Business Foundations 100 (Certificate)


The Business Foundations 100 program emphasizes the long-standing principle of “Doing the Basics Best.” This program focuses on cutting-edge firsts, up-to-date issues that shape today’s business world, and creative pedagogy that helps students to build a solid foundation of business knowledge. The Business Foundation 100 program will utilize daily in-class lectures accompanied by PowerPoint (PPT) presentations, in-class case studies, professional business presentations, quizzes and final module exams. After 12 weeks of full time courses, students will proceed to fulfill their Co-Op Placement component (12 weeks) of the program.

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Business Foundations 200 (Certificate)


The Business Foundations 200 program combines all the dynamics of Business Foundation 100 which emphasizes the long-standing principle of “Doing the Basics Best.” The business component focuses on cutting-edge firsts, up-to-date issues that shape today’s business world, and creative pedagogy that helps students to build a solid foundation of business knowledge. The communication component incorporates excellence in business communication with the most current strategies and practices used in today’s workplace. It includes an emphasis on business writing, specifically in social media and technology platforms. As a result, the Business Foundations 200 program will promote active learning and stimulate critical thinking. These components work together to provide a seamless coverage of vital knowledge, helping students to understand the concepts behind effective communications while they develop and refine their skills to meet employer expectation in business today. The Business Foundation 200 program will utilize daily in-class lectures accompanied by PowerPoint (PPT) presentations, in-class exercises, case studies, student business presentations, quizzes and final module exams.

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Hospitality Management 6 Month - Co-op (Certificate)


These courses provide the crucial link between academia and the global hospitality industry. They give students the applied, real-world knowledge employers seek. The courses prepare students for entry-level and upper-level hospitality management positions, as well as specific technical and supervisory job skills employers’ demand.These courses provide the crucial link between academia and the global hospitality industry. They give students the applied, real-world knowledge employers seek. The courses prepare students for entry-level and upper-level hospitality management positions, as well as specific technical and supervisory job skills employers’ demand.

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Hospitality Management 1 Year - Co-op (Diploma)


These courses provide the crucial link between academia and the global hospitality industry. They give students the applied, real-world knowledge employers seek. The courses prepare students for entry-level and upper-level hospitality management positions, as well as specific technical and supervisory job skills employers’ demand.

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Introduction to Communications 101


A concise, practical guide to Business Communication will offer a direct, concrete approach and an opportunity for hands-on application of effective writing strategies. The program will focus on writing samples, interactive document makeover exercises, and videos of real-life workplace communication. This program will help students build confidence and competence to speak in public, create and give professional oral presentation with current technology. Finally students will be able to handle a job interview, and run business meetings. Topics include advice on writing, including letters, memos, reports and specific strategies for attacking common business-writing problems. The practical approach covers tips for collaboration and teamwork and contains explanations and exercises to provide students with the tools to become effective communicators. The Introduction to Communications 101 program will utilized daily in-class lectures accompanied by PowerPoint (PPT) presentations, in-class exercises, case studies, students professional presentations and chapter exams.

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Business Communications 100 – Co-op


The Business Communications 100 incorporates excellence in business communications with the most current strategies and practices used in today’s workplace. It includes an emphasis on business writing, specifically in social media and technology platforms. As a result, the Business Communications 100 program will promote active learning and stimulate critical thinking. These components work together to provide a seamless coverage of vital knowledge, helping students to understand the concepts behind effective communications while they develop and refine their skills to meet employer expectations in business today. The Business Communications 100 program will utilize daily in-class lectures accompanied by PowerPoint (PPT) presentations, in-class exercises, case studies, student business presentations, quizzes and final module exams.

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Business Communications 110 – No Co-op


The Business Communications 110 incorporates excellence in business communications with the most current strategies and practices used in today’s workplace. It includes an emphasis on business writing, specifically in social media and technology platforms. As a result, the Business Communications 110 program will promote active learning and stimulate critical thinking. These components work together to provide a seamless coverage of vital knowledge, helping students to understand the concepts behind effective communications while they develop and refine their skills to meet employer expectations in business today. The Business Communications 110 program will utilize daily in-class lectures accompanied by PowerPoint (PPT) presentations, in-class exercises, case studies, student business presentations, quizzes and final module exams.

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Food and Beverage Management (Certificate)


These courses provide the crucial link between academia and the global food and beverage industry. They give students the applied, real-world knowledge employers seek. The courses prepare students for entry-level and upper-level management positions, as well as specific technical and supervisory job skills employers’ demand.

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