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Business Management Post-Graduate Certificate

Business Management Post-Graduate Certificate

  • Specialization: Post-Grad Business Management
    • Seminar in Ethics and Integrity

      MITT’s Ethics and Academic Integrity Seminar provides students with the tools necessary to navigate the expectations of the Canadian post-secondary academic environment.  In this three-hour on-line seminar, students will develop a thorough understanding of MITT’s Academic Integrity policy and the consequences of academic integrity violations and demonstrate how to use APA style when writing an academic paper.

      This seminar is required for students who enter directly into the Diploma program without taking MITT’s Business Management Certificate. The seminar must be completed in Term 1 of the Diploma.

      Course Code: PG-011
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 3

    • Software Skills: Email and Scheduling

      This course will familiarize students with Microsoft (MS) Outlook and associated functions.  Students will develop organizational habits and efficient practices to properly manage schedules. Topics include, time management, meeting arrangements and records management.  This course will also cover email etiquette and professionalism. 

      Course Code: BM-045
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 21

    • Software Skills: Excel

      Students will familiarize themselves with Microsoft (MS) Excel and learn to design, create, modify and present professional-looking spreadsheets for use in today’s workplace.  Students will use formulas and built-in functions to solve mathematical problems, perform calculations, and filter and format data. 

      Course Code: BM-035
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 21

    • Software Skills: Word Processing

      Students will familiarize themselves with Microsoft (MS) Word and develop skills to effectively utilize Windows navigational tool and files.  This course focuses on working proficiently with MS Word processing features to develop professional documents.

      Course Code: BM-025
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 21

    • Marketing Fundamentals

      The purpose of this course is to provide students with a basic understanding of the fundamentals of marketing, including the marketplace and consumers. Developing a customer-focused marketing strategy that achieves measurable, realistic objectives for an organization is emphasized.  Topics include: the global market environment, customer attitudes and behaviour, digital marketing and the influence of social media.

      Course Code: PG-060
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 42

    • Introduction to Human Resource Management

      This course introduces students to the basic human resource functions and the role of HR within an organization. Topics covered include: recruitment and selection, compensation and benefits, retention and motivation, and working with labour unions.

      Course Code: PG-070
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 42

    • Ethics and Social Responsibility for Leaders of Today

      This course introduces students to the importance of ethics and social responsibility in business. Emphasis is placed upon increasing awareness, understanding and critical thinking of ethical issues in business, and to provide conceptual tools to guide analysis and decision-making.

      Course Code: PG-030
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 42

    • Dynamic Communication Skills

      This course focuses on the communication skills that are necessary to be successful in a professional workplace environment. Developing effective speaking and listening skills are an integral part of the course.  Students are also introduced to effective strategies for creating and delivering effective presentations to a variety of audiences for various purposes.

      Course Code: PG-010
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 42

    • Principles of Economics

      Learners will understand, discuss, and apply the key concepts and principles of micro and macroeconomics in the context of the global economic environment and the Canadian economy. Links between economic principles and business fundamentals are emphasized and students will be able to apply abstract economic theory to real-world business situations.

      Course Code: BM-010
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 42

    • Canadian Business Environment

      As an introduction to what characterizes the business environment in Canada, this course provides students with the business basics that are essential in today’s fast-paced, globally connected world. Students learn how politics, the economy, laws and people have shaped the Canadian business climate by exploring key business topics, such as personnel, management, product development, finance, ethics and current issues and trends.

      Course Code: BM-020
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 42

    • Becoming a Lifelong Learner

      Students are introduced to the growth mindset required to become self-motivated resilient learners.  Students are challenged to examine their own thinking habits and build on their strengths in acquiring new learning and skills.  Various research-backed strategies are provided for students to tailor to their own classroom experiences and as a skill set to be carried forward into all aspects of life. 

      Course Code: BM-015
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 21

    • Essentials of Management

      This course familiarizes students with basic approaches to management and organizational theory and practice. Students will develop their understanding of managerial functions and the implications of these functions within different organizations.

      Course Code: BM-030
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 42

    • Writing and Grammar for Business

      In this course the emphasis will be placed on improving and perfecting written communication for business purposes (e-mails, memos, letters, reports, public relations messaging, and other documents). The focus is on providing students with the knowledge and skills to make their writing clear, effective, and grammatically correct. Students will also have the opportunity to develop effective communication for various professional scenarios and situations, including making business presentations.

      Course Code: PG-020
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 42

    • Budgeting and Financial Management

      This course allows participants to explore the complexities of planning, preparing and monitoring operational and capital budgets to support the strategic plan of an organization. Developing awareness of the principles of financial decision-making is explored as well. Topics include: financial goal setting, budgeting, tax planning, cash management, investment and insurance considerations.

      Course Code: PG-050
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 42

    • Organizational Behaviour for Corporate Governance

      This course will help students understand how organizational culture is adopted and internalized within organizations.  Students will explore determinants of organizational behaviour relating to individuals, groups, and structures, and the effect this has on North American work environments.

      Course Code: PG-040
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 42

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