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2 CATALOGUE School of Business and Information Technologies The School of Business and Information Technologies provides access to a world-class and work-relevant education, focused on achieving institutional and national goals of workforce development. The School of Business and Information Technologies consists of three departments: Department of Entrepreneurship and Management Department of Information Science and Technology Department of Criminal Justice These departments provide the public with a range of academic services to meet a growing number of careers and opportunities locally, regionally, and globally. Mission The School of Business and Information Technologies is devoted to the development and preparation of students who are able to confront the challenges of the fast-paced, dynamic work environment. The school produces graduates who: - are professional and ethical; - are adept at creative problem-solving; - embrace technological advancement; and - can adapt to a rapidly evolving world. We will accomplish this through value-based relationships with the business and national communities-- creating a learner-centered curriculum dedicated to student success. 105

3 Department of Entrepreneurship and Management The Department of Entrepreneurship and Management has as its primary focus the development of entrepreneurship as a viable career option for students. It supports the concept that entrepreneurship is a primary driver for the development of a nation s economy. In addition to offering a bachelor s degree in Entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship has been infused throughout the department s entire curriculum to support and enhance programmes in the managerial and financial disciplines. In this way, a cadre of professionals prepared to lead the entrepreneurial enterprise will be available to support achievement of the national goal of economic diversification through entrepreneurial activity. Programmes The Department of Entrepreneurship and Management offers the following degree programme options: Bachelor s Degree Programmes Associate Degree Programmes BA Accounting BA Public Sector Management BBA Entrepreneurship AS Management Studies for the Protective Services BA Financial Management AAS Business Administration BBA Human Resource Management AAS Management with Accounting BBA Marketing AAS Office Administration Bachelor of Business Administration - Entrepreneurship The BBA in Entrepreneurship provides the 21st century student with the foundations for functioning in, and managing the 21st century business. This integrated programme focuses on the importance of entrepreneurship in a knowledge-driven society. It provides the foundation for leadership within organisations and promotes key skills in entrepreneurship and business development needed to develop and drive a modern economy. Students will be exposed to a course of study that spans the major managerial functions, promoting flexibility of movement within the organisation, entrepreneurial, independent and critical thinking, creative problem solving and life-long learning as the fundamentals of an educated citizen who form the next generation of community and national leaders. Students enrolled in the BBA degree in Entrepreneurship will earn the AAS Business Administration after the first 64 credits. Graduation Requirements: Bachelor of Business Administration - Entrepreneurship To be awarded the BBA degree in Entrepreneurship, students must successfully complete 127 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, according to the following distribution: 106

4 CATALOGUE Required courses in the major area of study Required courses in Entrepreneurship specialization Total Courses in Major Area of Study Support courses Core curriculum courses Total Credits Required for Graduation 55 credits 21 credits 76 credits 3 credits 48 credits 127 credits COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. COURSE TITLE Cr. ACCT 126 Fundamentals of Accounting 3 ARTS 119 Foundations of Art and Music 3 ACCT 210 Cost and Management Accounting 3 BUSI 203 Leadership and Ethics 3 BUSI 120 Business Orientation 1 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 ECON 120 Principles of Microeconomics 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 ECON 125 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 ENGL 200 Comparative Literature 3 ECON 405 Managerial Economics 3 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 FINC 205 Financial Management 3 ENVH 102 World Issues in Public Health 1 FINC 310 Corporate Finance 3 ENVH 121 Environmental Issues and Sustainability 1 HURM 310 Human Resource Management 3 HIST 210 History of Trinidad and Tobago 3 LAWW 310 Business Law 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 MGMT 125 Principles of Management 3 MATH 119 Finite Mathematics 3 MGMT 205 Management Information Systems 3 PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behavior and 3 MGMT 200 Events Management or Diversity 3 MGMT 210 Introduction to Project Management RELI 205 Comparative Religion 3 MGMT 300 Organisational Behaviour 3 SCIE 121 Foundations of Natural Sciences 3 MGMT 310 Production and Operations Management 3 SCIE 201 Contemporary Issues in Science 1 MGMT 410 Quality Management 3 SPAN 100 Introduction to Spanish 3 MGMT 420 Strategic Modeling 3 STAT 122 Business Statistics 3 MKTG 205 Principles of Marketing 3 MKTG 340 Market Research 3 Total Credits in Major Area of Study 55 Total Core Curriculum Credits 48 SPECIALIZATION COURSES SUPPORT COURSES ENTP 220 Caribbean Business Environments 3 MATH 145 Business Calculus 3 ENTP 310 Managing Family Enterprise 3 ENTP 377 Cases in Entrepreneurship 2 Total Support Course Credits 3 ENTP 410 Social Entrepreneurship 3 ENTP 420 Entrepreneurship and New Venture Management 3 ENTP 499 Senior Project - Entrepreneurship 4 MKTG 212 Advertising for the Entrepreneur 3 Total Credits in Entrepreneurship Specialization 21 Career Options: Business manager or owner Bachelor of Business Administration - Marketing Effective marketing is a key requirement for every successful business. The BBA in Marketing is designed to provide graduates with a broad foundation in business administration and specialized competencies in marketing and marketing management. Graduates of this programme can enter the industry as marketing managers, brand managers, retail managers, customer service supervisors or marketing research officers. Students enrolled in the BBA degree in Marketing will earn the AAS Business Administration after the first 64 credits. 107

5 Graduation Requirements: Bachelor of Business Administration: - Marketing To be awarded the BBA in Marketing with a minor in Entrepreneurship, students must complete 129 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, according to the following distribution: Required courses in the major area of study Required courses in marketing specialization Elective courses in marketing specialization Total Courses in Major Area of Study Entrepreneurship minor requirements Support courses Core curriculum courses Total Credits Required for Graduation 40 credits 15 credits 9 credits 64 credits 14 credits 3 credits 48 credits 129 credits COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. COURSE TITLE Cr. ACCT 126 Fundamentals of Accounting 3 ARTS 119 Foundations of Art and Music 3 ACCT 210 Cost & Management Accounting 3 BUSI 203 Leadership and Ethics 3 BUSI 120 Business Orientation 1 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 ECON 120 Principles of Microeconomics 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 ECON 125 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 ENGL 200 Comparative Literature 3 FINC 205 Financial Management 3 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 FINC 310 Corporate Finance 3 ENVH 102 World Issues in Public Health 1 LAWW 310 Business Law 3 ENVH 121 Environmental Issues and Sustainability 1 MGMT 125 Principles of Management 3 HIST 210 History of Trinidad and Tobago 3 MGMT 205 Management Information Systems 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 MGMT 200 Events Management or MATH 119 Finite Mathematics 3 3 MGMT 210 Introduction to Project Management PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behavior and 3 MGMT 300 Organisational Behaviour 3 Diversity MGMT 310 Production and Operations Management 3 RELI 205 Comparative Religion 3 SCIE 121 Foundations of Natural Sciences 3 MKTG 205 Principles of Marketing 3 SCIE 201 Contemporary Issues in Science 1 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 SPAN 100 Introduction to Spanish 3 STAT 122 Business Statistics 3 Total Courses in the Major 40 Total Core Curriculum Courses 48 SPECIALIZATION COURSES ELECTIVE COURSES IN SPECIALIZATION Students are required to choose 3 courses from the list below for a total of 9 credits MKTG 320 Consumer Behaviour 3 JOUR 139 Intro. to Strategic Public Relations 3 MKTG 325 Integrated Marketing Communication 3 MKTG 305 Fundamentals of Selling 3 MKTG 340 Market Research 3 MKTG 310 Retailing 3 MKTG 405 Customer Relationship Management 3 MKTG 315 Services Marketing 3 MKTG 450 Marketing Management 3 MKTG 330 International Marketing 3 MKTG 420 Pricing and Logistics 3 Total Specialization Courses 15 Total Elective Courses 9 COURSES IN MINOR AREA OF STUDY SUPPORT COURSES ENTP 220 Caribbean Business Environments 3 MATH 145 Business Calculus 3 ENTP 310 Managing Family Enterprise 3 Total Support Course 3 ENTP 377 Cases in Entrepreneurship 2 ENTP 410 Social Entrepreneurship 3 MKTG 212 Advertising for the Entrepreneur 3 Total Credits for Entrepreneurship Minor

6 CATALOGUE Career Options: Marketing managers or specialists Retail managers Brand managers Account managers Bachelor of Business Administration: - Human Resource Management This degree in human resource management prepares students to function as HRM professionals within public and private sector organizations, locally and internationally. Students gain insight into cutting edge practices in HR for the 21st century organization and acquire a wide range of skills in core HR competencies such as training and development, industrial relations, strategic human resource management, compensation management and human resource information systems. Specific attention is paid to HR as a key strategy in public sector reform. Students enrolled in the BBA degree in Human Resource Mangagement will earn the AAS Business Administration after the first 64 credits. Graduation Requirements: BBA - Human Resource Management To be awarded the Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Human Resource Management, with a minor in Entrepreneurship, students must successfully complete 131 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, according to the following distribution: Required courses in the major area of study Required courses in HRM specialization Total Courses in Major Area of Study Entrepreneurship minor requirements Support courses Core curriculum courses Total Credits Required for Graduation 34 credits 29 credits 63 credits 14 credits 6 credits 48 credits 131 credits COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. COURSE TITLE ACCT 126 Fundamentals of Accounting 3 ARTS 119 Foundations of Art and Music 3 ACCT 210 Cost and Management Accounting 3 BUSI 203 Leadership and Ethics 3 BUSI 120 Business Orientation 1 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 ECON 120 Principles of Microeconomics 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 ECON 125 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 ENGL 200 Comparative Literature 3 FINC 205 Financial Management 3 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 LAWW 310 Business Law 3 ENVH 102 World Issues in Public Health 1 MGMT 125 Principles of Management 3 ENVH 121 Environmental Issues and Sustainability 1 MGMT 205 Management Information Systems 3 HIST 210 History of Trinidad and Tobago 3 MGMT 210 Introduction to Project Management 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 MGMT 300 Organisational Behaviour 3 MATH 119 Finite Mathematics 3 MKTG 205 Principles of Marketing 3 PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behavior and Diversity 3 Total Credits in Major Area of Study 34 RELI 205 Comparative Religion 3 SCIE 121 Foundations of Natural Sciences 3 SCIE 201 Contemporary Issues in Science 1 SPECIALIZATION COURSES SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 HURM 310 Human Resource Management 3 SPAN 100 Introduction to Spanish 3 HURM 315 HRM for the Public Sector 3 STAT 122 Business Statistics 3 HURM 320 Employee Development and Training 3 Total Core Curriculum Credits 48 HURM 325 Compensation Management 3 109

7 HURM 333 Human Resource Information Systems 1 HURM 334 Employee Assistance Programmes 1 HURM 400 Organization Design and Transformation 3 SUPPORT COURSES HURM 410 Critical Issues in HRM 3 MATH 145 Business Calculus 3 HURM 420 Human Resource Planning 3 LAWW 320 Employment Law 3 HURM 430 Industrial Relations 3 Total Support Course Credits 6 HURM 450 Integrated Strategic HRM 3 Total Credits in HRM Specialization 29 COURSES IN MINOR AREA OF STUDY ENTP 220 Caribbean Business Environments 3 ENTP 310 Managing Family Enterprise 3 ENTP 377 Cases in Entrepreneurship 2 ENTP 410 Social Entrepreneurship 3 MKTG 212 Advertising for the Entrepreneur 3 Total Credits in Entrepreneurship Minor 14 Career Options: Human resource assistant Human resource officer Human resource administrator Bachelor of Arts Public Sector Management Public sector reform is fundamental to ensure the efficient delivery of services to the general public. This degree helps students acquire critical and contemporary knowledge and skills in the areas of public sector management, and organizational development and transformation. Graduates will be well equipped to lead or participate in efforts to infuse the efficiencies of private sector management into public sector practices. Graduation Requirements: Bachelor of Arts - Public Sector Management To be awarded the BA degree in Public Sector Management, students must successfully complete 125 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, according to the following distribution: Required courses in the major area of study 49 credits Required courses in public sector management specialization 19 credits Total courses in major area of study 68 credits Support courses 9 credits Core curriculum courses 48 credits Total credits required for graduation 125 credits 110

8 CATALOGUE COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. COURSE TITLE Cr. ACCT 126 Fundamentals of Accounting 3 ARTS 119 Foundations of Art and Music 3 ACCT 210 Cost and Management Accounting 3 BUSI 203 Leadership and Ethics 3 ACCT 320 Public Sector Financial Management 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 BUSI 120 Business Orientation 1 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 ECON 120 Principles of Microeconomics 3 ENGL 200 Comparative Literature 3 ECON 125 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 ENTP 220 Caribbean Business Environments 3 ENVH 102 World Issues in Public Health 1 FINC 205 Financial Management 3 ENVH 121 Environmental Issues and Sustainability 1 LAWW 310 Business Law 3 HIST 210 History of Trinidad and Tobago 3 MGMT 220 Public Sector Project Management 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 MGMT 125 Principles of Management 3 MATH 119 Finite Mathematics 3 MGMT 205 Management Information Systems 3 PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behavior and Diversity 3 MGMT 210 Introduction to Project Management 3 RELI 205 Comparative Religion 3 MGMT 300 Organisational Behaviour 3 SCIE 121 Foundations of Natural Sciences 3 MKTG 205 Principles of Marketing 3 SCIE 201 Contemporary Issues in Science 1 LAWW 315 Administrative Law and Regulatory Practices 3 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 Business Elective 3 SPAN 100 Introduction to Spanish 3 STAT 122 Business Statistics 3 Total Credits in Major Area of Study 49 Total Core Curriculum Credits 48 SPECIALIZATION COURSES SUPPORT COURSES ADMN 300 Public Sector Management I 3 POLI 150 Introduction to Politics 3 ADMN 305 Public Sector Management II 3 HURM 315 HRM for the Public Sector 3 ADMN 315 Change Management in the Public Sector 3 HURM 430 Industrial Relations 3 ADMN 333 Public Sector Management Seminar 3 ADMN 400 Public Policy Development 3 ADMN 499 Senior Project - Public Administration 4 Total Credits in Public Sector Mgmt Specialization 19 Total Support Course Credits 9 Career Options: Managers in the public sector Job analyst New systems facilitators Change management positions Bachelor of Arts Accounting The BA in Accounting provides students with technical financial accounting skills which are complemented with a solid foundation in business management and general education competencies that enhance workplace performance. The programme is relevant to individuals seeking careers in financial services in a variety of related fields in the public and private sector. Students enrolled in the BA degree in Accounting will earn the AAS Management with Accounting after the first 67 credits. Graduation Requirements: Bachelor of Arts - Accounting To be awarded the BA degree in Accounting, students must successfully complete 128 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, according to the following distribution: 111

9 Required courses in the major area of study 46 credits Required courses in accounting specialization 31 credits Total courses in major area of study 77 credits Support courses 3 credits Core curriculum courses 48 credits Total credits required for graduation 128 credits COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. COURSE TITLE Cr. ACCT 126 Fundamentals of Accounting 3 ARTS 119 Foundations of Art and Music 3 ACCT 210 Cost and Management Accounting 3 BUSI 203 Leadership and Ethics 3 BUSI 120 Business Orientation 1 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 ECON 120 Principles of Microeconomics 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 ECON 125 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 ENGL 200 Comparative Literature 3 ENTP 220 Caribbean Business Environments 3 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 ENTP 310 Managing Family Enterprise 3 ENVH 102 World Issues in Public Health 1 ENTP 410 Social Entrepreneurship 3 ENVH 121 Environmental Issues and Sustainability 1 FINC 205 Financial Management 3 HIST 210 History of Trinidad and Tobago 3 FINC 310 Corporate Finance 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 LAWW 310 Business Law 3 MATH 119 Finite Mathematics 3 MGMT 125 Principles of Management 3 PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behavior and Diversity 3 MGMT 205 Management Information Systems 3 RELI 205 Comparative Religion 3 MGMT 210 Introduction to Project Management 3 SCIE 121 Foundations of Natural Sciences 3 MGMT 300 Organisational Behaviour 3 SCIE 201 Contemporary Issues in Science 1 MKTG 205 Principles of Marketing 3 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 SPAN 100 Introduction to Spanish 3 STAT 122 Business Statistics 3 Total Credits in Major Area of Study 46 Total Core Curriculum Credits 48 SPECIALIZATION COURSES SUPPORT COURSES ACCT 215 Intermediate Accounting I 3 LAWW 400 Corporate Law 3 ACCT 216 Intermediate Accounting II 3 Total Support Course Credits 3 ACCT 222 Accounting Systems and Applications 3 ACCT 250 Auditing 3 ACCT 310 Business Tax 3 ACCT 410 Advanced Financial Reporting 3 ACCT 415 Advanced Auditing 3 ACCT 420 Advanced Cost and Management 3 ACCT 450 Strategic Decision Making in Financial 3 ACCT 499 Accounting Accounting Simulation 4 Total Credits in Accounting Specialization 31 Career Options: Financial manager Budget analyst Auditor Cost Accountant Taxation Consultant Bachelor of Arts Financial Management The scope of finance and financial management is wide. This programme aims to provide businesses with trained financial management professionals who have the required competencies to control and successfully manipulate financial assets to improve the efficiency and profitability of businesses. It also prepares individuals 112

10 CATALOGUE for careers in banking and other institutions in the financial sector. Students enrolled in the BA degree in Financial Management programme will earn the AAS Management with Accounting after the first 67 credits. Graduation Requirements: Bachelor of Arts - Financial Management To be awarded the BA degree in Financial Management, students must successfully complete 130 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, according to the following distribution: Required courses in the major area of study 55 credits Required courses in financial management specialization 24 credits Total courses in major area of study 79 credits Support courses 3 credits Core curriculum courses 48 credits Total credits required for graduation 130 credits COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. COURSE TITLE Cr. ACCT 126 Fundamentals of Accounting 3 ARTS 119 Foundations of Art and Music 3 ACCT 210 Cost and Management Accounting 3 BUSI 203 Leadership and Ethics 3 ACCT 215 Intermediate Accounting I 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 ACCT 216 Intermediate Accounting II 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 ACCT 250 Auditing 3 ENGL 200 Comparative Literature 3 BUSI 120 Business Orientation 1 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 ECON 120 Principles of Microeconomics 3 ENVH 102 World Issues in Public Health 1 ECON 125 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 ENVH 121 Environmental Issues and Sustainability 1 ENTP 220 Caribbean Business Environments 3 HIST 210 History of Trinidad and Tobago 3 ENTP 310 Managing Family Enterprise 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 ENTP 410 Social Entrepreneurship 3 MATH 119 Finite Mathematics 3 FINC 205 Financial Management 3 PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behavior and Diversity 3 FINC 310 Corporate Finance 3 RELI 205 Comparative Religion 3 LAWW 310 Business Law 3 SCIE 121 Foundations of Natural Sciences 3 MGMT 125 Principles of Management 3 SCIE 201 Contemporary Issues in Science 1 MGMT 205 Management Information Systems 3 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 MGMT 210 Introduction to Project Management 3 SPAN 100 Introduction to Spanish 3 MGMT 300 Organisational Behaviour 3 STAT 122 Business Statistics 3 MKTG 205 Principles of Marketing 3 Total Courses in the Major 55 Total Core Curriculum Courses 48 SPECIALIZATION COURSES SUPPORT COURSES FINC 305 Entrepreneurial Finance 3 MATH 145 Business Calculus 3 FINC 330 Financial Markets and Institutions 3 FINC 340 Investment Analysis and Management 3 FINC 410 Money and Banking 4 FINC 420 Futures and Options Markets 3 FINC 425 International Financial Management 4 FINC 450 Financial Planning 4 Total Credits in Financial Management Specialization 24 Total Support Course Credits 3 Career Options: Treasury manager Banker Investment advisor Financial Analyst/ Planner 113

11 Associate in Applied Science Business Administration Business today requires individuals who are trained in a myriad of disciplines. The AAS degree in Business Administration prepares the student for entry into a business environment, ensuring that they understand the fundamental operations of any business, including accounting management, finance and marketing. With value-added courses in project management and information systems, students are well prepared to take up a role to support managerial and business functions at the end of this programme. Graduation Requirements: Associate in Applied Science Business Administration To be awarded the AAS in Business Administration degree, students must successfully complete 64 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, according to the following distribution: Courses in the major area of study 28 credits Core curriculum courses 30 credits Guided elective courses 3 credits Support courses 3 credits Total Credits Required for Graduation 64 credits COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. COURSE TITLE Cr. ACCT 126 Fundamentals of Accounting 3 BUSI 203 Leadership and Ethics 3 ACCT 210 Cost and Management Accounting 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 BUSI 120 Business Orientation 1 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 ECON 120 Principles of Microeconomics 3 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 ECON 125 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 ENVH 102 World Issues in Public Health 1 MGMT 125 Principles of Management 3 ENVH 121 Environmental Issues and Sustainability 1 FINC 205 Financial Management 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 MKTG 205 Principles of Marketing 3 MATH 119 Finite Mathematics 3 ENTP 220 Caribbean Business Environments 3 SCIE 201 Contemporary Issues in Science 1 MGMT 205 Management Information Systems 3 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 SPAN 100 Introduction to Spanish 3 STAT 122 Business Statistics 3 Total Credits in Major Area of Study 28 Total Core Curriculum Credits 30 GUIDED ELECTIVES IN MAJOR SUPPORT COURSES MGMT 200 Events Management 3 MATH 145 Business Calculus 3 MGMT 210 Introduction to Project Management 3 Total Support Course Credits 3 Choose one of the two above 3 Career Option: Entry level employee in business Associate in Science Management Studies for the Protective Services This programme is designed to provide participants from the Protective Services with the needed competencies to improve efficiencies in their supervisory roles and to prepare them to be change agents in the various services. Participants are exposed to managerial concepts as well as practical aspects of managing resources in an efficient and effective manner. This programme will allow participants to access the BA degree in Public Sector Management. 114

12 CATALOGUE Graduation Requirements: AS- Management Studies for the Protective Services To be awarded the AS degree in Management Studies for the Protective Services, students must successfully complete 63 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, according to the following distribution: Courses in the major area of study Core curriculum courses Support Courses Total Credits Required for Graduation 33 credits 24 credits 6 credits 63 credits COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. COURSE TITLE Cr. ACCT 204 Financial Procedure and Budgeting 3 BUSI 203 Leadership and Ethics 3 ADMN 300 Public Sector Management I 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 HURM 315 HRM for the Public Sector 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 HURM 430 Industrial Relations 3 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 LAWW 125 Ethics 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 LAWW 130 Caribbean Legal Systems 3 MATH 116 Contemporary College Mathematics 3 LAWW 135 Constitutional Law 3 PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behavior and Diversity 3 MGMT 125 Principles of Management 3 MGMT 205 Management Information Systems 3 STAT 122 Business Statistics 3 MGMT 210 Introduction to Project Management 3 MGMT 300 Organisational Behaviour 3 Total Credits in Major Area of Study 33 Total Core Curriculum Credits 24 SUPPORT COURSES COMPASS PREPARATORY COURSES COUN 100 Counseling 3 MATH 091 Pre-College Algebra 3 OSHE 120 Introduction to Occupational Safety and 3 MATH 092 Basic Algebra 3 Health MATH 093 Intermediate Algebra 3 Total Support Course Credits 6 Total COMPASS Courses 9 Career Option: Promotion within the Protective Services Associate in Applied Science Office Administration This programme is designed to develop skilled paraprofessionals in the field of office administration. It combines sound theoretical foundations in management studies with the practical skills required to ensure that graduates perform efficiently and professionally. The programme comprises an office administration core that focuses on the development of the administrative skills and aptitudes necessary for optimal operations in the modern office setting, a business core to support the managerial functions of key elements in organizations and a general education core that facilitates critical thinking, social responsibility and lifelong learning as fundamental requirements all COSTAATT graduates. 115

13 Graduation Requirements: Associate in Applied Science Office Administration To be awarded the AAS degree in Office Administration, students must successfully complete 70 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, according to the following distribution: Courses in the major area of study Courses in office administration specialization Total Courses in Major Area of Study Core curriculum courses Support Courses Total Credits Required for Graduation 22 credits 18 credits 40 credits 27 credits 3 credits 70 credits COURSES IN MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. COURSE TITLE Cr. ACCT 204 Financial Procedure and Budgeting 3 BUSI 203 Leadership and Ethics 3 BUSI 120 Business Orientation 1 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 HURM 310 Human Resource Management 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 LAWW 310 Business Law 3 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 MGMT 125 Principles of Management 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 MGMT 200 Events Management 3 MATH 116 Contemporary College Mathematics or 3 MGMT 225 Procurement and Inventory Management 3 MATH 119 Finite Mathematics 3 MKTG 114 Customer Service Fundamentals 3 PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behavior and Diversity 3 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 Total Credits in Major Area of Study 22 Total Core Curriculum Credits 27 SPECIALIZATION COURSES SUPPORT COURSES OFAD 120 Word Processing I 2 COMM 119 Grammar for Office Professionals 3 OFAD 125 Word Processing II 2 OFAD 135 Administrative Office Management 3 Total Support Course Credits 3 OFAD 200 Speed Development 1 OFAD 215 Spreadsheet Design and Processing 2 OFAD 221 Database Design and Processing 2 OFAD 231 Desktop Publishing & Presentation Tools 2 OFAD 236 Office Communications Management 2 OFAD 288 Office Administration Portfolio 2 Total Credits in Office Admin. Specialization 18 Career Options: Administrative assistant Executive assistant Personal assistant Office administrator Associate in Applied Science Management with Accounting The accounting programme was developed along the guidelines of the ACCA syllabus for accounting professionals. This AAS degree in Management with Accounting prepares students to proceed to the ACCA Level I required for accounting technicians. The programme serves as the gateway to the bachelor s degree programmes for individuals seeking careers in financial services either in accounting or financial management. All credits earned in the associate degree will be transferred to either the BA degree in Accounting or Financial Management. 116

14 CATALOGUE Graduation Requirements: Associate in Applied Science Management with Accounting To successfully complete the AAS degree in Management with Accounting, students must complete 67 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, according to the following distribution: Required courses in the major area of study Core curriculum courses Total credits required for graduation 37 credits 30 credits 67 credits COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. COURSE TITLE Cr. ACCT 126 Fundamentals of Accounting 3 BUSI 203 Leadership and Ethics 3 ACCT 210 Cost & Management Accounting 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 ACCT 215 Intermediate Accounting I 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 ACCT 216 Intermediate Accounting II 3 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 ACCT 250 Auditing 3 ENVH 102 World Issues in Public Health 1 BUSI 120 Business Orientation 1 ENVH 121 Environmental Issues and Sustainability 1 ECON 120 Principles of Microeconomics 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 ECON 125 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 MATH 119 Finite Mathematics 3 FINC 205 Financial Management 3 SCIE 201 Contemporary Issues in Science 1 MGMT 125 Principles of Management 3 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 MGMT 205 Management Information Systems 3 SPAN 100 Introduction to Spanish 3 MKTG 205 Principles of Marketing 3 STAT 122 Business Statistics 3 FINC 310 Corporate Finance 3 Total Credits in Major Area of Study 37 Total Core Curriculum Credits 30 Career Options: Accounting Technician Full-Time Faculty Profile Management and Entrepreneurship Kirwin Pyle-Williams Department Chair Management and Law Awai-King, Sarah Senior Lecturer Human Resource Managemnt MA, PG Dip. Research Interest: Mother Friendly work environments and connection with productivity and efficiency environments Heather Dawn Charles Senior Lecturer - Public Administration, Customer Service M.Sc. LCCI, PRM Research Interest: Change Management from the customer server s perspective Anthea Davis Senior Lecturer - Human Resource Management PG Dip., BA Research Interest: Entrepreneurship and HRM - growth of SME Jerome Khan Senior Lecturer - Business Management, Accounting M.Sc., ACCA, B.Sc. Research interest: Entrepreneurship Ambica Medine Senior Lecturer - Business Management MSc., BA Research Interest: Pioneering Entrepreneurship in T& T in the secondary school system 117

15 Dianne Bartholomew Senior Lecturer - Management B.Sc. Research Interest: Cultural anthropology and organizational behaviour Clinton Benjamin Senior Lecturer - Strategic Planning, Business Management MBA, BBA Research Interest: Entrepreneurial profiles; information technology research Wayne S. Bissoo Senior Lecturer - Economics B.Sc. Research Interest: Business education; curriculum, assessment Clayton Blackman Senior Lecturer - Public Administration, Business Management M.Sc., PG.Dip., BA Research Interest: Public sector reform and social entrepreneurship Arlene Saunders-George Senior Lecturer Human Resource Management Msc., Bsc., Dip. Research Interest: Carol Pitt-Braithwaite Senior Lecturer Office Administration Bsc., AA Research Interest: Human Behaviour (Attrition of Adult Learners) Roger Gopaul Senior Lecturer Accounting, Economics, Business Management MBA, BBA Research Interest: SME s use of financial and non financial indicators to ensure sustainability Sajjad Hamid Senior Lecturer - Business Management, Entrepreneurship MBA, B.Sc. Research Interest: History of the development of Entrepreneurship in Trinidad and Tobago and evolutionary approach Terriann Humphrey Lecturer - Event Planning, Business Management B.Sc. Research Interest: The future of Tourism in the Eastern Caribbean and Jamaica Karen Inniss Senior Lecturer - Project Management M.Sc., B.Sc. Research Interest: Project Management Ronald Phillip Senior Lecturer Management MBA, M.ed., Bsc., Dip. Ed. Research Interest: Management, Organisational Development Charmaine Mungaldeen Senior Lecturer - Accounting ACCA Research Interest: Small business development Jennifer Prince Senior Lecturer - Accounting, Business Management MBA, ACCA, BA Research Interest: SME s use of financial and non financial indicators to ensure sustainability Kyra Santana Senior Lecturer - Marketing M.Sc., BA Research Interest: Marketing communication, marketing for small business development and sustainability Soogrim, Carlton Senior Lecturer - Economics MBA, BA Research Interest: International business, trade, economics and marketing Samantha Joseph Senior Lecturer Economics Msc.,Bsc Research Interest:Economic development and migration Caribbean integration and tourism 118

16 CATALOGUE Department of Information Science and Technology The Department of Information Science and Technology offers cutting-edge programmes in information technology and library science. Students enrolled in the information technology programmes have access to state-of-the-art computer labs and faculty with significant industry experience. They also have the option of completing parallel certification in CISCO or ORACLE. The Associate degree in Library and Information Studies is the only one of its kind in the Caribbean and exposes students to a unique blend of the theoretical and practical aspects of library science. The Department also partners with NALIS to provide students with work-based, supervised practicums to ensure that students are work-place ready upon graduation. Programmes The Department of Information Science and Technology offers the following degree programme options: Bachelor s Degree Programmes Associate Degree Programmes B.Sc. IT - Computer Information Systems AAS IT Information Systems Development B.Sc. Information Technology Networking AAS IT Operating Systems Management B.Sc. Internet Technology AAS IT Internet Technology AAS Library and Information Studies Bachelor of Science - Information Technology: Computer Information Systems The Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology - Computer Information Systems is closely aligned to the curriculum of the Oracle Academy, of which COSTAATT is a member. Oracle is the world leader in database technology and business intelligence, and is the second largest information technology company in the world. Students enrolled in this programme have access to Oracle s advanced computer science courses, curriculum and teaching aids, which have all been designed to the highest international standards. Graduation Requirements: B.Sc. - Information Technology: Computer Information Systems To be awarded the B.Sc. in Information Technology (CIS) degree, students must successfully complete 127 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, according to the following distribution: Core courses in information technology major Required courses in area of specialization (Computer Information Systems) Total required courses in major area of study Core curriculum courses Support courses Total credits required for graduation 30 credits 42 credits 72 credits 51 credits 4 credits 127 credits 119

17 COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. CORE COURSES IN THE MAJOR GENERAL EDUCATION CORE ITEC 120 Introduction to Computer Hardware 3 ARTS 119 Foundations of Art and Music 3 ITEC 122 Introduction to Operating Systems 3 BUSI 203 Leadership and Ethics 3 ITEC 133 Programming I 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 ITEC 229 Human and Computer Interface Design 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 ITEC 235 Object Oriented Programming I 3 ECON 110 Introduction to General Economics 3 ITEC 236 Object Oriented Programming II 3 ENGL 200 Comparative Literature 3 ITEC 240 Web Page Design 3 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 ITEC 250 Computer Networks, Architecture and Protocol 3 ENVH 102 World Issues in Public Health 1 ITEC 260 Information Security Standards and Control 3 ENVH 121 Environmental Issues and Sustainability 1 ITEC 270 Database Design I 3 HIST 210 History of Trinidad and Tobago 3 Total Credits for Core Courses in the Major 30 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 MATH 117 College Algebra 3 COURSES IN AREA OF SPECIALIZATION PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behavior and Diversity 3 ITEC 140 Commercial and Industrial Information Systems 3 RELI 205 Comparative Religion 3 ITEC 225 Systems Analysis 3 SCIE 121 Foundations of Natural Science 3 ITEC 228 Systems Design 3 SCIE 201 Contemporary Issues in Science 1 ITEC 249 Principles of Information Technology 3 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 ITEC 292 Data Structures 3 SPAN 100 Introduction to Spanish 3 ITEC 294 Information Systems Implementation 3 STAT 120 Fundamentals of Statistics 3 ITEC 371 Database Design II 3 Total Core Curriculum Credits 51 ITEC 372 Database Programming with SQL 3 ITEC 374 Database Administration I 3 ITEC 375 Microcomputer Applications in Business 3 ITEC 376 Building Internet Ready Applications 3 ITEC 472 Database Programming with PL/SQL 3 SUPPORT COURSES ITEC 474 Database Administration II 3 BUSI 120 Business Orientation 1 ITEC 499 Senior Project Information Technology 3 MATH 118 Pre-Calculus 3 Total CIS Specialization Credits 42 Total Support Course Credits 4 Career Options: Business systems analyst Database administrator Database developer Trainee systems analyst Oracle database developer Database application specialist Bachelor of Science - Information Technology: Networking This programme is designed for individuals seeking a career in information technology, with an emphasis on networking. Students acquire sound foundational skills in key areas such as network administration, network security, network architecture and wireless communication. Students get hands-on training in network systems commonly found in business environments; discover how information systems support organizational success; and how the technologies that comprise the network infrastructure allow for successful transfer and use of mission critical business information. In addition, students install, configure, secure, administer, and troubleshoot network systems; address the management of users, shared resources, and various other network components such as routers and switches in LANs, WANs, wireless and mobile network environments. Students who are successful in this programme will have acquired the competencies to complete the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) professional examinations. 120

18 CATALOGUE Graduation Requirements: B.Sc. Information Technology: Networking To be awarded the B.Sc. in Information Technology: Networking, students must successfully complete 127 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, according to the following distribution: Core courses in information technology major Required courses in area of specialization (Networking) Total required courses in major area of study Core curriculum courses Support courses Total credits required for graduation 30 credits 45 credits 75 credits 48 credits 4 credits 127 credits COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. DISCIPLINARY CORE GENERAL EDUCATION CORE ITEC 120 Introduction to Computer Hardware 3 ARTS 119 Foundations of Art and Music 3 ITEC 122 Introduction to Operating Systems 3 BUSI 203 Leadership and Ethics 3 ITEC 133 Programming I 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 ITEC 229 Human and Computer Interface Design 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 ITEC 235 Object Oriented Programming I 3 ECON 110 Introduction to General Economics 3 ITEC 236 Object Oriented Programming II 3 ENGL 200 Comparative Literature 3 ITEC 240 Introduction to Web Page Design 3 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 ITEC 250 Computer Networks, Architecture and Protocol 3 ENVH 102 World Issues in Public Health 1 ITEC 260 Information Security Standards and Control 3 ENVH 121 Environmental Issues and Sustainability 1 ITEC 270 Database Design I 3 HIST 210 History of Trinidad and Tobago 3 Total Credits for Core Courses in the Major 30 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 MATH 117 College Algebra 3 COURSES IN AREA OF SPECIALIZATION PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behavior and Diversity 3 ITEC 124 Operating Systems Platform 3 RELI 205 Comparative Religion 3 ITEC 244 Internet Technology 3 SCIE 121 Foundations of Natural Science 3 ITEC 251 Network Management I 3 SCIE 201 Contemporary Issues in Science 1 ITEC 285 Client Server Technology 3 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 ITEC 322 Advanced Operating Systems Platform 3 STAT 120 Fundamentals of Statistics 3 ITEC 351 Advanced Routing Protocol Concepts 3 Total Support Course Credits 48 ITEC 352 LAN Switching and VLANs 3 ITEC 360 Security Management 3 ITEC 363 Network Security 3 ITEC 451 Network Management II 3 ITEC 452 WAN Technologies 3 ITEC 453 Introduction to Mobile Technologies 3 ITEC 456 Wireless Networking 3 SUPPORT COURSES ITEC 457 Data Centre Construction Fundamentals 3 BUSI 120 Business Orientation 1 ITEC 499 Senior Project 3 MATH 118 Pre-Calculus 3 Total Networking Specialization Credits 45 Total Support Course Credits 4 Career Options: Computer operator Networking technician Cabling technician Network administrator Network security personnel VoIP technician Helpdesk technician Wireless network administrators and technician 121

19 Bachelor of Science Internet Technology This degree specialisation will provide students with the fundamental skills necessary to develop and maintain the changes required in this dynamic and challenging field. Students will learn the basics of internet application development and the importance of security of the internet as part of a well-rounded programme of instruction. The programme addresses both the technical aspects of the field, as well as the many emerging business applications. The graduate will have the advantage of being able to work in diverse environments within the information technology industry. The practical knowledge gained from the programme provides a foundation of information technology skill-sets that can be used in web site development, network management, programming, systems analysis, project management, e-commerce, or any number of fields within the industry. This programme is designed to equip students to sit the Certified Internet Webmaster (CIW) professional examinations. Graduation Requirements: Bachelor of Science Internet Technology To be awarded the B.Sc. in Internet Technology, students must successfully complete 127 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, according to the following distribution: Core courses in information technology major Required courses in area of specialization (Internet Technology) Total required courses in major area of study Core curriculum courses Support courses Elective courses Total credits required for graduation 30 credits 42credits 72 credits 48 credits 4 credits 3 credits 127 credits COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. DISCIPLINARY CORE GENERAL EDUCATION CORE ITEC 120 Introduction to Computer Hardware 3 ARTS 119 Foundations of Art and Music 3 ITEC 122 Introduction to Operating Systems 3 BUSI 203 Leadership and Ethics 3 ITEC 133 Programming I 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 ITEC 229 Human and Computer Interface Design 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 ITEC 235 Object Oriented Programming I 3 ECON 110 Introduction to General Economics 3 ITEC 236 Object Oriented Programming II 3 ENGL 200 Comparative Literature 3 ITEC 240 Web Page Design 3 ENTP 210 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 ITEC 250 Computer Networks, Architecture and Protocol 3 ENVH 102 World Issues in Public Health 1 ITEC 260 Information Security Standards and Control 3 ENVH 121 Environmental Issues and Sustainability 1 ITEC 270 Database Design I 3 HIST 210 History of Trinidad and Tobago 3 Total Credits for Core Courses in the Major 30 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 MATH 117 College Algebra 3 COURSES IN AREA OF SPECIALIZATION PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behavior and Diversity 3 ITEC 124 Operating Systems Platform 3 RELI 205 Comparative Religion 3 ITEC 243 Introduction to XML Programming 3 SCIE 121 Foundations of Natural Sciences 3 ITEC 244 Internet Technology 3 SCIE 201 Contemporary Issues in Science 1 ITEC 245 Introduction to Scripting Languages 3 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 ITEC 251 Network Management I 3 STAT 120 Fundamentals of Statistics 3 ITEC 285 Client Server Technology 3 Total Core Curriculum Credits 48 ITEC 291 Time-Based Media Programming 3 SUPPORT COURSES ITEC 342 Three-Tier DBMS Application 3 ITEC 343 Advanced XML Programming 3 BUSI 120 Business Orientation 1 ITEC 345 Web Client-Side Programming and Libraries 3 GRDE 128 Introduction to Commercial Design 3 ITEC 443 Local and Remote Data Integration 3 Total Support Course Credits 4 ITEC 445 Scripting for System Administration 3 122

20 CATALOGUE ITEC 456 Wireless Networking 3 ELECTIVE COURSES ITEC 499 Senior Project Information Technology 3 Any college-level course offered by the College 3 Total Networking Specialization Credits 42 Total Elective Credits 3 Career Options: SAP functional developer JAVA/J2EE Web objects architect PERL developer Cold fusion developer UI Architect Web applications programmer Infrastructure analyst Web logic administrator Programmer analyst Associate in Applied Science Information Technology: Information Systems Development This degree programme essentially comprises the first two years of the B.Sc. in Information Technology: Computer Information Systems. Students pursuing a B.Sc. in Information Technology (CIS) can exit with an AAS degree in Information Technology (ISD) once they have completed the prescribed list of courses below. Graduates will be prepared for technician or technologist entry level positions in the job market such as programmers, systems analysts and database administrators. Graduation Requirements: AAS Information Technology: Information Systems Development To be awarded the Associate in Applied Science degree in Information Technology (ISD), students must complete 70 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, according to the following distribution: Core courses in information technology major Courses in ISD specialization Core curriculum courses Support courses Total Credits Required for Graduation 24 credits 18 credits 24 credits 4 credits 70 credits COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. CODE COURSE TITLE Cr. DISCIPLINARY CORE GENERAL EDUCATION CORE ITEC 120 Introduction to Computer Hardware 3 COMM 117 Fundamentals of Writing 3 ITEC 122 Introduction to Operating Systems 3 COMM 118 Communication in the Workplace 3 ITEC 133 Programming I 3 ECON 110 Introduction to General Economics 3 ITEC 229 Human and Computer Interface Design 3 HIST 210 History of Trinidad and Tobago 3 ITEC 240 Web Page Design 3 LIBS 130 Fundamental Research Skills 3 ITEC 250 Computer Networks, Architecture and Protocol 3 MATH 117 College Algebra 3 ITEC 270 Database Design I 3 PSYC 103 Understanding Human Behavior and Diversity 3 ITEC 260 Information Security Standards and Control 3 SOCI 102 Introduction to the Study of Society 3 123

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