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1 University of Windsor Program Development Committee Revised PDC Business - Program/Course Changes Item for: Approval MOTION: That the revisions to the Bachelor of Commerce (Honours Business Administration) Articulation Agreements with All Colleges (For Three Year Diploma programs in Business) be approved in accordance with the submitted PDC program/course change forms.* *Subject to approval of the expenditures required. Approvals These changes have been approved by the Odette School of Business. see attached.

2 PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MINOR PROGRAM CHANGES FORM C TITLE OF PROGRAM/CERTIFICATE: Articulation Agreement All Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology: Three-Year Diploma in Business and the University of Windsor: Bachelor of Commerce (Honours Business Administration) DEPARTMENT/SCHOOL: Odette School of Business FACULTY: Odette School of Business Proposed change(s) effective as of [Fall, Winter, Spring]: Fall 2012 PART A PROGRAM REQUIREMENT CHANGES Please provide the current program requirements and the proposed new program requirements by cutting and pasting from the current undergraduate or graduate web calendar (www.uwindsor.ca/calendars) and clearly marking deletions with strikethrough (strikethrough) and additions/new information with bolding and underlining. Example: Major requirements: , , , , , , plus three additional courses at the 300-level or 400-level. Proposed Change Bachelor of Commerce (Honours Business Administration) Articulation Agreements with All Colleges (For Three Year Diploma programs in Business) Business Programs (Three Year Diploma): Students may enter the Honours Business Administration program after completing a three-year College business diploma program with a minimum cumulative average of B- or better and a minimum grade of B- in each transferable course or minimum cumulative average of B- for each grouping of transferrable courses and in the case of one to one transfers of specified 3 rd and 4 th years courses, an A- average. Such graduates may be granted up to seventeen twenty semester course credits towards the Bachelor of Commerce - Honours Business Administration degree. This agreement will be retroactive for three years from the date of its implementation. RATIONALE Please provide a rationale for the proposed change(s). The proposed change speficies that students need a minimum cumulative average of B- or better and a minimum grade of B- in each transferable course or minimum cumulative average of B- for each grouping of transferrable courses and in the case of one to one transfers of specified 3 rd and 4 th years courses, an A- average. NOTE: Transfer credit obtained through this articulation agreement is subject to reevaluation in cases where the student decides to transfer into another program at the University. In order to continue to facilitate the entry of students from CAAT three-year business programs into the University, the courses in the Colleges three-year Business programs have been and will continue to be examined by the appropriate Departments at the University and the appropriate College, and equivalencies will be established. Odette, in consultation with the appropriate departments, will prepare a list of course equivalencies for each college in Ontario. For example, the attached equivalencies for graduates of three year St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology business diploma programs. See attached Review of agreement: This agreement is in effect for a period of five years, with a thorough review during the fourth third year. This agreement may be reviewed at any time at the request of either party, and may be amended upon mutual agreement, with the understanding that students already admitted to Odette under the agreement will be permitted to complete their program. Page 2 of 14

3 RESOURCES AVAILABLE PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MINOR PROGRAM CHANGES FORM C Faculty and Staff What are the faculty and staff resources (including all faculty and staff from affected areas/departments) currently available and committed to actively support the revised program (e.g., administrative, teaching, supervision, etc.)? The are sufficicent faculty and staff resources to support the revised program. Provide an assessment of faculty expertise available and committed to actively support the revised program. The are sufficicent faculty expertise to support the revised program. Other Resources What are the resources currently available and committed to actively support the revised program (including library, teaching and learning support, space, equipment, facilities, GA/TAs, etc.)? N/A - No changes required. What are the student support services currently available and committed to actively support the initiative? N/A. Reliance on Resources from Another Area/Unit Will the program change rely on existing resources of another campus unit (e.g., faculty teaching, equipment or facilities outside the proposer s control or use of existing equipment within the proposer s control with maintenance and upgrading requirements specified)? Please elaborate and provide relevant details. N/A. REALLOCATION OF RESOURCES AND COST-SAVINGS In reviewing the resources required to run the revised program, what opportunities for internal reallocation of resources and cost-savings have been identified and pursued by the area/department (e.g., streamlining existing programs and courses, deleting courses, etc.)? N/A. ADDITIONAL RESOURCES REQUIRED Faculty and Staff What additional faculty and staff resources are required to run the revised program? N/A GA/TAs What additional GA/TA resources (including GA/TA resources required by all affected areas/departments) are required to run the revised program? N/A Library What additional library resources (including library resources required by all affected areas/departments) are required to run the revised program? N/A Teaching and Learning Support What additional teaching and learning support resources (including teaching and learning support resources required by all affected areas/departments) are required to run the revised program? N/A Page 3 of 14

4 PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MINOR PROGRAM CHANGES FORM C Student Support Services What additional student support services are required to run the proposed program? N/A No changes required. Space and Facilities What additional space and facility resources (including space and facility resources required by all affected areas/departments) are required to run the revised program? N/A No changes required. Equipment What additional equipment (including equipment resources required by all affected areas/departments) is required to run the revised program? N/A No changes required. Consistency with Five Year Plan Are the resources requested consistent with the resources requested in, and the focus of, the area s Faculty Five Year Plan? N/A No changes required. PART B N/A Page 4 of 14

5 Appendix A TRANSFER CREDITS WORKSHEET: ST. CLAIR COLLEGE THREE-YEAR ACCOUNTING PROGRAM Revised: February 29, 2012 MAXIMUM: 20 Transfer Credits University of Windsor Course Please also refer to the general rules that apply to this list of courses. Order of Check-off of Courses goes Section 1 through to Section 4 (stop when credit has been given for 20 courses). When 2 courses for one are used the average of the two courses may be used as long as they average B- and no single course grade is less than C. SECTION 1: REQUIRED BUSINESS COURSES (16 COURSES) Maximum number of transfer credits possible from this section: Financial Accounting ACC 110 and (ACC 210 or any other 200+ level financial accounting course) subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses Managerial Accounting ACC Business Communication (COM 200 or COM 200G) Management and Organizational Life Human Resources Management (MGN 310 or MGN 310G) and (MGN 320 or MGN 320G) subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. MGN Business Ethics MRK635 Business Policy & Ethics or MGN300 Business Ethics Business Finance I No transfer credit granted Business Finance II No transfer credit granted Business Data Analysis (MTH 210A or MTH 237) and MTH 710 subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses Management Information Systems No transfer credit granted Quantitative Decision Models No transfer credit granted Operations Management I MRK550 Business Operations I & MRK650 Business Operations 2 (Note vetting by CMA needed) subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of Page 5 of 14

6 University of Windsor Course Principles of Marketing MRK 202 transferable college courses Introduction to Business Transfer credit given if student holds an Advanced (3-year) diploma in Business Administration from St. Clair College Law and Business Administration No transfer credit granted Strategic Management No transfer credit granted SECTION 2: REQUIRED NON-BUSINESS COURSES (3 COURSES) Maximum number of transfer credits possible from this section: Introduction to Economics I ECN Introduction to Economics II ECN 110G Mathematics for Business No transfer credit granted SECTION 3: OPTIONS NON-BUSINESS COURSES Maximum number of transfer credits in this section: 6 MTH146 Math of Personal Finance MIC111 Computer Applications I & MIC211 Computer Applications II subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. ACC 316 (Advanced Spreadsheeting) Any two General Education electives Any one General Education elective Any two General Education electives SECTION 4: ELECTIVE BUSINESS COURSES Maximum number of transfer credits possible from this section: Introduction to Financial ACC 328 and (ACC 415 or ACC 428) (Intermediate Page 6 of 14

7 University of Windsor Course Accounting Theory Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship Total: 40 courses Accounting) subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. ENT 500 ACC 622 (Auditing) and ACC 627 (Accounting Projects) subject to minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. ACC 335 and ACC 435C (Taxation) subject to minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. ACC 444 and ACC 544 (Finance) subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. ACC 420 and ACC 520 (Management Accounting) subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. ACC 326 and ACC 426 (Accounting Software Applications) subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. ACC 515 and ACC 615 (Intermediate Accounting) subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. ACC 638 (Accounting Research) and BUS 606 (Management Information Systems) subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. BUS 300G (Business Law) and one other 200+ level Business course subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. Maximum: 20 Transfer Credits Page 7 of 14

8 TRANSFER CREDITS WORKSHEET: ST. CLAIR COLLEGE THREE-YEAR HUMAN RESOURCES PROGRAM Revised: February 27, 2012 MAXIMUM: 20 Transfer Credits University of Windsor Course Please also refer to the general rules that apply to this list of courses. Order of Check-off of Courses goes Section 1 through to Section 4 (stop when credit has been given for 20 courses). When 2 courses for one are used the average of the two courses may be used as long as they average B- and no single course grade is less than C. SECTION 1: REQUIRED BUSINESS COURSES (16 COURSES) Maximum number of transfer credits possible from this section: Financial Accounting ACC 110 and (ACC 210 or any other 200+ level financial accounting course) subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses Managerial Accounting ACC 422C Business Communication (COM 200 or COMM 200G) Management and Organizational Life Human Resources Management (MGN 310 or MGN 310G) and (MGN 320 or MGN 320G) subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. MGN Business Ethics MRK635 Business Policy & Ethics or MGN 300 Business Ethics Business Finance I No transfer credit granted Business Finance II No transfer credit granted Business Data Analysis (MTH 210A or MTH 237) and MTH 710 subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses Management Information Systems No transfer credit granted Quantitative Decision Models No transfer credit granted Operations Management I MRK550 Business Operations I & MRK650 Business Operations 2 subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses Principles of Marketing MRK Introduction to Business Transfer credit given if student holds an Advanced (3- Page 8 of 14

9 University of Windsor Course year) diploma in Business Administration from St. Clair College Law and Business Administration No transfer credit granted Strategic Management No transfer credit granted SECTION 2: REQUIRED NON-BUSINESS COURSES (3 COURSES) Maximum number of transfer credits possible from this section: Introduction to Economics I ECN Introduction to Economics II ECN 110G Mathematics for Business No transfer credit granted SECTION 3: OPTIONS NON-BUSINESS COURSES (6 COURSES) Maximum number of transfer credits in this section: 6 MTH146 Math of Personal Finance MIC111 Computer Applications I & MIC211 Computer Applications II subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. ECN404 Labour Economics & MGN490 Employment Law subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. Any two General Education electives Any one General Education elective Any two General Education electives SECTION 4: ELECTIVE BUSINESS COURSES (8) Maximum number of transfer credits possible from this section: Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship ENT 500 or ENT 500G Compensation Management MGN440 Compensation & Employee Benefits (A grade Page 9 of 14

10 University of Windsor Course level) Labour-Management Relations MGN330 Industrial Relations (A grade level) Training and Development MGN450 Training & Development (A grade level) The Management of Organization Health, Wellness and Safety MGN470 Occupational Health & Safety (A grade level) A graduate of this St. Clair program typically will have completed the following eight courses: INT100, MGN430, MGN460, MGN470, MGN480, MGN500, BUS600, BUS605 For these courses, award transfer credits (up to four) on a two-for-one basis, subject to minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. If not already used: Two of: MGN440 Compensation & Employee Benefits; MGN330 Industrial Relations; MGN450 Training & Development; MGN470 Occupational Health & Safety subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. If not already used: Two of: MGN440 Compensation & Employee Benefits; MGN330 Industrial Relations; MGN450 Training & Development; MGN470 Occupational Health & Safety subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. Total: 40 courses Maximum: 20 Transfer Credits Page 10 of 14

11 TRANSFER CREDITS WORKSHEET: ST. CLAIR COLLEGE THREE-YEAR MARKETING PROGRAM Revised: Feb 27, 2012 MAXIMUM: 20 Transfer Credits University of Windsor Course Please also refer to the general rules that apply to this list of courses. Order of Check-off of Courses goes Section 1 through to Section 5 (stop when credit has been given for 20 courses). When 2 courses for one are used the average of the two courses may be used as long as they average B- and no single course grade is less than C. SECTION 1: REQUIRED BUSINESS COURSES (16 COURSES) Maximum number of transfer credits possible from this section: Financial Accounting ACC 110 and (ACC 210 or any other 200+ level financial accounting course) subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses Managerial Accounting ACC Business Communication (COMM 200 or COM 200G) Management and Organizational Life MGN 310 and MGN 320 subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses Human Resources Management MGN Business Ethics MRK635 Business Policy & Ethics or MGN300 Business Ethics Business Finance I No transfer credit granted Business Finance II No transfer credit granted Business Data Analysis (MTH 210A or MTH 237) and MTH 710 subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses Management Information Systems No transfer credit granted Quantitative Decision Models No transfer credit granted Operations Management I MRK550 Business Operations I & MRK650 Business Operations 2 subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses Principles of Marketing MRK Introduction to Business Transfer credit given if student holds an Advanced (3-year) diploma in Business Administration from St. Clair College Law and Business Administration No transfer credit granted Page 11 of 14

12 University of Windsor Course Strategic Management No transfer credit granted SECTION 2: REQUIRED NON-BUSINESS COURSES (3 COURSES) Maximum number of transfer credits possible from this section: Introduction to Economics I ECN Introduction to Economics II ECN 110G Mathematics for Business No transfer credit granted SECTION 3: OPTIONS NON-BUSINESS COURSES ( 6 COURSES) Maximum number of transfer credits possible from this section: 6 MTH146 Math of Personal Finance MIC111 Computer Applications I & MIC211 Computer Applications II subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. Any one General Education elective Any two General Education electives subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. Any one General Education elective Any two General Education electives subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. SECTION 4: MARKETING COURSES Maximum number of transfer credits possible from this section: Marketing Problems-Applications and Decisions MRK520 Marketing Cases & MRK627 Applied Marketing Simulation subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses Consumer Behaviour MRK525 Consumer Behaviour Research Methods in Marketing MRK420 Marketing Research & MRK427 Marketing Research Projects (minimum grade of A grade in each Page 12 of 14

13 University of Windsor Course course) Marketing Channels Quantitative Analysis for Marketing Decisions Retail Marketing Management MRK517 Merchandising Management & MRK340 Techno Marketing (minimum grade of A in each course) Logistics and Supply Chain Management Product Planning for Marketing Management MRK622 Logistics Management & MRK332 Supply Chain Management (minimum grade of A grade in each course) No Transfer Credit Granted Internet Marketing No Transfer Credit Granted International Marketing No Transfer Credit Granted Advertising Management No Transfer Credit Granted Sales Management MRK317 Multimedia Sales Presentations & MRK440 Professional Sales Negotiations (minimum grade of A grade in each course) Marketing Strategy and Planning No Transfer Credit Granted Special Topics in Marketing No Transfer Credit Granted Independent Study in Marketing No Transfer Credit Granted SECTION 5: ELECTIVE BUSINESS COURSES Maximum number of transfer credits possible from this section: Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship ENT 500 For courses from St. Clair College not already granted in sections 1 through 4, award up to eight transfer credits, calculated as two St. Clair College marketing (MRK XXX) courses for each University of Windsor elective Business course, subject to a minimum average grade of B- in each pair of transferable college courses. Page 13 of 14

14 University of Windsor Course Total: 40 courses Maximum: 20 Transfer Credits Page 14 of 14

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