 3253 - Business Data Communications 0.5
Business 3273 - Website Design and Administration 0.5
Business 4218 - Managing Organizational Change 0.5
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Open 1.0
  5.5

7. International Business Major

2003-2004 Calendar

2004-2005 Calendar
Third Year Core Subjects (above) 2.0
Business 3235 - International Entrepreneurship 0.5
Business 3253 - Business Data Communications 0.5
A first or second year Language Full Course Equivalent 1.0
0.5 Full Course Equivalent Elective from Recommended Electives List (see Fourth Year International Business Major) 0.5
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Open 1.0
  5.5
Third Year Core Subjects (above) 2.0
Business 3235 - International Entrepreneurship 0.5
Business 3273 - Website Design and Administration 0.5
A first or second year Language Full Course Equivalent 1.0
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective from Recommended Electives List (see Fourth Year International Business Major) 1.0
0.5 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Open 0.5
  5.5

 

8. Marketing Major

Third Year Core Subjects (above) 2.0
Business 3014 - Marketing Research 0.5
Business 3034 - Analytical Techniques in Marketing 0.5
Business 3051 - Law 0.5
Business 3054 - Sales and Merchandising
Management
0.5
0.5 Full Course Equivalent Marketing Elective from:
Business 4014 - Marketing Research II  
Business 4034 - Marketing Communications  
Business 4074 - Marketing Channels  
Business 4214 - Topics in Marketing  
Business 4234 - Social Marketing  
Business 4274 - Consumer Behaviour  
Business 4414 - Marketing Strategy 0.5
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Open 1.0
  5.5

Fourth Year:
ADMISSION REQUIREMENT:

Satisfactory completion of Year III - Honours Bachelor of Commerce with an overall average of at least 70% based on all Year III courses.
Graduation Requirement:
Satisfactory completion of all courses required for Year IV - Honours Bachelor of Commerce with an overall average of at least 70% based on all Year IV courses.

Fourth Year Core Subject
Business 4071 - Strategic Management II 0.5
  0.5

1. Accounting Major

Fourth Year Core Subject (above) 0.5
Business 4212 - Accounting Theory 0.5
4.0 Full Course Equivalent Electives - Open which may include the following courses for professional designation*:
Business 3012 - Advanced Financial Accounting  
Business 4032 - Topics in Financial Accounting  
Business 4072 - Advanced Corporate Taxation  
Business 4232 - Controllership  
Business 4252 - Accounting Information Systems  
Business 4272 - Taxation  
Business 4412 - Auditing I  
Business 4432 - Auditing II  
Business 4452 - Information Systems  
Auditing 4.0
  5.0

*Note:
Business 3012 - Advanced Financial Accounting and Business 4032 - Topics in Financial Accounting are compulsory in either year III or IV.

2. Business Economics Major

Fourth Year Core Subject (above) 0.5
Economics 4217 - Econometrics and Forecasting 0.5
2.5 Full Course Equivalent Electives - Economics (at the third year level or above) 2.5
1.5 Full Course Equivalent Electives - Business 1.5
  5.0

3. Business Finance Major

Fourth Year Core Subject (above) 0.5
Business 4039 - Canadian Financial Institutions 0.5
Business 4079 - International Financial Management 0.5
Business 4179 - Portfolio Management 0.5
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective from:  
Business 3051 - Law  
Business 3052 - Intermediate Financial Accounting II  
Business 3072 - Cost Accounting  
Business 4099 - Personal Financial Planning  
Business 4119 - Derivative Securities  
Business 4139 - Risk Management and Insurance  
Business 4159 - Topics in Finance  
Business 4272 - Taxation  
Economics 2017 - Microeconomics I  
Economics 3114 - International Finance  
Economics 3215 - Money and Banking  
Economics 3313 - Public Finance  
Economics 4111 - International Trade  
Economics 4217 - Econometrics and Forecasting 1.0
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Open Business 1.0
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Open 1.0
  5.0

4. General Management Major

Fourth Year Core Subject (above) 0.5
1.5 Full Course Equivalent Electives - Open Business 1.5
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Open Non-Business 1.0
2.0 Full Course Equivalent Electives - Open 2.0
  5.0

5. Human Resources Management/Industrial Relations Major

Fourth Year Core Subject (above) 0.5
2.0 Full Course Equivalent Electives from:  
Business 4238 - Research in Human Resources Management or Business 4258 - Research in Labour Relations  
Business 3033 - Management Information Systems  
Business 3051 - Law  
Business 4018 - Training & Development  
Business 4058 - Current Issues in Human Resources Management  
Business 4078 - Communications for Managers  
Business 4098 - Human Resource Planning  
Business 4218 - Managing Organizational Change  
Business 4278 - Compensation Management  
Business 4418 - Administering the Collective Agreement  
Business 4438 - Strategies in Negotiation  
Business 4458 - Managing Diversity  
Economics 3111 - Labour Economics  
Business 4298/Nursing 4272 - Occupational Health and Safety 2.0
1.5 Full Course Equivalent Electives - Open 1.5
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective -
Open Non-Business
1.0
  5.0

6. Information Systems Major

Fourth Year Core Subject (above) 0.5
Business 4233 - Local Area Networks 0.5
Business 4253 - Advanced Systems Analysis and Design 0.5
Business 4273 - Electronic Commerce 0.5
2.0 Full Course Equivalent Electives - Open Business 2.0
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Open 1.0
  5.0

7. International Business Major

2003-2004 Calendar

2004-2005 Calendar

Fourth Year Core Subject (above) 0.5
Business 4079 - International Financial Management 0.5
1.0 Full Course Equivalent - Languages at the second or third year level 1.0
0.5 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Business 0.5
1.5 Full Course Equivalent Electives from Recommended Electives List (below) 1.5
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Open 1.0
  5.0

RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES LIST

Economics 2119 - Comparative Economic Systems
Economics 3114 - International Finance
Economics 3211 - Economic Development
Economics 4111 - International Trade
History 3309 - Canada's Foreign Economic Policy in the Twentieth Century
Philosophy 2513 - Business and Professional Ethics
Political Science 2611 - World Politics
Political Science 2617 - International Law and Organizations
Political Science 3311 - Third World Politics and Society
Political Science 3313 - Third World Area Studies
Political Science 3319 - Comparative Public Policy
Political Science 3515 - Political Thought and Contemporary Issues
Political Science 4301 - Selected Problems in Comparative Politics
Political Science 4615 - International Political Economy

Fourth Year Core Subject (above) 0.5
Business 4079 - International Financial Management 0.5
1.0 Full Course Equivalent - Languages at the second or third year level 1.0
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Business 1.0
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Electives from Recommended Electives List (below) 1.0
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Open 1.0
  5.0

RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES LIST

Economics 2203 - Macroeconomics
Economics 2511 - Locational Economics
Economics 3133 - Regional Economics
Economics 3211 - Economic Development
Economics 4111 - International Trade
History 3309 - Canada's Foreign Economic Policy in the Twentieth Century
Philosophy 2513 - Business and Professional Ethics
Political Science 2611 - World Politics
Political Science 3312 - Contemporary Politics of Asian Major States
Political Science 3313 - Third World Area Studies
Political Science 3319 - Comparative Public Policy
Political Science 3619 - Foreign Policies of the Major Powers
Political Science 4255 - Canadian Public Policy
Political Science 4312 - Foreign Policies of Japan, China, and India
Political Science 4615 - International Political Economy

 

8. Marketing Major

Fourth Year Core Subject (above) 0.5
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Marketing Elective from: 1.0
Business 4014 - Marketing Research II  
Business 4034 - Marketing Communications  
Business 4074 - Marketing Channels  
Business 4214 - Topics in Marketing  
Business 4234 - Social Marketing  
Business 4274 - Consumer Behaviour  
Business 4414 - Marketing Strategy  
1.5 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Business Non-Marketing 1.5
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Open 1.0
1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Open Non-Business 1.0
  5.0

 

9. Honours Bachelor of Commerce
Co-operative Option
Majors in:
Accounting
Business Finance
Human Resources Management/Industrial Relations
Information Systems
Marketing

REGULATIONS
(a) To be considered for admission to this special program, a student must have satisfactorily completed all courses required for Year I. Students are selected on a competitive basis.
(b) The University will provide employment contacts with participating employers for each student prior to each work period. Students must apply for placement opportunities. Employers make hiring decisions on a competitive basis.
(c) Year to year continuation in the program requires that regular program requirements be met, and all required Business Work Placements be successfully completed.
(d) Work term credits (Business Work Placements) are not applicable towards the completion of a regular Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree or Bachelor of Administration degree.

First Year (Fall/Winter):
See Honours Bachelor of Commerce, First Year.

Second Year (Fall/Winter):
See Honours Bachelor of Commerce, Second Year.

Second Year (Spring/Summer):
Business 2990 - Work Term I

Third Year (Fall/Winter):
See Honours Bachelor of Commerce, Third Year - of the chosen Major

Third Year (Spring/Summer):
Business 3990 - Work Term II

Fourth Year (Fall):
Business 4990 - Work Term III

Fourth Year (Winter):
Business 4992 - Work Term IV

Fourth Year (Spring/Summer):
Business 4993 - Work Term V (optional)

Fifth Year (Fall/Winter):
See Honours Bachelor of Commerce, Fourth Year - of the chosen Major

 

10. Business Minor Programs

Minors are available for Honours Bachelor of Commerce students in their third or fourth years.

(a) Business Finance Minor
Business 2019 - Finance I
Business 2039 - Finance II
Plus any 1.5 Full Course Equivalent Electives listed in the Finance Area of Concentration

(b) Human Resource Management/Industrial Relations Minor
Business 2018 - Organizational Behaviour I
Business 3018 - Organizational Behaviour II
Business 3218 - Legal Aspects of Labour Management Relations
Business 3058 - Human Resources Management
Plus 2 half-courses selected from:
4018 - Training and Development
4278 - Compensation Mangement
4298 - Occupational Health and Safety
4418 - Administering the Collective Agreement

(c) Marketing Minor
Business 2014 - Marketing Management I
Business 2034 - Marketing Management II
Business 3014 - Marketing Research I
Business 3054 - Sales and Merchandising Management
Plus .5 Full Course Equivalent Elective listed in the Marketing Area of Concentration

(d) Accounting Minor
Business 1012 - Financial Accounting
Business 2012 - Management Accounting
Business 2052 - Intermediate Financial Accounting I
Plus 2 half-courses selected from:
3012 - Advanced Financial Accounting
3052 - Intermediate Financial Accounting II
3072 - Cost Accounting
4032 - Topics in Financial Accounting
4272 - Taxation
4412 - Auditing I

 

2. Bachelor Of Administration - Year III

ADMISSION REQUIREMENT:

(a) Satisfactory completion of Year II - Honours Bachelor of Commerce with an overall average of at least 60% based on all Year II courses.
(b) The student must meet the prerequisite for each elective selected.

GRADUATION REQUIREMENT:

Satisfactory completion of Year III - B. Admin. with an overall average of at least 60% in courses used as credit for Year III - Business Administration.

Business 3461 - Management Policy 1.0
Business 3018 - Organizational Behaviour II 0.5
*2.5 Full Course Equivalent Electives - Open Business 2.5
*1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Open 1.0
  5.0

*Note:
A maximum of 1.5 Full Course Equivalent Electives may be taken from any one of the following major areas of concentration:
1. Accounting or
2. Business Finance or
3. Human Resources Management/Industrial Relations or
4. Information Systems/Management Science/Operations Management or
5. Marketing
See page 50 for Course Numbering System.

Note:
1. Core courses cannot be used as elective courses in the program.
2. The courses for Part-time Students and Non-Business Majors, shown in the Course Numbering System list, are not normally accepted as electives.
3. Students cannot choose a first year course as an elective (a course which starts with a number 1) in the graduating year.
4. Students should consult the Chair of Curriculum for advice if in doubt.

 

3. Honours Bachelor of Commerce College Transfer Program

Graduates of six semester (three year) College Business programs who have satisfied the course requirements of the first and second years of the Honours Bachelor of Commerce Program may be admitted to the College Transfer Program. College graduates of Business programs with a minimum "B+" average (cumulative average in business courses) are eligible for admission to the third year of the Honours Bachelor of Commerce Program. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to either the University or a specific program.

For program requirements, students should follow the requirements for their majors as listed above in Third and Fourth Years of the Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree, pages 47-48.

 

4. Bachelor of Administration College Transfer Program

Graduates of six semester (three year) College Business programs who have satisfied the course requirements of the first and second years of the Honours Bachelor of Commerce Program may be admitted to the College Transfer Program. College graduates of Business programs with a minimum "B" average (cumulative average in business courses) are eligible for admission to the third year of the Bachelor of Administration Program. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to either the University or a specific program.

GRADUATION REQUIREMENT:

Satisfactory completion of Year III - B. Admin. with an overall average of at least 60% in courses used for credit in Year III - Business Administration.

Business 3461 - Management Policy 1.0
Business 3017 - The Canadian Business Environment 0.5
*2.5 Full Course Equivalent Electives - Open Business 2.5
*1.0 Full Course Equivalent Elective - Open 1.0
  5.0

*Note:
A maximum of 1.5 Full Course Equivalent Electives may be taken from any one of the following major areas of concentration:
1. Accounting or
2. Finance or
3. Human Resources Management/Industrial Relations or
4. Information Systems/Management Science/Operations Management or
5. Marketing

See page 50 for Course Numbering System.

Note:
1. Core courses cannot be used as elective courses in the program.
2. The courses for Part-time Students and Non-Business Majors, shown in the Course Numbering System list, are not normally accepted as electives.
3. Students cannot choose a first year course as an elective (a course which starts with a number 1) in the graduating year.
4. Students should consult the Chair of Curriculum for advice if in doubt.

5. Honours Bachelor of Commerce Transfer Program from Bachelor of Administration

Upon completion of the Bachelor of Administration degree, students with a 70% average in all their business subjects may enter a special Honours Bachelor of Commerce transfer program.

Regulation 1. Courses used as credit towards obtaining the Bachelor of Administration Degree may not be used as credit in the third or fourth years of the Honours Bachelor of Commerce Degree Program. Where a course taken toward the Bachelor of Administration Degree is equivalent to one specified for the third or fourth year of the H.B. Comm. Program, students will be required to take a substitute course specified by the Faculty of Business Administration.

Regulation 2. Courses used as credit towards obtaining the Honours Bachelor of Commerce Degree may not be used as credit in the one year Bachelor of Administration Degree Program. Where a course taken toward the Honours Bachelor of Commerce Degree is equivalent to one specified for the B. Admin. Program, students will be required to take a substitute course specified by the Faculty of Business Administration.

2004-2005 Calendar

2005-2006 Calendar

6. Master of Science in Management Degree

See Graduate Studies, Faculty of Business Administration, page 275.

7. Master of Management Degree

See Graduate Studies, Faculty of Business Administration, page 275.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6. Entrepreneur Certificate Program

A series of courses designed to improve the competence of individuals in setting up and running their own business.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENT:
This program is only open to non-business students enrolled in any degree program at Lakehead University.

ACADEMIC REGULATIONS:
1. All required courses must be taken at Lakehead University.
2. The certificate will be conferred at the same time as/upon completion of a degree at Lakehead University provided the student has attained a grade of no less than 60% in each of the courses of the certificate program.

REQUIRED COURSES:
Business 1011 or 1511
Business 1012 or 1512
Business 1013 or 1513
Business 2514
Business 2538
Business 3215

7. Master of Science in Management Degree

See the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Graduate Programs offered by the Faculty of Business Administration, page 275.

8. Master of Management Degree

See the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Graduate Programs offered by the Faculty of Business Administration, page 275.


 

Course Numbering System
Faculty Of Business Administration

Area of Concentration

Final Digit in Course No.
   
General Management/Policy and Strategy

1
Accounting

2
Information Systems

3
Marketing

4
Entrepreneurship

5
Management Science/Operations Management

6
Business Economics

7
Human Resources Management/Industrial
Relations

8
Finance

9

General Management/Policy and Strategy:

1011 - Introduction to Management
1031 - Business Writing I
1511 - Basics of Management
2031 - Business Writing II
2051 - Business Presentations
3017 - The Canadian Business Environment
3051 - Law
3071 - Strategic Management I
3461 - Management Policy
4011 - Independent Research
4071 - Strategic Management II

Accounting:

1012 - Financial Accounting
1512 - Basics of Accounting
2012 - Management Accounting
2052 - Intermediate Financial Accounting I
3012 - Advanced Financial Accounting
3052 - Intermediate Financial Accounting II
3072 - Cost Accounting
4032 - Topics in Financial Accounting
4072 - Advanced Corporate Taxation
4212 - Accounting Theory
4232 - Controllership
4272 - Taxation
4412 - Auditing I
4432 - Auditing II
4452 - Information Systems Auditing

Information Systems:

1013 - Business Computing
1513 - Basics of Business Computing
2033 - Management Information Systems
3073 - Business Applications Programming
3213 - Systems Analysis and Design
3233 - Microcomputer Business Solutions
3253 - Business Data Communications
3273 - Website Design and Administration
3293 - Database Processing
4233 - Local Area Networks
4253 - Advanced Systems Analysis and Design
4273 - Electronic Commerce

Marketing:

2014 - Marketing Management I
2034 - Marketing Management II
3014 - Marketing Research I
3034 - Analytical Techniques in Marketing
3054 - Sales and Merchandising Management
4014 - Marketing Research II
4034 - Marketing Communications
4074 - Marketing Channels
4214 - Topics in Marketing
4234 - Social Marketing
4274 - Consumer Behaviour
4414 - Marketing Strategy

Entrepreneurship:

2514 - Entrereneurial Marketing
2538 - Entrepreneurial Human Resources
3215 - Principles of Entrepreneurship

Management Science/Operations Management

1066 - Quantitative Analysis in Management
2016 - Operations Management I
3016 - Operations Management II
3076 - Seminar in Operations Management

Business Economics

2017 - Managerial Economics
3017 - The Canadian Business Environment

Human Resources Management/Industrial Relations:

2018 - Organizational Behaviour I
3018 - Organizational Behaviour II
3058 - Human Resources Management
3218 - Legal Aspects of Labour Management Relations
4018 - Training and Development
4038 - Organizational Structure and Design
4058 - Current Issues in Human Resources Management
4078 - Communications for Managers
4098 - Human Resource Planning
4218 - Managing Organizational Change
4238 - Research in Human Resources Management
4258 - Research in Labour Relations
4278 - Compensation Management
4298 - Occupational Health and Safety
4418 - Administering the Collective Agreement
4438 - Strategies in Negotiation
4458 - Managing Diversity

Finance

2019 - Finance I
2039 - Finance II
3019 - Corporate Finance
3059 - Investment Management
4039 - Canadian Financial Institutions
4079 - International Financial Management
4099 - Personal Financial Planning
4119 - Derivative Securities
4139 - Risk Management and Insurance
4159 - Topics in Finance
4179 - Portfolio Management

Courses for Part-time Students and Non-Business Majors:

These courses provide part-time students and non-business majors with an appreciation of the challenge facing practicing managers. The courses attempt to stimulate the entrepreneurial spirit in part-time students and those pursuing other majors. Completion of each course with a mark of at least 60% is a prerequisite (together with all other prerequisites listed in the Calendar) for registration by non-business majors in every advanced business course.

1511 - Basics of Management
1512 - Basics of Accounting
1513 - Basics of Business Computing
2518 - Fundamentals of Human Resources Management I


See also:
Faculty of Business Administration
- Undergraduate Programs:
- Introduction
- Courses
- Regulations
- Professional Designations

Faculty of Graduate Studies
- Information/Regulations
- Faculty of Business Administration

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