Career and Professional Development

School of Continuing Studies

Certificate in Management (Program as Fall 2016)

Objectives

The Certificate program provides an introduction to and a survey of the underlying disciplines of the functional areas in the field of management. Emphasis on the delepvopment of core competencies in accounting, economics, marketing, and finance, and the written and oral communication, problem-solving, and temwork skills required in all sectors of the management job market , from small businesses, private companies, large corporations, and financial institutions, to government agencies and other public institutions.

NumberTitlePrerequisitesAvailable Times
 Winter
2018
Spring/Summer
2018
Fall
2018
Winter
2019
1 CO-REQUISITE (This course must be taken at the beginning of the program):
CMSC 101Mathematical Tools for Management ProfessionalsCMSC 000 or Exemption by Examination TestTUEMON/WED  
8 REQUIRED Courses: (24 credits)
CCOM 205Communication in Management 1 MON   
CGMG 282Introduction to Business SAT   
MGCR 211Introduction to Financial Accounting TUE WEDTUE  
MGCR 222Introduction to Organizational Behaviour TUE WEDTUE/THU  
MGCR 273Introductory Management StatisticsCMSC 101 Mathematical Tools for Management Professionals or Exemption by ExaminationWED   
MGCR 293Managerial Economics MONTHU  
MGCR 341Introduction to FinanceMGCR 273 for SCS Students or MGCR 271 or EquivalentTUE   
MGCR 352Principles of Marketing TUETUE/THU  
2 COMPLEMENTARY (6 credits)
MGCR 423Strategic ManagementOpen to U2, and U3 students only MONSAT  
BUSA 364Business Law 1 WEDMON/WED  
CGMG 210Fundamentals of Project ManagementRestriction: Open to students currently in a program. Not open to Special Students.MON MON to SAT SAT  
ECON 295Macroeconomic PolicyCorequiste: MGCR 293TUE   
MGCR 331Information SystemsCMSC 101 College Algebra and Functions or equivalent Basic computer skills including DOS, Spreadsheets and Word-processing and DatabaseMON   
MGCR 382International Business TUE   
MGPO 450Ethics in ManagementAdvanced studentTHU   
ORGB 423Human Resources ManagementMGCR 222THUMON/WED