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Diploma in Business

Administration Co-op

Key facts

Start dates:

January, March, May, July,

September, November

Full-time Duration

Academic:
24 weeks in-class

with 24 weeks Co-op

Total Length: 66 weeks

including scheduled breaks

Class time:

Daytime or Evening

Why study the Diploma in Business Administration Co-op?

The Diploma in Business Administration is a one-year Co-op program for students who want a

successful career in business management. Graduates can seek roles in a variety of different fields,

including marketing, finance, human resources and management.

You will be able to:

Identify and understand the techniques and theories of successful business, including how to

manage finance, the fundamental principles of marketing, and how to create effective strategies

Develop the necessary skills and knowledge to make an impact in the workplace, such as

understanding the relationships between businesses and different local, national,

and global environments

Use cognitive and problem-solving skills to improve your communication skills and operate

effectively individually and as part of a team

Gain real business experience

Program modules

You will have at least 480 guided learning hours,

followed by 480 practicum hours in an

established business.

The work placement will help you apply the theories

you learn to practical business situations. We will

help you secure your work placement by sending

you for interviews.

The modules include:

Fundamentals of Business Communications

Bookkeeping, Computerized and

Financial Accounting with Simply

Business Environment

Managing Financial Resources

Organizations and Behaviour

Marketing Principles

Business Decision Making

Research Project

Work Placement

Assessment method

You must successfully complete all nine modules

to be awarded the Diploma in Business

Administration Co-op.

The assessment of each module consists of:

Individual Assignment or Class Test: 50%

Final Exam: 40%

Contribution Mark: 10%

Placement Report for Work Placement: 100%

Admission requirements

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma or

Equivalent * or Mature student **

• Age 18 or older

• IELTS of 5.5 or equivalent for

non-native English speakers

*A transcript, diploma or certificate from another

country are considered equivalent to an Ontario

high school diploma if assessed at an Ontario OSSD

level by a recognized assessment service.

** Mature students must be at least 18 years of

age and pass a Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam

with a minimum score of 15.

See the pre-approved recognized

assessment services below:

• World Education Services- wes.org

• University of Toronto, School of

Continuing Studies, Comparative

Education Service –

learn.utoronto.ca/ces

• International Credential Assessment

Service of Canada- icascanada.ca

Career opportunities

Graduates of this program will be

able to aim for roles in multinational

companies, including positions

such as:

Administration Officer

Administrative Services Officer

Financial Assistance Officer

Office Administrator

Operating Officer

Coordinator, Office Services

Sales Associate

Customer Service Representative

Financial Services Representative

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Diploma in Business

Management Co-op

Key facts

Start dates:

January, March, May, July,

September, November

Full-time Duration

Academic:
48 weeks in-class

with 24 weeks Co-op

Total Length: 109 weeks

including scheduled breaks

Class time:

Daytime or Evening

This program is available without co-op/work placement

Why study the Diploma in Business Management Co-op?

This two year program is ideal for those want to pursue a business career. This qualification will

prepare students for roles in a range of fields, including marketing, finance, human resources

and management.

This program focuses on the latest developments in business management, helping you to:

Develop the necessary skills and knowledge to be immediately effective as a manager, as well as

improving your personal and professional skills to help you achieve your goals

Use cognitive and problem-solving skills to operate effectively individually and as part of a team,

including consideration of business ethics at all times

Prepare for work in a range of cultures and countries, and understand how to create effective

communication strategies

Program modules

You will have at least 960 guided learning hours,

followed by 480 practicum hours in an

established business.

The work placement will help you apply the theories

you learn to practical business situations. We will

help you secure your work placement by sending

you for interviews.

The modules include:

Fundamentals of Business Communications

Bookkeeping, Computerized and

Financial Acct with Simply

Business Environment

Managing Financial Resources

Organizations and Behaviour

Marketing Principles

Business Decision Making

Research Project

Financial Accounting and Reporting

Personal and Professional Development

Working with and Leading People

Managing Business Activities to Achieve Results

Managing Communications

Operations Management in Business

Business Work Experience

Business Work Ethics

Work Placement

Assessment method

You must successfully complete all seventeen

modules to be awarded the Diploma in Business

Management Co-op.

The assessment of each module consists of:

Individual Assignment or Class Test: 50%

Final Exam: 40%

Contribution Mark: 10%

Placement Report for Work Placement: 100%

Admission requirements

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma or

Equivalent * or Mature student **

• Age 18 or older

• IELTS of 5.5 or equivalent for

non-native English speakers

*A transcript, diploma or certificate from another

country are considered equivalent to an Ontario

high school diploma if assessed at an Ontario OSSD

level by a recognized assessment service.

** Mature students must be at least 18 years of

age and pass a Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam

with a minimum score of 15.

See the pre-approved recognized

assessment services below:

• World Education Services- wes.org

• University of Toronto, School of

Continuing Studies, Comparative

Education Service –

learn.utoronto.ca/ces

• International Credential Assessment

Service of Canada- icascanada.ca

Career opportunities

Graduates of this program will be

able to aim for roles in multinational

companies, including positions

such as:

Marketing and Sales Manager

Project Coordinator

Manager Human Resources

Retail Manager

Business Manager

Account Manager

Office Manager

Management Planning Coordinator

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Diploma in Digital Marketing

Specialist Co-op

Key facts

Start dates:

2020 – January, May,

September

Full-time Duration

Academic:
24 weeks in-class

with 12 weeks Co-op

Total Length: 51 weeks

including scheduled breaks

Class time:

Daytime

Why study the Diploma in Digital Marketing Specialist Co-op?

The Diploma in Digital Marketing Specialist Co-op focuses on marketing, advertising, campaign

management through the PPC marketing model, social network and research to build the correct

marketing strategy.

This program will allow you to:

Develop digital advertising campaigns such as presentations, websites and social media,

brochures, reports and newsletters

Make use of tools such as WordPress, HTML and CSS, Google Adwords and Google Analytics

Learn to improve writing and create content for promotional purposes

Plan and implement a successful marketing strategy to position a brand, maintain its

reputation and build a website

Conduct surveys to identify the interests and concerns of key stakeholders

Build, optimize and analyze PPC campaigns on Google Ads and Bing Ads

Program modules

You will have 480 hours of guided learning hours

followed by 240 hours practicum hours in an

established business. The work placement will

help you apply the theories you learn to practical

business situations. We will help you secure your work

placement by sending you for interviews.

We have also partnered with some fantastic

organisations such as PwC and Manulife to ensure

students have a fulfilling experience.

The modules are:

Introduction to Marketing and Branding

Google SEO

Website Building and Design for Marketers

Google Analytics

(Upon completion of this module, you can apply to

write the exams for Google Analytics Certification)

Managing Social Media Sponsored Campaigns*

(Upon completion of this module, you can apply to

write the exams for Facebook Blueprint Certification)

Pay Per Click Marketing with Google Adwords*

(Upon completion of this module, you can apply to

write the exams for Google Adwords Certification)

Copywriting

Work Placement

*These certifications are offered by Google/Facebook

respectively. Exam fees might apply


Assessment method

You must successfully complete and pass all modules

to be awarded the Diploma in Digital Marketing

Specialist Co-op. An overall 50% pass mark is required

in order to pass the course to make sure you have

acquired sufficient knowledge and skills.

The assessment of each module consists of:

Module 1 to 8

Individual assignments or class tests ———-50%

Final Exam ———————————————-40%

Participation ——————————————-10%

Placement Report for Work Placement: 100%

Admission requirements

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma or

Equivalent * or Mature student **

• Age 18 or older

• IELTS of 5.5 or equivalent for

non-native English speakers

*A transcript, diploma or certificate from another

country are considered equivalent to an Ontario

high school diploma if assessed at an Ontario OSSD

level by a recognized assessment service.

** Mature students must be at least 18 years of

age and pass a Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam

with a minimum score of 15.

See the pre-approved recognized

assessment services below:

• World Education Services- wes.org

• University of Toronto, School of

Continuing Studies, Comparative

Education Service –

learn.utoronto.ca/ces

• International Credential Assessment

Service of Canada- icascanada.ca

Career opportunities

Graduates of this diploma will be

able to aim for roles in multinational

companies including positions

such as:

Communications officer

Digital marketing specialist

Social media coordinator

Content creator/writer

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Certificate in Business

Essentials Co-op

Key facts

Start dates:

January, March, May, July,

September, November

Full-time Duration

Academic:
12 weeks in-class

with 12 weeks Co-op

Total Length: 31 weeks

including scheduled breaks

Class time:

Daytime

Why study the Certificate in Business Essentials Co-op?

This is a 31-week program that includes 12 weeks of co-op placement. This program will prepare

you for a position within any organization that requires you to effectively deal with an increasingly

complex business environment.

This program will allow you to:

Examine various concepts related to organizational structures, functions and behaviors in order to

have a better understanding of the functioning of a business entity

Assess where and how to access sources of finance and the skills to use financial information for

vital decision making

Explore various terminologies and tools used in sales and marketing for a better understanding of

marketing principles

Enhance your business communication skills.

Program modules

You will have 240 hours of classroom learning and

another 240 hours of a co-op placement which can be

completed anywhere in Canada.

The modules are:

Fundamentals of Business Communications

Managing Financial Resources

Organizations and Behaviour

Marketing Principles

Work Placement

Assessment method

You must take and successfully complete all modules

and the co-op to be awarded a Certificate in Business

Essentials Co-op.

You are required to achieve a minimum overall grade

of 50% per module in order to pass. If you fail to meet

the learning outcomes and the 50% passing grade in

each module, you will have an opportunity to re-take

the module at the next available sitting.

The assessment of each module consists of:

Individual assignment or class test: 50%

Participation: 10%

Final Exam: 40%

Placement Report for Work Placement: 100%

Career opportunities

Graduates can go onto careers in a

variety of different fields including sales,

marketing, retail, finance, customer

service, and administration. Your roles

can include but are not limited to:

Administrative Support Officer

Administrative Assistant

Senior Secretary

Office Administrator / Coordinator

Sales Associate

Admission requirements

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma or

Equivalent * or Mature student **

• Age 18 or older

• IELTS of 5.0 or equivalent for

non-native English speakers

*A transcript, diploma or certificate from another

country are considered equivalent to an Ontario

high school diploma if assessed at an Ontario OSSD

level by a recognized assessment service.

** Mature students must be at least 18 years of

age and pass a Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam

with a minimum score of 15.

See the pre-approved recognized

assessment services below:

• World Education Services- wes.org

• University of Toronto, School of

Continuing Studies, Comparative

Education Service –

learn.utoronto.ca/ces

• International Credential Assessment

Service of Canada- icascanada.ca

Customer Service Representative

Financial Services Representative

Client Service Associate

Property Administrator

Cash Management Associate

Records Officer

Scheduling Assistant

Junior Planner

Junior Executive Assistant

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Certificate in

Customer Service Excellence Co-op

Key facts

Start dates:

January, March, May, July,

September, November

Full-time Duration

Academic:
12 weeks in-class

with 12 weeks Co-op

Total Length: 31 weeks

including scheduled breaks

Class time:

Daytime

Why study the Certificate in Customer Service Excellence Co-op?

This is a 31 week program that includes 12 weeks of a co-op placement. This program will prepare

you for a position in hotels, restaurants or other hospitality and tourism establishments.

This program will allow you to:

Focus on the latest developments in the hospitality and tourism industry

Identify and understand the techniques and theoretical knowledge required in the modern

hospitality and tourism environment

Develop competencies such as effective problem-solving, communication skills, excellent customer

service skills, leadership and team work

Acquire the necessary knowledge and skills needed to be successful in the hospitality and

tourism industry

Program modules

You will have 240 hours of classroom learning and

another 240 hours of a co-op placement which can be

completed anywhere in Canada.

The modules are:

Fundamentals of Business Communications

Customer Service

Front Office Operations

Food and Beverage Operations

Work Placement

Assessment method

You must take and successfully complete all modules

and the co-op to be awarded a Certificate in Customer

Service Excellence Co-op.

You are required to achieve a minimum overall grade

of 50% per module in order to pass. If you fail to meet

the learning outcomes and the 50% passing grade in

each module, you will have an opportunity to re-take

the module at the next available sitting.

The assessment of each module consists of:

Individual assignment or class test: 50%

Participation: 10%

Final Exam: 40%

Placement Report for Work Placement: 100%

Admission requirements

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma or

Equivalent * or Mature student **

• Age 18 or older

• IELTS of 5.0 or equivalent for

non-native English speakers

*A transcript, diploma or certificate from another

country are considered equivalent to an Ontario

high school diploma if assessed at an Ontario OSSD

level by a recognized assessment service.

** Mature students must be at least 18 years of

age and pass a Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam

with a minimum score of 15.

See the pre-approved recognized

assessment services below:

• World Education Services- wes.org

• University of Toronto, School of

Continuing Studies, Comparative

Education Service –

learn.utoronto.ca/ces

• International Credential Assessment

Service of Canada- icascanada.ca

Career opportunities

Graduates can go onto careers in a variety of different industries including:

Hotels, Motels, Resorts:

Front desk agent, room attendant, in-room dining attendant, concierge, registration agent

Restaurant, Bars and other food and beverage establishments:

Servers, hostess, bartenders

Travel Agencies and transportation:

Sales representative, tour guide, travel agent, visitor information counsellor

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Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism

Management Co-op

Key facts

Start dates:

January, March, May, July,

September, November

Full-time Duration

Academic:
24 weeks in-class

with 24 weeks Co-op

Total Length: 66 weeks

including scheduled breaks

Class time:

Daytime

Why study the Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management Co-op?

This one-year program will give you the skills to begin and succeed in a career in hospitality and

tourism. It focuses on the most up-to-date developments in the hospitality industry, helping you to:

Develop professional hotel competencies such as effective communication skills, good customer

service skills, leadership, and team work, ensuring that you are providing a high quality product or

service to your customers

Gain supervised practical work experience directly related to your academic and career goals

Become immediately effective within the hospitality and tourism industry through understanding

the principles and procedures of a range of hospitality functions, including front desk operations,

housekeeping, and food and beverage production

Program modules

You will have at least 480 guided learning hours,

followed by 480 practicum hours in an

established business.

The work placement will help you apply the theories

you learn to practical business situations. We will

help you secure your work placement by sending

you for interviews.

The modules are:

Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism

Front Office Operations

Housekeeping

Food and Beverage Operations

Food Sanitation, Safety and Health

Hospitality Accounting

Customer Service

Organizational Behavior in Hospitality Industry

Work Placement

Assessment method

You must successfully complete all nine modules to be

awarded the Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism

Management Co-op.

The assessment of each module consists of:

Individual Assignment or Class Test: 50%

Final Examination: 50%

Placement Report for Work Placement: 100%

Admission requirements

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma or

Equivalent * or Mature student **

• Age 18 or older

• IELTS of 5.5 or equivalent for

non-native English speakers

*A transcript, diploma or certificate from another

country are considered equivalent to an Ontario

high school diploma if assessed at an Ontario OSSD

level by a recognized assessment service.

** Mature students must be at least 18 years of

age and pass a Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam

with a minimum score of 15.

See the pre-approved recognized

assessment services below:

• World Education Services- wes.org

• University of Toronto, School of

Continuing Studies, Comparative

Education Service –

learn.utoronto.ca/ces

• International Credential Assessment

Service of Canada- icascanada.ca

Career opportunities

Graduates of this program will be

able to aim for roles in multinational

companies, including positions

such as:

Desk Clerk

Guest Service Agent

Restaurant Assistant Manager

Food Service Officer

Visitor Information Counsellor

Conference Planner Assistant

Booking and Reservations Officer

Sales Assistant

Travel Guide

Resort Worker

Room Service Clerk

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Diploma in Fundamentals of

Hospitality and Tourism Co-op

Key facts

Start dates:

January, March, May, July,

September, November

Full-time Duration

Academic:
42 weeks in-class

with 30 weeks Co-op

Total Length: 94 weeks

including scheduled breaks

Class time:

Evening

Why study the Diploma in Fundamentals of Hospitality and Tourism Co-op?

This two-year Diploma in Fundamentals of Hospitality and Tourism Co-op Program will provide

you with the skills to aim for an entry level qualification in the field of hospitality and tourism

management. In this program you will be able to:

Identify and understand the techniques and theories of successful business, including how to

manage finance, the fundamental principles of marketing, and how to create effective strategies

Gain specialist knowledge within all areas of hospitality and tourism from a national and

international perspective

Realize the meaning of providing a five star service in order to satisfy the needs of your customers

Learn about basic marketing concepts and terms as well as aspects of food hygiene and safety

Practice skills valued by all industries, no matter what role you’re in– soft skills and hard

skills. You will also learn about the varied terminology for this industry

Discover financial knowledge in order to successfully analyze and interpret financial records

for account keeping

Navigate job hunting and interviewing as well as helping you to uncover the importance of

professional conduct.

Program modules

You will have at least 630 guided learning hours,

followed by 600 practicum hours in an established

hospitality establishment in Canada.

Your work placement will help you apply the theories

you learn to practical business situations and we

help you secure your work placement by sending

you for interviews.

The modules are:

Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism

Food and Safety Management

Academic & Professional Enhancement Skills in

Hospitality and Tourism

Introduction to Customer Service

Accounting Fundamentals for

Hospitality and Tourism

Introduction to Marketing in Hospitality and Tourism

Job Search Preparation and Post Placement Study

Work Placement

Assessment method

You must take and successfully complete all eight

modules to be awarded the Diploma in

Fundamentals of Hospitality and Tourism Co-op.

The assessment of each module consists of:

Individual assignment or class test: 50%

Final Examination: 50%

Placement Report for Work Placement: 100%

Admission requirements

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma or

Equivalent * or Mature student **

• Age 18 or older

• IELTS of 4.5 or equivalent for

non-native English speakers

*A transcript, diploma or certificate from another

country are considered equivalent to an Ontario

high school diploma if assessed at an Ontario OSSD

level by a recognized assessment service.

** Mature students must be at least 18 years of

age and pass a Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam

with a minimum score of 14.

See the pre-approved recognized

assessment services below:

• World Education Services- wes.org

• University of Toronto, School of

Continuing Studies, Comparative

Education Service –

learn.utoronto.ca/ces

• International Credential Assessment

Service of Canada- icascanada.ca

Career opportunities

Graduates of this program will be

able to aim for roles in multinational

companies, including positions

such as:

Guest Service Agent

Reservation Clerk

Room Clerk

Server

Bartender

Hostess

Assistant Server

Barista

Travel Counsellor

Travel Information Agent

Visitor Information Counsellor

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Advanced Diploma in Hospitality and

Tourism Management Co-op

Key facts

Start dates:

January, March, May, July,

September, November

Full-time Duration

Academic:
48 weeks in-class

with 24 weeks Co-op

Total Length: 109 weeks

including scheduled breaks

Class time:

Daytime

This program is available without co-op/work placement

Why study the Advanced Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management?

This two-year Advanced diploma will prepare you for a management position within the hospitality

industry. It focuses on the latest developments in the field, helping you to:

Develop professional hospitality management competencies and learn the principles behind

important management concepts, such as operational strategies, performance and control systems,

and effective marketing approaches

Achieve good customer service through successful leadership and team work, as well as

understanding the difference between individual, interpersonal, and collective organizational

behaviour

Appreciate and understand the role of the manager within the hospitality and tourism industry

Program modules

You will have at least 960 guided learning hours,

followed by 480 practicum hours in an established

business.

The work placement will help you apply the theories

you learn to practical business situations. We will

help you secure your work placement by sending

you for interviews.

The modules are:

Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism

Front Office Operations

Housekeeping

Food and Beverage Operations

Food Sanitation, Safety and Health

Hospitality Accounting

Customer Service

Organizational Behavior in Hospitality Industry

Facilities and Maintenance Management

Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Events

Food and Beverage Management

Human Resource Management

Marketing in Hospitality and Tourism

Issues in Hospitality and Tourism Industry

Resort Management

Niche and Specialty Management

Work Placement

Assessment method

You must successfully complete all seventeen modules

to be awarded the Advanced Diploma in

Hospitality and Tourism Management Co-op.

The assessment of each module consists of:

Individual assignment or class test: 50%

Final Examination: 50%

Placement Report for Work Placement: 100%

Admission requirements

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma or

Equivalent * or Mature student **

• Age 18 or older

• IELTS of 5.5 or equivalent for

non-native English speakers

*A transcript, diploma or certificate from another

country are considered equivalent to an Ontario

high school diploma if assessed at an Ontario OSSD

level by a recognized assessment service.

** Mature students must be at least 18 years of

age and pass a Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam

with a minimum score of 15.

See the pre-approved recognized

assessment services below:

• World Education Services- wes.org

• University of Toronto, School of

Continuing Studies, Comparative

Education Service –

learn.utoronto.ca/ces

• International Credential Assessment

Service of Canada- icascanada.ca

Career opportunities

Graduates of this program will be

able to aim for roles in multinational

companies, including positions

such as:

Front Desk Manager

Guest Service Manager

Restaurant Manager

Food Service Manager

Travel Manager

Travel Information Manager

Visitor Information Manager

Catering Manager

Event and Meeting Manager

Sales Manager

Corporate Travel Manager

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Diploma in Data Analytics Co-op

Key facts

Start dates:

January, May, September

Full-time Duration

Academic:
24 weeks in-class

with 12 weeks Co-op

Total Length: 52 weeks

including scheduled breaks

Class time:

Daytime

Why study the Diploma in Data Analytics Co-op?

The Diploma in Data Analytics Co-op Program is a one-year program that aims to develop the

requisite skills to analyze data and to communicate it effectively. Our data analytics program

integrates classroom learning that is powered by AWS Educate with guaranteed, supervised practical

work experience that is directly related to your academic and career goals.

The data analytics subjects you study will allow you to:

Use the skills to enhance the quality and usefulness of data analytics by drawing from both the

cutting edge of automated data collection and traditional methods of data collection to enable the

development of methodologically sound approaches

Enhance your knowledge about theoretical concepts and practical applications of data auditing,

handling and collecting as well as the accurate tools for this and for effective decision making

Gain practical experiences in handling and analyzing data to gain informative and useful insights

using analysis software such as SQL and SAS while continuously learning the theoretical concepts

handling and designing data

Develop presentation skills to facilitate the understanding of findings and to make informed

decisions seeking to understand and monitor processes to drive efficiency

Understand the concepts of and recognize the importance of professional conduct and develop and

implement strategies to promote professional competence

Program modules

You will have 600 hours guided learning hours

followed by 240 hours practicum hours in an

established business. The work placement will

help you apply the theories you learn to practical

business situations. We will help you secure your work

placement by sending you for interviews.

The modules are:

Data Design

Data Handling and Decision Making

Working with Data using SAS and SQL

Data Visualization and Interpretation

Work Placement

Assessment method

You must successfully complete and pass all five

modules to be awarded the Diploma in Data

Analytics Co-op. An overall 50% pass mark is required

in order to pass the course to make sure you have

acquired sufficient knowledge and skills.

The assessment of each module consists of:

Module 1

Individual assignments or class tests ———–40%

Essay ——————————————————-25%

Report —————————————————–35%

Module 2

Individual assignments or class tests ———–40%

Essay ——————————————————-25%

Report —————————————————–35%

Module 3

Individual assignments or class tests ———–20%

Mid-term examination ——————————-30%

Final examination ————————————-50%

Module 4

Individual assignments or class tests ———–40%

Presentation ———————————————35%

Final assignment —————————————25%

Module 5

Co-op evaluation/report —————————100%

Admission requirements

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma or

Equivalent * or Mature student **

• Age 18 or older

• IELTS of 5.5 or equivalent for

non-native English speakers

• Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam with a

minimum score of 16

*A transcript, diploma or certificate from another

country are considered equivalent to an Ontario

high school diploma if assessed at an Ontario OSSD

level by a recognized assessment service.

** Mature students must be at least 18 years of

age and pass a Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam

with a minimum score of 16.

See the pre-approved recognized

assessment services below:

• World Education Services- wes.org

• University of Toronto, School of

Continuing Studies, Comparative

Education Service –

learn.utoronto.ca/ces

• International Credential Assessment

Service of Canada- icascanada.ca

Career opportunities

Graduates of this diploma will be

able to aim for roles in multinational

companies including positions

such as:

Data Analyst

Database Analyst

Data Mining Analyst

Data Warehouse Analyst

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Diploma in Cybersecurity

Specialist Co-op

Key facts

Start dates:

January, May, September

Full-time Duration

Academic:
24 weeks in-class

with 12 weeks Co-op

Total Length: 51 weeks

including scheduled breaks

Class time:

Daytime

Why study the Diploma in Cybersecurity Specialist Co-op?

This one year program is ideal if you are looking to becoming familiar with all aspects of cyber

security such as Blockchain, Big Data, IOT, etc. This course will also allow you to get practical

experience of tools and techniques that are widely used in this field.

This program will allow you to:

Study computer systems and networks and assess risks to determine how security policies and

protocols can be improved

Anticipate information security risks and implement new ways to protect organizations’ computer

systems and networks

Handle computer communication across multiple operation systems

Respond to security alerts, uncover and fix flaws in computer systems and networks

Utilize technologies to perform or prevent cyberattacks of various types

Program modules

You will have 480 hours guided learning hours

followed by 240 hours practicum hours in an

established business. The work placement will

help you apply the theories you learn to practical

business situations. We will help you secure your work

placement by sending you for interviews.

The modules are:

Introduction to Cybersecurity

Computer Networks

Communications, Operation Systems and Data

Management

Programming languages for Cybersecurity

Concepts and Practical Implication of Encryption

Information Security in the Cyber World

Penetration testing

Hackathon

Work Placement

Assessment method

You must take and successfully complete all

modules and the co-op to be awarded a Diploma in

Cybersecurity Specialist Co-op.

You are required to achieve a minimum overall grade

of 50% per module in order to pass. If you fail to meet

the learning outcomes and the 50% passing grade in

each module, you will have an opportunity to re-take

the module at the next available sitting.

The assessment of each module consists of:

Module 1 to 7

Individual assignments or class tests ———-50%

Final Exam ———————————————-40%

Participation ——————————————-10%

Module 8

Individual assignments or class tests ———-90%

Participation ——————————————-10%

Module 9

Work Placement Evaluation ——————–100%

Admission requirements

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma or

Equivalent * or Mature student **

• Age 18 or older

• IELTS of 5.5 or equivalent for

non-native English speakers

*A transcript, diploma or certificate from another

country are considered equivalent to an Ontario

high school diploma if assessed at an Ontario OSSD

level by a recognized assessment service.

** Mature students must be at least 18 years of

age and pass a Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam

with a minimum score of 15.

See the pre-approved recognized

assessment services below:

• World Education Services- wes.org

• University of Toronto, School of

Continuing Studies, Comparative

Education Service –

learn.utoronto.ca/ces

• International Credential Assessment

Service of Canada- icascanada.ca

Career opportunities

Graduates of this diploma will be

able to aim for roles in multinational

companies including positions

such as:

Informatics Security Analyst

Systems Security Analyst

Security Administrator

Security Software Developer

Cryptographer

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Toronto School of Management | Prospectus – 2019










Preparatory Course for

ACCA Examination

Key facts

Start dates:

March and September

Full-time Duration

Academic:
55 weeks

Total Length: 115 weeks

including scheduled breaks

Class time:

Daytime or Part-Time classes

As a Gold Learning Partner,

this means that

has met ACCA’s high

performance standards

including the evaluation of

our student feedback, tutors,

student reviews, facilities,

mock exams and more.

Computer-based assessment

Our Campus is licensed computer based

examination (CBE) centre for ACCA global

body. Students have the option to take on

demand CBE for papers AB, MA, FA, and LW.

ACCA gobal registration

For more information about ACCA, exam

regulations and minimum entry criteria for

each country, visit the website at

www.accaglobal.com or email

info@accaglobal.com

What is ACCA?

The Association of Chartered Certified

Accountants (ACCA) is a professional

accountancy qualification that is recognized

around the world, with 503,000 students

and 208,000 members worldwide across

179 countries.

Once you qualify, ACCA membership opens

doors to a successful career in finance or

accountancy practice, and increases your

earning potential. It is highly regarded in

the fields of banking, management and

consulting, and provides a major advantage in

competing for senior roles around the world.

Why study the Preparatory Course

for ACCA Examination?

More quality hours

The more time you spend in lectures, the more likely

you are to pass your exams – so we ensure that we

provide you with quality time learning from your tutors.

Highly experienced tutors

Our tutors are selected for the depth of their subject

knowledge, communication skills, and passion for

teaching. Their years of experience mean that they can

explain how concepts link to real business scenarios.

Free ACCA paper re-sit^

We recognize your commitment to your studies, so we

offer a free re-sit program^ in the unlikely event that

you have to repeat the exam.

24/7 online support

Supplement your ACCA lectures with online study

resources on the award-winning InterActive Study

Platform. You’ll be able to practice exam questions

and watch HD video recordings.

Route to a BSc

This program also opens up a study route to a BSc

(Hons) in Applied Accounting with Oxford Brookes

University. We can recommend pre-selected tutors to

help you to pursue this. For more information visit the

Pathway to an MBA

Our program has a pathway with University Canada

West (UCW) MBA program. T&Cs apply.

Resources

ACCA study manuals, class notes, revision kits,

and revision cards

Revision classes and Past exams

Mock exams with extensive feedback

Exam technique sessions

ACCA syllabus

Applied knowledge

AB Accountant in Business

MA Management Accounting

FA Financial Accounting

Applied skills

LW Corporate and Business Law

PM Performance Management

TX Taxation

FR Financial Reporting

AA Audit & Assurance

FM Financial Management

Strategic professional –

essentials

SBL Strategic Business Leader

SBR Strategic Business Reporting

Strategic professional – options

APM Advanced Performance

Management

AAA Advanced Audit & Assurance

^Terms and Conditions apply: students must attend

classes as per attendance policy AND achieve

50% or more in the mock exam conducted by TSoM.

Admission requirements

• Registration with the ACCA global body

• Age 18 or older

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma or

Equivalent * or Mature student **

• IELTS of 5.5 or equivalent for Non-native

English speakers

*A transcript, diploma or certificate from another

country are considered equivalent to an Ontario high

school diploma if assessed at an Ontario OSSD level

by a recognized assessment service.

** Mature students must be at least 18 years of age

and pass a Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam with a

minimum score of 15.

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