Upcoming Intake: Fall 2021, College Drive – North Bay
Learn to be your own boss and turn your idea into a thriving business. Develop and explore
entrepreneurship opportunities in a variety of industries in this one-year program. Learn to
develop comprehensive business plans, strategies to execute effective marketing plans and how to use market research to optimize the operation of a small business. Gain the versatile skills to be successful in a business or entrepreneurial setting.
Your Future Career
- Business manager
- Business director
- Business owner
What You Learn
- International business
- Leadership in entrepreneurship
- Business law and corporate taxation
- Marketing for managers
- Creating, building and sustaining a venture
- Advanced business procedures
Ontario College Diploma, Ontario College Advanced Diploma, Degree, or equivalent.
If English is not your first language you must provide proof of English competency. View current English Language Proficiency Requirements.
|MGT101||Advanced Business Procedures|
|MGT102||Finance for Non-Financial Managers|
|MGT103||Employee Training and Development|
|ITM135||Proposal and Report Writing|
|HRE102||Leadership in Entrepreneurship|
|MGT206||Marketing for Managers|
|HRE110||Strategic Philanthropy, Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility|
|HRE111||Business Law and Corporate Taxation|
|HRE112||Creating, Building and Sustaining a Venture|
|HRE113||Innovation Strategy and Operations|
What You Need
What You Need
Check out the Campus Bookstore to not only purchase your textbooks but also view your book list before the semester starts.
Canadore College will implement Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in Fall 2020 to enhance students’ learning experience in and out of the classroom and to ensure student flexibility in learning. To learn more about BYOD and to find out what is required for your program, please visit https://www.canadorecollege.ca/BYOD
Ontario Graduate Certificate
Learning outcomes represent culminating demonstrations of learning and achievement. In addition, learning outcomes are interrelated and cannot be viewed in isolation of one another. As such, they should be viewed as a comprehensive whole. They describe performances that demonstrate that significant integrated learning by graduates of the program has been achieved.