Course Curriculum

Order of delivery may vary slightly. Courses marked TBD can vary from year to year, and are announced at term start. Each summer during the break, students have opportunities to complete practical project work with industry clients. After first year, this opportunity is optional; after completion of second year onwards, it is a mandatory graduation requirement.

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Year One

Fall Semester (September–December)

BUS 100 Introduction to Business 3 credits
BUS 160 Computerized Business Applications 3 credits
ECON 100 Principles of Microeconomics 3 credits
ENGL 105 Reading & Writing of Prose  3 credits
GE ELEC HUM MATH 140 3 credits

Winter Semester (January–April)

BUS 120 Essentials of Marketing 3 credits
BUS 143 Accounting I 3 credits
CMNS 125 Intro to Workplace Communications 3 credits
ECON 101 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 credits
MATH 141 Calculus for Business 3 credits

Summer practical project work for businesses or Math 140 for those who require upgrading

Year Two 

Fall semester (September–December)

BUS 144 Accounting II 3 credits
BUS 201 Human Resource Management 3 credits
BUS 203 Organizational Behaviour 3 credits
BUS 221 Professional Selling 3 credits
BUS 249 Essentials of Finance 3 credits
STAT 106 Statistics I 4 credits



Winter semester (January–April)

BUS 226 Economic and Business Stats 4 credits
BUS 227 New Business Development 3 credits
BUS 247 Management Accounting 3 credits
BUS 261 Business Law 3 credits


Summer practical project work for businesses. 

Year Three & Year Four

Please Note that highligted courses are courses combined over the years

Year Three 

Fall Semester (September–December)

BUS 202 Contemporary management 3 credits
BUS 304 Organizational Theory and Application 3 credits
BUS 305 Industrial Relations 3 credits
BUS 349 Financial Management I 3 credits
GE ELEC HUM Introduction to French 3 credits

 

Winter semester (January–April)

BUS 320 Business Research Methods 3 credits
BUS 407 Gender and Diversity Issues 3 credits
UL BUS ELEC TBD 3 credits
ECON 307 Managerial Economics 3 credits
GE ELEC SOC SCI  Introductory Sociology 3 credits


Summer practical project work for businesses.

Year Four 

Fall semester (September–December)

BUS 304 Organization Theory and Application 3 credits
BUS 305 Industrial Relations 3 credits
BUS 403 Strategic Management 3 credits
BUS 404 Management Science 3 credits
GEN ELEC HUM Introduction to French 3 credits

Winter semester (January–April)

BUS 405 Strategic Management Simulation 3 credits
BUS 407  Gender and Diversity Issues 3 credits

UL BUSELEC

TBD 3 credits
BUS 457  Project Management*  3 credits
GE ELEC SOC SCI Introductory Sociology 3 credits

*Order of delivery and course offerings may vary slightly. Elective courses marked with a * are selected to match and maximize the expertise of faculty, and are announced at term start. Typical electives can include classes such as Retail Management, Intercultural Communications, Consumer Behaviour, International Business, and many other exciting offerings that ensure you have the best possible foundation in all areas of business. Your degree also includes general courses that develop skills in critical thinking.

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