ADMN 181: Marketing introduces students to basic concepts and principles of marketing. Topics include Canadian entrepreneurship, small business management, evaluation of business opportunities, and marketing management. Market planning will be emphasized as well as practical decision making in regards to evaluating the business environment, market segmentation, market research, and strategy choices. The marketing mix or product, price, place of distribution, and promotion will be discussed in depth.

The Business Administration Intermediate Accounting I is the first part of a two-semester course dealing with theory and concepts as applied to financial reporting. Valuation and cost allocation problems applying to cash, receivables, inventories and investments, and property, plant, and equipment form an integral part of this course.

Financial Management examines the role of finance and the tools and environment of financial decision-making. Topics include: Time value of money, foundations for valuation, financial analysis and planning, management of current assets and liabilities, capital budgeting, risk and return, and personal finance.

A one semester course examining the nature and function of auditing. Students will study the various types of audits as well as the auditor's role in the decision-making process. The planning accumulation and interpretation of audit evidence including EDP systems is a major component of the course. Case studies requiring an examination of internal control, planning an audit, development of an audit program and the preparation and completion of working papers, financial statements and the auditors’ report are also part of this course.

COMM 220: Principles of Organizational Behaviour course is an introduction to the behaviour, relationships, and performance of individuals and groups in work organizations as well as the nature of organizational structure and processes. Organizational dynamics are examined with a view to creating an effective working environment from a human perspective.

The Business Administration Financial Accounting I course is an introductory course in accounting from the basic accounting equation to the preparation of the income statement, statement of owner's equity and balance sheet. This course covers merchandise operations, valuation and control of cash, temporary investments and receivables, inventories and cost of goods sold, principles of internal control and accounting for payroll liabilities. Includes important accounting principles and concepts as well as the classification of accounts. The use of special journals, worksheets and computerized accounting is also covered.

An introduction to management accounting concepts, including job order and process costing, cost-volume-profit relationships, variable costing, activity-based costing, standard costs, cost control through flexible budgets, segment reporting and identification of costs relevant to price, product and replacement decisions.

Welcome to the Accounting & Finance Club.

The purpose of the club is to have some fun, and maybe learn a little bit of something along the way.  We will be holding a few event, watching movies, doing some networking with local CPA's, other professionals and business owners. The club is not only focused on CPA's, it is a general business club for all students in the School of Business.

The club will run for the entire School year ending in April, and reforming a new Executive the following September.