Business is an integral part of every young adult’s future. It influences their careers, incomes and opportunities for personal enterprise. Business has a significant effect on the standard of living and the quality of life of Canadians, while having a growing impact on the environment in which they live. Young adults must be prepared to engage in business activities with confidence and competence, both nationally and internationally.
Students who pursue a business education will develop an understanding of how business functions, the role it plays in society and the opportunities it generates. Business studies creates a strong foundation for those who wish to train in specialized areas such as management, international business, marketing, finance, accounting, entrepreneurship and information & communication technology, whether through practical applications in the workplace or in postsecondary education.
|BUSINESS STUDIES||Gr. 9||Gr. 10||Gr. 11||Gr. 12|
|Information and Communication Technology in Business - Open||BTT 1O0|| || || |
|Introduction to Business - Open|| ||BBI 2O0|| || |
|Financial Accounting – University/College || || ||BAF 3M0||BAT 4M0|
|Accounting Essentials - Workplace|| || ||BAI 3E0|| |
|Marketing: Goods, Services, Events – College || || ||BMI 3C0|| |
|Entrepreneurship: The Venture|| || ||BDI 3C0|| |
|Business Leadership - Workplace|| || ||BMX 3E0||BOG 4E0|
|Business Leadership: Management Fundamentals || || || ||BOH 4M0|
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|International Business – University/College || || || ||BBB 4M0|
|Creative Advertising –
University || || || ||IDC 4U0|