Business + Computer Studies
Business Studies Faculty: Ms. Herceg (Department Head), Ms. Naughton, Mrs. Teoh, Ms. Van
Computer Studies Faculty: Ms. Naughton
Office: Room 322 |
Tel.: (905) 791-1195 ext. 36322
Top 10 Jobs of the Future
(based on a study by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics that measures strongest growth rates between years 2016 and 2026)
Click here to view the full source.
The 10 best jobs for the future:
Computer systems analyst
Health services manager
Market research analyst
Personal financial adviser
Speech language pathologist
Earn a Certificate of Concentration in Business Studies
To qualify, students must complete a
minimum of 6 Business Studies Credits with a minimum of 60% in each course
At least 4 credits must be coded with a "B" (BTT, BBI, BMI, etc.)
2 other credits can be applied from the following courses:
Grade 11 and/or Grade 12 Economics
(CIE3M and/or CIA4M)
1 Interdisciplinary Business Credit (ex. Personal Finance)
1 Business Related Cooperative Education Credit
1 Grade 12 Mathematics Credit at the U, M, or C level.
You are encouraged to actively participate in every class activity. Teachers in the business and computers department source diverse resources and use a variety of learning methods to engage students.
Engage in hands-on classroom activities, and get involved in what you are learning, ranging from creativity challenges to developing a new venture.
Blended learning uses digital tools to teach and support learning in a face-to-face class. Through blended learning, you can access high-quality course materials, course calendars, and assignments during and outside school hours.
Information + Communication Technology (BTT1O1) ||
Introduction to Business (BBI2O1) ||
Financial Accounting Fundamentals (BAF3M1)||
Financial Accounting Principles (BAT4M1)|
Entrepreneurship: The Venture (BDI3C1)||
International Business Fundamentals (BBB4M1)|
||Marketing: Goods, Services + Events (BMI3C1)|
Management Fundamentals (BOH4M1)
The Digital Environment (BTA3O1)|||