In order to graduate from the B144 program, you need to complete 36 courses: 26 Mandatory courses, 7 Business Electives, and 3 General Education Electives.
Depending on the results of your placement tests, you may be required to take COMM 1003 (English Skills) or CESL 1003 (English Skills-ESL) before progressing to COMM 1007. Similarly, you may be required to take MATH1027 (Business Math with Remediation)
before progressing to MATH 1008. COMM1003/CESL 1003 and MATH 1027 do not count towards the 36 courses required for graduation, and you will be charged for these extra courses. Please speak to the Business Office staff if you need any assistance.
General Education Courses (Semester Three, Five, and Six): You must complete 4 General Education courses. 1 mandatory (“Successful Social Relations” - GHUM 1087) and 3 chosen from at least 2 of the following
categories: Social Sciences (GSSC), Arts and Humanities (GHUM) or Science and Technology (GSCI).
You are required to make up any failed or dropped courses before you are eligible to graduate. You can make up these courses during the day, and some are offered in the evening through Continuing Education. Please check with the Business
Office staff to ensure that the Continuing Education courses are equivalent to what is taught in the full-time program. Note that some courses may not be offered in every semester. Our staff can assist you in any special timetable requirements you
Printable Curriculum Planner 2018-2019
|BUS 1038||Business Concepts I||NONE|
|COMM 1007||College English||NONE|
|COMP 1010||Business Computer Applications||NONE|
|HRM 1029||Principles of Human Resource Management I||NONE|
|MARK 1020||Principles of Marketing I||NONE|
|MATH 1008||Math for Business & Management I||NONE|
|ACCT 1036||Principles of Accounting||NONE|
|BUS 1040||Project Management||NONE|
|COMM 1034||Professional Communications I||COMM 1007|
|HRM 2004||Human Resources Info Systems||HRM 1029 & COMP 1010|
|HRM 1030||Principles Of Human Resource Management II||HRM 1029|
|MATH 1095||Math for Business & Management II||MATH 1008|
|ACCT 2031||Managerial Accounting||ACCT 1036|
|HRM 2002||Training & Development**||HRM 1030|
|PSY 1129||Organizational Behaviour||NONE|
|STAT 1012||Business Statistics||MATH 1095|
|GHUM 1087||Successful Social Relations||NONE|
|HRM 2003||Recruitment and Selection||HRM 1030|
|ECON 1034||Introduction to Economics||NONE|
|HRM 2021||Compensation||HRM 1029|
|HSAF 1001||Workplace Health & Safety||HRM 1030|
|LAW 1006||Employment and Human Rights Law||HRM 1030|
|STS 1037||Career Planning & Development||NONE|
|Select One Business Elective|
|HRM 2027||Coaching for Effective Performance Management **||HRM 1029|
|HRM 2023||Labour Relations||HRM 1030|
|Select Two Business Electives |
|Select Two General Education Electives|
|HRM 2005||Human Resources Planning||HRM 1030|
|Select Four Business Electives |
|Select One General Education Elective|
Note: Students interested in pursuing a degree program are recommended to take Microeconomics and/or Macroeconomics as a Business Elective.
Note: Our applicable HR courses have been approved by The Human Resources Professional Association of Ontario (HRPA) and students may choose to pursue an HRPA designation offered by them.
**Training & Development Stream (TDS)
For those students wishing to gain further knowledge and practical experience in training and development, they may pursue an optional stream in this area. Upon successful completion of the Training and Development Stream, students may choose to pursue
the Certified Training and Development Professional Designation (CTDP) offered through the Institute of Performance and Learning.
|HRM 2002||Training & Development||HRM 1030|
|HRM 2028||Training Design & Delivery||HRM 2002|
|HRM 2027||Coaching for Effective Performance Management||HRM 1029|
*** Payroll Practitioner Stream (PPS)
The Payroll Practitioner Stream (PPS) is an optional stream for students interested in gaining additional knowledge and practical experience in the area of Payroll Administration. Upon successful completion of the Payroll Practitioner Stream, students
may choose to pursue the Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP) designation offered through the Canadian Payroll Association (CPA).
|BUS 1084||Payroll Compliance Legislation*||65% (C)||None|
|BUS 1085||Payroll Fundamentals 1*||65% (C)||BUS 1084|
|ACCT 1036||Principles of Accounting||65% (C) or (50% for GBC Credit)||None|
|BUS 1086||Payroll Fundamentals 2*||65% (C)||BUS 1085 & ACCT 1036|
|TBA||Payroll Processing Application||Pass||BUS 1084 & BUS 1085|
* Additional costs through the Canadian Payroll Association are required.
Detailed course outlines
General Education Electives