The following is a list of courses offered by Tyndale University College. You can also see the course schedule for specific terms.
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Business and the Environment
Examines the relationship between business and the environment and the implications of that relationship on business practice. The different...
Marketing for Non-Profit and Voluntary Organizations
An organization needs marketing skills to survive in a competitive environment. Changes in government policies are forcing non-profits to...
A course in professional sales which focuses not only on the professional disciplines needed to succeed in sales, but also emphasizes the...
Entrepreneurship and New Ventures
Examines how one can harness creativity, personal drive and faith to develop a successful new venture. It focuses on the organizational,...
Directed Studies in Business Administration
This independent study option is open to third- and fourth-year Business Administration majors who wish to explore a topic not covered in the...
Intermediate Financial Accounting
Elaborates on the generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and presents the concepts, objectives and techniques underlying asset...
Intermediate Managerial Accounting
Internal cost accounting data is examined as a source of information for management decisions, planning and control. Topics include the...
Managing Information Systems
Takes a strategic perspective to develop the student's critical thinking as to how emerging technologies can be best utilized and...
Develops an understanding of the issues involved in managing operations and projects. It introduces the skills required to plan and control...
Computerized Accounting Systems
Intends to provide a well-rounded training of accounting information systems in today's business environment with an in-depth, hands-on...
Students will learn about investments and how to analyze the capital structure of an organization. The pivotal roles of return on investment...
Builds on the material in BUSI 3813. Students learn how firms assess risk when making investment decisions. Students also examine how firms...
Business Administration Internship
This business experience option is designed to provide an in-depth exposure to business in an area appropriate to the student's goals. A...
Introduces students to the international environment of business and provides a comprehensive outline of the functional management issues and...
Business Policy and Strategy I
Intended as a comprehensive course that extends and integrates course work in the functional areas of accounting, finance, marketing, human...
Business Policy and Strategy II
Continuation of BUSI 411.
Business and Society
Capstone course that acknowledges the dynamics and impact of change and the need for balance, and views the business interests of various...
Designed to introduce students to fundamental issues and strategies of Micro-Enterprise Development in third-world conditions. A culmination...
Negotiations and Alternative Dispute Resolution
Examines the principles and methods of effective negotiation. Negotiation skills are critical to any business or professional person and are...
Students will develop a broad understanding of the entrepreneurship process and how a business venture could be launched, as well as how...
Advanced Directed Studies in Business Administration
This independent study option is open to fourth-year Business Administration majors who wish to explore a topic not covered in the regular...
Perspectives on Community Development
An advanced level course on community development which focuses on core aspects of community development with North American and European...
Applications in Community Development
A follow-up to CDEV 301. This course allows students to apply theoretical perspectives learned in the previous course. This advanced level...
General Chemistry I
Examines the fundamental principles of chemistry. Topics include the periodic properties of the elements, reactions of atoms, ions, and...
General Chemistry II
A continuation of CHEM 101(3), covering topics such as general chemical equilibrium theory, solution chemistry, acid-base theory, rates and...