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Course Description

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This is an introductory course in the fundamentals of business management in Canada. Students will be exposed to the basic functions of business and management. This course will also cover small business and entrepreneurship, forms of business ownership, competing in the global business environment and the economic and political realities of business in Canada today. 

Note: Students registered in the B.Comm program are required to select MGMT*1000 Introduction to Business.

Note: This course may be taken individually or as a part of a certificate program.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course, the learner should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate general knowledge and understanding of the fundamental concepts and principles of business associated with six key functional areas: Accounting, Finance, Operations, Human Resources, Marketing, and Management (General and Strategic).
  2. Describe the roles of small business and entrepreneurship in job growth and demonstrate general knowledge of the principles of starting a business and analyzing businesses.
  3. Explain the significance of the macro environment to the success of businesses.
  4. Demonstrate general knowledge and understanding of the political, economic, social, technological and global environments.
  5. Display self-management skills by keeping up with and meeting course requirements.
  6. Analyze and evaluate class concepts with peer learners in discussion forums.
  7. Analyze and evaluate ethics and socially responsible practices in the workplace through peer discussions.
  8. Apply course concepts to news as it applies to real world businesses.
  9. Apply strategic management and other course concepts to your career planning including your vision, goals and objectives.

Course Topics

  • Canadian Business Environment – Politics and Economics
  • Canadian Business Environment – Social, Technology, and Global Business
  • Entrepreneurship, Small Business, and Analyzing the Business
  • Management
  • Human Resources and Marketing
  • Operations, Accounting and Finance

Additional Requirements

Equate(s): HTM*2150
Restriction(s): MGMT*1000
Restriction(s): Not available to students in the B.Comm. program.

Assessment

Assessment Item Weight Learning Outcomes
Discussions (9 weeks graded twice x 10%) 30% 1,2,3,4,5,6 and 7
Quizzes (4 x 5%) 20% 1,2,4,5
Business News Analysis Paper 20% 2,3,4,5,8
Final Exam 30% 1,2,3,4,5,6 and 7
Total 100%  

 

Note:

Additional Technical Requirements

This course will use the following:

  • Respondus tool to invigilate one or more exams. 

Please view the Technical Considerations.

 

Applies Towards the Following Certificates

Technical Requirements

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*Course details are subject to change.

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Section Title
Introduction to Canadian Business Management
Type
Online
Dates
September 08, 2022 to December 02, 2022
Contact Hours
36.0
Delivery Options
Online  
Course Fee(s)
Domestic Tuition Fee (0.5 units) $683.39 Click here to get more information
Domestic Tuition Fee - Non-Ontario (0.5 units) $713.81 Click here to get more information
International Tuition Fee (0.5 units) $3,106.72 Click here to get more information
Available for Credit
0.5 units
Section Notes

Note:  If you are in a degree program at the University of Guelph, please DO NOT register using the link above.  You must register through WebAdvisor.

Section Materials
  • e-book (Unconfirmed) (Mandatory) Business by William M. Pride, Robert J. Hughes, Jack R. Kapoor, Norm Althouse, and Laura Allan © 2020 Nelson Education 1st edition ISBN eBook only: 9781774746899
  • Supplementary (Unconfirmed) (Optional) MindTap: Business eBook/MindTap Access ISBN 9780176876814
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