Ontario College Diploma
Entrepreneurship and small business development are vital components of economic growth in Canada with 75 per cent of all new jobs being created in the small business sector. Entrepreneurs build their own enterprises and live their lives doing what they love. Entrepreneurs are keen to create their own business concepts and possess the drive to make positive contributions to their organization's success. You will learn from professors and mentors who have launched their own successful businesses and leverage their experience to prepare yourself to launch your venture.
Please note: Due to the college closure, please do not send official transcripts by mail or fax. An electronic copy of your transcript can be emailed to us at email@example.com with your program admission form to get your application started until the college re-opens.
Students are required to complete and submit this form to indicate that the program's admission requirements have been met.
Click to access the Program Admission Form
This form must be submitted and an Admission Acceptance Letter received prior to registering for any courses.
Program Of Study
Students are required to print or save a copy of the Program of Study when beginning the program. This document contains critical details about program progression and graduation requirements specific to the academic year in which your program was started.
Click to access the Program of Study for the current academic year.
Students who began this program prior to the current academic year may contact the Centre for Professional and Part-Time Learning office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905-721-3052 to obtain your Program of Study and graduation requirements.
General Education Electives: This program requires the completion of General Education Elective (GNED) courses in addition to core program courses.
Click to access General Education Elective Course Options
IMPORTANT NOTE: Some programs may have restrictions on the specific GNED courses that students are able to take to fulfill their program requirements. For Centre for Professional and Part-Time Learning students, these restrictions are identified on the link above. For those in full-time, day school programs, please consult your academic school for confirmation of any GNED restrictions for your program before registering.
Upon completion of this program, students will be equipped to:
As a graduate you will be prepared to pursue self-employment as an entrepreneur/small business owner or employment in a small business
Program Related Questions? Call 905.721.3052
If you are interested in applying for financial aid, please visit the Centre for Professional and Part-Time Learning OSAP Eligibility webpage.
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|ACCT 1280||Accounting I||Monthly Intake Online|
|ACCT 1280||Accounting I||Online|
|TEAC 1980||Adult Learning||Monthly Intake Online|
|TEAC 1980||Adult Learning||Online|
|COMP 1289||Business Computer Applications I||Monthly Intake Online|
|COMP 1289||Business Computer Applications I||Online|
|COMP 2289||Business Computer Applications II||Online|
|COMP 2289||Business Computer Applications II||Monthly Intake Online|
|SALE 3281||Business Development for Entrepreneurship & Small Business||Online|
|LAW 2280||Business Law||Monthly Intake Online|
|LAW 2280||Business Law||Online|
|MGMT 1288||Business Management Introduction||Online|
|MATH 1282||Business Math||Distance Education|
|POL 1080||Canadian Politics||Online|
|WRIT 1981||Children's Literature Introduction||Monthly Intake Online|
|WRIT 1981||Children's Literature Introduction||Online|
|COMM 2284||Communications for Business I||Monthly Intake Online|
|COMM 2284||Communications for Business I||Online|
|COMM 3282||Communications for Business II||Online|
|GNED 1489||Complementary Therapies Introduction||Online|
|PSYC 1080||Criminal Psychology - Psychopathic Minds||Online|
|PSYC 1080||Criminal Psychology - Psychopathic Minds||Monthly Intake Online|
|ENG 1080||Critical Thinking||Monthly Intake Online|
|ENG 1080||Critical Thinking||Online|
|CRIM 1080||Cults and Terrorism||Monthly Intake Online|
|CRIM 1080||Cults and Terrorism||Online|
|MKTG 4287||Digital Marketing||Online|
|GNED 1483||Domestic and Workplace Violence||Online|
|ECON 1280||Economics I (Macroeconomics)||Online|
|ECON 1280||Economics I (Macroeconomics)||Monthly Intake Online|
|ENTR 1281||Entrepreneurship I||Online|
|ENTR 1281||Entrepreneurship I||Monthly Intake Online|
|ENTR 4280||Entrepreneurship II||Online|
|ENVI 1080||Environmental Citizenship||Online|
|ENVI 1080||Environmental Citizenship||Monthly Intake Online|
|PROG 1288||HTML Introduction||Monthly Intake Online|
|PROG 1288||HTML Introduction||Online|
|HRM 1283||Human Resources Management Principles||Online|
|HRM 1283||Human Resources Management Principles||Monthly Intake Online|
|COMM 1081||Intercultural Communication||Online|
|MKTG 1280||Marketing I||Online|
|MKTG 1280||Marketing I||Monthly Intake Online|
|MKTG 2280||Marketing II||Online|
|PFP 8105||Political Science||Online|
|PFP 8215||Politics and Public Administration||Online|
|ENTR 2282||Professional Development for Entrepreneurs I||Distance Education|
|ENTR 3384||Professional Development for Entrepreneurs II||Distance Education|
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|PSYC 1051||Psychology Introduction||Online|
|SOCI 1081||Racism and Discrimination||Online|
|ACCT 1980||Sage 50 (Simply Accounting I)||Online|
|GNED 1481||Social Media and Society||Online|
|SOCI 1051||Sociology Introduction||Online|
|SOCI 1051||Sociology Introduction||Monthly Intake Online|
|SCMT 1280||Supply Chain Management||Distance Education|
|ACCT 3264||Taxation I||Oshawa|
|ACCT 3284||Taxation I||Monthly Intake Online|
|ACCT 3284||Taxation I||Online|
|GNED 1491||The Game of Soccer and its Impact on Society||Online|
|GNED 1281||Western: A Study in the Film Genre||Online|
|RELG 1980||World Religions: Western and Eastern Traditions||Online|