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Grade 10
Grade 11
Grade 12
Introduction to Business
Information Technology Applications in Business
Analyzing Current Economic Issues
Introduction to Financial Accounting
Principles of Financial Accounting
Introduction to Entrepreneurial Studies
Introduction to Marketing

 

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
(Open) BBI 201    Grade 10
Credit Value: 1
This course introduces students to the world of business, including the concepts, functions, and skills required for meeting the challenges of operating a business in the twenty-first century on a local, national, and/or international scale.  Students will also learn concepts and skills related to personal finance, entrepreneurship, and international business.
Prerequisite: None
 
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS IN BUSINESS
(Open) BTA 301    Grade 11
Credit Value: 1
This is a hands on computer applications course using the latest business software.  It is a good preparation for the Microsoft Office User Certificate.  This course provides students with the opportunity to develop the information technology skills and knowledge required in a business. Students will learn about the information technology work environment, use industry-standard software, conduct electronic research, investigate electronic business, and explore occupations and postsecondary programs that require information technology skills. 
Prerequisite: None
 
INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
(University/College Prep) BAF 3M1    Grade 11
Credit Value: 1
This course introduces students to the fundamental principles and procedures of accounting, with emphasis on accounting procedures used in service and merchandising businesses. Students will develop an understanding of the connections between financial analysis, control, and decision making in the management of a business, as well as the effects of technology and globalization on accounting procedures and the role of the accountant. 
Prerequisite:  None
 
INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURIAL STUDIES
(College Prep) BDI 3C1    Grade 11
Credit Value: 1
This course focuses on ways in which entrepreneurs recognize opportunities, generate ideas, and organize resources to plan successful ventures that enable them to achieve their personal goals by satisfying the needs of others. Students will learn about values, traits, and skills most often associated with successful entrepreneurial activity.
Prerequisite:  None
 
INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING
(College Prep) BMI 3C1    Grade 11
Credit Value: 1
This course introduces the fundamental concepts of marketing, with an emphasis on in-depth analysis of the influence of changes in the economy and global marketplace, trends and issues, and the impact of technology. Students will analyze the buying patterns of various consumers and the effect of marketing strategies, and will engage in marketing research. Students will also develop and present a marketing plan for a specific product. 
Prerequisite:  None
 
ANALYZING CURRENT ECONOMIC ISSUES
(University Prep) CIA 4U1    Grade 12
Credit Value: 1
This course explores the choices that individuals and societies make about the use of resources in a competitive global economy.  Students will use economic concepts and models, as well as methods of economic inquiry, to analyze current economic issues and make informed economic choices based on their analysis.
Prerequisite:  Any University/College course in Canadian & World Studies, English or Social Sciences or Humanities
 
PRINCIPLES OF FINANCIAL  ACCOUNTING
(University /College Prep) BAT 4M1    Grade 12
Credit Value: 1
This course emphasizes the study of accounting principles related to financial statements. Students will learn about ways in which information in these statements is used in making business decisions, and about the effects on financial statements of using different methods of inventory valuation and adjusting and reversing entries. Students will also study various means of financing a business and ways in which the strength of a corporation can be determined through the reading of its annual report. 
Prerequisite:  BAF 3M1