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BUSINESS LAW
BUS 300
A survey of the law pertaining to business administrators. Topics include: legal approach to business problems, resolution of disputes, torts, contracts, sale of goods, consumer law, employment law, forms of doing business and intellectual property law. 3 units of credit. Text extra
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5771 Sept 18-Dec 4, Wed, 6:00P-9:30P $256.62
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS 2
COM 203
This course enhances the skills attained in Communication for Business I by applying them to writing projects, team interaction, and formal presentations. Students learn to write various reports including informational and analytical reports. Research techniques including the use of databases and APA documentation methods are studied. Students will work in teams to construct and present a major formal report. 3 units of credit. Text extra
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5794 Sept 19-Dec 5, Thu, 6:00P-9:30P $256.62
INTRODUCTION TO TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION
COM 210
An overview of written communication in an increasingly technological workplace. Learn how to write for readers and communicate technical information to both technical and non-technical audiences. Use a systematic and recursive process to create a variety of technical documents from descriptions and instructions to proposals and recommendation reports. Apply a self-development model for the enhancement of professional communication skills. 3 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5681 Sep 7-Dec 14, Sat, 8:00A-11:00A $274.95
MICRO ECONOMICS
ECN 210
This course is an introduction to microeconomics which examines specific sectors within the entire economy. The two foundations of microeconomics are the concepts of demand and supply. These foundations can be applied to both the product markets and the resource markets. Microeconomics also studies the behaviours of individual firms and industries within the different market structures. The microeconomist often specializes in one particular sector of the economy, for example, the automotive industry or the health care industry. The microeconomist is often referred to as a ‘consultant’ for a particular industry or a particular sector of the economy. The relevance of the economy in today’s world reinforces the importance of the study of economics as part of the student’s overall business studies’ education.3 units of credit. Text extra
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5776 Sept 25-Dec 11, Wed, 6:00P-9:30P $256.62
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RESOURCES
MGN 105
An introduction to the study of human resources concepts dealing with the development and direction of people, including recruitment, selection, testing, placement, induction and training. The merit rating, wages and hours as well as program orientation for the worker will be presented. Elements of progressive discipline along with applicable Provincial and Federal Legislation is also part of the course content.. 3 units of credit. Text extra
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5774 Sept 17-Dec 3, Tue, 6:00P-9:30P $256.62
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
MGN 310
A survey of the law pertaining to business administrators. Topics include: legal approach to business problems, resolution of disputes, torts, contracts, sale of goods, consumer law, employment law, forms of doing business and intellectual property law. 3 units of credit. Text extra
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5775 Sept 25-Dec 11, Wed, 6:00P-9:30P $256.62
COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYMENT BENEFITS
MGN 440
This course will cover the philosophy and practical application of salary and wage compensation as a specialty within the human resource management field. The course will introduce the principles involved in developing and maintaining effective salary and wage compensation programs for employees through the study of compensation policies, techniques and objectives. Specific topics include job analysis, job evaluation, labour market surveys, job pricing and salary administration. 3 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5829 Sep 21-Dec 7, Sat, 10:00A-1:30P $256.62
INTRODUCTION TO CANADIAN MARKETING
MRK 202
The essence of marketing is to develop, produce, and position a product that meets the need of its potential buyers. This course introduces the student to the four (4) P’s of Marketing - Product, Price, Place and Promotion. This course also focuses on critical issues that shape contemporary marketing practice - relationship marketing, social responsibility marketing, total quality management, the impact of technology on marketing, database and direct marketing, internet and event marketing, and sponsorships. 3 units of credit. Text extra
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5770 Sept 16-Dec 9, Mon, 6:00P-9:30P $256.62
PROGRAM & EVENT PLANNING
MRK 311
This course provides students with a practical understanding of the guidelines and procedures used in planning, executing and managing events. This course examines fundamental principles and techniques of planning and managing all aspects of events from conception to completion. It involves the role of volunteers, program and event objectives and concepts to assist planning various types of events. Areas of study include recreation, sport and leisure programming, event management and program design. 3 units of credit. Text Extra
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5797 Sept 17-Dec 3, Tue, 6:00P-9:30P $256.62
MULTIMEDIA SALES PRESENTATIONS
MRK 317
A behavioural approach to sales techniques; the role and evaluation of personal selling; salespeople as marketing managers of their territory; practical sales preparations and presentations; the importance of the territory manager to the company’s marketing strength. Students will identify the importance of time management, self-starting and customer servicing to the selling process. 4 units of credit. Text Extra
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5791 Sept 16-Dec 2, Mon, Wed, 6:00P-8:30P $336.05
ADVERTISING MANAGEMENT
MRK 325
Advertising Management is a study of the nature and scope of advertising management, through mass media (including newspapers, magazines, direct mail, radio, television and telemarketing). Media sales and practical instruction in layout, copywriting, market analysis, advertising techniques, decision making and advertising campaigns are presented and analyzed.3 units of credit. Text extra
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5777 Sept 19-Dec 5, Thu, 6:00P-9:30P $256.62
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
MRK 332
This course presents the challenges of integrating an organization’s operations with supply chain and logistics management to enable the company to compete successfully in the increasingly competitive global business environment. Areas of concern include but are not limited to JIT, inventory management, turnover, ROI and forecasting. 3 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5684 Aug 26-Oct 6, Fri: 5:00P-8:00P, Sat: 11:00A-3:00P $256.62
TECHNO MARKETING
MRK 340
Many marketers feel that the emergence of social media is the most important aspect of marketing today. The demand for educated personnel with the latest technological marketing skills is vital. This course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of the new technology being utilized in present day marketing. Focus will be placed on communicating to a fragmented, mobile and multi-tasking audience. Specific topics will investigate the use of marketing via the internet, email, mobile applications, related technologies such as advergaming, social media (Blogs, Youtube, Social Networking sites), search engine optimization as well as the issues related to these items. 3 units of credit. Students will need to purchase access to web-based simulation software. Instructions will be provided in class.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5767 Sept 18-Dec 4, Wed, 6:00P-9:30P $256.62
MARKET RESEARCH
MRK 420
Marketing Research is an advanced course in marketing, which studies the history and current trends of marketing research. Marketing research provides both data and information, which aid in the decision making of both the marketing department, and the organization overall. Through case studies, research projects and in-class assignments, students practice marketing research skills and techniques. 3 units of credit. Text extra
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5768 Sept 24-Dec 10, Tue, 6:00P-9:30P $256.62
MARKETING RESEARCH PROJECTS
MRK 427
Microcomputer course designed to give the student hands-on application of marketing functions. The student should be able to perform, in a workshop setting, the application of marketing data in order to solve marketing problems. A research report applying Market Research theory, using a microcomputer and dealing with the problem of a person or organization is required. 3 units of credit.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5779 Sept 19-Dec 5, Thu, 6:00P-9:30P $256.62
MARKETING MANAGEMENT
MRK 432
This course is designed to focus on the major concepts and tools available for use by marketing managers in today’s increasingly competitive business environments. It is devoted to an explanation of marketing functions with specific reference to pricing decisions, understanding markets, building brand equity, and positioning strategies. Current marketing situations will be identified whenever possible. 3 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5780 Sept 16-Dec 9, Mon, 6:00P-9:30P $256.62
STATISTICAL CONCEPTS
MTH 237
This course introduces the student to the collection of data, graphs, frequency, distribution, summation notation, measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability, normal distribution, sampling distribution, estimation, regression and correlation analysis using scientific calculators and other modes of technology.3 units of credit. Text extra
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5772 Sept 16-Dec 9, Mon, 6:00P-9:30P $256.62
MATHEMATICS OF PERSONAL FINANCE
MTH 146
This course is designed primarily for first year business students and is an introductory course in business mathematics. Topics include a review of basic arithmetic and algebra, ratio, proportion and percent; linear equations and business applications; discount, markup, and markdown; simple interest, compound interest, and annuities. Although the focus is on mathematical calculation, significant attention is given to mastery of the specialized terminology associated with business studies. 4 units of credit. Text extra
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5789 Sept 17-Nov 28, Tue, Thu, 6:00P-8:30P $336.05
MATHEMATICS FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
MTH 100A
In this course, the student will learn how to convert and perform operations within different number systems, apply definitions related to set theory, perform operations on sets, construct and apply truth tables and Boolean tables to solve problems, draw Venn diagrams, circuits, and logic networks (using gates) and verify set, logic and Boolean properties. 3 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5680 Sep 7-Dec 14, Sat, 1:00P-4:00P $274.95
INTRODUCTION TO WORD-PROCESSING
MIC 101
This introductory course in computer applications provides you with a foundation of general computer skills in Microsoft Office Word. A significant component of the course will be the development of your ability to use online and computer assisted learning. A modular, self-directed approach will utilize computer training software to develop your skills. No prior computer experience is assumed. 1 unit of credit.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5778 Sept 16-Dec 9, Mon, 6:00P-8:00P $146.64
INTRO SPREADSHEETS USING MS-EXCEL
MIT 123
This course provides the student with an intermediate-level hands-on experience using the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet application software. Students will focus on building basic competency in the use of Microsoft Excel. Students will also create and enhance a variety of spreadsheets and workbooks of increasing complexity to manipulate data for a variety of uses. Emphasis is on practice to achieve mastery level in each competency taught within the course. In-class Simulation Labs are a major component of the course syllabus. 2 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5673 Sep 6-Dec 13, Fri, 2:00P-4:00P $183.30
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION I
MIT 211
This course is designed to provide the student with the ability to understand and utilize operating systems. Through theoretical study and practical application, the student will develop skills required to provide microcomputer support to a Windows environment and other microcomputer operating systems. 4 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5694 Sep 6-Dec 13, Fri, 4:00P-8:00P $366.60
NETWORKING I
MIT 146
This is the first in a series of four networking courses using the Cisco Networking Academy Program approved textbook and related web-based materials. This course introduces the architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the Internet and other computer networks. It uses the OSI and TCP layered models to examine the nature and roles of protocols and services at the application, network, data link, and physical layers. The principles and structure of IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations are introduced to provide a foundation for the curriculum. Students build simple LAN topologies by applying basic principles of cabling; performing basic configurations of network devices, including routers and switches and implementing IP addressing schemes. 5 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5675 Sep 7-Dec 14, Sat, 8:00A-1:00P $458.25
NETWORKING II
MIT 246
This second in a series of four networking courses uses the Cisco Networking Academy Program approved textbook and related web-based materials. This course describes the architecture, components, and operation of routers, and explains the principles of routing and routing protocols. Students analyze, configure, verify, and troubleshoot the primary routing protocols RIPv1, RIPv2, EIGRP, and OSPF. By the end of this course, students will be able to recognize and correct common routing issues and problems. Basic configuration, implementation, and troubleshooting labs reinforce new concepts, and allow students to model and analyze routing processes that may be difficult to visualize or understand. 5 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5695 Sep 7-Dec 14, Sat, 1:00P-6:00P $458.25
NETWORKING III
MIT 346
This third in a series of four networking courses uses the Cisco Networking Academy Program approved textbook and related web-based materials. In this course, students develop an in-depth understanding of the strategies on how networks can be designed to be highly functional. Beginning with a foundational overview of Ethernet, this course provides detailed explanations of LAN switch operation. Campus network design and Layer 3 switching concepts are introduced. 5 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5699 Sep 7-Dec 14, Sat, 8:00A-1:00P $458.25
NETWORKING IV
MIT 446
This fourth and final course in a series of four networking courses uses the Cisco Networking Academy Program approved textbook and related web-based materials. This course explains the principles of traffic control and access control lists (ACLs) and provides an overview of the services and protocols at the data link layer for wide-area access. Students learn about user access technologies and devices and discover how to implement and configure Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE), DSL, and Frame Relay. WAN security concepts, tunneling, and VPN basics are introduced. 5 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5703 Sep 7-Dec 14, Sat, 1:00P-6:00P $458.25
HTML AND CSS
WEB 110
This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to the techniques that are used to create content for the web. Students will develop a good understanding of HTML with an introduction to CSS. Topics include: Web design considerations, working with text, images, links, navigation, using tables for tabular data, the use of multimedia in web pages, and CSS to control presentation. 4 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5674 Sep 6-Dec 13, Fri, 4:00P-9:00P $366.60
INTRODUCTORY PROGRAMMING LOGIC
MIT 153
This course is designed to introduce the student to general computer concepts and the programming process. Students will study the fundamental concepts of how computers operate and process instructions. Emphasis is placed on basic programming logic. Using a modern programming language, students will practice the construction of programming algorithms that utilize basic control structures, data structures and functions. 4 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5679 Sep 7-Dec 14, Sat, 4:00P-8:00P $366.60
INTRO TO DATABASE CONCEPTS
MIT 227
This course is designed to provide students with a complete introduction to database concepts and the relational database model. At the completion of this course, students should be able to understand a user’s database requirements and translate those requirements into a valid database design. MS Access will be used to provide a hands-on application-oriented experience to support the theory component. 4 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5696 Sep 7-Dec 14, Sat, 12:00P-4:00P $366.60
JAVA SCRIPT I
WEB 230
This course introduces the student to the creation of dynamic Web pages using the popular Web scripting language, JavaScript! This course is perfect for beginning programmers with prior knowledge of HTML. Students will be introduced to Object-Oriented JavaScript and the debugging of JavaScript code. 4 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5697 Sep 7-Dec 14, Sat, 4:00P-8:00P $366.60
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION II
MIT 311
The course will enable the student to install and upgrade microcomputer systems. It is designed to enable the student to understand the capabilities of various equipment and system software, so that he/she will be able to specify equipment purchases and support user needs. 4 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5702 Sep 7-Dec 14, Sat, 3:00P-7:00P $366.60
HELP DESK ANALYST
MIT 502
A study of the responsibilities of a help desk analyst. The student will learn how to support clients efficiently, quickly, and politely. The student will become familiar with instructions for the client in an on-line environment. The student will also learn the value of teamwork, processes, procedures and skill sets related to the Help Desk environment. 4 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5700 Sep 7-Dec 14, Sat, 8:00A-12:00P $366.60
NETWORK ADMINISTRATION
MIT 403
This course will focus on distributed computing with emphasis on both the Local Area Network, (LAN), and the Wide Area Network, (WAN), using a GUI Network Operating System. Students will gain theoretical and practical experience in the administration and configuration of current Microsoft Windows Workstation and Server operating systems. Topics covered will include; the various methods of installation, Service Pack updates, client/server management and configuration, user and group management, print services, and Active Directory. 4 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5698 Sep 7-Dec 14, Sat,-10:00A-2:00P $366.60
LINUX I
MIT 416
This course will introduce the student to basic concepts of the Linux operating systems. This course will cover the basic commands, file system, file security, users and groups, utility programs, SSH, server administration, and text editors. 4 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5704 Sep 7-Dec 14, Sat,-2:00P-6:00P $366.60
NETWORK SECURITY I
MIT 420
This course will focus primarily on Network and Computer security, with continued emphasis on the Microsoft family of Network and Operating System products. Through the use of various security tools and software, students will gain an in-depth understanding of the various security standards and methodologies employed within the computing industry. Detecting and protecting against intrusion, working with various encryption techniques and cryptography, firewall, e-mail, Web, and file transfer security constitute a majority of the course. 4 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5705 Sep 7-Dec 14, Sat, 10:00A-2:00P $366.60
PHP (SERVER WEB DEVELOPMENT)
MIT 439
This course builds on a student's programming skills by introducing them to the PHP language. PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) is a cross-platform scripting language that is particularly well-suited for web development. This course will introduce students to the PHP language, while writing basic PHP programs. Focus is placed on language syntax and data structures, flow control syntax, built-in functions, and best practices. This course will prepare students for the next course: WEB 310 Developing WEB Applications with PHP. 4 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5706 Sep 7-Dec 14, Sat, 9:00A-1:00P $366.60
JAVA PROGRAMMING I
MAD 100
This course introduces students to the fundamental programming concepts using the Java language. Students will learn the proper use of control structures such as selection, looping and modularization. They will also become proficient at using the basic Java syntax to implement program designs. Students will learn how a language such as Java handles various primitive data types and how standard classes are used to support the storage and manipulation of more complex data. Students will be introduced to “Encapsulation”, the first concept of Object Oriented Programming (OOP). 5 units of credit. Text Extra.
FALL
WINDSOR 050 5831 Sep 17-Dec 3, Tue, 4:00P-9:00P $366.60

Accounting Studies Certificate

(10 courses required) ACC110 Accounting Concepts I
ACC210 Accounting Concepts II
ACC328 Intermediate Accounting I
ACC428 Intermediate Accounting II
ACC320 Cost Accounting
ACC326* Accounting Software Applications (Sage 50 Accounting)

PLUS: Select 3 General Business Electives and 1 elective ending with “G” from the Humanities/Social Sciences section. Example: SSC 110G
*ACC 326 is not currently offered through online delivery. Please contact the School of Business for available in-class sections. ONT 149 Computerized Accounting (online delivery) may be used instead of ACC 326.

Management Studies Certificate
Online delivery

This professional certificate program is designed for students seeking employment as First-Line or Middle managers, or those individuals who wish to update and expand their skills in order to advance their career. Students will explore the four main management activities/functions, Planning, Organizing, Leading and Controlling. Those who have spent a minimum of 5 years in a Management Level position may be eligible to apply for a Prior Learning Assessment (PLA).

Students who successfully complete the following courses will be eligible to receive a Certificate in Management Studies. In addition the Human Resources courses may be accredited by the Human Resources Professional Association of Ontario towards the Comprehensive Knowledge Exam.

The following 10 courses are required: ACC 110 Accounting Concepts I
BUS 108 Introduction to Canadian Business
BUS 300 Business Law
BUS 434 Supervisory Development
COM 200 Communications & Today’s Workplace
MGN 105 Introduction to Human Resources (Replaces MGN 340)
MGN 310 Organizational Behaviour
MGN 320 Management Principles
MGN 450 Training & Development
MGN 490 Employment Law

Human Resource Studies Certificate
Online delivery

(10 courses required) MGN 105 Introduction to Human Resources (Replaces MGN 340)
MGN 310 Organizational Behaviour
MGN 320 Management Principles
MGN 330 Industrial Relations
MGN 430 Collective Bargaining & Dispute Resolution
MGN 440 Compensation & Employee Benefits

PLUS: Select 3 General Business Electives and 1 elective ending with “G” from the Humanities/Social Sciences section. Example: SSC 110G

QUICKBOOKS I
GNR 371N
This twelve hour workshop will instruct students on how QuickBooks can handle their personal and small business accounting. Topics include cash transactions, accruals, accounts payable, accounts receivable, inventory, reports and payroll. Students MUST have Accounting and Windows experience. Text extra. Please bring memory stick.
Fall
Windsor 050 5136 Sep. 25-Oct 16, Wed 6:30P-9:30P $146.90 (Tuition $130.00 HST $16.90)
Winter
Windsor 050 1214 Jan. 22-Feb 12, Wed 6:30P-9:30P $146.90 (Tuition $130.00 HST $16.90)
QUICKBOOKS II
GNR 837N
Building upon QuickBooks GNR 371N, this twelve hour workshop covers setting up and managing inventory including working with purchase orders and adjusting inventory, payroll with ROE and T4s, sales tax, customer statements with charges, and customizing reports and memorized reports. Students MUST have Accounting and Windows experience. Pre-requisite: GNR 371N. Text extra. Please bring memory stick.
Fall
Windsor 050 5137 Oct. 30-Nov 20, Wed 6:30P-9:30P $146.90 (Tuition $130.00 HST $16.90)
Winter
Windsor 050 1215 Feb. 26-Mar 18, Wed 6:30P-9:30P $146.90 (Tuition $130.00 HST $16.90)
Computerized Accounting
ONT 149
In this course, students are introduced to a multi-module accounting software program designed for small to medium-size businesses. Students use the software and their knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) to create and maintain accounting records, including period end procedures and the creation of financial statements for sole proprietorships. 3 units of credit. Text extra. NOTE: This course is offered through Ontario Learn. Once registered, please go to http://www.stclaircollege.ca/online/howtogetstarted.html for instructions about how to start this course.
Fall
Online 065 5080 Sep. 10-Dec. 17 $339.12 (includes $82.50 online fee)
Accounting Concepts I
ACC 110
This course provides a conceptual approach to the study of the basic principles of accounting and financial statements. The accounting cycle, as an aid to the preparation of financial statements, will be applied. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 5000 Sep. 16-Dec. 6 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Winter
Online 065 1035 Jan. 20-Apr. 10 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Accounting Concepts II
ACC 210
Conclusion of the presentation made in ACC 110. Particular emphasis is given to the application of accounting principles in the disclosure of assets, liabilities and equity. A study is made of the uses of financial data by interested parties and management. Pre-Requisite ACC 110. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 4999 Sep. 16-Dec. 6 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Winter
Online 065 1070 Jan. 20-Apr. 10 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Payroll Accounting
ACC 310C
This is a project-oriented course designed to develop a student's practical accounting skills and build on their academic knowledge. Practice sets and various accounting projects are to be completed. Pre-requisite: ACC 210. 2 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 5133 Sep. 16-Dec. 6 $232.30 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Cost Accounting
ACC 320
An introduction to the study of costs for inventory valuation, income determination and control. Emphasis will be placed on three cost elements: job costing, process cost systems, and the many uses of cost data in decision-making management. Pre-Requisite ACC 210. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Windsor 050 5038 Sep. 10-Oct. 17, Tue/Thu, 6:00P-9:30P $256.62
Winter
Online 065 1006 Jan. 20-Apr. 11 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Intermediate Accounting I
ACC 328
This course is the first offering of Intermediate Accounting to Accounting Major students. An in-depth study is made of generally accepted accounting principles as they relate to the preparation of financial statements and to revenue recognition. This course will introduce “International Financial Reporting Standards” (IFRS) and its impact on basic financial statements. Pre-Requisite ACC 210. 4 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1005 Jan. 20-Apr. 11 $378.94 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Canadian Income Tax I
ACC 335
This course examines the Income Tax Act as it applies to individuals. Topics covered are: income, deductions from income, tax credits, and calculations of taxes payable. Pre-Requisite ACC 210. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1026 Jan. 20-Apr. 11 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Management Accounting I
ACC 420
Management accounting, focusing on internal customers, will identify, measure, analyze, interpret and communicate information that assists executives and managers in fulfilling organizational goals. Topics emphasized, include activity-based costing, budgets, standards, variance analysis, income effects of alternative costing methods, and cost behaviour. Interlaced throughout are insights into human relations and motivational problems inherent in the role of the accountant.Pre-Requisite ACC 320. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Windsor 050 5039 Oct. 21-Dec. 5, Tue/Thu, 6:00P-9:30P $256.62
Introduction to Canadian Business
BUS 108
This course is designed to introduce the student to the fundamentals of the Canadian business system. Students will develop an understanding of the basic practices of business and become familiar with common business terminology. The knowledge and skills learned in this course can be applied directly to many business situations and will provide a solid foundation for business activities and future business courses. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1036 Jan. 20-Apr. 11 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Business Law
BUS 300
A survey of the law pertaining to business administrators. Topics include: legal approach to business problems, resolution of disputes, torts, contracts, sale of goods, consumer law, employment law, forms of doing business and intellectual property law. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1025 Jan. 20-Apr. 11 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Supervisory Development
BUS 434
This course provides the student with an overview of the purpose and responsibilities of a supervisor in today’s work environment. In response to changes at work, people may be called upon to serve as a supervisor. Accountable for the work of their subordinates, all supervisors must assign, monitor and evaluate performance, and provide feedback, training and support. This course provides a foundation for the student to develop from a competent employee to an effective manager. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 066 4996 Sep. 16-Dec. 7 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Macro Economics
ECN 110
This course is an introduction to macroeconomics with the objective of giving college students an overview of basic economic concepts including the flow of income among households, businesses, and governments; employment theory and price stability; fiscal policies; the Bank of Canada and monetary policies. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 5012 Sep. 16-Dec. 7 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Winter
Online 065 1013 Jan. 20-Apr. 11 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Micro Economics
ECN 210
This course is an introduction to microeconomics which examines specific sectors within the entire economy. The two foundations of microeconomics are the concepts of demand and supply. These foundations can be applied to both the product markets and the resource markets. Microeconomics also studies the behaviors of individual firms and industries within the different market structures. The micro economist often specializes in one particular sector of the economy, for example, the automotive industry or the health care industry. The micro economist is often referred to as a ‘consultant’ for a particular industry or a particular sector of the economy. The relevance of the economy in today’s world reinforces the importance of the study of economics as part of the student’s overall business education. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1092 Jan. 20-Apr. 11 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Entrepreneurship
ENT 500
Entrepreneurs play a key role in the Canadian economy. This course is an introduction to provide students with the basic knowledge required to plan, start, and manage a small business or some form of self-employment. It presents actual skills that students will use throughout their working lives. It will provide knowledge and skills through many practical applications for both employment situations (small businesses) and personal financial management. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1088 Jan. 20-Apr. 11 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Introduction to Human Resources
MGN 105
An introduction to the study of human resources concepts dealing with the development and direction of people, including: recruitment, selection, testing, placement, induction and training. The merit rating, wages and hours as well as program orientation for the worker will be presented. Elements of progressive discipline along with applicable Provincial and Federal Legislation is also part of the course content. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1112 Jan. 20-Apr. 10 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Business Ethics
MGN 300
A survey of the law pertaining to business administrators. Topics include: legal approach to business problems, resolution of disputes, torts, contracts, sale of goods, consumer law, employment law, forms of doing business and intellectual property law. 2 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 4957 Sep. 16-Dec. 7 $232.30 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Organizational Behavior
MGN 310
This course is designed to help students relate the basic elements of organizational behavior and their importance to our day-to-day relationships with others, especially in the workplace. Special emphasis is given to the study of group dynamics, leadership, morale, communication and organizational behavior as it affects productivity in a business enterprise. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 5013 Sep. 16-Dec. 7 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Winter
Online 065 1090 Jan. 20-Apr. 10 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Management Principles
MGN 320
This course presents an overview of the basic principles and practices used by managers in operating a modern organization. The course will help students understand management principles and practices in relation to four core management functions: planning, organizing, leading and controlling. Students will gain an understanding of the important external and internal forces that affect a manager’s ability to achieve high levels of performance as they plan, organize, lead and control the organization. Students will also learn how to perform as both leaders and followers in groups and teams. Topics include the key characteristics and roles of managers, ethics and social responsibility, decision-making, structures of organizations, leadership types and styles, as well as effective and efficient methods of control. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 5014 Sep. 16-Dec. 7 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Winter
Online 065 1064 Jan. 20-Apr. 11 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Industrial Relations
MGN 330
This course is designed to help the student to learn the basic principles and technical skills required in Industrial Relations to work successfully within the union-management relationship. Areas of study will include the management-union relationship, analysis of legal and institutional framework within which unions operate, union policies and practices, management policies on labor, legislation, the trend of labor relations, collective bargaining, the arbitration process and contract language . 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 4967 Sep. 16-Dec. 6 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Collective Bargaining & Dispute Resolution
MGN 430
This course is designed to assist the student in developing negotiation skills, an understanding of the union-management relationship, and contract language and its development. Mediation and arbitration practices will also be studied to develop dispute resolution skills. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1015 Jan. 20-Apr. 11 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Training & Development
MGN 450
This course will provide participants with an understanding of the processes of assessing staff training needs, designing and administering staff training and development programs, as well as costing and evaluating the effectiveness of such programs. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1072 Jan. 20-Apr. 11 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Occupational Health & Safety
MGN 470
Occupational Health and Safety studies the identification, evaluation and control of safety hazards associated with the work environment. The major objective of this course is to help students develop a solid understanding of occupational health and safety legislation, processes, procedures, and techniques involved in workplace safety hazard recognition, assessment and control. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 4976 Sep. 16-Dec. 7 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Human Resource Planning
MGN 480
This course is about improving performance in modern, complex organizations. The focus here is on organizational, group and individual level performance, the factors that have an impact on performance and actions that improve it. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 4997 Sep. 16-Dec. 6 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Employment Law
MGN 490
This course is designed to develop the student's understanding of how the law affects the employment relationship (particular jurisdictional emphasis in Ontario). Common law principles and relevant legislation will be used to demonstrate the legal aspects of the entire employment relationship, from the job opening to termination. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 5001 Sep. 16-Dec. 7 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Introduction to Canadian Marketing
MRK 202
The essence of marketing is to develop, produce, and position a product that meets the need of its potential buyers. This course introduces the student to the four (4) P’s of Marketing - Product, Price, Place and Promotion. This course also focuses on critical issues that shape contemporary marketing practice - relationship marketing, social responsibility marketing, total quality management, the impact of technology on marketing, database and direct marketing, internet and event marketing, and sponsorships. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 4978 Sep. 16-Dec. 7 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Winter
Online 065 1047 Jan. 20-Apr. 11 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Advertising Management
MRK 325
Advertising Management is a study of the nature and scope of advertising management, through mass media (including newspapers, magazines, direct mail, radio, television and telemarketing). Media sales and practical instruction in layout, copywriting, market analysis, advertising techniques, decision making and advertising campaigns are presented and analyzed. Pre-requisite: MRK 202. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 5007 Sep. 16-Dec. 7 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)

Human Resources Management Graduate Certificate

This graduate (post-diploma or post-degree) certificate program is intended for those seeking employment in Human Resources Management or for individuals already in the field who wish to update and expand their skills in order to pursue a career in Human Resources Management and secure the CHRP designation. For further information go to www.hrpa.org or call 1-800-387-1311.

Students who meet the graduate certificate admissions criteria and successfully complete the required courses will qualify for a graduate certificate in Human Resources Management from St. Clair College. Prospective candidates who are planning to begin taking courses towards this credential on or after September 1, 2008 should be aware that at the time of application for the graduate certificate, they will be required to show proof of a previous diploma or degree from an approved post-secondary institution or the equivalent in years of professional experience in the Human Resources field. Individuals with questions about this should call (519) 972-2711.

In addition, the courses will be accredited by the Human Resources Professional Association of Ontario towards the Comprehensive Knowledge Exam. Students who have completed the Human Resources Studies Certificate will be able to further their studies through this program.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

Two or three-year college diploma or university degree

NOTE: Continuing Education students who began the Human Resources Management Graduate Certificate program prior to Spring 2018 should consult the Continuing Education Office for advice regarding program completion, at (519) 972-2711 or coned@stclaircollege.ca.

HRM110 Accounting Principles I
HRM105 Human Resources Management
HRM310 Organizational Behaviour and Change Management
HRM330 Employee - Management Relations
HRM440 Compensation and Employee Benefits
HRM450 Strategic Training and Development
HRM490 Legal Aspects of Workplace Law
HRM210 Accounting Principles II
HRM422C Management Accounting for HR
HRM430 Global Business Management
HRM470 Occupational Health & Safety
HRM480 Performance Management
HRM500 Effective Recruitment and Selection Practices
HRM605 Topics in Human Resources Management
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
HRM 105
This Graduate Certificate course examines the leadership role HR Managers assume in supporting the effective management of an organization. Major topics include the compensation systems, recruitment and selection protocols, the development of training programs, merit rating and performance evaluation. Students will also gain knowledge of applicable Provincial and Federal Legislation as they related to the coordination on administrative functions within an organization. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 5002 Sep. 16-Dec. 6 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Accounting Principles I
HRM 110
This Graduate Certificate course introduces students to the main functions of accounting. Accounting concepts and methodology, as well as, valuation and income determination as introduced through the application of the accounting cycle and preparation of financial statements. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1034 Jan. 20-Apr. 11 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Accounting Principles II
HRM 210
This Graduate Certificate course is a continuation of Accounting Principles 1, with focus on particular assets, liabilities, and equities, including the recognition and valuation on the financial statement. Students will also learn about the differences between partnerships and corporations in terms of taxes, liability and organizational structures. Pre-requisite: HRM 110. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 5051 Sep. 16-Dec. 6 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Organizational Behaviour & Change Management
HRM 310
This Graduate Certificate course will provide students with insight into theories and research regarding the factors that influence worker behavior in organizations. Students will learn how organizational structure and leadership impacts employee motivation, communication processes and conflict resolution and how these factors collectively impact organizational change. The study of group dynamics in organizational settings will be integrated into the classroom learning environment. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 5004 Sep. 16-Dec. 7 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Employee-Management Relations
HRM 330
This Graduate Certificate course equips students with a solid understanding of the relationships and varied interactions between a union and the employer. Key areas of study include an analysis of the legal and institutional frameworks within which unions operate, union policies and practices, management policies on labor, the collective bargaining, and arbitration processes, and typical contract language. The trend of labor relations in Canada will also be studied. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 5003 Sep. 16-Dec. 7 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Global Business Management
HRM 430
This course examines how firms manage their global trade ventures. Students will explore the impact of globalization on businesses by examining trends, issues, trade agreements and macro forces affecting global trading environments. The purpose of the course is to prepare students to become effective global managers. The emphasis on cross-cultural communications with respect to global management is examined in detail. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1015 Jan. 20-Apr. 11 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Compensation and Employee Benefits
HRM 440
This Graduate Certificate course supports students in gaining an understanding of the process, theories, techniques, and practices involved in developing and administering a compensation system. This Graduate Certificate course will examine the principals involved in developing and maintaining effective salary and wage compensation programs for employees through the study of compensation policies, techniques and HR objectives. Students will also explore topics including job analysis, job evaluation, labor market surveys, job pricing and salary administration. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1031 Jan. 20-Apr. 10 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Strategic Training and Development
HRM 450
This Graduate Certificate course supports students in gaining an understanding of both the role of training and development in human resources management, and the procedures associated with the training and development function. Major topics will include needs analysis, program design and development, facilitation and program administration, and evaluation. Students will be introduced to the psychology of the adult learning processes on which training and development is based. Budgeting, cost/ benefit analysis, monitoring and controlling the training process, and post-training follow-up procedures will be integrated through case study analyses. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1032 Jan. 20-Apr. 11 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Occupational Health & Safety
HRM 470
Occupational Health and Safety studies the identification, evaluation and control of safety hazards associated with the work environment. The major objective of this course is to help students develop a solid understanding of occupational health and safety legislation, processes, procedures, and techniques involved in workplace safety hazard recognition, assessment and control. Pre-Requisite: HRM 105. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1016 Jan. 20-Apr. 11 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Performance Management
HRM 480
Students will enhance their theoretical knowledge through practical learning experiences through the development of the Performance Management as it applies to the workforce environment. Student will be able to conduct comprehensive human resource audits as well as design, implement and evaluate a performance management program. The use of human resource information systems to facilitate human resource planning will also be incorporated into the course delivery. Pre-requisite: HRM 105. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 065 5052 Sep. 16-Dec. 7 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Legal Aspects of Workplace Law
HRM 490
This Graduate Certificate course examines the common law legal principles and statutory regimes governing the relationship between individual employees and employers in Canada.(particular jurisdictional emphasis in Ontario) Students will also explore relevant statutes, analysis of decisions from the courts, practical exercises, discussion and student presentations and use relevant legislation to demonstrate the legal aspects of the entire employment relationship, from the job opening to termination. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Winter
Online 065 1033 Jan. 20-Apr. 11 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee)
Effective Recruitment and Selection Practices
HRM 500
In this Graduate Certificate course students will learn how to design effective job analysis processes, including recruitment and selection processes, to ensure organizations attract and select the right candidates given the needs of their organization. Students will apply theory and best practices to case analyses to hone decision-making and problem-solving skills as they assume the role of an HR manager in a Canadian organization. Pre-Requisite: HRM 105 3 units of credit. Text extra.
Fall
Online 066 5050 Sep. 16-Dec. 6 $305.62 (includes $49.00 access fee).
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