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Foundation courses

Students in the 108-Credit Mature Entry and the 120-Credit Extended Credit programs will have Foundation Courses to take in addition to their Core, Major, and Elective courses. These are:

108-Credit Mature Entry Foundation courses:

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Offered by: SC & BTM
Program: Undergraduate

This course covers topics in information and communications technologies, including software, hardware, the Internet, and office productivity applications. Students learn about the technologies and their use, as well as acquire hands-on experience in key software applications.

Prerequisites & notes

Students who have received credit or exemption for DESC 200, INTE 290, or for this topic under a COMM 499 number or equivalent, may not take this course for credit.

Students enrolled in Mathematics and Statistics programs may not take this course for credit.


+ 3 non-business elective credits


120-Credit Extended Credit Foundation courses:

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Offered by: SC & BTM
Program: Undergraduate

This course covers topics in information and communications technologies, including software, hardware, the Internet, and office productivity applications. Students learn about the technologies and their use, as well as acquire hands-on experience in key software applications.

Prerequisites & notes

Students who have received credit or exemption for DESC 200, INTE 290, or for this topic under a COMM 499 number or equivalent, may not take this course for credit.

Students enrolled in Mathematics and Statistics programs may not take this course for credit.


+ 12 non-business elective credits

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