$3,000 scholarship plus free laptop

*This program has been approved by the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training.

This diploma program would provide students with a greater understanding of business management and operations in a digital world. In addition to the theory and practical knowledge the students will be well prepared to communicate and write good business correspondence in a digital environment. As an Entrepreneur they would be able to understand and manage the daily requirements from capital finance to capital workforce that would add efficiency to their business operation. Successful completion of the program will provide Knowledge, Skill and Ability in today’s business world, and would be able to lead, communicate.

Graduates of this program may employment opportunities in various business departments. This program is most closely classified under the NOC 1123 of 2016:

Professional Occupancy in Advertising, Marketing and Public Relation, Advertising consultant, Communications officer, Communications specialist, Digital Marketers, Influential Marketing


It may also be classified under NOC:

1114 – Finance and Investment

1121 – Human Resources Professionals

1221 – Administrative Service and Financial Supervisor

1222 – Administrative and Regulatory occupations

1242 – Administrative Assistants

1411 – Office Support Occupations

1423 – Desktop publishing operators and related occupations.


Examples of career opportunities include:

• Marketing Assistant

• Social media marketing assistant

• Office administrator

• Human Recourses assistant

• Accounting and bookkeeping assistant

• Customer services representative.

The program is delivered in English with in class instruction. The program will employ lecture, business observations and research and a hands on approach to critical thinking and analytics.

9:00 AM to 1:00 PM (Monday to Friday)

5:00 PM to 9:00 PM (Monday to Friday)


May 2021


All locations


Full Time, 20 Hrs/Wk


800 Hours

Further information

1. High School Graduate or equivalent OR mature
student status (19 years or older prior to starting
the program)

2. Meet one of the following English Language
Proficiency requirements:

I. Minimum Grade 10 English (Domestic

II. For English as second language students;
Overall IELTS 5.0 or equivalent.

III. Pass the College’s English admission

Course No.

Name of Subject




Business Communications




Business Computers




Business Entrepreneurial Finance




Business Law




Business Mathematics




Business Writing




Bookeeping, Accounting, and Software




Sales and Marketing




Digital Marketing




Search Engine Optimization Strategy




Social Media Marketing Strategy




Strategic Web Design




Writing for the Web (Content Writing)




Human Resource Management




Management Information System




Business Market Research




Project Management




Career Strategies



Business Communications (BCCC)

This course offers a better of understanding of the 21st century ommunication. With a clear communication model that helps students professionally analyze and react to any sort of business situation. This Business communication course would train students in modern technologies and social media outlets, bringing the text into the context of our digital world.


Business Computers (BCCC)

This course is a hands-on course in which students will learn to use the computer to practice the four most popular programs within the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint). You will learn to be an intermediate level user of the Microsoft Office Suite. These skills are essential in working in an organization.


Business Entrepreneurial Finance (BLCC)

Entrepreneurial Finance will help students understand a broad range of financial aspects of entrepreneurship. This course explains the financial topics most important to running a profitable small business such as inventory control, time value of money, working capital management, and forecasting. It also will familiarize students with two popular business tools (excel and TI BA II Plus calculator) which can assist students learn problem-solving and decision-making skills.


Business Law (BFCC)

Course will help students emphasize intellectual property and information technology, as they are areas where there have been dramatic legislative changes and technological advancements in recent years. This course will provide students a greater understanding about many cases with newer decisions and comments on their impact on the laws that affect business decision making. This comprehensive resource will provide students skills and understanding of provincial regulations, and a brief overview of business legislation specific to the province, along with links to relevant cases, and additional resources.


Business Mathematics (BMCC)

This course will provide students with a review of basic mathematics which are important in the day to day of Business Operation. This course would increase student’s knowledge and skill in the solution of practical financial and operational problems encountered in operating a business. Students will learn algebraic equations, linear equations, quadratic equations, fractions, Present and Future value, Annuities, simple and compound interests, amortization etc.


Business Writing (BWCC)

This course helps to develop your communication skills so you will be prepared for the workplace. Communication skills needed for a successful career. The course provides a clear overview of the key concepts of business writing. Students will learn the three-step writing process, which includes planning, writing, and completing and offers a practical strategy for writing business messages.


Bookkeeping and Accounting Software (BKASPC)

The core content of the accounting course in a fresh format designed to help today’s learner succeed. Within its structured environment, students practice what they learn, test their understanding in accounting course which provides skills of Bookkeeping like journal entry, adjusting accounts, preparing a trial balance, cash flow and balance sheet. The course would be complemented by accounting software like Quick Books.


Sales and Marketing (SMCC)

The Students will Learn in this course the basic of Marketing skills, and how to create customer value and capturing it would drive a very good marketing strategy. In addition, they will also learn about currency and relevancy in today’s marketplace. The students would be introduced to basic concepts of marketing and soon figure out how to manage profitable customer relationship. The course would involve a Marketing Project where the instructor would facilitate and guide the students to craft a Marketing Plan.


Digital Marketing (DMCC)

The course provides students with a real-world understanding of digital marketing and help gain employment in their chosen field. The students would obtain the necessary knowledge and information to utilize marketing tools that would deliver a message unique to their needs of the consumers. The course demonstrates how all these tools have evolved, and how to weave them together into a coherent marketing strategy that would be very effective.


Search Engine Optimization Strategy (SEOCC)

Students will have greater understanding of SEO known as Search Engine Optimization; it is a process of finding the key terms to optimize the search engines in an organization favour, and have a good traffic to their website. The course is designed to test the concepts, link them, executive them and test them. All Search Engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo will provide the results of a search, and the listings are ranked based on search engine which considers the best for the consumers.


Social Media Marketing Strategy (SMMS-CC)

The course in the field of Social Media Marketing provides students with a cumulative learning experience, showing them how to construct social media strategies that achieve desired marketing goals. These marketing goals shape the development of tailored social media strategies. The platform-specific tactics, along with all the material in the book, are brought together to create a comprehensive social media marketing project involving all channels.


Strategic Web Design (SWDCC)

This course focuses on using WordPress for website design and advances students’ knowledge by teaching them how websites work. The textbook also examines how technology choices for building a website are more important than students may think. Each student leaves with an understanding of analytics and a fully functional website that they have built from
scratch. Students will become familiar with web publishing fundamentals, graphic design principles, and will discover how to incorporate graphics, video, security features and more on a website.


Writing for the Web (Content Writing) (WWCC)

The course will help student to understand the framework of effective communication with cases and many examples to learn and study. The Students will learn to create engaging content that attracts the right people to the site who want to read what you’ve written and are more than happy to do business with you. The course provides theoretical concepts and will discover hands on practical skills and techniques in creating the content of a web site.


Human Resources Management (HRCC)

This course would bring both human resources and non–human resources students into the current and comprehensive discussion on the ways in which human resources are among the most important assets in organizations today, and achieve its objectives. The strategic importance of human resources management (HRM) activities is emphasized by using examples from the Canadian employment landscape. Knowledge of HRM is important for supervisors and managers in every field and for employees at every level and the course will ensure these skills are passed onto students.


Management Information System (MISCC)

The students through this course overviews common uses for computers and information systems, explains the difference between computer literacy and information literacy, and then reviews transaction-processing systems as one of the earliest applications of information systems. Student will also learn the components of a management information system (MIS), including data, databases, processes, and information systems that relate to information technologies.


Market Research (MRCC)

The course is Intended for students with no prior background in marketing research, and facilitates the learning of basic fundamental statistical models needed to analyze market data. This course has been condensed and reorganized for a more streamlined approach. An integrated case study throughout the text helps students relate the material to the real world–and their future careers. The course also explains research process through Data base and Internet sources.


Project Management (PMCC)

Students in project management course would place them in a career path which responds to the demands of the organizations and professional groups in the industry. The students would be able to learn in project management a holistic, integrated approach to managing projects, exploring both technical and managerial challenges. It not only emphasizes individual project execution, but also provides a strategic perspective, demonstrating the means with which to manage projects at both the program and portfolio levels. Students will also use the MS Project software to enhance their skills of scheduling and planning.


Career Strategies (BCSCC)

The course focuses on helping students develop an ongoing, flexible portfolio of information about themselves. The workbook approach and step-by-step exercises keep students focused on the critical issues, self-developed goals, action plans, and execution of those plans. At the same time, various goal-setting techniques will help convey the importance of planning to overcome career obstacles and increase the likelihood of career success.

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