BUSINESS

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Courses

Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

Grade 12

Accounting

BAF 3MI (univ/college)

BAT 4MI (univ/college)

Economics

CIA 4UI (university)

Entrepreneurship

BDI 3CI (college)

Information and Communication Technology

BTT 1OI (open)*

BTT 2OI (open)*

BTA 3OI (open)

BTX 4CI (college)

International Business

BBB 4MI (univ/college)

Introduction to Business

BBI 1OI (open)*

BBI 2OI (open)*

Management

BOG 4EI (workplace)

BOH 4MI (univ/college)

Marketing

BMI 3CI (college)

BMX 3EI (workplace)

NOTE:  

*BBI 1OI and BBI 2OI are the same course.  Students can take one for credit.

*BTA 1OI and BTA 2OI are the same course.  Students can take one for credit.

Students who complete 5 Business credits will earn the Business endorsement certificate upon graduating.

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Ontario Curriculum:  Grade 9 and 10 Business courses

Ontario Curriculum:  Grade 11 and 12 Business courses

Ontario Curriculum:  Grade 11 and 12 Canadian and World Studies (Economics)

GRADE 9

BBI 1OI

Introduction to Business

Students  are  introduced  into  the  world  of  business  by  covering  its concepts, functions in such areas as accounting, marketing, information technology, production and human resources.  Students will learn the skills required for operating a business in the 21st  century on a local, national and or international scale.  Prerequisite:  None

BTT 1OI

Information and Communication Technology

Students learn industry standard business software in areas such as word processing, publishing, presentation software and website design that will help student achieve success throughout their high school years and into their chosen path after high school.  Prerequisite:  None

GRADE 10

BBI 2OI

Introduction to Business

Students  are  introduced  into  the  world  of  business  by  covering  its concepts, functions in such areas as accounting, marketing, information technology, production and human resources.  Students will learn the skills required for operating a business in the 21st  century on a local, national and or international scale.  Prerequisite:  None

BTT 2OI

Information and Communication Technology

Students learn industry standard business software in areas such as word processing, publishing, presentation software and website design that will help student achieve success throughout their high school years and into their chosen path after high school.  Prerequisite:  None

GRADE 11

BAF 3MI

Introduction to Accounting

This  course  introduces  students  to  the  fundamental  principles  and procedures of accounting, with emphasis on accounting procedures used in service and merchandising businesses.  Prerequisite:  None

BDI 3CI

Entrepreneurship

This   course   focuses   on   ways   in   which   entrepreneurs   recognize opportunities, generate ideas, and organize resources to plan successful ventures that enable them to achieve their personal goals by satisfying the needs of others. Prerequisite:  None

BMI 3CI

Marketing

This course introduces the fundamental concepts of marketing.  Students will look at the buying patterns of consumers and the effect of marketing strategies  on  these  patterns.    Students will develop  and  present  a marketing plan for a specific product.

Prerequisite:  None

BMX 3EI

Retail Service

This  course  focuses  on  marketing  activities  in  the  retail  and  service sectors. Through hands on learning, students will develop personal selling and information technology skills that will prepare them for the workplace.  Prerequisite:  None

BTA 3OI

Information Technology

This  course  provides  students  with  the  opportunity  to  develop  the information technology skills and knowledge required in a business.  They will learn industry-standard software applications and develop their own E-Business Web site.

Prerequisite:  None (BTT 1OI or BTT 2OI is recommended)

GRADE 12

BAT 4MI

Financial Accounting

This  course  allows  students  to  further  their  knowledge  in  accounting.  Emphasis is on accounting principles related to financial statements in order to make business decisions. Accounting is at the center of any business decision!

Prerequisite: BAF 3MI

BBB 4MI

International Business

This course provides an overview of the importance of international business and trade in the global economy and explores the factors that influence success in international markets.  Students will learn about the techniques and strategies associated with marketing, distribution, and managing international business effectively.    Prerequisite:  Any U, M or C course in Business, English or Canadian and World Studies

BOG 4EI

Business Leadership

This course helps students prepare for managerial positions in their future careers. Students will focus on the development of core skills required to become a successful manager, including operations management, inventory control, marketing, financial planning, scheduling and communications. Students will also explore the management challenges of hiring, training, and motivating employees, and complying with legal requirements.  Prerequisite:  None

BOH 4MI

Business Leadership

Students  will  analyze  various  leadership techniques, and study issues such as ethics, social responsibility, management of group dynamics, use of information technology, workplace stress and conflict, motivation, and globalization.   Prerequisite:  Any U, M or C course in Business, English or Canadian and World Studies

BTX 4CI

Multimedia Applications

Students will further develop their information technology knowledge and skills, develop advanced skills in software applications and create high- level E-Business web sites. Prerequisite:  BTA 3OI 

CIA 4UI

Analyzing Current Economic Issues

If you are thinking of a post-secondary business program, this course will provide you with a foundation of knowledge in Economics. Economics is delivered in all business programs at both university and college.  The concepts and theories in this course are delivered around current events, making Economics relevant and engaging.  Prerequisite:  Any U or M course in English or Canadian and World Studies