- Program Description
- Program of Studies / Mandatory Courses
- Admission and Registration
- Learning Outcomes
- Next Steps
- Frequently Asked Questions
- College Resources
- Program Contact
Learning is focused on alignment of business processes across functions and enterprises, and how those processes relate to the organization from a strategic, tactical and financial perspective. Courses include components of technology, database fundamentals and reporting to enable appreciation or the complexities of information technology. Critical-thinking skills, with a focus on process evaluation, will be developed. Overlaying the methodologies for information technology and business training will be courses on project management, negotiation, facilitation and Lean Six Sigma.
- Develop new or improved innovative business processes from gap analysis through process design in support of a company's strategic objectives in a socially responsible manner.
- Utilize effective and established research, documentation methods, and business improvement procedures in order to develop and document business processes and business models according to established timelines and project goals.
- Plan, manage, and facilitate the requirements gathering activities throughout the requirements process for changes to a business system, including analysis of the interdependence between financial and operational metrics.
- Develop strategies to bridge gaps between requirements and existing systems using appropriate methods, tools, techniques and documentation in accordance with standard business practices.
- Use a project management approach to communicate technical and business information to a variety of stakeholders, including technical and business stakeholders.
- Collaborate, network and communicate with various stakeholders in an ethical manner by applying negotiation and problem-solving skills in order to evaluate and align business processes and business models with the strategic objectives of the organization.
This program is also offered through Full Time Studies.
Continuing Education students usually complete this program in two to four years.
Courses in this program cost approximately $425 each. Textbooks are extra.
Admission and Registration
- University degree or college diploma (two year or longer) including most Business, Computer Science, or Humanities and Social Sciences program OR
- An acceptable combination of related work experience and postsecondary education (as determined by the college).
Original, official transcripts (in a sealed envelope from the issuing institution) must be submitted in order to receive an official, and final, offer for the program.
- Applicants declaring permanent resident or Convention Refugee status in Canada, must submit a copy of their Permanent Resident Card (PR card) along with their application.
- All applicants submitting international transcripts must also provide an official and sealed credential evaluation report. This can be coordinated through any of the following:
- An official English Language Proficiency score report outlining a minimum grade of 7 in all components.
- Other information or documents may be requested to determine your eligibility.
OSAP funding may be available. Learn more about Financial Assistance Options for Continuing Education Students.
For more details on related occupations, job market information and career opportunities, visit the Government of Canada Job Bank (opens in new window).
Frequently Asked Questions
- Continuing Education FAQ
- Where can I find more information on registering?
- What is the fee structure?
- How can I apply for an exemption?
- Can I obtain credit for learning obtained outside a traditional classroom?
- Where can I find more information on online learning and exams for online courses?
- How do I apply to graduate?
Technology and Skills Development