BUS 388: Personal Finance explores key personal financial management concepts with a goal of creating an effective personal financial plan. Major concepts include consumer credit, asset management, the time value of money, investments, tax strategies, retirement planning, and estate planning.

Marketing introduces students to basic concepts and principles of marketing. Topics include Canadian entrepreneurship, small business management, evaluation of business opportunities, and marketing management. Market planning will be emphasized as well as practical decision making in regards to evaluating the business environment, market segmentation, market research, and strategy choices. The marketing mix or product, price, place of distribution, and promotion will be discussed in depth.

BUS 300 is an introduction to the language and culture of business and academia in Canada. Topics include Canadian academic culture, forms of plagiarism, plagiarism avoidance, paraphrasing, citing appropriate sources, appropriate register in business correspondence, various forms of written and spoken Business English, and writing/speaking techniques for presentations. Students are required to work both individually and in teams, as well as demonstrate professional behaviour in collaborative projects, discussions, and presentations.

BUS 497: Entrepreneurship examines the process of researching and developing a business plan. A business plan provides a comprehensive framework for a firm’s marketing, financing and operational activities. Students will research and develop a business plan to assess the viability of a proposed business venture. Students will also learn to critically assess the viability of a business plan through completing a due diligence process.

BUS 497: Entrepreneurship examines the process of researching and developing a business plan. A business plan provides a comprehensive framework for a firm’s marketing, financing and operational activities. Students will research and develop a business plan to assess the viability of a proposed business venture. Students will also learn to critically assess the viability of a business plan through completing a due diligence process.

Electronic Commerce is an introduction to the business models, infrastructure, strategies, design and analysis of electronic commerce business solutions. The role of electronic commerce in changing society is also an important topic. The primary aim of this course is to identify key management considerations required in implementing e-commerce business solutions.

BUS 300 is an introduction to the language and culture of business and academia in Canada. Topics include Canadian academic culture, forms of plagiarism, plagiarism avoidance, paraphrasing, citing appropriate sources, appropriate register in business correspondence, various forms of written and spoken Business English, and writing/speaking techniques for presentations. Students are required to work both individually and in teams, as well as demonstrate professional behaviour in collaborative projects, discussions, and presentations.

BUS 300 is an introduction to the language and culture of business and academia in Canada. Topics include Canadian academic culture, forms of plagiarism, plagiarism avoidance, paraphrasing, citing appropriate sources, appropriate register in business correspondence, various forms of written and spoken Business English, and writing/speaking techniques for presentations. Students are required to work both individually and in teams, as well as demonstrate professional behaviour in collaborative projects, discussions, and presentations.

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BUS 388: Personal Finance explores key personal financial management concepts with a goal of creating an effective personal financial plan. Major concepts include consumer credit, asset management, the time value of money, investments, tax strategies, retirement planning, and estate planning.