CourseConnect Accounting 1 (Canadian)
This course provides an introduction to financial accounting. Topics include accounting concepts and principles, recording transactions, adjusting entries, cash, receivables, inventory, long-term assets, current liabilities, financial statements, internal control, and accounting for partnerships.
CourseConnect Accounting 2 (Canadian)
This is part two of financial accounting. Topics include partnerships, corporate accounting transactions and financial statements, long-term liabilities, investments, and analysis of financial information using the cash flow statement, ratios, and other tools.
CourseConnect Business Communication (Canadian)
This course provides a foundation of the various business communication formats, including letters, memos, electronic communication, written reports, oral presentations, and interpersonal communication. The course also includes other business items such as resumes, application letters, interviewing tips, and employment follow-up documents.
CourseConnect Business Math (Canadian)
This course applies mathematical concepts to the business world. Students will employ fundamental math techniques to obtain skills in solving business, management, finance, and investment problems. This course begins with the mathematics of merchandising, focuses on compound interest techniques, and terminates with amortization and valuation.
CourseConnect Concepts of Genetics (Canadian)
This course introduces students to the basic principles of genetics, including the nature of genetic information, how it is transmitted to the next generation, and how changes in genetic information lead to phenotypic differences in organisms. Gene regulation and recombination mapping in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes are covered, and genetics of populations are introduced.
CourseConnect Cost Accounting (Canadian)
Beginning with organizational goals and objectives, and involving strategy, policy, and implementation issues, this course examines the development of management planning and control systems in the modern organization. The focus will be on techniques and processes that lead to improved management decision making. Some of the topics discussed may include activity-based management, target costing, value chains, life cycle costing, principal and agency relationships, and customer value analysis. Integrative problem solving and case analyses will be emphasized both at a group and individual level.
CourseConnect Essay Level English (Canadian)
This introductory essay course presents several strategies for improving competence in reading, writing, and research at the college level. Students will analyze texts for purpose, audience, and context; analyze visual text; and engage with the writing process. Students will also implement writing patterns for organization, develop strategies for writing with clarity, understand the value of pre-writing, conduct effective research, and cite sources all while writing using effective grammar, punctuation, and mechanics.
CourseConnect Financial Accounting (Canadian)
This course provides an introduction to the theory and concepts of financial accounting. Students will prepare and analyze financial statements. Topics include accounting concepts and principles, recording transactions, entry adjustments, cash, receivables, inventories, long-term assets, liabilities, shareholders' equity, internal controls, and international operations.
CourseConnect Introduction to Business (Canadian)
This course provides students with an overview of Canadian business in an increasingly global society. It serves as an introduction to business terminology, concepts, environments, systems, strategies, and current issues. Topics include an overview of the business environment, business ethics, entrepreneurship, global business, management, marketing, production and operations, information systems, the financialsystem, and financial elements of business. This course provides a solid business foundation for more detailed and higher-level study in subsequent courses, across multiple programs.
CourseConnect Introduction to Psychology (Canadian)
This course introduces human behaviour. It includes the study of the theories and concepts of psychology including the scope of psychology, biological foundations and the brain, sensation, perception, motivation, personality, learning and memory, emotion, states of consciousness, personality theories, cognition, and life span development.
CourseConnect Introductory Sociology (Canadian)
This course is designed to introduce students to the possibilities that sociology, as a discipline, offers a better understanding of the communities and world in which they live. In this course, students will be introduced to sociological theory and research methods to start to develop a "sociological imagination." We will examine the role of symbolic culture and socialization in shaping the social and cultural expectations (norms, values, and beliefs) of people as individuals and as members of a multicultural Canadian society. The course then proceeds to examine various inequalities (based on ethnicity, First Nations experience, class, age, gender, and sexuality) from a sociological perspective.
CourseConnect Managerial Accounting (Canadian)
This course focuses on the conceptual and analytical foundations of cost accounting and management uses of accounting. Students will explore the principles and techniques of business organization management. This course will cover the cost-volume-profit relationship, decision-making analysis, costaccumulation, and operations management.
CourseConnect Organizational Behaviour (Canadian)
This course examines organizational theory and application. It makes a comprehensive review of individual, group, and organizational performance in relation to organizational structures in contemporary business settings.
CourseConnect Principles of Management (Canadian)
The Canadian Principles of Management course introduces students to management philosophies in today's changing world. It includes globalization, ethics, diversity, customer service, and innovation from a managerial perspective.
CourseConnect Principles of Marketing (Canadian)
This course provides students with a view of the principle areas of marketing. It explores the factors influencing how marketing decisions are made, including the impact of marketing decisions on an organization and its customers. Students can also gain a working knowledge of practical marketing and business vocabulary. Additionally, students will analyze today's global, highly competitive marketplace and evaluate how the actions of competitors influence marketing decisions.
Technical Math (Canadian)
In Technical Mathematics (Canadian) students use trigonometry to solve geometry and vector problems, and describe repeating physical events as sinusoidal functions. They manipulate, factor and simplify algebraic expressions. Students solve algebraic equations, systems of linear equations, and exponential and logarithmic functions. Students graph and perform transformations (stretches, shrinks, shifts and reflections) on polynomial and transcendental functions. They perform algebraic operations on complex numbers and write them in rectangular, polar and exponential forms.