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th, 2011



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DEPARTMENT OF CAREER AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
FALL 2011
TIMETABLE FOR UNDERGRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

This timetable is available on the INTERNET at
www.mcgill.ca/conted/studentres/timetables/
and is subject to change. Remember to consult this website before going to class for the most up-to-date
information. Please refer to the 2010/2011 calendar available on request from the School of Continuing Studies, 688 Sherbrooke St. W., 11
th floor or on the web at
www.mcgill.ca/conted/
for complete information on
the Centre’s policies and procedures.
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www.mcgill.ca/conted/studentres/timetables/

sujet à changement. N’oubliez pas de consulter ce site Web avant de vous rendre à votre cours pour obtenir les tout
derniers renseignements. Veuillez consulter l’annuaire 2010/2011 que vous pourrez vous procurer au École d’éducation permanente, 688 rue Sherbrooke ouest, 11
ième
étage ou sur note site web
www.mcgill.ca/conted/
pour de plus amples informations sur nos politiques et procédures.



IMPORTANT DATES – FALL 2011

1 September: Courses begin. Deadline to transfer or cancel a course with full
refund. Course deleted from record.

13 September: Deadline to transfer or cancel a course with refund LESS $20.
Course deleted from record.

20 September: Deadline to apply for a refund LESS $20.
Withdrawal grade of “W” will appear on record; not included in GPA.

18 October: Deadline to withdraw from Fall Courses. NO REFUND.
Grade of “W”; not included in GPA.

After Oct. 18: NO refund, NO withdrawals. Unexcused Absence “J” (failed); the
student is registered for a course but does not write the final
examination and/or do required work; calculated as a failure in the
GPA and CGPA.



NOTE: Ceasing to attend class, notifying the instructor, and telephone calls to the
University’s administrative offices does not constitute official withdrawal from courses.
Official administrative procedures must be followed to avoid a grade of “J” (absent/failed)
being placed on a student’s transcript. Students are responsible (academically and
financially), for all courses in which they have registered unless they officially withdraw in
person, on MINERVA, or by registered mail by the deadline dates specified by the Centre for
Continuing Education.
DATES IMPORTANTES – AUTOMNE 2011

1 septembre : Les cours débuteront.
Date limite de changement ou abandon de cours avec remboursement complet.

13 septembre : Date limite de transfert de cours ou remboursement. Frais de 20$ par abandon.
Cours supprimé du dossier.

20 septembre : Date limite de remboursement avec frais de 20$.
Note “W” (AUCUN CHANGEMENT DE COURS.)
18 octobre : Date limite d’abandon de cours de la session d’automne.
AUCUN REMBOURSEMENT.
Note de “W” ; exclu de la moyenne des notes pondérées.

Après le Aucun remboursement, aucun abandon de cours. Note finale “J” (echec).
18 octobre : Absence non justifiée (échec) : L’étudiant inscrit ne s’est pas présenter à
l’examen ou n’a pas réalisé d’autres travaux essentiels, sans fournir de raisons
valables ; correspond à un échec dans la moyenne des notes pondérées et la
moyenne cumulative des notes pondérés.

NOTE : Le fait de ne plus assister à un cour, d’en aviser le professeur et de communiquer par
téléphone avec les bureaux administratifs de L’Université ne constitue pas un abandon officiel du
cours. Il faut suivre les procédures administratives officielles pour éviter d’avoir la note J
(absent/échec) inscrite sur le relevé de note d’un étudiant. Les étudiants sont responsables (au
niveau scolaire et financier) pour tous les cours auxquels ils sont inscrits à moins qu’ils n’aient
abandonné officiellement le cours en personne, sur le site MINERVA ou par courrier recommandé
avant la date limite précisée par le Centre d’éducation permanente.

FINAL EXAM PERIOD: Thursday, December 8 – Thursday, December 22, 2011
SESSION D’EXAMEN FINAL: jeudi 8 décembre – jeudi 22 décembre, 2011
N.B.: An extra Monday class will be given on Tuesday, December 6
th, 2011 to replace
lectures that would have been held on Thanksgiving Day, October 10
th, 2011.
N.B. : Une classe supplémentaire pour les cours du lundi sera donnée le mardi, 6 décembre, 2011
pour remplacer la classe qui aurait eu lieu lundi le 10 octobre, 2011, Action de grâce.
N.B.: VACATION PLANS DO NOT CONSTITUTE VALID GROUNDS FOR THE DEFERRAL OR RE-SCHEDULING OF FINAL EXAMINATIONS
N.B.: LES PROJETS DE VACANCES NE CONSTITUENT PAS UN MOTIF VALABLE DE REPORT D’EXAMEN

Updated Aug 26
th, 2011



Fall
Session











Course No.

Sec.

CRN

Course Title

Pre-req

Day

Time

Bldg/Room

Lecturer(s)

Texts (*Required / ~Optional)

ACCT 351 781 5335 Intermediate Financial Accounting 1 MGCR 211 or Exemption by
Examination


THU 18:05 - 20:55ENGMD 276 R. Porrello

*Kieso, Weygandt, Warfield, Young &
Wiecek., Intermediate Accounting, Volume 1,
9th Edition , 9th Cdn. Ed., 978-0-470-16100,
John Wiley & Sons Canada, Ltd.

ACCT 352 781 5362 Intermediate Financial Accounting 2 ACCT 351 and MGCR 341 ( or
Departmental Approval)


THU 18:05 - 20:55RPHYS 115 D. Nayer

*Kieso, Weygandt , Intermediate Accounting
Volume 2, 9th Ed., Wiley.

ACCT 361 771 5363 Intermediate Management Accounting 1 MGCR 211 or Exemption by
Examination


WED 18:05 - 20:55ARTS W-120 D. Giaccari

*Horgren Foster Datar Gowing, Cost
Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis With
Student Solution Manual, 5th Canadian Ed,
0137031246, Pearson Canada.

ACCT 362 761 5364 Intermediate Management Accounting 2 ACCT 361


TUE 18:05 - 20:55ARTS W-120 TBA *Horgren Foster Datar Gowing, Cost
Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis With
Student Solution Manual, 5th Canadian Ed,
0137031246, Pearson Canada.

ACCT 385 751 4065 Principles of Taxation MGCR 211 or Exemption by
Examination


MON 18:05 - 20:55BURN 1B36 J. Armanious

*Federal Income Tac Act, Boehmer, Henry,
Morrisey, 9th Ed., 9781553855804, Cica.
*Canadian Tax Principle, Byrd & Chen, 2011-
2012 Edition, 9780132846868, Pearson.

ACCT 453 771 4066 Advanced Financial Accounting ACCT 352


WED 18:05 - 20:55BURN 306 L. Degrace

*Hilton Herauf, Modern Advanced
Accounting In Canada, 6th, 9780070918351,
McGraw-Hill Ryerson.

ACCT 455 781 8066 Development of Accounting Thought ACCT 352.
This course has replaced ACCT 454.

THU 18:05 - 20:55ENGMD 279 R. Susel

*William Scott, Financial Accounting Theory,
6th Ed., 978-0-13-511915, Pearson.

ACCT 475 761 5365 Principles of Auditing ACCT 352


TUE 18:05 - 20:55ENGMD 280 T. Roan

*W.j. Smieliauskas And Kathryn Bewley,
Auditing: An International Approach, 5th
Cdn. Ed., Mcgraw Hill.

ACCT 477 761 6870 External Auditing ACCT 475


TUE 18:05 - 20:55ENGMD 276 J. Nagy

*Alvin A. Arens, Randal J. Elder, Mark S.
Beasley, , Auditing: The Art And Science Of
Assurance Engagements, 11th Cdn. Ed., 978-
0-13-505467, Pearson Canada Inc.

ACCT 486 751 4068 Business Taxation 2 ACCT 385


MON 18:05 - 20:55RPHYS 115 J. Triassi

*Carswell, Income Tax Act, 2010, Thomson
Reuters.
*J. Leduc, F. St-Onge, Advanced Personal
And Corporate Taxation, 2010 Or 2011, CGA
Canada.

BUSA 364 771 2033 Business Law 1


WED 18:05 - 20:55LEA 110 B. Sepinwall

*Winston, Lustgarten, Essentials Of Quebec
Business Law, 2nd Ed., 0968937632, Bensar
Commerce Corp.

BUSA 464 771 3517 Mgmt of Small Enterprises MGCR 341


WED 18:05 - 20:55ARTS 260 G. Whittaker
D. Horowitz

*Hisrich, Peters Et Al, Entrepreneurship, 2nd
Cdn. Ed., 978-0-07-097, McGraw Hill
Ryerson.

CACC 520 751 2381 Accounting for Management Co-requisite CMS2 500 or Exemption
by Examination
(Restricted to Students in Cert in
Entrepreneurship, Cert. in Health &
MON 18:05 - 20:55ENGTR 1080 T. Cohen

*Harrison/braun, Custom
Financial/management Accounting With
Myacctnglab & Etexts Rvp, Custom Ed.,
0132917114, Pearson.
Updated Aug 26
th, 2011


Fall
Session











Course No.

Sec.

CRN

Course Title

Pre-req

Day

Time

Bldg/Room

Lecturer(s)

Texts (*Required / ~Optional)

Social Services Mgmt or other CMS
graduate programs)

CACC 520 781 2112 Accounting for Management Co-requisite CMS2 500 or Exemption
by Examination
(Restricted to Students in Cert in
Entrepreneurship, Cert. in Health &
Social Services Mgmt or other CMS
graduate programs)
THU 18:05 - 20:55ENGTR 1080 T. Cohen
D. Lapointe

Same as above

CCCS 300 781 2095 Programming Techniques 1 Corequisites: CMSC 101 and MGCR 331


THU 18:05 - 20:55EDUC 627 G. Prokopski

*Y. Daniel Liang, Introduction To Java
Programming, Comprehensive, 8th Ed.,
9780132130806, Prentice Hall.

CCCS 321 761 2096 Operating Systems Admin. Corequisite: MGCR 331



TUE 18:05 - 20:55688SH 355 G. Thorpe

*William S. Davis, T.M. Rajkumar, Operating
Systems: A Systematic View, 6th Ed.,
Pearson.

CCCS 325 751 10534 Mobile Application Development Prerequisite: CCCS 300.


MON 18:05 - 20:55688SH 1271 K. Daou

*Wei-Meng Lee, Beginning Android
Application Development, 1st Ed., 978-1-
1180-1711, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
*Jonathan Knudsen, Kicking Butt With Midp
And Msa: Creating Great Mobile
Applications, 1st Ed., 9780321463425,
Pearson Ed.

CCCS 330 781 10574 Database Systems & Internet Appl. CCCS 315
CCCS 310


THU 18:05 - 20:55688SH 355 P. Cabrejo

*Rob, Coronel, Morris, Database Systems, 9th
Ed., 97811119696, Thomson.

CCOM 205 751 12129 Communication in Management 1


MON 18:05 - 20:55 TBA TBA

CCOM 205 761 12233 Communication in Management 1


TUE 18:05 - 20:55 TBA Same as above

CCOM 205 771 12234 Communication in Management 1


WED 18:05 - 20:55 TBA Same as above

CCOM 207 761 12131 Communication in Public Relations Restriction: Students in Public Relations
Management Certificate only.

TUE 18:05 - 20:55 TBA TBA

CEC2 532 751 2382 Business Economics Restricted to students in the Certificate in
Finance or other CMS Graduate
programs.

MON 18:05 - 20:55RPHYS 118 K. Matziorinis

TBA

CEC2 532 761 2097 Business Economics Restricted to students in the Certificate in
Finance or other CMS Graduate
programs.

TUE 18:05 - 20:55ENGMD 279 K. Matziorinis

TBA
CENT 300 781 6872 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship Co-requisite CCOM 205


THU 18:05 - 20:55BRONF 011 P. McCully

*No required text
CFIN 300 761 12545 Fundamentals of Financial Markets and
Institutions



TUE 18:05 - 20:55BURN 1214 A. Aboulamer

*Frederic S. Mishkin and Stanley Eakins,
Financial Markets and Institutions, Seventh
Edition, Prentice Hall.

CFIN 402 751 13720 Business Valuation and Project Finance CMSC 221 and MGCR 341


MON 18:05 - 20:55WONG 1050 TBA *Sheridan Titman, John D. Martin, Valuation:
The Art and Science of Corporate Investment
Decisions, 2nd Ed., 978-0-136-11701,
Pearson Ed.
Updated Aug 26
th, 2011


Fall
Session











Course No.

Sec.

CRN

Course Title

Pre-req

Day

Time

Bldg/Room

Lecturer(s)

Texts (*Required / ~Optional)


CFIN 410 781 13724 Investment and Portfolio Management
(COURSE CANCELLED)
CFIN 300 and CMSC 221 and MGCR
341


THU 18:05 - 20:55 TBA

CFIN 421 771 13730 Asset Liability Management CMSC 221 and MGCR 341


WED 18:05 - 20:55ENGMC 12 A. Naciri

*A. Saunders & M. Million Cornett, Financial
Institutions Mgmt.: A Risk Mgmt. Approach,
7th Ed., 978-0-073530758, Mcgraw Hill.

CGMG 210 761 14322 Fundamentals of Project Management


TUE 18:05 - 20:55BURN 306 S. Gauthier

*Project Management Institute, A Guide To
The Project Management Body Of
Knowledge , 4th Ed., 9780446526562, Project
Management Institute.

CGMG 282 751 2091 Introduction to Business


MON 18:05 - 20:55ENGMD 279 W. Maybury

*Course Pack
CHLC 500 781 2086 Health Care Systems


THU 18:05 - 20:55WONG 1020 B. Robinson

*Valerie Thompson, Health And Health Care
Delivery In Canada, 2010, 978-1-897422-07,
Elsevier.

CMIS 431 751 10577 Systems Implementation Corequisite(s): INSY 437 or CCCS 330.


MON 18:05 - 20:55ENGMC 103 M. Shahidi

*Kendall & Kendall, Systems Analysis And
Designe, 8th Ed., Pearson 2011.
~Valacich, George, Hoffer, Essential Of
Systems Analysis & Design, 4th Ed.,
0136084966, Pearson.

CMSC 000 781 2128 Foundations of Mathematics


THU 18:05 - 20:55BURN 1B45 J. Graham

*R. Larson & K. Nolting, Elementary and
Intermediate Algebra, 5th Ed., 978-0-547-
10216, Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning.

CMSC 101 771 2088 College Algebra and Functions CMSC 000 or Exemption by
Examination


WED 18:05 - 20:55WONG 1030 V. Gavrin

*Stewart, Redlin, Watson, Algebra And
Trigonometry 3rd, Custom Bundle + Student
Solution Manual, Custom Edition,
1111701296, Nelson Education Ltd.
CMSC 101 781 2089 College Algebra and Functions CMSC 000 or Exemption by
Examination


THU 18:05 - 20:55ENGTR 2100 H. Lau

Same as above

CMSC 203 781 2090 Survey of Basic Mathematics 1
(COURSE CANCELLED)
CMSC 101
or Exemption by Examination

THU 18:05 - 20:55 TBA TBA

CMSC 221 771 12530 Applied Quantitative Methods CMSC 000 (or the Exemption by
Examination)


WED 18:05 - 20:55ENGTR 2110 G. Golovina

*No required text
CORG 450 761 8668 Workplace Health and Safety


TUE 18:05 - 20:55LEA 110 B. Robinson

*K. Kelloway & L. Francis, Management Of
Occupational Health And Safety, 5th Ed.,
97801765024, Nelson Education.

CPDV 301 761 2092 Risk Management


TUE 18:05 - 20:55ENGMC 12 J. McGraw
M. Ng Wan

*Baranoff, Harrington, Niehaus, Risk
Assessment, 1st Edition, AICPU.
~Macwilliam, Karen, Assessing Risk a
Canadian Perspective, 2008, 1st Edition, N/A.

CPDV 305 771 2094 General Insurance 1
(COURSE CANCELLED)



WED 18:05 - 20:55 TBA TBA

CPRL 223 751 13738 Basics of Public Relations MON 18:05 - 20:55ENGMC 13 M. Lefebvre *Glen M. Broom, Effective Public Relations,
Updated Aug 26
th, 2011


Fall
Session











Course No.

Sec.

CRN

Course Title

Pre-req

Day

Time

Bldg/Room

Lecturer(s)

Texts (*Required / ~Optional)



10th Ed., 978-013-6029, Pearson.

CPRL 227 781 13745 Internal Communication Corequisite: (EDEC 207 or CCOM 207)
and CPRL 223


THU 18:05 - 20:55BURN 1B36 B. Walsh
G. Bartels

~Holtz, S. , Corporate Conversations: A
Guide To Craft Effective and Appropriate
Internal Communications, 08144077,
Amacom.

CPRL 228 771 14071 Event Management


WED 18:05 - 20:55LEA 14 M. Lefebvre

*Brenda R. Carlos, Event Management,
Pearson.

CPRL 322 751 4080 Cases in Public Relations CPRL 224 and CPRL 225 and CPRL 226
and CPRL 227 and CPRL 320 and CPRL
321 or contact department for registration
approval.

MON 18:05 - 20:55LEA 210 B. Walsh

*Anne, Gregory, Planning and Managing
Public Relations Campaigns: A Strategic
Approach, 3rd ed., ISBN 978-0-7494-5108-0,
Kogan Page. (www.koganpage.com)
CTPT 202 771 12532 Production and Inventory Planning and
Control 1



WED 18:05 - 20:55ENGTR 2120 Y. Kahyaoglu

*Jacobs and Chase, Operations And Supply
Management: The Core, 2nd Ed., 978-0-07-
340333, McGraw Hill.

CTPT 206 761 13731 Transportation Management and Economics


TUE 18:05 - 20:55LEA 109 D. McKnight

*Course pack
CTPT 208 751 13732 Fundamentals of Logistics


MON 18:05 - 20:55LEA 109 P. Chicoine

*Paul R. Murphy Jr., Donald F. Wood,
Contemporary Logistics, 10th Edition,
Prentice-Hall.

CTPT 311 781 13733 Supply Chain Risk Management CTPT 200


THU 18:05 - 20:55ENGMC 103 J. McGraw
Y. Kahyaoglu

TBA

ECON 295 761 2032 Macroeconomic Policy Co-requisite: MGCR 293


TUE 18:05 - 20:55WONG 1030 J. Saba

*Ragan & Lipsey, Study Guide-
Macroeconomics, 13th Ed., Pearson.
*Ragan & Lipsey, Macroeconomics, 13th Ed.,
Pearson.

EDPC 501 752 2063 Helping Relationships


MON 18:05 - 20:55EDUC 211 A. Bernardelli

TBA

INDR 294 751 2044 Introduction to Labour-Management
Relations



MON 18:05 - 20:55BURN 306 R. Guerin

*Fiona McQuarrie, Industrial Relations In
Canada, 2nd Ed., Wiley.

INSY 332 761 2039 Accounting Information Systems MGCR 331
MGCR 211


TUE 18:05 - 20:55ENGTR 1080 T. Nizami

*Arens & Ward, Systems Understanding Aid,
7th Ed., 978-0-912503-27, Armond Dalton
Publishers Inc.
*Magal & Word, Essentials Of Business
Processes & Information Systems, 1st Ed.,
978-0470-48276, Wiley.
*Bagranoff, Simkin, And, Norman, Core
Concepts Of Accounting Information
Systems, 11th Ed., 978-0-470-50702, Wiley
Publishing.

INSY 432 771 12528 Information Technology in Business MGCR 331


WED 18:05 - 20:55LEA 15 M. Talla

*Martin, Managing Information Technology,
What Managers Need To Know, 6th Ed.,
9780131789548, Pearson.

INSY 437 781 10578 Managing Data and Database MGCR 331


THU 18:05 - 20:55688SH 355 P. Cabrejo

*Rob, Coronel, Morris, Database Systems, 9th
Ed., 9781111969608, Thomson.

MGCR 211 751 2046 Introduction to Financial Accounting MON 18:05 - 20:55ARTS W-120 K. Ryan *Libby, Libby, Short, Kanaan, Gowing,
Updated Aug 26
th, 2011


Fall
Session











Course No.

Sec.

CRN

Course Title

Pre-req

Day

Time

Bldg/Room

Lecturer(s)

Texts (*Required / ~Optional)



Financial Accounting, 5th Cdn. Ed.,
9780078111020, McGraw-Hill Ryerson.

MGCR 211 771 2048 Introduction to Financial Accounting


WED 18:05 - 20:55ENGMD 276 B. Davies

Same as above

MGCR 211 781 2049 Introduction to Financial Accounting


THU 18:05 - 20:55ENGMD 280 E. Bierbrier

Same as above

MGCR 222 741 2050 Intro. to Organizational Behaviour


SAT 09:00 - 12:00ENGTR 1080 Z. Suissa

*Langton, Robbins, & Judge, Organizational
Behavior, 5th Cdn. Ed., Pearson Canada.

MGCR 222 761 2051 Intro. to Organizational Behaviour


TUE 18:05 - 20:55WONG 1020 J. Fraser

Same as above

MGCR 222 771 2052 Intro. to Organizational Behaviour


WED 18:05 - 20:55WONG 1020 I. Rosenstein

Same as above

MGCR 273 771 2053 Introductory Management Statistics CMSC 101 or
Exemption by Examination

WED 18:05 - 20:55ENGTR 2110 G. Golovina

*Levine / Lau, Statistics For Managers: Using
Microsoft Excel, 1st Ed., 978-0-558-34671,
Pearson Learning Solutions.

MGCR 293 751 2054 Managerial Economics


MON 18:05 - 20:55RPHYS 112 T. Nizami

*Herzfeld, Mansfield, Donley, Study Guide
And Casebook For Managerial Economics,
7th Ed., 978-0-393-93396, W. W. Norton.
*Mansfield, Allen, Doherty, And Weigelt,
Managerial Economics: Theory, Applications,
And Cases, 7th Ed., W. W. Norton.

MGCR 331 751 2055 Information Systems CMSC 101
or Exemption by Examination

MON 18:05 - 20:55BURN 1B45 C. Quesnel

*Norrie, Huber, Piercy, McKeown,
Introduction To Information Systems, 2nd
Cdn. Ed., 978-0-470-16111, Wiley.
MGCR 331 761 2056 Information Systems CMSC 101
or Exemption by Examination

TUE 18:05 - 20:55BURN 1B45 L. Kerklaan

Same as above

MGCR 341 771 2057 Finance 1 MGCR 273 for CCE Students or MGCR
271 or Equivalent


WED 18:05 - 20:55BURN 1B36 F. Zeeshanali

~Ross, Westerfield, Jordan, Roberts,
Fundamentals Of Corporate Finance, 7th Cdn.
Ed., McGraw-Hill Ryerson.

MGCR 352 751 2058 Marketing Management 1


MON 18:05 - 20:55WONG 1020 M. Cipriano

*Kotler, Armstrong, Cunningham, Priciples
Of Marketing, 8th Cdn. Ed., 978-0-13-
508457, Pearson .

MGCR 352 771 2059 Marketing Management 1


WED 18:05 - 20:55BURN 511 C. Royce

Same as above

MGCR 382 781 10580 International Business


THU 18:05 - 20:55ENGTR 1100 J. Saba

*Griffin & Pustay, Custom International
Business -- & MyIBlab, Custom Ed,
0132879646, Pearson-Prentice Hall.

MGCR 423 781 2060 Organizational Policy Advanced Students
(Minimum 5 required courses
completed).

THU 18:05 - 20:55RPHYS 114 J. Lukca

*Hill & Jones, Strategic Management Theory
- An Integrated Approach, 9th Ed., 13:978-0-
538-75, South-Western.

MGPO 450 781 10304 Ethics in Management
(COURSE CANCELLED)
Advanced Students
(Minimum 5 required courses completed)

THU 18:05 - 20:55 TBA


MRKT 434 771 14142 Topics in Marketing MGCR 352
MGCR 273
WED 18:05 - 20:55ENGTR 2100 B. Delorme

*Sam Fullerton, Sports Marketing, 2nd Ed.,
9780073381114, McGraw-Hill/Irwin.
Updated Aug 26
th, 2011


Fall
Session











Course No.

Sec.

CRN

Course Title

Pre-req

Day

Time

Bldg/Room

Lecturer(s)

Texts (*Required / ~Optional)

or Departmental Approval


MRKT 451 781 5366 Marketing Research MGCR 352 and
MGCR 271 ( or MGCR 273 for CCE
students)

THU 18:05 - 20:55ENGMC 204 S. Letovsky

*Burns & Bush, Marketing Research, 6th Ed.,
0138011125, Pearson.

MRKT 452 751 13737 Consumer Behaviour MGCR 352


MON 18:05 - 20:55BURN 1B23 A. Fioriello

*Solomon, Zaichkowsky, Polegato, Consumer
Behaviour, 5th Canadian Edition, 978-0-13-
701828, Pearson Canada.

MRKT 483 761 5395 International Marketing Management MGCR 352 and
MGCR 382 or
dept. approval
TUE 18:05 - 20:55BURN 1B36 W. Keller

*M. Kotabi & K. Helson, Global Marketing
Management, 5th Ed., 978-0-470-38111,
Wiley.

ORGB 421 781 5393 Managing Organizational Change MGCR 222.


THU 18:05 - 20:55688SH 495 L. Campbell

*T. Cummings & C. Worley, Organizational
Development & Change, 2009, 978-0-324-
58054, South Western Cengage Learning.

ORGB 423 781 2035 Human Resources Management MGCR 222


THU 18:05 - 20:55BURN 306 E. Kutter

*Belcourt Bohlander Snell, Managing Human
Resources, 6th Cdn. Ed., 978-0-17-650178,
Nelson.

ORGB 424 771 2036 Employment ORGB 423


WED 18:05 - 20:55688SH 1271 C. Atallah

*Catano, Cronshaw, Wiesner , Recruitment
And Selection In Canada, 4th Ed., Nelson.

ORGB 426 761 2037 Human Resource Training & Development ORGB 423


TUE 18:05 - 20:55LEA 14 S. Ribaux

*Carliner, Saul, Training Design Basics, 1st
Ed., 978-1-56286-348, Astd Press.
~Stolovitch, Harold, Telling Ain't Training,
2nd Ed., 978-1-56286-70, Astd Press.
~Clark Colvin, Ruth, Evidence-Based
Training Methods, 1st Ed., 978-1-56286-704,
Astd Press.

ORGB 525 751 2038 Compensation Management MGCR 222



MON 18:05 - 20:55ENGMD 280 L. Padilla

*Milkovich, Newman, Cole, Compensation,
Third Canadian Edition, 3rd Ed.,
9780070967427, McGraw Hill.