Find outlines by Subject code
CAP500 - Career Planning
This subject is designed to enable students in their final semester to compile a database of personal information, company research, and current job market trends which will assist them in conducting a successful job search. In addition to exploring the skills and qualities essential to obtaining a position in their chosen career, students will prepare a career development campaign which will consist of sample applications of employment, resumes and cover letters, practice interviews, and follow-up techniques. The importance of ethics and etiquette in the workplace will also be discussed. Students will be shown how to keep their business network alive and how to retain and build on their initial database.
EBM630 - Taxation for Entrepreneurs
This subject will give the entrepreneur a greater awareness of some of the principles and concepts of the Income Tax Act and related statutes. Particular emphasis will be placed on self-employed income as well as the expenses and taxes payable by a small business owner. Some of the topics to be discussed will include personal taxation, corporate taxation, and the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST).
EBM650 - Small Business Problem Solving
Small business owners regularly face a variety of problems and opportunities in the finance, marketing, operations, human resources and management areas of their business. This subject engages students in business problems and opportunities, the analysis of such, and the development of sound strategies to deal with the situations.
EBM660 - Venture Practicum
In this course, students gain experience working on an entrepreneurial team and align their skills and knowledge with different team roles. Students will participate in Startup Weekend, hosted by Seneca in January and continue with their team through the semester; or choose to participate in an existing venture through HELIX, Enactus, or in the business community, for their project.