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2010-2011 Courses Being Offered

TDSB/TCDSB

ICA001 - Introduction to Computer Applications
3hrs/wk - Markham Campus - Semester 1 & 2

In this subject students are introduced to a microcomputer operating system (MS Windows Vista), and the following business applications: MS Word 2007 for word processing, MS PowerPoint 2007 for business presentations, and MS Excel 2007 for spreadsheets. Students will use Windows Vista to effectively operate a microcomputer, access various Seneca computer systems, and use Office 2007 to prepare word documents, create business presentations, and develop spreadsheets.

ACC120 Accounting Basics I
4hrs/wk - Newnham Campus - Semester 1

This subject introduces the student to the uses of accounting information to meet the needs of both internal and external users and the accounting information required by a business concern to reflect clearly the operating results of the enterprise over its operating life. Throughout the subject, students will be introduced to generally accepted accounting principles, the interpretation and preparation of financial statements, and how this information is recorded in the various business records.

ACC220 Accounting Basics II
4hrs/wk - Newnham Campus - Semester 2

This subject introduces the student to the uses of accounting information to meet the needs of both internal and external users and the accounting information required by a business concern to reflect clearly the operating results of the enterprise over its operating life. Throughout the subject, students will be introduced to generally accepted accounting principles, the interpretation and preparation of financial statements, and how this information is recorded in the various business records.

BUS106 Business - It's Nature & Environment
4hrs/wk - Newnham Campus - Semester 2

This subject is designed to provide first semester students with an introduction to the Canadian business environment, business issues and functions, and the major forces at work in the global economy. It provides students with a perspective of business firms as integrated organizations composed of a number of specialized functions. The subject provides the students an opportunity to develop transferable skills for college and business life.

PNA100 Anatomy & Physiology for the Practical Nurse
4hrs/wk - Westview CI - Semester 2

This course is the study of normal anatomy and physiology. Study includes organization of the body, the cell, tissue, organs and four of the major body systems. An introduction to microbiology is included.

CNC101 Computer Numerical Control
3hrs/wk - Jane Campus - Semester 2

This subject focuses on the manual programming codes for a Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machining Centre with a Fanuc control. Although there are different formats used to program CNC equipment, the skills and concepts learned in this subject will enable the student to quickly master other CNC controls.

LIN155 Electronic Lab Instrumentation & Techniques
3hrs/wk - Newnham Campus - Semester 1 & 2

This is the first course in electronic lab instrumentation and techniques. It is intended to introduce the student to a variety of electronic components including a method of producing a working electronic assembly using a reasonably priced commercial kit. Electrical tests on the assembly are carried out using laboratory instruments such as a DMM, oscilloscope and a power supply. The course includes a survey of electrical safety and a practical course on soldering. Workplace safety and WHMIS are also covered.

BEA001 CAD Fundamentals
4hrs/wk - Newnham Campus - Semester 2

This is an introductory subject in computer aided drafting and design technology using the latest release of Autodesk software to produce 2-dimensional drawings in accordance with industry standards and conventions.

ECE Apprenticeship Program

YRDSB

ICA001 - Introduction to Computer Applications
3hrs/wk - Markham Campus - Semester 1 & 2

In this subject students are introduced to a microcomputer operating system (MS Windows Vista), and the following business applications: MS Word 2007 for word processing, MS PowerPoint 2007 for business presentations, and MS Excel 2007 for spreadsheets. Students will use Windows Vista to effectively operate a microcomputer, access various Seneca computer systems, and use Office 2007 to prepare word documents, create business presentations, and develop spreadsheets.

ACC106 Accounting I
4hrs/wk - Markham Campus - Semester 2

A one semester subject that will introduce students to the essentials of accounting. Topics include the balance sheet, income statement, analysis of transactions, posting ledgers, worksheets, adjustments, sub-ledgers, accounting for a merchandising business, cash control, bank reconciliations and computer applications. Throughout the course, students will be introduced to generally accepted accounting principles.

TIS152 Tourism - Travel Operations Certificate Program
3hrs/wk - Markham Campus - Semester 1 & 2

Tourism is a dynamic, multi-faceted industry encompassing a wide spectrum of disciplines, vocations and professions. In this course the student will have an opportunity to examine each of the segments and relevant career options within the Tourism industry. This will assist the student in choosing professional options within the Tourism and Travel programs at Seneca College.

TRT100 Reality Toursim
3hrs/wk - Markham Campus - Semester 2

Students entering the Tourism and Travel Program at Seneca College sometimes have difficulty in selecting a career path. This course, in conjunction with TIS152: Introduction to Tourism Industry and Careers will provide the background for students to make an informed choice. While TIS152 presents an overview of the eight sectors of the tourism industry, this course will expose students to the realities of these eight sectors through field trips, assignments and guest speakers.

TDC100 Top Destinations for Canadian Travellers
3hrs/wk - Markham Campus - Semester 2

This course begins with a study of the basic concepts of physical geography, time zones, city and airport codes, and elapsed flying times. Students will develop skills in map work and will learn how to analyze a destination. This process will help them build a reference through completion of the study guide and other assignments. There follows a review of several of the most popular tourist destinations for Canadians. The particular areas covered are Canada, the United States, the Caribbean Mexico, the United Kingdom and Ireland, Western Europe and Mediterranean Europe.

YCDSB

BRP101 Blueprint Reading
3hrs/wk - Jane Campus - Semester 2

Without a good understanding of how to read engineering drawings, it is impossible to manufacture any of the products we use every day. Before we can machine a piece of material it is important to have a visual concept of what the finished parts will look like and know its size and specifications. The main purpose of this course is to develop the student's ability to read, interpret and sketch part drawings. Emphasis will be placed on the importance of tolerances and specifications as they apply to machining.

ECE Apprenticeship Program

HCDSB

ECE Apprenticeship Program

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