The Business Foundation Program offered at Beta’s Toronto and Brampton Campus combines academic and real-world business theories to teach you the skills and knowledge required to embark on a Diploma or an undergraduate program at Beta College and partner institutions.
This course provides you with the essential information and abilities needed to begin your academic path. Prepare for a rewarding and responsible business career.
Unit Code: BFP 301
Unit Name: Introduction to Business Environment
This module aims to familiarize students with the idea of a business environment. Learners will understand many business sectors and formats and various business processes. Furthermore, students will grasp a firm’s internal and external contexts, including how micro and macroeconomic issues affect business activities. This unit will enable students to discover informed judgments about a business’s internal and external settings.
Unit Code: BFP 302
Unit Name: Effective Communications
This module aims to equip students with the fundamental and critical skills necessary for effective communication in a business setting. Learners will understand the many modes of communication — non-verbal, spoken, written, and information technology. This unit will enable learners to communicate successfully across various situations and messages by picking the most efficient mode of communication for the circumstance and statement at hand.
Unit Code: BFP 303
Unit Name: IT Skills
This module aims to acquaint students with the usage, implementation, and advancement of fundamental information technology skills, including presentation preparation and professional style of writing such as a report, spreadsheet.
Unit Code: BFP 304
Unit Name: Business Resources
The module will describe how businesses utilize and manage various resources, including human, physical, technical, and financial resources. This course will assist the learner in developing an awareness of human resource management and the employability and personal skills expected of employees in an organization. Learners will understand the goal of successfully managing resources, not just human resources but also physical and technology resources.
Unit Code: BFP 305
Unit Name: Academic and Research
This module aims to familiarize learners with the critical research and academic abilities needed to be successful in this level of study, as well as eventual employment and/or further education. This unit will assist you in making the transition from undergraduate to graduate studies. It will guarantee that you have the academic research, writing, and presentation abilities necessary to succeed in your chosen course.
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