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CAP500 - Career Planning

This subject is designed to prepare students with the knowledge and transferable skills required to assist in a successful career launch in the global business sector. In addition to exploring the skills and qualities essential to obtain a position in their chosen career, students will prepare a career development campaign which will consist of resumes and cover letters, practise interviews and follow-up techniques. The importance of ethics and etiquette in the workplace will also be discussed. Both traditional and on-line methodologies will be integrated throughout the course.

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INB365 - Transborder Procedures

This course introduces students to practical hands-on knowledge of various tariff reliefs. Emphasis will be placed on North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) rules of origin determinations as well as United States of America (USA), Canadian and Mexican government requirements for import clearances classified by sector and country of origin.

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SIB460 - Trade Research/Market Analysis

This course describes the importance of international market research and market analysis in the success of an exporting venture. Students will apply research techniques to market analysis and selection through practical experience, based on Forum for International Trade Training (FITT) recommendations and standards.

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SIB520 - International Business Law

This course introduces students to basic legal issues that arise frequently in international business. Topics covered may include: Canadian and international trade and investment law, legal organizations, trading blocs, tort law and product liability, contract law, international sale of goods contracts, agency and distribution agreements, transport of goods, export sales financing, forms and legal risks of foreign market entry and methods of risk management, intellectual property, conflict of laws and dispute settlement. The materials are presented from a Canadian perspective.

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SIB650 - Export Marketing

This course investigates the criteria and strategies, in a Canadian context, necessary to export products and services overseas. Exporting is a first step entry strategy within the broader framework of international marketing; consequently this course will allow students to explore the processes / systems and develop the skills required for planning the exportation and promotion of products internationally. Students will be expected to develop the skills required to provide comprehensive background knowledge, conceptual understanding and tools and strategies to help companies make informed export marketing decisions and to set companies? products or services apart from the competition.

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GEN001 - General Education Option

According to the Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities, ?the purpose of General Education in the Ontario college system is to contribute to the development of citizens who are conscious of the diversity, complexity, and richness of the human experience; who are able to establish meaning through this consciousness; and, who, as a result, are able to contribute thoughtfully, creatively, and positively to the society in which they live and work. General Education strengthens students? generic skills, such as critical analysis, problem solving, and communication, in the context of an exploration of topics with broad-based personal and / or societal importance?. Please contact the School of English and Liberal Studies at your campus to find out more about the variety of General Education courses from which you can choose.

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