School of Management

SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

Bachelor’s Degree (BA ) in Business Administration ( B.A.A. )

Objective

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) course includes 15 foundations, including a graduation capstone course. These courses allow you to acquire basic knowledge in management and explore the key areas of the administration. Upon your third session, you should choose a concentration of specialized path in match two if you opt for the mixed path, or go to the general path. You will also be asked to improve your training by adding one of our four optional profiles: international, entrepreneurial, or distinction in sustainable development. This bachelor includes, in addition, nine credits in additional training or courses outside the area of administration as language training, communication and others. It also offers the possibility of up to two credited courses and paid in business. The program aims to give a solid learning foundation for Administrative Sciences. It focuses on developing management skills such as decision making, teamwork, sense of ethics and communication, as well as openness to change and the world.

Ability

Love to solve problems and achieve concrete results. Love to coordinate and supervise a team or project and make decisions. Have good analytical skills. Be versatile, disciplined and have good adaptability. Have good interpersonal skills, leadership and diplomacy. To be convincing. Having the ability to communicate in French and English. Be skilled with computers. Love numbers. Interest in the economy and politics.

Opportunity

Administration graduates have excellent job prospects, regardless of their specialization track. Upon arrival at the Faculty, you will be invited to participate in numerous Career Center activities. You may like to attend thematic conferences on the development of professional and personal skills by experts and business people recognized, for example on the art of networking in business ethics, etiquette on social networks and teamwork. The Career Center also offers the possibility of a skills assessment and personalized psychometric profile with a dynamic interpretation of the results by an accredited advisor.

Profession
Administration agent
Business Development Officer
Administrative director
administrator

Employers
Large companies
Financial institutions
Ministries
Non-profit organizations
SMEs

Access to graduate studies

This leads to baccalaureate graduate studies, including several master’s degrees in business administration (MBA), professional degrees in administrative sciences as well as master’s degrees in Management Science with memory.

All requirements must be met when entering the program.

The applicant must meet the following requirements:

-Be 18 years or older. Hold a high school diploma (Bac II) or its equivalent.

-Having left school early.

Applicants who have a combination of education and relevant experience deemed equivalent to that required of the holder applicant may be eligible as a result of the analysis of the file. The program is limited enrollment, the number of places is very limited.

Selection criteria The application is analyzed on the basis of the quality of academic record.

Laptop

In undertaking its program, the student must acquire, from the first session, a portable computer with a number of software, allowing the applicant to undertake its current research. Mastering basic computer functions and standard software is essential. Introductory courses to specialized software are sold out program.

Knowledge of French

The student admitted to the EM must comply with the provisions relating to the application of the Policy on the use of French at the University G.O.C.

Non francophone candidate

The candidate whose language of instruction in primary and secondary education is not the French must demonstrate a minimum level of knowledge of the French language. His skills in written French will be assessed on arrival and, where applicable, a patch French courses could be added to its journey.

 

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

Bachelor (Licence) in Science of Business Administration (B. A. A.)

*This page presents the official version of the program. The University G.O.C. reserves the right to change the content without notice.

ADM-Administration

ADM3110 Project directed administration II

ADM6950 Special Topics (administration)

ADM6951 Special Topics (administration)

ADM6952 Special Topics (administration)

ADM6953 Special Topics (administration)

ADS – Education Management

ADS6016 Internship in educational administration and policy

ADS6021 Special Topics (school administration)

ADS7009 Introduction to Educational Administration

ADS7021 Issues and developments in administration and education policies

AEE – Administration and Evaluation in Education

AEE7000 Administration and Evaluation in Education: Foundations and Challenges

AEE7009 Internship in administration and evaluation in education

DRT – Right

DRT1712 government law

EHE – studies off-campus

EHE1ADM Studies – International profile – Bachelor of Business Administration

EHE6ADM Studies – International profile – MBA

EHE6AEE Studies – International profile – Degree in administration and evaluation in education

MSL – Museology

EHE6SAD Studies – International profile – Degree in Administrative Science

GMT – Geomatics

GMT7012 Land Administration

MQT – Quantitative Methods

MQT6003 Stochastic Modelling in Management Science

MSL6000 Administration museums

POL – Political Science

POL1006 Introduction to Public Administration

POL2202 Haitian public administrations

POL2204 local and regional administrations compared

POL6005 Public Administration Internship

POL7012 Ethics and Public Administration

POL7046 Theories institutions, administrations and organizations

POL7056 Contemporary Public Administration Issues

POL7058 Law, public policy and administration

TRACKING PROGRAM – (90 credits)

ADMINISTRATION

The student who wishes to enroll in a specialized concentration of 36 credits or two concentrations of 18 credits each must contact the program director to make the choice.

The student who wishes can enroll in the English version of one or the other during this block.

CTB-1000: Financial Accounting (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to develop the student’s ability to understand the operation of an accounting system, since the registration of an operation in the accounting records, to the preparation of a complete set of financial statements. Thereafter, it will be able to read, understand, interpret and analyze the summary financial statements. He will discover the limitations and constraints of financial accounting and include the accounting policy choices that are needed. Finally, he will learn how accounting information can respond to the needs and concerns of key users.

GSF-1020: Business Economics (3 credits)

Description

This course is an introduction to the microeconomic analysis applied to business management. It focuses on understanding and application of relevant economic concepts to the business world. The concepts covered include the basics of economics, optimization, supply and demand, incentives of the different economic agents, the structure of production costs and market functioning. The main goal is to improve decision making by highlighting the economic factors that influence the choices of individuals and those of companies and their performance.

MNG-1000: The company and its management (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to introduce students to the main activities of management in the operation of a business. Following the development of a systemic framework situating the role of managers and the decisions they make are successively discusses the purpose and business strategies, planning, organization, management, control and sharing. Readings and exercises are performed, as well as teamwork. The preferred self-learning formula is supported in class by a greater supervision of teacher.

MQT-1102: Probability and Statistics (3 credits)

Description

This course presents the probability and statistics as a decision support management tools. It addresses the notions of probability, random variables and some probability distributions. The main topics in statistics are: descriptive statistics, sampling distributions, estimation, hypothesis testing, regression and correlation. Software: Excel, SPSS.

MRK-1000: Marketing (3 credits)

Description

This course focuses on major decisions in marketing. Most of the course consists of a presentation of the variables of the “marketing mix” (product, communication, distribution and price) in a management perspective. Then, integrating all the strategic planning activity is carried out by the students, using the method of case analysis, and, in particular application areas: services marketing, international marketing, industrial marketing, marketing innovation and public and social marketing.

CTB-1001: Management Accounting (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to introduce students to the concepts and tools used in management accounting. It led him to become familiar with the concepts and fundamental techniques in management accounting used in different contexts of decision making. Upon completion of this course the student will be able to know and apply the concepts learned in different types of organizations such as the processor or service, non-profit organization or public entity or parastatal.

GSF-1000: Finance (3 credits)

Description

This strictly focused on finance course allows the student to grasp the basic principles and all of this scope. It outlines the basic concepts, introduces the student to the decision-making in financial management and shows the different ways of making a financial decision. It presents the foundations of the financial management of companies: financial mathematics, the concepts of financial analysis, the choice of investments and the risk-return relationship. In practical activities in the trading rooms, the students work on real cases simulated.

GSO-1000: Operations and Logistics (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces the logistics function of a manufacturing organization. The content focuses on the different types of production systems, inventory management, aggregate production planning, materials planning requirements, project management, scheduling, quality management, maintenance, planning, transportation management, site selection.

MNG-1001: Organizational Behavior (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to make students aware of the importance of human aspects in the management of organizations and make them familiar with the basic concepts of organizational behavior such as perception, motivation, group processes, communication, power, leadership, organizational culture, organizational development, career planning, stress. The course takes a multidisciplinary perspective and highlights several levels of analysis is the individual, group and organization.

SIO-1000: Systems and Information Technology (3 credits)

Description

This course is generally designed to prepare managers of organizations to face the information technology and management information systems in their sectors of activity, give them the essential tools to contribute to their development and control by providing appropriate frames of reference. It generally affects all aspects of information systems and the infrastructure of information technology. Particular attention is paid to contemporary trends in the area of systems and information technology including: Internet use in business, the development of digital business and e-commerce, the establishment of systems strategic information, business systems implementation (ERP), the deployment of mechanisms to ensure information security, knowledge management and the use of decision support tools. The emphasis is, however, on business opportunities, successes and possible failures. This brings the student to cope with contemporary trends, preparing it to benefit.

GSF-1010: Financial Macroeconomics (3 credits)

Description

The foundation of modern macroeconomics and links with finance. The gross domestic product, unemployment, inflation, the determination of interest rates and the role of financial institutions. Economic growth, sustainable development, governance and international trade. The supply and aggregate demand, multipliers, fiscal and monetary policies and their consequences.

MNG-2000: Human Resource Management (3 credits)

Description

Objectives: This course is an introduction to the global problem of human resource management. It is the knowledge and understanding of the components of human resource management as well as the impact of environmental and organizational contexts. The systemic approach allows to highlight the complexity and dynamics of the human resources management in the management of organizations.
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ADM-3050: Strategic Management of Organizations (3 credits)

Description

In this course, students are asked to summarize the various knowledge acquired during their studies in administration. The aim is to develop the skills necessary to practice the knowledge acquired in the various disciplines in a perspective and an integrated and strategic management of the company, and not from a functional perspective. In addition, the focus is on the modern context in which strategic management inscribed, context characterized by the new economy, globalization, e-commerce and social and environmental responsibility. Solving strategic problems and a business simulation contribute to achieving this objective, which is the heart of this course.

ADM-3109: Strategic Analysis on Organizations (3 credits)

Description

In this course the student is expected to make a synthesis of various knowledge acquired during his studies in administration. The aim is to develop intervention skills to improve strategic health of an organization. The focus is on the modern context in which strategic management inscribed, context characterized by the new economy, globalization, e-commerce and social and environmental responsibility. The student has the opportunity to contribute to the process of formulating and implementing an organizational strategy through obtaining a mandate given by an organization.

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CTB-2050: Taxation I (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to familiarize students with the income tax of individuals and to raise the tax consequences of various transactions and business decisions. At the end of this course, students will be able to calculate the tax liability of an individual, to understand the foundations of economic decision making to maximize the wealth tax after taking into account the ethical dimensions, recommend certain tax strategies that align with the objectives of the taxpayer to incorporate some tax concepts to the analysis of investment projects and funding, to discuss the effect of the tax rules on the choice of form and mode employee compensation, executives and shareholders leader.

MQT-1101: Modeling and Decision Support (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to introduce students to a general and structured approach to formalize and analyze some problems in management decision. As an introductory course, it relies on a widespread formalism, that of linear programming, on the optimal management of resources. The last part of the course extends this framework decision in uncertainty. Numerous illustrations in logistics, marketing, finance and other support the course content.

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CTB-3112: Accounting for Sustainable Development (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces the student to the challenges of sustainable development and their impact on accounting and the role of accounting in organizations. The student is required to better understand the issues of sustainable development. It is also known to control the effects of the inclusion of issues related to sustainable development in the strategy of an organization, the concepts related to the management of environmental costs and écocontrôle and measurement of assessment financial and non-financial performance in the context of sustainable development.

DRT-1907: Business Law and Governance (3 credits)

Description

This course reviews key concepts and the main legal rules in the context of the business, from training until the end of business: introduction to Haitian law, company formation, financing of business, management and staff of the company, the company and its market, the end of the business.

GUI-2103: Property and Sustainable Development (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to general principles of building construction in a context of sustainable development. Basics of materials, components and assemblies buildings: foundations, structures, envelopes, openings, mechanical systems and recoveries. Best practices of sustainable development in real estate, including the study of LEED and BOMA certifications.

MNG-2109: Corporate Social Responsibility and Solidarity Economy (3 credits)

Description

This course provides conceptual tools and practical examples to understand, integrate and manage corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the perspective of a social economy. It focuses on several social issues that contemporary companies exacerbate their actions or inaction. This course also suggests practical action plans to address these societal challenges by focusing on the development of social economy at national and international levels. The strategic dimensions, entrepreneurial and managerial CSR are addressed to equip students on the modalities of its implementation.

MNG-2110: Sustainable Development and Management Organizations (3 credits)

Description

This course’s main objective is to offer conceptual and practical tools to understand and efficiently integrate the concept of sustainable development in organizations. The foundations and the practical applications of this concept will be tackled using various examples and an interdisciplinary perspective.

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ANL-2020 Intermediate English II (3 credits)

Description

Advanced intermediate course intended for students who can express themselves both orally and in writing in simple everyday situations and can read and write relatively simple texts. Oral comprehension and writing; oral and written expression. grammatical structures, vocabulary and idioms, pronunciation.

ANL-3010: Advanced English I (3 credits)

Description

Advanced courses for students who have relatively little difficulty understanding and expressing themselves adequately, but need to enrich their grammar and vocabulary. Oral comprehension and writing; oral and written expression. grammatical structures, vocabulary and idioms, pronunciation.

ANL-3011: Intensive English IV (6 credits)

Description

Intensive English Second Language advanced intermediate level. Content: grammar in context, listening comprehension, speaking, reading comprehension, written expression.

ANL-3020: Advanced English II (3 credits)

Description

Advanced courses for students who wish to improve their oral and written English. This course aims to bring students to express themselves correctly both orally and in writing and to pursue graduate studies in English.

ANL-3030: Advanced English III (3 credits)

Description

Advanced courses for people who have a good knowledge of English and who want to perfect their knowledge of grammar and vocabulary and oral and written.

ANL-3040: Advanced English IV (3 credits)

Description

Advanced courses for people who have a very good knowledge of English and want to improve it further. Content: oral and written expression related texts on various topics, vocabulary, language levels, grammar as required by the group.

ANL-3900: Workplace English (3 credits)

Description

Advanced courses for students wishing to improve oral and written English skills for the world of work.

ANL-3905: English for Academic Purposes (3 credits)

Description

Graduate courses to acquire or consolidate the skills in science communication, both oral and written. The course focuses, among others, the summary and the scientific article, oral or poster presentation, bibliography, use of technology and communication strategies.

ANT-1902: International Experience and culture shock (3 credits)

Description

This course covers the cultural shock in a global perspective. It deals with the social, political and historical in which the shock occurs and explores the strategies developed by people who have experienced such a shock. Starting from real situations, it suggests ways to go to meet each other.

COM-1050: ComViz: communicate through images in advertising and journalism (3 credits)

Description

Fully self-learning on the Internet: lectures, interactive exercises. Evaluations folder. Ten modules, including four on the plastic, two on journalistic image, two on the advertising image, one on the layout and on the law.

COM-1500: Public speaking in public (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to develop the ability to communicate orally in a heterogeneous group. Study of verbal and nonverbal components needed for oral communication quality. Action and oral feedback guided by the teacher, with the logistical support of the video. Note – This course aims to consolidate the general knowledge of French and knowledge of university-level French.

COM-2902: Effective communication of business (3 credits)

Description

This course provides an interactive course designed to develop communication skills, both oral and written, to allow the student to become an effective communicator of the business world. The recommended teaching approach is to place the student in the role of a manager working in a virtual organization, and to allow him to live to the rhythm of the daily challenges of the communication manager. It thus puts into practice the concepts covered in class. Ultimately, the student discovers his communicative profile, master the fundamentals of business communication and includes the communications issues of an organization.

DDU-1000: Foundations for Sustainable Development (3 credits)

Description

This introductory course to sustainable development is for any undergraduate student. It is to provide an introduction to the concept of different sizes and the implementation of sustainable development tools. It allows the student to acquire the basic elements of a general reflection on sustainable development, which takes into account its many ambiguities and difficulties of its operationalization. In addition, this course encourages thinking about the tools necessary for its apprehension as social project. This interdisciplinary course is offered in distance during the fall, winter and summer. This course is mandatory for the profile by sustainable development.

ECN-1030: Financial Institutions and Markets (3 credits)

Description

The key function of financial systems is to make the link between economic agents who save and economic agents in need of financing and credit. This course analyzes the different aspects of this relationship in Haiti: the wide variety of monetary and credit instruments; how the rate of return on these instruments are determined; the development and organization of Haitian financial institutions (banks, near banks, etc.); the regulation of the sector and its challenges; the Bank of the Republic of Haiti and the relationship between monetary policy and financial markets.

ECN-1100: Health Economics (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces the student to the economic analysis of health services: the characteristics of demand and supply of services, cost trends, program effectiveness, methods of financing, labor market issues and industry pharmaceuticals. Applications favor the Quebec situation. This course no prior request.

ECN-1110: Development Economics (3 credits)

Description

Introductory courses in development economics. Topics include: poverty, inequality of resources, the rural economy, the functioning of markets in this sector (in particular, the credit market), the role of economic growth, international trade and institutions in the development. Thinking about the mechanisms underlying development problems.

ECN-1150: Environmental Economics (3 credits)

Description

Economic analysis, theoretical and practical aspects of environmental problems and solutions that may be proposed: the emission control policies (taxation of polluting emissions, tradable pollution permits, regulations currently used, etc.); proposals economists on monetary valuation of benefits and costs related to environmental protection; current issues, such as the greenhouse effect.

EDC-1001: Research, analysis and essay (3 credits)

Description

The general objective of this course is to enable students to acquire the skills to produce an essay than a dozen historic pages in his field of study. This course can therefore cover several academic areas: archeology, political science, social science, translation, business administration, management, law, policy, education, pure sciences. This course may be relevant for any program that requires the student, at one time or another, producing a long work that uses the story of a discipline or field of study . Specifically, the student must develop skills to establish a problematic, a hypothesis and a demonstration plan, to differentiate factual information of a copyright argument, writing complete paragraphs, to develop text coherent and structured and many other aspects that are discussed in the training manual for this purpose.

EDC-4000: Successful university in the digital age: search and present information (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to train students for the information search process to quickly find relevant information in libraries and on the Web, evaluate and correctly cite the source. It also aims to bring the student to fully exploit the research results in effectively presenting them with a word processor, spreadsheet, and a creation software digital slideshow, while respecting the generally recognized rules of disclosure and written on the screen. This training is based on the areas of competence of the French national repository of IT and Internet Certificate (C2i).

ENT-1000: Know undertake: the passion to create and act (3 credits)

Description

This introductory course in entrepreneurship is for any student in the first cycle. It aims to develop a sense of initiative and entrepreneurship among students, to help them discover and exploit its full entrepreneurial potential. The knowledge imparted to students relate to both the entrepreneur and the creative process by which he leads his project, whether it is a social project, commercial, cooperative, artistic or otherwise. Concrete examples are presented to illustrate the passion of entrepreneurs, their need to create and innovate and action orientation. Available in classroom or distance, the course plays a key role in the development of entrepreneurial skills. The course includes the realization of an entrepreneurial sketch to sensitize students to the realities of an entrepreneurial project and develop a more balanced view of the challenges to consider. The sketch is not a complete business plan, the progress of the course remains primarily the discovery and development of the student’s entrepreneurial potential and not the creation of a company.

ESG-1010 Español elemental I (3 credits)

Description

Elementary level introductory course in spoken and written Spanish. Study of the fundamental structures through tasks to perform. Development of communication strategies. Presentation of the most characteristic of Spanish phonemes. Introduction to some customs and realities of the Hispanic world. Lab work and at home. Note: The student who registers for the course for beginners disclaims any previous training acquired in the target language. If it has already taken a course, a placement test is necessary to know the level that corresponds to his knowledge.

ESG-1020 Español elemental II (3 credits)

Description

During elementary level. Further study of the basic structures, to develop comprehension and expression, both oral and written. communication activities as tasks to perform. Presentation of some cultural aspects of the Hispanic world. Lab work and at home.

ESG-2010 Español intermedio I (3 credits)

Description

Intermediate course. Systematization of basic structures to promote oral expression, communication situations, presentations and educational games. Writing short texts such as compositions, abstracts and reviews. Deepening cultural knowledge of the Hispanic world. Lab work and at home.

ESG-2020 Español intermedio II (3 credits)

Description

Intermediate course. Consolidation of the four language skills through intensive language practice. Study of some complex structures. Debates and discussions on cultural topics representative of Hispanic culture.

GGR-1000: Introduction to the world map (3 credits)

Description

Reasoned analysis of the configuration and the relative position of the major regions of the world. Analysis of their distinct geographic content of both dominant and common traits of the other. particular attention to the historical foundations of the formation of states, political news and roots.

HST-1008: The world in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries (3 credits)

Description

Analysis of major trends in the contemporary world (industrialization, liberalism, nationalism, imperialism and decolonization); general knowledge on the following topics: a polarization between the communist world and the capitalist world, development and underdevelopment.

MNG-2908: My professional action project (3 credits)

Description

At a time when the job market offers many opportunities and where the choice of a career almost exclusively on individuals, it is necessary to take time to step back and ask what we really want to do , what skills you want to use and what we want to achieve professional ambitions. This course allows the student to develop his thinking as far as the tools (resume, Web CV, cover letter, digital portfolio, LinkedIn profile, interview simulation, business card, networking) that will be useful to him to draw up a professional project and take action.

PHI-1900: Logical Principles (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to make known some of the tools of thought and especially to show how to use them to better order prior knowledge or those under development. We learn to analyze a text or a point of view, to bring out the essential, defining the concepts involved, to distinguish and evaluate the arguments involved. Such training is proving an asset to profitably address any field of study. It also helps to draft more precise and coherent texts. As this is a basic course requires no previous training in logic. It may be followed by people from any field, as well, of course, by those who are enrolled in a program in philosophy.

POL-1005: Introduction to International Relations (3 credits)

Description

Study of the international system; historical formation and ideological foundations; types of systems and transformations; Contemporary system; conflict process; cooperation process; transnational forces; major themes of current international debates; diplomacy and foreign policy.

POL-1006: Introduction to Public Administration (3 credits)

Description

Governments are at the heart of contemporary transformations of public action and prerogatives of States. By comparing several systems of public administration, this course analyzes the major recent developments in Western bureaucracies. Also discussed are the main concepts and theories that structure this field of research.

POL-1007: Political Force (3 credits)

Description

This course has overall political forces, specifying the nature of each. It deals with the meaning and scope of their activities and interactions, by placing them in the social and political groups and ask for elements of a comprehensive reflection on them.

POL-2207: Environmental Policies (3 credits)

Description

The course objective is to introduce students to environmental issues from the perspective of policy analysis and public administration. The evolution of ecological thought. The appearance of the main environmental issues and problems in contemporary societies. Instruments and management mechanisms at national and international level. The role of social forces. Haitian dimension of environmental policies. Foreign experiences.

RLT-1001: Unionism (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to bring the student to grasp the complexity of trade unionism, to lead him to a systematic reflection on the nature of trade unionism, its modes and levels of action and on issues that unionism must reply.

SOC-2120: Sociology of technological innovation (3 credits)

Description

Context, process and impact of technological innovation. Science and technology. Explain innovation. Companies and States in research and development. science and technology policies. Socio-technical controversies: large dams; bioscience and biotechnology; new information technologies; nanotechnology. Manage technological risks. high reliability organizations. Social technology assessment.
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the courses ASR acronyms, CTB, ENT, GIE, GSF, GSO, GUI, MNG, MRK, PFP, SIO (excluding over the series 800 and 900) and other courses in the concentrations of specialized path and the joint path.

The student admitted to the entrepreneurial profile must pass the MNG-2108 course.

The following courses are offered in French and in English; one of the two versions can be contributory to the program:

French Version: ASR-2100, GIE-2150, GIE-3100, GIE-4100, GSF-2102, GSF-4051, GUI-2100, MNG-2100, MNG-2103 MNG-3107, MNG-3108, MNG-4023 , RK-2102, RK-2107, RK-2108, RK-3101, RK-3106

English version: ASR-2103, GIE-2108, GIE-3104, GIE-4103, GSF-2106, GSF-4052, GUI-2110, MNG-2101, MNG-3101

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ASR-2100: Risk Management and Insurance (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to introduce the student to the risk management and to familiarize with the basic concepts specific to insurance. Topics include managing individual risks and those of the company; instead of the “Risk Management” in the organization and its effects on profits; risk identification and analysis; the likelihood of risks; the various risks to property, income, responsibility; investment analysis and decision making in risk management; various forms of insurance.

ASR-2102: Financial income: Insurance and Annuities (3 credits)

Description

Knowing the following financial products: life insurance products, insurance products against accidents and illness, insurance products of goods and annuity products. Apply risk management principles to the field of insurance. Knowing the principles of the regulation of life insurance contracts.

ASR-4003: Financial management of an insurer (3 credits)

Description

Knowing the following financial products: life insurance products, insurance products against accidents and illness, insurance products of goods and annuity products. Apply risk management principles to the field of insurance. Knowing the principles of the regulation of life insurance contracts

GSF-2107: Quantitative Analysis of investment and programming (3 credits)

Description

This course presents the main quantitative tools essential to solving investment problems. It allows the student to become familiar with the concepts of quantitative financial modeling and portfolio management.

GUI-2100: Franchise (3 credits)

Description

Models and instruments for analysis of investment and real estate financing. tax and financial characteristics of the various real estate investment modes. Measuring returns, leverage and risk assessment. Link between real estate returns and property valuation. Case studies of real estate investments

SIO-2103: Design of organizational information systems I (3 credits)

Description

This course focuses on the design of organizational information systems (SIO). It covers in particular the role of business analysts, complementary to the computer, in the development of WIS. We focus on understanding the business processes of an organization in order to be able to design a data model that corresponds to the organizational reality. It also rethinks the business process with the possibilities offered by new information technologies. In summary, this course covers the fundamentals and concepts of the main stages of computerization of organizations, the opportunity to study the programming of computerized information system.

SIO-2104: Technology for e-business (3 credits)

Description

Electronic business now play an important role in the evolution of any modern organization. This course aims to enable students to become familiar with the principles, approaches, techniques and technologies related to e-business in order to apply them cleverly. It also aims to provide a sufficiently comprehensive knowledge base to allow the student to continue learning throughout his career in the field of information technology

SIO-2105: The council function SIO (3 credits)

Description

This course is for the student who specializes in organizational information systems. He is learning professional skills and the acquisition of knowledge related to board function SIO through four modules: IT management and the role “Board” IT professional; Blueprint for a project; management and evaluation of organizational technological change; professionalism, ethics and IT.

SIO-2107: Project Management, WIS applications (3 credits)

Description

This project management and ongoing development of IT applications is the integration of the material studied in the program and in the context of the management of a specific IT project.

SIO-3100: Design of organizational information systems II (3 credits)

Description

This course focuses on the design of organizational information systems (SIO) by integrating the transformation of business processes of the organization. It covers in particular the role and the various tools of the business analyst in transformational projects of WIS development. We focus on understanding the current business processes of an organization, the analysis of the latter in terms of quality and relevance, and the design of new business processes and more efficient ORC. In summary, this course covers the fundamentals and concepts of the main stages of computerization of organizations, the opportunity to study the development of the computerized ORC prototype, through the transformation of business processes.

SIO-3110: Business Analysis Workshop (3 credits)

Description

This course focuses on the design of organizational information systems (SIO) by integrating the transformation of business processes of the organization. It covers in particular the role and the various tools of the business analyst in transformational projects of WIS development. We focus on understanding the current business processes of an organization, the analysis of the latter in terms of quality and relevance, and the design of new business processes and more efficient ORC. In summary, this course covers the fundamentals and concepts of the main stages of computerization of organizations, the opportunity to study the development of the computerized ORC prototype, through the transformation of business processes.
ACCOUNTING

The BTC-2050 courses and DRT-1907 must first be successful.

CTB-2100: Intermediate Accounting I (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces the student to the international standards for presentation of financial information (IFRS). He deepened IFRS for particular topics and allows to interpret, verify and present the financial statements of transactions involving items in the statement of financial position, income statement, the statement of changes equity and statement of cash flows. It develops knowledge as well as critical thinking by focusing on understanding, preparation and interpretation of financial information. This is an essential course for students who wish to obtain a professional accounting. It is also a very useful and interesting courses for students in related disciplines such as finance.

CTB-2101: Intermediate Accounting II (3 credits)

Description

This course deepens the GAAP – IFRS and Haitian standards for private enterprises – in particular topics and allows to interpret, verify and present the financial statements transactions involving certain balance sheet items and the state results. The course develops the knowledge as well as critical thinking by focusing on understanding, preparation and interpretation of financial information. This is an essential course for students who wish to obtain a professional accounting. It is also a very useful and interesting courses for students in related disciplines such as finance

CTB-2102: Cost Management (3 credits)

Description

The main objective of the course is to educate students on the importance of sound management of costs. Whether a company manufacturing or services, a non-profit organization or entity in the public or parapublic sector, cost management is crucial. This course also aims to confront the traditional methods of management and monitoring costs to contemporary approaches. At the end of the course the student is able to apply in detail the different methods of accumulation and distribution of costs and analyze the results.

CTB-2106: governance and internal control (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces students to the concepts of governance that are useful in future accounting, including the role of the audit committee. In addition, this course focuses on internal control and the responsibilities of management and the board. It also allows the student to become familiar with the assessment of internal control and audit of financial information, with the knowledge needed to plan, assess and carry out audits and awareness is to environment and ethics in an audit.

CTB-2107: Owner Taxation leader and his company (3 credits)

Description

This course familiarizes the student with the income tax of corporations, persons of partnerships and the leaders shareholders. Upon completion of this course the student is able to calculate the income tax of a company; calculate the income of partners of a partnership; to choose the appropriate legal form when starting a business; discuss when and how to incorporate a company in business; discuss the effect of the tax rules on the choice of method of remuneration of the shareholder officer; and determine the tax consequences of transactions involving the share capital of a company, including eligibility for the deduction for capital gains.

CTB-3101: Regroupementsd’entreprises (3 credits)

Description This course covers the basic concepts and accounting for investments intercompany business combinations as well as international investment activities. The course covers the investment accounting intercompany notions, presentation of consolidated financial statements, elimination of intercompany transactions, the accounting for transactions in foreign currency and related party transactions or non-monetary.

CTB-3103: Performance, decision and control (3 credits)

Description

In this course, the student should deepen knowledge related to management control in organizations working in dynamic environments. He learned to use the tools and techniques available in management accounting that are necessary in planning, control, decision making and evaluation of organizational performance. The student also sees the different management control mechanisms introduced in organizations.

CTB-3109: Seminar in Accounting (3 credits)

Description

This seminar will provide a space for exchange and learning through discussion, analysis and critical thinking. Accounting is approached from different theoretical perspectives. Specifically, the seminar is organized in six parts, each part being associated with a particular perspective. Thus, accounting is approached from the philosophical angle, economic, sociological, critical, organizational and psychological. For different readings and group discussion sessions, the student is required to otherwise perceive their area of expertise that is financial accounting. After this seminar, students began a personal reflection that allows it to develop its own perspective on accounting and the place

CTB-3111: External and Internal Audit (3 credits)

Description

This course enables students to enrich and consolidate the knowledge acquired in the course governance and internal control. In addition, it allows the student to master the generally accepted standards for external audit of financial statements from the perspective of the controller and auditor to become familiar with the process of compliance and substantive used in audit external and to learn about the internal audit and the roles played by the internal auditors in the audit organizations involved in the private sector and the public sector.

CTB-3112: Accounting for Sustainable Development (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces the student to the challenges of sustainable development and their impact on accounting and the role of accounting in organizations. The student is required to better understand the issues of sustainable development. It is also known to control the effects of the inclusion of issues related to sustainable development in the strategy of an organization, the concepts related to the management of environmental costs and écocontrôle and measurement of assessment financial and non-financial performance in the context of sustainable development.

CTB-3113: Tax planning of the individual and corporate reorganizations (3 credits)

Description

This course deepens the tax rules on income tax of individuals, trusts and corporations. Upon completion of this course the student is able to discuss the imposition of an individual; determine the tax consequences of the death of an individual; to deal with the tax consequences of the use of a trust; propose will and estate planning elements; suggest personal financial planning strategies adapted to various situations; discuss the tax treatment applicable in the context of various business transactions such as the transmission of a company to his children, the sale of a business or business combination. Finally, this course develops in students the ability to establish effective tax planning strategies.

CTB-3200: Special Topics in Financial Accounting (3 credits)

Description

This financial accounting course allows the student 3rd year accounting concentration to master knowledge on accounting standards for private enterprises and public companies, particularly regarding earnings per share, discontinued operations, segment information and the obligations related to decommissioning. In addition, the student is referred to in the second part of the course, study all the rules applicable to financial instruments, particularly for hybrid financial instruments, derivative financial instruments and hedging activities.
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The GSF-1010 course must first be successful.

The current ASR-2100, GSF-2102 and GUI-2100 are also available in English: ASR-2103, GSF-2106 and GUI-2110.

ASR-2100: Risk Management and Insurance

Description

The objective of this course is to introduce the student to the risk management and to familiarize with the basic concepts specific to insurance. Topics include managing individual risks and those of the company; instead of the “Risk Management” in the organization and its effects on profits; risk identification and analysis; the likelihood of risks; the various risks to property, income, responsibility; investment analysis and decision making in risk management; various forms of insurance.

GSF-2101: Portfolio Management (3 credits)

Description

This course focuses on the modern theory regarding the management of securities portfolios and functioning of financial markets. It seeks to gradually introduce students to the field, combining theory and practice. The basic concepts and practices supplements are discussed primarily in the context of variable income securities investments and, to a lesser extent, in the context of fixed-income securities investments.

GSF-2102: Corporate Finance (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to familiarize students with the principles of corporate finance. The course enables students to acquire the basic concepts on which the practice of modern corporate finance relies. Topics include: the decision on capital structure, dividend policy, risk management, evaluation of the company, mergers and acquisitions, securities issues and corporate governance

GSF-2104: International Financial Management (3 credits)

Description

The course aims to make students aware of the importance of the international dimension in the daily financial management and financial strategy of companies. The aim is to develop the student’s ability to understand and analyze the major problems of financial decision in an international context. Specifically, the course covers the following aspects: the functioning of international financial markets, motives and risks of direct investment abroad, the choice of investments in international context and financing of international operations.

GSF-2107: Quantitative Analysis of investment and programming (3 credits)

Description

This course presents the main quantitative tools essential to solving investment problems. It allows the student to become familiar with the concepts of quantitative financial modeling and portfolio management.

GSF-3100: Capital market (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to analyze the financial markets and their main financial instruments and their role in the intermediation of funds and risk. We proceed first to the description and on examining the role of these markets, financial institutions and regulators, particularly in the Haitian context. We analyze, subsequently, the term structure of interest rates and volatility in fixed income securities. We then examine the government bond markets, corporate and international. In the second part of the course, we study fixed income securities with optional clauses, then we proceed with the review of major risk financial intermediation markets classified by instruments that are traded there, or the securities markets backed by debts, futures, options and swaps.

GSF-3101: Introduction to derivatives (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to familiarize students with derivatives such as options, futures contracts (forwards and futures), swaps and others. It allows students specializing in finance at the undergraduate level, to acquire the basic concepts on which modern practice of finance relies. The course provides a description of how different derivatives markets, the institutional characteristics of these markets and their functioning. It also allows students to build these products use strategies, assess the different products and see related applications of these tools in various areas of corporate finance, portfolio management, risk management , etc.

GSF-3103: Finance Seminar (3 credits)

Description

The finance seminar aims to help participants achieve a synthesis of their financial knowledge and deepen some previous theoretical knowledge, to apply this knowledge to the autonomous solving real problems, allowing them to appreciate the complexity of the decisions to character financial, using micro-computer tools in the resolution of typical financial problems. A section of the seminar is the scheduling to allow students who wish to prepare for the examinations of the Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts to obtain the title of Professional Financial Analyst (CFA).

GUI-2100: Franchise (3 credits)

Description

Models and instruments for analysis of investment and real estate financing. tax and financial characteristics of the various real estate investment modes. Measuring returns, leverage and risk assessment. Link between real estate returns and property valuation. Case studies of real estate investments.

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GSF-3104: Investments and Alternative Investments (3 credits)

Description

Investments and alternative investments occupy an increasingly important role in the financial world. This course educates students to this new reality and introduces the latest trends in investments and alternative investments. It deals in particular with mutual funds, hedge funds, real estate and commodities, and capital investment. There is also a question of technical and fundamental analysis analysis, behavioral finance and performance management and risk.

GSF-4001: Financial Analysis (3 credits)

Description

This course covers the concepts of understanding and analyzing financial statements for the study examinations of levels 1 and 2 leading to the title of “Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).” The emphasis is on understanding, on the use and reading of accounting information in order to conduct a thorough financial analysis thereof using reports and evaluate and judge the relevance and impact of the application of different accounting methods. Note that this course focuses on US generally accepted accounting principles. This is a course that aims to train users and not financial statement preparers. The educational approach allows for a level of knowledge of a candidate not pursuing the path accounting baccalaureate. This course is highly recommended for students who want to take the examinations of the professional order of CFA.

GSF-4031: Evaluation of financial assets (3 credits)

Description

This course assesses different types of assets (equities, corporate, real estate, “Hedgefunds”, mutual funds, venture capital). To evaluate operations and businesses, you have to use the following assessment methods: Gordon model, evaluation as cash flow, multiple price and residual income. CFA preparatory course.

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GSF-2103: Management of Deposit Institutions (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to give students an overview of depository corporations. The student will, based on the knowledge gained in the core courses in finance, apply knowledge to the conditions for deposit-taking institutions. Following a thorough review of the key participants of the financial markets, we will examine in detail the application of various modern techniques for the management of depository institutions (banks, savings banks, etc.). Students will have the opportunity to make a practical application of theoretical concepts through examples of analysis of banking management strategies. Examples of analysis of banking management strategies will be based, wherever possible, on real data obtained from a financial newspaper (Financial Post).

GSF-4090: Project Financial Management (3 credits)

Description

Application of financial theory to the selection and financial management of investment projects, especially in real estate and infrastructure projects. Focus on the development of rigorous analytical and quantitative tools for evaluating risky investment projects. The course content is divided between the development of financial theoretical models, deepening quantitative tools of financial analysis, the study of empirical applications and case study in real estate, infrastructure and emerging countries. Topics include: investment decision and project finance, real options, financial risk management, information asymmetry and public-private partnerships.

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ASR-2105: Risk Financing (3 credits)

Description

This course covers the selection, implementation and supervision of risk financing techniques. It pays special attention to the principles that govern the choice of management techniques and their impact on the business. It has in particular the structure and objectives of risk financing; the selection criteria for risk financing techniques; insurance as a risk financing technique; reinsurance self-insurance, the various methods of alternative risk transfer, forecast, loss distributions allocating the cost of risk and different subjects on particular situations.

ASR-2108: Assessment and Management of Risk (3 credits)

Description

This course covers the selection, implementation and supervision of evaluation techniques and treatment of risks. It pays particular attention to the principles that govern the choice of management techniques and their impact on the business. It presents particular risk assessment structure; categories of techniques for determining and addressing risks; the criteria for decision making; the causes of accidents and their costs; of business continuity management systems; the financial framework of risk management; the estimated loss distributions; allocating the cost of risk and different topics that apply to particular situations.[/su_note]

ASR-2109: Principles and Risk Management Practices (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces the student to the basic principles specific to the management of corporate risks as well as modern practices of enforcement of discipline. It provides an overview of the risk management process for applying different management principles to the four main categories of risks to which the company is facing or accidental risks, operational, financial and strategic.

ASR-4003: Financial management of an insurer (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to present a framework for analyzing the operation of insurance companies, to identify the sources of risk and return of their activities and study the techniques and tools of measurement, control and management risks incurred by these institutions. It applies these concepts from the point of view of the insurer damage (P & C) than that of the life insurer and performs reconciliations between the two sectors with regard to various types of risks in these institutions and about the roles of regulators.

ASR-4004 Integrated Risk Management in Business (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces the student to the basic principles specific to integrated risk management business (ERM). It presents an overview of the process and the structure of the ERM approach and the benefits thereof for organizations. It has three parts: risk management and the study of the ERM approach; understanding the issues faced by organizations in risk management; and the design of a risk management system that maximizes the financial value of the company.

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ADM-2100: Case Analysis (3 credits)

Description

The course, given by a team of professors from different departments of the faculty, prepares students to better understand the complexity of organizational issues by placing them in situations that require multidisciplinary analysis of cases. They must diagnose, individually and in groups, several cases of integrative nature by making in-depth analysis, propose action plans and present the conclusions of their work to the class and the group of experts chosen for the occasion.

ADM-2101: Internship in the Workplace (3 credits)

Description

This activity aims to encourage practical training in the workplace. Through internships, students must achieve the following learning objectives: synthesis of a set of knowledge acquired in the course; deepening and research on a specific aspect of administrative discipline. The internship in the workplace can take place in a variety of professional backgrounds. It must take account of both business needs and the intern training needs. It must allow the student to use as part of a relevant and paid work, the concepts acquired during his degree.

ADM-2106: Workplace Training II (3 credits)

Description

This activity aims to encourage practical training in the workplace. Through internships, students must achieve the following learning objectives: Synthesis of a body of knowledge acquired during the course; deepening and research on a specific aspect of administrative discipline. The internship in the workplace can take place in a variety of professional backgrounds. It must take account of both business needs and the intern training needs. It must allow the student to use as part of a relevant and paid work, the concepts acquired during his degree.

GSF-2111: in Finance Case Analysis (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students of the Bachelor of Business Administration who will participate in intercollegiate competitions in finance. It allows them to apply and deepen the concepts covered in other courses of their program as a case to solve, simulations and presentations to judges.

HST-2902: Great Financial (3 credits)

Description

The primary goal of the course is to highlight the causes for success in the handling of money. Examples have been used to paint continuously historical pageant spanning from ancient times to the present. The selection was made taking into account, for each major financial, of innovations in financial techniques, institutions that were bequeathed and influence on the course of events.

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GSO-2100: Introduction to Project Management (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to make students aware of the project concepts and project management to then make it operational in the feasibility analysis of a project, planning and monitoring. After the course, the student should: have developed an analytical approach to the feasibility and planning of a project. He should know the project planning and control techniques: Method CPM, PERT networks and GANTT chart. It should be introduced to the use of IT tools for supporting project management: MS Project and Excel.

GSO-2102: demand management and inventory (3 credits)

Description

The aim of this course is to introduce the various components of the management based on demand and supply (GDS) in a company. Upon completion of this course the student should be able to: use common GDS systems in the enterprise; evaluate the performance of a GDS system; to develop simple systems GDS and to identify and bring elements of solution to problems related to the GDS function.

GSO-2104: Distribution and Storage (3 credits)

Description

This course presents the problems and warehouse management technology and distribution centers. The main topics covered in this course are: organization and a warehouse operations, organization and planning of distribution operations, control of storage and distribution operations, the various modes of distribution and organization of vehicle routing of a distribution system.

GSO-2105: Purchasing and Supply (3 credits)

Description

This course is an introduction to the principles and basic knowledge of the management of procurement and supply. The course presents different aspects (technical, administrative and relational) functions Purchasing and Supply and also aims to explain how efficient management of these functions helps to improve and ensure the sustainability of the competitive position of the company.

GSO-2106: Strategic management of the supply chain (3 credits)

Description

This course is an introduction to the fundamental principles and knowledge of strategic supply management and its role in the supply chain ( “Supplychain”). The course shows the relationship between corporate strategy of the company and the Procurement Strategy also aims to explain how effective management has to consider the positioning of the company in the broader context of the chain (or its chains) supply.

GSO-3100: Production Planning and Control (3 credits)

Description

Deepening knowledge in planning and production control. Focus on the concepts, methods, practices, models and software. Deepening stages of production planning process: overall planning, detailed planning requirements, capacity planning and scheduling. Presentation of the just-in-time and production planning in continuous flow industries.

GSO-3102: Quality Management and Maintenance (3 credits)

Description

Although many publications have been written on the quality, or the pursuit of perfection under the sign of competitiveness and progress, this course is not intended to address detailed issues specific to management quality, but it aims to provide quality and maintenance as a key factor for survival of our businesses, constituting a major component of a policy of modernization and industrial redeployment, putting at the disposal of participants techniques and simple tools, illustrated by numerous examples. Among the topics covered, as examples include analysis tools, metrology, statistical control at reception, maintenance and reliability, including “monitoring” and also remote maintenance and others.

GSO-3103: Engineering logistics chain (3 credits)

Description

This course shows how the logistics business, that is to say the integrated management of supply, transport, production and distribution between sources of raw materials and consumers, can be used as a weapon competitive offensive that creates value. After a review of the new global economic environment, we show how to design high-performance production facilities and distribution networks and how to control the flow of goods in global logistics networks. We also study the business networks, the capacity planning of facilities and selection of business sites. The emphasis on the international context of the engineering supply chain problems, the methodology of intervention in business and the aid decision tools available.[/su_note]

GSO-3104: Integration Workshop management of the supply chain (3 credits)

Description

This course, through practical workshops, aims to integrate all knowledge acquired in the management concentration in the supply chain. The course aims to integrate and practice of knowledge essential to the management of the supply chain: negotiation, management of tenders, preparation and contract management, international trade and multicultural as well ethics and social responsibility. The field of knowledge management is also addressed.

ADM-2100: Case Analysis (3 credits)

Description

The course, given by a team of professors from different departments of the faculty, prepares students to better understand the complexity of organizational issues by placing them in situations that require multidisciplinary analysis of cases. They must diagnose, individually and in groups, several cases of integrative nature by making in-depth analysis, propose action plans and present the conclusions of their work to the class and the group of experts chosen for the occasion.

ADM-2101: Internship in the Workplace (3 credits)

Description

This activity aims to encourage practical training in the workplace. Through internships, students must achieve the following learning objectives: synthesis of a set of knowledge acquired in the course; deepening and research on a specific aspect of administrative discipline. The internship in the workplace can take place in a variety of professional backgrounds. It must take account of both business needs and the intern training needs. It must allow the student to use as part of a relevant and paid work, the concepts acquired during his degree.

ADM-2106: Workplace Training II (3 credits)

Description

This activity aims to encourage practical training in the workplace. Through internships, students must achieve the following learning objectives: Synthesis of a body of knowledge acquired during the course; deepening and research on a specific aspect of administrative discipline. The internship in the workplace can take place in a variety of professional backgrounds. It must take account of both business needs and the intern training needs. It must allow the student to use as part of a relevant and paid work, the concepts acquired during his bachelor.

CTB-2102: Cost Management (3 credits)

Description

The main objective of the course is to educate students on the importance of sound management of costs. Whether a company manufacturing or services, a non-profit organization or entity in the public or parapublic sector, cost management is crucial. This course also aims to confront the traditional methods of management and monitoring costs to contemporary approaches. At the end of the course the student is able to apply in detail the different methods of accumulation and distribution of costs and analyze the results.

DRT-2901: Legal Aspects of International Trade (3 credits)

Description

Historical and contemporary sources of international trade law. Aspects of private international law: the sales contract, financing notes, the transport of goods, the insurance policy, representation abroad, industry consolidation and the settlement of disputes. Aspects of public international law: procedures for export and import, export regulations, the implementation of a company abroad and the special cases of certain economic unions (free trade agreements, EEC, GATT).

GIN-3110: Environment and Product Lifecycle (3 credits)

Description

Impact studies. methodological tools for such studies. Includes a review of federal and provincial impact assessment and their regulatory processes; the review of available methods, types case studies of recent projects; the identification and management of conflicts of environmental impacts. Notions of environmental auditing. Methods of analysis and evaluation of the product life cycle (design, manufacturing, assembly, distribution, operation, maintenance, recovery, recycling or safe disposal). ISO standard for the environment.

SF-2102: Corporate Finance (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to familiarize students with the principles of corporate finance. The course enables students to acquire the basic concepts on which the practice of modern corporate finance relies. Topics include: the decision on capital structure, dividend policy, risk management, evaluation of the company, mergers and acquisitions, securities issues and corporate governance.

GSF-2104: International Financial Management (3 credits)

Description

The course aims to make students aware of the importance of the international dimension in the daily financial management and financial strategy of companies. The aim is to develop the student’s ability to understand and analyze the major problems of financial decision in an international context. Specifically, the course covers the following aspects: the functioning of international financial markets, motives and risks of direct investment abroad, the choice of investments in international context and financing of international operations.

GSO-2103: Road transport goods (3 credits)

Description

This course deals with the management of road transport operations of goods as part of the supply chain. intermodal transport is approached, for-hire transportation, own-account transport and industrial and legal considerations. The main topics covered in this course are the LTL operations, operations of entire load, establishing productivity measures, estimated operating costs and the preparation of fee schedules. The course presents all facets of the management of road transport of goods: general administration, warehouse management, construction of roads and routes, equipment management, traffic control and vehicle safety. After this course the student should be able to perform analyzes for the management of every aspect of trucking operations.

MNG-2109: Corporate Social Responsibility and Solidarity Economy (3 credits)

Description

This course provides conceptual tools and practical examples to understand, integrate and manage corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the perspective of a social economy. It focuses on several social issues that contemporary companies exacerbate their actions or inaction. This course also suggests practical action plans to address these societal challenges by focusing on the development of social economy at national and international levels. The strategic dimensions, entrepreneurial and managerial CSR are addressed to equip students on the modalities of its implementation.

Human Resource Management

GSF-1010 courses and MNG-2000 must first be successful.

MNG-1110: Compensation Fundamentals (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to expose the elements, factors, methods and processes inherent in the reward system component of total compensation and terms of measuring its effectiveness. It also addresses issues of job evaluation, internal and external equity, compensation surveys, compensation structures, relevant legislation, control of own costs in these techniques and management of all compensation within the performance of the organization. Finally, it offers an analysis of each of the foundations of overall compensation and integration, as well as the role of social benefits in the remuneration system.

MNG-2106: Enterprise Training Management (3 credits)

Description

This course makes students able to develop a training service in the business. The main topics are: career development, identifying training needs, design and implementation of programs, training, management development, development, training methods, training of trainers, program evaluation criteria, cost / profit, examples of well-designed programs.

MNG-2111: Planning and attraction of human resources (3 credits)

Description

The scarcity of resources and talents requires organizations to equip themselves planning strategies, acquisition and loyalty have at the right time, talents that allow them to ensure sustainability and achieve their goals ‘business. Staffing becomes a practical field of human resource management whose importance is well established. In this course, students become familiar with the early stages of the planning process and attraction by exploring topics such as the employer of choice, the profile of skills or the forward planning of human resources.

MNG-3102: Strategic Human Resource Management (3 credits)

Description

This course presents and analyzes the strategic dimension of human resources management and its contribution to the realization of the business strategy of the company. It provides the foundation for understanding the decision-making process to develop an integrated strategic vision of human resources management.

MNG-3103: Change Management (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to familiarize the student with change management and organizational development. It discusses the concept of change both organizationally and personally. It places particular emphasis on an organizational model, intelligent company or learning organization, that change is not seen as a threat or a constraint but as an opportunity for the organization and its members, to increase their capacity to reinvent and renew itself.

MNG-3115: Recruitment, Selection and Retention (3 credits)

Description

In a context of competition for human resources, employer branding and retention, selection is a strategic step in the entire staffing process. It remains crucial to find the candidate who best integrate, grow and contribute to achieving the objectives of the organization. This course offers the student the opportunity to become familiar with the process of recruitment, selection and reception of new employees by exploring topics such as writing an advertisement hiring, testing, the interview selection and assessment of staffing.

ADM-2100: Case Analysis (3 credits)

Description

The course, given by a team of professors from different departments of the faculty, prepares students to better understand the complexity of organizational issues by placing them in situations that require multidisciplinary analysis of cases. They must diagnose, individually and in groups, several cases of integrative nature by making in-depth analysis, propose action plans and present the conclusions of their work to the class and the group of experts chosen for the occasion.

ADM-2101: Internship in the Workplace (3 credits)

Description

This activity aims to encourage practical training in the workplace. Through internships, students must achieve the following learning objectives: synthesis of a set of knowledge acquired in the course; deepening and research on a specific aspect of administrative discipline. The internship in the workplace can take place in a variety of professional backgrounds. It must take account of both business needs and the intern training needs. It must allow the student to use as part of a relevant and paid work, the concepts acquired during his degree.

ADM-2106: Workplace Training II (3 credits)

Description

This activity aims to encourage practical training in the workplace. Through internships, students must achieve the following learning objectives: Synthesis of a body of knowledge acquired during the course; deepening and research on a specific aspect of administrative discipline. The internship in the workplace can take place in a variety of professional backgrounds. It must take account of both business needs and the intern training needs. It must allow the student to use as part of a relevant and paid work, the concepts acquired during his degree.

DRT-1907: Business Law and Governance (3 credits)

Description

This course reviews key concepts and the main legal rules in the context of the business, from training until the end of the company: Introduction to Canadian and Quebec law, company formation, financing of the company, management and staff of the company, the company and its market, the end of the business.

GIE-1100: Internships Abroad (3 credits)

Description

This activity aims to encourage practical training in the workplace abroad. By performing an internship, students must achieve the following learning objectives: to know a culturally different work environment, deepen and implement, in an international context, a set of management knowledge gained in the course. The training can take place in a company or business environment and can be paid or unpaid.

GIE-3100: Human Resource Management in intercultural context (3 credits)

Description

“Effective management of people living in different continents and belonging to different cultures is one of the most difficult tasks that multinational companies have to fulfill” (Dolan et al. Human resource management, 2002 by Prentice Hall). That is why this course aims to provide professional human resources, and any person occupies a position of leadership, a reflection framework for action and mobilize expertise to address the problems caused by situations that involve several cultures.

MNG-2003: Project Planning and Management (3 credits)

Description

This course covers two main aspects: the creation and development of a project and its management. It presents the approaches, methods and techniques of creativity with practical applications to the emergence and explanation of a project. It then presents the methods and techniques of project management, including: planning; the programs; activities; action plans in human, financial and physical; calendars; and evaluation of the project.

MNG-2104: Ethics and the manager (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to enable students to make responsible decisions. They will have to understand the scope of responsibilities of modern organizations, the complexity and ambiguity involved in decision making. During the quarter, the focus will be on the development of ethical knowledge built on the experience and reflection, rather than just the acquisition of theoretical knowledge. Each week, the discussions will focus on the study of press kits, cases, film clips or meetings on ethical questions that future managers will face. The active participation of students will be required.

MNG-2105: Managing work teams (3 credits)

Description

Objective: To make students aware of human and administrative dimensions of teamwork. Themes and concepts: taking the human factor in the organization as a central theme, the problems of team management are studied in the light of an interpretative approach focusing on communication as a process leading to the construction of a group of reality defined by the conventional approaches to the concept of organizational climate.

MNG-2107: Development of managerial skills (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to show the importance of some management skills in business success and enable the development of these through special learning activities to better govern and better manage others. The integrating framework of skills presented is: skills for now and always: oral and written communication, time management, listening, feedback, interpersonal transactions; self-image and managerial roles perceptions, stereotypes, attitudes, social learning and self-shaping; adaptation to organizational life: stress management, meeting, groups, career; leadership, conflict resolution, delegation, evaluation.

MNG-2109: Corporate Social Responsibility and Solidarity Economy (3 credits)

Description

This course provides conceptual tools and practical examples to understand, integrate and manage corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the perspective of a social economy. It focuses on several social issues that contemporary companies exacerbate their actions or inaction. This course also suggests practical action plans to address these societal challenges by focusing on the development of social economy at national and international levels. The strategic dimensions, entrepreneurial and managerial CSR are addressed to equip students on the modalities of its implementation.

MNG-2110: Sustainable development and management organization (3 credits) s

Description

This course’s main objective is to offer conceptual and practical tools to understand and efficiently integrate the concept of sustainable development in organizations. The foundations and the practical applications of this concept will be tackled using various examples and an interdisciplinary perspective.

MNG-2115: Managing Conflict at Work (3 credits)

Description

The presence of conflicts at work generates substantial costs due, in particular, their impact on workers’ health and organizational effectiveness. Although often perceive conflicts negatively, it can also involve positive consequences. This would be the way we manage the conflicts that determine the constructive or destructive nature of their impact. This course aims that the student develops the knowledge and skills required for analyzing conflict dynamics and develop intervention strategies to manage conflict constructively.v

MNG-2120: Executive Compensation (3 credits)

Description

This course presents both strategic considerations and the specific elements of executive compensation programs. It focuses among others the following topics: the importance of links with a competitive business strategy, the different roles and responsibilities assumed in the design and approval of compensation programs, accounting, taxation and legislation. In addition, it reviews the various items included in the calculation of compensation: base salary, short premiums and long term, provisions for retirement benefits and advantages.

MNG-3106: Human Resource Management Intervention Project (3 credits)

Description

Training future managers requires finding a balance between knowledge of important concepts in practice of HRM and their application in the dynamic context of organizations. For different individual learning activities or in groups, the students practice analyzing, criticizing and solving problems in the sense of ethics, and to communicate orally and in writing. Students can apply the principles of HRM learned during training and gain essential operational capabilities to competitive advantage and to their employability. Specifically, this course aims to integrate the knowledge acquired throughout their academic career in HRM, through an intervention project in business, and strengthen skills related to the recent development of human resources management.

MNG-3113: Managing and decide Crisis (3 credits)

Description

Learn to deal with crises is a critical issue for all managers. Mobilize the appropriate reflexes to face the press, establish effective responses devices for prevention and control are now part of the skills that can be expected of any manager. This course provides the main bases.

MNG-4160: Analysis of issues of equality between the sexes in the management of organizations (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces the concepts and dynamics that create inequality in organizations and offers a participatory approach to differentiated gender analysis (ADS). This process is based on the realities and differentiated needs of women and men and can predict the distinct effects that may take a decision, a project, program or policy. This analysis decrypts resistance and influences the dynamics for the implementation of sustainable results. The course aims to equip a variety of stakeholders (project managers, consultants, managers, professionals, experts, etc.) of organizations in all sectors (public, private, municipal, community, NGOs, etc.).

RLT-3209: New Technologies and Human Resource Management (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to introduce the concept of new technologies, their effects on workers and their facilitating role in human resource management: basic concepts in technology, methods of use, impacts on the labor market , workstations, organizational structures, individuals or workers, human resource management activities.[/su_note]

GIE-3100: course is also offered in English: GIE-3104.

RISK MANAGEMENT AND INSURANCE

The DRT-1907 courses and GSF-1010 must first be successful.

The ASR-2100 and during GUI-2100 are also available in English: ASR-2103 and GUI-2110.

ASR-2100: Risk Management and Insurance (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to introduce the student to the risk management and to familiarize with the basic concepts specific to insurance. Topics include managing individual risks and those of the company; instead of the “Risk Management” in the organization and its effects on profits; risk identification and analysis; the likelihood of risks; the various risks to property, income, responsibility; investment analysis and decision making in risk management; various forms of insurance.[/su_note]

ASR-2102: Financial income: Insurance and Annuities (3 credits)

Description

Knowing the following financial products: life insurance products, insurance products against accidents and illness, insurance products of goods and annuity products. Apply risk management principles to the field of insurance. Knowing the principles of the regulation of life insurance contracts.

ASR-2105: Risk Financing (3 credits)

Description

This course covers the selection, implementation and supervision of risk financing techniques. It pays special attention to the principles that govern the choice of management techniques and their impact on the business. It has in particular the structure and objectives of risk financing; the selection criteria for risk financing techniques; insurance as a risk financing technique; reinsurance self-insurance, the various methods of alternative risk transfer, forecast, loss distributions allocating the cost of risk and different subjects on particular situations.

ASR-2108: Assessment and Management of Risk (3 credits)

Description

This course covers the selection, implementation and supervision of evaluation techniques and treatment of risks. It pays particular attention to the principles that govern the choice of management techniques and their impact on the business. It presents particular risk assessment structure; categories of techniques for determining and addressing risks; the criteria for decision making; the causes of accidents and their costs; of business continuity management systems; the financial framework of risk management; the estimated loss distributions; allocating the cost of risk and different topics that apply to particular situations.

ASR-2109: Principles and Risk Management Practices (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces the student to the basic principles specific to the management of corporate risks as well as modern practices of enforcement of discipline. It provides an overview of the risk management process for applying different management principles to the four main categories of risks to which the company is facing or accidental risks, operational, financial and strategic.

ASR-4003: Financial management of an insurer (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to present a framework for analyzing the operation of insurance companies, to identify the sources of risk and return of their activities and study the techniques and tools of measurement, control and management risks incurred by these institutions. It applies these concepts from the point of view of the insurer damage (P & C) than that of the life insurer and performs reconciliations between the two sectors with regard to various types of risks in these institutions and about the roles of regulators.

ASR-4004:Integrated Risk Management in Business (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces the student to the basic principles specific to integrated risk management business (ERM). It presents an overview of the process and the structure of the ERM approach and the benefits thereof for organizations. It has three parts: risk management and the study of the ERM approach; understanding the issues faced by organizations in risk management; and the design of a risk management system that maximizes the financial value of the company.

GSF-2103: Management of Deposit Institutions (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to give students an overview of depository corporations. The student will, based on the knowledge gained in the core courses in finance, apply knowledge to the conditions for deposit-taking institutions. Following a thorough review of the key participants of the financial markets, we will examine in detail the application of various modern techniques for the management of depository institutions (banks, savings banks, etc.). Students will have the opportunity to make a practical application of theoretical concepts through examples of analysis of banking management strategies. Examples of analysis of banking management strategies will be based, wherever possible, on real data obtained from a financial newspaper (Financial Post).

GUI-2100: Franchise (3 credits)

Description

Models and instruments for analysis of investment and real estate financing. tax and financial characteristics of the various real estate investment modes. Measuring returns, leverage and risk assessment. Link between real estate returns and property valuation. Case studies of real estate investments.

MNG-3112: Management and prevention of health and safety (3 credits)

Description

This course focuses on the management of health and safety, in a perspective of integration in the administration of organizations. Topics include claims management, the implementation of preventive activities, legislation and organizational issues in OSH. It aims to promote the integration of health management and work safety in the daily activities of managers. For different individual learning and group activities, students develop an understanding of key concepts in SST, integrates the main concepts of prevention and exercised in the analysis and resolution of OSH issues.

ADM-2100: Case Analysis (3 credits)

Description

The course, given by a team of professors from different departments of the faculty, prepares students to better understand the complexity of organizational issues by placing them in situations that require multidisciplinary analysis of cases. They must diagnose, individually and in groups, several cases of integrative nature by making in-depth analysis, propose action plans and present the conclusions of their work to the class and the group of experts chosen for the occasion.

ADM-2101: Internship in the Workplace (3 credits)

Description

This activity aims to encourage practical training in the workplace. Through internships, students must achieve the following learning objectives: synthesis of a set of knowledge acquired in the course; deepening and research on a specific aspect of administrative discipline. The internship in the workplace can take place in a variety of professional backgrounds. It must take account of both business needs and the intern training needs. It must allow the student to use as part of a relevant and paid work, the concepts acquired during his degree.

ADM-2106: Workplace Training II (3 credits)

Description

This activity aims to encourage practical training in the workplace. Through internships, students must achieve the following learning objectives: Synthesis of a body of knowledge acquired during the course; deepening and research on a specific aspect of administrative discipline. The internship in the workplace can take place in a variety of professional backgrounds. It must take account of both business needs and the intern training needs. It must allow the student to use as part of a relevant and paid work, the concepts acquired during his degree.

GSF-2107: Quantitative Analysis of investment and programming (3 credits)

Description

This course presents the main quantitative tools essential to solving investment problems. It allows the student to become familiar with the concepts of quantitative financial modeling and portfolio management.

GSF-2111: in Finance Case Analysis (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students of the Bachelor of Business Administration who will participate in intercollegiate competitions in finance. It allows them to apply and deepen the concepts covered in other courses of their program as a case to solve, simulations and presentations to judges.

GSF-3101: Introduction to derivatives (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to familiarize students with derivatives such as options, futures contracts (forwards and futures), swaps and others. It allows students specializing in finance at the undergraduate level, to acquire the basic concepts on which modern practice of finance relies. The course provides a description of how different derivatives markets, the institutional characteristics of these markets and their functioning. It also allows students to build these products use strategies, assess the different products and see related applications of these tools in various areas of corporate finance, portfolio management, risk management , etc.

MNG-1101: Management of SMEs and growth (3 credits)

Description

This course allows the student to know the requirements and ways to manage the growth of SMEs; share the experience of many small and medium Quebec entrepreneurs working in various fields; to understand the interrelationships between the various activities of the overall management process of a small business; to recognize the principles and application management process put in some existing businesses. This course focuses on the adaptation of the management according to the stage of development of SMEs.

MNG-2105: Managing work teams (3 credits)

Description

Objective: To make students aware of human and administrative dimensions of teamwork. Themes and concepts: taking the human factor in the organization as a central theme, the problems of team management are studied in the light of an interpretative approach focusing on communication as a process leading to the construction of a group of reality defined by the conventional approaches to the concept of organizational climate.

MNG-2110: Sustainable Development and Management Organizations (3 credits)

Description

This course’s main objective is to offer conceptual and practical tools to understand and efficiently integrate the concept of sustainable development in organizations. The foundations and the practical applications of this concept will be tackled using various examples and an interdisciplinary perspective.

MNG-3113: Managing and decide Crisis (3 credits)

Description

Learn to deal with crises is a critical issue for all managers. Mobilize the appropriate reflexes to face the press, establish effective responses devices for prevention and control are now part of the skills that can be expected of any manager. This course provides the main bases.

SIO-2102: Security, Control and Risk Management (3 credits)

Description

Course objectives are to enable students to understand and use the main control models of computer security, to make it able to identify strengths and weaknesses of a company’s security system to make it suitable to develop a risk management approach and computer security, and to propose the necessary adjustments to face a risky situation. The techniques required to e-business are also considered.[/su_note]

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES 36 credits

WIS-1000 course (or WIS-1101) must first be successful.

SIO-1100: Free Software companies and (3 credits)

Description

In our information society, the software is not only a technical and economic issue, but also social. This course aims to enable anyone with decision-making power or interest regarding the ICT (information and communications) to understand and evaluate the potential of FOSS phenomenon. The course has a special formula that makes it available locally, remotely (forums and diffusion of Internet discussion) and the general public.

SIO-2100: eBusiness Strategies (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to enable students to acquire a solid knowledge base of the management and efficient use of resources related to electronic business. To do this, we adopt the point of view of business executives and information systems department managers and focuses on strategic guidelines as basis for decision. The teaching method is based mainly on class discussions and real case studies of computerization. A site visit is scheduled for the last session of the course.

SIO-2102: Security, Control and Risk Management (3 credits)

Description

Course objectives are to enable students to understand and use the main control models of computer security, to make it able to identify strengths and weaknesses of a company’s security system to make it suitable to develop a risk management approach and computer security, and to propose the necessary adjustments to face a risky situation. The techniques required to e-business are also considered.

SIO-2103: Design of organizational information systems I (3 credits)

Description

This course focuses on the design of organizational information systems (SIO). It covers in particular the role of business analysts, complementary to the computer, in the development of WIS. We focus on understanding the business processes of an organization in order to be able to design a data model that corresponds to the organizational reality. It also rethinks the business process with the possibilities offered by new information technologies. In summary, this course covers the fundamentals and concepts of the main stages of computerization of organizations, the opportunity to study the programming of computerized information system.

SIO-2104: Technology for e-business (3 credits)

Description

Electronic business now play an important role in the evolution of any modern organization. This course aims to enable students to become familiar with the principles, approaches, techniques and technologies related to e-business in order to apply them cleverly. It also aims to provide a sufficiently comprehensive knowledge base to allow the student to continue learning throughout his career in the field of information technology.

SIO-2105: The council function SIO (3 credits)

Description

This course is for the student who specializes in organizational information systems. He is learning professional skills and the acquisition of knowledge related to board function SIO through four modules: IT management and the role “Board” IT professional; Blueprint for a project; management and evaluation of organizational technological change; professionalism, ethics and IT.

SIO-2106: WIS implementation Fundamentals (3 credits)

Description

This course allows the student to become familiar with the principles, approaches, techniques and technologies related to the concept of object to apply them. It also allows him to continue learning throughout his career in the field of design systems.

SIO-2107: Project Management, WIS applications (3 credits)

Description

This project management and ongoing development of IT applications is the integration of the material studied in the program and in the context of the management of a specific IT project.

SIO-2109: Introduction to Programming (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to enable students to become familiar with the basic concepts of programming and the various tools of development assistance. The student learns to develop small programs with the Dart programming language. Dart is a portable language, extensible and free that allows a modular approach and oriented programming object.

SIO-3100: Design of organizational information systems II (3 credits)

Description

This course focuses on the design of organizational information systems (SIO) by integrating the transformation of business processes of the organization. It covers in particular the role and the various tools of the business analyst in transformational projects of WIS development. We focus on understanding the current business processes of an organization, the analysis of the latter in terms of quality and relevance, and the design of new business processes and more efficient ORC. In summary, this course covers the fundamentals and concepts of the main stages of computerization of organizations, the opportunity to study the development of the computerized ORC prototype, through the transformation of business processes.

SIO-3110: Business Analysis Workshop (3 credits)

Description

This course deepens the major concepts covered in the specialization in organizational information systems with case studies and practical applications. It aims to enable the student to practice the enterprise architecture principles and implementation and business communication records.

During the ADM-2100, ADM-2101 or from the ASR acronyms, CTB, ENT, GIE, GSF, GSO, GUI, MNG, MRK, PFP, SIO, excluding those of series 800 and 900.

Courses DRT-1907, GSF-1010 and MNG-2000 must first be successful.

Courses GIE-3100, MNG-2100, MNG-3107 and RK-3101 are also available in English: GIE-3104, MNG-2101, MNG-3114 and RK-3102.

DRT-2901: Legal Aspects of International Trade (3 credits)

Description

Historical and contemporary sources of international trade law. Aspects of private international law: the sales contract, financing notes, the transport of goods, the insurance policy, representation abroad, industry consolidation and the settlement of disputes. Aspects of public international law: procedures for export and import, export regulations, the implementation of a company abroad and the special cases of certain economic unions (free trade agreements, EEC, GATT).

GIE-3100: Human Resource Management in intercultural context (3 credits)

Description

“Effective management of people living in different continents and belonging to different cultures is one of the most difficult tasks that multinational companies have to fulfill” (Dolan et al. Human resource management, 2002 by Prentice Hall). That is why this course aims to provide professional human resources, and any person occupies a position of leadership, a reflection framework for action and mobilize expertise to address the problems caused by situations that involve several cultures.

GSF-2104: International Financial Management (3 credits)

Description

The course aims to make students aware of the importance of the international dimension in the daily financial management and financial strategy of companies. The aim is to develop the student’s ability to understand and analyze the major problems of financial decision in an international context. Specifically, the course covers the following aspects: the functioning of international financial markets, motives and risks of direct investment abroad, the choice of investments in international context and financing of international operations.

MNG-2100: International Management Fundamentals (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to get students to realize a balance of cultural differences in the origin of most of the crises experienced by practitioners of international affairs and to know the possible courses of action for companies working in a different cultural environment. The course has four components: analysis of the sources and manifestations of culture and cultural differences between countries; Comparing organizational and managerial characteristics of the different countries of businesses; review of skills and attitudes required, and possible means of action facing the cultural difference; study of methods for managing business and human resources in offices abroad.

MNG-3107: Internationalization Strategies (3 credits)

Description

This course is structured around a series of interrelated topics that contribute to the emergence of a global framework to deal with problems in the practice of international strategic management. The main topics covered include the analysis of the international investment environment, the company’s internationalization process, the application of different development strategies in foreign markets, the development of the structure, the organization of international operations and risk management policy in a foreign country.

MRK-3101: International Marketing (3 credits)

Description

This course includes an integrated set of knowledge that includes the choice of overseas markets, the analysis of external and internal business constraints (cultural, financial, legal, etc.), the choice of marketing strategies at international level and global and a brief overview of international input modes (export, alliances, licensed production, direct investment, other). Mastering these skills will allow the student to participate in the development of a strategy or an international marketing plan.

One of the following guidelines:

Orientation – Latin American Markets

ANT-1208: Brazil plural (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to the diversity which is the Brazilian company and major social challenges it currently faces. This course seeks to capture the specificity of the Brazilian response to cultural diversity and discusses the main tools developed by anthropology to understand this diversity by using the work of Brazilian anthropologists and specialists from Brazil. It particularly explores the relationship of Brazilian society to the indigenous people, the influence of the legacy of slavery in contemporary Brazil and the way violence is a characteristic of Brazilian social structure.

ESG-2010: Español intermedio I (3 credits)

Description

intermediate course. Systematization of basic structures to promote oral expression, communication situations, presentations and educational games. Writing short texts such as compositions, abstracts and reviews. Deepening cultural knowledge of the Hispanic world. Lab work and at home.

ETI-4016: International Summer School on the Americas (3 credits)

Description

This intensive training of seven consecutive days consider inter-American cooperation from several angles, including the political and economic integration, security, democracy and human rights and the place of Quebec and Canada in the American hemisphere. The approach is multidisciplinary and involves stakeholders from diverse academic and professional backgrounds.

GIE-4038: Estrategias para el desarrollo de mercados in América Latina (3 credits)

Description

Orientado sobre los negocios de nivel internacional, el curso de Estrategias de mercados en los desarrollo países de América Latina permite completare the formación ofrecida, cubriendo nuevos mercados y ofrece al mismo tiempo al estudiante the oportunidad de seguir a curso especializado su concentración en lengua española.

GIE-4521: Living Education in Latin America (6 credits)

Description

Organization of a professional internship abroad, preparing to travel, internship of at least eight weeks abroad, including a minimum of two weeks of special cultural training, and public presentation, the return of the acquired learning.

HST-1305: General History of Latin America (3 credits)

Description

Boundary changes and continuities that led to the passage of pre-Columbian times to the Iberian occupation; evolution of Spanish colonial structure; economic domination of Latin America by England in the nineteenth century and the US in the twentieth century.

POL-2327: International relations in the Americas (3 credits)

Description

This course is an introduction to the construction of the regional system of the Americas. We studied the framework, actors and interactions. The course also deals with conflicts, alliances, clusters and regional institutions between periods. Finally, it addresses the issue of European hegemony, continental and regional as well as foreign policy of the great states.

SOC-2129: Companies compared to Latin America (3 credits)

Description

This course traces the main stages of formation of Latin American societies, the colonial experience until today. It pays particular attention to the last few decades. social actors is analyzed, political institutions and major socio-economic changes that characterize the development process. The question of democracy, and the impact of neoliberal policies on the state and society since the 80s are at the center of our thinking.

With the agreement of the program management, the student can choose two courses outside of this list. Note that the required prerequisite courses in Spanish can be contributory to the program in the “Other Activities” section.

Orientation – Asian Markets

ANT-1205: Companies and Southeast Asia cultures of yesterday and today (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces the student to a broad and vibrant cultural area of 560 million inhabitants explored by prominent anthropologists (Firth, Leach, Mead, Geertz Condominas Dournes). We study different societies, their history, their cultures and their contemporary adaptation in the two major divisions characteristics of this region: the mainland, where prevailing Buddhism and linguistic burst (Burma, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam), and maritime, Austronesian and predominantly Muslim (Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei and Timor).

CHN-2010: Intermediate Chinese I (3 credits)

Description

Course for individuals with good notions of Chinese (Mandarin or Putonghua). Learning and strengthening mechanisms grammar and vocabulary of oral and written Chinese. corrective phonetics (Pinyin system). Reading and writing simple sentences in Chinese characters. Acquisition of 240 simplified characters. Presentation of some aspects of Chinese culture and civilization. Individual and directed laboratory.

CHN-2300: Chinese Language and Culture Immersion (offered in China) (6 credits)

Description

Immersion during a period of eight weeks in China, to learn the Mandarin or deepen knowledge. Awareness of some aspects of Chinese culture and civilization. socio-cultural activities and workshops in the afternoon.

GIE-4100: Doing Business in Asian markets (3 credits)

Description

The course begins with an overview of human geography, physical and economic development of Asian countries. It then discusses their cultural particularities and says, globally or by region, how is changing the business world and how, through many real cases, doing business in this region.

GIE-4101: Living in China-studies (3 credits)

Description

This course is offered as part of the Campus FSA Laval International. It offers the student the opportunity to discover new ways to live and work, all in a culture different from his own. Seminars on business management in China, specialized conferences and visits to companies allow it to come into actual contact with an emerging country, to know the main characteristics of the Chinese business world and develop the knowledge, skills and sensitivities inherent in managing business in this region.

HST-1355: Introduction to the history of East Asia (3 credits)

Description

This course serves as an introduction to the history of East Asia, specifically targeting those from China, Japan, Korea and Vietnam, from the founding of China’s last imperial dynasty in 1644 until the reunification of Vietnam in 1976. It aims to enable students to better understand the evolution of these Asian civilizations and their internal relations and relations with the Western world.

JAP-2010: Intermediate Japanese I (3 credits)

Description

Course for people with a good knowledge of Japanese. Learning and strengthening mechanisms grammar and vocabulary oral and written production. Practice syllabaries Hiragana and Katakana. Study ideograms (Kanji) easy. Presentation of some aspects of Japanese culture and civilization. corrective phonetics. Individual and directed laboratory.

POL-2305: International Relations in Asia (3 credits)

Description

Comparative study of the evolution towards the independence of colonized countries. China’s foreign policy, Japan and India. Reports of Asia with the major powers, particularly the United States, Russia and the European Union. The dominant regional institutions. The cooperation and intra-regional disputes.

POL-2319: State and Society in East Asia (3 credits)

Description

Traditional societies and the creation of states. The impact of the West on East Asia, South and Southeast. Colonization and independence. Traditions, nations and modernity. Study of the plurality of social structures and the diversity of political regimes. The economic power of Asia and scenarios for the future.

SOC-2131: China, India and Globalisation (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to the historical development of social structures and political institutions in China and India in the global economy. Comparative study of the genesis and effects of globalization on state policies. Social change (inequality, poverty, labor market, social movements) in rural and urban areas.

With the agreement of the program management, the student can choose two courses outside of this list. Note that the prerequisite courses required Chinese and Japanese can be contributory to the program in the “Other Activities” section.

GIE-4100 course is also offered in English: GIE-4103.

Orientation – Global Market

COM-4150: International Intercultural Communication (3 credits)

Description

Initiate communication between people of different cultures. Develop awareness, sensitivity, ways of thinking and the necessary skills. Two intercultural training approaches: general (prepares interactions in any culture) and specific (informs about a specific culture). Compare communication practices in a dozen cultures. Addressing stereotype notions, prejudices, culture shock, ethnocentrism, ethnorelativism, etc. Interactive Teaching method: lectures, discussions, exercises, simulations, case studies, oral presentations and video testimonials.

ECN-1110: Development Economics (3 credits)

Description

Introductory courses in development economics. Thinking about the mechanisms underlying development problems.

ECN-1130: Economic Relations Canada-United States (3 credits)

Description

Analysis of economic relations between Canada and the United States to better understand their influence in the development of Canadian and Quebec economic policies. critical study of sectoral issues, guidelines and trade disputes between the two countries. Features of the evolution of trade flows and the Canada-US agreements.

GGR-1000: Introduction to the world map (3 credits)

Description

Reasoned analysis of the configuration and the relative position of the major regions of the world. Analysis of their distinct geographic content of both dominant and common traits of the other. particular attention to the historical foundations of the formation of states, political news and roots.

GIE-2101: International Project Management (3 credits)

Description

Students aware of the complexity of dimensions that must be considered simultaneously in the planning stages, implementation and evaluation of an international humanitarian project, either in emergency situations as a longer-term action . become familiar with the risks inherent in human, financial and logistical international projects; to gain knowledge of the processes, techniques and characteristics of the planning, implementation and project management in an international context; experiment using a project planning software.

GIE-2150: Introduction to the world of North American business (6 credits)

Description

This course variable content is intended for activities ensembles including lectures by various speakers, visits to companies, organizations or outstanding locations. It is usually given the summer, intensive three-week session. It is designed to accommodate the discoveries and teachings interactive activities with representatives of socio-economic background. It often includes an introductory part to the Quebec business when given to foreign students.

GIE-4034: Doing Business in the United States (3 credits)

Description

With over 300 million inhabitants and a per capita GDP among the highest in the world, the US is a key market. They deserve a strong interest on the part of business leaders and decision makers, Canadian or foreign. This course enables the student to develop the skills necessary to establish a strategy of penetration of one or more of the major regional markets of the United States, these skills include being based on knowledge of the general characteristics of the country, the scope of trade relations, the market approach and specific actions.

GIE-4104: Stay-study in the United States (6 credits)

Description

The Stay-study in the United States is being created as part of the Campus FSA International. Seminars, specialized conferences and visits to companies allow the student to get in real contact with the great country of the world, to know the main features of the US business world and develop the knowledge, skills and sensitivities inherent in business management in the United States.

GIE-4108: Doing Business in Africa (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to provide the necessary tools to achieve the business in Africa. It is structured around a series of interrelated topics that contribute to the emergence of a global framework to address the problems and challenges encountered in business management in African markets. Specifically, the main topics are the analysis of the particularities of the business environment in African countries; development strategies of Western firms and emerging countries on the continent; the peculiarities of African firms; and key factors in the management of operations in African markets.

GIE-4109: Living Education in Morocco (6 credits)

Description

Given the importance of emerging countries on the current stage of the business world, the aim of this course is to explore the common features of these countries to better understand the challenges of their markets. Morocco and the Maghreb region are selected as application context to enable students to better appreciate the challenges faced by companies that are present in these markets, or exporting to them.

MRK-3106: developing international markets Simulation (3 credits)

Description

Interactive and dynamic simulation allows students to integrate knowledge gained in international marketing and practice them.

RLT-3003: Globalization and industrial relations (3 credits)

Description

This course work in different economic and social systems of the world in the context of globalization. From the roots of globalization, the widespread shift towards a market economy, the creation of regional economic groupings such as NAFTA, the rapid diffusion of ICT and the advent of post-industrial societies, it allows student, using field studies, concepts and theories from various disciplines of the social sciences, to become familiar with the major economic, social and political characteristics of industrial societies. It also offers the student to know the major types of these companies and major labor relations models attached to it. It also aims to enable the student to understand the contemporary trends and changes taking place in the world and themselves in relation to them.

With the agreement of the program management, the student can choose two courses outside of this list.

ANT-1902: International Experience and culture shock (3 credits)

Description

This course covers the cultural shock in a global perspective. It deals with the social, political and historical in which the shock occurs and explores the strategies developed by people who have experienced such a shock. Starting from real situations, it suggests ways to go to meet each other.

GIE-1100: Internships Abroad (3 credits)

Description

This activity aims to encourage practical training in the workplace abroad. The training can take place in a company or business environment and can be paid or unpaid.

Or RULE 3 – SUCCESS RULE 3

GIE-2105 Preparation of a trade mission overseas (3 credits)

Description

The general objectives of the trade mission is to promote understanding of the business world, both in Canada and abroad, by obtaining a retainer of a Quebec company and negotiating with clients or potential partners on behalf of the agent business. This course only financial planning, logistics, commercial, cultural and technical before departure abroad.

GIE-3103: Trade Mission Abroad (3 credits)

Description

The general objectives of the trade mission is to promote understanding of the business world, both in Canada and abroad, by obtaining a retainer of a Quebec company and negotiating with clients or potential partners, on behalf of the company representative, during a stay of at least three weeks abroad.

The BTC-2050 courses and DRT-1907 must first be successful.

The GUI-2100 course is also offered in English: GUI-2110.

GUI-2100: Franchise (3 credits)

Description

Models and instruments for analysis of investment and real estate financing. tax and financial characteristics of the various real estate investment modes. Measuring returns, leverage and risk assessment. Link between real estate returns and property valuation. Case studies of real estate investments.

GUI-2101: Real estate development and management (3 credits)

Description

The developer or developer is one of the major players in the real estate market. It is he who is the origin of the new offer. Real estate transactions involve many actors and many skills that fall within various fields. This course covers the main phases of a building project, shows the different operators and provides the main tools for managing a real estate development project. More generally, this course educates students for the real estate industry as a whole (market vocabulary, characteristics, etc.).

GUI-2102: Municipal Management and Local Finance (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to instruments financing of municipalities and urban communities. General concepts of public finances. Analysis of operating and capital expenditures, long-term funding and revenue of urban management organizations. Efficiency and fairness of the property tax, the municipal valuation and pricing in local taxation.

GUI-2103: Property and Sustainable Development (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to general principles of building construction in a context of sustainable development. Basics of materials, components and assemblies buildings: foundations, structures, envelopes, openings, mechanical systems and recoveries. Best practices of sustainable development in real estate, including the study of LEED and BOMA certifications.

GUI-3101: Concepts and Applications in Urban and Real Estate Management (3 credits)

Description

Shooting synthesis and simulation exercises on topics on urban and real estate. The themes of the seminar are variable and relate to the strategic location factors, evaluation, administration, financing, and urban development and property management.

GUI-3102: Real Estate Assessment: Principles and Practices (3 credits)

Description

Analysis of real estate appraisal methods and techniques. comparative evaluation methodology. detailed study of three valuation approaches based on the parity of sales the depreciated cost and the updated income. Critical analysis of current practices. advanced techniques to study property assessment based on statistical and geographical treatment of real estate information.

GUI-4100: urban economics and real estate markets (3 credits)

Description

The course covers the study of the mechanisms governing the operation of urban real estate markets and an economic perspective and, therefore, requires the student a basic understanding of the concepts and tools of microeconomic analysis. Are covered: concepts, theories and methods related to the dynamics and growth of urban systems and the location of activities; the concepts of rent and land value considered in a context of real estate investment; the three central themes that constitute the housing market, transport and their impact on urban form and the underlying principles in municipal management and local finances.

RULE 1-3 AMONG APPROPRIATIONS:

DRT-1904: Introduction to Real Property Law (3 credits)

Description

The right to property, the terms and dismemberment of ownership (co-ownership, superficies, easements, usufruct, use, emphyteusis), priorities and mortgages, sale and lease, advertising rights, possession and acquisitive prescription. Learning the elements of legal reasoning.

DRT-2903: Real Estate Law (3 credits)

Description

The legal framework of urban and real estate activities. Developments on the right to property and securities law. The regulation of professions estate (brokerage, assessment, management and transactions). Urban regulation and its effects on the real estate markets

RULE 2-0 At 3 AMONG APPROPRIATIONS:

GSF-2101: Portfolio Management (3 credits)

Description

This course focuses on the modern theory regarding the management of securities portfolios and functioning of financial markets. It seeks to gradually introduce students to the field, combining theory and practice. The basic concepts and practices supplements are discussed primarily in the context of variable income securities investments and, to a lesser extent, in the context of fixed-income securities investments.

GSF-2110: Asset Management (3 credits)

Description

The investment of the assets of benefits programs is one of the main activities related to the management of employee benefit plans. The course provides a working knowledge of asset management, investment objectives, securities markets, the choice of assets, favorable investment conditions, portfolio theory and assessment of financial performance. Finally, it addresses the issue of derivatives and alternative markets. The course is particularly interested in the implementation of the basic concepts involved.

RULE 3-3 AMONG TO 12 CREDITS:

ADM-2100: Case Analysis (3 credits)

Description

The course, given by a team of professors from different departments of the faculty, prepares students to better understand the complexity of organizational issues by placing them in situations that require multidisciplinary analysis of cases. They must diagnose, individually and in groups, several cases of integrative nature by making in-depth analysis, propose action plans and present the conclusions of their work to the class and the group of experts chosen for the occasion.

ADM-2101: Internship in the Workplace (3 credits)

Description

This activity aims to encourage practical training in the workplace. Through internships, students must achieve the following learning objectives: synthesis of a set of knowledge acquired in the course; deepening and research on a specific aspect of administrative discipline. The internship in the workplace can take place in a variety of professional backgrounds. It must take account of both business needs and the intern training needs. It must allow the student to use as part of a relevant and paid work, the concepts acquired during his degree.

ADM-2106: Workplace Training II (3 credits)

Description

This activity aims to encourage practical training in the workplace. Through internships, students must achieve the following learning objectives: Synthesis of a body of knowledge acquired during the course; deepening and research on a specific aspect of administrative discipline. The internship in the workplace can take place in a variety of professional backgrounds. It must take account of both business needs and the intern training needs. It must allow the student to use as part of a relevant and paid work, the concepts acquired during his degree.

ASR-2105: Risk Financing (3 credits)

Description

This course covers the selection, implementation and supervision of risk financing techniques. It pays special attention to the principles that govern the choice of management techniques and their impact on the business. It has in particular the structure and objectives of risk financing; the selection criteria for risk financing techniques; insurance as a risk financing technique; reinsurance self-insurance, the various methods of alternative risk transfer, forecast, loss distributions allocating the cost of risk and different subjects on particular situations.

ASR-2108: Assessment and Management of Risk (3 credits)

Description

This course covers the selection, implementation and supervision of evaluation techniques and treatment of risks. It pays particular attention to the principles that govern the choice of management techniques and their impact on the business. It presents particular risk assessment structure; categories of techniques for determining and addressing risks; the criteria for decision making; the causes of accidents and their costs; of business continuity management systems; the financial framework of risk management; the estimated loss distributions; allocating the cost of risk and different topics that apply to particular situations.

ASR-2109: Principles and Risk Management Practices (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces the student to the basic principles specific to the management of corporate risks as well as modern practices of enforcement of discipline. It provides an overview of the risk management process for applying different management principles to the four main categories of risks to which the company is facing or accidental risks, operational, financial and strategic.

ASR-4004 Integrated Risk Management in Business (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces the student to the basic principles specific to integrated risk management business (ERM). It presents an overview of the process and the structure of the ERM approach and the benefits thereof for organizations. It has three parts: risk management and the study of the ERM approach; understanding the issues faced by organizations in risk management; and the design of a risk management system that maximizes the financial value of the company.

DDU-2000: Sustainable Planning (3 credits)

Description

The course aims to introduce students to the problems and ways of organizing land, particularly in the Quebec context and in a sustainable development perspective. It seeks to bring the student to understand why and how a company plans and controls the occupancy, use and transformation of its territory. After exploring the story, the actors, the main objectives and challenges of regional planning, the course continues the study of its main components: the legislative framework, zoning and use the control instruments of the soil , transport, environmental protection and exploitation of natural resources, the concept of planning and the tools and the data it contains, the relationship between land use and sustainable development.

GMT-1005: Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS). knowledge and skills needed to understand the spatial reference, implementation and analysis of relational databases, the rules of thematic cartography and types of geometric structures (raster and vector). Notions on data acquisition (eg. GPS), preparation and publishing of geospatial data. Experimentation of metric and topological spatial analysis operations. This course has important practical work with ArcGIS software and MS Access. The student must have a good knowledge of computing.

GSF-2102: Corporate Finance (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to familiarize students with the principles of corporate finance. The course enables students to acquire the basic concepts on which the practice of modern corporate finance relies. Topics include: the decision on capital structure, dividend policy, risk management, evaluation of the company, mergers and acquisitions, securities issues and corporate governance.

GSF-2107: Quantitative Analysis of investment and programming (3 credits)

Description

This course presents the main quantitative tools essential to solving investment problems. It allows the student to become familiar with the concepts of quantitative financial modeling and portfolio management.

GSF-2111: in Finance Case Analysis (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students of the Bachelor of Business Administration who will participate in intercollegiate competitions in finance. It allows them to apply and deepen the concepts covered in other courses of their program as a case to solve, simulations and presentations to judges.

GSF-3100: Capital market (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to analyze the financial markets and their main financial instruments and their role in the intermediation of funds and risk. We proceed first to the description and on examining the role of these markets, financial institutions and regulators, especially in the Canadian context. We analyze, subsequently, the term structure of interest rates and volatility in fixed income securities. We then examine the government bond markets, corporate and international. In the second part of the course, we study fixed income securities with optional clauses, then we proceed with the review of major risk financial intermediation markets classified by instruments that are traded there, or the securities markets backed by debts, futures, options and swaps.

GSF-4051: International Real Estate Finance (3 credits)

Description

This course explains the fundamental theories of the real estate market: to examine the market, both debts as assets, study the various cash flows and analyze the advantages and disadvantages of different types of mortgages. The secondary market for mortgage funds and REITs are also under consideration.

GSF-4090; Project Financial Management (3 credits)

Description

Application of financial theory to the selection and financial management of investment projects, especially in real estate and infrastructure projects. Focus on the development of rigorous analytical and quantitative tools for evaluating risky investment projects. The course content is divided between the development of financial theoretical models, deepening quantitative tools of financial analysis, the study of empirical applications and case study in real estate, infrastructure and emerging countries. Topics include: investment decision and project finance, real options, financial risk management, information asymmetry and public-private partnerships.

GSO-2100: Introduction to Project Management (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to make students aware of the project concepts and project management to then make it operational in the feasibility analysis of a project, planning and monitoring. After the course, the student should: have developed an analytical approach to the feasibility and planning of a project. He should know the project planning and control techniques: Method CPM, PERT networks and GANTT chart. It should be introduced to the use of IT tools for supporting project management: MS Project and Excel.

MNG-1101; Management of SMEs and growth (3 credits)

Description

This course allows the student to know the requirements and ways to manage the growth of SMEs; share the experience of many small and medium Quebec entrepreneurs working in various fields; to understand the interrelationships between the various activities of the overall management process of a small business; to recognize the principles and application management process put in some existing businesses. This course focuses on the adaptation of the management according to the stage of development of SMEs.

MRK-2101: Marketing of retail

Description

As part of this course, the student can develop its capacity to evaluate the different dimensions of a retail business and its management. The course offers a dynamic integration of the concepts of quality of service, location, choice of merchandise assortment, store design and communication. In addition, e-commerce and current trends in the industry are addressed. The course should be an opportunity to think critically about the marketing strategies and service of a company or a retail organization. Upon completion of this course the student should be able to analyze various issues related to retail marketing and management.

MRK-3105: Market research (3 credits)

Description

Knowing and understanding the contributions of marketing research as a decision support tool as well as market analysis techniques. If the structure of the course seems pretty standard (the sequence of the various sessions corresponds fairly closely to the different stages of a marketing research project), as in the format it is resolutely oriented towards the use of new technologies information and the use of technological and educational infrastructure of the Ulysses program. It is suggested to follow MRK-2102 Consumer behavior before this course or concomitantly.

GSF-2102 courses and GSF-4051 are also available in English: GSF-2106 and GSF-4052.

RULE 4-0 At 6 AMONG APPROPRIATIONS:

The courses ASR acronyms, CTB, ENT, GIE, GSF, GSO, MNG, MRK, PFP, SIO, excluding those of series 800 and 900.

GSF-1010 courses and MNG-2000 must first be successful.

RULE 1-21 At 36 AMONG APPROPRIATIONS:

ENT-1000: Know undertake: the passion to create and act (3 credits)

Description

This introductory course in entrepreneurship is for any student in the first cycle. It aims to develop a sense of initiative and entrepreneurship among students, to help them discover and exploit its full entrepreneurial potential. The knowledge imparted to students relate to both the entrepreneur and the creative process by which he leads his project, whether it is a social project, commercial, cooperative, artistic or otherwise. Concrete examples are presented to illustrate the passion of entrepreneurs, their need to create and innovate and action orientation. Available in classroom or distance, the course plays a key role in the development of entrepreneurial skills. The course includes the realization of an entrepreneurial sketch to sensitize students to the realities of an entrepreneurial project and develop a more balanced view of the challenges to consider. The sketch is not a complete business plan, the progress of the course remains primarily the discovery and development of the entrepreneurial potential of the student and not the creation of a company.

MNG-2100: International Management Fundamentals (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to get students to realize a balance of cultural differences in the origin of most of the crises experienced by practitioners of international affairs and to know the possible courses of action for companies working in a different cultural environment. The course has four components: analysis of the sources and manifestations of culture and cultural differences between countries; Comparing organizational and managerial characteristics of the different countries of businesses; review of skills and attitudes required, and possible means of action facing the cultural difference; study of methods for managing business and human resources in offices abroad.

MNG-2103: Strategies adapted to the SMEs (3 credits)

Description

The course is for all those who complete their undergraduate journey, whatever their program, and interested in the field of entrepreneurship, entrepreneurs and SMEs. It will deepen the basic notions acquired by developing the following topics: Understanding the contractor (vision, personality and decision-making) and the peculiarities of SMEs; recognize and apply different business models; know the peculiarities of creation and business growth based on knowledge; understand the dynamics and management constraints, inheritance and succession of a family business; observe the diversity and universality of the phenomena of social economy, including cooperatives.

This course is not about strategy or management as traditionally understood by management. Rather, it is a process of deepening the many facets of entrepreneurship and SMEs that favors the development of transversal skills and their application to concrete cases.

MNG-2104: Ethics and the manager (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to enable students to make responsible decisions. They will have to understand the scope of responsibilities of modern organizations, the complexity and ambiguity involved in decision making. During the quarter, the focus will be on the development of ethical knowledge built on the experience and reflection, rather than just the acquisition of theoretical knowledge. Each week, the discussions will focus on the study of press kits, cases, film clips or meetings on ethical questions that future managers will face. The active participation of students will be required.

MNG-2105: Managing work teams

(3 credits)

Description

Objective: To make students aware of human and administrative dimensions of teamwork. Themes and concepts: taking the human factor in the organization as a central theme, the problems of team management are studied in the light of an interpretative approach focusing on communication as a process leading to the construction of a group of reality defined by the conventional approaches to the concept of organizational climate.

MNG-2106: Enterprise Training Management (3 credits)

Description

This course makes students able to develop a training service in the business. The main topics are: career development, identifying training needs, design and implementation of programs, training, management development, development, training methods, training of trainers, program evaluation criteria, cost / profit, examples of well-designed programs.

MNG-2107: Development of managerial skills (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to show the importance of some management skills in business success and enable the development of these through special learning activities to better govern and better manage others. The integrating framework of skills presented is: skills for now and always: oral and written communication, time management, listening, feedback, interpersonal transactions; self-image and managerial roles perceptions, stereotypes, attitudes, social learning and self-shaping; adaptation to organizational life: stress management, meeting, groups, career; leadership, conflict resolution, delegation, evaluation.

MNG-2109: Corporate Social Responsibility and Solidarity Economy (3 credits)

Description

This course provides conceptual tools and practical examples to understand, integrate and manage corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the perspective of a social economy. It focuses on several social issues that contemporary companies exacerbate their actions or inaction. This course also suggests practical action plans to address these societal challenges by focusing on the development of social economy at national and international levels. The strategic dimensions, entrepreneurial and managerial CSR are addressed to equip students on the modalities of its implementation.

MNG-2110: Sustainable Development and Management Organizations (3 credits)

Description

This course’s main objective is to offer conceptual and practical tools to understand and efficiently integrate the concept of sustainable development in organizations. The foundations and the practical applications of this concept will be tackled using various examples and an interdisciplinary perspective.

MNG-2115: Managing Conflict at Work (3 credits)

Description

The presence of conflicts at work generates substantial costs due, in particular, their impact on workers’ health and organizational effectiveness. Although often perceive conflicts negatively, it can also involve positive consequences. This would be the way we manage the conflicts that determine the constructive or destructive nature of their impact. This course aims that the student develops the knowledge and skills required for analyzing conflict dynamics and develop intervention strategies to manage conflict constructively.

MNG-3102: Strategic Human Resource Management (3 credits)

Description

This course presents and analyzes the strategic dimension of human resources management and its contribution to the realization of the business strategy of the company. It provides the foundation for understanding the decision-making process to develop an integrated strategic vision of human resources management.

MNG-3103: Change Management (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to familiarize the student with change management and organizational development. It discusses the concept of change both organizationally and personally. It places particular emphasis on an organizational model, intelligent company or learning organization, that change is not seen as a threat or a constraint but as an opportunity for the organization and its members, to increase their capacity to reinvent and renew itself.

MNG-3104: Labour Relations Management (3 credits)

Description

This course provides theoretical and practical knowledge on the effects of labor laws on the management of human resources. Themes and concepts: individual and collective contract; legislative powers; related laws (labor standards, health and safety, certification, negotiation, arbitration, strike, lockout, etc.). After studying the various legislations, students discover their effects on the management of human resources through the case study treated as a team.

MNG-3108: Strategic Management Interventions (3 credits)

Description

This course is intended for the development of analytic and synthetic skills required by senior management in an organization. With presentations, organizational field studies and intervention projects in strategy, students will learn how to evaluate past strategies and strategists; how to get internal and external information needed to make a diagnosis; how to propose new conceptual and operational development strategies, and finally, how to properly implement the chosen strategy.

MNG-3113: Managing and decide in crisis

Description

Learn to deal with crises is a critical issue for all managers. Mobilize the appropriate reflexes to face the press, establish effective responses devices for prevention and control are now part of the skills that can be expected of any manager. This course provides the main bases.

MNG-4144: Transmission and business succession (3 credits)

Description

This course covers the various aspects of business transfer or the transfer direction and the transfer of ownership, taking into account the various actors involved in the process. Although an important place is given to the transmission of family business, the course also covers internal transmission (by employees) and external (buyback). This undergraduate course is the person who works in a family business or aspiring to do so, and anyone who wishes to sell his business, acquire one or take over. It is also of interest to the person wishing to possibly act as counsel to the parties involved in the transfer of a business, including the seller and the buyer.

MNG-4160: Analysis of issues of equality between the sexes in the management of organizations (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces the concepts and dynamics that create inequality in organizations and offers a participatory approach to differentiated gender analysis (ADS). This process is based on the realities and differentiated needs of women and men and can predict the distinct effects that may take a decision, a project, program or policy. This analysis decrypts resistance and influences the dynamics for the implementation of sustainable results. The course aims to equip a variety of stakeholders (project managers, consultants, managers, professionals, experts, etc.) of organizations in all sectors (public, private, municipal, community, NGOs, etc.).

MNG-2100 course, MNG-MNG-2103 and 3108 are also available in English: MNG-2101, MNG-MNG-3101 and 3110.

RULE 2-0 In 15 AMONG APPROPRIATIONS:

ADM-2100: Case Analysis (3 credits)

Description

The course, given by a team of professors from different departments of the faculty, prepares students to better understand the complexity of organizational issues by placing them in situations that require multidisciplinary analysis of cases. They must diagnose, individually and in groups, several cases of integrative nature by making in-depth analysis, propose action plans and present the conclusions of their work to the class and the group of experts chosen for the occasion.

ADM-2101: Internship in the Workplace (3 credits)

Description

This activity aims to encourage practical training in the workplace. Through internships, students must achieve the following learning objectives: synthesis of a set of knowledge acquired in the course; deepening and research on a specific aspect of administrative discipline. The internship in the workplace can take place in a variety of professional backgrounds. It must take account of both business needs and the intern training needs. It must allow the student to use as part of a relevant and paid work, the concepts acquired during his degree.

ADM-2106: Workplace Training II (3 credits)

Description

This activity aims to encourage practical training in the workplace. Through internships, students must achieve the following learning objectives: Synthesis of a body of knowledge acquired during the course; deepening and research on a specific aspect of administrative discipline. The internship in the workplace can take place in a variety of professional backgrounds. It must take account of both business needs and the intern training needs. It must allow the student to use as part of a relevant and paid work, the concepts acquired during his degree.

ASR-2105: Risk Financing (3 credits)

Description

This course covers the selection, implementation and supervision of risk financing techniques. It pays special attention to the principles that govern the choice of management techniques and their impact on the business. It has in particular the structure and objectives of risk financing; the selection criteria for risk financing techniques; insurance as a risk financing technique; reinsurance self-insurance, the various methods of alternative risk transfer, forecast, loss distributions allocating the cost of risk and different subjects on particular situations.

ASR-2108; Assessment and Management of Risk (3 credits)

Description

This course covers the selection, implementation and supervision of evaluation techniques and treatment of risks. It pays particular attention to the principles that govern the choice of management techniques and their impact on the business. It presents particular risk assessment structure; categories of techniques for determining and addressing risks; the criteria for decision making; the causes of accidents and their costs; of business continuity management systems; the financial framework of risk management; the estimated loss distributions; allocating the cost of risk and different topics that apply to particular situations.

ASR-2109: Principles and Risk Management Practices (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces the student to the basic principles specific to the management of corporate risks as well as modern practices of enforcement of discipline. It provides an overview of the risk management process for applying different management principles to the four main categories of risks to which the company is facing or accidental risks, operational, financial and strategic.

DRT-1907: Business Law and Governance (3 credits)

Description

This course reviews key concepts and the main legal rules in the context of the business, from training until the end of the company: Introduction to Canadian and Quebec law, company formation, financing of the company, management and staff of the company, the company and its market, the end of the business.

DRT-2901: Legal Aspects of International Trade (3 credits)

Description

Historical and contemporary sources of international trade law. Aspects of private international law: the sales contract, financing notes, the transport of goods, the insurance policy, representation abroad, industry consolidation and the settlement of disputes. Aspects of public international law: procedures for export and import, export regulations, the implementation of a company abroad and the special cases of certain economic unions (free trade agreements, EEC, GATT).

ENT-2000: Creativity and Organizations (3 credits)

Description

This course offers undergraduate student an approach that allows him to develop his creative vision in business to perform in the dynamic and demanding environment of the organizations. The course focuses on self-knowledge in a creative setting on the creative process as well as theoretical learning or practice several creativity techniques. These topics are available in individual mode, in small teams and large group settings to reproduce the workplace. This course aims to develop knowledge and creativity skills.

MIMS-1100: tages abroad (3 credits)

Description

This activity aims to encourage practical training in the workplace abroad. By performing an internship, students must achieve the following learning objectives: to know a culturally different work environment, deepen and implement, in an international context, a set of management knowledge gained in the course. The training can take place in a company or business environment and can be paid or unpaid.

GIE-3100: Human Resource Management in intercultural context (3 credits)

Description

“Effective management of people living in different continents and belonging to different cultures is one of the most difficult tasks that multinational companies have to fulfill” (Dolan et al. Human resource management, 2002 by Prentice Hall). That is why this course aims to provide professional human resources, and any person occupies a position of leadership, a reflection framework for action and mobilize expertise to address the problems caused by situations that involve several cultures.

MNG-1101: Management of SMEs and growth (3 credits)

Description

This course allows the student to know the requirements and ways to manage the growth of SMEs; share the experience of many small and medium Quebec entrepreneurs working in various fields; to understand the interrelationships between the various activities of the overall management process of a small business; to recognize the principles and application management process put in some existing businesses. This course focuses on the adaptation of the management according to the stage of development of SMEs.

MNG-1110: Compensation Fundamentals (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to expose the elements, factors, methods and processes inherent in the reward system component of total compensation and terms of measuring its effectiveness. It also addresses issues of job evaluation, internal and external equity, compensation surveys, compensation structures, relevant legislation, control of own costs in these techniques and management of all compensation within the performance of the organization. Finally, it offers an analysis of each of the foundations of overall compensation and integration, as well as the role of social benefits in the remuneration system.

MNG-2003 Project Planning and Management (3 credits)

Description

This course covers two main aspects: the creation and development of a project and its management. It presents the approaches, methods and techniques of creativity with practical applications to the emergence and explanation of a project. It then presents the methods and techniques of project management, including: planning; the programs; activities; action plans in human, financial and physical; calendars; and evaluation of the project.

MNG-2108: Achieving an entrepreneurial project (3 credits)

Description

This distance learning course is for anyone interested in a real or simulated process of making a commercial project, social, cooperative, artistic or otherwise, and who wishes to establish his own record company for the realization of his project. The concepts acquired in this course allows each person to increase their general knowledge in the field of entrepreneurship, but especially to analyze the elements necessary for the realization of a business plan to fully determine the needs for their project and the specific constraints on startup.

MNG-2111: Planning and attraction of human resources (3 credits)

Description

The scarcity of resources and talents requires organizations to equip themselves planning strategies, acquisition and loyalty have at the right time, talents that allow them to ensure sustainability and achieve their goals ‘business. Staffing becomes a practical field of human resource management whose importance is well established. In this course, students become familiar with the early stages of the planning process and attraction by exploring topics such as the employer of choice, the profile of skills or the forward planning of human resources.

MNG-2120: Executive Compensation (3 credits)

Description

This course presents both strategic considerations and the specific elements of executive compensation programs. It focuses among others the following topics: the importance of links with a competitive business strategy, the different roles and responsibilities assumed in the design and approval of compensation programs, accounting, taxation and legislation. In addition, it reviews the various items included in the calculation of compensation: base salary, short premiums and long term, provisions for retirement benefits and advantages.

MNG-2602: Management of an event (3 credits)

Description

This course provides the student familiar with the management of events, whether one-off or recurring, in the cultural, sporting, recreational or otherwise. It helps to understand the principles underlying the existence and progress of an event, to grasp all the complementary aspects and master the practical tools useful for the design, planning and implementation of such events.

MNG-3105: HR Innovations (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to present the new trends in human resources management, to examine the foundations, to present the implementation models and make a critical analysis. Among the innovations studied include participatory management, total quality, full satisfaction.

MNG-3107: Internationalization Strategies (3 credits)

Description

This course is structured around a series of interrelated topics that contribute to the emergence of a global framework to deal with problems in the practice of international strategic management. The main topics covered include the analysis of the international investment environment, the company’s internationalization process, the application of different development strategies in foreign markets, the development of the structure, the organization of international operations and risk management policy in a foreign country.

MNG-3111: Diversity and Equity in the Workplace (3 credits)

Description

This course presents the situation on the issue of diversity and equity in the workplace at the location of the four target groups (women, visible minorities, disabled and indigenous) and explanations of this fact. Best practices for reducing inequality are analyzed.

MNG-3112: Management and prevention of health and safety (3 credits)

Description

This course focuses on the management of health and safety, in a perspective of integration in the administration of organizations. Topics include claims management, the implementation of preventive activities, legislation and organizational issues in OSH. It aims to promote the integration of health management and work safety in the daily activities of managers. For different individual learning and group activities, students develop an understanding of key concepts in SST, integrates the main concepts of prevention and exercised in the analysis and resolution of OSH issues.

MNG-3115: Recruitment, Selection and Retention (3 credits)

Description

In a context of competition for human resources, employer branding and retention, selection is a strategic step in the entire staffing process. It remains crucial to find the candidate who best integrate, grow and contribute to achieving the objectives of the organization. This course offers the student the opportunity to become familiar with the process of recruitment, selection and reception of new employees by exploring topics such as writing an advertisement hiring, testing, the interview selection and assessment of staffing.

MNG-4023: Technological innovation: from the idea to market (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to acquire a distinctive competence management for technology companies. It allows the student to become familiar with the peculiarities of the process of creation and development of such enterprises.

MNG-4145: Self-employment and micro-enterprise (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to present the realities of the entrepreneur who operates as a self-employed and in the context of micro-enterprise (less than five). The participant is required to study the benefits, obligations, responsibilities, resources and management practices specific to this type of career and activities.

Courses GIE-3100, MNG-MNG-3107 and 4023 are also available in English: GIE-3104, MNG-MNG-3114 and 4147.

RULE 3-0 At 6 AMONG APPROPRIATIONS:

the courses ASR acronyms, CTB, ENT, GIE, GSF, GSO, GUI, MNG, MRK, PFP, SIO, excluding those of series 800 and 900.

The MRK-1000 course (or MRK-1101) must first be successful.

The MRK-2102 course is also offered in English: MRK-2110.

MRK-2102: Consumer Behavior (3 credits)

Description

This course provides an overview of factors that influence consumer behavior. First we linger to internal factors of influence: the process of perception, motivation, learning, memory, consumer decision process. Then have studied the impact of external factors: environment and situations, groups including family, culture and innovation. NOTE – It is suggested to follow MRK-1000 Marketing, this course before, or concurrently.

MRK-3104: Strategic Marketing (3 credits)

Description

From the perspective of market orientation, the course, which is practical, is to describe the tasks of marketing practitioner in companies, the definition of competitive strategies and determining the components of the marketing mix, as well as challenges presented by the globalization of markets. It also aims to show how to study and analyze the most common marketing problems in the Canadian company. At the end of the session, students should be able to realize and analyze strategic marketing plan and know the various ways to execute it.

RULE 1-21 At 30 AMONG APPROPRIATIONS:

MRK-2100: Communication Management (3 credits)

Description

This course is addressed first and foremost to those who are called to work in the field of management, especially in the field of marketing or communication. This course discusses in detail the steps and decisions involved in the development process of mass communication, the determination of objectives to the crucial stage of assessing the impact of a given strategy on the consumer. planning skills, organization, evaluation and control are developed. Meanwhile, the individual will have acquired a more objective view of the phenomenon of mass communication and will have developed a sense of ethics of the profession. It is suggested to follow MRK-2102 Consumer behavior before this course or concomitantly.

MRK-2101: Marketing of retail (3 credits)

Description

As part of this course, the student can develop its capacity to evaluate the different dimensions of a retail business and its management. The course offers a dynamic integration of the concepts of quality of service, location, choice of merchandise assortment, store design and communication. In addition, e-commerce and current trends in the industry are addressed. The course should be an opportunity to think critically about the marketing strategies and service of a company or a retail organization. Upon completion of this course the student should be able to analyze various issues related to retail marketing and management.

MRK-2103: Direct marketing (3 credits)

Description

More and more companies are turning to direct marketing to reach their target market. Today’s manager must master the basics of various stress techniques used in direct marketing in order to be able to implement direct marketing campaigns or to evaluate those proposed to him. This course therefore addresses the main concepts and theories supporting the use of direct marketing, as well as its practical and ethical implications. It also discusses the strategies and working methods associated with direct mail, telemarketing, in e-marketing, data mining ( “data mining”) and the marketing database ( “database marketing”). It is suggested to follow MRK-2102 Consumer behavior before this course or concomitantly.

MRK-2106: Relationship Marketing (3 credits)

Description

This course is intended for any student interested in the customer dimension of a company or organization. It covers the fundamentals of the relationship between a company and its customers or organization and its users, as well as the concepts of quality of services and database marketing. It also examines concepts such as the lifetime value of a customer, marketing between organizations and CRM.

MRK-2107: Strength and sales techniques (3 credits)

Description

In companies, sales management and marketing management are strongly linked. The sales force is an essential variable of the “marketing mix”. Any “marketer” sells. This course must allow any student to manage a sales force, conduct of business management control and master sales techniques oral, written, virtual, etc.

MRK-2108: inter Marketing (B to B) (3 credits)

Description

The turnover of trade between companies represents nearly 70% of all trade. It is therefore more important than that achieved on the retail market. The marketing system has this market specific components. Analyze customer buying behavior, define the variables of the “marketing mix” control analysis tools, etc. are all topics covered in this course. After this, students should be able to establish the strategic and operational plan of marketing of a company that operates in this market.

MRK-2109: Internet Marketing (3 credits)

Description

This course presents both conceptual and operational elements related to the practice of Internet marketing. It aims to adapt the student’s knowledge in marketing the new opportunities created by the Internet for data collection, communication and consumer services. The student develops a critical mind helping make judicious selection from the mass of information available. It also has an ethical sense linked to respect for privacy and the digital divide. The course is given room with Internet support, which makes the use of compulsory laptop.

MRK-2113: Retail Technologies (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to expose students to the technological change retail vectors. It covers the technology supply chain, control and security, payment systems (POS), store the exposure (showrooming) and e-commerce. This is a management course and not of genius. The student is introduced to the concepts, opportunities and best practices. The course is offered primarily for students of mixed progress in Retail.

MRK-3101: International Marketing (3 credits)

Description

This course includes an integrated set of knowledge that includes the choice of overseas markets, the analysis of external and internal business constraints (cultural, financial, legal, etc.), the choice of marketing strategies at international level and global and a brief overview of international input modes (export, alliances, licensed production, direct investment, other). Mastering these skills will allow the student to participate in the development of a strategy or an international marketing plan.

MRK-3103: Special Topics Marketing (3 credits)

Description

The course, given both in the form of seminars, workshops and simulations, favors the integration of several concepts and techniques learned in marketing in other courses. In addition to allowing the student to improve his knowledge, it allows him to exercise judgment, to sharpen its critical sense and apply the key concepts that affect marketing and new trends in the field, in a context closely linked to the business world. This is a course focused mainly on practice, which requires the active contribution of the student so that it can benefit for a transition to the labor market. It is suggested to follow RK-2102, RK-2100 and RK-2106 before this course or simultaneously.

MRK-3105: Market research (3 credits)

Description

Knowing and understanding the contributions of marketing research as a decision support tool as well as market analysis techniques. If the structure of the course seems pretty standard (the sequence of the various sessions corresponds fairly closely to the different stages of a marketing research project), as in the format it is resolutely oriented towards the use of new technologies information and the use of technological and educational infrastructure of the Ulysses program. It is suggested to follow MRK-2102 Consumer behavior before this course or concomitantly.

MRK-3108: Retail in Case (3 credits)

Description

This course exposes students to the range of challenges faced by managers of large retail establishments. It is based on the case of companies operating establishments in Quebec context. It revolves around twelve cases covering different aspects of retail trade (regulations, personnel management, customer management approach, equipment, interior design, e-commerce integration, security best practices, location, practice outside Quebec , etc.). The student is placed in a position of decision making. This is a terminal course normally reserved for students who have completed all other required courses of retail concentration.

Classes MRK-2107, RK-2108 and RK-3101 are also available in English: MRK-2111, RK-2112 and RK-3102.

RULE 2-0 At 9 AMONG APPROPRIATIONS:

ADM-2100: Case Analysis (3 credits)

Description

The course, given by a team of professors from different departments of the faculty, prepares students to better understand the complexity of organizational issues by placing them in situations that require multidisciplinary analysis of cases. They must diagnose, individually and in groups, several cases of integrative nature by making in-depth analysis, propose action plans and present the conclusions of their work to the class and the group of experts chosen for the occasion.

ADM-2101: Internship in the Workplace (3 credits)

Description

This activity aims to encourage practical training in the workplace. Through internships, students must achieve the following learning objectives: synthesis of a set of knowledge acquired in the course; deepening and research on a specific aspect of administrative discipline. The internship in the workplace can take place in a variety of professional backgrounds. It must take account of both business needs and the intern training needs. It must allow the student to use as part of a relevant and paid work, the concepts acquired during his degree.

ADM-2106: Workplace Training II (3 credits)

Description

This activity aims to encourage practical training in the workplace. Through internships, students must achieve the following learning objectives: Synthesis of a body of knowledge acquired during the course; deepening and research on a specific aspect of administrative discipline. The internship in the workplace can take place in a variety of professional backgrounds. It must take account of both business needs and the intern training needs. It must allow the student to use as part of a relevant and paid work, the concepts acquired during his degree.

CNS-1001: Consumption and aging (3 credits)

Description

Understanding the behavior of older consumers, their needs and marketing efforts that target.

GSO-2100: Introduction to Project Management (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to make students aware of the project concepts and project management to then make it operational in the feasibility analysis of a project, planning and monitoring. After the course, the student should: have developed an analytical approach to the feasibility and planning of a project. He should know the project planning and control techniques: Method CPM, PERT networks and GANTT chart. It should be introduced to the use of IT tools for supporting project management: MS Project and Excel.

MNG-2104; Ethics and the manager (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to enable students to make responsible decisions. They will have to understand the scope of responsibilities of modern organizations, the complexity and ambiguity involved in decision making. During the quarter, the focus will be on the development of ethical knowledge built on the experience and reflection, rather than just the acquisition of theoretical knowledge. Each week, the discussions will focus on the study of press kits, cases, film clips or meetings on ethical questions that future managers will face. The active participation of students will be required.

MRK-3106: developing international markets Simulation (3 credits) Description

Interactive and dynamic simulation allows students to integrate knowledge gained in international marketing and practice them. Through in-depth market analyzes, teams of “international marketing managers” are planning their entry into foreign markets and manage the development of selected markets.

SIO-2101: Understanding the digital enterprise (3 credits)

Description

This course is an introduction to the basics of e-business. At the end of this course, you should have a good understanding of e-business development opportunities, challenges and obstacles.

SOC-2117: Consumption and Lifestyles (3 credits)

Description

Sociological analysis of the new material culture, fashion and brands, family budgets. Advertising as an object of consumption and as a language of the consumer society. Consumption and social strata and analysis of generation effects and age. Examinations of sociological theories together.

SOC-2120: Sociology of technological innovation (3 credits)

Description

Context, process and impact of technological innovation. Science and technology. Explain innovation. Companies and States in research and development. science and technology policies. Socio-technical controversies: large dams; bioscience and biotechnology; new information technologies; nanotechnology. Manage technological risks. high reliability organizations. Social technology assessment.

The MRK-3106 course is also offered in English: MRK-3107.

RULE 3-0 At 6 AMONG APPROPRIATIONS:

The MQT-1101 course must first be successful.

RULE 1-12 AMONG APPROPRIATIONS:

GSO-2102: demand management and inventory (3 credits)

Description

The aim of this course is to introduce the various components of the management based on demand and supply (GDS) in a company. Upon completion of this course the student should be able to: use common GDS systems in the enterprise; evaluate the performance of a GDS system; to develop simple systems GDS and to identify and bring elements of solution to problems related to the GDS function.

GSO-2103: Road transport goods (3 credits)

Description

This course deals with the management of road transport operations of goods as part of the supply chain. intermodal transport is approached, for-hire transportation, own-account transport and industrial and legal considerations. The main topics covered in this course are the LTL operations, operations of entire load, establishing productivity measures, estimated operating costs and the preparation of fee schedules. The course presents all facets of the management of road transport of goods: general administration, warehouse management, construction of roads and routes, equipment management, traffic control and vehicle safety. After this course the student should be able to perform analyzes for the management of every aspect of trucking operations.

GSO-2104: Distribution and Storage (3 credits)

Description

This course presents the problems and warehouse management technology and distribution centers. The main topics covered in this course are: organization and a warehouse operations, organization and planning of distribution operations, control of storage and distribution operations, the various modes of distribution

GSO 2105: Purchasing and Supply (3 credits)

Description

This course is an introduction to the principles and basic knowledge of the management of procurement and supply. The course presents different aspects (technical, administrative and relational) functions Purchasing and Supply and also aims to explain how efficient management of these functions helps to improve and ensure the sustainability of the competitive position of the company.

PGSO-3100: Production Planning and Control (3 credits)

Description

Deepening knowledge in planning and production control. Focus on the concepts, methods, practices, models and software. Deepening stages of production planning process: overall planning, detailed planning requirements, capacity planning and scheduling. Presentation of the just-in-time and production planning in continuous flow industries.

GSO-3101: Design of production networks and centers (3 credits)

Description

Fundamentals needed to study a producing company to increase its performance and productivity. product design. Planning process. Design methods. Study time and deadlines. Operations organization. Planning capacity and technology. flow analysis. Design handling system and storage. Designing the layout. Diagnosis and productivity study.

RULE 3-3 At 6 AMONG APPROPRIATIONS:

ADM-2100: Case Analysis (3 credits)

Description

This course, given by a team of professors from different departments of the faculty, prepares students to better understand the complexity of organizational issues by placing them in situations that require analysis multidisciplinary case. They must diagnose, individually and in groups, several cases of integrative nature by making in-depth analysis, propose action plans and present the conclusions of their work to the class and the group of experts chosen for the occasion.

CTB-2102: Cost Management (3 creedits)

Description

The main objective of the course is to educate students on the importance of sound management of costs. Whether a company manufacturing or services, a non-profit organization or entity in the public or parapublic sector, cost management is crucial. This course also aims to confront the traditional methods of management and monitoring costs to contemporary approaches. At the end of the course the student is able to apply in detail the different methods of accumulation and distribution of costs and analyze the results.

DRT-2901: Legal Aspects of International Trade

Description

History and contemporary sources of international trade law. Aspects of private international law: the sales contract, financing notes, the transport of goods, the insurance policy, representation abroad, industry consolidation and the settlement of disputes. Aspects of public international law: procedures for export and import, export regulations, the implementation of a company abroad and the special cases of certain economic unions (free trade agreements, EEC, GATT).

GSO-2100: Introduction to Project Management (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to make students aware of the project concepts and project management to then make it operational in the feasibility analysis of a project, planning and monitoring. After the course, the student should: have developed an analytical approach to the feasibility and planning of a project. He should know the project planning and control techniques: Method CPM, PERT networks and GANTT chart. It should be introduced to the use of IT tools for supporting project management: MS Project and Excel.

GSO-3102: Quality Management and Maintenance (3 credits)

Description

Although many publications have been written on the quality, or the pursuit of perfection under the sign of competitiveness and progress, this course is not intended to address detailed issues specific to management quality, but it aims to provide quality and maintenance as a key factor for survival of our businesses, constituting a major component of a policy of modernization and industrial redeployment, putting at the disposal of participants techniques and simple tools, illustrated by numerous examples. Among the topics covered, as examples include analysis tools, metrology, statistical control at reception, maintenance and reliability, including “monitoring” and also remote maintenance and others.

GSO-3103 Engineering of chaînelogistique (3 credits)

Description

This course shows how the logistics business, that is to say the integrated management of supply, transport, production and distribution between sources of raw materials and consumers, can be used as a weapon competitive offensive that creates value. After a review of the new global economic environment, we show how to design high-performance production facilities and distribution networks and how to control the flow of goods in global logistics networks. We also study the business networks, the capacity planning of facilities and selection of business sites. The emphasis on the international context of the engineering supply chain problems, the methodology of intervention in business and the aid decision tools available.

MNG-3105: HR Innovations (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to present the new trends in human resources management, to examine the foundations, to present the implementation models and make a critical analysis. Among the innovations studied include participatory management, total quality, full satisfaction.

MNG-3112: Management and prevention of health and safety (3 credits)

Description

This course focuses on the management of health and safety, in a perspective of integration in the administration of organizations. Topics include claims management, the implementation of preventive activities, legislation and organizational issues in OSH. It aims to promote the integration of health management and work safety in the daily activities of managers. For different individual learning and group activities, students develop an understanding of key concepts in SST, integrates the main concepts of prevention and exercised in the analysis and resolution of OSH issues.

MRK-2108: inter Marketing (B to B)

Description

Revenues trade between companies represents nearly 70% of all trade. It is therefore more important than that achieved on the retail market. The marketing system has this market specific components. Analyze customer buying behavior, define the variables of the “marketing mix” control analysis tools, etc. are all topics covered in this course. After this, students should be able to establish the strategic and operational plan of marketing of a company that operates in this market.

SIO-2103: Design of organizational information systems I (3 credits)

Description

This course focuses on the design of organizational information systems (SIO). It covers in particular the role of business analysts, complementary to the computer, in the development of WIS. We focus on understanding the business processes of an organization in order to be able to design a data model that corresponds to the organizational reality. It also rethinks the business process with the possibilities offered by new information technologies. In summary, this course covers the fundamentals and concepts of the main stages of computerization of organizations, the opportunity to study the programming of computerized information system.

The MRK-2108 course is also offered in English: MRK-2112.

PROFILES OF STUDIES

Course title credits required

PROFILE IN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

DDU-1000: Foundation for Sustainable Development (3 credits) Description

This introductory course to sustainable development is for any undergraduate student. It is to provide an introduction to the concept of different sizes and the implementation of sustainable development tools. It allows the student to acquire the basic elements of a general reflection on sustainable development, which takes into account its many ambiguities and difficulties of its operationalization. In addition, this course encourages thinking about the tools necessary for its apprehension as social project. This interdisciplinary course is offered in distance during the fall, winter and summer. This course is mandatory for the profile by sustainable development.

MNG-2110: Sustainable Development and Management Organizations (3 credits) Description

This course’s main objective is to offer conceptual and practical tools to understand and efficiently integrate the concept of sustainable development in organizations. The foundations and the practical applications of this concept will be tackled using various examples and an interdisciplinary perspective.

RULE 1-6 AMONG APPROPRIATIONS:

ECN-1140: energy and international economic problems (3 credits)

Description

Analysis of changes in the international oil market. Behavior and strategy of key players dominating this market: OPEC, the US multinationals. Review of national energy policies. Study of the effects of oil shocks on the economic environment and international politics: the North-South dialogue, the petro-dollars, the debt of developing countries, etc.

ECN-1150: Environmental Economics (3 credits)

Description

Economic analysis, theoretical and practical aspects of environmental problems and solutions that may be proposed: the emission control policies (taxation of polluting emissions, tradable pollution permits, regulations currently used, etc.); proposals economists on monetary valuation of benefits and costs related to environmental protection; current issues, such as the greenhouse effect.

ENV-1010: Fundamentals of Environmental Conservation (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to familiarize students with the fundamentals of nature conservation as well as approaches to apply them in a socioeconomic and political context of constant change. The nature conservation aimed at protecting biodiversity and ensuring that ecosystems use to maintain or restore health, resilience and productivity of the past and ensure sustainable use. The student will have the opportunity to implement his knowledge by creating a plan, strategy or practice for a concrete problem of conservation.

FOR 2020: Environmental Assessment (3 credits)

Description

Understanding the concept of environmental information. Use of environmental information in the context of an impact study. Theory and methods of impact assessment. Design and implementation of components of an impact study. Understanding of the institutional framework within which fits this kind of study. Analysis of studies conducted in the framework of specific projects.

GCI-3001: Environmental Impacts (3 credits)

Description

This course helps to learn the impact studies and develop methodological tools for such studies. It includes a review of federal and provincial impact assessment and their regulatory processes; the review of available methods, types case studies of recent projects; the identification and management of conflicts of environmental impacts. Notions of environmental auditing.

GGR-1006: Climate Change (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to the climate system and its operation. Review and characteristics of the main greenhouse gas. Introduction to climate modeling, scenarios and model predictions. Analysis of climate change impacts on the physical and human environment. adaptation measures envisaged to mitigate climate change. International agreements and situation in Haiti.

GIE-2102: Ethical Issues in management of international aid (3 credits)

Description

This course invites the student to reflect on the ethical dimensions of its intervention as a manager in international aid projects. Moral dilemmas are addressed from three perspectives: the challenges of international aid as a whole sector of human and economic activity, issues concerning the organization and those who challenge the manager in his daily activity. This course covers among other mutual respect in relation to the culture, values and behaviors and seeking greater equity in relationships with people, governments, aid agencies, donors, etc.

GUI-2103: Property and Sustainable Development (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to general principles of building construction in a context of sustainable development. Basics of materials, components and assemblies buildings: foundations, structures, envelopes, openings, mechanical systems and recoveries. Best practices of sustainable development in real estate, including the study of LEED and BOMA certifications.

MNG-2104: Ethics and the manager (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to enable students to make responsible decisions. They will have to understand the scope of responsibilities of modern organizations, the complexity and ambiguity involved in decision making. During the quarter, the focus will be on the development of ethical knowledge built on the experience and reflection, rather than just the acquisition of theoretical knowledge. Each week, the discussions will focus on the study of press kits, cases, film clips or meetings on ethical questions that future managers will face. The active participation of students will be required.

MNG-2109: Corporate Social Responsibility and Solidarity Economy (3 credits)

Description

This course provides conceptual tools and practical examples to understand, integrate and manage corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the perspective of a social economy. It focuses on several social issues that contemporary companies exacerbate their actions or inaction. This course also suggests practical action plans to address these societal challenges by focusing on the development of social economy at national and international levels. The strategic dimensions, entrepreneurial and managerial CSR are addressed to equip students on the modalities of its implementation.

MNG-3113: Managing and decide Crisis (3 credits)

Description

Learn to deal with crises is a critical issue for all managers. Mobilize the appropriate reflexes to face the press, establish effective responses devices for prevention and control are now part of the skills that can be expected of any manager. This course provides the main bases.

POL-2207: Environmental Policies (3 credits)

Description

The course objective is to introduce students to environmental issues from the perspective of policy analysis and public administration. The evolution of ecological thought. The appearance of the main environmental issues and problems in contemporary societies. Instruments and management mechanisms at national and international level. The role of social forces. Quebec and Canadian dimension of environmental policies. Foreign experiences.

SOC-2114: Environment and Society (3 credits)

Description

Study of the relationship between nature and society. Representations of nature. Genesis of ecological thought. Environmental issues: water, forests, air, ocean energy. Science and politics of global environmental problems: climate change, biodiversity. The environmental movement: origin, diversification, actions and impacts. Environmental policies and sustainable development.

PROGRAM (15 to 30 credits)

Requirement 1 language-Jurisdiction

Students admitted to the program must meet the proficiency in the English language threshold required by the Faculty of Business Administration. This threshold must be reached if the student wants to graduate. This requirement for graduation can be satisfied in different ways: hold a DEC issued by an English college, reaching the level of knowledge of the course.

ANL-3010: Advanced English I

Description

Advanced Courses for students who have relatively little difficulty understanding and expressing themselves adequately, but need to enrich their grammar and vocabulary. Oral comprehension and writing; oral and written expression. grammatical structures, vocabulary and idioms, pronunciation.

Requirement 2

The ADM-3050 course is also offered in English: ADM-3104.

The ADM-3109 course is available only on approval.

Requirement 3

The student must achieve the ANL-3010 Advanced English I level to complete its program.

The student admitted to the entrepreneurial profile or profile in sustainable development should choose the activities that are required there.

Requirement 4

The BTC-2050 courses and DRT-1907 must first be successful. The ASR-2100 and during GUI-2100 are also available in English: ASR-2103 and GUI-2110.

Requirement 5

The student must submit to the undergraduate programs of the Directorate a document describing the specific objectives of the measure on concentration and justifying the choice of courses offered. This document must be approved by the Directorate of undergraduate programs.

The presence of the activity “XXX-COURS” means that the required course list is incomplete.

Requirement 6 To follow the budgetary accounting courses during the BTC-2050 and TDD-1907 must first be successful.

CTB-2050: Taxation 1

Description

This course aims to familiarize students with the income tax of individuals and to raise the tax consequences of various transactions and business decisions. At the end of this course, students will be able to calculate the tax liability of an individual, to understand the foundations of economic decision making to maximize the wealth tax after taking into account the ethical dimensions, recommend certain tax strategies that align with the objectives of the taxpayer to incorporate some tax concepts to the analysis of investment projects and funding, to discuss the effect of the tax rules on the choice of form and mode employee compensation, executives and shareholders leader.

DRT-1907: Business Law and Governance

Description

This course reviews key concepts and the main legal rules in the context of the business, from training until the end of business: introduction to Haitian law, company formation, financing of the company, management and staff of the company, the company and its market, the end of the business.

Requirement 7

The student must choose a concentration of specialized path in match two of the mixed path, or go to the general path.

System analysis for the financial sector

Accounting

Finance

Management of the supply chain

Human Resource Management

Risk management and insurance

Management of business technology

international management

Urban and Property Management

Management

Marketing

Operations and logistics

Financial services

Mixed paths:

Retail business

Accounting

Entrepreneurship and SME management

Finance

Human Resource Management

Risk management and insurance

Management of organizational information systems

international management

Urban and Property Management

Marketing

Operations and logistics

Tailored

General background:

The program is also offered without concentration.

Sustainability Profile (12 credits)

Sustainable development profile is the ideal course for the student who wants to deepen his knowledge in the application of the concepts of sustainable development and in understanding its challenges. It aims to promote an interdisciplinary experience in solving problems while allowing the student to develop his skills in sustainable development in their field of study. The profile consists of 12 credits, 3 credits for the DDU-1000 compulsory course Fundamentals of Sustainable Development, 3 credits for specialized courses related to the discipline of the student’s program, 6 credits which may take the form of a internship, an intervention project or one or two specialized courses selected from a predetermined list.

Profile distinction (12 credits)

The profile distinction is offered to the best students. It consists of a fixed arrangement of 12 credits (minimally 6 graduate credits) between the direction of a degree program and the direction of a master’s program. The graduate courses are contributory to both the bachelor and master. The Bachelor of Business Administration offers distinguished profile with the following programs:

Master of Business Administration – Accounting (M.B.A.)

MBA – Finance (M.B.A)

MBA – International Management (M.B.A.)

MBA – Strategic Marketing (M.B.A.)

Master of Administrative Science – Strategy and Innovation (M.B.A.)

Master of Administrative Sciences – (. MSc) Development of individuals and organizations

Master of Administrative Sciences – Management of Information Technology (MSc)

Master of Administrative Sciences – (. MSc) Marketing Executive

The student is encouraged to contact the program director to determine the conditions of admission to this profile.

Entrepreneurial profile

The entrepreneurial profile intends to promote the emergence and development of competences to take initiatives to implement projects and manage. This profile includes a minimum of 12 credits, divided between two or three courses of three credits each and an individual or group project of 6 credits. The student is encouraged to contact the program director to know the tags of this profile, which are of three types: eligibility criteria, admission requirements and conditions for further training in the profile.

International profile

This program offers, as part of this profile, a number of places for students wishing to pursue one or two terms of study at a university located outside of the country. The student is encouraged to contact the program director to determine the conditions for admission to study abroad.

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