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www.businessandit.uoit.ca | 2011–2012
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WELCOME FROM THE DEAN
Welcome to the Faculty of Business and Information Technology (FBIT) at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) where we offer stimulating, innovative, market-driven programs that will prepare you for an exciting and successful career in a broad range of fields in business, information technology or both. Our Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) program is designed to enhance your understanding of key business functions and systems technologies. As a student you can select a major in Accounting, E-commerce, Finance or Marketing or choose the Human Resources Management concentration. If you are interested in accounting, we offer courses that will enable you to meet the chartered accountant (CA), certified management accountant (CMA) or certified general accountant (CGA) designations. Within our Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours) program, you can choose Game Development and Entrepreneurship or Networking and Information Technology (IT) Security specializations as a foundation for your future career. As a designated Cisco Networking Academy, UOIT is proud to offer you the opportunity to develop the skills you need to complete your Cisco certification. Following successful completion of all third-year requirements, you may be able to participate in a contracted learning partnership with leading businesses through our internship program. This program is designed to provide you with the opportunity to apply your skills to the challenges of business life and gain valuable practical experience while also helping you develop networking and lifelong career success. We also offer Canada’s first-of-its-kind Master of IT Security degree program and in September 2009, UOIT also launched a Master of Business Administration degree program. If you have not already done so, please take time to browse our website, www.businessandit.uoit.ca. If you have any questions about our faculty or our programs, don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you on campus. Dr. Pamela Ritchie Dean, Faculty of Business and Information Technology
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COMMON PROGRAM OF STUDY
The Commerce program at UOIT will enhance your understanding of key business functions and current systems technologies, preparing you to succeed in a specialized field such as accounting, e-commerce, finance, marketing or human resources management. During the first two years of the Bachelor of Commerce program you will begin with a common program of study and learn from simulations, teamwork and case study analysis. All of this combined will help you develop a solid understanding of all aspects of commerce, as well as giving you the flexibility to explore your interests in a specific area. At the end of your second year, you will select one of the following majors: :: :: :: :: Accounting; E-commerce; Finance; or Marketing. This degree also offers a concentration in Human Resources Management. Students may also select one of the above subjects as their minor (a set of courses to establish proficiency in a discipline without having to take all of the courses that a major would require).
2011-2012 BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (HONOURS)
SEMESTER 1 Business Communications Management of the Enterprise Business Algebra Microeconomics One general elective SEMESTER 2 Critical Thinking and Ethics Business Computer Applications Financial Accounting I Macroeconomics Statistics The Accounting major meets all of the requirements of the three professional accounting designations – certified general accountants (CGA), certified management accountants (CMA) and chartered accountants (CA). The demanding courses in Accounting will ensure you have the skills and abilities necessary for success in your professional exams and careers. Graduates with a major in Accounting can expect to pursue career paths in the financial and banking sectors. Career opportunities include: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: Auditors; Bankers; Chief financial officers; Controllers; Credit analysts; Financial analysts; Internal auditors; Lenders; and Tax auditors.
SEMESTER 1 Finance I Financial Accounting II Introductory Calculus Marketing I Organizational Behaviour SEMESTER 2 Finance II Introduction to Human Resources Management Managerial Accounting Marketing II Introduction to Operations Management
YEAR 3 AND 4 COURSES
Advanced Auditing Advanced Financial Accounting Advanced Managerial Accounting Advanced Taxation Auditing Information Systems Auditing Standards and Applications Intermediate Financial I and II Introduction to Taxation Financial Statement Analysis General electives
"The common core of the first two years of the program helped me a lot in choosing what to major in. The professors have been great and the teaching assistants have been extremely helpful in my studies. When I graduate from the Commerce program, I will certainly have the skills needed to excel in the business world, but more importantly, the personal qualities to ease the transition from school to work." – Garret McCabe, Bachelor of Commerce (Honours), class of 2012
Electronic commerce (e-commerce) describes the use of electronic communication networks (e.g. Internet, intranet and extranet) in conducting economic activities between business partners. As an e-commerce graduate, you will possess the skills and qualifications to enter a growing number of exciting careers in the public or private sectors. Career opportunities include: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: Analysts; Communications managers; Consultants; Content managers; Development managers; E-business directors; and Project leaders.
Finance is the most encompassing of all business sectors, focusing on and addressing the ways in which individuals, businesses and organizations raise, allocate and use monetary resources over time. At UOIT, our Finance program prepares you to be a future finance professional, enjoying a rewarding career in fields such as banking; financial services; insurance; investments; and corporate and government finance. Career opportunities include: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: Bankers; Budget directors; Chief financial officers; Financial analysts; Financial planners; Investment advisors; Loan officers; Portfolio managers; Securities traders; and Treasury managers.
YEAR 3 AND 4 COURSES
Applied Internet Multimedia Database Systems E-business Technologies E-commerce E-marketing Internet Engineering Server and Network Administration Website Design and Management Two E-commerce electives
YEAR 3 AND 4 COURSES
Advanced Corporate Finance Applications Business Forecasting Techniques Derivative Securities Equity Asset Analysis Financial Application Tools Financial Institutions Financial Statement Analysis Fixed Income Strategies International Finance Mergers and Acquisitions Personal Finance Portfolio and Investment Strategies Working Capital Management Finance Electives
After you complete your undergraduate degree, UOIT’S Master of Business Administration (MBA) can be completed in just 16 months of full-time study or may be taken on a part-time basis. Concentration options are: Finance, International Business, Marketing, or Logistics and Supply Chain Management. http://connect.uoit.ca
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT *
The Human Resources Management concentration prepares you for the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) Knowledge Exam, which allows you to complete the process of achieving the Certified Human Resources Professional designation. The curriculum is designed to teach you the skills and perspectives essential for a career in human resources management within any organization. Career opportunities include: :: :: :: :: :: Employee benefits managers; Employee relations representatives; Employment and placement managers; Human Resources specialists; and Training and development managers.
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The Marketing major develops and deepens your knowledge of consumer behaviour, marketing research and strategy formulation in a dynamic marketing environment. The curriculum is designed to teach you the skills and perspectives essential for careers in marketing, advertising, sales management, product management and marketing research. Career opportunities include: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: Advertising executives; Brand managers; Marketing managers; Marketing research analysts; Product managers; Public relations managers; Purchasing managers; Retail managers; and Sales managers.
YEAR 3 AND 4 COURSES
6 Compensation and Benefits Health and Safety Human Resources Planning Industrial and Labour Relations Recruiting and Selection Training and Development
*Not currently a major, but offered as a concentration (students graduate with a Bachelor of Commerce; no major is written on the degree).
YEAR 3 AND 4 COURSES
Advertising Management Brand Management Consumer Behaviour E-marketing International Marketing Marketing Channels Marketing Communications Marketing Research Marketing Strategy High-tech Marketing Marketing electives
"UOIT gave my career a jump-start from the moment I graduated. The modern, career-focused curriculum and opportunities to tackle real business scenarios gave me the technological advantage that employers were looking for." – Daniel Morgan, Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) class of 2007, currently employed as a program analyst, Ministry of Finance
REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL MAJORS
:: :: :: :: Information Systems; Strategic Management; Legal Environment of Business; and Capstone study project.
COMMERCE BRIDGE PROGRAM
The Commerce bridge program provides you with an opportunity to apply the diploma or degree you have previously earned toward a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) degree at UOIT. As a student enrolled in the Commerce bridge program you can complete the five prescribed bridge courses in as little as one semester of study. Upon successful completion of these courses with a minimum cumulative B average or 3.0 grade point average (GPA), you can apply directly to the third year of the UOIT Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) degree program.
CAPSTONE STUDY PROJECT
Student teams study an actual organization. Students will complete a comprehensive analysis and evaluation of an organization and develop appropriate recommendations for improved performance with the solution of a particular problem or group of problems. The Capstone study will provide students with opportunities to develop a thorough understanding of the technology, environment, markets and operations of a real organization by applying the theory and knowledge that they have learned.
BRIDGE COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS
:: :: :: :: :: For graduates of business programs: Finance I and II; Financial Accounting; Managerial Accounting; and General elective. 7
Please note: A selection of general Business offerings are added each year to allow for more variety within the area of study.
FOR GRADUATES OF NON-BUSINESS PROGRAMS:
:: :: :: :: Finance I and II; Financial Accounting; Managerial Accounting; and Statistics.
Six months after graduation, 95 per cent of the 2008 Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) class had secured a position and 75 per cent had found employment in a related field.
GAME DEVELOPMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
This program is designed to provide you with expertise in the field of game design and technology, while encompassing its core value of entrepreneurship. The curriculum will enable you to quickly advance your career by focusing on the knowledge and skills in business and management necessary to facilitate rewarding employment in existing corporations and entrepreneurial opportunities. UOIT’s Gaming Lab is equipped with state-of-the-art workstations including all required software for development of animations, models, sound production, game engines and gameplay code. Career opportunities include: :: :: :: :: Game designers; Game product managers; Project managers; and Simulation specialists (military and civil domain).
2011-2012 BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (HONOURS)
SEMESTER 1 Introduction to Computer graphics Algorithms and Data Structures Computer Animation: Algorithms and Techniques Computer Architecture Principles of Marketing SEMESTER 2 Accounting for IT Game Design and Production I Introduction to Computer Graphics Sound and Audio for Games Intermediate Computer Graphics General or Business minor elective
SEMESTER 1 Intermediate Modeling Techniques Entrepreneurial Finance Game Engine Design and Implementation Introduction to Project Management General or Business minor elective SEMESTER 2 Distributed Systems and Networking Filmmaking Game Design and Production II Animation and Production General or Business minor elective
SEMESTER 1 Creative Writing and Narrative Concepts Discrete Mathematics Graphic Design I Introduction to Programming Business of Gaming SEMESTER 2 Graphic Design II Introduction to Entrepreneurship Object Oriented Programming Linear Algebra and Physics for Games General elective
SEMESTER 1 Advanced Entrepreneurship Artificial Intelligence for Games Virtual Reality and User Interaction Capstone Study Project General or Business minor elective SEMESTER 2 Special Topics in Game Development and Entrepreneurship Demo Reel Development Multiplayer and Online Game Development Internship General or Business minor elective
“UOIT was the only university to offer a unique Game Development program, easily making it my first choice during the application process. Thanks to the efforts of our professors, we are able to visit big name development studios and have industry leaders come in for guest lectures.” – Ryan Wang, third-year Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours) in Game Development and Entrepreneurship student
NETWORKING AND IT SECURITY
Computer networking has become an integral part of today’s business environment. The specialization in Networking and IT Security offers comprehensive knowledge and skills in planning, designing, installing, operating, managing and securing information technology infrastructure. The core curriculum includes mandatory courses in business and management in addition to technical courses, providing students with the necessary business background and technological skills to make significant contributions in today’s workplace. The coursework will prepare you to manage the continuing changes and challenges of the IT profession and for two levels of the Cisco certification program, namely, Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA®) and Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP). Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE®) is offered as a technical elective. As a student in the Network and IT Security program, you may also take certain business courses to obtain a minor in E-commerce or Marketing. Career opportunities include: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: Database security managers; Information security officers; IT security trainers; Network administrators; Network infrastructure designers; Network security specialist; Technology project managers; and Web application managers.
YEAR 2 SEMESTER 1
Advanced Networking I Algorithms and Data Structures Computer Architecture Principles of Marketing Introduction to Project Management
Advanced Networking II E-business Technologies Introduction to Computer Security Operating Systems General or Business minor elective
YEAR 3 SEMESTER 1
Advanced Networking III Operating System Management Signals and Random Processes Web Programming General or Business minor elective 9
Basics of Digital Transmission Cryptography, Malware and Network Security Database Systems Operating System Security General or Business minor elective
SEMESTER 1 Discrete Mathematics Information Technology Introduction to Networking I Introduction to Programming Technical Communications
YEAR 4 SEMESTER 1
Enterprise Network Management IT Security Policies and Procedures Law and Ethics of IT Capstone Study Project General or Business minor or Technical elective
Introduction to Entrepreneurship Introduction to Networking II Introductory Calculus Object-Orientated Programming General elective
IT Forensics Web Service and E-business Security Internship General or Business minor or Technical elective
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2011-2012 BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (HONOURS)
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY BRIDGE PROGRAM
If you have completed a two- or three-year Computer Systems Technology diploma program or related programs at an Ontario community college you will be considered for admission to UOIT’s Information Technology Bridge program and may be eligible to receive up to 45 transfer credits. Information Technology Bridge requirements: Computer Architecture; Discrete Mathematics; Introductory Calculus; Introduction to Entrepreneurship; and One general or technical elective.
GAME DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIZATION
If you have completed a two- or three-year diploma in Game Development diploma program or related programs at an Ontario community college you will be considered for admission to UOIT’s Information Technology Bridge program with specialization in Game Development and may be eligible to receive up to 45 transfer credits. Specialization requirements: :: :: :: :: :: Computer Architecture; Discrete Mathematics; Introduction to Entrepreneurship; Introductory Calculus; and Object Oriented Programming.
To proceed to the third year of the Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours) program, you must achieve an overall B average or 3.0 GPA in the prescribed five courses of the Bridge program.
Internship opportunities are available to you after completing all courses in your program up to and including third year. Obtaining internship placements is competitive and you must have a minimum B+ average or cumulative 3.3 GPA to be eligible. Internship placements equate to 560 hours of progressive experience on a full- or part-time basis. Successful work placement completion and final report submission result in both a grade and three credits toward your program’s degree requirements. This program offers you the opportunity to engage in a contracted learning partnership with businesses in Durham Region and around the globe. You are given the opportunity to apply classroom concepts to the challenges of organizational life and gain valuable, relevant work experience to promote networking and lifelong career success.
INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE WITH ORGANIZATIONS SUCH AS:
:: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: BDO Dunwoody; Deloitte and Touche; Canada Revenue Agency General Motors of Canada; IBM; Ubisoft; KPMG; The Ministry of Finance; Ontario Power Generation; Research in Motion; Royal Bank of Canada; Sodexho; and Vanbots Construction.
The FBIT Networking lab was built to support the Cisco Networking Academy curriculum, which uses advanced networking equipment to teach concepts ranging from fundamental networking skills up to enterprise level network engineering. Some of the devices in the lab include Cisco 2800 and 2900 ISR routers, Cisco 2500 and 2600 branch routers, Cisco Catalyst 2960 and 3560 switches with PoE, Cisco lightweight wireless access points and WLAN controllers, Cisco IP phones, ADTRAN WAN/PSTN simulators, as well as a variety of hardware and software to support the latest networking technologies.
HACKER RESEARCH LAB
12 This dedicated space is a network-equipped lab that houses devices such as servers, firewalls, and routers. Faculty members conduct a variety of IT security research projects, including network intrusion prevention, detection, and reaction, mitigation of denial-of-service (DoS) and distributed DoS attacks, interconnection protocols, security and privacy, services computing, business process integration, and electronic negotiation and agreement The lab has 24 host computers which consist of dedicated servers, workstations, laptops as well as handheld devices running under a number of platforms. Planned enhancements to the lab include the incorporation of a variety of network connectivity, such as CAT5e, wireless (802.11x) and Bluetooth.
Established in 2009, the Marketing lab enables students to not only learn the concepts of marketing during lectures but they can also apply what they have learned in using the technology available in the lab. This enhances their learning experience and equips them to integrate technology in their future marketing endeavours. Simply put, our graduates are better prepared for the job market. Students learn to observe focus groups and participate in various experiments. In addition, biometric equipment is installed for students to observe head and eye movements in specialized marketing projects including web browsing behaviour.
“Lab work in information technology is the place where you get to see the lessons come alive. It’s reassuring to be able to say in an interview that you’ve already used the equipment and simulated similar network environments. Our practical knowledge shows employers we’re ready to hit the ground running.” – Joseph Harry, Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours) in Networking and IT Security, class of 2010
As part of the Game Development and Entrepreneurship program, a lab dedicated to the study and development of games and game technology has been developed. The Gaming lab consists of 30 state-of-the art workstations, a full-body motion capture system and a laser scanner. A passive stereo virtual reality display utilizes the motion-capture system as a body tracker and gesture-based input device. This enables the exploration of new input methodologies, full-body gesture recognition and multi-player collaboration. An audiometric room coupled with audio recording equipment enables students to record sound for voice-overs and music with minimal echo or background noise.
HEALTH INFORMATICS LABORATORY
In support of the field of Information Science, students will have access to the newly established Health Informatics lab. This lab supports fundamental and applied research within the health informatics domain, with a focus on its ability to simulate current and proposed next generation functions within Intensive Care Units (ICUs) and specifically Neonatal ICUs (NICUs). No similar innovative advanced prototyping and simulation environment to support next generation health informatics solutions exists in the world. The Health Informatics lab contains three medical devices used within ICUs together with a range of small fanless PCs, laptop PCs, personal digital assistants (PDAs) and computer servers. The small fanless PCs, laptop PCs and PDAs will simulate functions relating to data collection units, NICU control stations, specialist workstations, remote access specialist workstations and/or the referral control centre. The environment will be configured to enable the simulation of a range of scenarios incorporating ICUs, remote hospitals, a referral control centre together with specialist remote access.
SUMMER STUDY ABROAD
The Faculty of Business and Information Technology, in conjunction with the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), offers students the opportunity to participate in the Summer Study Abroad Program. Participating students can enroll in a 4-week summer course offered on campus at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. In addition, students have the option of also enrolling in UOIT courses while in Hong Kong (students can take up to a maximum of 3 courses in total during this program).
ONTARIO GLOBAL EDGE PROGRAM
14 The Ontario Global Edge program gives students a first-hand opportunity to learn about entrepreneurship and the role of small and medium-sized businesses in a global economy. The Ontario Ministry of Economic Development and Trade provides grants to selected publicly-funded postsecondary institutions to deliver the program. Eligible students between the age of 19 and 29 are supported by participating institutions, allowing them to gain international experience and develop entrepreneurship skills to effectively engage in the global marketplace. UOIT is one of nine post-secondary institutions approved to deliver the Ontario Global Edge Program. Upon acceptance into the program, students will be provided with financial support for an eight-week work placement outside of Canada. The university co-ordinates all travel arrangements and accommodations for participants.
“I plan on continuing working with the sports and live entertainment industry. I’m currently employed by Global Spectrum Facility Management and work out of the General Motors Centre in Oshawa. I wish to continue developing within the industry and move to a different North American venue in a few years. – William Balfour, Commerce-Marketing, class of 2010
FBIT has seven student clubs that have been formally recognized by the dean: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: Accounting Association; Durham Region Student Entrepreneurship Association; Finance Society; Marketing Club; Human Resources Club; Game Club; and SpoofIT.
All clubs are guided by faculty members within the respective area. All clubs utilize institutional web space and adhere to all governing institutional policies around that technology.
FBIT encourages students to get involved in academic life. Participation in academic competitions is an enriching opportunity that enables students to develop an active social life, gain credible experience, widen their network of personal and professional contacts and put into practice the theories learned in class. FBIT is very proud of its students who have recently competed in various inter-university competitions: A team of FBIT students won high praise following an impressive result at the 2010 Schulich School of Business accounting competition in Toronto. Our students took second-place honours in the competition. Among the organizations attending this competition were: Ernst & Young, KPMG, Deloitte, Pricewaterhouse Coopers and the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario. In addition, FBIT Finance students participated in the Rotman International Trading Competition (RITC) – an annual event held in the heart of Canada's financial district, in downtown Toronto. The event brings teams of students and faculty from universities worldwide to participate in a unique three-day conference. 15
UOIT expects students applying for admission to undergraduate Faculty of Business and Information Technology programs to present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) (or equivalent) with a minimum of six 4U or 4M credits, including:
PROGRAM OUAC CODE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS COMMERCE DBC Six 4U or 4M credits, including ENG4U (minimum English grade of 60 per cent) and one of MHF4U, MCV4U or MDM4U (minimum math grade of 60 per cent). COMMERCE BRIDGE DBB A minimum of any two-year college diploma with a minimum 75 per cent average (or corresponding letter grade) or a three-year university degree with a minimum 70 per cent average (or corresponding letter grade). GAME DEVELOPMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP Six 4U or 4M credits, including ENG4U (minimum English grade of 60 per cent) and one of MHF4U, MCV4U or MDM4U (minimum math grade of 60 per cent).
2011-2012 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – NETWORKING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SECURITY SPECIALIZATION
Six 4U or 4M credits, including ENG4U (minimum English grade of 60 per cent) and one of MHF4U, MCV4U or MDM4U (minimum math grade of 60 per cent).
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY BRIDGE
A two- or three-year diploma in Computer System Technology or related program with a minimum average of 75 per cent (or corresponding letter grade). Graduates of diploma programs in other disciplines should contact UOIT to determine admissions eligibility.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY BRIDGE – GAME DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIZATION
A two- or three-year diploma in Game Development or related program with a minimum average of 80 per cent (or corresponding letter grade). Graduates of diploma programs in other disciplines should contact UOIT to determine admissions eligibility.
The specific average or standing required for admission varies from year-to-year. Student selection is determined through consideration of a wide range of criteria including school marks, distribution of subjects taken and performance in subjects relevant to the academic program. Possession of minimum requirements does not guarantee acceptance. Preference will be given to applicants with the best qualifications. For complete information on the current admission requirements to UOIT undergraduate programs, please visit www.uoit.ca/programs.
LEGEND ENG4U - Compulsory 4U English MHF4U - 4U Advanced Functions MCV4U - 4U Calculus and Vectors MDM4U – 4U Mathematics of Data Management
"UOIT is committed to not only bringing in professors with extensive academic experience, but also those who possess valuable, real-world knowledge. The innovative Hacker Lab, Networking Lab and Gaming Lab directly benefit IT students. All of these things contribute to a great hands-on learning environment." – Andrew Thompson, Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours) in Networking and IT Security, class of 2012
HOW TO APPLY
Apply for all UOIT programs through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) at www.ouac.on.ca. You can apply up to a maximum of three programs at UOIT for a base application fee of $115 for Ontario high school students. The application deadline is Wednesday, January 12, 2011 for Ontario secondary students, while the deadline for non-Ontario secondary students and all required admissions documentation is Friday, April 29, 2011.
For questions about the application process, contact OUAC at www.ouac.on.ca. T: 519.823.1940 F: 519.823.5232
Bachelor of Information Technology gradates Ryan Hill and Mina Tawadrous (Game Development and Entrepreneurship program, class of 2010) turned their internship into an opportunity to work on a game spawned by one of the most commercially successful movies of all time, Avatar. Hill and Tawadrous are listed in the credits of James Cameron's Avatar: The Game, developed by Ubisoft. Both worked at Ubisoft Montreal on the game which was released in December 2009.
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