What you'll learn

COM 100 Fundamentals of Business

The student examines a broad overview of the Canadian business system: how it functions and how it relates to specific areas such as marketing, production, finance and human resources. The student will gain specific insights into actual business operations and some of the major areas of concern regarding the role of business in society.
3 CR / (3,0)

COM 204 Financial Accounting

Introduction to accounting procedures, principles and financial statement preparation, and the analysis of accounting information for business decision-making. Emphasis is on accounting policies and generally accepted accounting principles.
3 CR / (3,0)

COM 212 Managerial Accounting

Introduction to the development and use of accounting information for management planning and control and the development of various cost information analyses. Major topics include job and process costing, cost allocation, cost behaviour, cost-volume-profit analysis, budgeting, standard costing, and variance analysis.

Prerequisite: COM 204
3 CR / (3,0)

COM 222 Management and Organizational Behaviour

Information extracted from various areas of psychology (social, industrial/organizational) and management will be utilized to study the nature of work, people, and organizations. Topics include: leadership, motivation, group dynamics, communication, Japanese management, job design, organizational design, organizational culture, organizational development, stress, and time management. Organizational behaviour and its impact on management is examined through lecture, discussion, case analyses, and practical applications of the material.
3 CR / (3,0)

COM 288 Introduction to Management Science

Management science involves the use of quantitative models to investigate and resolve management problems. Some examples of these problems are: how to minimize production costs without sacrificing quality, how to best estimate the time it will take to complete a complex project, how to set up an effective inventory order system, and how to evaluate marketing strategies. Topics include: decision theory, inventory models, linear programming, risk analysis, transportation problems, simulation, networks, waiting lines, and Markov analysis. The prerequisites and Corequisites are consistent with the requirements for transferring credits to UNBC or TRU.

Prerequisites: MATH 157 or MATH 104; and MATH 103 or MATH 204; and MATH 101 or MATH 165
Prerequisite or Corequisite: ECON 101 or ECON 201
3 CR / (2,1)


  • Type: Full or part-time
  • Length: 1 year
  • Campus: Prince George, individual courses offered at Quesnel
  • Fees: $3,523
These fees are an estimate.