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  • ALGONQUIN COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY 2010-2011 Calendar HOW TO USE THIS CALENDARAll programs described in this Calendar with the exception of the Apprenticeship Programs, beginning on page 259,are offered on a full-time basis at the College.The Calendar is divided into the following major sections: • An alphabetical chart of PROGRAMS OFFERED with corresponding page reference; • OVERVIEW of the College; • Detailed PROGRAM INFORMATION on all full-time programs; • APPRENTICESHIP program list and information; • Important information on ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES; • Information on SERVICES TO STUDENTS including financial assistance; • A chart of DEGREE OPPORTUNITIES AND UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS.
  • ALGONQUIN COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGYAlgonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology was established and is funded by the Key Performance Indicators (KPI)Province of Ontario through the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. Programofferings, curriculum content, campus locations of programs, admission requirements Key Performance Indicators are accountability measures administered by all communityand fees policies are current at the time of publication. Every effort is made to ensure colleges in Ontario. Since the Fall of 1998, five measures have been implemented. Theyaccuracy in the compilation of this information; however, it is strongly suggested that are Student Satisfaction with Program, Graduate Satisfaction with Program, Graduatestudents verify details at the time of application/registration, or check our website at Employment, Employer Satisfaction and Graduation Rate (student retention untilalgonquincollege.com graduation). The continued high level of satisfaction and achievement confirmed by our students, graduates and their employers demonstrates Algonquin’s commitment to theWhile Algonquin College will make every reasonable effort to provide the programs, achievement of the College’s vision, which is:courses and services as described in this Calendar, it reserves the right to cancelwithout prior notice, a program, a program option or a course. Algonquin also reserves “Algonquin College will be a leading Canadian college recognized for itsthe right to change without prior notice, the location and term in which programs and unique programs, services and support systems which lead to studentcourses are offered due to insufficient registrations or other budgetary reasons. success.”In the case of a program being suspended or cancelled, students enrolled in thatprogram will be so advised and provided with information regarding the length of timepermitted them to complete the program. When the College suspends or cancels aprogram, the obligation of the College to its students currently in such a program shallextend only to the regularly scheduled completion dates for such students in theprogram. Where students in a cancelled or suspended program have taken a reducedload or failed certain courses, the College will make every effort to find suitableequivalent courses, or to offer individual make-up courses, when it is economicallyviable to do so. Algonquin accepts no responsibility in the event any class or course ofinstruction is either cancelled or not completed as a result of strikes, lockouts, fire,tempest or acts of God, or any other cause beyond the control of the College.Publication date: July 2010ISBN 978-1-55323-537-8This Calendar is available in community college and university resource centres,secondary school guidance centres, public libraries and Canada Employment Centres.Other Algonquin publications include Algonquin College’s Viewbook and individualbrochures on the programs offered by the College. These may be ordered, free ofcharge, from:Distribution CentreAlgonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology1385 Woodroffe AvenueOttawa, ONCanada K2G 1V8 613-727-4723 ext. 5360 distributioncentre@algonquincollege.comInformation regarding admission, registration and tuition fees can be found on theRegistrar’s Office website at: algonquincollege.com/registrar
  • ALGONQUIN COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY Table of Contents President’s Welcome 5 Board of Governors’ Message 5 Chart of Programs and Page Index 7 Overview of the College • Organizational Structure 16 • Recruitment Office 18 • Academic Calendar 2009-2010 19 Program Information by School • School of Advanced Technology 21 • School of Business 61 • School of Health and Community Studies 83 • School of Hospitality and Tourism 129 • School of Media and Design 143 • School of Transportation and Building Trades 173 • Police and Public Safety Institute 179 • Career and Academic Access Centre 197 • General Arts and Science 199 • Algonquin College Heritage Institute 219 • Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley 227 • Part-time Studies 253 • Algonquin College Language Institute 255 Apprenticeship Programs 259 Administrative Policies • Policies Related to Admission 280 • International Student Information 283 • Fees 285 • Policies Related to Registration 290 Services to Students • Student Support Services 296 • Financial Assistance for Students 299 • Students’ Association 301 • Other Services 301 Glossary of Terms 305 Degrees of Opportunity • Bachelor Degrees in Applied Studies 310 • Collaborative Degrees 310 • Articulation Agreements 310 • Course Descriptions See enclosed CD
  • ALGONQUIN COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY Words of WelcomePRESIDENT’S WELCOME BOARD OF GOVERNORS’ MESSAGEIn 2010-11, Algonquin College is forging ahead with its mission, which A college is defined by its programs and faculty and, perhaps mostfocuses on Student Success. Algonquin College has established itself as importantly, by its students. Our 40 years of success is measured both bya leader in the college community, delivering technology-enhanced the richness of education our College offers and by the achievements ofeducation and training of the highest calibre, all with the goals of our graduates as they embark upon their careers.preparing our students for the future. Algonquin is one of the largest community colleges in Ontario, withOur calendar of programs is constantly under refinement to ensure it campuses in Ottawa, Perth and Pembroke. Through innovative coursesreflects the skill requirements of a dynamic workforce and an evolving and state-of-the-art facilities – some of which are among the leadingeconomy. The continual success of our graduates in securing work in their examples of their kind in Canada – Algonquin creates uniquefield of study following graduation is our best indication that we are on opportunities for students to gain knowledge, skills, and acquire real-the right track. world experience in their chosen careers.Partnership is a fundamental element of our strategy. Algonquin strives, The Board of Governors continues to recognize the importance ofthrough a myriad of initiatives, to stay connected with the employer information technology in today’s increasingly competitive globalcommunity and to build strong relationships for the benefit of our students marketplace. Originally a key discipline for concentrated programs andand graduates. courses, information technology today allows this College to deliver programs and services online and to use advanced technologies to meetCaring is another fundamental element. Our faculty and staff are the needs of a new generation of students.dedicated to supporting students along their post-secondary educationjourney – helping them to fulfill program requirements, overcome We celebrate the past – our community-oriented history – and lookchallenges, achieve their goals and celebrate their success. forward to the future, with all of the opportunities and discoveries that lie ahead. Explore your future possibilities at Algonquin College and how youI invite you to consider what Algonquin College has to offer and can grow your skills and knowledge in this dynamic environment.encourage you to make us a part of your plan for career success andexperience the Algonquin difference.Robert C. GillettPresident 5
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  • ALGONQUIN COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY Chart of Programs Certification HOW TO USE THE CHART OF PROGRAMS Certification is primarily determined by the complexity of knowledge andAn overview of the programs included in this Calendar is provided in chart vocational outcomes of the program as well as by the number of yearsform. Programs are listed alphabetically. Simply glance down the left- required to complete the program.hand side of the page to find a program of interest. The chart provides asummary of pertinent information on each program. Page references are Length of Program Certification Symbolgiven to direct readers to the detailed description of each program One year or less C College-Approved Certificate OCC Ontario College Certificateoffered. The abbreviations used in the chart are described below. OCGC Ontario College Graduate CertificateProgram Number Two years OCD Ontario College DiplomaThe program number(s) for the applicant’s program(s) of choice should be Three years OCAD Ontario College Advancedentered on the application form. Each program number has nine digits: the Diplomalast two digits indicate the campus location Four years BAA Bachelor of Applied Arts BAB Bachelor of Applied Businessof the program. BAT Bachelor of Applied Technology BIT Bachelor of InformationCampus Technology DE DegreeCampus abbreviations are summarized below.Campus Last Two Digits of Delivery (Del.) Delivery Symbol Program Number Full-time FTWoodroffe WO Part-time PTPembroke PMPerth PT Type Type Symbol Apprenticeship APPDuration of Programs Adult Training Program ATPDuration Duration Symbol Cooperative Education option CO-OPYears yrs Intensive INT(Usually two 15-week terms) 45-60 weeks continuous study NSDPWeeks wks (Non-semestered diploma programs)(The length of Apprenticeship programs is not listed, as the College does Online ONLnot determine this factor.) Page Calendar page for detailed program information. 7
  • CHART OF PROGRAMS OFFERED 2010 – 2011PROGRAM Program No. Campus Duration Certification Del. Type PageAdvanced Care Paramedic 3005X01F WO 1yr OCGC FT 180Advertising 1456X01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT 144Animation 1288X01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT 146Applied Museum Studies 0446C01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT 84Architectural Technician 0188X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 22Architectural Technician 0188W01F WO OCD FT 23(Weekend Offering)Architectural Technology 0018X01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT 24Auto Body Repairer 0502X01F WO OCC FT APP 260Automotive Painter 0549X01F WO OCC FT APP 261Automotive Service Technician 0529S01F WO OCC FT APP 262Automotive Service Technician 0568S01F WO OCC FT APP 263(ASEP-GM)Aviation Management – General 0438K01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 25Arts and ScienceAviation Techniques – Aircraft 1503X01F WO 1yr OCC FT 26MaintenanceBachelor of Applied Arts 6148X03F WO 4yrs BAA FT CO-OP 148(Interior Design)Bachelor of Applied Business 6066X03F WO 4yrs BAB FT CO-OP 62(e-Business Supply Chain Management)Bachelor of Hospitality and 6255X03F WO 4yrs DE FT 130Tourism ManagementBachelor of Information Technology 6140X01F WO 4yrs BIT/OCAD FT 150(Interactive Multimedia and Design)Bachelor of Information Technology 6178X01F WO 4yrs BIT/OCAD FT 27(Network Technology)Bachelor of Science in Nursing 0616X01F PM 4yrs DE FT 228 0616X01F WO 4yrs DE FT 85Baking and Pastry Arts 1201X01F WO 1yr OCC FT 132Bartending 0298X01F WO 15wks OCC FT ATP 133Biotechnology Technologist 1020X01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT 29Broadcasting – Radio 0380X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 151Broadcasting – Television 0381X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 152Building Construction Technician 6442X04F WO 45wks OCD FT NSDP 174Business 0306X04F PM 45wks OCD FT NSDP/ 230 CO-OP LEGEND FOR CHART OF PROGRAMS Campus Certification Certification Del. – Delivery Co-op – Co-operative PM – Pembroke BAA – Bachelor of Applied Arts C – College-Approved FT – Full-time Education PT – Perth BAB – Bachelor of Applied Certificate PT – Part-time NSDP – Non-semestered WO – Woodroffe Business OCD – Ontario College diploma program BAT – Bachelor of Applied Diploma Type (Program type) (3 terms of continuous Technology OCGC – Ontario College APP – Apprenticeship study) BIT – Bachelor of Information Graduate Certificate ATP – Adult Training ONL – Online Technology OCAD – Ontario College (or Tuition Short) INT – Intensive OCC – Ontario College Advanced Diploma Certificate 8
  • CHART OF PROGRAMS OFFERED 2010 – 2011PROGRAM Program No. Campus Duration Certification Del. Type PageBusiness – Accounting 0214C01F WO 2yrs OCD FT/PT/DE 64Business – Marketing 0214E01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 65Business Administration (Core) 0216X01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT/PT CO-OP 66Cabinetmaker 0510X01F WO OCC FT APP 264Cabinetmaking and Furniture Technician 0575X04F WO 45wks OCD FT NSDP 175Carpenter 0504X01F WO OCC FT APP 265Carpentry and Joinery – Heritage 0530X01F PT 2yrs OCD FT 220Child and Youth Worker 0476X01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT 87Civil Engineering Technology 0192X01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT 30Clinically Intensive Orientation to 1605X01F WO 1yr OCGC FT 89Nursing in OntarioAcademic Upgrading – 0850A01F WO 35wks OCC FT/PT ATPCollege Preparation/Academic and 0850B01F WO 28wks OCC FT/PT ATPCareer Entrance 0850C01F WO 28wks OCC FT/PT ATP 0850D01F WO 24wks OCC FT/PT ATP 198Commercial Vehicle and Equipment 0529C01F WO FT APP 266Community and Justice Services 0466X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 181Computer Engineering Technology – 0006X01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT CO-OP 31Computing ScienceComputer Programmer 0336X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT CO-OP 33Computer Systems Technician 0150X04F PM 45wks OCD FT NSDP/CO-OP 231 0150X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT CO-OP 34Computer Systems Technology – 0155X01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT CO-OP 36NetworkingComputer Systems Technology – 0156X01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT 38SecurityConstruction Carpentry – 6785X01F PT 2yrs OCD FT 221Advanced HousingConstruction Engineering Technician 0190X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 40Construction Engineering Technician 0190W01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 41(Weekend Offering)Construction Project Management 1505X01F WO 1yr OCGC FT ONL 42Cook 0346X06F PM OCC FT APP 268 0346X01F WO OCC FT APP 267Corporate Security and Risk 0421X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 183ManagementCulinary Management 0354X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 134Culinary Skills – Chef Training 0206X01F WO 1yr OCC FT 135 LEGEND FOR CHART OF PROGRAMS Campus Certification Certification Del. – Delivery Co-op – Co-operative PM – Pembroke BAA – Bachelor of Applied Arts C – College-Approved FT – Full-time Education PT – Perth BAB – Bachelor of Applied Certificate PT – Part-time NSDP – Non-semestered WO – Woodroffe Business OCD – Ontario College diploma program BAT – Bachelor of Applied Diploma Type (Program type) (3 terms of continuous Technology OCGC – Ontario College APP – Apprenticeship study) BIT – Bachelor of Information Graduate Certificate ATP – Adult Training ONL – Online Technology OCAD – Ontario College (or Tuition Short) INT – Intensive OCC – Ontario College Advanced Diploma Certificate 9
  • CHART OF PROGRAMS OFFERED 2010 – 2011PROGRAM Program No. Campus Duration Certification Del. Type PageDental Assisting – Levels I and II 0608X01F WO 1yr OCC FT 91Dental Hygiene 0927X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 93Developmental Services Worker 0436A01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 95 0436Z05F WO 45wks OCD FT INT 97Documentary Production 1402X01F WO 1yr OCGC FT 152ePublishing 1401X01F WO 1yr OCGC FT 154Early Childhood Education 0430X01F PM 2yrs OCD FT 232 0430X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT/PT 99 0398X05F WO 35wks OCD FT INT 101Electrical Engineering Technician 0317X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 43Electrical Engineering Technology 0318X01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT 44Electrician (Construction 0506X01F WO OCC FT APP 269and Maintenance)Electro-Mechanical Engineering 0550X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 45Technician – RoboticsEnglish as a Basic 0800X01F WO 12wks OCC FT/PT ATPSecond Language Intermediate 0811X01F WO 12wks OCC FT/PT ATPfor Canadian Students Advanced 0812X01F WO 12wks OCC FT/PT ATP 256Esthetician 1103X04F WO 45wks OCD FT NSDP 136Event Management 0390X01F WO 1yr OCGC FT 137Fitness and Health Promotion 3010X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 102Florist 0956X01F WO 1yr OCC FT 155Food and Nutrition Management 1204X01F WO 1yr OCGC FT 138Forestry Technician 0108X04F PM 47wks OCD FT NSDP 234Global Studies 1613X01F WO 26wks OCC FT 104Game Development 3013X01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT 156General Arts and Science 0438W01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 200General Arts and Science – 1438M01F PM 1yr OCC FT 235One Year 1438 WO 1yr OCC FT 177General Arts and Science – 1438A01F WO 1 or 2yrs OCC/OCD FT 201Aboriginal StudiesGeneral Arts and Science – Year II 0438S01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 217General Machinist 0514X06F WO OCC FT APP 270Geographic Information Systems 1588X01F WO 1yr OCGC FT 46Golf and Ski Operations Management 1210X10F PM 36wks OCD FT NSDP/CO-OP 236Graphic Design 1400X01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT 157Green Architecture 1501X01F WO 1yr OCGC FT 47 LEGEND FOR CHART OF PROGRAMS Campus Certification Certification Del. – Delivery Co-op – Co-operative PM – Pembroke BAA – Bachelor of Applied Arts C – College-Approved FT – Full-time Education PT – Perth BAB – Bachelor of Applied Certificate PT – Part-time NSDP – Non-semestered WO – Woodroffe Business OCD – Ontario College diploma program BAT – Bachelor of Applied Diploma Type (Program type) (3 terms of continuous Technology OCGC – Ontario College APP – Apprenticeship study) BIT – Bachelor of Information Graduate Certificate ATP – Adult Training ONL – Online Technology OCAD – Ontario College (or Tuition Short) INT – Intensive OCC – Ontario College Advanced Diploma Certificate 10
  • CHART OF PROGRAMS OFFERED 2010 – 2011PROGRAM Program No. Campus Duration Certification Del. Type PageGreen Business Management 1304X01F WO 1yr OCGC FT 71Hairstylist 0348X01F WO OCC FT APP 271Hair Stylist 1104X04F WO 45wks OCD FT NDSP 139Heating, Refrigeration 0590X04F WO 45wks OCD FT NSDP 176and Air Conditioning TechnicianHorticulture Technician 0428X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 159Hospitality Management – Hotel 0208X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 140and RestaurantHospitality Services 1205X01F PM 1yr OCC FT 237Interactive Multimedia 0300X01F WO 1yr OCGC FT 160Interactive Multimedia Developer 6149X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 161Interior Decorating 6142X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 162Internet Applications and Web 3002X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT CO-OP 48DevelopmentJournalism 0402X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 163Kitchen and Bath Design 1404X01F WO 1yr OCGC FT 164Law Clerk 0220X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT/PT 72 0220Z05F WO 45wks OCD FT INT 73Library and Information Technician 0440X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT/PT 105Marketing and Business Intelligence 1303X01F WO 42wks OCGC FT 74ResearchMasonry – Heritage and Traditional 0746X04F PT 45wks OCD FT NSDP 222Massage Therapy 0915X01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT 107 0195205F WO 2yrs OCAD FT INT 109Mechanical Engineering Technology 0010X01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT 49Mechanical Technician – Toolmaking 0054X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 51 0054C08F WO 2yrs OCD FT CO-OP/APP/DIP 52Mechanical Techniques – 0688X01F WO 1yr OCC FT 53Precision MachiningMedical Radiation Technology 1615X01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT 110Microelectronics Manufacturer 0847X06F WO OCC FT APP 272Motive Power Technician 0557A04F WO 45wks OCD FT NSDP 177 0557C08F PM 45wks OCD FT CO-OP/APP/ 238 DIPMusic Industry Arts 1405X04F WO 45wks OCD FT NSDP 165 LEGEND FOR CHART OF PROGRAMS Campus Certification Certification Del. – Delivery Co-op – Co-operative PM – Pembroke BAA – Bachelor of Applied Arts C – College-Approved FT – Full-time Education PT – Perth BAB – Bachelor of Applied Certificate PT – Part-time NSDP – Non-semestered WO – Woodroffe Business OCD – Ontario College diploma program BAT – Bachelor of Applied Diploma Type (Program type) (3 terms of continuous Technology OCGC – Ontario College APP – Apprenticeship study) BIT – Bachelor of Information Graduate Certificate ATP – Adult Training ONL – Online Technology OCAD – Ontario College (or Tuition Short) INT – Intensive OCC – Ontario College Advanced Diploma Certificate 11
  • CHART OF PROGRAMS OFFERED 2010 – 2011PROGRAM Program No. Campus Duration Certification Del. Type PageOffice Administration – Executive 0210A04F PM 45wks OCD FT NSDP 239 0210A04F PT 45wks OCD FT NSDP 223 0210A01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 75Office Administration – General 0210X01F WO 1yr OCC FT/PT 76Office Administration – Legal 0210B01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 77Organizational Quality Management 1305X01F WO 42wks OCGC FT 78Orientation to Nursing in Ontario 1604X01F WO 30wks OCGC FT 112for NursesOrientation to Nursing in Ontario 1603X01F WO 15wks OCC FT 113for Practical NursesOutdoor Adventure 6780X01F PM 2yrs OCD FT 240Outdoor Adventure Naturalist 6783X04F PM 47wks OCD FT NSDP/CO-OP 242Paralegal 1302X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 79Paramedic 0620X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 185Peformance Coaching 1614X01F WO 45wks OCGC FT ONL 114Personal Support Worker 6307X01F PM 1yr OCC FT 244 6307X01F PT 1yr OCC FT 224 6307X01F WO 1yr OCC FT 115Photography 0030X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 166Photonics Engineering Technology 6422X01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT 54Plumber 0522X01F WO OCC FT APP 273Police Foundations 0444X01F PM 2yrs OCD FT 245 0444X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 187 0444Z05F WO 44wks OCD FT INT 189Practical Nursing 1704X01F PM 2yrs OCD FT 247 1704X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 116Pre-Service Firefighter Education 6236X01F WO 38wks OCC FT 191and TrainingPrint Media 0052X04F WO 45wks OCD FT NSDP 167Professional Accounting 1340X04F WO 45wks OCD FT/PT NSDP 80Professional Illustration 1403X01F WO 1yr OCGC FT 168Professional Writing 3001X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 169Public Relations 0468X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 170Radiation Safety 1211X01F PM 1yr OCC FT 249Recreation and Leisure Services 0422X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 118Recreation Facility Management 0424X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 120 LEGEND FOR CHART OF PROGRAMS Campus Certification Certification Del. – Delivery Co-op – Co-operative PM – Pembroke BAA – Bachelor of Applied Arts C – College-Approved FT – Full-time Education PT – Perth BAB – Bachelor of Applied Certificate PT – Part-time NSDP – Non-semestered WO – Woodroffe Business OCD – Ontario College diploma program BAT – Bachelor of Applied Diploma Type (Program type) (3 terms of continuous Technology OCGC – Ontario College APP – Apprenticeship study) BIT – Bachelor of Information Graduate Certificate ATP – Adult Training ONL – Online Technology OCAD – Ontario College (or Tuition Short) INT – Intensive OCC – Ontario College Advanced Diploma Certificate 12
  • CHART OF PROGRAMS OFFERED 2010 – 2011PROGRAM Program No. Campus Duration Certification Del. Type PageRefrigeration and Air Conditioning 0500X01F WO OCC FT APP 274Systems MechanicResidential A/C Systems Mechanic 0500R01F WO OCC FT APP 275Residential and ICI Air Conditioning 0500C01F WO FT APP 276Systems Mechanic Common CoreRespiratory Therapy 0606X01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT 122Scriptwriting 0382X01F WO 1yr OCGC FT 171Sheet Metal Worker 0526X01F WO OCC FT APP 277Small and Medium Enterprise 0242X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 81ManagementSocial Service Worker 0432X01F PT 2yrs OCD FT 225 0432X01F PM 2yrs OCD FT 250 0432X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT/PT 124 0432Z05F WO 45wks OCD FT INT 126Spa Management 1102X01F WO 1yr OCGC FT 141Sport Business Management 6073X01F WO 1yr OCGC FT 82Teachers of English as a 0925X01F WO 30wks OCGC FT/PT 257Second/Foreign LanguageTechnical Writer 1182X01F WO 1yr OCGC FT 55Theatre Arts 0307X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 172Tourism and Travel 0224X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 142Truck and Coach Technician 0529M01F WO OCC FT APP 278Veterinary Assistant 1612X01F WO 1yr OCC FT 193Veterinary Technician 6320X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT 194Victimology 1611X01F WO 1yr OCGC FT 195Water and Waste Water 3014X04F WO 45wks OCD FT NSDP 56TechnicianWireless/Mobility 1190X01F WO 2yrs OCD FT CO-OP 57Telecommunications EngineeringTechnicianWireless/Mobility 1191X01F WO 3yrs OCAD FT CO-OP 59Telecommunications EngineeringTechnology LEGEND FOR CHART OF PROGRAMS Campus Certification Certification Del. – Delivery Co-op – Co-operative PM – Pembroke BAA – Bachelor of Applied Arts C – College-Approved FT – Full-time Education PT – Perth BAB – Bachelor of Applied Certificate PT – Part-time NSDP – Non-semestered WO – Woodroffe Business OCD – Ontario College diploma program BAT – Bachelor of Applied Diploma Type (Program type) (3 terms of continuous Technology OCGC – Ontario College APP – Apprenticeship study) BIT – Bachelor of Information Graduate Certificate ATP – Adult Training ONL – Online Technology OCAD – Ontario College (or Tuition Short) INT – Intensive OCC – Ontario College Advanced Diploma Certificate 13
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  • ALGONQUIN COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY Overview of the College 15
  • OVERVIEW OF THE COLLEGE 2010– 2011 ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE Duration Credential One year or less Ontario College CertificateThe College is organized in such a way as to best serve the needs of the One Year Ontario College Graduate Certificatecommunity and to promote partnerships between the College and Two years Ontario College Diplomapotential employers. The College is divided into academic Schools, aslisted below: Three years Ontario College Advanced Diploma Four years Bachelor Degree in Applied Studies • School of Advanced Technology Degree • School of Business • School of Health and Community Studies DEPARTMENTS • School of Hospitality and Tourism In several Schools, departments have been established to coordinate and • School of Media and Design administer programs in a similar area of academic discipline. • School of Transportation and Building Trades CAMPUSES AND LOCATIONS • Police and Public Safety Institute In the Ottawa area, the majority of programs and courses are offered at • Career and Academic Access Centre the Woodroffe Campus, located in the west end of the city. Other • Algonquin College Heritage Institute programs are available on regional campuses in Perth and Pembroke or at • Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley locations in Smiths Falls. • Algonquin College Language Institute • Part-time Studies Cooperative Education Students who wish to improve their practical skills and increase theirCERTIFICATION employability may do so by registering in one of Algonquin’s cooperativeIn keeping with the charter for Ontario colleges, Algonquin has adopted education programs. In addition to completing the required academicterminology for its various credentials as follows: terms, students accepted into co-op programs are assisted in finding paid work placements relevant to their program of study.METHODS OF STUDY Listed below are Algonquin’s Cooperative Education programs.Algonquin College offers a wide variety of programs and courses throughseveral methods of study designed to meet individual student needs. • Bachelor of Applied Arts (Interior Design) • Bachelor of Applied Business (e-Business Supply Chain Management)Courses at Algonquin College are delivered using a variety of instruction • Bacheleor of Hospitality and Tourism Managementmodes. Courses may be offered in the classroom or lab, entirely online, or • Business (Pembroke Campus)in a hybrid mode which combines classroom sessions with online learning • Business Administration – International Businessactivities. To support online learning activity and communication, students • Business Administration – Materials and Operations Managementare provided an Algonquin email account upon registration. • Business Intelligence Systems Analyst • Computer Engineering Technology – Computing ScienceFull-time • Computer ProgrammerFull-time programs vary from 8 weeks to four years in length. Full-time • Computer Systems Technicianstatus is accorded to students who are registered in full-time programs and • CComputer Systems Technology – Networkingare taking at least two-thirds of the normal course load or 70% of the • Computer Systems Technician (Pembroke Campus)normal course hours prescribed for their program level. • Golf and Ski Operations Management (Pembroke Campus)Some full-time programs are offered in an accelerated mode. Such • Internet Applications and Web Developmentprograms are called non-semestered diploma programs (NSDP) and are • Mechanical Technician – Toolmaking (Co-op/Apprentice/Diploma)scheduled for 45 to 60 continuous weeks. • Motive Power Technician (Co-op/Apprentice/Diploma) (Pembroke Campus)Although most full-time programs start in September, some begin in • Outdoor Adventure Naturalist (Pembroke Campus)January, and others in May. • Wireless/Mobility Telecommunication Engineering Technician • Wireless/Mobility Telecommunication Engineering Technology 16
  • OVERVIEW OF THE COLLEGE 2010– 2011PLEASE NOTE: Every effort is made by the Cooperative Education Office Distance Education Certificate Programsto find or develop paid work term positions for the students enrolled in Accountingco-op programs. However, there is no guarantee of placement. Job Advanced Networking Technologiesavailability is affected by the economy and the interview process is Applied Managementcompetitive. Factors such as academic performance, skills, motivation, Bookkeepingmaturity, attitude, and potential will determine whether students obtain Business Marketing Managementpositions. There is an additional fee to participate in cooperative education. Business Studies Business WritingPart-time Client RelationsStudents may register one week prior to the start of the term in full-time Commercial Estimatingprograms as part-time students, subject to departmental approval. A part- Conflict Managementtime student’s course load must be less than two-thirds of the normal Construction Managementcourse load or less than 70% of the normal course hours prescribed for Creative Writinghis/her program level. Design Development and Facilitation of Online Courses Enterprise Java DeveloperPart-time Studies Fundraising ManagementPart-time Studies offers on-campus courses evenings and weekends to Human Resources Managementgive you freedom during the day. Whether it’s to work full time, attend a Leadership in Practicefull-time program, or to upgrade your skills, you can take courses towards Management Studiesa certificate, diploma, or for personal interest. It also offers courses that Medical Transcriptiongive you credit towards professional designations to help move your Nursing Unit Clerkcareer forward. Occupational Safety and HealthOnline/Distance Learning Office Operations and Business practices OMDP – Business Management SkillsDistance Education learning allows you to study from home, work, or OMDP – Leadership Skillswherever you like. Certificate, diploma, and graduate certificate programs Professional Salesare available online or in print-based (via Canada Post) format. Online Property Management Foundationscourses begin each semester and may also start each month. Project Management Small Business AccountingFor more information on Distance Education, please visit the Part-time Teachers and Trainers of AdultsStudies Distance Education website at algonquincollege.com/distance. Writing for PublicationDistance Education Diploma Programs Associations Business – Accounting Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping (CIB) Business Administration Canadian Institute of Entrepreneurship (CIE) Business Administration – Accounting Canadian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (CIQS) Business Administration – General Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) Business Administration – Human Resources Certified General Accountants (CGA) Business Administration – Marketing Construction Sector Council (CSC) Diploma of Military Arts and Science (DMAS) Financial Services Commission of OntarioDistance Education Graduate Certificate Programs Gold Seal Accreditation Autism and Behavioural Science Human Resources Professional Association of Ontario (HRPAO) Construction Project Management Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario (ILCO) Conventions and Meetings Management Ontario Management Development Program (OMDP) Emergency Management YOW Canada Inc. (WHMIS) Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigations Victimology 17
  • OVERVIEW OF THE COLLEGE 2010– 2011 RECRUITMENT OFFICETours of the Woodroffe Campus are available every Monday at 10 a.m.and 2 p.m. Please register at algonquincollege.com/Tours or callLouise Mitchell at 613-727-4723 ext. 5482. Recruitment staff is availableduring regular business hours to answer inquiries, book tours atconvenient times, and to provide any additional information required. TheRecruitment staff is also available to do presentations about Collegeservices and programs and welcomes the opportunity to speak to schooland adult groups.Please call or email the Recruitment Offices to make arrangements.Woodroffe Campus – Ottawa Louise Mitchell, 613-727-4723 ext. 5482 Louise.Mitchell@algonquincollege.comPembroke Campus Jodi Bucholtz, 613-735-4700 bucholj@algonquincollege.com Claudee Galipeau, 613-735-4700 galipec@algonquincollege.comPerth Campus Andrew Edmondson, 613-267-2859 ext. 5601 edmonda@algonquincollege.comTours can be arranged at the Perth campus either by phone or by emailingperth@algonquincollege.com. Tour times are from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and can bebooked throughout the week. TOLL FREE 1-800-565-4723 algonquincollege.comINFORMATION REQUESTSThis Calendar, as well as the Viewbook and individual brochures onCollege programs are available, free of charge, from: Distribution Centre Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology 1385 Woodroffe Avenue Ottawa, ON Canada K2G 1V8 613-727-4723 ext. 5360 distribution@algonquincollege.com 18
  • OVERVIEW OF THE COLLEGE 2010 – 2011 2010-2011 ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2010-2011 ACADEMIC CALENDAR FALL 2010 SPRING 2011Labour Day Monday, September 6 Start date, most post-secondary programs Monday, May 9Start date, most post-secondary programs Tuesday, September 7 Start date, select number of Part-time Studies classes Week of May 9Start date, select number of Part-time Studies Start date, most Part-time Studies classes Week of May 16classes Week of September 7 Victoria Day Monday, May 23Start date, most Part-time Studies classes Week of September 13 Canada Day Friday, July 1Thanksgiving Day Monday, October 11 Civic Holiday Monday, August 1Final Assessment Week Saturday, December 11 to Final Assessment Week Saturday, August 13 to Saturday, December 18 Saturday, August 20Last day of most Part-time Studies classes Friday, December 17 Grades due to Registrar’s Office (“Day” activities)* Wednesday, August 31Grades due to Registrar’s Office (“Day” activities)* Wednesday, December 22 (12 Noon) (12 Noon) 2010-2011 ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2010-2011 ACADEMIC CALENDAR WINTER 2010 FALL 2011Start date, select number of Part-time Studies classes Week of January 3 Start date, most post-secondary programs Tuesday, September 6, 2011Start date, most post-secondary programs Monday, January 10Start date, most Part-time Studies classes Week of January 10Family Day Monday, February 21Study Break Week Week of February 21Last day of most Part-time Studies classes Friday, April 15Good Friday Friday, April 22Final Assessment Week Saturday, April 23 to Saturday, April 30Grades due to Registrar’s Office (“Day” activities)* Thursday, May 5 (12 Noon) NOTES: 1. “Day” activity: Three terms of 15-week duration. Final Assessment Week is the last week of the term, i.e. the 15th week in the Fall and Spring Terms, and the 16th week in the Winter Term (see Note #22). 2. The Winter Term for “day” activity is 16 weeks in duration, with Study Break Week aligning with Family Day and Final Assessment Week being the 16th week. 3. Continuing Education activity: Most classes run for 14 weeks, each of the three terms. 4. *Grades for Continuing Education activity are due one week after the end of the course section. 5. *Grades for Distance Education activity are due three weeks after the end of the course section. 19
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  • ALGONQUIN COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY School of Advanced Technology BACHELOR DEGREES DIPLOMASBachelor of Information Technology (Network Technology) • Architectural Technician O Architectural Technician (Weekend Offering) O Aviation Management (General Arts and Science) O GRADUATE CERTIFICATES Computer Programmer OConstruction Project Managment – NEW O ! Computer Systems Technician OGeographic Information Systems O Construction Engineering Technician OGreen Architecture O Construction Engineering Technician (Weekend Offering) OTechnical Writer O Electrical Engineering Technician O Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technician – Robotics O Internet Applications and Web Development (formerly Internet ADVANCED DIPLOMAS Application Programmer) OArchitectural Technology O Mechanical Technician – Toolmaking OBiotechnology Technologist O Mechanical Technician – Toolmaking (Co-op/Apprentice/Diploma) OCivil Engineering Technology O Water and Waste Water Technician OComputer Engineering Technology – Computing Science O Wireless/Mobility Telecommunication Engineering Technician OComputer Systems Technology – Networking OComputer Systems Technology – Security O CERTIFICATESElectrical Engineering Technology OMechanical Engineering Technology O Aviation Techniques – Aircraft Maintenance OPhotonics Engineering Technology O Business Intelligence Systems Analyst IWireless/Mobility Telecommunication Engineering Technology O Mechanical Techniques – Precision Machining O Oracle Database Administration O APPRENTICESHIPS For information on how to apply, please see page 259 Electrician (Construction and Maintenance) General Machinist Microelectronics ManufacturerO Apply through OCAS• Apply through the Ontario University Application CentreI Apply through Algonquin College! Offered in Winter 2011 21
  • ARCHITECTURAL TECHNICIAN ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011 0188X01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 311PROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This two-year Ontario College Diploma program, accredited by the Canadian Students who have completed all of the course requirements equivalent to the Technology Accreditation Board (CTAB) under the National Technology Benchmarks, Arcitectural Technician program’s 2010-2011 program of study are eligible to apply prepares students for a career in construction document preparation in the to the Architectural Technology program. construction and architectural fields. The curriculum focuses on working drawings, For more information, please contact Cynthia Poulin, Program Coordinator, at construction methods and materials, building science and computer-aided drafting. 613-727-4723 ext. 5805 or Student Commitment: Acquiring the necessary knowledge and skills to meet the requirements of this program demands a serious effort and focus by students. A poulinc@algonquincollege.com. strong commitment of dedication and discipline, as well as time and energy over- and-above classroom hours is required for students to successfully complete the PROGRAM OF STUDY program. LEVEL: 01 HOURS ARC8401 WORKING DRAWINGS I 90.0SUCCESS FACTORS ARC8421 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND MATERIALS I 45.0 CAD8407 ARCHITECTURAL CAD I 45.0 This program is well-suited for students who: CON8430 COMPUTERS AND YOU 45.0 • Think visually and creatively. DSN8401 VISUAL COMMUNICATION I 45.0 • Are detail-oriented, organized and committed to achieving excellence in ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 their work. MAT8050 GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY 45.0 • Are imaginative and enjoy solving problems. LEVEL: 02 HOURS • Prefer working in a dynamically-driven environment. ARC8402 WORKING DRAWINGS II 90.0 ARC8422 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND MATERIALS II 45.0 BSC8451 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS I 45.0 Career Options CAD8409 ARCHITECTURAL CAD II 45.0 Graduates may find employment in architects’ offices, with contractors in a DSN8402 VISUAL COMMUNICATION II 45.0 number of capacities, in a drafting service office, as building material sales HIS8482 HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE I 45.0 representatives, in facilities management, and in municipal, provincial and MAT8051 ALGEBRA 45.0 federal agencies dealing with construction, real estate and planning. LEVEL: 03 HOURS ARC8403 WORKING DRAWINGS III 90.0 ARC8423 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND MATERIALS III 45.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ARC8430 CODES AND STANDARDS 45.0 BSC8452 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS II 45.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. CAD8414 BIM I 45.0 DSN8431 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN I 45.0 College Eligibility • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an Choose one from equivalencies: GED0188 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or Mathematics courses at the Basic Level, or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility LEVEL: 04 HOURS for admission; OR ARC8404 WORKING DRAWINGS IV 90.0 • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR ARC8424 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND MATERIALS IV 45.0 ARC8510 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION I 45.0 • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR CAD8415 BIM II 45.0 • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school DSN8432 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II 45.0 diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic ENG8491 STRUCTURES I 45.0 achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. ENL1819T REPORTING TECHNICAL INFORMATION 60.0 Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. Program Eligibility • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). • Mathematics, Grade 12 MAP4C with 60% minimum (or Grade 11 MCF3M) or equivalent is required. Applicants who have been out of school for a period of time are encouraged to take a refresher course in mathematics prior to the start of classes. Refresher/upgrading courses are available through Academic Upgrading courses, Part-time Studies courses and through local school boards. Approximate 1st Year Costs Tuition/Fees: $2,980 Books/Supplies: $1,185 Incidental Fees: $255 Total: $4,420 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees.School of Advanced Technology 22
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) ARCHITECTURAL TECHNICIAN OFFERED IN FALL 2010 UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 311 (WEEKEND OFFERING) – 0188W01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION Approximate 1st Year Costs This two-year Ontario College Diploma program, scheduled on weekends, and Tuition/Fees: $2,980 accredited by the Canadian Technology Accreditation Board (CTAB) under the Books/Supplies: $1,185 National Technology Benchmarks, prepares students for a career in construction Incidental Fees: $255 document preparation in the construction and architectural fields. The curriculum Total: $4,420 focuses on working drawings, construction methods and materials, building science and computer-aided drafting. Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. Student Commitment: Acquiring the necessary knowledge and skills to meet the requirements of the program demands serious effort and focus by students. A ADDITIONAL INFORMATION strong commitment of dedication and discipline, as well as time and engergy over- and-above classroom hours is required for students to successfully complete the Courses are offered Friday night and all day Saturday and Sunday. All courses are program. equivalent to the Full-time weekday program. NOTE: We do not offer the Architectural Technology program on weekends.SUCCESS FACTORS Students who have completed all of the course requirements equivalent to the This program is well-suited for students who: Architectural Technician programs 2010-2011 program of study are eligible to apply • Think visually and creatively. to the Architectural Technology program. • Are detail-oriented, organized and comitted to achieving excellence in their For more information, please contact Steve Dowdell, Program Coordinator at work. 613-727-4723 ext. 5804. • Are imaginative and enjoy solving problems. • Prefer working in a dynamically-driven environment. PROGRAM OF STUDY LEVEL: 01 HOURS Career Options ARC8401 WORKING DRAWINGS I 90.0 Graduates may find employment in architects’ offices, with contractors in a ARC8421 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND MATERIALS I 45.0 number of capacities, in a drafting service office, as building material sales CAD8407 ARCHITECTURAL CAD I 45.0 representatives, in facilities management, and in municipal, provincial and CON8430 COMPUTERS AND YOU 45.0 federal agencies dealing with construction, real estate and planning. DSN8401 VISUAL COMMUNICATION I 45.0 ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 MAT8050 GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY 45.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS LEVEL: 02 HOURS ARC8402 WORKING DRAWINGS II 90.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. ARC8422 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND MATERIALS II 45.0 BSC8451 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS I 45.0 College Eligibility CAD8409 ARCHITECTURAL CAD II 45.0 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an DSN8402 VISUAL COMMUNICATION II 45.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or Mathematics courses at the Basic Level, HIS8482 HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE I 45.0 or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility MAT8051 ALGEBRA 45.0 for admission; OR LEVEL: 03 HOURS • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR ARC8403 WORKING DRAWINGS III 90.0 • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR ARC8423 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND MATERIALS III 45.0 • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school ARC8430 CODES AND STANDARDS 45.0 diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic BSC8452 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS II 45.0 achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. CAD8414 BIM I 45.0 DSN8431 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN I 45.0 Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. Choose one from equivalencies: Program Eligibility GED0188 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). LEVEL: 04 HOURS • Mathematics, Grade 12 MAP4C with 60% minimum (or Grade 11 MCF3M) or ARC8404 WORKING DRAWINGS IV 90.0 equivalent is required. ARC8424 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND MATERIALS IV 45.0 ARC8510 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION I 45.0 Applicants who have been out of school for a period of time are encouraged to take CAD8415 BIM II 45.0 a refresher course in mathematics prior to the start of classes. Refresher/upgrading DSN8432 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II 45.0 courses are available through Academic Upgrading courses, Part-time Studies ENG8491 STRUCTURES I 45.0 courses and through local school boards. ENL1819T REPORTING TECHNICAL INFORMATION 60.0 Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. 23 School of Advanced Technology
  • ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 0018X01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 311PROGRAM DESCRIPTION PROGRAM OF STUDY This three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma program, accredited by the LEVEL: 01 HOURS Canadian Technology Accreditation Board (CTAB) under the National Technology ARC8401 WORKING DRAWINGS I 90.0 Benchmarks, prepares students for careers in architectural offices and the building ARC8421 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND MATERIALS I 45.0 industry by integrating the relationship between conceptual solutions and working CAD8407 ARCHITECTURAL CAD I 45.0 drawings. The first four levels of the technology stream, which are common to the CON8430 COMPUTERS AND YOU 45.0 DSN8401 VISUAL COMMUNICATION I 45.0 Architectural Technician program, are followed by an additional three levels of ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 study concentrating on commercial detailing. MAT8050 GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY 45.0 The curriculum emphasizes an in-depth understanding of the many facets of LEVEL: 02 HOURS building and construction including residential and commercial building envelope ARC8402 WORKING DRAWINGS II 90.0 design, working drawings, construction documentation, construction methods and ARC8422 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND MATERIALS II 45.0 materials, and 3D computer visualization applications. In addition, students BSC8451 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS I 45.0 participate in a student-directed team project aimed at reconciling the many CAD8409 ARCHITECTURAL CAD II 45.0 considerations in designing a building, including aesthetic and technical resolution. DSN8402 VISUAL COMMUNICATION II 45.0 HIS8482 HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE I 45.0 MAT8051 ALGEBRA 45.0SUCCESS FACTORS LEVEL: 03 HOURS This program is well-suited for students who: ARC8403 WORKING DRAWINGS III 90.0 • Think visually and creatively for a 3D world. ARC8423 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND MATERIALS III 45.0 • Are detailed-oriented, organized and committed to achieving excellence in ARC8430 CODES AND STANDARDS 45.0 their work. BSC8452 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS II 45.0 • Are imaginative and enjoy solving problems. CAD8414 BIM I 45.0 • Enjoy working in a dynamic and technically-driven environment. DSN8431 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN I 45.0 Choose one from equivalencies: GED0188 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 Career Options LEVEL: 04 HOURS Graduates may find employment with architects, engineers and contractors, ARC8404 WORKING DRAWINGS IV 90.0 and in municipal, provincial and federal agencies concerned with ARC8424 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND MATERIALS IV 45.0 construction, real estate and facilities management. ARC8510 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION I 45.0 CAD8415 BIM II 45.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS DSN8432 ENG8491 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II STRUCTURES I 45.0 45.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. ENL1819T REPORTING TECHNICAL INFORMATION 60.0 LEVEL: 05 HOURS Program Eligibility ARC8405 WORKING DRAWINGS V 90.0 • Students who have completed all of the course requirements equivalent to 09/10 ARC8425 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND MATERIALS V 45.0 or 10/11 Architectural Technician program of study are eligible to apply to the ARC8497 ARCHITECTURAL PROJECT I 45.0 Architectural Technology program. The number of seats in the Technology ARC8511 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION II 30.0 program is limited. Should the number of students exceed the number of seats, BSC8453 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS III 45.0 selection will be based on academic performance in the program. ENG8492 STRUCTURES II 45.0 Choose one from equivalencies: Approximate 1st Year Costs GED0018 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 Tuition/Fees: $2,980 LEVEL: 06 HOURS Books/Supplies: $1,185 ARC8406 WORKING DRAWINGS VI 90.0 Incidental Fees: $255 ARC8426 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND MATERIALS VI 45.0 ARC8498 ARCHITECTURAL PROJECT II 60.0 Total: $4,420 BSC8454 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS IV 45.0 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. CON8476 BUSINESS PRINCIPLES 45.0 PHI1792 BUILDING TRUST: PERCEPTION AND THE PUBLIC SPHERE 45.0 WKT8400 ARCHITECTURE WORK PLACEMENT 45.0ADDITIONAL INFORMATION For more information, please contact Chris Hewett, Program Coordinator, at 613-727-4723 ext. 5889 or hewettc@algonquincollege.com.School of Advanced Technology 24
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) AVIATION MANAGEMENT – GENERAL ARTS AND OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND SPRING 2011 UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 311 SCIENCE – 0438K01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and This Ontario College Diploma program*, delivered over 16 weeks of concurrent mathematics. training, is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills required to become a commercial pilot. Through a series of classroom-based courses and Approximate 1st Year Costs hands-on practical labs, students develop the required level of proficiency to Tuition/Fees: $2,980 complete the Transport Canada Commercial Pilot Licence written examination Books/Supplies: $1,000 (CPAER) and practical flight test. Incidental Fees: $0 Algonquin College has contracted the Ottawa Flying Club and Ottawa Aviation Total: $3,980 Services to provide up to 250 hours of flight time experience. During the final term, Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. students can select one of the following areas of specialization: flight instructor, advanced multi-IFR, or seaplane rating. Each of these options may offer students numerous opportunities for direct-entry jobs with aviation employers. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION In response to the aviation industrys desire to employ graduates with a strong Students are required to complete a Category 1 Aviation Medical Exam prior to the background in business and management education, students receive a solid start of the first semester of this program. foundation in business management, which allows Algonquin graduates to obtain Some classes will be scheduled at either the Ottawa Flying Club or Ottawa Aviation work in various facets of the aviation industry including entry-level management Services locations. Students are responsible for their own transportation and any positions. associated cost. As part of the Colleges commitment to training highly-qualified graduates, the For more information, please contact Bruce Dwyer, Program Coordinator, at program also offers practical skills that enhance employment opportunities, such 613-727-4723 ext. 3309 or as, first aid, fuel handling, aircraft handling, winter operations, cockpit resource management, maintenance skills, and dispatching. Bruce.Dwyer@algonquincollege.com. * Upon graduation, students will receive an Ontario College Diploma in General Arts and Science, with concentration in Aviation Management. PROGRAM OF STUDY LEVEL: 01 HOURSSUCCESS FACTORS AVI8810 PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL 100.0 AVI8811 FLIGHT TRAINING I 60.0 This program is well-suited for students who: AVI8812 PRACTICAL SKILLS TRAINING I 30.0 • Are organized in their work and pay attention to detail. AVI8842 SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 30.0 • Want to work in a challenging environment. BUS2301 BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 45.0 • Have strong observational and analytical skills. ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 MAT8810 MATHEMATICS ESSENTIALS I 60.0 Career Options LEVEL: 02 HOURS AVI8820 COMMERCIAL PILOT GROUND SCHOOL 100.0 Graduates may find employment with charter service companies as line AVI8821 FLIGHT TRAINING II 90.0 pilots flying passengers and freight in land or sea-based and single or multi- AVI8823 MAINTENANCE I: AIRCRAFT FUNCTIONS 60.0 engine aeroplanes. Those graduates who choose an Instructor rating may AVI8843 HUMAN FACTORS AND CREW RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 30.0 begin teaching ab-initio students on the principles of safe aircraft ENL8830 COMMUNICATIONS II 45.0 operations. Flight instruction is an entry-level position and one that is MGT8813 MANAGEMENT 60.0 currently in demand worldwide. Due to the recent increase in hiring within Choose one from equivalencies: the airline industry many instructors have moved into the airlines leaving GED0438K GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 employment opportunities for graduates. LEVEL: 03 HOURS AVI8822 PRACTICAL SKILLS TRAINING II 30.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS AVI8830 AVI8831 INSTRUMENT RATING GROUND SCHOOL FLIGHT TRAINING III 100.0 50.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. AVI8833 MAINTENANCE II: APPLIED MAINTENANCE 60.0 MAT8820 MATHEMATICS ESSENTIALS II 60.0 College Eligibility MGT8824 MARKETING AND CUSTOMER SERVICE 45.0 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an Choose one from equivalencies: OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, GED0438K GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility LEVEL: 04 HOURS for admission; OR AVI8832 FLIGHT DISPATCHER 30.0 • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR AVI8841 FLIGHT TRAINING IV 50.0 • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR AVI8844 GLASS COCKPIT/GPS TECHNOLOGY 30.0 • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school MGT8834 BUSINESS ESSENTIALS 60.0 diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic SSC8810 ETHICS 45.0 achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. Core Electives: choose 1 Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. AVI8840A INSTRUCTOR RATING 50.0 AVI8840B FLOAT RATING 50.0 Program Eligibility AVI8840C ADVANCED MULTI – IFR 50.0 • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). • Mathematics, Grade 12 MAP4C with 60% minimum (or Grade 11 MCF3M is required). Applicants are required to complete a Category 1 Aviation Medical Exam prior to the start of the first term of this program. 25 School of Advanced Technology
  • AVIATION TECHNIQUES – ONTARIO COLLEGE CERTIFICATE (1 YEAR) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE – 1503X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION Approximate 1st Year Costs In this Ontario College Certificate program, offered in colloboration with Centennial Tuition/Fees: $3,015 College, students develop the knowledge and skills required to equip themselves Books/Supplies: $2,800 for work in the aircraft maintenance industry. Through a series of classroom-based Incidental Fees: $0 courses and practical labs, students learn to repair and maintain electrical and Total: $5,815 mechanical systems within an aircraft – hydraulics, fuels, environmental systems, engines, surface controls and undercarriage systems, and the aircraft’s frame and Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. external skin. The curriculum also covers aviation maintenance servicing practices and procedures and aviation regulation requirements. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Students complete their first year at Algonquin College. Graduates are encouraged Algonquin College has signed an agreement with Centennial College for the use of to continue their studies in the second year at Centennial College in either the their curriculum. The agreement also ensures that students who successfully Aviation Technician – Avionics Maintenance program or the Aviation Technician – complete the Algonquin College Aviation Techniques – Aircraft Maintenance Aircraft Maintenance program. With this additional year of studies, graduates are program will be accepted into semester 03 of the Aviation Technician – Aircraft eligible for an Ontario College Diploma. Students may also be eligible for Maintenance or Aviation Technician – Avionics Maintenance programs at accreditation through Centennial College, which provides an 18-month experience Centennial College in Scarborough, Ontario. credit towards a Transport Canada Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) licence. Some practical labs will be scheduled off campus at the Canada Aviation Museum, Due to a recent increase in hiring within the airline industry, many organizations are Transport Canada Aircraft Services and the Ottawa Flying Club. Students are reporting a shortage of qualified technicians. Graduates may find employment at an responsible for transportation and associated costs. industry entry-level as an aviation technician. For more information, please contact Bruce Dwyer, Program Coordinator, atSUCCESS FACTORS 613-727-4723 ext. 3309 or This program is well-suited for students who: Bruce.Dwyer@algonquincollege.com. • Have an appreciation for precise work. • Are well-organized, attentive to detail and can work effectively under tight PROGRAM OF STUDY constraints. LEVEL: 01 HOURS • Have strong observational and analytical skills. AIR1090 SAFETY AND HUMAN FACTORS 32.0 AIR1100 PISTON ENGINES AND PROPELLERS 48.0 Career Options AIR1110 AIR1120 SHEET METAL AND AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE:TOOLS, MATERIALS AND PROCESSES 112.0 48.0 Graduates of this Aviation Technician – Aircraft Maintenance Ontario AIR1130 THEORY OF FLIGHT 32.0 College Certificate program may find employment at an industry entry-level AIR1140 AIRCRAFT PUBLICATIONS 16.0 as an aviation technician. Graduates from the two-year Ontario College AIR1150 AIRCRAFT APPLIED MATHEMATICS 32.0 Diploma program may find work with aircraft maintenance organizations, AIR1160 ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTALS 80.0 aircraft manufacturing, research and development, and in component repair AIR1170 AVIONICS FUNDAMENTALS 1 48.0 and overhaul shops. Many employers recognize completion of the two-year ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 program with higher pay due to the increased training and experience. LEVEL: 02 HOURS Completion of the two-year program further satisfies the structured training AIR1350 TURBINE ENGINES 40.0 requirement to be eligible for Transport Canada’s AME licence in AIR1360 AIRCRAFT HYDRAULICS AND LANDING GEAR 40.0 accordance with the Canadian Aviation Regulations. AIR1370 CANADIAN AVIATION REGULATIONS 40.0 AIR1380 HANGAR – MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 80.0 AIR1390 AIRFRAME SYSTEMS 80.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS AIR1400 AIRCRAFT SOLID STATE AND DATA BUS LOGIC 40.0 AIR1410 AVIONICS FUNDAMENTALS 2 60.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. AIR1420 POWER GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION 100.0 AIR1430 AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENTS 40.0 College Eligibility Choose one from equivalencies: • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an GED1503 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility for admission; OR • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. Program Eligibility • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). • Mathematics, Grade 11 (MCF3M or a mathematics with a similar content, is required). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.School of Advanced Technology 26
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA/DEGREE (4 YEARS) BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OFFERED IN FALL 2010 UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 312 (NETWORK TECHNOLOGY) – 6178X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION For this program, mature student status is defined as: Mature Applicants are persons who satisfy all of the following requirements; This four-year collaborative degree program, developed and delivered jointly by 1. Are 21 years of age, or older, by December 31 of the year in which they wish to Algonquin College and Carleton University, provides a strong foundation in enroll, and technology, strengthened by a concentration on networking. This innovative 2. Are Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada, and program is unique in that graduates earn both an Ontario College Advanced 3. Do not meet the normal admission requirements as published in this calendar, Diploma from Algonquin College and a Bachelor of Information Technology degree and from Carleton University. 4. Have been away from full-time studies for a minimum of two calendar years, This program is designed to provide solid theoretical studies keynote to any and university education, and is reinforced by a practical focus on the design and 5. Have not attended a university or college as full-time students. implementation of networks coupled with systems development. Team-based These applicants are required to submit proof of age, biographical information and design projects, as well as, courses in software development, mathematics, a transcript of their most recent studies. physics, communications, business, and general electives, provide students with a well-rounded background. Students gain the knowledge and skills applicable to a Full admission requirements can be found at: wide-variety of careers in both public and private sector industries. carleton.ca/cuuc/regulations/admdegInformationTechnology.html. Students who maintain a college-prescribed academic standing and who possess the appropriate level of business communications skills can participate in paid FEES AND EXPENSES cooperative work placements. The first co-op term begins in the summer after the For fees information, please visit the Carleton University website: second year of studies. The second, third, and fourth co-op terms follow after the Fall Term of the third year. carleton.ca/fees.SUCCESS FACTORS ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This program is well-suited for students who: For more information regarding this program, please email • Find satisfaction in applying the use of computers and technology to increase coordbit@algonquincollege.com. the efficiency and effectiveness of processes and solutions. • Enjoy pursuing novel combinations and applications of existing methods to PROGRAM OF STUDY create new solutions and strategies. LEVEL: 01 HOURS • Excel at puzzles and problem solving, particularly those adept at using BIT1000 MATHEMATICS I FOR NET 60.0 analogies and visualization to understand problems and assess possible BIT1002 PHYSICS I FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY I 90.0 solutions. NET1000 PROBLEM SOLVING 90.0 • Are eager and tenacious in adopting new approaches and technologies. NET1001 COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY BASICS 60.0 • Are interested in a solid foundation for a technology-focused career, geared NET1002 NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS 75.0 towards advancement and life-long learning. LEVEL: 02 HOURS BIT1001 MATHEMATICS II FOR NET 60.0 Career Options BIT1003 NET1004 PHYSICS FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY II ASSEMBLY AND MACHINE LANGUAGE 90.0 60.0 Internet network specialist – intermediate to senior level; network NET1005 NETWORK ROUTING 75.0 administrator – intermediate to senior level; network analyst – intermediate Choose one from equivalencies: level; network applications programmer/developer – intermediate level; GED6178 ARTS AND HUMANITIES ELECTIVE I 45.0 technical sales support – intermediate to senior level; advanced studies and LEVEL: 03 HOURS applied research in communications and networking; training and education. BIT2000 INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS FOR NET 60.0 BIT2002 MARKETING IN THE IT SECTOR 45.0 NET2000 INTERMEDIATE NETWORKING 75.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS NET2002 DESKTOP AND SERVER OPERATING ENVIRONMENTS 60.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. NET2006 OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING 75.0 LEVEL: 04 HOURS Program Eligibility BIT2001 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 45.0 To be eligible for admission to the first year of the Bachelor of Information NET2001 WIDE AREA NETWORKING 75.0 Technology (Network Technology), the applicant must have: NET2003 UNIX/LINUX OPERATING SYSTEMS 60.0 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD), with a minimum of six Grade 12 NET2004 COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR NET 60.0 4U or 4M courses with an overall average of 70% or better. NET2007 BASICS OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS 90.0 • Your six Grade 12 4U or 4M courses must include one Grade 12 4U or 4M LEVEL: 05 HOURS science course and both Grade 12 4U English (ENG4U) and Advanced NET3000 DATABASE CONCEPTS AND SQL 60.0 Functions (MHF4U). NET3001 REAL-TIME SYSTEMS 75.0 • Grade 12 4U Physics (SPH4U) and Calculus and Vectors (MCV4U) are NET3008 ADVANCED NETWORK ROUTING 90.0 NET3009 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING 60.0 recommended. NET3900 WIRELESS NETWORKS 75.0 27 School of Advanced Technology
  • BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA/DEGREE (4 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 (NETWORK TECHNOLOGY) – 6178X01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 312LEVEL: 06 HOURSNET3002 ADVANCED WIDE AREA NETWORKS 90.0NET3004 DATA STRUCTURES 75.0NET3006 NETWORK MANAGEMENT AND MEASUREMENTS 75.0NET3007 IT SECURITY ISSUES 75.0NET3901 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY NETWORKING PROJECT 75.0LEVEL: 07 HOURSNET4001 NETWORK SIMULATION 75.0NET4002 WEB PROGRAMMING 75.0NET4003 COMPUTER SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE 60.0NET4008 MULTILAYER SWITCHED NETWORKS 75.0NET4999 ARTS AND HUMANITIES ELECTIVE II 45.0LEVEL: 08 HOURSNET4000 EMERGING NETWORK TECHNOLOGIES 75.0NET4005 NETWORKED APPLICATIONS 75.0NET4006 SCALABLE NETWORK ARCHITECTURE 75.0NET4007 MULTIMEDIA NETWORKING 75.0NET4900 NETWORK TECHNOLOGY PROJECT 30.0School of Advanced Technology 28
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) BIOTECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST OFFERED IN FALL 2010 UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 312 1020X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION Approximate 1st Year Costs Students equip themselves for this rapidly exploding field on the cutting edge of Tuition/Fees: $2,980 technology and science and explore the ways biotechnology is improving quality of Books/Supplies: $1,600 life through breakthroughs in health care, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, forestry, Incidental Fees: $0 fisheries, and industrial and environmental processes. Total: $4,580 This three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma program provides students with Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. a strong background in the science that drives this expanding industry. The curriculum offers a combination of laboratory and theory courses in disciplines, such as, chemistry, physics, biochemistry, cell biology, microbiology and genetic ADDITIONAL INFORMATION engineering. In addition, students gain a solid foundation of the complex political, social, and ethical implications of this remarkable field which allows them to make For more information, please contact Melanie Brown, Program Coordinator, at informed and exciting career choices. 613-727-4723 ext. 5014 or brownm1@algonquincollege.com.SUCCESS FACTORS This program is well-suited for students who: PROGRAM OF STUDY • Enjoy problem solving and challenging their minds. LEVEL: 01 HOURS • Are intrigued by the mysteries of forensic science. BTC1100 INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY 45.0 • Like to conduct biology and chemistry laboratory experiments. BTC1101 BIOLOGY LABORATORY 45.0 • Are curious, well-organized and have an analytical nature. BTC1102 INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY 45.0 BTC1103 CHEMISTRY LABORATORY 45.0 BTC1104 PHYSICS FOR BIOTECHNOLOGISTS 30.0 Career Options BTC1205 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY 30.0 Graduates are prepared for fascinating work in a variety of laboratory GEN2001 UNDERSTANDING BIOTECHNOLOGY 45.0 settings including bioresearch facilities, analytical laboratories, commercial MAT8100 ESSENTIAL MATHEMATICS 45.0 biotechnology goods and services production, plant nurseries, and LEVEL: 02 HOURS government and academic labs. The skills graduates acquire are applicable BTC1200 CELL BIOLOGY/PHYSIOLOGY 45.0 to research and development, pharmaceutical production, food or other BTC1201 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 45.0 biotechnology product manufacturing, environmental protection, BTC1202 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY 45.0 biopesticide research and production, and fermentation studies. BTC1203 ANALYTICAL/PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 45.0 BTC1204 ANALYTICAL/PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY 45.0 ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Choose one from equivalencies: GED1020 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. LEVEL: 03 HOURS College Eligibility BTC2100 BIOCHEMISTRY I 45.0 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an BTC2101 BIOCHEMISTRY I LABORATORY 45.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, BTC2102 INSTRUMENTAL TECHNIQUES 45.0 or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility BTC2103 INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORY 45.0 BTC2104 PRINCIPLES OF GENETICS 45.0 for admission; OR CHE4047 DECISION MAKING IN SCIENTIFIC ENQUIRY 45.0 • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR MED4981 MICROBIOLOGY I 30.0 • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR MED4982 MICROBIOLOGY I LABORATORY 30.0 • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school LEVEL: 04 HOURS diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic BTC2200 BIOCHEMISTRY II 45.0 achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. BTC2201 BIOCHEMISTRY II LABORATORY 45.0 Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. BTC2202 BIOTECH LAB MANAGEMENT, SOFTWARE AND SEARCHES 45.0 BTC2203 PLANT BIOLOGY 30.0 Program Eligibility BTC2204 PLANT TISSUE CULTURE LABORATORY 30.0 • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) is required. BTC2205 MICROBIOLOGY II 30.0 • Mathematics, Grade 12 MTC4C (or Grade 11 MCR3U or equivalent) is BTC2206 MICROBIOLOGY II LABORATORY 45.0 required. Applicants with Grade 12 MAP4C with 60% minimum (or Grade 11 ENL1819T REPORTING TECHNICAL INFORMATION 60.0 MCF3M) will be required to take additional preparatory mathematics as part of LEVEL: 05 HOURS their program of study. BTC3100 GENETIC ENGINEERING BIOTECHNOLOGY THEORY I 45.0 • Biology Grade 11 (SB13C or equivalent with 60% minimum); OR BTC3102 ANIMAL HANDLING THEORY 45.0 • Chemistry Grade 12 (SCH4C or equivalent with 60% minimum) is required but BTC3103 PHARMACOLOGY / TOXICOLOGY 45.0 both are recommended. BTC3104 REGULATORY AFFAIRS AND CLINICAL RESEARCH MANAGEMENT 45.0 BTC3105 INNOVATIONS IN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 45.0 Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, BTC3106 BIOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORY I 45.0 applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English, mathematics, Choose one from equivalencies: biology or chemistry. GED1020 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 LEVEL: 06 HOURS BTC3200 BIOTECHNOLOGY THEORY II: ADVANCED TOPICS IN BIOTECH 45.0 BTC3201 BIOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORY II 90.0 BTC3203 BIOINFORMATICS AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT 45.0 BTC3205 BUSINESS TRENDS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY 45.0 BTC3206 PROJECT INCUBATION 45.0 BTC3207 INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY 45.0 ENV8400 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING 45.0 29 School of Advanced Technology
  • CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 0192X01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 312PROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The Civil Engineering Technology Ontario College Advanced Diploma program is a OACETT (Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and continuation of the Construction Engineering Technician program and will allow Technologists) conditionally recognizes this program as meeting all of the academic graduates to pursue a wider variety of careers related to civil construction. In this requirements for certification in the Certified Engineering Technologist (CET) or program, students focus on more advanced topics including project administration, Applied Science Technologist (AScT) category. Graduates and final-year students civil estimating, design of steel structures, and highway and environmental are immediately eligible to be registered as Associate members of OACETT upon engineering. In addition, students broaden their skills in other civil engineering submission of the Graduate Application form available through the Placement sub-disciplines such as statics, structural analysis, hydraulics, GIS, water and waste Office or OACETT. Additional requirements to become certified (work experience, water technology, and geotechnical materials. the OACETT Professional Practice Examination, the OACETT Technology Report, peer references, etc.) will be requested once the application has been received.SUCCESS FACTORS Requirements for certification are the jurisdiction of OACETT. This program is well-suited for students who: For more information, please contact Douglas Hall, Program Coordinator, at • Can work independently to contribute to problems-solving teams. 613-727-4723 ext. 5280 or • Enjoy using math and physics to solve technical problems. halld3@algonquincollege.com. • Want a variety of opportunities to specialize in their career. • Want to make a lasting difference in their community. • Enjoy working on complex projects. PROGRAM OF STUDY • Are able to meet challenging deadlines. LEVEL: 01 HOURS CON8101 RESIDENTIAL BUILDING/ESTIMATING 60.0 CON8411 CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS I 45.0 Career Options CON8430 COMPUTERS AND YOU 45.0 Similar to the Construction Engineering Technician program, graduates may MAT8050 GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY 45.0 find employment in many areas of the construction industry, including cost SAF8408 HEALTH AND SAFETY 15.0 estimating of residential, commercial, and civil projects, surveying, project SUR8411 CONSTRUCTION SURVEYING I 60.0 management, building inspection, materials testing and quality control, and LEVEL: 02 HOURS construction inspection. There is generally more opportunity for advancement CON8102 COMMERCIAL BUILDING/ESTIMATING 60.0 for a graduate at the technologist level compared to the technician level. CON8412 CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS II 60.0 ENG8101 STATICS 60.0 ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS MAT8051 SUR8412 ALGEBRA CONSTRUCTION SURVEYING II 45.0 45.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. Choose one from equivalencies: College Eligibility GED0192 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an LEVEL: 03 HOURS OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, CAD8400 AUTOCAD I 45.0 CON8404 CIVIL ESTIMATING 45.0 or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility CON8436 BUILDING SYSTEMS 45.0 for admission; OR ENG8102 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS 45.0 • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR ENG8411 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 45.0 • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR MGT8400 PROJECT ADMINISTRATION 45.0 • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school LEVEL: 04 HOURS diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic CAD8405 AUTOCAD II 45.0 achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. CON8413 CONSTRUCTION BUILDING CODE 45.0 Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. ENG8328 HYDRAULICS 45.0 ENG8404 INTRODUCTION TO STRUCTURAL DESIGN 45.0 Program Eligibility ENG8454 GEOTECHNICAL MATERIALS 45.0 • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). ENL1819T REPORTING TECHNICAL INFORMATION 60.0 • Mathematics, Grade 12 MAP4C with 60% minimum (or Grade 11 MCF3M) is ENV8400 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING 45.0 required. MTC4C or its equivalent is preferred and will be required as of Fall LEVEL: 05 HOURS 2011. CON8406 PROJECT SCHEDULING AND COST CONTROL 45.0 Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, CON8425 DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES 45.0 CON8445 SOILS ANALYSIS 45.0 applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and CON8466 HIGHWAY ENGINEERING 45.0 mathematics. A background in science (especially physics and chemistry) is ENL4004 ORIENTATION TO REPORT WRITING 15.0 recommended. MAT8201 CALCULUS 1 45.0 SUR8400 CIVIL SURVEYING III 45.0 Approximate 1st Year Costs LEVEL: 06 HOURS Tuition/Fees: $2,980 CON8416 GIS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING 45.0 Books/Supplies: $1,000 CON8447 FOUNDATIONS 45.0 Incidental Fees: $25 CON8476 BUSINESS PRINCIPLES 45.0 ENG8435 REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN 45.0 Total: $4,005 ENG8451 WATER AND WASTE WATER TECHNOLOGY 45.0 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. ENL8420 PROJECT REPORT 45.0 Choose one from equivalencies: GED0192 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0School of Advanced Technology 30
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011/ CO-OP OPTION AVAILABLE COMPUTER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY – UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 312 COMPUTING SCIENCE – 0006X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic This three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma program prepares students for achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. an information technology (IT) career in the private or public sectors. Students gain the knowledge and skills to use a broad range of IT-based analytical thinking and Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. problem-solving skills in support of the day-to-day operation of an enterprise’s Program Eligibility software systems or in the development of new systems. • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). The curriculum covers a variety of programming languages (Java, C#, C++, C, and • Mathematics, Grade 12 MCT4C (or Grade 11 MCR3U) or equivalent is others), programming tools (including OpenGL and DirectX), and operating systems required. (Windows, Unix/Linux, and QNX). In addition, students study the development tools • Applicants with Grade 12 MAP4C with 60% minimum (or Grade 11 MCF3M) and debugging techniques used to design, code and test integrated and/or will be required to take additional preparatory mathematics as part of their embedded applications and software systems. program of study. In their final year, students work in teams on sponsored real-world projects to Please note: Applicants are encouraged to acquire basic computer skills such as develop a comprehensive application as part of the software engineering portion of keyboard proficiency and the use of an office software suite (word processing, the program. In Level 04, students select two elective courses from an approved list spreadsheets, etc.) prior to the start of the program. Programming experience is not in areas which include graphics/multimedia, advanced database programming, a requirement to enter the program. networking (with an option of Cisco certification) and advanced web programming. Applicants who have been out of school for a period of time are encouraged to take Approximately two-thirds of the curriculum consists of courses in systems a refresher course in mathematics, prior to the start of classes. Refresher/upgrading programming, software development, testing, and maintenance. The balance of the courses are available through Academic Upgrading courses, Part-time Studies curriculum consists of courses in technical communications skills (both oral and courses and through local school boards. written), mathematics and general education electives. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, Students have access to modern computing facilities including both Windows and applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and Linux-based workstations. A large internal network provides access to the Internet mathematics. and offers an extensive variety of software, some of which is available at minimal cost to students through the department-sponsored Microsoft Developer’s Network Approximate 1st Year Costs Academic Alliance (MSDNAA). Tuition/Fees: $2,980 Students who maintain a college-prescribed academic standing and who possess Books/Supplies: $700 the appropriate level of business communications skills can take part in a Incidental Fees: $287 cooperative placement at the end of Level 03. Co-op students can participate in Total: $3,967 three 15-week paid work terms. Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. There are two program start dates each year at the beginning of the Fall and the Winter Terms. Program progression varies depending on the term in which students begin the program. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Curriculum for this program is reviewed annually to reflect evolving industrySUCCESS FACTORS standards in the information technology field. This program is well-suited for students who: For more information regarding this program please email • Can apply critical and analytical thinking and have good problem-solving skills. coordsci@algonquincollege.com or visit our website at • Are imaginative, attentive to detail and enjoy challenging their minds. • Are interested in computers and various software applications. algonquincollege.com/sat/cs. • Have a strong commitment and dedication to their studies. PROGRAM OF STUDY Career Options LEVEL: 01 HOURS Graduates may find employment as systems, integration, and applications CST8110 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 75.0 programmers and/or testers, and as customer service representatives CST8182 NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS 75.0 providing training and product support to clients of high technology CST8201 OPERATING SYSTEM FUNDAMENTALS 75.0 CST8300 ACHIEVING SUCCESS IN CHANGING ENVIRONMENTS 45.0 corporations. Graduates are also capable of careers in such diverse areas as MAT8100 ESSENTIAL MATHEMATICS 45.0 game and multimedia development; GUI (graphical user interface) development; IT communications, IT security, real-time and database LEVEL: 02 HOURS systems; web-based applications; and technical roles in all levels of CST8132 OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING 75.0 CST8214 COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS 60.0 government (federal, provincial and municipal). CST8215 DATABASE 75.0 ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 MAT8101 DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS 45.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Choose one from equivalencies: Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. GED0006X GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 College Eligibility LEVEL: 03 HOURS • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an CST8130 DATA STRUCTURES 75.0 CST8216 PROCESSOR ARCHITECTURE 75.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, CST8234 C LANGUAGE AND NETWORK PROGRAMMING 75.0 or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility CST8238 WEB PROGRAMMING 60.0 for admission; OR ENL1819T REPORTING TECHNICAL INFORMATION 60.0 • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR WKT8100 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION WORK TERM PREPARATION 15.0 • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR Co-op option: with departmental approval WKT8101 WORK TERM I 31 School of Advanced Technology
  • COMPUTER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY – ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011/ CO-OP OPTION AVAILABLE COMPUTING SCIENCE – 0006X01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 312LEVEL: 04 HOURSCST8152 COMPILERS 75.0CST8219 C++ PROGRAMMING 75.0CST8221 JAVA APPLICATION PROGRAMMING 75.0CST8233 NUMERICAL COMPUTING 75.0Choose one from equivalencies:GED0006X GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0Co-op option: with departmental approvalWKT8102 WORK TERM IILEVEL: 05 HOURSCST8218 WEB APPLICATION PROGRAMMING 75.0CST8223 .NET PROGRAMMING 75.0CST8225 SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS, SPECIFICATION AND ANALYSIS 60.0CST8244 REAL-TIME PROGRAMMING 60.0Elective: choose 1CST8236 GRAPHICS 60.0CST8237 GAME PROGRAMMING 60.0CST8255 WEB IMAGING AND ANIMATIONS 60.0CST8270 BASIC NETWORK ROUTING 75.0CST8271 ENTERPRISE INTERNETWORKS 60.0CST8283 BUSINESS PROGRAMMING 60.0DAT2355D DATABASE SYSTEMS 60.0Choose one from equivalencies:GED0006X GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0Co-op option: with departmental approvalWKT8103 WORK TERM IIILEVEL: 06 HOURSCST8227 INTERFACING 60.0CST8228 SOFTWARE DESIGN, TESTING AND QUALITY ASSURANCE 75.0CST8235 INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT 60.0Elective: choose 1CST8236 GRAPHICS 60.0CST8237 GAME PROGRAMMING 60.0CST8255 WEB IMAGING AND ANIMATIONS 60.0CST8270 BASIC NETWORK ROUTING 75.0CST8271 ENTERPRISE INTERNETWORKS 60.0CST8283 BUSINESS PROGRAMMING 60.0DAT2335 GRAPHICAL INTERFACE PROGRAMMING (C#) 60.0Choose one from equivalencies:GED0006X GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0School of Advanced Technology 32
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011 / CO-OP OPTION AVAILABLE COMPUTER PROGRAMMER UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 313 0336X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic This two-year Ontario College Diploma program prepares students for a career in achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. computer applications and web programming. The program also specializes in program development strategies (using object-oriented modelling), database design Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. and database administration. Program Eligibility Students work with leading industry software products such as Oracle; • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). programming languages (Java, C#, SQL, PHP, JavaScript), operating systems • Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent, is required). (Windows and Unix/Linux) in a networked environment and CASE tools. Please note: Applicants are encouraged to acquire basic computer skills such as Approximately 75 percent of the curriculum consists of courses in applications keyboard proficiency and the use of an office software suite (word processing, programming; programming languages; object-oriented analysis and design; spreadsheets, etc.) prior to the start of the program. operating systems; coding in integrated development environments; debugging, Refresher/upgrading courses are available through Academic Upgrading courses, testing, and maintenance of code; database design, implementation, and Part-time Studies courses, and through local school boards. administration. The balance of the curriculum consists of courses in oral and written communications, mathematics, and others useful in the life-long learning required Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, by computer professionals. applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. In the final year, students participate in a program-culminating real-world team project. Because of the constantly evolving nature of the information technology (IT) environment, the program places emphasis on preparing students to become Approximate 1st Year Costs independent learners. Tuition/Fees: $2,980 Books/Supplies: $870 Students have access to modern computing facilities in the School of Advanced Incidental Fees: $194 Technology such as Windows and Linux-based workstations, linked in an internal Total: $4,044 wireless network with access to the Internet. An extensive repository of software is available on the network. Additional software is available through the department- Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. sponsored Microsoft Developer’s Network Academic Alliance (MSDNAA). Students who maintain a College-prescribed academic standing and who possess ADDITIONAL INFORMATION the appropriate level of business communications skills may take part in Curriculum for this program is reviewed annually to reflect evolving industry a cooperative placement at the end of Level 03. Co-op students work in two standards in the information technology field. back-to-back 15-week paid work terms before returning for their final level. For more information regarding this program email: The two program start dates each year are at the beginning of the Fall and Winter Terms. Program progression varies depending on the term in which students begin coordcp@algonquincollege.com or visit our departmental website at the program. algonquincollege.com/sat/cs.SUCCESS FACTORS PROGRAM OF STUDY This program is well-suited for students who: LEVEL: 01 HOURS • Enjoy solving problems. CST8110 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 75.0 • Are interested in working with computers and new technology. CST8201 OPERATING SYSTEM FUNDAMENTALS 75.0 • Like working with others as a member of a team. CST8282 INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE SYSTEMS 60.0 • Can work independently. CST8300 ACHIEVING SUCCESS IN CHANGING ENVIRONMENTS 45.0 • Are organized in their work and pay attention to detail. ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 MAT8001 MATH FUNDAMENTALS 45.0 LEVEL: 02 HOURS Career Options CST8182 NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS 75.0 Graduates may find a variety of employment opportunities as applications CST8281 COMPUTER AND INTERNET FUNDAMENTALS 60.0 programmers and systems analysts who can work independently and as part CST8283 BUSINESS PROGRAMMING 60.0 of a team to analyze, design, code, debug, test, implement, and maintain CST8284 OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING(JAVA) 60.0 application systems. Specialized training in web programming, business DAT2355D DATABASE SYSTEMS 60.0 programming, database design and database administration may also LEVEL: 03 HOURS present opportunities in those areas. Employment may be found in CST8285 WEB PROGRAMMING 60.0 organizations of all sizes in both the public and private sectors. CST8288 OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING WITH DESIGN PATTERNS 60.0 DAT2234D SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 60.0 DAT2335 GRAPHICAL INTERFACE PROGRAMMING (C#) 60.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS DAT2390 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION WORK TERM PREPARATION 15.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. Choose one from equivalencies: GED0336 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 College Eligibility Co-op option: with departmental approval • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an DAT2391 WORK TERM I OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, DAT2392 WORK TERM II or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility LEVEL: 04 HOURS for admission; OR CST8276 ADVANCED DATABASE TOPICS 60.0 • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR CST8277 ENTERPRISE APPLICATION PROGRAMMING 60.0 • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR DAT2250 INFORMATION SYSTEMS PROJECT 60.0 DAT2343 COMPUTER SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE 60.0 Choose one from equivalencies: GED0336 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 33 School of Advanced Technology
  • COMPUTER SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011 / CO-OP OPTION AVAILABLE 0150X01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 313PROGRAM DESCRIPTION • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic This two-year Ontario College Diploma program, accredited by the Ontario achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologies (OACETT), prepares students for an Information Technology (IT) career in either the public or Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. private sector. The program is designed to provide students with the technical Program Eligibility knowledge, expertise and proficiency in installing, configuring and supporting a • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). wide variety of computer, networking and operating systems (O/S) technologies • Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent is required). commonly used in the day-to-day operations of many businesses and corporations. Please note: Applicants are encouraged to acquire basic computer skills such as To meet this broad range of duties and responsibilities, the program focuses on the keyboard proficiency and the use of an office software suite (word processing, technical aspects of commonly used components and troubleshooting techniques spreadsheets, etc.) prior to the start of the program. for computer hardware, operating systems, networking technologies, system administration, and a suite of related support and application software packages. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, In addition, students develop their communications skills, customer support/ applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and interpersonal skills, ethics for the IT workplace, workplace health and safety mathematics. knowledge and technical report writing skills. Please note: New students who wish to apply to the Computer Systems Requirements and subject matter found in certifications, such as Computer Technology – Networking (0155X01FWO) or Computer Systems Technology – Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) A+, Network+, Linux+, Security+; Cisco Security (0156X01FWO) programs must first apply to the Computer Systems Academy CCNA Explorer; and Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) are used in Technician (0150X01FWO) program through this program. ontariocolleges.ca Students have access to modern computing facilities running Windows and Linux/UNIX-based operating system (O/S) platforms and supporting a wide variety Approximate 1st Year Costs of pre-installed software applications. Specialized networking, Cisco, and hardware Tuition/Fees: $2,980 labs, along with several network-based O/S servers, afford students exposure to Books/Supplies: $730 real-world technologies. Licenced versions of selected Microsoft O/S and Incidental Fees: $344 development tools are available to students through the department-sponsored Total: $4,054 Microsoft Developer’s Network Academic Alliance (MSDNAA). Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. Students who maintain a College-prescribed academic standing and who possess the appropriate level of business communications skills can take part in a ADDITIONAL INFORMATION cooperative placement at the end of Level 03. Students participate in two back-to- back 15-week paid work terms before returning for their final level. This program is offered at the Woodroffe and Pembroke Campuses. While the learning outcomes at the Woodroffe and Pembroke Campuses are the same, the Graduates of the program can apply to the three-year Computer Systems curriculum order and subject delivery are reflective of local circumstances, which Technology – Networking or Computer Systems Technology – Security programs. affect program delivery.SUCCESS FACTORS The curriculum for this program is reviewed annually to reflect evolving industry standards in the information technology field. This program is well-suited for students who: • Enjoy the challenge of a constantly evolving field. OACETT/CCTT NATIONALLY ACCREDITED PROGRAM • Can work independently or in a team environment. As of June 2006, the Computer Systems Technician program has met the national • Have good problem-solving and analytical skills. technology accreditation requirements as mandated by the Canadian Council of • Are interested in learning how to design and implement computers, operating Technicians and Technologists (CCTT) and has received national accreditation status systems and networking technology solutions. by the Canadian Technology Accreditation Board (CTAB) and the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT). Career Options OACETT recognizes the Computer Systems Technician program as meeting all the Graduates may find employment in a wide variety of organizations, in the academic requirements for certification in the Technician category. Graduate and government, private and public sectors, at the junior/entry level in positions current students in their second year having met certain additional requirements such as network/system installation, maintenance and/or administration, (i.e. work experience and qualifying professional practice exam, etc.), can apply to and at the junior to intermediate level in positions such hardware/software become certified from OACETT. Visit sales and support, customer service support representative and technical cctt.ca/english/accred or support specialist. oacett.org for more information. For more information regarding this program please email:ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS coordcst@algonquincollege.com or visit our departmental website at Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. algonquincollege.com/sat/cs. College Eligibility • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility for admission; OR • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; ORSchool of Advanced Technology 34
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011 / CO-OP OPTION AVAILABLE COMPUTER SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 313 0150X01FWOPROGRAM OF STUDYLEVEL: 01 HOURSCST8174 COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY BASICS 60.0CST8182 NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS 75.0CST8202 INTRODUCTION TO NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS 60.0CST8207 LINUX OPERATING SYSTEMS I 75.0ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0MAT8001 MATH FUNDAMENTALS 45.0LEVEL: 02 HOURSCST8177 LINUX OPERATING SYSTEMS II 75.0CST8206 CUSTOMER SUPPORT SKILLS 45.0CST8208 PC SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY 60.0CST8239 NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS I 60.0CST8270 BASIC NETWORK ROUTING 75.0Choose one from equivalencies:GED0150 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0LEVEL: 03 HOURSCST8190 PC TROUBLESHOOTING 75.0CST8213 LINUX OPERATING SYSTEMS III 75.0CST8242 NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS II 75.0CST8271 ENTERPRISE INTERNETWORKS 60.0CST8299 ETHICS FOR IT PROFESSIONALS 45.0OHS4002 WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY 30.0WKT8100E COOPERATIVE EDUCATION WORK TERM PREPARATION 15.0Co-op option: with departmental approvalWKT8101E WORK TERM IWKT8102E WORK TERM IILEVEL: 04 HOURSCST8230 IT SECURITY FUNDAMENTALS 90.0CST8231 NETWORK SERVICES 60.0CST8272 WIDE-AREA NETWORKING 60.0ENL1818T IT TECHNICAL REPORTS 60.0Choose one from equivalencies:GED0150 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 35 School of Advanced Technology
  • COMPUTER SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY – ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 / CO-OP OPTION AVAILABLE NETWORKING – 0155X01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 313PROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS This three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma program prepares students to fill Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. critical positions in networking technology solution design, management, and Program Eligibility support. The program provides students with a strong understanding in troubleshooting procedures, a practical knowledge in implementing various • Successful completion of Algonquin’s Computer Systems Technician advanced networking technology solutions, and the ability to implement and (0150X01FWO) program requirements. For direct flow through students, a manage network security measures. Students also learn practical skills on cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher is required; OR implementing structured cabling designs, network management and administration • Applicants who have not successfully completed the Technician program, but solutions, and small business and project management skills. with similar equivalent knowledge/experience, will be assessed on an individual basis through an Advanced Standing application to the Technology program’s The program of study focuses on the technical aspects of advanced networking Level 05. technologies, wireless technologies, administration and support components, structured cabling theory and technologies, advanced security concepts, enterprise- NOTE 1: One of the key criteria for Advanced Standing applicants includes level *NIX and wireless technologies. The curriculum also includes an introduction successful completion of: CCNA Rev 3.12 (or better) training through Cisco to small business management and the basics of information technology (IT) project accredited institution; or CCNA Certification version 640-801 or better. management. Some of the requirements and subject matter found in the following NOTE 2: New students who wish to apply to this program must first apply certifications are included in this program: BICSI Level 2/Technician, CompTIA’s to the Computer Systems Technician (0150X01FWO) program through DHTI+ and Project+; CWNA; Cisco CCNP, and Cisco Fundamentals of Wireless LAN; ontariocolleges.ca. During Level 04 of the two-year program, a sign-up process ISC2 CISSP; SANS GCIA/GCIH; and CEH. Although certification is not a part of this will allow students wishing to pursue the Computer Systems Technology program program, graduates are well-prepared to write the related certification exams. to apply and be assessed for eligibility to the third year of the program. Students have access to modern computing facilities running Windows and Linux/UNIX-based operating system (O/S) platforms and supporting a wide variety Approximate 1st Year Costs of pre-installed software applications. Specialized networking, Cisco, and hardware Tuition/Fees: $2,980 labs, along with several network-based O/S servers, afford students exposure to Books/Supplies: $730 real-world technologies. Licenced versions of selected Microsoft O/S and Incidental Fees: $344 development tools are available to students through the department-sponsored Total: $4,054 Microsoft Developer’s Network Academic Alliance (MSDNAA). Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. Qualified students who have completed all of the course requirements for the Computer Systems Technician program are eligible to apply to this Computer Systems Technology Networking program. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Applicants who are not moving directly from the Computer Systems Technician The curriculum for this program is reviewed annually to reflect evolving industry program or who have not completed a qualifying version of Algonquin’s Computer standards in the information technology field. Systems Technician program (but have similar or equivalent For more information regarding this program, please email: knowledge/experience), can apply through an advanced standing application to Level 05 of this program. coordcst@algonquincollege.com or visit our departmental website at algonquincollege.com/sat/cs.SUCCESS FACTORS This program is well-suited for students who: PROGRAM OF STUDY • Have a high level of commitment and dedication to their studies. LEVEL: 01 HOURS • Have an interest in gaining practical skills in advanced networking CST8174 COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY BASICS 60.0 technologies, structured cabling and associated security practices in a hands- CST8182 NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS 75.0 on learning environment. CST8202 INTRODUCTION TO NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS 60.0 • Want to learn how to design, implement and secure complex structured CST8207 LINUX OPERATING SYSTEMS I 75.0 ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 cabling and networking (wired/wireless) technology solutions. MAT8001 MATH FUNDAMENTALS 45.0 • Want to learn about analyzing, troubleshooting and resolving networking and security issues in a corporate environment. LEVEL: 02 HOURS • Want to learn basic business management, effective teamwork and project CST8177 LINUX OPERATING SYSTEMS II 75.0 management skills. CST8206 CUSTOMER SUPPORT SKILLS 45.0 CST8208 PC SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY 60.0 • Enjoy problem solving and challenging their minds. CST8239 NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS I 60.0 • Have a well-organized and analytical nature. CST8270 BASIC NETWORK ROUTING 75.0 • Can work independently and contribute to problem solving in a team Choose one from equivalencies: environment. GED0150 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 LEVEL: 03 HOURS Career Options CST8190 PC TROUBLESHOOTING 75.0 The program is designed to prepare students for occupations in IT project CST8213 LINUX OPERATING SYSTEMS III 75.0 management (junior to intermediate), network administrator (junior to CST8242 NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS II 75.0 intermediate), network installation and implementation specialist (junior to CST8271 ENTERPRISE INTERNETWORKS 60.0 CST8299 ETHICS FOR IT PROFESSIONALS 45.0 intermediate), system administration and maintenance (junior to intermediate), OHS4002 WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY 30.0 network cabling installer (junior to intermediate), technical support specialist WKT8100E COOPERATIVE EDUCATION WORK TERM PREPARATION 15.0 (intermediate level), technical sales representative (intermediate level), and customer service support representatives (intermediate level).School of Advanced Technology 36
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) COMPUTER SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY – OFFERED IN FALL 2010 / CO-OP OPTION AVAILABLE UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 313 NETWORKING – 0155X01FWOLEVEL: 04 HOURSCST8230 IT SECURITY FUNDAMENTALS 90.0CST8231 NETWORK SERVICES 60.0CST8272 WIDE-AREA NETWORKING 60.0ENL1818T IT TECHNICAL REPORTS 60.0Choose one from equivalencies:GED0150 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0LEVEL: 05 HOURSCST8301 STRUCTURED CABLING I 60.0CST8302 ADVANCED NETWORKING I 75.0CST8303 IT SECURITY ANALYSIS 75.0CST8304 WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES 75.0MGT8305 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 45.0Choose one from equivalencies:GED0155 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0LEVEL: 06 HOURSCST8307 STRUCTURED CABLING II 75.0CST8308 ADVANCED NETWORKING II 75.0CST8309 UNIX/LINUX OPERATING SYSTEMS IV 60.0CST8314 EMERGING NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES 45.0MGT8306 IT PROJECT MANAGEMENT 45.0Choose one from equivalencies:GED0155 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 37 School of Advanced Technology
  • COMPUTER SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY – ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 SECURITY – 0156X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION Career Options This three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma program prepares students to Graduates may find employment in a variety of domains in the private, perform a critical role in securing the confidentiality, integrity and availability of industrial, governmental and service sectors such as: Privately managed corporate networks, communications, transactions and data. Students develop the security firms; Security audit/penetration consulting firms; Law enforcement theoretical knowledge and practical hands-on skills to assess, recommend, agencies (RCMP, OPP, local police forces, etc.) and associated security implement and troubleshoot various advanced security solutions and agencies (CSIS, CSE, etc); Information Technology consulting firms; Primary countermeasures. communications carriers and information service providers; and users of Students employ common tools and techniques used in digital forensics and information networks, including government organizations; small, medium- investigations, explore how to effectively participate in the investigation process, sized and large business enterprises; public organizations (financial, health and deploy modern security countermeasures against threats to the IT care, etc.) infrastructure. The curriculum explores topics such as: evaluating the technical Positions in the Information Technology environment may include: corporate aspects of security solutions; security audits and vulnerability assessments; IT information security or security administrator (junior to intermediate level); forensic concepts and tools; the legal process and proper evidence gathering corporate information security manager/officer (junior to intermediate level); procedures; designing effective corporate security policies; analyzing and managing network security specialist (junior to intermediate level); IT/network security risk / threats; and considering ethical and social implications related to security, consultant (junior to intermediate level); IT/network security architect/designer Canadian / International laws, privacy laws and compliance. (junior to intermediate level); security auditor/penetration tester (junior to Some of the requirements and subject matter found in this program can assist intermediate level); digital forensic analyst/consultant/investigator (junior to students in achieving certifications such as: ISC2 CISSP; SANS GSEC and other intermediate level); IT/network security and compliance analyst/investigator GIAC certifications; Cisco CCNA Security; and EC-Council’s CEH. (junior to intermediate level); technical support specialist – security Students have access to modern computing facilities running Windows and (intermediate level); technical integration sales representative and support Linux/UNIX-based operating system (O/S) platforms and supporting a wide variety (intermediate level). of pre-installed software applications. Specialized networking, Cisco, and hardware labs, along with several network-based O/S servers, afford students exposure to ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS real-world technologies. Licensed versions of selected Microsoft O/S and development tools are available to students through the department-sponsored Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. Microsoft Developer’s Network Academic Alliance (MSDNAA). College Eligibility Qualified students who have completed all of the course requirements for the • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an Computer Systems Technician program are eligible to apply to this Computer OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, Systems Technology – Security program. or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility Applicants who are not moving directly from the Computer Systems Technician for admission; OR program or who have not completed a qualifying version of Algonquin’s Computer • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR Systems Technician program (but have similar or equivalent knowledge/ • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR experience), can apply through an advanced standing application to Level 05 of this • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school program. diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged.SUCCESS FACTORS Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. In preparation for careers in information technology, applicants should be aware Program Eligibility that success in this program requires a high level of commitment and dedication, as • Successful completion of Algonquin’s Computer Systems Technician well as a willingness to go beyond the materials presented in class and in lab. (0150X01FWO) program requirements. For direct flow through students, a This program is well-suited for students who: cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher is required. • Are interested in gaining practical skills in IT security technologies in a hands- • Applicants who are not flowing directly from the Computer Systems Technician on learning environment. (0150X01FWO) program to the Computer Systems Technology – Security • Are interested in learning how to analyze IT security problems of varying program OR applicants who have not completed a qualifying version of degrees of complexity, research and report on appropriate security solutions, Algonquin’s Computer Systems Technician (0150X01FWO) program but with and implement a suitable security solution based on the findings. similar or equivalent knowledge/experience, will be assessed on an individual • Enjoy solving problems and challenging their minds. basis through an Advanced Standing application to the program’s Level 05. • Have a curious, well-organized and analytical nature. Note 1: One of the key criteria for Advanced Standing applicants includes • Are interested in learning how to analyze, research and implement solutions successful completion of: CCNA Explorer training (recent version) through Cisco for complex IT security problems. accredited institution; or CCNA Certification version 640-801 or better. • Can work effectively independently and with others in a corporate team environment. Note 2: New students who wish to apply to this program must first apply to the Computer Systems Technician (0150X01FWO) program through ontariocolleges.ca. During Level 04 of the two-year program, a sign-up process will allow students wishing to pursue the Computer Systems Technology – Security program to apply and be assessed for eligibility to the third year of the program.School of Advanced Technology 38
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) COMPUTER SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY – OFFERED IN FALL 2010 SECURITY – 0156X01FWO Approximate 1st Year Costs Tuition/Fees: $2,980 Books/Supplies: $730 Incidental Fees: $344 Total: $4,054 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees.ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The curriculum for this program is reviewed annually to reflect evolving industry standards in the information technology field. For more information regarding this program, please email: coordcst@algonquincollege.com or visit our departmental website at algonquincollege.com/sat/cs.PROGRAM OF STUDYLEVEL: 01 HOURSCST8174 COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY BASICS 60.0CST8182 NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS 75.0CST8202 INTRODUCTION TO NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS 60.0CST8207 LINUX OPERATING SYSTEMS I 75.0ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0MAT8001 MATH FUNDAMENTALS 45.0LEVEL: 02 HOURSCST8177 LINUX OPERATING SYSTEMS II 75.0CST8206 CUSTOMER SUPPORT SKILLS 45.0CST8208 PC SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY 60.0CST8239 NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS I 60.0CST8270 BASIC NETWORK ROUTING 75.0Choose one from equivalencies:GED0150 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0LEVEL: 03 HOURSCST8190 PC TROUBLESHOOTING 75.0CST8213 LINUX OPERATING SYSTEMS III 75.0CST8242 NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS II 75.0CST8271 ENTERPRISE INTERNETWORKS 60.0CST8299 ETHICS FOR IT PROFESSIONALS 45.0OHS4002 WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY 30.0LEVEL: 04 HOURSCST8230 IT SECURITY FUNDAMENTALS 90.0CST8231 NETWORK SERVICES 60.0CST8272 WIDE-AREA NETWORKING 60.0ENL1818T IT TECHNICAL REPORTS 60.0Choose one from equivalencies:GED0150 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0LEVEL: 05 HOURSCST8304 WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES 75.0CST8601 SECURING ROUTERS AND SWITCHES 75.0CST8602 TRAFFIC ANALYSIS AND SECURITY AUDIT 75.0CST8603 SECURITY LAW, REGULATIONS AND COMPLIANCE 60.0CST8604 INFORMATION SECURITY AND RISK MANAGEMENT 45.0Choose one from equivalencies:GED0156 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0LEVEL: 06 HOURSCST8605 FIREWALLS AND SECURITY APPLIANCES 75.0CST8606 IT FORENSICS 60.0CST8607 APPLIED CRYPTOGRAPHY 75.0CST8608 SECURITY ARCHITECTURE 60.0CST8609 BUSINESS CONTINUITY AND DISASTER RECOVERY 60.0Choose one from equivalencies:GED0156 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 39 School of Advanced Technology
  • CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011 0190X01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 313PROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This two-year Construction Engineering Technician Ontario College Diploma OACETT (Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists) program is a comprehensive introduction to a variety of aspects of the construction conditionally recognizes the Construction Engineering Technician program as industry. It is a blend of theory and practice comprising courses such as surveying, meeting all the academic requirements for certification in the Certified Technician construction materials, estimating, and construction documentation and positions (CTech) category and conditionally recognizes the Civil Engineering Technology graduates to pursue careers in residential or commercial construction. In addition, program as meeting all of the academic requirements for certification in the the program has strong ties to the local construction industry and is supported by an Certified Engineering Technologist (CET) or Applied Science Technologist(AScT) advisory committee made up of local industry leaders. Note that successful category. Graduates and final year students are immediately eligible to be students may opt for a third year of studies to achieve an Ontario College Advanced registered as Associate members of OACETT upon submission of the Graduate Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology. Application form available through the Placement Office or OACETT. Additional requirements to become fully certified (work experience, the OACETT ProfessionalSUCCESS FACTORS Practice Examination, peer references, etc.) will be requested once the application has been received. Requirements for certification are the jurisdiction of OACETT. This program is well-suited for students who: • Can work independently to contribute to problems-solving teams. For more program information, please contact Douglas Hall, Program Coordinator, at • Enjoy using math and physics to solve technical problems. 613-727-4723 ext. 5280 or • Want a variety of opportunities to specialize in their career. halld3@algonquincollege.com. • Want to make a lasting difference in their community. PROGRAM OF STUDY Career Options LEVEL: 01 HOURS Graduates from this program may find employment in many areas of the CON8101 RESIDENTIAL BUILDING/ESTIMATING 60.0 construction industry, including cost estimating of residential, commercial, CON8411 CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS I 45.0 and civil projects, surveying, project management, building inspection, CON8430 COMPUTERS AND YOU 45.0 materials testing and quality control, and construction inspection. MAT8050 GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY 45.0 SAF8408 HEALTH AND SAFETY 15.0 SUR8411 CONSTRUCTION SURVEYING I 60.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS LEVEL: 02 HOURS Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. CON8102 COMMERCIAL BUILDING/ESTIMATING 60.0 CON8412 CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS II 60.0 College Eligibility ENG8101 STATICS 60.0 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, MAT8051 ALGEBRA 45.0 SUR8412 CONSTRUCTION SURVEYING II 45.0 or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility for admission; OR Choose one from equivalencies: • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR GED0190 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR LEVEL: 03 HOURS • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school CAD8400 AUTOCAD I 45.0 diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic CON8404 CIVIL ESTIMATING 45.0 achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. CON8436 BUILDING SYSTEMS 45.0 ENG8102 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS 45.0 Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. ENG8411 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 45.0 MGT8400 PROJECT ADMINISTRATION 45.0 Program Eligibility • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). LEVEL: 04 HOURS • Mathematics, Grade 12 MAP4C with 60% minimum (or Grade 11 MCF3M) is CAD8405 AUTOCAD II 45.0 CON8413 CONSTRUCTION BUILDING CODE 45.0 required. MTC4C or its equivalent is preferred and will be required as of Fall ENG8328 HYDRAULICS 45.0 2011. ENG8404 INTRODUCTION TO STRUCTURAL DESIGN 45.0 • A background in science (especially physics and chemistry) is recommended. ENG8454 GEOTECHNICAL MATERIALS 45.0 Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, ENL1819T REPORTING TECHNICAL INFORMATION 60.0 applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and ENV8400 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING 45.0 mathematics. Approximate 1st Year Costs Tuition/Fees: $2,980 Books/Supplies: $1,000 Incidental Fees: $25 Total: $4,005 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees.School of Advanced Technology 40
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 313 (WEEKEND OFFERING) – 0190W01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The two-year Ontario College Diploma program may lead to many careers in the OACETT (Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and construction industry, and is structured so that an additional year of study leads to Technologists) conditionally recognizes the Construction Engineering Technician an advanced diploma as a civil engineering technologist. program as meeting all the academic requirements for certification in the Certified The program is a blend of theory and practice, and many courses such as surveying, Technician (CTech) category and conditionally recognizes the Civil Engineering construction materials, and estimating include a lab or practice component. The Technology program as meeting all of the academic requirements for certification in program has connections to the local construction industry, including many summer the Certified Engineering Technologist (CET) or Applied Science Technologist(AScT) job opportunities. category. Graduates and final year students are immediately eligible to be registered as Associate members of OACETT upon submission of the Graduate At the end of the second year, students can chose to enter the third year of the Civil Application form available through the Placement Office or OACETT. Additional Engineering Technology program (week day). requirements to become fully certified (work experience, the OACETT Professional Practice Examination, peer references, etc.) will be requested once the applicationSUCCESS FACTORS has been received. Requirements for certification are the jurisdiction of OACETT. This program is well-suited for students who: For more program information, please contact Steve Dowdell, Program • Can work independently and contribute to problem-solving teams. Coordinator, at • Enjoy using math and physics to solve technical problems. 613-727-4723 ext. 5804 or • Want variety and opportunity in their careers. • Seek to make a difference in their community. dowdels@algonquincollege.com. PROGRAM OF STUDY Career Options LEVEL: 01 HOURS Graduates from this program may find employment in many areas of the CON8101 RESIDENTIAL BUILDING/ESTIMATING 60.0 construction industry, including cost estimating of residential, commercial, CON8411 CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS I 45.0 and civil projects, surveying, project management, building inspection, CON8430 COMPUTERS AND YOU 45.0 materials testing and quality control, and construction inspection. MAT8050 GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY 45.0 SAF8408 HEALTH AND SAFETY 15.0 SUR8411 CONSTRUCTION SURVEYING I 60.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS LEVEL: 02 HOURS Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. CON8102 COMMERCIAL BUILDING/ESTIMATING 60.0 CON8412 CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS II 60.0 College Eligibility ENG8101 STATICS 60.0 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, MAT8051 ALGEBRA 45.0 or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility SUR8412 CONSTRUCTION SURVEYING II 45.0 for admission; OR Choose one from equivalencies: • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR GED0190 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR LEVEL: 03 HOURS • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school CAD8400 AUTOCAD I 45.0 diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic CON8404 CIVIL ESTIMATING 45.0 achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. CON8436 BUILDING SYSTEMS 45.0 ENG8102 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS 45.0 Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. ENG8411 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 45.0 Program Eligibility MGT8400 PROJECT ADMINISTRATION 45.0 • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). LEVEL: 04 HOURS • Mathematics, Grade 12 MAP4C with 60% minimum (or Grade 11 MCF3M is CAD8405 AUTOCAD II 45.0 required). MTC4C or its equivalent is preferred and will be required as of Fall CON8413 CONSTRUCTION BUILDING CODE 45.0 ENG8328 HYDRAULICS 45.0 2011. ENG8404 INTRODUCTION TO STRUCTURAL DESIGN 45.0 • A background in science (especially physics and chemistry) is recommended. ENG8454 GEOTECHNICAL MATERIALS 45.0 Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, ENL1819T REPORTING TECHNICAL INFORMATION 60.0 applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and ENV8400 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING 45.0 mathematics. Approximate 1st Year Costs Tuition/Fees: $2,980 Books/Supplies: $1,000 Incidental Fees: $25 Total: $4,005 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. 41 School of Advanced Technology
  • CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT ONTARIO COLLEGE GRADUATE CERTIFICATE (1 YEAR) OFFERED IN WINTER 2011 1505X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This online one-year Ontario College Graduate Certificate program provides For more information, please contact Vertha Coligan, Academic Chair, at practical training for individuals whose career goals include the management of 613-727-4723 ext. 5098 or construction projects in a wide variety of settings. Capitalizing on a solid educational foundation in construction or construction-related fields, graduates are coligav@algonquincollege.com. equiped to manage the total construction process effectively, from initial planning to program completion. The regular use of case studies throughout the program PROGRAM OF STUDY prepares graduates for a full range of situations that can emerge on construction LEVEL: 01 HOURS job sites. CON2000 OVERVIEW OF THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 30.0 Each of the courses in the program has been accredited by the Canadian CON2001 CONSTRUCTION SAFETY 30.0 Construction Association for the Gold Seal Certification Program. CON2002 CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATING 90.0 ENL2100 COMMUNICATION FOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 60.0 LAW1000 LAW AND CONTRACTS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 60.0SUCCESS FACTORS MGT1100 PROJECT MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES 60.0 This program is well-suited for students who: LEVEL: 02 HOURS • Are looking to advance their careers in the construction industry. CON2100 CONSTRUCTION AND THE ENVIRONMENT 45.0 • Have the ability to see the “big picture”. CON2101 CONSTRUCTION JOB SITE CONTROLS 90.0 • Like building teams that are working towards common goals. CON2102 CONSTRUCTION PLANNING AND SCHEDULING 60.0 • Enjoy balancing competing demands. CON2103 CONSTRUCTION PROJECT COST CONTROL AND ACCOUNTING 60.0 MGT1200 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 60.0 • Thrive on the challenge and stress of overseeing large projects. MGT1300 APPLIED CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT 60.0 • Appreciate having tangible results from their work. Career Options Graduates may find employment in a variety of construction project management positions. These positions include but are not restricted to project manager, site superintendent, project superintendent, construction manager, and construction operations manager. The knowledge and skills acquired in this program position graduates for increasing levels of responsibilities in the completion of medium- and large-scale construction projects.ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. Program Eligibility • A two-year community college diploma (minimum) in a construction or construction-related field or equivalent. Approximate 1st Year Costs Tuition/Fees: $5,810 Books/Supplies: $1,200 Incidental Fees: $0 Total: $7,010 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees.School of Advanced Technology 42
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011 UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 313 0317X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION Approximate 1st Year Costs This two-year Ontario College Diploma program prepares students for career paths Tuition/Fees: $2,980 in the electrical, communications, manufacturing, utilities, and protection fields. The Books/Supplies: $900 program appeals to students whose interests go beyond the operation of devices Incidental Fees: $10 and equipment in their environment and extends to the challenges of understanding Total: $3,890 and analyzing the action and interaction of internal components. Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. Students acquire basic fundamentals and take general education courses during the first two levels. In Levels 03 and 04, students develop the technical skills and expertise required by many of the more sophisticated areas of these industries. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The curriculum covers core courses in electrical principles, codes, circuitry, control OACETT (Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and systems, and machinery. Students also study telecommunications, electronics, Technologists) conditionally recognizes this program as meeting all the academic instrumentation, and robotics. The program includes a strong practical component. requirements for certification in the Certified Technician (CTech) category. Graduates Lectures typically introduce a new area of study and are immediately followed by and final-year students are immediately eligible to be registered as Associate practical experiments to further strengthen the student’s knowledge base. members of OACETT upon submission of the Graduate Application form available After completing one additional mathematics course, graduates are eligible to enter through the Placement Office or OACETT. Additional requirements to become fully Level 05 of the Electrical Engineering Technology program. certified (work experience, the OACETT Professional Practice Examination, peer references, etc.) will be requested once the application has been received.SUCCESS FACTORS Requirements for certification are the jurisdiction of OACETT. This program is well-suited for students who: For more information, please contact Frank Bowick, Program Coordinator, at • Enjoy applying physical and chemical laws and practising logic to find 613-727-4723 ext. 5987 or solutions to physical problems. bowickf@algonquincollege.com. • Seek variety and opportunity in their career. • Have strong observational and analytical skills. PROGRAM OF STUDY LEVEL: 01 HOURS Career Options DAT8942 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS – ELECTRICAL 45.0 Graduates may find employment in design and testing, manufacturing, ELE8909 ELECTRICAL PRINCIPLES I 90.0 installation and/or supervision, diagnostics and analysis of electrical, ELE8913 CODES AND REGULATIONS 45.0 communication, utilities and fire protection equipment and systems. ELE8919 ACHIEVING SUCCESS IN THE 21ST CENTURY 45.0 ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 MAT8100 ESSENTIAL MATHEMATICS 45.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS LEVEL: 02 HOURS DAT8921 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING 45.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. ELE8921 ELECTROMAGNETIC CONTROL 75.0 College Eligibility ELE8922A ELECTRICAL PRINCIPLES – II 90.0 ELE8923 ELECTRICAL MACHINERY 90.0 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an PHY8201 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY 45.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, LEVEL: 03 HOURS or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility ELE8930 ELECTRONICS 105.0 for admission; OR ELE8932 PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS 90.0 • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR ELE8944 BUILDING ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS WITH AUTOCAD 60.0 • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR MAT8101 DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS 45.0 • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school Choose one from equivalencies: diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic GED0317 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. LEVEL: 04 HOURS Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. ELE8931 INSTRUMENTATION 60.0 ELE8940 INDUSTRIAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS 75.0 Program Eligibility ELE8941 ROBOTICS AND CONTROLS 60.0 • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). ENL1819T REPORTING TECHNICAL INFORMATION 60.0 • Mathematics, Grade 12 MCT4C (or Grade 11 MCR3U) or equivalent is Elective: choose 1 required. Applicants with Grade 12 MAP4C with 60% minimum (or Grade 11 ELE8945 DISTRIBUTED ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 45.0 MCF3M) will be required to take additional preparatory mathematics as part of ELE8946 FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS 45.0 their program of study. • Applicants who have been out of school for a period of time are encouraged to take a refresher course in mathematics prior to the start of classes. Refresher/ upgrading courses are available through the Academic Upgrading courses, Part-time Studies courses and through local school boards. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. 43 School of Advanced Technology
  • ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011 0318X01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 313PROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma program prepares graduates for OACETT (Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and career paths in the electrical, communications, manufacturing, electrical utilities, Technologists) conditionally recognizes this program as meeting all of the academic and protection fields. The program appeals to students who enjoy the challenge of requirements for certification in the Certified Engineering Technologist (CET) or solving problems ranging from how to connect and troubleshoot circuits, to the Applied Science Technologist (AScT) category. Graduates and final-year students analysis, synthesis, and design of electrical and electronic systems. Students learn are immediately eligible to be registered as Associate members of OACETT upon how to apply practical experience, knowledge, mathematics, computer skills, and to submission of the Graduate Application form available through the Placement find and evaluate solutions. Office or OACETT. Additional requirements to become certified (work experience, Students acquire basic fundamentals during the first two levels. In Levels 03 and the OACETT Professional Practice Examination, the OACETT Technology Report, 04, students develop the skills required by many of the more sophisticated areas of peer references, etc.) will be requested once the application has been received. these industries. In Levels 05 and 06, students study the design of equipment, Requirements for certification are the jurisdiction of OACETT. processes, and systems, interpret and prepare specifications, technical drawings, For more information, please contact Frank Bowick, Program Coordinator, at and instructions, prepare estimates and manage projects. Students are required to 613-727-4723 ext. 5987 or take general education courses in most levels. bowickf@algonquincollege.com. The curriculum covers core courses in electrical principles, codes, circuitry, control systems, computer applications and machinery. Students also study telecommunications, electronics, instrumentation, and robotics. Core electives in PROGRAM OF STUDY the fourth, fifth, and sixth terms allow students to specialize in a utilities area or a LEVEL: 01 HOURS more general stream that emphasizes controls. This is reinforced by the DAT8942 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS – ELECTRICAL 45.0 requirement to complete a design or analysis project under the guidance of a ELE8909 ELECTRICAL PRINCIPLES I 90.0 faculty advisor. ELE8913 CODES AND REGULATIONS 45.0 ELE8919 ACHIEVING SUCCESS IN THE 21ST CENTURY 45.0 The program includes a strong practical component. Lectures typically introduce a ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 new area of study and are immediately followed by practical experiments to further MAT8100 ESSENTIAL MATHEMATICS 45.0 strengthen the student’s knowledge base. LEVEL: 02 HOURS DAT8921 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING 45.0SUCCESS FACTORS ELE8921 ELECTROMAGNETIC CONTROL 75.0 ELE8922A ELECTRICAL PRINCIPLES – II 90.0 This program is well-suited for students who: ELE8923 ELECTRICAL MACHINERY 90.0 • Enjoy applying physical and chemical laws and practising logic to find PHY8201 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY 45.0 solutions to physical problems. LEVEL: 03 HOURS • Seek variety and opportunity in their career. ELE8930 ELECTRONICS 105.0 • Have strong observational and analytical skills. ELE8932 PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS 90.0 ELE8944 BUILDING ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS WITH AUTOCAD 60.0 Career Options MAT8101 DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS 45.0 Graduates may find employment in design and testing, manufacturing, Choose one from equivalencies: GED0318 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 installation and/or supervision, diagnostics and analysis of electrical, communication, utilities and fire protection equipment and systems. LEVEL: 04 HOURS ELE8931 INSTRUMENTATION 60.0 ELE8940 INDUSTRIAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS 75.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ELE8941 ENL1819T ROBOTICS AND CONTROLS REPORTING TECHNICAL INFORMATION 60.0 60.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. MAT8102 INTEGRAL CALCULUS 45.0 Elective: choose 1 Program Eligibility ELE8945 DISTRIBUTED ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 45.0 • Successful completion of Algonquin’s Electrical Engineering Technician program ELE8946 FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS 45.0 or equivalent. Plus the specified additional math courses. This leads to admission LEVEL: 05 HOURS to Level 05 of this program. Applicants who have not completed the Electrical CAM8302E MICROCOMPUTER INTERFACING 45.0 Engineering Technician program may be given departmental approval to register ELE8956 ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT DESIGN 60.0 for some courses in the Technology program, provided all prerequisites have ELE8957 WORKPLACE SUCCESS STRATEGIES 45.0 been completed. MAT8103 ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 45.0 Elective: choose 1 Approximate 1st Year Costs ELE8958 PROTECTION AND CONTROL 75.0 Tuition/Fees: $2,980 ELE8959 MECHANICAL-ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS INTEGRATION 75.0 Books/Supplies: $900 Choose one from equivalencies: Incidental Fees: $10 GED0318 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 Total: $3,890 LEVEL: 06 HOURS Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. DAT8933 ADVANCED COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 45.0 ELE8961 PROJECT - CONSTRUCTION AND REPORTING 90.0 ELE8966 ADVANCED BUILDING ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 60.0 ENG8344E CONTROL SYSTEMS 45.0 Elective: choose 1 ELE8965 MICROCONTROLLER APPLICATIONS 75.0 ELE8967 ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT 75.0School of Advanced Technology 44
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) ELECTRO-MECHANICAL ENGINEERING OFFERED IN FALL 2010, WINTER 2011 AND SPRING 2011 UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 313 TECHNICIAN – ROBOTICS – 0550X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION Program Eligibility • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). This two-year Ontario College Diploma program provides students with the • Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent, is required). technical skills required to repair and modify automated equipment used in the home automation, retail, manufacturing, gaming, security, medical, and energy Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, sectors. Robotics technicians acquire knowledge in many aspects of electronics and applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mechanics including: programmable logic devices (PLD), programmable integrated mathematics. circuits (PIC), programmable logic controllers (PLC), computer-aided design (CAD), computer numerical control (CNC), motor controls, programming embedded Approximate 1st Year Costs systems, machine tool operations and fluid power. Tuition/Fees: $2,980 The program is delivered in a professor-assisted, self-directed learning Books/Supplies: $1,950 environment. Courses consist of a series of modules comprised of hands-on labs Incidental Fees: $291 and assignments. With intakes in the Fall, Winter, and Summer terms, this year- Total: $5,221 round program can be completed in four consecutive terms (or in the traditional Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. two-year format) and provides greater flexibility for students than other conventional programs. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The Robotics program is continually under review to address the needs of an ever- changing industry. Graduates enjoy many rewards including personal satisfaction For more information, please contact S. Ryan, Program Coordinator, at and exciting career opportunities. 613-727-4723 ext. 5798 or ryans@algonquincollege.com.SUCCESS FACTORS This program is well-suited for students who: PROGRAM OF STUDY • Are self-motivated. LEVEL: 01 HOURS • Enjoy working with their hands. DAT9102 TECHNOLOGY AS A USEFUL TOOL 45.0 • Have good oral and written communication skills and work well with others. ELN8613 BASIC ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLY 30.0 • Like problem solving through troubleshooting. ELN9103 DC AND AC ELECTRONICS 135.0 • Are looking for a comprehensive and challenging career. MAT8050 GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY 45.0 ROB8201 PNEUMATICS 45.0 WEL9107 WELDING – OXYACETYLENE AND ARC 45.0 Career Options LEVEL: 02 HOURS Upon graduation, an EMET – robotics technician has a range in the types of CAD9101 COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN AND COMPUTER NUMERICAL jobs that are available. Graduates from this program can be found repairing, CONTROL 60.0 adapting, and performing preventative maintenance in the following areas: ELN9192 CIRCUIT APPLICATIONS 90.0 • electronics ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 • alternate energy, power plants MAC9200 MACHINE SHOP 90.0 • automating environmental processes PHY9181 PHYSICS AND HISTORY 45.0 • automation of outdated machinery LEVEL: 03 HOURS • producing drawings using Computer Aided Design (AutoCAD ) ELN8303 DIGITAL LOGIC ANALYSIS 135.0 • Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) ELN9203 MICROCONTROLLERS 60.0 • Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machinery ELN9211 DC AND AC MOTOR CONTROLS 45.0 ROB8311 ELECTRO-PNEUMATICS 60.0 • aerospace • automobile manufacturing Choose one from equivalencies: • medical facilities GED0550 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 LEVEL: 04 HOURS These are just some of the many dynamic and fast-paced environments that may be available to you as an electro-mechanical technician – robotics. ELN9204 MICROCONTROLLER INTERFACING AND PROGRAMMING 75.0 ELN9206 MECHANISMS 30.0 ELN9207 PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS 60.0 ENL1819T REPORTING TECHNICAL INFORMATION 60.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ROB9205 INDUSTRIAL ROBOT FUNDAMENTALS 60.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. College Eligibility • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility for admission; OR • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. 45 School of Advanced Technology
  • GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS ONTARIO COLLEGE GRADUATE CERTIFICATE (1 YEAR) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 1588X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Geographic information systems (GIS) technologies are used to acquire, analyze and For more information, please visit the department’s website at present spatial data in an ever-increasing number of disciplines, from archaeology algonquincollege.com/gis. to zoology, in both the private and public sector. This Ontario College Graduate Certificate program is a one-year program of study (three consecutive terms) designed to introduce GIS technologies and concepts to individuals who have PROGRAM OF STUDY previously obtained a degree or diploma in a related field. LEVEL: 01 HOURS GIS4101 GIS 1: INTRODUCTION TO VECTOR GIS 60.0 Topic areas include GIS, cartography, remote sensing, programming and application GIS4105 DIGITAL MAP COMPILATION 60.0 customization, database design, and web GIS. The focus in Level 01 is on data GIS4107 VISUAL PROGRAMMING 60.0 acquisition while the following levels focus on spatial analysis, data presentation, GIS4108 MAPS AND GEOGRAPHIC DATA COLLECTION 75.0 interface customization and project management. Level 03 includes web GIS and an GIS4109 DATA AND DATA REPRESENTATION 60.0 independent GIS project course. While students spend most of their time working LEVEL: 02 HOURS on the computer using application software, editing data, or programming, some GIS4201 GIS 2: ANALYTICAL GIS 60.0 coursework explores design issues, spatial statistics and project planning. GIS4203 DATABASE DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT 60.0 GIS4204 INTRODUCTION TO REMOTE SENSING 60.0SUCCESS FACTORS GIS4207 GIS CUSTOMIZATION 1 60.0 GIS4209 GIS APPLICATIONS AND MODELLING 30.0 This program is well-suited for students who: GIS4210 CARTOGRAPHIC DESIGN AND VISUALIZATION 45.0 • Have an aptitude for computer technology. LEVEL: 03 HOURS • Are able to analyze, evaluate and apply relevant information from a variety of GIS4304 REMOTE SENSING 2 48.0 sources. GIS4307 GIS CUSTOMIZATION 2 60.0 • Have a strong sense for spatial relationships. GIS4308 WEB GIS APPLICATIONS 60.0 • Use a variety of thinking skills to anticipate and solve problems. GIS4309 GIS PROJECT 84.0 Career Options Graduates of this program may find employment in organizations such as utility/resource management companies, survey/engineering/environmental firms, software companies, or municipal, provincial, or federal agencies. They may seek employment in jobs where GIS is a tool used within the discipline of their previous degree or diploma. Graduates may also find employment where information technology is the primary focus. The implementation of GIS in various business environments is growing rapidly. It is anticipated that there will be increased employment opportunities for GIS graduates in this sector.ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. Program Eligibility • Applicants must have a two- or three-year Ontario College Diploma or university degree in a related field, or equivalent with department approval. • Applicants must also achieve a grade of C or higher on a writing test administered by the Test Centre for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. • Applicants with International transcripts must provide proof of TOEFL score of Internet-based (iBT)-overall 88, with minimum of 22 in each component, or equivalent. • Programming experience is not a requirement for this program of study; however, applicants are encouraged to acquire basic programming experience prior to the start of the program of study. Approximate Program Costs Tuition/Fees: $12,470 Books/Supplies: $1,285 Incidental Fees: $0 Total: $13,755 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees.School of Advanced Technology 46
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE GRADUATE CERTIFICATE (1 YEAR) GREEN ARCHITECTURE OFFERED IN FALL 2010 1501X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This Ontario College Graduate Certificate program offers students an opportunity to For more information, please contact Chris Hewett, Program Coordinator, at broaden their existing skills to compete in the burgeoning field of alternative 613-727-4723 ext. 5889 or technologies related to eco-friendly (green) architecture. Students are exposed to a specialized range of technologies that reduce the environmental impact of human hewettc@algonquincollege.com. habitation and commercial activity. The curriculum includes courses in materials and methods designed to provide sustainable energy conservation improvements, PROGRAM OF STUDY reduce reliance on fossil fuels and harness the energy resources of the sun, wind LEVEL: 01 HOURS and water. Design factors related to eco-friendly construction, such as, building ARC1510 ECO DESIGN 60.0 orientation to maximize the use of renewable resources and the use of renewable ARC1511 SUSTAINABLE METHODS AND MATERIALS 45.0 building materials, build on the students’ existing knowledge base. ARC1512 SITE ASSESSMENT AND ANALYSIS 45.0 ARC1522 PROJECT DOCUMENTATION AND PRESENTATION SKILLS 60.0 The field of green architecture is a natural result of the growth of building ARC8480 ADVANCED BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING 45.0 technology. Increases in the cost of carbon-based fuels and an increased BSC8456 SOLAR ENERGY DESIGN 45.0 awareness of their impact on the environment make this program an attractive MGT1510 INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABLE PROJECT MANAGEMENT 45.0 option for current and graduate students from a variety of building and construction- LEVEL: 02 HOURS related programs. The program builds capacity and adds depth to the knowledge of ARC1520 FINAL DESIGN PROJECT 60.0 students and workers in this field allowing them to specialize in, or broaden, their ARC1521 FINAL DESIGN PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION expertise. ECONOMICS 45.0 Graduates can evaluate and analyze current practices in building design and ARC1523 STANDARDS AND ACCREDITATION 45.0 assume a leadership role in the planning and application of complex, non-routine ARC1524 SUSTAINABLE METHODS AND MATERIALS II 45.0 technologies related to architecture. Typically, graduates work as technicians, BSC1510 POWER GENERATION 45.0 BSC1520 THE HEALTHY HOUSE 45.0 technologists, consultants, and specialized practitioners in architectural, MGT1520 BUSINESS PRINCIPLES FOR SMALL FIRMS 45.0 construction and design firms and related industries.SUCCESS FACTORS This program is well-suited for students who: • Want access to more career options. • Enjoy a hands-on approach to learning about sustainable design and the green architecture industry. • Want to make a difference in the environmental impact of how buildings are designed, built and used. Career Options Graduates may find employment with architects, engineers and contractors, and in municipal, provincial and federal agencies concerned with construction, real estate and facilities management.ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. Program Eligibility • An Ontario College Advanced Diploma in Architectural Technology. • An Ontario College Diploma in Architectural Technician, Building Construction Technician, Interior Design or Interior Decorating. • This is an applied program that builds on skills learned in previous studies or in the workplace. Applicants without a community college diploma or degree may be cosidered on an invididual basis. Approximate 1st Year Costs Tuition/Fees: $4,473 Books/Supplies: $1,100 Incidental Fees: $180 Total: $5,753 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. 47 School of Advanced Technology
  • INTERNET APPLICATIONS AND WEB DEVELOPMENT ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) (FORMERLY INTERNET APPLICATION PROGRAMMER) – OFFERED FALL 2010 / CO-OP OPTION AVAILABLE 3002X01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 314PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Approximate 1st Year Costs This two-year Ontario College Diploma program is designed to provide students Tuition/Fees: $2,980 with an education in Internet technologies, Internet programming, and the analysis Books/Supplies: $850 and design of enterprise Internet applications solutions interacting with databases. Incidental Fees: $194 The program prepares students as Internet project architects with an expertise for Total: $4,024 developing software applications, such as e-commerce websites and specialized intranet solutions. Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. Students study topics in internetworking, TCP/IP and TCP/IP services, databases, web development, HTML and other higher-level meta tag markup languages, client ADDITIONAL INFORMATION side and server side scripting languages, systems and network security, Internet The curriculum for this program is reviewed annually to reflect evolving industry project management, e-commerce, middleware products and multi-tiered web standards in the information technology field. applications. The final semester project involves the development of a multi-tiered web application suitable for an Internet/intranet environment. For more information regarding this program, please email: Students who maintain a college-prescribed academic standing and who possess coordiap@algonquincollege.com or visit our departmental website at the appropriate level of business communications skills can take part in a algonquincollege.com/sat/cs. cooperative placement at the end of Level 03. Students participate in two 15-week This program is also offered through Distance Education. paid work terms before returning for their final level.SUCCESS FACTORS PROGRAM OF STUDY LEVEL: 01 HOURS This program is well-suited for students who: CST8110 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 75.0 • Enjoy working with computers. CST8209 WEB PROGRAMMING I 75.0 • Have good problem-solving and analytical skills. CST8260 DATABASE SYSTEM AND CONCEPTS 60.0 • Like to work with the Internet. ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 • Are curious and well-organized. MAT8001 MATH FUNDAMENTALS 45.0 MGT8100 CAREER AND COLLEGE SUCCESS SKILLS 45.0 Career Options LEVEL: 02 HOURS CST8250 DATABASE DESIGN AND ADMINISTRATION 75.0 Graduates of this program may work as team members to analyze business CST8253 WEB PROGRAMMING II 60.0 requirements, design, develop, and implement appropriate web solutions to CST8254 NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS 75.0 the user community, assist with the acquisition, installation, use and CST8255 WEB IMAGING AND ANIMATIONS 60.0 troubleshooting of Internet applications and Internet services on a variety of Choose one from equivalencies: platforms. GED3002 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 Typical occupations toward which the program is directed include web LEVEL: 03 HOURS administrator, Internet application developer, web application architect, web CST8256 WEB PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES I 75.0 programmer, e-Commerce architect, e-Commerce developer and web CST8257 WEB APPLICATIONS DEVELOPMENT 75.0 specialist. CST8258 WEB PROJECT MANAGEMENT 45.0 ENL1819T REPORTING TECHNICAL INFORMATION 60.0 WKT8100 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION WORK TERM PREPARATION 15.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Choose one from equivalencies: GED3002 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. Co-op option: with departmental approval College Eligibility WKT8101 WORK TERM I • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an WKT8102 WORK TERM II OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, LEVEL: 04 HOURS or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility CST8259 WEB PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES II 75.0 for admission; OR CST8265 WEB SECURITY BASICS 75.0 • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR CST8267 e-COMMERCE 60.0 CST8268 PROJECT 60.0 • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic achievement testing for which a fee of $40(subject to change) will be charged. Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. Program Eligibility • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). • Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent, is required). Please note: Applicants are encouraged to acquire basic computer skills such as keyboard proficiency and the use of an office software suite (word processing and spreadsheets, etc.) prior to the start of the program. Programming experience is not a requirement to enter the program. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.School of Advanced Technology 48
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING OFFERED IN FALL 2010 UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 314 TECHNOLOGY – 0010X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION Approximate 1st Year Costs Through a combination of theory and laboratory instruction, this three-year Ontario Tuition/Fees: $2,980 College Advanced Diploma program equips students to apply scientific and Books/Supplies: $1,600 engineering principles to solve mechanical engineering problems. Incidental Fees: $10 Graduates of this program are able to: create, modify and improve engineering Total: $4,590 designs using conventional and computer-based methods; perform engineering Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. tests that support product development; use computer-aided engineering (CAE) software/systems to conduct engineering design and analysis; design and troubleshoot automated control systems; design specialized jigs and fixtures; and ADDITIONAL INFORMATION analyze problems involving machine design, fluid dynamics, thermodynamics and This Full-time day program is offered on the Woodroffe Campus and the heat transfer. Indo-Canadian School of Advanced Technology in Faridabad, India. Third-year students have an opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and OACETT (Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and problem-solving skills in a simulated industrial setting by completing a design Technologists) conditionally recognizes this program as meeting all the academic project under the guidance of faculty. requirements for certification in the Certified Engineering Technologist (CET) or Applied Science Technologist (AScT) category. Graduates and final-year studentsSUCCESS FACTORS are immediately eligible to be registered as Associate members of OACETT upon This program is well-suited for students who: submission of the Graduate Application form available through the Placement • Enjoy learning activities and assume responsibility for the time and effort Office or OACETT. Additional requirements to become fully certified (work required. experience, the OACETT Professional Practice Examination, peer references, etc.) • Are intrigued by the mysteries of the world. will be requested once the application has been received. Requirements for • Are eager to discover applications of functions and relations, physics and certification are the jurisdiction of OACETT. chemistry. For more information, please contact K. Jessome, Program Coordinator, at • Seek a well-rounded education leading to multiple career opportunities in a 613-727-4723 ext. 3422 or variety of industries. Ken.Jessome@algonquincollege.com. Career Options PROGRAM OF STUDY Graduates of this program may find employment in the manufacturing, aerospace and transportation industries. Graduates may be involved in: LEVEL: 01 HOURS product design and product testing; electronics and computer manufacturing; CHE8087 MODELS AND MATTER 45.0 automation and control systems/processes; and many other jobs that DRA8360 COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING 60.0 ENG8307 STATICS 60.0 involve the transmission of power and energy in mechanical systems. ENG8313 MEASUREMENT PRINCIPLES 45.0 GEN0013 ETHICS IN THE WORKPLACE 45.0 MAT8100 ESSENTIAL MATHEMATICS 45.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS MFG8326 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES 30.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. LEVEL: 02 HOURS CAM8313 INTRODUCTION TO C LANGUAGE 45.0 College Eligibility DRA8361 COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN 45.0 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an ELE8213 BASIC ELECTRICITY 45.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, ENG8308 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS I 60.0 or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 for admission; OR MAC8519 MANUFACTURING TECHNIQUES I 60.0 • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR MAT8101 DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS 45.0 WEL8520 WELDING 30.0 • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school Choose one from equivalencies: diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic GED0010 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. LEVEL: 03 HOURS CAM8317 COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING 45.0 Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. ELN8299 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICITY 45.0 Program Eligibility ENG8306 MATERIALS SCIENCE 45.0 • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). ENG8309 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS II 75.0 ENG8310 DYNAMICS 60.0 • Mathematics, Grade 12 MCT4C (or Grade 11 MCR3U) or equivalent is ENG8320 FLUID MECHANICS 60.0 required. Applicants with Grade 12 MAP4C with 60% minimum (or Grade 11 MAT8102 INTEGRAL CALCULUS 45.0 MCF3M) will be required to take additional preparatory mathematics as part of LEVEL: 04 HOURS their program of study. DRA8362 COMPUTER-AIDED ENGINEERING 45.0 • Any physics and/or chemistry course(s) is recommended. DSN8300 TOOL DESIGN 45.0 Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, ELN8298 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS 60.0 applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and ENG8305 METALLURGY AND POLYMERS 75.0 mathematics. ENG8311 DYNAMICS OF MACHINERY I 45.0 ENG8321 THERMODYNAMICS 60.0 MAT8103 ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 45.0 49 School of Advanced Technology
  • MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 TECHNOLOGY – 0010X01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 314LEVEL: 05 HOURSCAM8302M MICROCOMPUTER INTERFACING 45.0ENG8312 DYNAMICS OF MACHINERY II 45.0ENG8315 MACHINE DESIGN AND ANALYSIS I 60.0ENG8322 THERMOFLUIDS 45.0ENG8385 PROJECT – SPECIFICATIONS AND PLANNING I 30.0ENL8380M ENGINEERING REPORT PLANNING 15.0ROB8305M PNEUMATICS/HYDRAULICS/AUTOMATION 75.0Choose one from equivalencies:GED0010 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0LEVEL: 06 HOURSENG8314 MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS 45.0ENG8316 MACHINE DESIGN AND ANALYSIS II 60.0ENG8323 HEAT TRANSFER 45.0ENG8344M CONTROL SYSTEMS 45.0ENG8396 PROJECT – PLANNING AND REPORTING II 15.0ENL8390M ENGINEERING REPORT PRESENTATION 30.0School of Advanced Technology 50
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN – TOOLMAKING OFFERED IN FALL 2010 UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 314 0054X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This two-year Ontario College Diploma program is designed to provide students This Full-time day program is offered on the Woodroffe Campus and the Indo- with the knowledge and skills for a career in tool and die making. Students are Canadian School of Advanced Technology in Faridabad, India. trained in tool and die making, computer numerically controlled (CNC) machining, OACETT (Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), and computer-aided drafting and design Technologists) conditionally recognizes this program as meeting all the academic (CADD). requirements for certification in the Certified Technician (CTech) category. In Levels 01 and 02, students learn basic hands-on skills including general Graduates and final-year students are immediately eligible to be registered as machining techniques required to set up and operate all standard machine tools for Associate members of OACETT upon submission of the Graduate Application form the manufacture of parts from blueprint specifications. Level 03 students participate available through the Placement Office or OACETT. Additional requirements to in a work placement in the industry and attend the College two days a week. become fully certified (work experience, the OACETT Professional Practice (Although every effort is made to place students, space is determined by industry Examination, peer references, etc.) will be requested once the application has been representatives and availability.) In Levels 04 and 05, students use a variety of received. Requirements for certification are the jurisdiction of OACETT. computer software applications to draw, design and program CNC machines and For more information, please contact Richard Lacelle, Program Coordinator, at the application of these skills on jigs, fixtures, and punch and die work. 613-727-4723 ext. 2414 or Graduates are eligible to write exemption tests for specified trades. acellr@algonquincollege.com.SUCCESS FACTORS PROGRAM OF STUDY This program is well-suited for students who: LEVEL: 01 HOURS • Are capable of learning new skills with minimum instruction. DRA8202 MECHANICAL DRAFTING CAD 30.0 • Have an appreciation for precise work. DRA8250 BLUEPRINT READING 1 30.0 • Are interested in observing the development of complex parts. ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 • Demonstrate proper work ethics. MAC8205 MACHINING TECHNIQUES I – THEORY 45.0 MAC8251 MACHINING TECHNIQUES I – APPLICATIONS 90.0 Career Options MAT8050 MGT8100 GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY CAREER AND COLLEGE SUCCESS SKILLS 45.0 45.0 Graduates may find employment with manufacturing firms, machine shops, SAF0003 MANUFACTURING SAFETY 15.0 or research and development labs. Positions with these companies include LEVEL: 02 HOURS tool and die makers, mold makers, CNC programmers and operators, pattern CAD8510 COMPUTER-AIDED MODELLING 30.0 makers, quality controllers and process planners, mechanical designers/ DRA8252 BLUEPRINT READING II 30.0 draftspersons, tool designers and specialized salespersons. MAC8202 MACHINING TECHNIQUES II – THEORY 60.0 MAC8252 MACHINING TECHNIQUES II – APPLICATIONS 135.0 MAT8051 ALGEBRA 45.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS LEVEL: 03 HOURS Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. CAM8201 COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL – THEORY 16.0 CAM8251 COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL – APPLICATIONS 24.0 College Eligibility Elective: choose 1 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an MAC8253 PROJECT PLANNING/APPLICATIONS 92.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, MAC8273 ON-THE-JOB TRAINING 92.0 or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility LEVEL: 04 HOURS for admission; OR CAM8501 CNC PART PROGRAMMING – THEORY 45.0 • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR CAM8505 CNC PART PROGRAMMING – LABORATORY 60.0 • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR DSN8515 TOOL DESIGN 30.0 • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school ENL1819T REPORTING TECHNICAL INFORMATION 60.0 diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic MFG8503 TOOLMAKING TECHNIQUES – APPLICATIONS 120.0 achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. MFG8523 TOOLMAKING TECHNIQUES – THEORY 45.0 Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. Choose one from equivalencies: GED0054 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 Program Eligibility LEVEL: 05 HOURS • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). CAD8512 COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN 30.0 • Mathematics, Grade 12 MAP4C with 60% minimum (Grade 11 MCF3M) or CAM8502 COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING – THEORY 30.0 equivalent, is required. CAM8506 COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING – LAB 60.0 MFG8504 TOOL AND DIE TECHNIQUES – APPLICATIONS 120.0 Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, SCI8400 UNDERSTANDING MODERN MATERIALS 45.0 applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. Approximate 1st Year Costs Tuition/Fees: $2,980 Books/Supplies: $650 Incidental Fees: $105 Total: $3,735 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. 51 School of Advanced Technology
  • MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN – ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 TOOLMAKING – (CO-OP/APPRENTICE/DIPLOMA) – 0054C08FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and This two-year Ontario College Diploma program is designed to provide student mathematics. apprentices with the knowledge and skills required for a career in tool and die making or general machinist. Approximate 1st Year Costs Students are trained in the use of all standard manual machine tools including Tuition/Fees: $2,980 lathes, vertical and horizontal milling machines, surface and cylindrical grinders, Books/Supplies: $650 and jig bores. Students also learn computer-aided drafting and design (CADD) and Incidental Fees: $105 computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), and build multiple projects on both manual Total: $3,735 and computer numerical control (CNC) machine tools. Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. In Levels 01 and 02, students learn basic hands-on skills on the bench and machining techniques required to set up and operate all standard manual machine tools. Students manufacture these parts and assemblies from industry-level ADDITIONAL INFORMATION engineering drawings and instructions from the professor. Level 02 students receive an introduction to basic manual programming of a CNC vertical machining center. OACETT (Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Students can also take an additional course from the Co-op Department on résumé Technologists) conditionally recognizes this program as meeting all the academic writing and interview skills. requirements for certification in the Certified Technician (CTech) category. Graduates and final-year students are immediately eligible to be registered as Associate After completing Level 02, students can participate in a fifteen-week paid co-op members of OACETT upon submission of the Graduate Application form available work term with an approved employer. (Although every effort is made to ensure the through the Placement Office or OACETT. Additional requirements to become fully employment of student apprentices, Algonquin College does not guarantee a certified (work experience, the OACETT Professional Practice Examination, peer placement.) references, etc.) will be requested once the application has been received. In Levels 03 and 04, students use a variety of software applications to design, Requirements for certification are the jurisdiction of OACETT. model, and produce parts on high-speed CNC vertical machining centers and CNC For more information, please contact Richard Lacelle, Program Coordinator, at lathes. 613-727-4723 ext. 2414 or Graduate apprentices fulfill all of the in-school training required for the trade of General Machinist and receive the Algonquin College two-year Ontario College lacellr@algonquincollege.com. Diploma and the Apprenticeship Training Certificate for the trade of General Machinist. PROGRAM OF STUDY LEVEL: 01 HOURSSUCCESS FACTORS DRA8202 MECHANICAL DRAFTING CAD 30.0 DRA8250 BLUEPRINT READING 1 30.0 This program is well-suited for students who: ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 • Are capable of learning new skills with minimum instruction. MAC8205 MACHINING TECHNIQUES I – THEORY 45.0 • Have an appreciation for precise work. MAC8251 MACHINING TECHNIQUES I – APPLICATIONS 90.0 • Are interested in observing the development of complex parts. MAT8050 GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY 45.0 • Demonstrate proper work ethics. MGT8100 CAREER AND COLLEGE SUCCESS SKILLS 45.0 SAF0003 MANUFACTURING SAFETY 15.0 Career Options LEVEL: 02 HOURS CAD8510 COMPUTER-AIDED MODELLING 30.0 Graduates may find employment with manufacturing firms, machine shops, CAM8201 COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL – THEORY 16.0 or research and development labs. Positions with these companies include CAM8251 COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL – APPLICATIONS 24.0 tool and die makers, mold makers, CNC programmers and operators, pattern DRA8252 BLUEPRINT READING II 30.0 makers, mill wrights, quality controllers and process planners, mechanical MAC8202 MACHINING TECHNIQUES II – THEORY 60.0 designers/draftspersons, tool designers and specialized salespersons. MAC8252 MACHINING TECHNIQUES II – APPLICATIONS 135.0 MAT8051 ALGEBRA 45.0 WKT8000 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION WORK TERM PREPARATION 15.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Co-op: 01 WKT0054 MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN – WORK PLACEMENT 570.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. LEVEL: 03 HOURS College Eligibility CAM8501 CNC PART PROGRAMMING – THEORY 45.0 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an CAM8505 CNC PART PROGRAMMING – LABORATORY 60.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, DSN8515 TOOL DESIGN 30.0 or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility ENL1819T REPORTING TECHNICAL INFORMATION 60.0 MFG8503 TOOLMAKING TECHNIQUES – APPLICATIONS 120.0 for admission; OR MFG8523 TOOLMAKING TECHNIQUES – THEORY 45.0 • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR Choose one from equivalencies: GED0054 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 • The Ministry of Training, College and Universities Apprenticeship Branch does not accept Mature Student Status as an entrance requirement for this LEVEL: 04 HOURS program. CAD8512 COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN 30.0 CAM8502 COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING – THEORY 30.0 Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. CAM8506 COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING – LAB 60.0 Program Eligibility MFG8504 TOOL AND DIE TECHNIQUES – APPLICATIONS 120.0 SCI8400 UNDERSTANDING MODERN MATERIALS 45.0 • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). • Mathematics, Grade 12 MAP4C with 60% minimum (or Grade 11 MCF3M) or equivalent, is required.School of Advanced Technology 52
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE CERTIFICATE (1 YEAR) MECHANICAL TECHNIQUES – PRECISION MACHINING – 0688X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This one-year Ontario College Certificate program is designed to train students in For more information, please contact Richard Lacelle, Program Coordinator, at the operation of a variety of precision metal removal tools from small hand tools to 613-727-4723 ext. 2414 or machine tools, such as, drill presses, lathes, milling machines and grinders. Students learn basic hands-on skills including general machining techniques that Richard.Lacelle@algonquincollege.com. are required to set up and operate all standard machine tools for the manufacturing of parts from blueprint specifications. Students are also introduced to computer- PROGRAM OF STUDY aided drafting and computer numerical control (CNC) machines. LEVEL: 01 HOURS In Level 03, students participate in a work placement in the industry while attending DRA8202 MECHANICAL DRAFTING CAD 30.0 the College two days a week. (Although every effort is made to place students, DRA8250 BLUEPRINT READING 1 30.0 space is determined by industry representatives and availability.) ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 MAC8205 MACHINING TECHNIQUES I – THEORY 45.0 Graduates are eligible for direct entry into Level 04 of the Mechanical Technician – MAC8251 MACHINING TECHNIQUES I – APPLICATIONS 90.0 Toolmaking program. MAT8050 GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY 45.0 MGT8100 CAREER AND COLLEGE SUCCESS SKILLS 45.0SUCCESS FACTORS SAF0003 MANUFACTURING SAFETY 15.0 LEVEL: 02 HOURS This program is well-suited for students who: CAD8510 COMPUTER-AIDED MODELLING 30.0 • Are capable of learning new skills with minimum instruction. DRA8252 BLUEPRINT READING II 30.0 • Have an appreciation for precise work. MAC8202 MACHINING TECHNIQUES II – THEORY 60.0 • Are interested in observing the development of complex parts. MAC8252 MACHINING TECHNIQUES II – APPLICATIONS 135.0 • Demonstrate proper work ethics. MAT8051 ALGEBRA 45.0 LEVEL: 03 HOURS Career Options CAM8201 COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL – THEORY 16.0 CAM8251 COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL – APPLICATIONS 24.0 Graduates may find employment as general machinists. They may also work in a variety of related occupations as industrial maintenance mechanics, Elective: choose 1 MAC8253 PROJECT PLANNING/APPLICATIONS 92.0 mechanical draftspersons, numerical control operators, tool and die maker MAC8273 ON-THE-JOB TRAINING 92.0 apprentices, mouldmaker apprentices, instrument makers, and tooling sales.ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. College Eligibility • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility for admission; OR • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. Program Eligibility • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). • Mathematics, Grade 12 MAP4C with 60% minimum (or Grade 11 MCF3M) or equivalent, is required). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. Approximate Program Costs Tuition/Fees: $3,015 Books/Supplies: $650 Incidental Fees: $105 Total: $3,770 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. 53 School of Advanced Technology
  • PHOTONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 314 6422X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and This three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma program provides students with mathematics. the knowledge and expertise to apply scientific and engineering principles to the analysis and operation of photonic equipment and photonic systems. Approximate 1st Year Costs Through a combination of theory and laboratory instruction, students learn how to Tuition/Fees: $2,980 analyze the operation and performance of lasers, optical systems, fiber optic Books/Supplies: $1,200 devices, telecommunications equipment, electronic packaging, computer vision Incidental Fees: $10 systems, and photonics manufacturing equipment. In addition, students gain the Total: $4,190 mathematical knowledge and problem-solving skills necessary to participate in the development and support of new photonic systems and technologies. Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. In the third year of the program, students must complete and defend a design/analysis project in a simulated industrial setting under the guidance of a faculty advisor. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION For more information, please contact Abdul Al-Azzawi, Program Coordinator, atSUCCESS FACTORS 613-727-4723 ext. 7266 or This program is well-suited for students who: Abdul.Al-Azzawi@algonquincollege.com. • Enjoy applying the laws of physics to solve problems. • Seek variety and opportunity in their career. PROGRAM OF STUDY • Are creative with a keen sense of entrepreneurship. LEVEL: 01 HOURS CST8711 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 60.0 Career Options ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 Graduates of this program may find employment in the telecommunications, GED8700 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND RENEWABLE ENERGY 45.0 MAT8100 ESSENTIAL MATHEMATICS 45.0 biotechnology, manufacturing, and aerospace industries. Graduates of this PHY8711 TRENDS IN PHOTONICS TECHNOLOGY 45.0 program are also ideal candidates to work in research, product development PHY8732 KINEMATICS/DYNAMICS 75.0 and product testing laboratories. LEVEL: 02 HOURS Graduates may work in any industry which uses lasers, fiber optics, optics ELN8730 ELECTRONIC FUNDAMENTALS 75.0 and optical systems, telecommunications, networks, computer image MAT8101 DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS 45.0 analysis, and control systems. PHY8714 TECHNOLOGY PRACTICES IN THE WORKPLACE 45.0 PHY8730 OPTICS AND WAVES 75.0 PHY8731 OPTICAL FIBRE PRINCIPLES 75.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS LEVEL: 03 HOURS Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. ELN8740 SEMICONDUCTORS AND LOGIC 75.0 MAT8102 INTEGRAL CALCULUS 45.0 College Eligibility MAT8740 STATISTICS FOR TECHNOLOGY 45.0 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an PHY8740 FUNDAMENTALS OF LIGHT EMISSION 75.0 PHY8741 MANUFACTURING PHOTONICS DEVICES 60.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility Choose one from equivalencies: for admission; OR GED6422 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR LEVEL: 04 HOURS • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR CST8720 MICROCOMPUTER INTERFACING 60.0 • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school MAT8103 ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 45.0 diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic PHY8742 OPTICAL FIBRE DEVICES 60.0 PHY8743 LASER SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY 60.0 achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. PHY8761 FIBER COMMUNICATIONS I 75.0 Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. Choose one from equivalencies: Program Eligibility GED6422 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). LEVEL: 05 HOURS • Mathematics, Grade 12 MCT4C (or Grade 11 MCR3U) or equivalent is ELN8750 CONTROL SYSTEMS 60.0 required. Applicants with Grade 12 MAP4C with 60% minimum (or Grade 11 ENL8380P ENGINEERING REPORT PLANNING 15.0 MCF3M) will be required to take additional preparatory mathematics as part of PHY2020 PHOTONICS PROJECT I 30.0 PHY8750 PHOTONICS AND BIOPHOTONICS SYSTEMS 60.0 their program of study. PHY8751 ADVANCED OPTICAL SYSTEMS 60.0 Please note: Applicants are encouraged to acquire basic computer skills such PHY8752 OPTO-ELECTRONIC DEVICES 60.0 as keyboard proficiency and the use of an office software suite (word processing, PHY8762 FIBER COMMUNICATIONS II 60.0 spreadsheets, etc.) prior to the start of the program. Programming experience is LEVEL: 06 HOURS not a requirement to enter the program. ENL8390P ENGINEERING REPORT PRESENTATION 30.0 Applicants who have been out of school for a period of time are encouraged to take GEN0013 ETHICS IN THE WORKPLACE 45.0 a refresher course in mathematics, such as MAT8000 Math Fundamentals, prior to PHY2021 PHOTONICS PROJECT II 45.0 PHY8753 LASER AND MATTER INTERACTION 60.0 the start of classes. Refresher/upgrading courses are also available through PHY8755 FLUID AND VACUUM SYSTEMS 45.0 Academic Upgrading courses, Part-time Studies courses and through local school PHY8756 HEAT TRANSFER 45.0 boards. PHY8757 COMPUTER VISION AND IMAGE PROCESSING 60.0School of Advanced Technology 54
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE GRADUATE CERTIFICATE (1 YEAR) TECHNICAL WRITER OFFERED IN FALL 2010 1182X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION Approximate 1st Year Costs This Ontario College Graduate Certificate program prepares students from a wide Tuition/Fees: $6,729 variety of diploma and degree programs for careers in the field of technical Books/Supplies: $1,050 communication. Incidental Fees: $0 While a proven ability in writing is a prerequisite for admission to the program, Total: $7,779 successful candidates are trained to communicate clear and accurate information to Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. online, print and real-time audiences. The spread of technology-based communications has created a high demand for qualified writers beyond the area of high technology in every field of industry and in the public sector. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION In addition to possessing advanced writing skills, technical communicators need well-developed abilities in research, analysis and organization. An essential part of For more information about the Technical Writer program, visit our website at a technical writer’s work is to provide efficient communication that an organization algonquincollege.com/sat/technicalWriter. can use to function effectively. Successful candidates are trained to gather relevant For more information about the field of technical communication, visit our product data and to produce technical documentation that meets the needs of international professional association, the Society for Technical Communication businesses and their clients. Students participate in small group projects and (STC) at collaborative activities within the program and across technology programs at the College. In addition to honing research, analysis and organizational skills, these stc.org. activities also refine the development of team skills prized in the workplace. This one-year program concludes with an onsite, practical workplace assignment PROGRAM OF STUDY which is typically arranged by the program coordinator. LEVEL: 01 HOURS TWR2000 TECHNICAL WRITING I 60.0SUCCESS FACTORS TWR2002 DESKTOP PUBLISHING 45.0 TWR2009 SELECTED TOPICS I 30.0 This program is well-suited for students who: TWR2010 DESIGNING TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION 30.0 • Possess advanced written and oral communication abilities. TWR2014 DOCUMENT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT 45.0 • Enjoy designing, developing, writing and refining online and print material. TWR2015 EDITING I 30.0 • Possess interpersonal skills for collaboration with colleagues. LEVEL: 02 HOURS • Enjoy researching, collecting, analyzing and organizing technical information. TWR2003 ONLINE DOCUMENTATION 45.0 • Function in a self-directed manner in a team environment. TWR2004 TECHNICAL WRITING II 60.0 • Organize their work and pay attention to detail. TWR2011 USABILITY IN PRODUCT DESIGN 30.0 • Enjoy using software tools to create documents and websites. TWR2012 WEB-BASED DOCUMENTATION 45.0 TWR2016 EDITING II 30.0 TWR2201 SELECTED TOPICS II 30.0 Career Options LEVEL: 03 HOURS Graduates from the Technical Writer program may be successful in finding WKT2000 PROJECT 45.0 work as writers, editors and documentation specialists. Canadian and international demand is high for qualified technical communicators in both the private and the public sectors. While most graduates from the program may work as employees in large organizations, some choose self- employment in the field.ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. Program Eligibility • For the Technical Writer program, applicants should ideally satisfy one of the two following conditions: – Successful completion of a university degree, with a strong showing in the courses for which high standards of writing are demanded. – Successful completion of a three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma, with a strong showing in the courses for which high standards of writing are demanded. • However, applicants possessing the following background will also be considered: – Successful completion of a two-year Ontario Community College Diploma, with a strong showing in the courses for which high standard of writing are demanded, paired with demonstration of significant experience in the workplace in the production of a variety of written communication products. 55 School of Advanced Technology
  • WATER AND WASTE WATER TECHNICIAN ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (45 WEEKS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 3014X04FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION Approximate Program Costs In response to recommendations in the Walkerton Commission of Inquiry reports, Tuition/Fees: $5,583 the Ontario government passed into law the most stringent training requirements in Books/Supplies: $1,940 North America for the water and waste water systems operators. The new operator Incidental Fees: $0 training and certification regulations under the Safe Drinking Water Act require Total: $7,523 operators to obtain the necessary knowledge to safely run Ontario’s water and waste water systems. Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. This Ontario College Diploma program provides students with the knowledge and skills required to secure rewarding careers working in, and serving, their local ADDITIONAL INFORMATION communities. The program is a practical blend of theory and practice. Many For more information, please contact Dr. Sean Beingessner, Program Coordinator, at courses, such as, chemistry, biology, and mechanical systems, include both a lab and practical component. 613-727-4723 ext. 5359 or beinges1@algonquincollege.com.SUCCESS FACTORS This program is well-suited for students who: PROGRAM OF STUDY • Enjoy paying attention to fine details without losing sight of the big picture. LEVEL: 01 HOURS • Care about ecology and public health issues and find related work to be ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 rewarding. GEN1005 ECOLOGY 45.0 • Want to work in a lab environment and in the field. GIS1003 GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS) 30.0 • Envision themselves as responsible, key members of an essential and MAT8001 MATH FUNDAMENTALS 45.0 indispensable team. WWT1000 WATER AND WASTE WATER CHEMISTRY 75.0 WWT1001 HYDRAULICS FOR WATER AND WASTE WATER 45.0 WWT1002 WATER AND WASTE WATER PLANT MAINTENANCE 1 60.0 Career Options LEVEL: 02 HOURS This program prepares students to become water and waste water treatment ENL1819T REPORTING TECHNICAL INFORMATION 60.0 operators. In addition, students completing this program are able to work as WWT2001 PREVENTING WATER-BORNE ILLNESSES 45.0 compliance officers and water analysts with municipal and provincial WWT2002 WATER AND WASTE WATER PLANT MAINTENANCE 2 75.0 governments, as well as, lab assistants in private and public laboratories. WWT2003 INDUSTRIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT 60.0 Other employment opportunities may include consulting engineering WWT2004 WATER AND WASTE WATER MICROBIOLOGY 75.0 WWT2100 WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 45.0 companies, construction companies, public inspection agencies, government departments (such as public works, transportation, environment, public health, Choose one from equivalencies: natural resources), industrial plants with waste water treatment facilities, GED3014 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 hydro electric and nuclear power generation stations, water filtration plants, LEVEL: 03 HOURS and water distribution plants. SAF8710 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 45.0 WWT3000 ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 60.0 WWT3001 WATER TREATMENT FOR WATER AND WASTE WATER 75.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS WWT3002 WWT3004 SEWAGE AND WASTE WATER TREATMENT WATER AND WASTE WATER OPERATIONS 75.0 30.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. WWT3103 WATER AND WASTE WATER SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS 75.0 Choose one from equivalencies: College Eligibility GED3014 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility for admission; OR • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. Program Eligibility • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C, or equivalent, is required). • Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent, is required). • Biology, Grade 11 (SBI3C or equivalent, is recommended). • Chemistry, Grade 12 (SCH4C or equivalent is recommended). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English, mathematics, biology and chemistry.School of Advanced Technology 56
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) WIRELESS/MOBILITY TELECOMMUNICATION OFFERED IN FALL 2010 – CO-OP PROGRAM UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 314 ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN – 1190X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION Please note: Applicants are encouraged to acquire basic computer skills such as keyboard proficiency and the use of an office software suite (word processing, This Ontario College Diploma program prepares students for entry into the lucrative spreadsheets, etc.) prior to the start of the program. Programming experience is not wireless/mobility industry. Students have the opportunity to develop essential skills a requirement to enter the program. and knowledge, beginning with electronics fundamentals and leading up to the current state-of-the-art wireless and related telecommunications technologies. Applicants who have been out of school for a period of time are encouraged to take a refresher course in mathematics, such as MAT8000 Math Fundamentals, prior to Students explore very large scale integration (VLSI) components, materials, the start of classes. Refresher/upgrading courses are also available through specifications, and standards associated with mobile and fixed communications Academic Upgrading courses, Part-time Studies courses and through local school devices. Students are also exposed to wireless backhaul, wireless access systems, boards. wireless platforms for communication systems integration, and the technologies to facilitate mobile multi-player gaming and computing. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places; applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and Graduates of this program are well-positioned to support and maintain the ongoing mathematics. needs of organizations and institutions that use wireless and mobile protocols to fulfill their telecommunications needs. Moreover, their strong foundation in the Students who maintain an academic GPA of 2.5 or better in each of the two underlying technological principles helps graduates remain current with the rapidly academic terms leading up to a co-op term may register in the co-op program. expanding knowledge base within this fast-paced field. There are two optional co-op periods offered during the Spring term; the first, after Level 02 and the second after Level 04. Both must be completed to graduate Qualified students have the opportunity to participate in a cooperative employment as a technician with co-op experience. placement in the expanding wireless industry. While employed, students gain invaluable experience and insight into the wireless/mobility industry while earning a reasonable salary. Approximate 1st Year Costs Tuition/Fees: $2,980SUCCESS FACTORS Books/Supplies: $1,200 Incidental Fees: $140 This program is well-suited for students who: Total: $4,320 • Like analyzing and solving problems. Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. • Enjoy working in a dynamically-driven environment. • Enjoy a hands-on approach to learning the information and communications technology (ICT) industry. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Students enrolled in this program and accepted into the Canadian Navy are eligible Career Options for participation in the Canadian Forces Non Commisioned Member – Subsidized Wireless application development specialist, pre- and post-telecommunications Education Plan (NCM-SEP). For more details, please visit sales and support analyst, wireless network maintenance technician, forces.ca. wireless network installation specialist, naval technician – sonar, radar and communications. For more information, please contact Gerry Crichlow, Program Coordinator, at Entry-level positions may include wireless network installation and repair 613-727-4723 ext. 3472 or technician, base station technician, mobile systems technician, and general crichlg@algonquincollege.com. electronics maintenance technician. Career opportunities for graduates may include production, technical sales, PROGRAM OF STUDY service, support and installation, as well as the service and maintenance LEVEL: 01 HOURS sectors of the wireless/mobility industry, and the industries that operate in ELN1012 ELECTRONICS HARDWARE PROTOTYPING 30.0 the general electronics, telecommunications and military sectors. ELN1013 ANALOG ELECTRONICS FUNDAMENTALS 75.0 ELN1014 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS FUNDAMENTALS 75.0 ELN1015 TESTING AND INSTRUMENTATION 30.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS MAT8100 ESSENTIAL MATHEMATICS 45.0 MGT8100 CAREER AND COLLEGE SUCCESS SKILLS 45.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. PHY1016 PHYSICS FOR COMMUNICATION 45.0 WKT8000 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION WORK TERM PREPARATION 15.0 College Eligibility LEVEL: 02 HOURS • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an CST2022 APPLIED PROGRAMMING I 45.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, ELN2023 ANALOG AND RF ELECTRONICS II 75.0 or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility ELN2024 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS II AND PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC 60.0 for admission; OR ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR SSC1714 ETHICS 45.0 • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR TEC2025 TELECOM I: TELECOMMUNICATION PRINCIPLES 75.0 • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school Co-op: 01 diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic WKT3037 CO-OP WORK TERM I achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. LEVEL: 03 HOURS Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. ELN3033 ANALOG CIRCUITS III AND RF DEVICES 75.0 ELN3034 DIGITAL LOGIC III AND SIGNAL PROCESSING 60.0 Program Eligibility ENL1819T REPORTING TECHNICAL INFORMATION 60.0 • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). MAT8101 DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS 45.0 • Mathematics, Grade 12 MCT4C (or Grade 11 MCR3U) or equivalent is SAF3036 RF SYSTEM SAFETY PRACTICES 30.0 required. Applicants with Grade 12 MAP4C with 60% minimum (or Grade 11 TEC3032 COMMUNICATION SYSTEM APPLICATIONS 75.0 MCF3M) will be required to take additional preparatory mathematics as part of their program of study. 57 School of Advanced Technology
  • WIRELESS/MOBILITY TELECOMMUNICATION ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 – CO-OP PROGRAM ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN – 1190X01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 314LEVEL: 04 HOURSCST4045 APPLIED PROGRAMMING II 45.0ELN4044 MICROPROCESSOR INTERFACING 60.0TEC4041 RF COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 75.0TEC4042 MICROWAVE THEORY AND COMPONENTS 75.0TEC4043 WIRELESS PACKET SWITCHED COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 75.0Choose one from equivalencies:GED1190 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0Co-op: 02WKT5057 CO-OP WORK TERM IISchool of Advanced Technology 58
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) WIRELESS/MOBILITY TELECOMMUNICATION OFFERED IN FALL 2010 – CO-OP PROGRAM UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 314 ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY – 1191X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION Approximate 1st Year Costs This Ontario College Advanced Diploma program prepares students for entry into Tuition/Fees: $2,980 the lucrative wireless/mobility industry. Students have the opportunity to develop Books/Supplies: $1,200 essential skills and knowledge, beginning with electronics fundamentals and Incidental Fees: $140 leading up to the current state-of-the-art wireless and related telecommunications Total: $4,320 technologies. Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. Students explore very large scale integration (VLSI) components, materials, specifications, and standards associated with mobile and fixed communications devices. Students are also exposed to wireless backhaul, wireless access systems, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION wireless platforms for communication systems integration, and the technologies to For more information, please contact Gerry Crichlow, Program Coordinator, at facilitate mobile multi-player gaming and computing. 613-727-4723 ext. 3472 or Graduates of this program bring an additional level of both technical competence and project management to any position. With the additional time spent on faculty- crichlg@algonquincollege.com. supervised research projects, students expand their sense of the fiscal and logistical considerations that can turn proof-of-concept technologies into viable PROGRAM OF STUDY commercial products that can be marketed to both the private and public sectors. LEVEL: 01 HOURS Qualified students have the opportunity to participate in a cooperative employment ELN1012 ELECTRONICS HARDWARE PROTOTYPING 30.0 placement in the expanding wireless industry. While employed, students gain ELN1013 ANALOG ELECTRONICS FUNDAMENTALS 75.0 invaluable experience and insight into the wireless/mobility industry while earning ELN1014 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS FUNDAMENTALS 75.0 a reasonable salary. ELN1015 TESTING AND INSTRUMENTATION 30.0 MAT8100 ESSENTIAL MATHEMATICS 45.0 MGT8100 CAREER AND COLLEGE SUCCESS SKILLS 45.0SUCCESS FACTORS PHY1016 PHYSICS FOR COMMUNICATION 45.0 This program is well-suited for students who: WKT8000 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION WORK TERM PREPARATION 15.0 • Like analyzing and solving problems. LEVEL: 02 HOURS • Enjoy working in a dynamically-driven environment. CST2022 APPLIED PROGRAMMING I 45.0 • Enjoy a hands-on approach to learning the information and communications ELN2023 ANALOG AND RF ELECTRONICS II 75.0 technology (ICT) industry. ELN2024 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS II AND PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC 60.0 ENL1813T COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 SSC1714 ETHICS 45.0 Career Options TEC2025 TELECOM I: TELECOMMUNICATION PRINCIPLES 75.0 Broadband specialist, wireless network planning specialist, pre- and post- Co-op: 01 telecommunications sales support analyst and wireless application WKT3037 CO-OP WORK TERM I development specialist. LEVEL: 03 HOURS Entry-level positions may include network installation and repair technologist, ELN3033 ANALOG CIRCUITS III AND RF DEVICES 75.0 base station technologist, mobile systems technologist, telecommunications ELN3034 DIGITAL LOGIC III AND SIGNAL PROCESSING 60.0 research technologist and general electronics maintenance technologist. ENL1819T REPORTING TECHNICAL INFORMATION 60.0 MAT8101 DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS 45.0 Career opportunities for graduates may include design, development, SAF3036 RF SYSTEM SAFETY PRACTICES 30.0 production, sales and support and installation, as well as the service and TEC3032 COMMUNICATION SYSTEM APPLICATIONS 75.0 maintenance sectors of the fixed and mobile wireless industries, and the LEVEL: 04 HOURS industries that operate in the general electronics and telecommunications CST4045 APPLIED PROGRAMMING II 45.0 sectors. ELN4044 MICROPROCESSOR INTERFACING 60.0 TEC4041 RF COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 75.0 TEC4042 MICROWAVE THEORY AND COMPONENTS 75.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TEC4043 WIRELESS PACKET SWITCHED COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 75.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. Choose one from equivalencies: GED1190 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 Program Eligibility Co-op: 02 • Successful completion of Algonquin College’s Wireless/Mobility WKT5057 CO-OP WORK TERM II Telecommunication Engineering Technician program, or equivalent. LEVEL: 05 HOURS • Applicants who have not successfully completed the Technician program, but ELN5051 ANALOG ELECTRONICS IV 60.0 with similar equivalent knowledge/experience, will be assessed on an individual ELN5054 DSP FOR WIRELESS APPLICATIONS 75.0 basis through an Advanced Standing application to the Technology program’s GEN6005 FROM GLOBAL VILLAGE TO GLOBAL NETWORK 45.0 Level 05. MAT8102 INTEGRAL CALCULUS 45.0 MAT8740 STATISTICS FOR TECHNOLOGY 45.0 NOTE: Students who wish to apply to this program must apply to the MGT8056 PROJECT MANAGEMENT 45.0 Wireless/Mobility Telecommunication Engineering Technician (1190X01FWO) TEC5052 TELECOM II: DIGITAL RADIO TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS 60.0 program through ontariocolleges.ca. During Level 04 of the Technician program, a LEVEL: 06 HOURS sign-up process will allow students, wishing to pursue the Technology program, to CST6065 ADVANCED WIRELESS APPLICATION SOFTWARE 60.0 apply and be assessed for eligibility. MGT6064 PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION AND DEMONSTRATION 45.0 Students who successfully complete the co-op version of the Technician program TEC6061 WIRELESS MOBILITY TECHNOLOGIES 75.0 may apply to the co-op version of the Technology program. TEC6062 DATA COMMUNICATIONS AND SENSOR/MESH NETWORKS 75.0 TEC6063 ADVANCED WIRELESS SYSTEMS 75.0 Choose one from equivalencies: GED1191 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 59 School of Advanced Technology
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  • ALGONQUIN COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY School of Business BACHELOR DEGREES CERTIFICATESBachelor of Applied Business (e-Business Supply Office Administration – General OChain Management) O GRADUATE CERTIFICATESGreen Business Management OMarketing and Business Intelligence Research OOrganizational Quality Management – NEW O LSport Business Management O ADVANCED DIPLOMASBusiness Administration O • Accounting • Financial Services • General Business • Human Resources • International Business • Marketing • Materials and Operations Management DIPLOMASBusiness – Accounting OBusiness – Marketing OLaw Clerk OLaw Clerk (Intensive) OOffice Administration – Executive OOffice Administration – Legal OParalegal OProfessional Accounting OSmall and Medium Enterprise Management OO Apply through OCAS• Apply through the Ontario University Application CentreL Offered in Fall 2011 61
  • BACHELOR OF APPLIED BUSINESS – e-BUSINESS BACHELOR OF APPLIED BUSINESS (4 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 – CO-OP PROGRAM SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (eSCM) – 6066X03FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 315PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Program Eligibility This unique, four-year laptop and cooperative degree program is committed to the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) and six Grade 12 university (U) or development of capable, creative professionals ready to embark on action-oriented, university/college (M) courses, including one Grade 12 U English course and one multi-dimensional careers in private and public business. These organizations are Grade 12 U Mathematics course, with an overall minimum average of 70%. placing ever-greater emphasis on the improvement and integration of their supply (Ontario Academic Courses (OAC) can replace or be used in combination with U or chains and business processes using current business analysis methods and M courses.) enterprise application technologies. A primary focus of the program is to produce Transfer Credit Recognition graduates who, through the development of sound research and analytical skills, A. Applicants with degrees or degree-level courses from Canadian can clearly articulate thoughts and ideas, and develop relevant, clear, well- Institutions empowered to award degrees and from other degree organized, and concise written material and presentations. granting institutions recognized by the Department of Education: Supply chain management and technology are becoming increasingly intertwined. BAB (eSCM) degree course credits will be granted based on a comparison of Graduates apply current business process improvement methodologies in order to content and learning outcomes. Applicants with degrees that have academic assist in the development of more effective business and technology solutions. affinity (e.g. Bachelor of Commerce) with BAB (eSCM) could be granted up to This program is part of the mobile computing (laptop) initiative at Algonquin thirty-two of forty eight credits. Course outlines are required documentation. College, which better prepares students for an increasingly technology-oriented B. Applicants with diplomas or courses from postsecondary workplace. Three paid cooperative work terms are a mandatory component of the institutions recognized by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and program. Universities:SUCCESS FACTORS Applicants with a three-year Business Administration diploma with academic affinity to BAB (eSCM) from: an Ontario college, Institute of Technology and This program is well-suited for students who: Advanced Learning or other non-degree granting institutions recognized by the • Are planners and enjoy putting their plans into action. Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities; and a minimum cumulative • Possess strong organizational and problem-solving skills. grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 (B) or 75% could receive up to twenty-eight or • Show an interest in using computers and various technology applications. 58% of BAB (eSCM) course credits based on a comparison of program content • Are team-oriented and like to work with others. and program learning outcomes. This maximum is based on a comparison of • Are energetic and out-going. recognized Ontario Business Administration Program Standards to the degree level outcomes of BAB (eSCM). Course credits for other three-year diplomas Career Options will be granted on a course-by-course basis. Course credits for applicants with one or two-year diplomas with affinity to BAB (eSCM) or with individual Graduates of the program have been successful in securing employment in course credits will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis to a maximum of any supply chain function or related technology and are creative developers 12 or 25% of BAB (eSCM) credits. For all course credits, a minimum grade of B and appliers of new technology and business processes. On the supply side, (75%) is required. Official transcripts and course descriptions/outlines are graduates work in procurement, contract management, and supplier required documentation. relationship management. On the demand side, graduates maybe employed in forecasting, customer relationship management, and distribution systems. C. Applicants with degrees or degree-level courses from countries Internal to an organization, graduates specialize in production and quality other than Canada or from post secondary insitutions not recognized along with capacity/resource management. Related to the supply chain in by the Ontario Department of Education: general, graduates are business analysts, enterprise application consultants, Applicants must have their degrees and degree-level courses evaluated by a project managers, and logisticians. recognized Canadian public or private institution that specializes in the eSCM professionals are responsible for creating and executing the plans of evaluation of international degree programs. BAB (eSCM) degree course organizations and using business analysis to improve processes in all industry credits will be granted based on a comparison of content and learning sectors. They work at the core of every business to ensure efficiency and outcomes. Applicants with degrees that have academic affinity (e.g. Bachelor effectiveness. Call it “action central” or “where the rubber hits the road,” of Commerce) with BAB (eSCM) could be granted up to 32 course credits out eSCM managers make things happen. of the required 48. Official transcripts and course descriptions/outlines are required documentation. All people and all organizations form part of a supply chain. As these chains become more tightly woven, often through the use of technology, graduates of D. Applicants with prior work experience learning in Supply Chain this program provide the leadership required by industry and society. Management: Applicants with directly related eSCM experience can apply for advanced placement (course credits) through the Algonquin College Office of PriorADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR). This Office utilizes assessment Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. standards of the Canadian Association for Prior Learning Assessment (CAPLA). The requirements for PLAR course credits vary from a challenge exam to a College Eligibility complete portfolio relating experience and other training to the relevant BAB • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an (eSCM) course learning objectives. PLAR course credits can be awarded for up OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, to a maximum of 12 BAB (eSCM) courses. or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility for admission; OR Course Credit for Co-op Work Terms • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR In addition to the eight academic semesters, three paid co-op work terms are a • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR required element of BAB (eSCM). Applicants with directly related eSCM experience • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school can apply for credit for one or more co-op work terms. Documentation required diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic includes the name, location and contact information of the employer and a achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. complete description of job responsibilities verified in writing by supervisors or Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. managers to which the applicant reported. In general, six months of directly related eSCM experience is required for one work term credit and a progressively increased level of responsibility is required for additional credit.School of Business 62
  • BACHELOR OF APPLIED BUSINESS (4 YEARS) BACHELOR OF APPLIED BUSINESS (eBUSINESS SUPPLY OFFERED IN FALL 2010 – CO-OP PROGRAM UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 315 CHAIN MANAGEMENT) (eSCM) – 6066X03FWO LEVEL: 04 HOURS Approximate 1st Year Costs ESC4400 PURCHASING MANAGEMENT 45.0 Tuition/Fees: $6,488 ESC4402 ERP AND BUSINESS CONFIGURATION 45.0 Books/Supplies: $1,600 ESC4404 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES AND SYSTEMS 45.0 Incidental Fees: $0 ESC4407 PROJECT MANAGEMENT 45.0 Total: $8,088 ESC4409 e-BUSINESS APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT I 90.0 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. Co-op: 01 ESC4900 e-BUSINESS SCM CO-OP WORK TERM I LEVEL: 05 HOURS ESC4500 MASTER PLANNING, SCHEDULING AND EXECUTION 45.0ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ESC4503 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING, ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 45.0 Algonquin College has been granted a consent by the Minister of Training, Colleges ESC4504 ISSUES IN PUBLIC SECTOR PROCUREMENT AND CONTRACTING 45.0 and Universities to offer this applied degree for a five-year term starting December ESC4506 LOGISTICS 45.0 ESC4508 e-BUSINESS APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT II 45.0 31, 2007. The College shall ensure that all students admitted to the above-named ESC4601 PROJECT HUMAN RESOURCES AND COMMUNICATIONS program during the period of consent have the opportunity to complete the program MANAGEMENT 45.0 within a reasonable timeframe. Co-op: 02 Co-op Information ESC4901 e-BUSINESS SCM CO-OP WORK TERM II Three cooperative work terms are a required and critical experiential element of LEVEL: 06 HOURS this Bachelor Degree in Applied Studies. Algonquin College maintains a ESC4603 QUALITY MANAGEMENT 45.0 professional co-op staff to assist students with placement and has an extensive ESC4604 FORECASTING 45.0 ESC4605 ELECTIVE 45.0 network of co-op employers. Employers seek co-op students for a wide variety of ESC4606 BUSINESS FINANCIAL ANALYSIS 45.0 positions related to any element or function in the supply chain. See Employment ESC4607 BUSINESS ANALYSIS II 45.0 Opportunities for a description of some of these functions. ESC4608 BUSINESS PROCESS INTEGRATION I 45.0 For information about co-op visit Co-op: 03 algonquincollege.com/coop. ESC4902 e-BUSINESS CO-OP WORK TERM III LEVEL: 07 HOURS For more information, please visit our website at ESC4403 COMPUTER NETWORKS AND DATA COMMUNICATIONS 45.0 algonquincollege.com/degrees or ESC4701 LEAN PRINCIPLES 45.0 contact Geoff Mace, Program Coordinator, at ESC4706 LEADERSHIP, GOVERNANCE AND SUSTAINABILITY 45.0 ESC4707 ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE I 45.0 613-727-4723 ext. 5161 or ESC4708 BUSINESS PROCESS INTEGRATION II 45.0 maceg@algonquincollege.com. ESC4801 STRATEGIC SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 45.0 Specifications for laptop requirements can be found at LEVEL: 08 HOURS ESC4205 LAW 45.0 algonquincollege.com/its/laptop. ESC4800 eSCM DEGREE PROJECT 45.0 ESC4803 CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT 45.0PROGRAM OF STUDY ESC4804 WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY 45.0 ESC4805 ELECTIVE 45.0LEVEL: 01 HOURS ESC4806 ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE II 45.0ESC4100 INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 45.0ESC4101 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 45.0ESC4102 MICROECONOMICS 45.0ESC4104 COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0ESC4105 BUSINESS FUNDAMENTALS 45.0ESC4106 SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS 45.0LEVEL: 02 HOURSESC4201 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS 45.0ESC4202 MARKETING 45.0ESC4203 MACROECONOMICS 45.0ESC4204 COMMUNICATIONS II 45.0ESC4303 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING 45.0ESC4304 QUANTITATIVE METHODS 45.0LEVEL: 03 HOURSESC4300 BASICS OF SCM/ERP 45.0ESC4305 SPEAKING AND PRESENTATIONS 45.0ESC4306 BUSINESS ANALYSIS I 45.0ESC4307 e-BUSINESS CONCEPTS AND DEVELOPMENT 45.0ESC4308 CAREER PREPARATION 45.0ESC4309 INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE MANAGEMENT 45.0 63 School of Business
  • BUSINESS – ACCOUNTING ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011 0214C01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 315PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Program Eligibility • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). This two-year Ontario College Diploma program prepares students to work in • Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or a mathematics with a similar content is various areas of accounting including financial accounting, managerial accounting, required). taxation, and auditing. The curriculum is designed to broaden the business background of students and to expand their theoretical knowledge of economics, Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, law, finance, and statistics. Students are also exposed to a number of accounting applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and and business computer software packages. mathematics. The program of study focuses on student-centered learning while working in a technology-enhanced environment. Students solve accounting problems using the Approximate 1st Year Costs laptop computer in the classroom which enhances the collaborative learning Tuition/Fees: $3,280 environment. Books/Supplies: $900 This program is part of the mobile computing (laptop) initiative at Algonquin College Incidental Fees: $0 which better prepares students for an increasingly technology-oriented workplace. Total: $4,180 Students are required to use a laptop computer with the appropriate software. For Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. more information, see the website algonquincollege.com/its/laptop. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION In the fourth level, qualified students can participate in an optional work placement This program has flexible delivery otpions. which provides practical, on-the-job experience in the accounting departments of Ottawa-based businesses and in the public and private sectors. For more information, please contact Susan Fisher, Program Coordinator, at Depending upon academic achievement, graduates may be granted some credits 613-727-4723 ext. 2526 or toward the requirements of the Certified General Accountants (CGA) Association fishers@algonquincollege.com. program of professional studies. For more information regarding the CGA designation, please refer to the CGA website at:SUCCESS FACTORS cga-ontario.org. This program is well-suited for students who: • Possess critical-thinking skills. PROGRAM OF STUDY • Are curious, well-organized and have an analytical nature. LEVEL: 01 HOURS • Like analyzing and solving problems. ACC2201 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I 60.0 • Are organized in their work and pay attention to detail. BUS2301 BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 45.0 • Seek variety and opportunity in their career. ENL1813B COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 • Are interested in computers and using a variety of business applications. LAW1732 BUSINESS LAW I 45.0 • Can work independently. QUA2220 STATISTICS I 60.0 LEVEL: 02 HOURS Career Options ACC2202 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II 60.0 Graduates may obtain employment in the accounting departments of all ACC2343 SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS 60.0 sizes of businesses, all levels of government and other types of organizations. ECO2200 ECONOMIC ISSUES 45.0 ENL1823B COMMUNICATIONS II 45.0 Graduates within these organizations can pursue careers in various accounting FIN2221 BUSINESS FINANCE 60.0 disciplines including financial accounting, managerial accounting and taxation. LEVEL: 03 HOURS Graduates can subsequently pursue their CGA designation and may become ACC0043 ACCOUNTING EXPERIENCE PREPARATION FOR BUSINESS – employed in senior accounting positions. ACCOUNTING 15.0 ACC2204 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I 60.0 ACC2233 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING I 60.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ACC2243 TAXATION 60.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. ACC2253 ACCOUNTING COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 60.0 English General Education Elective: choose 1 College Eligibility ENL1725 POPULAR CANADIAN LITERATURE 45.0 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an ENL1726 ARTISTIC EXPRESSION 45.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, ENL1798 CRITICAL THINKING 45.0 or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility ENL1825 COMMUNICATION DYNAMICS 45.0 for admission; OR ENL1829 THE POWER OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 45.0 • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR LEVEL: 04 HOURS • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR ACC0048 PRINCIPLES OF AUDITING 60.0 • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school ACC2205 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II 60.0 diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic ACC2234 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING II 60.0 achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. Elective: choose 1 Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. ACC0040 CANADIAN BUSINESS ISSUES 60.0 ACC0044 ACCOUNTING EXPERIENCE 60.0 Choose one from equivalencies: GED0214C GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0School of Business 64
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) BUSINESS – MARKETING OFFERED IN FALL 2010 UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 316 0214E01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION Program Eligibility • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). This two-year Ontario College diploma program provides students with a • Mathematics, Grade 11 (MBF3C or a mathematics with a similar content, is specialization in marketing and a strong general education in business. Students required). receive an application-oriented education in all aspects of marketing from product conception to product consumption. In addition, students build mobile computing Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, skills by interacting in a collaborative fashion with peers, project clients, and course applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and leaders. This collaborative environment allows graduates to immediately contribute mathematics. in a meaningful way to an organization’s marketing program using modern information technology tools. Approximate 1st Year Costs Students also benefit from the application of computing technology in the program Tuition/Fees: $3,280 through enhanced research abilities, collaborative learning, computer proficiency, Books/Supplies: $1,200 and improved communications skills. The program consists of four levels and is Incidental Fees: $0 designed to provide both marketing theory and applied learning, culminating with a Total: $4,480 comprehensive marketing plan project with an industry client in the fourth level. Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. Marketing-related studies include marketing to the consumer and business marketplace environment, marketing planning and decision making, and global marketing. Marketing communications, marketing research, professional selling, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION sales management, and e-marketing and distribution are also covered in the curriculum. Learning assignments involve case studies, online discussion boards All graduates of the program qualify to receive the Canadian Professional Sales and research, role-playing, practical assignments, and ongoing project work with Association Sales Certificate based on the learning outcomes achieved through industry partners. the program. This is a mandatory laptop program and students are required to use a laptop For information, please visit our School of Business website at: computer with the appropriate software. For more information, see the website: algonquincollege.com/business or algonquincollege.com/its/laptop. contact Bill Garbarino, Program Coordinator, at 613-727-4723 ext. 5209 orSUCCESS FACTORS garbarw@algonquincollege.com. This program is well-suited for students who: • Are excited by the prospect of taking a hands-on approach to learning and PROGRAM OF STUDY interacting with industry clients and business leaders. LEVEL: 01 HOURS • Are seeking a career path that offers a range of employment opportunities and ACC2222 FINANCIAL INFORMATION FOR MARKETING 60.0 places them at the center of an organization’s decision making processes and BUS2301 BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 45.0 creative execution. ENL1813B COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 • Enjoy interacting with others in a group setting. MKT2209 SKILLS TRANSFERABLE TO BUSINESS 60.0 • Are interested in examining business situations and creating customized MKT2211 MARKETING I 60.0 solutions. LEVEL: 02 HOURS ENL1823B COMMUNICATIONS II 45.0 Career Options LAW2205 CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN CANADIAN SOCIETY 45.0 Graduates may be employed in a wide range of marketing activities, including MKT2212 MARKETING II 60.0 sales (both business to business and retail), sales promotion, advertising, MKT2282 PROFESSIONAL SELLING 60.0 marketing research and planning, purchasing, customer service, and QUA2221 STATISTICS 60.0 product/brand management. They may work with domestic and international LEVEL: 03 HOURS retailing, manufacturing, service and wholesaling firms, and in government MKT2214 GLOBAL MARKETING 60.0 departments and agencies. In addition to employment in the public and MKT2283 SALES MANAGEMENT 60.0 private sectors, some graduates may choose to open their own business. MKT2284 MARKETING RESEARCH 60.0 MKT2291 INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS I 60.0 Choose one from equivalencies:ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS GED0214E GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. LEVEL: 04 HOURS GED2234 CONTEMPORARY ETHICAL ISSUES 45.0 College Eligibility MKT2213 SKILLS FOR THE WORKPLACE 30.0 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an MKT2221 e-MARKETING AND DISTRIBUTION 60.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, MKT2260 BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE AND PLANNING 60.0 or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility MKT2261 MARKETING PLAN PROJECT FIELD WORK 45.0 for admission; OR MKT2292 INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS II NEW MEDIA 60.0 • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. 65 School of Business
  • BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011 0216X01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 317MAJORS IN: • Accounting CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Financial Services Business Administration – Accounting • General Business 0216A01FWO • Human Resources The Accounting Major provides business students with a broad-based exposure • International Business to all aspects of business administration while focusing on the specialty area of • Marketing accounting. Students learn financial and managerial accounting, taxation, and • Materials and Operations Management financial management, and use current financial accounting software to process and analyze accounting data.PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Qualified students may be eligible to participate in the Co-op program. Business Administration (Core) Depending upon academic achievement, graduates may be granted some credits 0216X01FWO toward the requirements of the Certified General Accountants (CGA) Association The Business Administration program provides students with the business program of professional studies. expertise and employable skills required for a rewarding career. In the six levels of Success Factors study, students gain a solid foundation in all of the business functions, as well as, the communication, planning, teamwork, and analytical skills that are in high This Major is well-suited for students who: demand by the business community. Through an active advisory committee of • Have strong numeracy skills and can apply, interpret and communicate business professionals and close relationships with employers, the program is mathematical information. continuously updated to meet the current demands of todays organizations. These • Possess critical-thinking skills. relationships provide students with networking opportunities, and bring business • Enjoy solving (business) problems. people into the classroom to share their experiences. • Are detail-oriented, organized and committed to achieving excellence in In the first three levels, students learn the fundamentals of business. In the final their work. three levels, students select their major area of study from the following Majors: • Enjoy working in an office environment. Accounting, Financial Services, General Business, Human Resources, International Business, Marketing, and Materials and Operations Management. Business Administration – Financial Services 0216K01FW0SUCCESS FACTORS The Financial Services Major provides a strong educational foundation for This Major is well-suited for students who: students to pursue careers in the financial planning, personal banking, • Have good organizational and leadership abilities. investment, and insurance advising industry. Students can continue their career • Are curious, well-organized and have an analytical nature. development through advanced professional education, on-the-job training and • Enjoy working in a dynamically driven environment. experience. The program prepares graduates to meet the high proficiency standards required to complete the professional designations and licensingCOOPERATIVE EDUCATION OPTION courses in the financial services industry. Success Factors The opportunity to gain paid work experience in the field during your Business Administration studies is available to qualified students through the co-op options This Major is well-suited for students who: offered within the Materials and Operations Management, International Business • Have a high degree of people skills. and Accounting Majors. There are also work placement opportunities within Human • Possess good communication skills. Resources Management. Please see the program coordinator for further details. • Are willing to develop a high level of self-management skills. Business Administration – General Business 0216E01FWO The General Business Major provides students with the breadth and depth of business knowledge and skills required to function effectively in a wide range of entry-level business positions. In the first three levels, students learn the fundamentals of business. In the final three levels, students select courses from the following Majors: Accounting, Financial Services, Human Resources, Marketing, International Business, and Materials and Operations Management. The resulting program is tailored to both general interest and business strengths and provides students with broader possibilities for career selections. Success Factors This Major is well-suited for students who: • Have good organizational and leadership abilities. • Are curious, well-organized and have an analytical nature. • Enjoy working in a dynamically driven environment.School of Business 66
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONOFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 317 0216X01FWOBusiness Administration – Human Resources Business Administration – Marketing0216M01FWO 0216D01FWOThe Human Resources Management (HRM) Major prepares students to pursue The Marketing Major provides students with an in-depth knowledge of a widecareers in the field of human resources management. The curriculum provides a range of marketing and business administration skills that allows them to pursuesolid foundation in all of the technical areas of human resources management a marketing or sales position in both the business-to-consumer and business-including: human resources planning; recruitment and selection; compensation to-business industry sectors. The Marketing Major focuses on preparingand benefits design and administration; training and development; labour graduates with the creativity, analytical, and decision-making skills required forrelations; occupational health and safety; employee and organizational research; rewarding careers as marketing managers, marketing researchers, brandemployee relations; the procurement, implementation, and maintenance of managers, marketing communications managers, and sales professionals.information systems, and the relevant human resources and organizational During the final three levels of the Business Administration program, studentsmanagement legislation. majoring in Marketing learn to make strategic decisions regarding product,The HRM Major has an optional work placement that gives qualified students distribution, pricing, marketing communications, sales, and marketing researchthe opportunity to apply their technical knowledge, gain human resources in both traditional and e-business environments. In their final year, students havemanagement experience, and develop their professional network. the opportunity to participate in the prestigious Ontario Colleges MarketingSuccess Factors Competition (OCMC) and culminate their college learning experience by organizing a professional industry networking event.This Major is well-suited for students who: Success Factors• Enjoy working with people.• Have an interest in planning and executing business initiatives. This Major is well-suited for students who:• Are motivated to lead, advocate and champion for organizations • Enjoy the challenge of combining creativity with analytical decision making. and employees. • Are energetic, enthusiastic and thrive in a dynamic environment. • Have a collaborative style and strong communication skills.Business Administration – International Business0216G01FWO Business Administration – Materials and Operations ManagementThe International Business Major prepares students with a wide range of 0216L01FWOinternational business skills to pursue careers in the growing competitive global The primary objective of the Materials and Operations Management Major is tomarketplace. provide quality education and training that enables students to find employmentThe comprehensive curriculum covers all aspects of international trade providing in any facet of supply chain management including purchasing, productionstudents with the confidence and expertise to be successful as international planning, inventory management, logistics, distribution, and projectentrepreneurs and business leaders within Canadian firms with global business management. Successful completion of this Ontario College Advanced Diplomaactivities and interests and within global organizations situated in Canada. program is the first step for students to receive recognized national professional designations in production and inventory management, purchasing managementStudents are fully emerged in the real-world international business environment and logistics.including international marketing, research, business plan development andmanagement, supply chain management, law, market entry strategies, and This cooperative Major has very high graduate placement rates in supply chainfinance. The program also examines cultural as well as current domestic and positions for public and private organizations including high technologyglobal issues that could affect international business interests. industries, such as, communications, fibre optics, bio-technology, and electronic manufacturing. Graduates obtain a certificate from SAP, the worlds largestQualified students are eligible to participate in the co-op program and are supplier of enterprise software, and have direct hands-on knowledge of SAPencouraged to become involved with business competitions and other activities supply chain software.within the School of Business. Relevant out-of-class speaking events andnetworking activities are also part of the International Business program. Success FactorsGraduates who complete the program requirements and fulfill subsequent This Major is well-suited for students who:professional obligations are then eligible for their Certified International Trade • Enjoy planning and putting plans into action.Professional (CITP) designation awarded by the Forum for International Trade • Are energetic and outgoing.Training (FITT). • Possess strong organizational and problem-solving skills.Success Factors • Are team-oriented and like to work with others.This Major is well-suited for students who:• See themselves as part of the global community and have an entrepreneurial spirit.• Are creative, ambitious and work well in both an individual and team atmosphere.• Are able to apply their professional skills in a wide range of organizations from small to medium-sized enterprises (SME) to large manufacturing and service concerns including the public sector and associations.• Recognize the value of knowledge and credentials in this highly competitive industry. 67 School of Business
  • BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011 0216X01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 317ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Normal Term Study This Full-time day program is offered on the Woodroffe campus. It is also offered on Although the program is designed for maximum student choice, resource a part-time basis. For more information regarding this program, please contact constraints and timetable conflicts may not permit complete freedom. Accordingly, a normal term pattern is set out below for guidance in course selection by students. Jan Strickland, Student Success Specialist, at 613-727-4723 ext. 5261 or LEVEL: 01 HOURS strickj@algonquincollege.com. ACC2310 ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS I 45.0 BUS2301 BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 45.0 ECO2305 MICROECONOMICS 45.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ENL1813B COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2010-2011 academic year. LAW1702 BUSINESS LAW 45.0 MKT2315 MARKETING I 45.0 College Eligibility LEVEL: 02 HOURS • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an ACC2311 ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS II 45.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, BUS2302 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND THE BUSINESS STUDENT 45.0 or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility ECO2306 MACROECONOMICS 45.0 for admission; OR ENL1823B COMMUNICATIONS II 45.0 • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) Certificate; OR MKT2316 MARKETING II 45.0 • General Educational Development (GED); OR QUA2311 QUANTITATIVE METHODS I 45.0 • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school LEVEL: 03 HOURS diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic BAI2300 GLOBAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT 45.0 achievement testing for which a fee of $40 will be charged. FIN2303 INTRODUCTION TO FINANCE 45.0 MGT2320 MATERIAL AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 45.0 Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. MGT2381 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 45.0 Program Eligibility QUA2321 QUANTITATIVE METHODS II 60.0 • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). English Elective: Choose 1 45.0 • Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or a mathematics with a similar content, is LEVEL: 04 HOURS required). FIN2304 BUSINESS FINANCE 45.0 MAJOR COURSES (3) 180.0 Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and Gen Ed Online Elective: Choose 1 from Online Gen Ed Elective Pool 45.0 mathematics. LEVEL: 05 HOURS MGT2313 BUSINESS PLANNING 60.0 MAJOR COURSES (4) 240.0 Approximate 1st Year Costs LEVEL: 06 HOURS Tuition/Fees: $2,980 MAJOR COURSES (3) 180.0 Books/Supplies: $1,200 Gen Ed Online Elective: Choose 1 from Online Gen Ed Elective Pool 45.0 Incidental Fees: $0 English Elective: Choose 1 45.0 Total: $4,180 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. CORE REQUIREMENTS There are 19 courses common to all students in the Business AdministrationPROGRAM OF STUDY program, mostly taken during the first three levels. Programs at Algonquin College are delivered using a variety of instruction modes. HOURS Courses may be offered in the classroom or lab, entirely online, or in a hybrid mode ACC2310 ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS I 45.0 which combines classroom sessions with online learning activities. Upon ACC2311 ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS II 45.0 registration, each full-time student is provided with an Algonquin email account BAI2300 GLOBAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT 45.0 which is used to communicate important information about program or course BUS2301 BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 45.0 events. BUS2302 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND THE BUSINESS STUDENT 45.0 ECO2305 MICROECONOMICS 45.0 In the first three levels of study, emphasis is placed on core requirements designed ECO2306 MACROECONOMICS 45.0 to provide students with a sound understanding of the different business disciplines ENL1813B COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 and to develop analytical and communication skills for decision-making. In the ENL1823B COMMUNICATIONS II 45.0 fourth level, students begin to study courses from their chosen area of FIN2303 INTRODUCTION TO FINANCE 45.0 specialization. Students also complete outstanding core course requirements. FIN2304 BUSINESS FINANCE 45.0 LAW1702 BUSINESS LAW 45.0 The specialization in the fourth level is continued throughout the fifth and sixth MGT2313 BUSINESS PLANNING 60.0 levels (third year). MGT2320 MATERIAL AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 45.0 In addition, students may choose from a range of electives. These electives are MGT2381 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 45.0 designed not only to complement their specialized studies, but also to further MKT2315 MARKETING I 45.0 develop the students’ communication and analytical skills. MKT2316 MARKETING II 45.0 QUA2311 QUANTITATIVE METHODS I 45.0 QUA2321 QUANTITATIVE METHODS II 60.0School of Business 68
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011 UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 317 0216X01FWOMAJOR REQUIREMENTS: MARKETING HOURS MKT2307 APPLIED MARKETING RESEARCH (4) 60.0 The number in brackets ( ) indicates the level in which the course is normally MKT2308 DEVELOPING AND MANAGING GLOBAL MARKETS (6) 60.0 studied. MKT2310 RETAIL MANAGEMENT (5) 60.0ACCOUNTING HOURS MKT2320 DEVELOPING WINNING NEW PRODUCTS (5) 60.0 MKT2322 SELLING FOR SUCCESS (5) 60.0Students wishing to select Accounting as a Major, need a minimum grade of “C” MKT2323 INTEGRATED MARKETING CHANNELS AND STRATEGIES (4) 60.0in both ACC2310 and ACC2311 or with Coordinator approval. MKT2324 MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT I (4) 60.0ACC2312 ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS III (4) 60.0 MKT2382 TRANSITION TO MARKETING PROFESSIONAL (6) 60.0ACC2343 SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS (4) 60.0 MKT2383 SALES MANAGEMENT (6) 60.0ACC2344 TAXATION I (5) 60.0 MKT2391 MARKETING COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT II (5) 60.0ACC2353 INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I (5) 90.0ACC2354 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING I (5) 60.0 MATERIALS AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT HOURSACC2355 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING II (6) 60.0 MGT2360 BASICS OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (APICS) (4) 60.0ACC2363 INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II (6) 90.0 MGT2362 DETAILED SCHEDULING AND PLANNING (APICS) (5) 30.0ACC2364 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (6) 60.0 MGT2363 MASTER PLANNING OF RESOURCES (APICS) (5) 30.0ACC2385 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN ACCOUNTING (4) 60.0 MGT2364 PROJECT MANAGEMENT (5) 60.0FINANCIAL SERVICES HOURS MGT2365 CAPACITY MANAGEMENT (6) 30.0ACC2344 TAXATION I (4) 60.0 MGT2366 EXECUTION AND CONTROL OF OPERATIONS (APICS) (6) 30.0FIN2330 INTRODUCTION TO THE CANADIAN FINANCIAL SYSTEM (4) 60.0 MGT2367 LOGISTICS (SAP) (5) 60.0FIN2334 CANADIAN SECURITIES COURSE PART I (5) 60.0 MGT2369 PRODUCTION, PLANNING AND EXECUTION (SAP) (6) 30.0FIN2335 CORPORATE FINANCE (5) 60.0 MGT2370 MANUFACTURING SIMULATION (6) 30.0FIN2351 CONTEMPORARY PRACTICES IN FINANCIAL PLANNING (6) 60.0 MGT2372 B2B PURCHASING MANAGEMENT (4) 60.0FIN2352 FINANCIAL PLANNING FUNDAMENTALS (4) 60.0 MGT2377 e-BUSINESS STRATEGY AND TECHNOLOGYFIN2353 COMPREHENSIVE PRACTICES IN RISK AND RETIREMENT DECISION-MAKING (6) 60.0 PLANNING (5) 60.0 MGT2378 PUBLIC SECTOR PROCUREMENT CONTRACTING (5) 60.0FIN2354 WEALTH MANAGEMENT AND ESTATE PLANNING (5) 60.0 MGT2379 LEAN, SIX SIGMA (4) 60.0FIN2355 MARKETING FINANCIAL PRODUCTS AND SERVICES (6) 60.0 GENERAL EDUCATION ONLINE ELECTIVE POOL: HOURSFIN2356 CANADIAN SECURITIES COURSE PART II (6) 60.0 Two courses are required.GENERAL BUSINESS ADV2001 SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING 45.0Students selecting the General Business Major are required to complete 600 course ARC9001 CONSERVING CANADA’S ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE 45.0 DSN2001 HISTORY OF DESIGN 45.0hours from at least two major areas (Accounting, Financial Services, Human ENL7643 LITERATURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT 45.0Resources, International Business, Marketing, and Materials and Operations ENV0002 ENVIRONMENTAL CITIZENSHIP 45.0Management), with no more than 300 course hours from any one area. Those FAM1218 A CULTURAL DIVERSITY QUEST 45.0interested in this option must consult with the Business Administration program GED0017 THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION… THE GREAT SPEED UP! 45.0chair to select courses compatible with their educational interests and career GED1896 THE MIDDLE EAST; AN UNDERSTANDING OF MEDIA SOURCESaspirations. AND THEIR IMPACT 45.0 GED5002 VICTIMOLOGY 45.0HUMAN RESOURCES HOURS GED5004 LIVING GREEN 45.0FLD2400 WORK PLACEMENT (6) 30.0 GED5005 GREEK MYTHOLOGY 45.0MGT2359 LAWS OF THE WORKPLACE (4) 60.0 GED5006 WORLD RELIGIONS 45.0MGT2380 INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS (5) 60.0 GED5009 DIGGING INTO ANCESTRAL ROOTS 45.0MGT2382 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (4) 60.0 GED5200 LEARNING DISABILITIES, THE INVISIBLE DISABILITY 45.0MGT2384 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT (5) 60.0 GED5300 THE SCIENCE OF EVERYDAY LIFE 45.0MGT2388 COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT (5) 60.0 GED6022 A SENSE OF HUMOUR 45.0MGT2391 HUMAN RESOURCES PLANNING (6) 60.0 GEN1001 ETHICS: WHAT’S THE BIG DEAL? 45.0MGT2393 RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION (4) 60.0 GEN1701 THE SCIENCE OF SCIENCE FICTION 45.0MGT2394 HUMAN RESOURCES RESEARCH AND INFORMATION GEN1957 SCIENCE FICTION 45.0 SYSTEMS (6) 60.0 GEN2000 FILM AND MULTICULTURALISM 45.0MGT2396 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY (5) 60.0 GEN2003 HEALTHY LIFESTYLE 45.0MGT2398 HUMAN RESOURCES PROFESSIONAL CAREER PREPARATION (6) 30.0 GEN2007 COMMUNITY SERVICE 45.0MGT2399 EMPLOYEE RELATIONS (6) 30.0 GEN2009 GEOLOGY OF THE OTTAWA AREA 45.0INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS HOURS HIS0001 SAINTS AND HEROES: SHINING A SPOTLIGHT ON THE ‘DARK AGES”, EUROPE A.D. 410-1096 45.0BAI2310 INTERNATIONAL MARKETING (4) 60.0 HIS2000 GOOD TIMES AND BAD – 70 YEARS IN THE LIFE OF CANADA 45.0BAI2311 INTERNATIONAL MARKET ENTRY STRATEGIES (5) 60.0 HOS2228 WINE, FOOD AND CULTURE 45.0BAI2312 INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS, LIB1982 READING FOR RECREATION 45.0 CULTURE AND WEB BASED TECHNOLOGY (4) 60.0 MGT7330 TRENDS IN TODAY’S WORKPLACE 45.0BAI2313 INTERNATIONAL MARKET RESEARCH (5) 60.0 MVM8800 THE IMPACT OF THE CAR ON NORTH AMERICAN CULTURE 45.0BAI2314 INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW/ ORGANIZATIONS/ PSI1702 GOVERNMENT OF CANADA 45.0 AGREEMENTS (6) 60.0 RAD2001 POPULAR CULTURE 45.0BAI2315 GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (4) 60.0 SOC2003 UNDERSTANDING HUMAN SEXUALITY 45.0BAI2317 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT (6) 60.0BAI2318 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS, GEOGRAPHICAL AND GLOBAL ISSUES (6) 60.0BAI2319 INTERNATIONAL TRADE FINANCE (5) 60.0BAI2320 e-BUSINESS APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT (5) 60.0 69 School of Business
  • BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011 0216X01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 317ENGLISH ELECTIVES: HOURS Note: International applicants applying from out of country may obtain an “International Student Application” form and instructions by contacting the ClientTwo courses are required Service Officer, International, at the address shown below.ENL1725 POPULAR CANADIAN LITERATURE (G) 45.0ENL1726 ARTISTIC EXPRESSION (G) 45.0 A $95 application fee must accompany the application form. Please refer to theENL1798 CRITICAL THINKING (G) 45.0 Ontario College Guide for details on how to complete the application form.ENL1825 COMMUNICATION DYNAMICS (G) 45.0 Applications for fall admission received by February 1 will be given equalENL1829 THE POWER OF PUBLIC SPEAKING (G) 45.0 consideration. Applications received after February 1 will be processed on a first-CO-OP WORK TERM (DEPARTMENTAL APPROVAL) come, first-served basis as long as places are available.ACC2360 CO-OP EDUCATION WORK TERM PREPARATION (ACCOUNTING)ACC2361 CO-OP FIRST WORK TERM (ACCOUNTING) For further information on the admissions process, please contact:ACC2362 CO-OP SECOND WORK TERM (ACCOUNTING) Registrar’s Office, Algonquin CollegeBAI2307 CO-OP EDUCATION WORK TERM PREPARATION (INTERNATIONAL 1385 Woodroffe Avenue BUSINESS) Ottawa, Ontario K2G 1V8BAI2308 CO-OP FIRST WORK TERM (INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS) 613-727-0002 or 1-800-565-4723BAI2309 CO-OP SECOND WORK TERM (INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS) 613-727-7632MGT2373 CO-OP PREPARATORY COURSE (MATERIALS AND OPERATIONS AskAlgonquin@algonquincollege.com MANAGEMENT)WKT2367 MATERIALS MANAGEMENT CO-OP WORK TERM IWKT2368 MATERIALS MANAGEMENT CO-OP WORK TERM IITRANSFER TO UNIVERSITY There are a number of articulation agreements between Algonquin College School of Business and universities across Canada and abroad which are intended to facilitate the pathway to university degree completion for Business Administration graduates. We invite you to find out about the current opportunities by visiting: algonquincollege.com/business/university/ agreements_program_admin.htm.CONTACT INFORMATION Program Chair – Business Administration – Core Peter Fortura 613-727-4723 ext. 5210 Program Chair – Financial, Office and Legal Studies Lisa Taylor 613-727-4723 ext. 7567 Program Chair – Marketing and Management Studies Jim Kyte 613-727-4723 ext. 5112 Student Success Specialist Jan Strickland 613-727-4723 ext. 5261 strickj@algonquincollege.comAPPLICATION INFORMATION Applications to full-time day programs must be submitted with official transcripts showing proof of completion of the academic admission requirements to: Ontariocolleges.ca 60 Corporate Court Guelph, Ontario N1G 5J3 1-888-892-2228 Students currently enrolled in an Ontario secondary school should contact their Guidance Office to apply. For all other applicants, applications are available at ontariocolleges.ca or from the Registrar’s Office of any Ontario College of Applied Arts and Technology.School of Business 70
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE GRADUATE CERTIFICATE (1 YEAR) GREEN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT OFFERED IN FALL 2010 1304X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION Career Options This Ontario College Graduate Certificate program is the first of its kind in Canada. Employment opportunities may exist in a variety of “green-collar” private The program prepares students to become “green” business leaders and agents of sector and public sector organizations, including such roles as sustainability change in the new green economic paradigm of People, Planet, and Profit. coordinator, environmental auditor, green procurement officer, alternative The unique curriculum and delivery method emphasizes the eco-logic and strategies developer, and sales of products and services that are “green” eco-nomic relationships among business, organizations, planet, people, and (organic, natural, clean, and sustainable). communities. This program is ideally suited for individuals who are passionate about the environment, who currently own or manage an enterprise, entrepreneurs about to start a business or who are looking at green strategies for market ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS advantage, government workers who are interested in greening their Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. agency/workplace, and environmentalists looking for work in the growing area of best green business practices. Program Eligibility This two-semester, full-time, hybrid program is comprised of 20 hours of class time • College diploma or degree, university diploma or degree in areas of business, per week, including 10 hours of in-class courses and 10 hours of online courses. marketing, social services, communications, hospitality management, tourism Students design corporate ecological vision and mission statements, modelling and travel, environmental studies, vocational trades, public relations, event corporate social responsibility and environmental responsibility for a future or management or equivalent. existing business. Students create, analyze and implement personal and corporate • Qualified applicants, who do not have a business-related diploma or degree energy audits and develop criteria for green business report cards for an actual local will be sent the Green Business Management Eligibility Package via mail. business or organization. Students create green business ideas capitalizing on Applicants will be required to complete and return the following three current green consumer trends and (green) business opportunities. components: 1. A letter of intent, which requires the applicant to state their previous Students gain an understanding of the significance of the principles of deep ecology experience related to business, their program expectations and what and Gaia consciousness as they pertain to one’s core values. Students also learn skills, knowledge and attitudes they bring to the program the importance of nature as mentor, model and measure, as indicated through 2. Applicant’s Curriculum Vitae biomimicry. Students participate in relevant fieldwork and client visits and engage 3. Copy of applicant’s transcript with leading industry specialists, green business owners and other community Please contact the Program Coordinator for more information. leaders in sustainability. Applicants with International transcripts must provide proof of a TOEFLiBT score Graduates assist businesses/organizations to assess, strategize, plan, lead, and with at least a total score of 90, with the following minimum section requirements: implement sustainable business practices. In addition, graduates identify and Reading: 21; Listening: 20; Speaking: 27; Writing: 22; Computer-based test: 250; effectively communicate ways to green a supply chain and to incorporate the Paper-based test: 600. cradle-to-cradle supply chain model into a business or organization. Graduates are able to recommend a specific green marketing mix for the private and public sector. Approximate Program Costs Graduates can effectively communicate the business case for sustainability to the Tuition/Fees: $3,960 public, employees, employers, and other stakeholders. Graduates, as ecopreneurs, Books/Supplies: $1,000 have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to create a formal green business plan that includes a detailed green marketing, green operational and green financial plan for Incidental Fees: $0 a green business opportunity of choice. Total: $4,960 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees.SUCCESS FACTORS This program is well-suited for students who: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION • Are driven to act on their passion and concern for the environment by incorporating sustainability components into a current or future workplace or For more information, please contact Claude Lloyd, Program Coordinator, at business. 613-727-4723 ext. 5263 or • Are interested in learning the business skills needed to become a green lloydc@algonquincollege.com. business leader. • Recognize the benefits of participating in innovative learning environments. Possess excellent time-management, communication, organization, and PROGRAM OF STUDY computer skills. LEVEL: 01 HOURS • Have work experience in business, management, or other relevant MGT1011 THE GREEN MOVEMENT 68.0 professional background. MGT1012 ECOLOGY OF BUSINESS 60.0 • Have strong critical-thinking skills together with the desire to implement new MGT1013 GREEN BUSINESS PRACTICES 60.0 MGT1014 ECO-EFFICIENCY IN THE WORKPLACE I 68.0 models of sustainability for any workplace/organization. MGT1015 ECOPRENEURSHIP 68.0 • Appreciate working in a cooperative learning environment. • Face business/organizational challenges as opportunities. LEVEL: 02 HOURS • Are enthusiastic and motivated to lead and affect transformational change. MGT1016 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND BUSINESS ETHICS 60.0 MGT1017 ECO-EFFICIENCY IN THE WORKPLACE II 70.0 • Are creative and innovative thinkers. MGT1018 GLOBAL SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS PRACTICES 60.0 • Perform well individually and in teams. MGT1019 GREEN BUSINESS PLAN APPLIED 64.0 • Believe that they can personally impact positive change in the workplace. MKT1020 GREEN MARKETING AND CONSUMERISM 68.0 71 School of Business
  • LAW CLERK ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011 – CO-OP PROGRAM 0220X01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 320PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Approximate 1st Year Costs This two-year Ontario College Diploma program prepares graduates for Tuition/Fees: $2,980 employment as law clerks (also called legal assistants). Law clerks, who work Books/Supplies: $1,150 under the general direction of a lawyer or paralegal, perform routine legal and Incidental Fees: $0 administrative duties and also assist lawyers and paralegals by conducting a variety Total: $4,130 of legal functions. Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. The curriculum covers a broad range of legal topics and processes. Students learn about real estate practices, maintenance of corporate documents and filings, drafting of court documents and correspondence, techniques for interviewing clients and witnesses, preparation of briefs, compiling evidence for trials, and ADDITIONAL INFORMATION general office procedures. Students seeking exemptions or advanced standing for courses in the program The program is delivered over four levels of 15 weeks each and students can be should consult with the coordinator of the program prior to taking the course to admitted in either the September or January intake. Students starting in January determine whether the course content of the proposed substitute matches the will complete the second level during the summer. course outcomes of the course in the program of study. While courses may have similar titles, it is not to be assumed that credit is granted. Course outlines as well Qualified students can participate in a cooperative placement in the winter as course descriptions need to be assessed to determine transferability of credit. A semester of the second year. The last academic term will be completed in the minimum grade requirement is applicable. summer. This program has flexible delivery options.SUCCESS FACTORS For more information, please contact Francine Roach, Program Coordinator, at This program is well-suited for students who: 613-727-4723 ext. 6194 or • Have excellent interpersonal and human relations skills. roachf@algonquincollege.com. • Are organized, detail-oriented and flexible. • Work well under pressure. PROGRAM OF STUDY • Have a strong literacy and communications background. LEVEL: 01 HOURS ENL1813B COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 Career Options LAW2201B DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND NEGOTIATION 45.0 Graduates have the skills and flexibility to apply their knowledge in a variety LAW2211 PROPERTY RELATIONSHIPS 45.0 of entry-level positions within law offices, corporations, government legal LAW2223 LEGAL RESEARCH 60.0 departments, financial institutions, and court registry and land title offices. LAW2224 INTRODUCTION TO LAW IN SOCIETY 45.0 LAW2258 LEGAL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 45.0 Graduates have the ability to effectively organize and manage a variety of responsibilities. LEVEL: 02 HOURS ENL1823B COMMUNICATIONS II 45.0 The descriptions of legal skills, responsibilities, and settings indicate the LAW1706 TORTS AND CONTRACTS 45.0 abilities and environment in which the graduate may generally work, and LAW2206 FAMILY LAW 45.0 are not intended to imply that the law clerk is practising law. LAW2221B REAL ESTATE PROCEDURES 45.0 LAW2256 INTRODUCTION TO THE CRIMINAL LAW PROCESS 30.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Choose one from equivalencies: GED0220 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. LEVEL: 03 HOURS College Eligibility ACC2292 LEGAL ACCOUNTING 45.0 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an LAW0060 CO-OP EDUCATION WORK TERM PREPARATION FOR LAW CLERK 15.0 LAW2202B INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY 45.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, LAW2204 ADMINISTRATIVE LAW 45.0 or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility LAW2222 CIVIL PROCEDURES I 60.0 for admission; OR LAW2231 LANDLORD AND TENANT 45.0 • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR LAW2241 CORPORATE LAW 45.0 • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR Co-op: 01 • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school LAW0061 CO-OP WORK TERM FOR LAW CLERK diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic LEVEL: 04 HOURS achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. LAW2210B CLIENT RELATIONS FOR LAW CLERKS 30.0 Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. LAW2232 CIVIL PROCEDURES II 60.0 LAW2254 ESTATE ADMINISTRATION AND PROCEDURES 60.0 Program Eligibility LAW2259 DEBTORS’ AND CREDITORS’ RIGHTS 60.0 • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). English General Education Elective: choose 1 • Applicants are expected to have basic computer keyboarding skills. ENL1725 POPULAR CANADIAN LITERATURE 45.0 Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, ENL1726 ARTISTIC EXPRESSION 45.0 applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English. ENL1798 CRITICAL THINKING 45.0 ENL1825 COMMUNICATION DYNAMICS 45.0 ENL1829 THE POWER OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 45.0School of Business 72
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (45 WEEKS) LAW CLERK (INTENSIVE) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 320 0220Z05FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This three-term intensive Ontario College Diploma program, designed for university Students seeking exemptions or advanced standing for courses in the program graduates and graduates of two or three-year college programs, prepares graduates should consult with the coordinator of the program prior to taking the course to for employment as law clerks (also called legal assistants). Law clerks, who work determine whether the course content of the proposed substitute matches the under the general direction of a lawyer or paralegal, perform routine legal and course outcomes of the course in the program of study. While courses may have administrative duties and also assist lawyers and paralegals by conducting a variety similar titles it is not to be assumed that credit will be granted. Course outlines, as of legal functions. well as course descriptions need to be assessed to determine transferability of The curriculum covers a broad range of legal topics and processes. Students learn credit. A minimum grade requirement is applicable. about real estate practices, maintenance of corporate documents and filings, This intensive Full-time day program is offered over 45 weeks starting in September drafting of court documents and correspondence, techniques for interviewing and finishing in August of the following year. clients and witnesses, preparation of briefs, compiling evidence for trials and For more information, please contact Francine Roach, Program Coordinator, at general office procedures. 613-727-4723 ext. 6194 or The program is delivered over three levels. Qualified students can participate in an optional field placement working in a law office or related environment where they roachf@algonquincollege.com. gain valuable on-the-job experience. PROGRAM OF STUDYSUCCESS FACTORS LEVEL: 01 HOURS ACC2292 LEGAL ACCOUNTING 45.0 This program is well-suited for students who: LAW2201B DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND NEGOTIATION 45.0 • Have excellent interpersonal and human relations skills. LAW2211 PROPERTY RELATIONSHIPS 45.0 • Are organized, detail-oriented and flexible. LAW2223 LEGAL RESEARCH 60.0 • Work well under pressure. LAW2224 INTRODUCTION TO LAW IN SOCIETY 45.0 • Have a strong literacy and communications background. LAW2258 LEGAL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 45.0 LEVEL: 02 HOURS Career Options LAW1706 TORTS AND CONTRACTS 45.0 LAW2202B INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY 45.0 Graduates have the skills and flexibility to apply their knowledge in a variety LAW2206 FAMILY LAW 45.0 of entry-level positions within law offices, corporations, government legal LAW2221B REAL ESTATE PROCEDURES 45.0 departments, financial institutions, and court registry and land title offices. LAW2222 CIVIL PROCEDURES I 60.0 Graduates have the ability to effectively organize and manage a variety of LAW2231 LANDLORD AND TENANT 45.0 responsibilities. LEVEL: 03 HOURS The descriptions of legal skills, responsibilities, and settings indicate the LAW2204 ADMINISTRATIVE LAW 45.0 abilities and environment in which the graduate may generally work, and LAW2232 CIVIL PROCEDURES II 60.0 are not intended to imply that the law clerk is practising law. LAW2241 CORPORATE LAW 45.0 LAW2254 ESTATE ADMINISTRATION AND PROCEDURES 60.0 LAW2256 INTRODUCTION TO THE CRIMINAL LAW PROCESS 30.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS LAW2259 DEBTORS’ AND CREDITORS’ RIGHTS 60.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. Program Eligibility • Completion of an accredited university degree or college diploma. • Applicants with a degree/diploma from outside of Canada will be required to complete an English test. • Applicants with substantial completion of a degree/diploma will be assessed on an individual basis and may be required to take additional courses. Approximate 1st Year Costs Tuition/Fees: $4,429 Books/Supplies: $1,550 Incidental Fees: $0 Total: $5,979 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. 73 School of Business
  • MARKETING AND BUSINESS ONTARIO COLLEGE GRADUATE CERTIFICATE (42 WEEKS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 INTELLIGENCE RESEARCH – 1303X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This Ontario College Graduate Certificate program can launch your career in the For more information, please contact Martin Taller, Program Coordinator, at dynamic, fast-changing and growing marketing research industry. Students learn 613-727-4723 ext. 6139 or how people think, how and why people purchase items, and what motivates people to behave the way they do. The program provides students with the employable tallerm@algonquincollege.com. skills to conduct marketing and opinion research in the public and private sectors and on the international scene. The curriculum emphasizes the marketing research PROGRAM OF STUDY process including: research design; questionnaire construction; moderator’s guide LEVEL: 01 HOURS construction; data collection; data base construction; basic and intermediate MKT1201 FUNDAMENTALS OF MARKETING RESEARCH 45.0 statistical analysis and interpretation; and report writing skills. In addition, students MKT1202 QUESTIONNAIRE DESIGN 45.0 become familiar with the scientific method of hypotheses testing and reaching MKT1203 QUALITATIVE MARKETING RESEARCH 45.0 conclusions to solve business problems. MKT1204 ETHICAL ISSUES AND PRIVACY IN MARKETING RESEARCH 45.0 MKT1205 ONLINE MARKETING RESEARCH 45.0 Students in this program gain a substantial foundation in preparation to write the QUA1206 MARKETING RESEARCH STATISTICS AND DATA ANALYSIS 45.0 national Marketing Research and Intelligence Association’s examination to receive LEVEL: 02 HOURS accreditation as a Certified Marketing Research Professional (CMRP). MGT1207 MARKETING MANAGEMENT FOR RESEARCHERS 45.0 This is a mandatory laptop program and students are required to use a laptop MGT1208 COMPETITIVE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE FOR RESEARCHERS 45.0 computer with the appropriate software. For more information, see the website: MGT1213 INTRODUCTION TO FIELD WORK 15.0 algonquincollege.com/its/laptop. MKT1209 MARKETING RESEARCH DESIGN 45.0 MKT1210 INTERNATIONAL MARKETING RESEARCH 45.0 MKT1211 RESEARCH FOR CORE INDUSTRIES 45.0SUCCESS FACTORS QUA1212 ADVANCED TECHNIQUES FOR MARKETING RESEARCH 45.0 This program is well-suited for students who: LEVEL: 03 HOURS • Possess good communication (written, verbal, technology) and interpersonal FLD1214 FIELD WORK 480.0 abilities. • Can be self-directed in a team environment. • Are well-organized and can work effectively under tight time constraints. • Possess critical-thinking skills. • Are curious and have an analytical nature. • See themselves contributing as a team member in dynamic environments. • Like analyzing and solving problems. • Enjoy a “hands-on” approach to learning about the marketing research industry. Career Options Graduates may have opportunities to work in a wide variety of research settings across the business and public sectors.ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. Program Eligibility • College diploma or degree, university diploma or degree in areas of business, marketing, event management, hospitality management, tourism and travel, social sciences, technology; or equivalent. • Applicants with International transcripts must provide proof of a TOEFL iBT score with at least a total score of 90, with the following minimum section requirements: Reading: 21; Listening: 20; Speaking: 27; Writing: 22; or Computer-based test: 250; or Paper-based test: 600. Approximate Program Costs Tuition/Fees: $4,861 Books/Supplies: $1,200 Incidental Fees: $0 Total: $6,061 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees.School of Business 74
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) OFFICE ADMINISTRATION – EXECUTIVE OFFERED IN FALL 2010 UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 320 0210A01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This two-year Ontario College Diploma program is designed to train students to This Full-time day program is offered on the Woodroffe Campus. It is also offered become fully qualified executive assistants able to work in any administrative field on the Pembroke and Perth Campuses as a 45-week Non-Semestered Ontario including select legal environments, such as intellectual property. College Diploma program in a different format. The program is divided into four levels. The first two levels are the Office While the learning outcomes at the Woodroffe, Pembroke and Perth Campuses are Administration – General Ontario College Certificate program (0210X). Levels 03 the same, the curriculum order and subject delivery are reflective of local and 04 provide students with extensive knowledge and skills in the formatting and circumstances, which affect program delivery. preparation of office documentation, an understanding of Canadian business and In Level 04 (Woodroffe Campus only), students who meet the established criteria legal concepts, and an opportunity to apply executive office procedures. Emphasis may participate in a workplace mentoring program, which is one day per week. is placed on the practical demands of the job: organizing activities, preparing professional documents, interacting with the workforce, meeting deadlines, For more information, please contact Lynn Berry, Program Coordinator, at working under pressure, accepting responsibility, and demonstrating initiative. 613-727-4723 ext. 5870 or Students participate in simulations of office environments dealing with realistic berryl@algonquincollege.com. problems and solutions. Students develop high-level word processing, presentation, Internet, email, project management, spreadsheet, and database skills in a network PROGRAM OF STUDY environment. LEVEL: 01 HOURS Office Administration – Executive students may complete three additional courses ENL1962 ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS 45.0 to receive an Office Administration – Legal Ontario College Diploma. GED2013 PERSONAL UNDERSTANDING OF HUMAN RELATIONS 45.0 The program is continuously updated to meet current industry trends and OFF2273 ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES I 45.0 requirements. OFF2275 DOCUMENT PRODUCTION I 75.0 OFF2277 COMPUTERS I 60.0SUCCESS FACTORS LEVEL: 02 HOURS ENL1813B COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 This program is well-suited for students who: OFF2274 ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES II 30.0 • Enjoy working in an office environment. OFF2276 DOCUMENT PRODUCTION II 75.0 • Like using computer and technology applications and enjoy a “hands-on” OFF2295 COMPUTERS II 60.0 approach to learning. OFF2297 ONLINE RESEARCH AND DESIGN 45.0 • Possess good communication (written, verbal, technology) and interpersonal Choose one from equivalencies: abilities. GED0210 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 • Are well-organized, pay attention to detail and can work effectively under time LEVEL: 03 HOURS constraints. OFF2223 BUSINESS AND LEGAL CONCEPTS I 45.0 • Are able to sit for extended periods of time. OFF2257 INTRODUCTION TO LAW/BUSINESS 45.0 OFF2266 EXECUTIVE INTEGRATED PROJECTS I 90.0 OFF2279 COMPUTERS III 60.0 Career Options OFF2292 HUMAN DYNAMICS 30.0 Graduates may find employment in any administrative field within the LEVEL: 04 HOURS business sector or in different levels of government. Graduates usually find OFF2224 BUSINESS AND LEGAL CONCEPTS II 45.0 employment as administrative assistants or executive assistants. Students OFF2267 EXECUTIVE INTEGRATED PROJECTS II 90.0 may also work in general legal environments such as communications law OFF2291 COMPUTERS IV 60.0 and intellectual property. English General Education Elective: choose 1 ENL1725 POPULAR CANADIAN LITERATURE 45.0 ENL1726 ARTISTIC EXPRESSION 45.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ENL1798 CRITICAL THINKING 45.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. ENL1825 COMMUNICATION DYNAMICS 45.0 ENL1829 THE POWER OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 45.0 Program Eligibility • Direct Entry to Second Year: Students who have completed Algonquin’s Office Administration – General certificate program, or equivalent, will be admitted directly into second year. Students returning to second year registering for the double diploma (Office Administration – Legal and Office Administration – Executive) are required to have a GPA of 2.0 with a recommendation of a GPA of 2.7. Interested applicants should contact the Financial, Office and Legal Studies Department. Students may commence in Level 03 or Level 04. Approximate 1st Year Costs Tuition/Fees: $2,980 Books/Supplies: $600 Incidental Fees: $0 Total: $3,580 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. 75 School of Business
  • OFFICE ADMINISTRATION – GENERAL ONTARIO COLLEGE CERTIFICATE (1 YEAR) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011 0210X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This Ontario College Certificate program prepares students for a career in office Students starting in January will complete the second level during the summer administration support. Students develop their office skills, learn administrative semester. procedures, and study computer applications using Microsoft Office and other This program has flexible delivery options. software packages. The program emphasizes the development of strong technical, communications and human relations skills and includes courses on document For more information, please contact Cathy Collyer, Program Coordinator, at production and Internet research. In addition, students gain practical experience in 613-727-4723 ext. 5214 or the classroom through simulated office situations. collyec@algonquincollege.com. The program is delivered over two levels of 15 weeks each and students can be admitted in either the September or January intake. Students starting in January PROGRAM OF STUDY will complete the second level during the summer. LEVEL: 01 HOURS Graduates of the program have the opportunity to enter the second year of the two- ENL1962 ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS 45.0 year Office Administration Ontario College Diploma program (Executive and/or GED2013 PERSONAL UNDERSTANDING OF HUMAN RELATIONS 45.0 Legal specialization). OFF2273 ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES I 45.0 OFF2275 DOCUMENT PRODUCTION I 75.0SUCCESS FACTORS OFF2277 COMPUTERS I 60.0 LEVEL: 02 HOURS This program is well-suited for students who: ENL1813B COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 • Enjoy working in an office environment. OFF2274 ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES II 30.0 • Possess good communication (written, verbal, technology) and interpersonal OFF2276 DOCUMENT PRODUCTION II 75.0 abilities. OFF2295 COMPUTERS II 60.0 • Are detail-oriented, organized and committed to achieving excellence in their OFF2297 ONLINE RESEARCH AND DESIGN 45.0 work. Choose one from equivalencies: • Can be self-directed in a team environment. GED0210 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 • Are able to sit for extended periods of time. Career Options Graduates are equipped with skills for a variety of office positions and may find employment in entry-level support staff or administrative positions.ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. College Eligibility • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility for admission; OR • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. Program Eligibility • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent is required). NOTE: Applicants are encouraged to acquire basic computer skills such as keyboard proficiency prior to the start of the program. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English. Approximate Program Costs Tuition/Fees: $3,015 Books/Supplies: $700 Incidental Fees: $0 Total: $3,715 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees.School of Business 76
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) OFFICE ADMINISTRATION – LEGAL OFFERED IN FALL 2010 UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 320 0210B01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This two-year Ontario College Diploma program prepares students to become fully In Level 04, students who meet the established criteria may participate in a qualified legal assistants who are able to work in a legal or general office workplace mentoring program, which is one day per week. environment. For more information, please contact Lynn Berry, Program Coordinator, at The program is divided into four levels. The first two levels are the Office 613-727-4723 ext. 5870 or Administration – General Ontario College Certificate program (0210X01FWO). Levels 03 and 04 are designed to give students extensive knowledge and skills in berryl@algonquincollege.com. the areas of wills and estates, litigation, real estate, family law, intellectual property, and corporate law. Students study legal and business concepts, learn PROGRAM OF STUDY general legal office procedures, and use specialized legal software to prepare and LEVEL: 01 HOURS format documentation. Emphasis is placed on the practical demands of the job as ENL1962 ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS 45.0 well as confidentiality, professional ethics, and meeting deadlines. Students GED2013 PERSONAL UNDERSTANDING OF HUMAN RELATIONS 45.0 participate in office simulations where they deal with realistic situations and OFF2273 ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES I 45.0 develop high-level word processing, presentation, Internet, email, database, and OFF2275 DOCUMENT PRODUCTION I 75.0 spreadsheet skills in a network environment. OFF2277 COMPUTERS I 60.0 Graduates of this program may complete an additional two courses to receive an LEVEL: 02 HOURS Office Administration – Executive Ontario College Diploma. ENL1813B COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 OFF2274 ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES II 30.0 OFF2276 DOCUMENT PRODUCTION II 75.0SUCCESS FACTORS OFF2295 COMPUTERS II 60.0 This program is well-suited for students who: OFF2297 ONLINE RESEARCH AND DESIGN 45.0 • Enjoy working in a legal office environment. Choose one from equivalencies: • Like using computer and technology applications and enjoy a “hands-on” GED0210 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 approach to learning. LEVEL: 03 HOURS • Possess good communication (written, verbal, technology) and interpersonal OFF2223 BUSINESS AND LEGAL CONCEPTS I 45.0 abilities. OFF2257 INTRODUCTION TO LAW/BUSINESS 45.0 • Are well-organized, pay attention to detail and can work effectively under time OFF2264 LEGAL DOCUMENT PRODUCTION I 90.0 constraints. OFF2279 COMPUTERS III 60.0 OFF2292 HUMAN DYNAMICS 30.0 • Are able to sit for extended periods of time. LEVEL: 04 HOURS OFF0023 LEGAL TRANSCRIPTION AND LEGAL RESEARCH 30.0 Career Options OFF2224 BUSINESS AND LEGAL CONCEPTS II 45.0 Graduates may find employment as legal assistants in a variety of work OFF2265 LEGAL DOCUMENT PRODUCTION II 90.0 environments: law and real estate offices, patent and trademark offices, OFF2291 COMPUTERS IV 60.0 courts, municipal offices, legal departments of government and large English General Education Elective: choose 1 corporations, insurance companies, or in any general office environment. ENL1725 POPULAR CANADIAN LITERATURE 45.0 ENL1726 ARTISTIC EXPRESSION 45.0 ENL1798 CRITICAL THINKING 45.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ENL1825 ENL1829 COMMUNICATION DYNAMICS THE POWER OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 45.0 45.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. Program Eligibility • Direct Entry to Second Year: Students who have completed Algonquin’s Office Administration – General certificate program, or equivalent, will be admitted directly into second year. Students returning to second year registering for the double diploma (Office Administration – Legal and Office Administration – Executive) are required to have a GPA of 2.0 with a recommendation of a GPA of 2.7. Interested applicants should contact the Financial, Office and Legal Studies Department. Students may commence in Level 03 or Level 04. Approximate 1st Year Costs Tuition/Fees: $2,980 Books/Supplies: $650 Incidental Fees: $0 Total: $3,630 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. 77 School of Business
  • ORGANIZATIONAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT ONTARIO COLLEGE GRADUATE CERTIFICATE (42 WEEKS) OFFERED IN FALL 2011 1305X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The environment in which businesses today compete is rapidly changing and the For more information, please contact Carl Persaud, Program Coordinator, at: rate of change is increasing. They are locked in a battle to meet demanding 613-727-4723 ext. 2563 or customer expectations while competing successfully to gain market share and to grow revenues and profit. persauc@algonquincollege.com. Individuals who know and work to master the concepts, techniques, and tools of quality know that higher quality can, and always does, make a difference. PROGRAM OF STUDY LEVEL: 01 HOURS This program is designed to provide graduates with practical knowledge to be a MGT1030 QUALITY BASICS 45.0 significant contributor in many areas of quality management. They learn how to MGT1031 CUSTOMER/SUPPLIER MANAGEMENT 45.0 integrate quality initiatives in the existing business framework by assessing MGT1032 TEAM DYNAMICS 45.0 business processes from a quality perspective and developing quality processes MGT1033 QUALITY MODELS 45.0 that support day-to-day and strategic business plans. MGT1034 QUALITY PLANNING 60.0 The program offers a two-part approach to organizational quality management. The QUA1031 DATA ANALYSIS I 60.0 first focuses on technical aspects that enable students to use appropriate tools for LEVEL: 02 HOURS identifying, analyzing and recommending quality improvement initiatives. The MGT1035 PROCESS MAPPING 45.0 second part teaches how to address quality issues from a business perspective MGT1036 QUALITY AUDIT 45.0 including the business strategy, return on investment and overall cost of quality. MGT1037 COST OF QUALITY 60.0 MGT1038 BUSINESS ACUMEN 60.0 Graduates of this program gain the educational component needed to write the MGT1039 STRATEGIC QUALITY PLANNING 45.0 certification exams for a number of professional designations sponsored by the QUA1032 DATA ANALYSIS II 45.0 American Society for Quality (ASQ). LEVEL: 03 HOURS WKT1030 WORK TERM PLACEMENT 444.0SUCCESS FACTORS This program is well-suited for students who: • Are interested in detail-oriented work. • Enjoy working with others to improve business processes. • Are “systems thinkers” who enjoy looking for business success indicators. Career Options Employment opportunities may exist in several business sectors, such as Manufacturing, Services, Health, Education and Government. Graduates may find employment in areas such as quality auditing, quality improvement analysis, quality strategy development, quality engineering and quality process analysis.ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. Program Eligibility • College diploma or degree or university diploma or degree. Approximate Program Costs Tuition/Fees: $4,315 Books/Supplies: $1,400 Incidental Fees: $0 Total: $5,715 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees.School of Business 78
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) PARALEGAL OFFERED IN FALL 2010 UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 320 1302X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION Program Eligibility • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent is required). This Ontario College Diploma program, accredited by the Law Society of Upper Canada, prepares graduates to apply to the Law Society of Upper Canada to Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, become licensed paralegals. Paralegals are non-lawyers providing legal services in applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English. specified areas of practice to the public for a fee. The type of work that a licensed paralegal can perform is limited by the Law Society and this program is restricted to those areas of law. Approximate 1st Year Costs Students receive training in case management and trial preparation in areas such Tuition/Fees: $2,980 as small claims court proceedings, highway traffic cases, provincial rental tribunals, Books/Supplies: $1,300 and workplace, health and safety issues. The curriculum also covers ethics and Incidental Fees: $0 professional responsibility issues and the requirements of running a business and Total: $4,280 reporting to clients. In the final semester, students participate in a mandatory field Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. placement which occurs at the end of the course work portion of the semester. The final semester is 19 weeks in duration with students spending the first 15 weeks completing their courses and the balance of four weeks in the ADDITIONAL INFORMATION placement enviroment. For more information, please contact Adriana Mello, Program Coordinator, at Recent graduates of the Law Clerk program receive advanced standing toward the Paralegal diploma. 613-727-4723 ext. 7170 or Students seeking exemptions or advanced standing for courses in the program melloa@algonquincollege.com. should consult with the coordinator of the program prior to taking the course to determine whether the course content of the proposed substitute matches the PROGRAM OF STUDY course outcomes of the course in the program of study. While courses may have LEVEL: 01 HOURS similar titles it is not be be assumed that credit is granted. Course outlines as well ENL1813B COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 as course descriptions need to be assessed to determine transferability of credit. A LAW2201B DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND NEGOTIATION 45.0 minimum grade requirement is applicable. LAW2211 PROPERTY RELATIONSHIPS 45.0 LAW2223 LEGAL RESEARCH 60.0 For detailed information on the requirements for becoming a licensed paralegal, see LAW2224 INTRODUCTION TO LAW IN SOCIETY 45.0 the Law Society of Upper Canada website at: LAW2258 LEGAL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 45.0 lsuc.on.ca. LEVEL: 02 HOURS ACC2292 LEGAL ACCOUNTING 45.0SUCCESS FACTORS LAW0009 BUSINESS AND CONSUMER RELATIONSHIPS 30.0 LAW1706 TORTS AND CONTRACTS 45.0 This program is well-suited for students who: LAW2204 ADMINISTRATIVE LAW 45.0 • Are flexible and can prioritize tasks. LAW2231 LANDLORD AND TENANT 45.0 • Have excellent oral and written communication skills. Choose one from equivalencies: • Are attentive to detail. GED1302 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 • Enjoy analyzing and solving problems. LEVEL: 03 HOURS • Have a high standard of ethics. LAW0010 ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY 45.0 LAW0011 EVIDENCE AND THE LITIGATION PROCESS 45.0 Career Options LAW0012 PROVINCIAL OFFENCES/MOTOR VEHICLE OFFENCES 60.0 LAW0013 PRINCIPLES OF EMPLOYMENT LAW 45.0 Graduates are prepared to be self-employed or to work in a variety of LAW0014 ADVOCACY FOR PARALEGALS 60.0 employed positions in the areas of practice covered in the program. A licence is required to practise in the defined areas of paralegal practice. English General Education Elective: choose 1 ENL1725 POPULAR CANADIAN LITERATURE 45.0 Students should be familiar with the requirements set by the Law Society of ENL1726 ARTISTIC EXPRESSION 45.0 Upper Canada for licensing and practice as a paralegal. ENL1798 CRITICAL THINKING 45.0 ENL1825 COMMUNICATION DYNAMICS 45.0 ENL1829 THE POWER OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 45.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS LEVEL: 04 HOURS Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. ENL0043 COMMUNICATION/WRITING 45.0 FLD0001 FIELD PLACEMENT/PRACTICUM FOR PARALEGALS 120.0 College Eligibility LAW0016 SMALL CLAIMS COURT 45.0 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an LAW0017 CRIMINAL/SUMMARY CONVICTION PROCEDURE 45.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, LAW0018 TRIBUNAL PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE 45.0 or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility LAW0019 FIELD PLACEMENT PREP FOR PARALEGALS 12.0 for admission; OR MGT0062 PRACTICE MANAGEMENT/OPERATING A SMALL BUSINESS 45.0 • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR Choose one from equivalencies: • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR GED1302B GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. 79 School of Business
  • PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (45 WEEKS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 1340X04FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This Ontario College Diploma program is designed to train students to work in This program has flexible delivery options. accounting and to pursue the Certified General Accountant (CGA) designation. The For more information, please contact Dave Ferries, Program Coordinator, at program is especially suited to mature students who are seeking a new career in accounting or want to re-enter the workforce in the accounting field. 613-727-4723 ext. 7755 or This intensive program enables students to complete a two-year diploma program ferried@algonquincollege.com. in one year plus earn credits toward the requirements of the Certified General For more information regarding the CGA designation, please refer to the CGA Accountants Association program of professional studies. Depending upon website at: academic achievement, graduates may earn credits equivalent to the eleven cga-ontario.org. courses in the Foundation Studies of the CGA program. PROGRAM OF STUDYSUCCESS FACTORS LEVEL: 01 HOURS This program is well-suited for students who: ACC5151 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I 120.0 • Are highly motivated and prepared to spend a great deal of time on their BUS2301 BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 45.0 studies. ECO2200 ECONOMIC ISSUES 45.0 • Want to upgrade their career. ENL1813B COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 • Want a career in the accounting field. QUA5152 QUANTITATIVE METHODS 90.0 • Require a fast-track approach towards an accounting designation. LEVEL: 02 HOURS ACC2344 TAXATION I 60.0 ACC5152 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II 120.0 Career Options DAT5150 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS 60.0 Graduates are prepared for employment with businesses using ENL1823B COMMUNICATIONS II 45.0 computerized accounting systems. Analysis and interpretation of this LAW1732 BUSINESS LAW I 45.0 information is needed to make sound financial control decisions. Graduates LEVEL: 03 HOURS may find work in the areas of receivables, payables, general accounting ACC2385 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN ACCOUNTING 60.0 records, financial statement presentation, and cost analysis. Graduates may ACC5153 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING III 90.0 occupy these positions in small and medium-sized businesses, as well as all ACC5168 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING I 90.0 levels of government. MGT5152 FINANCE I 60.0 Choose one from equivalencies: GED1340 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. College Eligibility • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility for admission; OR • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. Program Eligibility • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent is required). • Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or a mathematics with a similar content, is required). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. Approximate Program Costs Tuition/Fees: $4,429 Books/Supplies: $2,000 Incidental Fees: $0 Total: $6,429 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees.School of Business 80
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011 UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 320 0242X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION Approximate 1st Year Costs This two-year Ontario College Diploma program provides students with the Tuition/Fees: $2,980 managerial concepts and ownership principles required for a successful career in Books/Supplies: $1,000 the management or ownership of a small to medium-sized enterprise (SME). This Incidental Fees: $0 area of the economy is growing and changing at an unprecedented rate, creating a Total: $3,980 demand for highly skilled and knowledgeable business professionals. Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. Embedded in all core courses are ecologically sustainable and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) models in order to create corporate and socially responsible managers and entrepreneurs. The program curriculum also emphasizes individual ADDITIONAL INFORMATION education where students are encouraged to explore their talents and creativity by This Full-time day program is offered on the Woodroffe Campus. choosing and working on project topics that are of interest to them. In addition, students work on several major business projects including the creation and For more information, please visit our School of Business website at: presentation of a comprehensive business plan, which they may use as a blueprint algonquincollege.com/business or to start their own business. contact Phil Jones, Program Coordinator, at The program has a strong focus on trends, innovation and the digital economy in 613-727-4723 ext. 5433 or order to provide students with the forward-thinking skills needed to become effective and successful business managers and owners. jonesp@algonquincollege.com.SUCCESS FACTORS PROGRAM OF STUDY This program is well-suited for students who: LEVEL: 01 HOURS • Want to control their own destiny and start an SME or use their ACC2210 INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING 60.0 BUS2301 BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 45.0 entrepreneurial spirit to manage an existing SME. ENL1813B COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 • Are visionaries with a strong ability to generate new ideas and to find a better MGT2232 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION 60.0 way of doing things. RET2201 SKILLS FOR SUCCESS IN SMEs 60.0 • Are proactive and “get the job done”. LEVEL: 02 HOURS • Want to be part of a like-minded team of students and faculty that helps them ENL1823B COMMUNICATIONS II 45.0 achieve their goals. MGT2205 MANAGING YOUR FINANCES 60.0 MKT2201 MARKETING FOR SMEs 60.0 Career Options MKT2237 ADVERTISING AND DIGITAL MEDIA 60.0 RET2203 PROFESSIONAL SELLING 60.0 Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) are the fastest growing sector of the economy, internationally and locally. Many graduates are interested Choose one from equivalencies: GED0242 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 in managing a small to medium-sized business or starting their own business. Employment may also be obtained in both the public sector and LEVEL: 03 HOURS the retail industry where strong leadership skills and the ability to adapt to GED2235 ETHICAL, SOCIAL AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 45.0 change are required. MGT2230 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 60.0 MGT2235 PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR SMEs 60.0 MGT2246 INTRODUCTION TO e-BUSINESS 60.0 RET2205 VISUAL MERCHANDISING AND STORE DESIGN 60.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS LEVEL: 04 HOURS Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. LAW2205 CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN CANADIAN SOCIETY 45.0 College Eligibility MGT2008 BUSINESS PLAN – APPLIED 60.0 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an MGT2247 WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT 60.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, MGT2248 GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP 60.0 or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility RET2211 RETAIL MANAGEMENT 60.0 for admission; OR • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. Program Eligibility • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required). • Mathematics, Grade 11 (MBF3C or a mathematics with a similar content, is required). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. 81 School of Business
  • SPORT BUSINESS MANAGEMENT ONTARIO COLLEGE GRADUATE CERTIFICATE (1 YEAR) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 6073X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS This Ontario College Graduate Certificate program prepares students for an exciting Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. and successful career in the fast growing multi-billion dollar sport industry. No Program Eligibility longer is “passion for the game” a qualification for entry: a specialized business education is required. Successful individuals looking for a sport job are well-trained, • College diploma or degree, university diploma or degree or equivalent. educated and highly skilled. This one-year program prepares students to work (While not a requirement, it is recommended that applicants have some within the broader area of sport, particularly the management aspect of the foundation in accounting and finance i.e. at least one postsecondary course). industry. • Qualified applicants who do not have a business-related diploma or degree will be required to complete the Sport Business Management Eligibility In three terms of study, the curriculum provides cross-disciplinary training related to: Package. In some cases applicants may be asked to take a postsecondary sport marketing; corporate and ticket sales; sport sponsorship; sport economics; finance course as a condition of acceptance into the program. Applicants will sport finance; entrepreneurship; event planning and management; sport business in be required to complete and return the following three components: the social context; customer service; legal aspects of sport; sport governance; 1. A letter of intent, which requires the applicant to state their previous project management; community sport issues; and sport management professional experience related to the sport industry, their program expectations and preparation. In-class work includes case studies, role playing, optimal use of what skills, knowledge and attitudes they bring to the program. technology, and a variety of practical assignments. 2. Applicant’s Curriculum Vitae. The design of the Sport Business Management program and its respective 3. Copy of applicant’s transcript. components is unique. As the nation’s capital, Ottawa has several professional Please contact the Program Coordinator for more information. sport franchises and more national governing sport bodies and multi-sport • Applicants with International transcripts must provide proof of a TOEFLiBT organizations than any other city in Canada. The program balances sport-business score with at least a total score of 90, with the following minimum section management education with an intensive experiential work placement. Throughout requirements: Reading: 21; Listening: 20; Speaking: 27; Writing: 22; the duration of the program, students must work a minimum of 16 hours per week Computer-based test: 250; Paper-based test: 600. within the sport industry. This program is presented in a mobile notebook computing learning environment, Approximate Program Costs enabling a hybrid course delivery with courses in-class and online. Graduates obtain Tuition/Fees: $11,360 mobile computing skills to interact in a collaborative fashion with peers and course Books/Supplies: $2,250 leaders allowing them to contribute immediately to an organization’s goals using Incidental Fees: $0 modern information technology tools. Total: $13,610 Through an active advisory board of sport industry leaders and close relationships Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. with employers, the program is continuously updated to meet the current demands of the sport industry. These relationships provide students with strong opportunities for networking, as well as, bringing influential industry leaders into the classroom to ADDITIONAL INFORMATION share their experiences. Upon graduation, students are well-prepared to begin For more information, please contact Dave Best, Acting Program Coordinator, at working as a sport business professional. 613-727-4723 ext. 3513 or This is a mandatory laptop program and students are required to use a laptop computer with the appropriate software. For more information, see the website: bestd@algonquincollege.com. algonquincollege.com/its/laptop. Also see: algonquincollege.com/business/programs/sport/index.htmSUCCESS FACTORS for graduate testimonials, guest speakers, placement organizations, and a link to the Advisory Board member video. This program is well-suited for students who: • Have a passion for sport. • Possess excellent time-management skills. PROGRAM OF STUDY • Are well-organized, energetic and enjoy working with people. LEVEL: 01 HOURS • Are interested in planning and executing sport business initiatives. MGT2120 INTRODUCTION TO SPORT MANAGEMENT 45.0 • Are motivated to lead. MGT2121 SPORT ORGANIZATIONS 45.0 MGT2123 SPORT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 45.0 MGT2124 DRIVING REVENUE IN SPORT 45.0 Career Options MGT2125 FIELD WORK I 192.0 Graduates may be employed in a wide range of sport management MGT2138 PROJECT MANAGEMENT 45.0 activities, including sport event planning and management, sales and LEVEL: 02 HOURS marketing, facility management, administrative positions within MGT2126 SPORT ECONOMICS 45.0 professional sport franchises, sport governing bodies, public governing MGT2127 GAME DAY OPERATIONS 45.0 bodies, community recreation departments, sporting goods companies, sport MGT2128 DEVELOPING YOUR MARKET 45.0 marketing agencies, public governing bodies, sport agents’ operations, and MGT2129 SPORT AND SPECIAL EVENT PLANNING 45.0 MGT2131 FIELD WORK II 240.0 athletic service organizations. MGT2135 ADVANCED PRESENTATION SKILLS 45.0 LEVEL: 03 HOURS MGT2130 COMMUNICATION IN SPORT 45.0 MGT2132 LEGAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES OF SPORT 45.0 MGT2133 SPORT BUSINESS LEADERSHIP 45.0 MGT2134 CORPORATE SPORT SPONSORSHIP 45.0 MGT2136 MANAGING THE SPORT ORGANIZATION 45.0 MGT2137 FIELD WORK III 240.0School of Business 82
  • ALGONQUIN COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY School of Health and Community Studies BACHELOR DEGREES CERTIFICATESBachelor of Science in Nursing • Dental Assisting – Levels I and II Global Studies – NEW O L Orientation to Nursing in Ontario for Practical Nurses GRADUATE CERTIFICATES Personal Support WorkerClinically Intensive Orientation to Nursing in Ontario OOrientation to Nursing in Ontario for Nurses OPerformance Coaching – NEW O ADVANCED DIPLOMASApplied Museum Studies OChild and Youth Worker OMassage Therapy OMassage Therapy (Intensive) – NEW OMedical Radiation Technology – NEW ORespiratory Therapy O DIPLOMASDental Hygiene ODevelopmental Services Worker ODevelopmental Services Worker (Intensive) OEarly Childhood Education OEarly Childhood Education (Intensive) OFitness and Health Promotion OLibrary and Information Technician OPractical Nursing OPractical Nursing (and Foreign-Trained Nurse Option) ORecreation and Leisure Services ORecreation Facility Management OSocial Service Worker OSocial Service Worker (Intensive) OO Apply through OCAS• Apply through the Ontario University Application CentreL Offered in Fall 2011 83
  • APPLIED MUSEUM STUDIES ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 0446C01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 320PROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma program provides students with Students are strongly encouraged to improve their French language skills to a sound background in museum work and the technical areas common to all maximize job opportunities, particularly those available in the Ottawa area which museums including collections management, exhibit preparation, conservation, require bilingualism. Students will be tested in the first week of classes. educational programming, and museum management. For more admissions information. please contact the Community Studies The program has three components: academic studies, workshops and field Department, at placements. 613-727-4723 ext. 7776.SUCCESS FACTORS PROGRAM OF STUDY This program is well-suited for students who: LEVEL: 01 HOURS • Have an interest in preserving our cultural past. ENL1813S COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0 • Like to be creative with their hands and/or tools. MUS1934 HISTORY OF TECHNOLOGY 45.0 • Enjoy educating others about cultures, historical events, people, and our MUS1997 ART, ARCHITECTURE AND ARTIFACTS 45.0 natural world. MUS1999 INTRODUCTION TO MUSEUM RESEARCH 45.0 • Are observant and well-organized. MUS2000 CRITICAL THINKING FOR THE CULTURAL SECTOR 45.0 Elective: choose 1 FLS3000 FRENCH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE BEGINNER I 45.0 Career Options FLS3001 FRENCH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE BEGINNER II 45.0 Graduates may find employment in technical and management positions in LEVEL: 02 HOURS museums and galleries or other cultural/heritage institutions. Graduates ENL1853C PROFESSIONAL WRITING FOR MUSEUM STUDIES 45.0 may also be employed as freelance museum contractors or as staff in MUS1974 CANADIAN STUDIES 45.0 antique or art shops. MUS2002 INTRODUCTION TO MUSEUM STUDIES 60.0 MUS2003 INTRODUCTION TO GROUP DYNAMICS 45.0 MUS2004 CULTURAL SECTOR CAREER PREPARATION 30.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Elective: choose 1 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. FLS3001 FRENCH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE BEGINNER II 45.0 FLS3002 FRENCH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE BEGINNER III 45.0 College Eligibility LEVEL: 03 HOURS • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an MUS2006 MUSEUM MANAGEMENT 45.0 OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, MUS2007 COLLECTIONS MANAGEMENT I – REGISTRATION 60.0 or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility MUS2008 SHOP PRACTICES 60.0 for admission; OR MUS2009 DIGITAL DESIGN FOR MUSEUMS 30.0 • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR MUS2010 INFORMAL LEARNING IN MUSEUMS 45.0 • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR MUS2023 PRESERVATION PRINCIPLES 1 60.0 • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school MUS2024 PRESERVATION PRINCIPLES 2 60.0 diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic LEVEL: 04 HOURS achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. MUS2011 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE CULTURAL SECTOR 30.0 Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. MUS2012 EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING 45.0 MUS2013 TECHNIQUES IN EXHIBITION 90.0 Program Eligibility MUS2014 LABORATORY PROCEDURES I 90.0 • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required) with a minimum grade of MUS2015 REVENUE GENERATION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS 45.0 MUS2016 COLLECTIONS MANAGEMENT 2 – CATALOGUING AND RESEARCH 45.0 65%. • Complete a questionnaire which will be used in the selection of eligible LEVEL: 05 HOURS applicants. MUS1982 HUMAN RESOURCES PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT 45.0 • Students with a recognized university degree may be admitted directly into MUS2017 COLLECTION MANAGEMENT 3 – CARE, HANDLING AND STORAGE 60.0 MUS2018 PROGRAM INTERPRETATION 45.0 Level 03 of the program. MUS2019 PLAN AND DEVELOP EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITIONS 60.0 MUS2020 LABORATORY PROCEDURES 2 90.0 Approximate 1st Year Costs MUS2021 MUSEUM INTERNSHIP PREPARATION 30.0 Tuition/Fees: $2,980 Choose one from equivalencies: Books/Supplies: $700 GED0446 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 Incidental Fees: $55 LEVEL: 06 HOURS Total: $3,735 MUS2022 MUSEUM INTERNSHIP 500.0 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees.School of Health and Community Studies 84
  • DEGREE PROGRAM (4 YEARS) BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING OFFERED IN FALL 2010 UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 321 0616X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION FEES AND EXPENSES This program, offered in collaboration with the University of Ottawa, educates For information about fees, please see the University of Ottawa website at: nurses at the undergraduate level through an approach that encourages self- registraire.uottawa.ca/Default.aspx?tabid=2708. direction, critical thinking and life-long learning in the field of nursing science. Students should budget for additional costs to cover nursing uniforms, shoes, Students enrolling in the collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) stethoscope and travel including parking at clinical agencies during their practicum program can study at either the University or College site, however, some courses in experiences. Much of the program of study requires the use of online resources and the program are only available at the University. a computer at home would be beneficial. Books and supplies can be purchased in Students focus on the promotion, maintenance and restoration of health and quality the Woodroffe campus bookstore. of life for individuals, families and communities. Graduates also contribute to the The Canadian Nurses Registration Examination fee set by the College of Nurses of development of nursing as an art and a science and address the challenges facing Ontario is approximately $500. the health care system. Acting within the context of a multidisciplinary team, BScN graduates are in high demand and may work in hospitals, community health agencies and long-term care facilities across Canada and around the world. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This Full-time day program is offered on the Woodroffe or Pembroke Campuses. InSUCCESS FACTORS addition, the program is offered at the University of Ottawa Campus. This program is well-suited for students who: Note 1: A completed Health Record including immunization status and CPR “C” • Enjoy the challenges of working with people of all ages and cultural level is required prior to clinical practice, and every subsequent spring. backgrounds. Note 2: Clinical placements receive large numbers of health science students and • Possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills. there may be times during your program of study that require you to attend • Like working with others as a member of a team or in a leadership role. weekend clinical experiences. • Have strong problem-solving and analytical skills. Note 3: A Police Records Check will be required on entrance into the program. • Are dedicated patient advocates. IMPORTANT: For students admitted to the program prior to Fall 2007, three electives are required across the four years of the program. For students admitted Career Options to the program in the Fall 2007 and later, four electives are required across the four Employment settings: hospitals, rehabilitation centres, long-term care, years of the program. health departments, community clinics, schools, private industry, government, For further information regarding admissions, please contact the admissions developing countries and disaster-relief areas. department at the University of Ottawa at The legislated Scope of Practice for nurses from the College of Nurses of 613-562-5315 or toll free at Ontario is: “The practice of nursing is the promotion of health, and the 1-877-8292 ext. 5315. assessment of the provision of care for, and the treatment of health conditions by supportive, preventive, therapeutic, palliative, and rehabilitative means in order to attain or maintain optimal function”. (CNO 2004). PROGRAM OF STUDY Graduates must be licensed by the College of Nurses of Ontario in order to LEVEL: 01 HOURS practise in Ontario. ANP1105 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 1 42.0 ENL1100C WORKSHOP IN ESSAY WRITING 42.0 HSS1101 DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH CARE 42.0ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS NSG1001 BScN ELECTIVE LEVEL 1 42.0 PSY1101 INTRODUCTION TO EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 42.0 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. LEVEL: 02 HOURS Program Eligibility ANP1106 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II 42.0 ANP1107 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY III 42.0 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) with a minimum of six Grade 12 4U BAC2100 MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY 42.0 or 4M courses, including Biology 4U and Chemistry 4U (with a minimum grade NSG2001 BScN ELECTIVE LEVEL 2 42.0 of 65% in each), English 4U and Functions MCF3M. A minimum overall PHI1370 PHILOSOPHICAL ISSUES IN HEALTH CARE 42.0 average of 76% is required. LEVEL: 03 HOURS • Mature applicant status includes: Biology and Chemistry 4U or the equivalent HSS2381 MEASUREMENT AND DATA ANALYSIS 42.0 (minimum 65% in each), plus Functions MCF3M or equivalent. Mature status NSG2317L HEALTH ASSESSMENT (LAB) 39.0 applies to applicants who have been out of full-time studies for a minimum of NSG2317T HEALTH ASSESSMENT (THEORY) 26.0 two years since high school. A Mature applicant must submit a resume of their NSG4400 BScN ELECTIVE LEVEL 3 42.0 non-academic activities and a written statement outlining why he/she feels PHS4300 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY 42.0 they have the potential to succeed even if they do not meet the normal PSY2114 LIFESPAN PSYCHOLOGY 42.0 minimum admission requirements. LEVEL: 04 HOURS Please note: NSG2113C INTRODUCTION TO NURSING SCIENCE (C) 26.0 1) These are minimum requirements only and are subject to change. NSG2113S INTRODUCTION TO NURSING SCIENCE (S) 16.0 Admission is not guaranteed. NSG2313L INTRODUCTION TO NURSING PRACTICE (L) 60.0 2) For this program interested students must apply through the University NSG2313P INTRODUCTION TO NURSING PRACTICE (P) 57.0 NSG3301 HEALTH RESEARCH: QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE Application Centre. Applications are available online at: APPROACHES 42.0 compass.ouac.on.ca. NSG4401 BScN ELECTIVE LEVEL 3 42.0 PHA3112 CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY 42.0 85 School of Health and Community Studies
  • BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING DEGREE PROGRAM (4 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 0616X01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 321LEVEL: 05 HOURSNSG3107 FAMILY-CENTERED CARE OF CHILDREN WITH ACUTE AND CHRONIC ILLNESS 42.0NSG3111 CARE OF THE CHILDBEARING FAMILY 42.0NSG3127 NURSING PROFESSIONALISM AND ETHICS 42.0NSG3307L PRACTICUM: FAMILY-CENTERED CARE OF CHILDREN WITH ACUTE AND CHRONIC ILLNESS 21.0NSG3307P PRACTICUM: FAMILY-CENTERED CARE OF CHILDREN WITH ACUTE AND CHRONIC ILLNESS 96.0NSG3311L PRACTICUM: CHILDBEARING FAMILY (L) 24.0NSG3311P PRACTICUM: CHILDBEARING FAMILY 78.0NSG3311S PRACTICUM: CHILDBEARING FAMILY (S) 15.0LEVEL: 06 HOURSNSG3103C THEORY IN NURSING 42.0NSG3105 CARE OF ADULTS EXPERIENCING ILLNESS 42.0NSG3137P PRACTICUM: MENTAL HEALTH (P) 96.0NSG3137W PRACTICUM: MENTAL HEALTH NURSING –W 21.0NSG3305L PRACTICUM: CARE OF ADULTS EXPERIENCING ILLNESS (LAB) 21.0NSG3305P PRACTICUM: CARE OF ADULTS EXPERIENCING ILLNESS 96.0NSG3320 MENTAL HEALTH NURSING 42.0LEVEL: 07 HOURSNSG3123 COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING 42.0NSG3323P PRACTICUM: COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING 96.0NSG3323W PRACTICUM: COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING 21.0NSG4330 COMPLEX NURSING CARE 42.0NSG4430L PRACTICUM: COMPLEX NURSING CARE (L) 39.0NSG4430P PRACTICUM: COMPLEX NURSING CARE 195.0LEVEL: 08 HOURSHSS4120 INTERPROFESSIONAL HEALTH CARE PRACTICE 42.0NSG4134A POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC CONTEXTS OF HEALTH CARE 42.0NSG4245 PRACTICUM: CONSOLIDATION 351.0School of Health and Community Studies 86
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) CHILD AND YOUTH WORKER OFFERED IN FALL 2010 UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 321 0476X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS This three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma program prepares students to Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. develop and implement a wide range of prevention, intervention and treatment College Eligibility strategies to facilitate positive change in children, youth and their families. Using a concurrent delivery model, this unique program allows students to apply theoretical • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an concepts of healthy development, therapeutic programming, child and youth work OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, interventions, and counselling in their field placement experiences. During the or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility program, students complete four semesters of field placement (totaling 1,320 hours) for admission; OR which is supported through coursework, tailor-made seminar classes and • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR comprehensive on-sight supervision. • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school Supplemented with additional knowledge in outdoor activity facilitation, group diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic work and specific client populations, graduates are positioned to work in a wide achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. variety of clinical, community and educational settings. Graduates may be employed as front line child and youth counsellors, residential workers, educational Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. assistants, and community support workers. Program Eligibility Applicants with a university degree in the humanities or a two-year college diploma • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent, is required) with a minimum grade of in a human services program (such as Developmental Service Worker, Social 65%. Service Worker, or Early Childhood Education) may be admitted directly into the • Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available second year of the program (Level 03). To be considered for advanced standing, places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English. applicants must submit acceptable proof of at least 300 hours of documented paid ELIGIBILITY FOR ADVANCED STANDING TO SECOND YEAR: or volunteer experience with children and/or youth in a recognized community • University degree in Social Sciences or a two-year diploma in a Human Services agency. program. • 300 hours of documented work or volunteer experience with children and youthSUCCESS FACTORS in a recognized community agency. This program is well-suited for students who: HEALTH REQUIREMENTS: • Are compassionate and committed to making a difference in the lives of children, youth, families, and the community. Applicants must provide evidence of full and complete immunizations. The • See themselves contributing as team members in a wide range of dynamic Algonquin College Health Services will review the student’s record of immunization environments. and provide authorization for entry into field placement. Some field placement • Are energetic, flexible, open-minded, creative, and responsible. agencies may require the Hepatitis B vaccine and the Influenza vaccine. • Possess physical, emotional and moral strength to work with challenges, such Note: Students who do not comply with the immunization requirements will not be as, addictions, mental health, abuse, trauma, and learning exceptionalities. allowed into field placement and as such may not be able to complete the • Possess the willingness to become skilled and effective communicators in placements required for graduation from the program. both the written and spoken word. POLICE RECORDS CHECK DOCUMENTATION: On the first day of classes in Level 03 and Level 05, you must provide the College Career Options with a Police Records Check for Service with the Vulnerable Sector (PRCSVS). If this Graduates are prepared to work in an ever increasing range of settings that documentation is not submitted on time, you will not be placed and your promote optimal development of children, youth and their families. As part registration in the program will be jeopardized. of an inter-disciplinary team, child and youth workers are front-line professionals in residential care facilities, mental health treatment centres, Successful completion of field placement is a requirement for graduation from the shelters, school programs, therapeutic foster care environments, community- Child and Youth Worker program. Agencies that provide placement opportunities based services/resource centres and youth criminal justice services. may require you to have a clear Police Records Check for Service with the Vulnerable Sector (PRCSVS). Your acceptance for placement is at the discretion of YOUR FUTURE STUDY OPTIONS: the agency. If you register in the program without a clear PRCSVS and as a result The Child and Youth Worker Ontario College Advanced Diploma is an are unable to participate in placement, you will not be able to graduate. excellent foundation for future studies in psychology, sociology, child FIELD PLACEMENT ELIGIBILITY: studies, social work, and education. Qualified graduates of the program may be eligible to apply their academic To be eligible for placement, you must submit proof of a PRCSVS, which will be credits toward further study at many postsecondary institutions. retained on your departmental file and used only for purposes related to your Specifically, Ryerson University grants credit for two years of their four year placement. You will be required to disclose the contents of the PRCSVS, including Bachelor of Child and Youth Care Degree program. The College also has all notations, to the placement agencies. articulation agreements with the University of Victoria (Bachelor of Child It is your responsibility to obtain the PRCSVS from your local Police Department and Youth Care Degree) and with Griffith University in Australia (Bachelor of prior to the deadline identified by your Department and to pay any associated costs. Human Services). For detailed information please visit our website at It may take a long time to obtain this documentation; please submit your application algonquincollege.com/acad_menus/current/ as early as possible. Should you require further information, please contact the degrees_articulation_health. Program Chair. Students are also required to submit on the first day of classes in Level 03 and Level 05 a First Aid and CPR certification. 87 School of Health and Community Studies
  • CHILD AND YOUTH WORKER ONTARIO COLLEGE ADVANCED DIPLOMA (3 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 0476X01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 321 PROMOTIONAL STATUS: All courses in Level 01 and Level 02 must be LEVEL: 05 HOURS successfully completed before entering Level 03 of the program. In Level 03 to FAM0033 FIELD INTEGRATION SEMINAR III 30.0 Level 06, students must pass all courses to be granted admission to the following FAM1062 SUBSTANCE ABUSE 30.0 level. Special consideration may be given to those who are unsuccessful in one FAM1081 GROUP WORK 45.0 course. If exceptions are granted based on extenuating circumstances, the students FAM1087 VIOLENCE AND ABUSE 45.0 must pass the course in the spring or summer semester prior to returning to the FAM1257 FIELD PRACTICE III 336.0 following year of the program. Choose one from equivalencies: GED0476 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0 Approximate 1st Year Costs LEVEL: 06 HOURS Tuition/Fees: $2,980 FAM0014 INDEPENDENT RESEARCH PROJECT 30.0 Books/Supplies: $1,000 FAM0042 FIELD PRACTICE IV 336.0 FAM0043 FIELD INTEGRATION SEMINAR IV 30.0 Incidental Fees: $0 FAM1089 PROFESSIONAL ISSUES AND DEVELOPMENT 45.0 Total: $3,980 FAM1096 FAMILY INTERVENTIONS 45.0 Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. FAM1100 OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES II 30.0ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Classes for first year students run Monday through Friday. Second year classes are held on Monday and Tuesday while field placements occur primarily on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Third year classes are held on Thursday and Friday while field placements occur primarily on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Some field placements require the student to be available for a weekend shift. For more information, please contact the Community Studies Department, at 613-727-4723 ext. 7776.PROGRAM OF STUDYLEVEL: 01 HOURSENL1813S COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0FAM0001 PRINCIPLES OF PSYCHOLOGY 45.0FAM1054 INTRODUCTION TO CHILD AND YOUTH WORK 45.0FAM1058 FIELD PREPARATION SEMINAR I 30.0FAM1258 CHILD AND YOUTH WORKERS ONLINE 30.0FAM1702 CHILDREN AND YOUTH IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY 45.0LEVEL: 02 HOURSENL1902F PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION FOR CHILD AND YOUTH WORKERS 45.0FAM0011 SEXUAL ISSUES 30.0FAM1066 CHILD DEVELOPMENT 45.0FAM1067 CHILDREN IN CARE AND THE LAW 45.0FAM1255 FIELD PREPARATION SEMINAR II 45.0FAM1259 DIVERSITY IN CANADIAN SOCIETY 45.0LEVEL: 03 HOURSFAM0013 ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT 45.0FAM1050 PROGRAMMING I 45.0FAM1052 YOUTH IN CONFLICT WITH THE LAW 30.0FAM1064 CHILD AND YOUTH WORK INTERVENTION 45.0FAM1068 FIELD INTEGRATION SEMINAR I 30.0FAM1070 OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES I 30.0FAM1075 FIELD PRACTICE I 288.0LEVEL: 04 HOURSFAM1060 PROGRAMMING II 45.0FAM1078 FIELD INTEGRATION SEMINAR II 30.0FAM1082 COUNSELLING THEORY AND PRACTICE 45.0FAM1097 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 45.0FAM1256 FIELD PRACTICE II 360.0Choose one from equivalencies:GED0476 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0School of Health and Community Studies 88
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE GRADUATE CERTIFICATE (1 YEAR) CLINICALLY INTENSIVE ORIENTATION TO NURSING OFFERED IN FALL 2010 IN ONTARIO – 1605X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION POLICE RECORDS CHECK DOCUMENTATION: This Ontario College Graduate Certificate program prepares nurses who are Successful completion of clinical placement is a requirement for graduation from registered in Ontario or other Canadian jurisdictions, as well as, non-registered the Clinically Intensive Orientation to Nursing in Ontario program. Agencies that internationally educated nurses, to write the provincial registration examinations provide placement opportunities require you to have a clear Police Records Check and to meet the requirements for extended clinical practice that confirms currency for Service with the Vulnerable Sector (PRCSVS). Your acceptance for placement is of practice. at the discretion of the agency. If you register in the program without a clear PRCSVS and as a result are unable to participate in placement, you will not be able The content of this program is presented using a variety of delivery methods, such to graduate. as classroom, laboratory, simulation, Media site and clinical practice in long-term and acute care facilities. CLINICAL PLACEMENT ELIGIBILITY: To be eligible for placement, you must submit proof of a clear PRCSVS, which willSUCCESS FACTORS be retained on your departmental file and used only for purposes related to your This program is well-suited for students who: placement. You will be required to disclose the contents of the PRCSVS, including • Possess satisfactory oral and written English language skills. all notations, to the placement agencies. • Are organized, energetic and outgoing. It is your responsibility to obtain the PRCSVS from your local Police Department • Enjoy working with individuals of diverse ages and cultures. prior to the deadline identified by your Department and to pay any associated costs. • Understand the importance of successful communication with patients. It may take a long time to obtain this documentation; please submit your application • Want to upgrade their existing skills and competency in preparation for a as early as possible. Should you require further information, please contact the career. Program Chair. • Want to continue to develop their critical thought process for decision making. • Are team players and have beginning leadership qualities. Approximate Program Costs Tuition/Fees: $7,997 Career Options Books/Supplies: $1,500 Employment may be found in a variety of settings including long-term care, Incidental Fees: $0 acute care and community establishments such as nursing homes, Total: $9,497 retirement homes and/or non-profit agencies. Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. Nurses must have current registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario to secure employment. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This program has a heavy workload. Students must to be prepared to make a full-ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS time commitment to their studies and clinical in order to be successful. The Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. Canadian Registered Nurse Exam fees are: Application fee $171.73; Exam fee $412.16 (per attempt). Program Eligibility Basic computer knowledge is necessary. Class information is offered online or in a NOTE: This is a progressive program; therefore, in each level of the program, hybrid mode. Upon registration, the student is provided with an email account, ITS theory and lab course requirements must be satisfactorily met before clinical username and password which is used to communicate important information practice can be assessed. about the program and course activities. • A photocopy of current registration as a nurse with the College of Nurses of Please visit the College of Nurses of Ontario website at cno.org for the current fee Ontario or proof of assessment by the College of Nurses of Ontario. for writing the Canadian Registered Nurse Examination. • Applicants who have let their registration lapse or have not been assessed by the College of Nurses should contact them for a referral letter or new For more information, please contact the School of Health and Community registration card at the following address: Studies at College of Nurses of Ontario 613-727-4723 ext. 7776. 101 Davenport Road Toronto, Ontario M5R 3P1 1-800-387-5526 • Applicant has practised as a nurse within the last 15 years. • Applicants for whom English is a second language must undertake an Algonquin College administered test of English as a Second Language (T-50 E.S.L.) for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. Test scores may result in a further requirement to undertake English as Second Language training either before or during the program, at the discretion of the College. • A Current Standard First Aid and CPR Level ‘C’ certificate is required within the first month of class. Failure to do this will result in your inability to go to clinical. Again it is suggested that the classes for the certificate be taken a month before coming into the program as the ability to register for the course to obtain the certificate is often difficult as they fill very quickly. • Accepted applicants must be in good health and submit a Health Assessment Form and an Immunization Form within the first month of class. It is suggested that the Health Assessment and Immunization process be started two months before the program as it can be a lengthy process. 89 School of Health and Community Studies
  • CLINICALLY INTENSIVE ORIENTATION TO NURSING ONTARIO COLLEGE GRADUATE CERTIFICATE (1 YEAR) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 IN ONTARIO – 1605X01FWOPROGRAM OF STUDYLEVEL: 01 HOURSNSG0056 HEALTH ASSESSMENT FOR RNs AND RPNs 60.0NSG5608 BASIC TECHNICAL NURSING SKILLS 36.0NSG5722 NURSING THEORY AND PROFESSIONAL ISSUES 42.0NSG5752 PHARMACOLOGY 30.0NSG5753 MEDICAL-SURGICAL ADULT NURSING – THEORY 90.0NSG5754 MEDICAL-SURGICAL ADULT NURSING – CLINICAL I 70.0NSG5771 A PORTFOLIO APPROACH TO REFLECTIVE PRACTICE AND EDUCATION PLANNING 45.0LEVEL: 02 HOURSNSG5123 NURSING RESEARCH 30.0NSG5538 GERONTOLOGY TODAY 45.0NSG5755 MEDICAL SURGICAL ADULT NURSING – CLINICAL II 130.0NSG5772 BASIC TECHNICAL LAB SKILLS II 24.0NSG5773 SOCIAL AND CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING 30.0LEVEL: 03 HOURSNSG5774 NURSING PRACTICE III 170.0NSG5775 NURSING PRACTICE III – SIMULATED LAB 30.0NSG5776 NURSING PRACTICE IV 170.0NSG5777 NURSING PRACTICE IV – SIMULATED LAB 30.0NSG5778 NURSING PRACTICE V 70.0NSG5779 NURSING PRACTICE V – SIMULATED LAB 30.0School of Health and Community Studies 90
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE CERTIFICATE (1 YEAR) DENTAL ASSISTING (LEVELS I AND II) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011 0608X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION POLICE RECORDS CHECK DOCUMENTATION: This one year Ontario College Certificate program is accredited by the Commission Successful completion of clinical placement is a requirement for graduation from on Dental Accreditation of Canada. It prepares students to practise in a the Dental Assisting program. Agencies that provide placement opportunities may professional, ethical and collaborative manner in a variety of dental practice require you to have a clear Police Records Check for Service with the Vulnerable settings. Integrating theory and knowledge, the students gain expertise in Sector (PRCSVS). Your acceptance for placement is at the discretion of the agency. radiography, laboratory skills, oral health education and promotion, business If you register in the program without a clear PRCSVS and as a result are unable to administration and maintenance of the practice environment. It culminates in on- participate in placement, you will not be able to graduate. site provision of chairside and intraoral client care. Students consolidate their CLINICAL PLACEMENT ELIGIBILITY: learning with a field placement in a dental practice located within the jurisdictional area of Algonquin College. To be eligible for placement, you must submit proof of a clear PRCSVS, which will be retained on your departmental file and used only for purposes related to your Graduates must successfully complete the National Dental Assisting Examination placement. You will be required to disclose the contents of the PRCSVS, including to be eligible to practise Level II skills in Ontario. Graduates are eligible to apply for all notations, to the placement agencies. certification with the Ontario Dental Assistants Association. It is your responsibility to obtain the PRCSVS from your local Police DepartmentSUCCESS FACTORS prior to the deadline identified by your Department and to pay any associated costs. It may take a long time to obtain this documentation; please submit your application This program is well-suited for students who: as early as possible. Should you require further information, please contact the • Possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Program Chair. • Are critical thinkers. • Can be self-directed. Approximate Program Costs • Are detail-oriented, organized and committed to achieving excellence in their work. Tuition/Fees: $4,998 Books/Supplies: $1,850 Incidental Fees: $1,750 Career Options Total: $8,598 Upon successful completion of the NDAEB examination, graduates may find Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. employment as dental assistants in general and specialty practices, community health settings, dental sales and dental supply companies. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION There are two intakes, one in September and one in January. The January intakeADMISSION REQUIREMENTS continues through the summer. Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. For more information, please contact Wendy Kelly, Program Coordinator, at College Eligibility 613-727-4723 ext. 5011 or • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an kellyw@algonquincollege.com or OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility Lori Morley, Support Services Officer, at for admission; OR 613- 727-4723 ext. 5086 or • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR morleyl@algonquincollege.com. • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. Program Eligibility • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent with a grade of 60% or higher, is required). • Biology, Grade 11 or 12 (SBI3C or equivalent with a grade of 60% or higher, is required). • Chemistry, Grade 11 or 12 (SCH4C or equivalent with a grade of 60% or higher, is required). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English, biology, and chemistry. Accepted applicants must: • Complete a Health Assessment Form and provide an Immunization Certificate prior to entry to the program. Immunization for Hepatitis B is required. • Provide evidence of a current Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation Training – C.P.R. Basic Rescuer ‘C’ Level certification which is required Week 1 of the first semester. This requirement must remain current until graduation from the program. • Provide evidence of a current Standard First Aid (13-hour course) certification which is required Week 1 of the first semester. This requirement must remain current until graduation from the program. 91 School of Health and Community Studies
  • DENTAL ASSISTING (LEVELS I AND II) ONTARIO COLLEGE CERTIFICATE (1 YEAR) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 AND WINTER 2011 0608X01FWOPROGRAM OF STUDYLEVEL: 01 HOURSBIO4318 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 60.0DEN4300 DENTAL ANATOMY 30.0DEN4310 RADIOGRAPHY – LABORATORY I 16.0DEN4351 DENTAL MATERIALS LAB 15.0DEN4391 RADIOGRAPHY THEORY 30.0DEN4392 DENTAL PRACTICE ENVIRONMENT 30.0DEN4393 NUTRITION AND ORAL HEALTH 22.0DEN4394 DENTAL MATERIALS THEORY 30.0DEN4395 CLINICAL THEORY I 45.0DEN4396 PRECLINIC I 45.0PSY1700 PSYCHO/SOCIAL SCIENCE 45.0LEVEL: 02 HOURSBIO4319 DENTAL BIOLOGY 60.0DEN4319 LABORATORY PROCEDURES 30.0DEN4321 RADIOGRAPHY – LABORATORY II 30.0DEN4373 CLINICAL THEORY II 30.0DEN4383 RESTORATIVE CLINIC 36.0DEN4386 DENTAL SPECIALTIES 30.0DEN4387 RESTORATIVE FEEDBACK 15.0DEN4397 PREVENTION AND COMMUNICATION 45.0DEN4398 PRECLINIC II 90.0ENL1813S COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0LEVEL: 03 HOURSDEN4325 FIELD PLACEMENT 60.0DEN4377 CLINICAL FEEDBACK 10.0DEN4399 CLIENT CARE 36.0DEN4400 PROFESSIONAL ISSUES AND ETHICS 16.0School of Health and Community Studies 92
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) DENTAL HYGIENE OFFERED IN FALL 2010 UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 321 0927X01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION Accepted applicants must: • Complete a Health Assessment Form and provide an Immunization certificate This two-year Ontario College Diploma program is accredited by the Commission on prior to entry to the program. Immunization for Hepatitis B is required. Dental Accreditation of Canada. It prepares students to practise primary oral health • Provide evidence of a current Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation Training - C.P.R. care in their role as preventive specialists. As members of a self-regulated Basic Rescuer “C” Level certification which is required Week 1 of the first profession, dental hygienists are responsible to the College of Dental Hygienists of semester. This requirement must be renewed yearly and must remain current Ontario for their practice decisions. Program emphasis is on preparing graduates to until graduation from the program. function effectively within a collaborative relationship which includes the client, the • Provide evidence of a current Standard First Aid (13-hour course) certification community and other health care providers. which is required Week 1 of the first semester. This requirement must remain Students provide dental hygiene care in a professional manner with a high level of current until graduation from the program. interpersonal communication. Students participate in seminars, case presentations NOTE: Due to an ongoing review of admission requirements, selection criteria and and community health practicums. Clinically, students progress from manikins in the tests may change from year to year. first semester to supervised provision of self-initiated comprehensive dental hygiene care for clients with diverse and complicated oral health needs in the POLICE RECORDS CHECK DOCUMENTATION: fourth semester. Over four semesters, students acquire knowledge which allows Successful completion of clinical placement is a requirement for graduation from them to experience the role of the dental hygienist as researcher, advocate, the Dental Assisting program. Agencies that provide placement opportunities may educator, administrator, clinician and health promoter. require you to have a clear Police Records Check for Service with the Vulnerable Sector (PRCSVS). Your acceptance for placement is at the discretion of the agency.SUCCESS FACTORS If you register in the program without a clear PRCSVS and as a result are unable to This program is well-suited for students who: participate in placement, you will not be able to graduate. • Possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills. CLINICAL PLACEMENT ELIGIBILITY: • Are detail-oriented, organized and committed to achieving excellence in their work. To be eligible for placement, you must submit proof of a clear PRCSVS, which will • Can be self directed. be retained on your departmental file and used only for purposes related to your • Are critical thinkers. placement. You will be required to disclose the contents of the PRCSVS, including all notations, to the placement agencies. It is your responsibility to obtain the PRCSVS from your local Police Department Career Options prior to the deadline identified by your Department and to pay any associated costs. Graduates may find employment as dental hygienists, working in general It may take a long time to obtain this documentation; please submit your application and specialty practices, health care facilities such as hospital dental clinics as early as possible. Should you require further information, please contact the and long-term care facilities, community health settings, research and Program Chair. education, dental sales and dental supply companies. Approximate 1st Year CostsADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Tuition/Fees: $6,335 Books/Supplies: $1,400 Admission Requirements listed are in effect for the 2011-2012 academic year. Incidental Fees: $3,040 College Eligibility Total: $10,775 • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an Please see page 285 for detailed information on fees. OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility for admission; OR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) Certificate; OR For more information, please contact Joan Degan, Program Coordinator, at • General Educational Development (GED); OR • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school 613-727-4723 ext. 7054 or diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic deganj@algonquincollege.com or achievement testing for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. Lori Morley, Support Service Officer, at Please see page 280 for additional information regarding admissions policies. 613-727-4723 ext. 5086 or Program Eligibility morleyl@algonquincollege.com. • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent with a grade of 60% or higher, is required). • Biology, Grade 11 or 12 (SBI3C or equivalent with a grade of 60% or higher, is required). • Chemistry, Grade 11 or 12 (SCH4C or equivalent with a grade of 60% or higher, is required). All applicants must complete testing through our Test Centre, for which a fee of $40 (subject to change) will be charged. Results of the tests will be utilized in the final evaluation of the applicants. 93 School of Health and Community Studies
  • DENTAL HYGIENE ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) OFFERED IN FALL 2010 0927X01FWO UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 321PROGRAM OF STUDYLEVEL: 01 HOURSBIO4321 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 60.0BIO4322 MICROBIOLOGY 30.0DEN4300 DENTAL ANATOMY 30.0DEN4310 RADIOGRAPHY - LABORATORY I 16.0DEN4334 PRE-CLINICAL PRACTICE 90.0DEN4358 ADVANCED DENTAL ANATOMY 20.0DEN4391 RADIOGRAPHY THEORY 30.0DEN4392 DENTAL PRACTICE ENVIRONMENT 30.0DEN4393 NUTRITION AND ORAL HEALTH 22.0DEN4394 DENTAL MATERIALS THEORY 30.0DEN4401 PRE-CLINICAL THEORY 30.0LEVEL: 02 HOURSBIO4306 ORAL HISTOPATHOLOGY 45.0DEN4305 CLIENT ASSESSMENT 45.0DEN4319D LABORATORY PROCEDURES FOR DHS 30.0DEN4321 RADIOGRAPHY - LABORATORY II 30.0DEN4359 PERIODONTICS 30.0DEN4360 CLINICAL PRACTICE I 90.0DEN4397 PREVENTION AND COMMUNICATION 45.0DEN4402 CLINICAL PREPARATION AND FEEDBACK I 22.0ENL1813S COMMUNICATIONS I 45.0Choose one from equivalencies:GED0927 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 45.0LEVEL: 03 HOURSBIO4360 ORAL MEDICINE 45.0DEN4363 CLINICAL PRACTICE II 135.0DEN4365 CLINICAL FEEDBACK II 15.0DEN4403 ADVANCED PERIODONTICS 45.0DEN4404 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND HEALTH PROMOTION 45.0DEN4405 PROFESSIONAL ISSUES 45.0PSY1700 PSYCHO/SOCIAL SCIENCE 45.0LEVEL: 04 HOURSDEN4348 COMMUNITY DENTAL HEALTH 60.0DEN4367 CLINICAL PRACTICE III 135.0DEN4368 CLINICAL FEEDBACK III 15.0DEN4369 CLINICAL SEMINARS 45.0DEN4379 THERAPIES IN PERIODONTICS 14.0DEN4406 ORTHODONTICS THEORY AND LAB 24.0ENL5507 CAREER WRITING PRACTICUM I 45.0School of Health and Community Studies 94
  • ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES WORKER OFFERED IN FALL 2010 UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION AGREEMENT – SEE PAGE 322 0436A01FWOPROGRAM DESCRIPTION The physical and emotional health of each applicant to the program must be such that he or she can successfully cope with the program of instruction including the This two-year Ontario College Diploma program prepares students to work in public demands of field placement (i.e. stress and time management; physical care and and private settings supporting individuals of all ages who have various physical, self-help skills of children and adults). Individuals who have concerns about their mental and/or developmental disabilities. ability to meet these requirements should contact the coordinator of the DSW program prior to submitting an application.SUCCESS FACTORS POLICE RECORDS CHECK DOCUMENTATION: This program is well-suited for students who: • Are passionate about supporting individuals with developmental disabilities. Successful completion of field placement is a requirement for graduation from the • Want to work in challenging environments. Developmental Services Worker program. Agencies that provide placement • Possess a sense of humour. opportunities may require you to have a clear Police Records Check for Service with • Are mature, flexible and accepting. the Vulnerable Sector (PRCSVS). Your acceptance for placement is at the discretion • Are creative, self-motivated and good decision makers. of the agency. If you register in the program without a clear PRCSVS and as a result • Are able to manage a busy schedule and increased course load. are unable to participate in placement, you will not be able to graduate. • Can work effectively, independently and as a member of a team. FIELD PLACEMENT ELIGIBILITY: • Are able to handle physically demanding situations. To be eligible for placement, you must submit proof of a PRCSVS, which will be