Duration
6 Semesters (3 Years)
Credential Awarded
Ontario College Advanced Diploma

Courses

Please select the curriculum from the Academic Year in which you started (or will be starting) your studies. An Academic Year begins in September and ends in August of the following year.

Also see: English and General Education requirements.

Semester 1
BAM101 Introduction to Business Administration
COM101 or
COM111
Communicating Across Contexts or
Communicating Across Contexts (Enriched)
INB220 Intercultural Behaviour and Communication
MBF100* or
MBF101*
Mathematics of Business and Finance or
Mathematics of Business and Finance
PPS100 Professional Presentation Skills
SMS202 Business Computer Applications
 
Semester 2
ACC106 Accounting I
EAC594 Business Communication for the Digital Workplace
MRK108 Introduction to Marketing
OBR250 Organizational Behaviour
SMS310 Data Analysis Tools for Business
SOC135 Global Economic Issues
 
Semester 3
INB345 International Transportation
INB355 Import/Export Procedures I
INB365 Transborder Procedures
QNM223 Business Statistics Using Excel
SIB470 International Effective Selling
plus: General Education Course
 
Semester 4
BUS400 Business Economics
MAN400 Introduction to Project Management
OPM400 Production and Operations Management - Manufacturing and Services
SIB520 International Business Law
SIB650 Export Marketing
WTP100 Work Term Preparation (Work-Integrated Learning option only)
plus: General Education Course
 
Work-Integrated Learning Term
BAB331 Business Administration - International Business, Co-op (Work-Integrated Learning option only)
 
Semester 5
SIB500 Managerial Accounting
SIB530 International Procurement Systems
SIB540 International Production Systems
SIB555 International Relationship Management
SIB575 Introduction to Finance
 
Semester 6
CAP500 Career Planning (non Work-Integrated Learning option only)
MAN600 Developing Business Plans
PMP201 Planning and Controlling the Baselines
SIB600 International Management
SIB640 International Distribution Systems
SIB675 International Finance II
 
* Students will be placed in the appropriate level of mathematics depending on their math skills assessment results. Students who are placed in MTH158: Introduction to Mathematics (Algebra) will be required to complete this course before taking MBF100.
Semester 1
BAM101 Introduction to Business Administration
COM101 or
COM111
Communicating Across Contexts or
Communicating Across Contexts (Enriched)
INB220 Intercultural Behaviour and Communication
ISC100 Introduction to Seneca Studies
MBF100* or
MBF101*
Mathematics of Business and Finance or
Mathematics of Business and Finance
SMS333 Computer Applications
 
Semester 2
ACC106 Accounting I
MRK108 Introduction to Marketing
OBR250 Organizational Behaviour
SIB470 International Effective Selling
SOC135 Global Economic Issues
plus: General Education Course
 
Semester 3
EAC594 Business Communication for the Digital Workplace
INB345 International Transportation
INB355 Import/Export Procedures I
INB365 Transborder Procedures
QNM223 Business Statistics Using Excel
SMS310 Data Analysis Tools for Business
 
Semester 4
BUS400 Business Economics
MAN400 Introduction to Project Management
SIB460 Trade Research/Market Analysis
SIB520 International Business Law
SIB650 Export Marketing
WTP100 Work Term Preparation (Work-Integrated Learning option only)
plus: General Education Course
 
Work-Integrated Learning Term
BAB331 Business Administration - International Business, Co-op (Work-Integrated Learning option only)
 
Semester 5
SIB500 Managerial Accounting
SIB530 International Procurement Systems
SIB540 International Production Systems
SIB555 International Relationship Management
SIB575 Introduction to Finance
 
Semester 6
CAP508 International Career Research and Planning (non Work-Integrated Learning option only)
MAN600 Developing Business Plans
PMP201 Planning and Controlling the Baselines
SIB600 International Management
SIB640 International Distribution Systems
SIB675 International Finance II
 
* Students will be placed in the appropriate level of mathematics depending on their math skills assessment results. Students who are placed in MTH158: Introduction to Mathematics (Algebra) will be required to complete this course before taking MBF100.
Semester 1
BAM101 Introduction to Business Administration
COM101 or
COM111
Communicating Across Contexts or
Communicating Across Contexts (Enriched)
INB220 Intercultural Behaviour and Communication
MBF100* or
MBF101*
Mathematics of Business and Finance or
Mathematics of Business and Finance
PPS100 Professional Presentation Skills
SMS202 Business Computer Applications
 
Semester 2
ACC106 Accounting I
EAC594 Business Communication for the Digital Workplace
MRK108 Introduction to Marketing
OBR250 Organizational Behaviour
SMS310 Data Analysis Tools for Business
SOC135 Global Economic Issues
 
Semester 3
INB345 International Transportation
INB355 Import/Export Procedures I
INB365 Transborder Procedures
QNM223 Business Statistics Using Excel
SIB470 International Effective Selling
plus: General Education Course
 
Semester 4
BUS400 Business Economics
MAN400 Introduction to Project Management
OPM400 Production and Operations Management - Manufacturing and Services
SIB520 International Business Law
SIB650 Export Marketing
WTP100 Work Term Preparation (Work-Integrated Learning option only)
plus: General Education Course
 
Work-Integrated Learning Term
BAB331 Business Administration - International Business, Co-op (Work-Integrated Learning option only)
 
Semester 5
SIB500 Managerial Accounting
SIB530 International Procurement Systems
SIB540 International Production Systems
SIB555 International Relationship Management
SIB575 Introduction to Finance
 
Semester 6
CAP500 Career Planning (non Work-Integrated Learning option only)
MAN600 Developing Business Plans
PMP201 Planning and Controlling the Baselines
SIB600 International Management
SIB640 International Distribution Systems
SIB675 International Finance II
 
* Students will be placed in the appropriate level of mathematics depending on their math skills assessment results. Students who are placed in MTH158: Introduction to Mathematics (Algebra) will be required to complete this course before taking MBF100.
Semester 1
BAM101 Introduction to Business Administration
COM101 or
COM111
Communicating Across Contexts or
Communicating Across Contexts (Enriched)
INB220 Intercultural Behaviour and Communication
ISC100 Introduction to Seneca Studies
MBF100* or
MBF101*
Mathematics of Business and Finance or
Mathematics of Business and Finance
SMS333 Computer Applications
 
Semester 2
ACC106 Accounting I
MRK108 Introduction to Marketing
OBR250 Organizational Behaviour
SIB470 International Effective Selling
SOC135 Global Economic Issues
plus: General Education Course
 
Semester 3
EAC594 Business Communication for the Digital Workplace
INB345 International Transportation
INB355 Import/Export Procedures I
INB365 Transborder Procedures
QNM223 Business Statistics Using Excel
SMS310 Data Analysis Tools for Business
 
Semester 4
BUS400 Business Economics
MAN400 Introduction to Project Management
SIB460 Trade Research/Market Analysis
SIB520 International Business Law
SIB650 Export Marketing
WTP100 Work Term Preparation (Work-Integrated Learning option only)
plus: General Education Course
 
Work-Integrated Learning Term
BAB331 Business Administration - International Business, Co-op (Work-Integrated Learning option only)
 
Semester 5
SIB500 Managerial Accounting
SIB530 International Procurement Systems
SIB540 International Production Systems
SIB555 International Relationship Management
SIB575 Introduction to Finance
 
Semester 6
CAP508 International Career Research and Planning (non Work-Integrated Learning option only)
MAN600 Developing Business Plans
PMP201 Planning and Controlling the Baselines
SIB600 International Management
SIB640 International Distribution Systems
SIB675 International Finance II
 
* Students will be placed in the appropriate level of mathematics depending on their math skills assessment results. Students who are placed in MTH158: Introduction to Mathematics (Algebra) will be required to complete this course before taking MBF100.
Semester 1
BAM101 Introduction to Business Administration
COM101 Communicating Across Contexts
INB220 Intercultural Behaviour and Communication
ISC100 Introduction to Seneca Studies
MBF100* or
MBF101*
Mathematics of Business and Finance or
Mathematics of Business and Finance
SMS333 Computer Applications
 
Semester 2
ACC106 Accounting I
MRK108 Introduction to Marketing
OBR250 Organizational Behaviour
SIB470 International Effective Selling
SOC135 Global Economic Issues
plus: General Education Course
 
Semester 3
EAC594 Business Communication for the Digital Workplace
INB345 International Transportation
INB355 Import/Export Procedures I
INB365 Transborder Procedures
QNM223 Business Statistics Using Excel
SMS310 Data Analysis Tools for Business
 
Semester 4
BUS400 Business Economics
MAN400 Introduction to Project Management
SIB460 Trade Research/Market Analysis
SIB520 International Business Law
SIB650 Export Marketing
WTP100 Work Term Preparation (Work-Integrated Learning option only)
plus: General Education Course
 
Work-Integrated Learning Term
BAB331 Business Administration - International Business, Co-op (Work-Integrated Learning option only)
 
Semester 5
SIB500 Managerial Accounting
SIB530 International Procurement Systems
SIB540 International Production Systems
SIB555 International Relationship Management
SIB575 Introduction to Finance
 
Semester 6
CAP508 or
CAP500
International Career Research and Planning (non Work-Integrated Learning option only) or
Career Planning (non Work-Integrated Learning option only)
MAN600 Developing Business Plans
PMP201 Planning and Controlling the Baselines
SIB600 International Management
SIB640 International Distribution Systems
SIB675 International Finance II
 
* Students will be placed in the appropriate level of mathematics depending on their math skills assessment results. Students who are placed in MTH158: Introduction to Mathematics (Algebra) will be required to complete this course before taking MBF100.