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Toronto Catholic District School Board

Welcome to the

Department of Business & Computer Studies

 

"Success in business requires training and discipline and hard work. But if you’re not frightened by these things, the opportunities are just as great today as they ever were." – David Rockefeller

 

"What’s important is that you have a faith in people, that they’re basically good and smart, and if you give them tools, they’ll do wonderful things with them." – Steve Jobs

 

Success_Image.jpgThe Department of Business and Computer Studies aims to give students the tools they need to become engaged citizens, skilled workers, and informed consumers in today’s economy. Course offerings include accounting, economics, marketing, computer science and information technology, entrepreneurship, and more. Students gain practical skills related to the business world and an understanding of how they can use these skills to make a positive impact on society. 

 

Our students will work in a world where employers and employees must think like entrepreneurs, actively project a positive image, and understand economic impacts and the crucial role of technology. Learning about the economy, technology, and commerce also includes the human dimension, in keeping with Pope Francis’s view that business should “serve more effectively the common good”. 

Courses W​e Offer
 

​​BUSINESS STUDIES Grade 9 ​Grade 10 ​Grade 11 ​Grade 12
​Information & Communication Technology in Business - Open ​BTT1O1
​Introduction to Business - Open BBI2O1
Information & Communication Technology: The Digital Environment - Open​ BTA3O1​
Financial Accounting Fundamentals - University/College​ ​BAF3M1
Accounting Essentials - Workplace​ ​BAI3E1
Financial Accounting Principles - University/College​ BAT4​M1​
Accounting for a Small Business - Workplace​ BAN4E1​
The Individual & The Economy - University/College ​ CIE3M1​
Analyzing Current Economic Issues - University ​ CIA4U1​
Entrepreneurship: The Venture - College​ BDI3C1​
Entrepreneurship: Venture Planning in an Electronic Age - College​ BDV4C1​
International Business Fundamentals - University/College​ BBB4M1​
International Business Essentials - Workplace​ BBB4E1
Marketing: Goods, Services, Events - College​ BMI3C1​ ​​
Marketing: Retail & Service - Workplace​ BMX3E1​
Business Leadership: Becoming a Manager - Workplace​ BOG4E1​
 

​​COMPUTER STUDIES Grade 9 ​Grade 10
​Grade 11
​Grade 12
 
​Introduction to Computer Studies - Open ICS2O1
​Introduction to Computer Science - University ICS3U1​
 

Did you know?

 

“Over the next 10 years, there will be 1.4 million jobs in computer science and only 400, 000 grads that qualify for these jobs, that is a shortage of 1 million people.”

 

“Code Stars” video – Hour of Code, Feb. 2013

www.hourofcode.com​

 

​​INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES Grade 9 ​Grade 10
​Grade 11
​Grade 12
 
​The Business of Sports & Entertainment - Open IDC4O1​
 

​​TECHNOLOGICAL EDUCATION Grade 9 ​Grade 10
​Grade 11
​Grade 12
 
​Computer Engineering Technology - University/College TEJ3M1​
​Computer Technology - Workplace TEJ3E1​
 
Bu​siness & Computer Studies - A Pathway to Success