Course code: #2803
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The Business program is for students interested in obtaining an education in multiple business disciplines or developing a strong foundation in a functional area of business; are well-organized, can effectively work under tight timelines, problem solve, enjoy collaboration, teamwork and continuous learning; along with using computer applications and working in an office environment.
Students will gain knowledge and skills in contemporary global concepts, theories and business practices that are related to the functional areas of business: accounting, finance, human resources, marketing and operations.
To ensure students are ready for the modern business environment, they will learn the new essential business skills of effective communication, ethics, customer service, collaboration and teamwork, using technology to be digitally fluent, demonstrating personal and social responsibility, resiliency, adaptability, along with positive attitudes and behaviours necessary for a global environment.
Canadian Professional Sales Association (CPSA)
Courses within the Business program may map to the Canadian Professional Sales Association (CPSA) competency framework. As a graduate of the Business program, you'll be able to submit an application to the CPSA through the Student Program for a Professional Sales Certificate. For more information regarding CPSA certification, please visit the Canadian Professional Sales Association website.
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification
If you successfully complete the COMP106 and/or COMP126 course(s) at Progress Campus, you'll have an opportunity to acquire the MOS credential. The Business School operates a Certiport Authorized Test Center for students, graduates, employees or community members who may elect to pursue MOS certification.
|Cost of living||1 person||$8,292|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$8,497|
1. English Language Proficiency
2. The Centennial College Engineering Math Skills Assessment for Admission
3. Transcripts from outside of Canada must be assessed by World Education Services (WES) or International Credential Assessment Services (ICAS).
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In the English Language Learning program, you can improve your English language skills before your next academic or professional step, while qualifying to study at Centennial College full-time.
About 70% of English for Academic Purposes Program students continue their studies at Centennial College.
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