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PEI Occupational Health and Safety

An overview of the Occupational Health and Safety Act of Prince Edward Island. Students examine the legislation, how PEI employees are protected while on the job and the responsibilities of employees and employers.

Hours: 0
Course Code: SAFE-1005

Financial Accounting I

Students are introduced to basic financial accounting theory and practical concepts. Development of skills to prepare, maintain and close financial statements for service and retail businesses are explored. Learn fundamental principles that are required to control and account for issues such as cash, banking, inventory and its value.

Hours: 90
Course Code: ACCT-1000

Business Law

Explore the basic legal concepts and principles that govern personal and business relationships in Canada. Students examine legal concepts such as; negligence, formation and enforcement of contracts, professional misconduct and liability, personal property and real estate, negotiable instruments, employment law, and debtor/creditor law.

Hours: 45
Course Code: BUSI-1000

Human Resource Management I

Students learn the functions of Human Resource Management (HRM), the value of an organization's human resources, and the challenges facing organizations to survive, remain competitive, grow, and diversify. Students develop skills in the areas of planning, job design, recruitment and selection, placement, orientation, training, record management and various acts and regulations that impact Human Resource Management.

Hours: 45
Course Code: BUSI-1010

Human Resource Management II

Students develop skills in the fundamental areas of training and development. The main areas of focus include: development of compensation programs and the management of these programs, labour relations, collective bargaining and contract administration, orientation and documentation, employee rights and discipline, motivation, reviewing and improving performance, health and safety, and policy development.

Hours: 45
Course Code: BUSI-2010

Project Management

Learn project management theory and project management software tools for today's business marketplace. Explore topics such as organizational strategy and the link to project management, project priority identification, project organization, and project management tools. Perform various functions of project management software such as planning, scheduling, organizing, and controlling projects, outlining project components, tracking project progress and determining the cost and time status of a project.

Hours: 45
Course Code: BUSI-2015

Financial Management

Develop competency in the basics of reading and analyzing financial statements. Students learn how the financial component of a business plan is prepared with emphasis on cash flow. Other accounting related areas such as credit policy and insurance program management are explored.

Hours: 45
Course Code: BUSI-2020

Facilities and Operations Management

Students learn how the management of entire systems, design and operations is used to deliver a company's primary products and services. Discover how globalization, short product life cycle and increased competition mean more options to customers, making it imperative for any business entity to implement prudent design and management of its operational resources. Explore how efficient and effective utilization of resources is necessary not only to improve the bottom line, but also to acquire a sustainable competitive edge in a global market.

Hours: 45
Course Code: BUSI-2025

Economics

Explore the basic principles and concepts of micro and macro economics. Learn the concepts of demand and supply, the theory of the firm, and distribution of income, including the study of business behavior and decision making under various market conditions. A macroeconomics view includes the examination of national income levels, employment and prices, the business cycle, factors affecting economic growth and monetary and fiscal policies.

Hours: 45
Course Code: BUSI-2030

Organizational Behaviour

Students are introduced to concepts that relate to how individuals, groups, and structure affect and are affected by behaviour within organizations. Students examine the impact of individual and group behaviour on an organization's outcomes and processes. The main areas of focus include the foundations of individual behaviour, the role of motivation, individual and group decision making, leadership, conflict, negotiation, and organization change models.

Hours: 45
Course Code: BUSI-2035

Entrepreneurship

Students explore fundamental characteristics required of successful entrepreneurs. Examine the importance of generating an idea, recognizing an opportunity and conducting wide ranging research for initiating a business venture. Learn the components required for various business plan designs. Explore business management processes such as business planning, capital development, marketing, and financial analysis.

Hours: 45
Course Code: BUSI-2045

Business Plan Development

Students learn how to create a business plan that depicts the financial and organizational road map needed to obtain financial funding. The main areas of focus include: research and financial analysis, obtaining resources through loans, credit or government assistance programs and initiating a business venture. Students integrate knowledge and skills from Business Administration courses to successfully complete and present a comprehensive business plan.

Hours: 30
Course Code: BUSI-2055

Written Communications

Develop professional written communications skills for a variety of workplace settings. Learn and practice how to write and streamline correspondence in personal employment portfolio, media news releases, minutes, letters and written reports.

Hours: 45
Course Code: COMM-1010

Oral Communications

Develop oral and non-verbal communication skills for success in today's workplace. Students practice and perform these communication skills through group discussions, debates, presentations, meetings and the use of electronic media.

Hours: 45
Course Code: COMM-1020

Computer Essentials

In this course, students are introduced to the fundamentals of various software programs and information processing systems used in today's workplace and educational environments. Students develop the skills necessary to understand and efficiently use common workplace productivity tools. The main areas of focus include: operating systems, e-mail and groupware, word processing, spreadsheets, electronic presentation software, and the integration of these technologies.

Hours: 45
Course Code: COMP-1000

Management Information Systems I

Students develop skills to competently use word processing software, electronic spreadsheets, database applications and web-based business tools. The main areas of focus include: creating professional documents using a word processor, preparing complex formulas and data manipulation using spreadsheets, developing databases and queries using business software applications and cloud computing.

Hours: 60
Course Code: COMP-1500

Management Information Systems II

Students learn skills required to navigate and operate information technology systems. Learn the methods designing, customizing information systems to attain a competitive edge in business.

Hours: 45
Course Code: COMP-2500

English

Learn, review and practice English grammar, punctuation, proofreading, editing, and spelling skills to demonstrate language usage competency. Develop the ability to convey thoughts clearly and concisely building both written and oral communication skills.

Hours: 45
Course Code: ENGL-1000

Business Math

Review and apply basic arithmetic and algebra concepts to solve problems. Perform various math calculations for business and financial workplaces such as: merchandising, loans, annuities, investments, and mortgages.

Hours: 45
Course Code: MATH-1000

Marketing

Learn the fundamentals of marketing and the major environmental factors influencing today's marketing environment. Discover how individual consumers, industrial and organizational buyers reach their purchase decisions. Develop an understanding of target marketing and examine the elements of the marketing mix.

Hours: 45
Course Code: MKTG-1000

Marketing Research

Develop critical marketing research skills through identifying the issue, establishing various data sources and interpreting the findings to create evidence based recommendations. Students will incorporate ethical considerations related to market research.

Hours: 45
Course Code: MKTG-1100

On-The-Job Training

On-the-Job-Training (OJT) provides students an opportunity to gain confidence by directly applying acquired skills and abilities in a real-work setting. Students learn about professional standards, routines and demands of an organization within that career choice.

Hours: 180
Course Code: PRAC-2005