FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

COMMERCE CONCENTRATIONS

A student may choose to follow a general degree programme, or to concentrate in one of the areas outlined below. In either case, students must complete a minimum of thirty credit hours in Business electives. A concentration provides the student with the opportunity of broadening knowledge and understanding of one of the following areas. Particular attention should be paid to necessary prerequisites when scheduling courses.

ACCOUNTING

Students electing an Accounting concentration should complete the following courses:

Business 3101. Accounting Applications
Business 5160. Cost Accounting
Business 6100. Intermediate Accounting I
Business 6110. Intermediate Accounting II

and any five of the following. Those students intending to pursue the C.A., C.M.A., or C.G.A. designations should consult the appropriate body to determine those courses which would be most beneficial to them.

Business 5000. Business Law II
Business 5500. Financial Management II
Business 6120. Taxation I
Business 6130. Auditing
Business 7110. Accounting Theory
Business 7120. Advanced Financial Accounting
Business 7150. Taxation II
Business 7160. Advanced Topics in Managerial Accounting

MARKETING

Students electing a Marketing concentration should complete the following courses:

Statistics 2501. Statistics for Business and Arts Students II
Business 5200. Consumer Behaviour
Business 6200. Marketing Research
Business 7230. Marketing Management

and any five of the following:

Business 6210. Advertising Management
Business 6220. Professional Selling and Sales Management
Business 6230. Services Marketing
Business 7210. Retailing Management
Business 7240. International Marketing
Business 7250. Business and Industrial Marketing

HUMAN RESOURCES AND LABOUR RELATIONS

Students electing the Human Resources and Labour Relations concentration should complete the following courses:

Business 6310. Advanced Personnel and Human Resource Management
Business 6320. Advanced Labour Relations
Business 7310. Seminar in Human Resource Management
Business 7322. Labour Law
Business 7330. Organizational Development
Economics 3360. Labour Market Economics

and any two of the following:

Business 6301. New Directions in Organizational Behaviour
Business 7320. Collective Agreement Administration and Arbitration
Business 7321. Dispute Settlement in Labour Relations

FINANCE

Students electing a Finance concentration should complete the following courses:

Business 5500. Financial Management II
Business 6120. Taxation I
Business 6510. Investments
Business 6550. International Finance
Business 7500. Advanced Finance
Business 7510. Options and Futures

and any three of the following courses:

Mathematics 2090. Mathematics of Finance
Economics 3000. Intermediate Micro Theory I
Economics 3010. Intermediate Macro Theory
Economics 3030. International Economics
Economics 4025. Public Expenditures
Economics 4026. Taxation
Business 5530. Public Finance
Business 6100. Intermediate Accounting I
Business 6110. Intermediate Accounting II
Business 7150. Taxation II

SMALL BUSINESS/ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Students electing a Small Business/Entrepreneurship con-centration should complete the following courses:

Business 5600. New Venture Creation
Business 6200. Marketing Research
Business 6600. Managing Growth in the Small Firm
Business 6610. Small Enterprise and Regional Development
Business 7600. Current Topics in Entrepreneurship
Business 7610. Regulatory and Taxation Issues for Small Business
One of Philosophy 2800-2810. Contemporary Issues

and any two of the following:

Business 6120. Taxation I
Business 7210. Retailing Management
Business 7240. International Marketing

INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Students electing an Information Systems concentration should complete the following courses:

Business 5700. Information Systems Analysis and Design
Business 5701. Information Systems Development
Business 6700. Data Management
Business 6701. Information Technology Management
Business 7700. Strategic Information Systems
Business 7701. Current Topics in Information Systems

and any three of the following:

Business 5401. Linear Optimization and Extensions I: Applications
Business 7400. Simulation in Management
Computer Science 2710. Problem Solving and Programming
Computer Science 2711. Introduction to Algorithms and Data Structures
Computer Science 2740. Discrete Structures 1
Computer Science 2752. Introduction to Business Data Processing
Computer Science 3710. Vocational Languages

MANAGEMENT SCIENCE

Students electing a Management Science concentration should complete the following five courses:

Business 5401. Linear Optimization and Extensions I: Applications
Business 5402. Linear Optimization and Extensions II: Algorithms
Business 6400. Advanced Management Science
Business 7400. Simulation in Management
Computer Science 2710. Problem Solving and Programming


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