Sarnia Campus 2021 2022 - Lambton College

 
Sarnia Campus 2021 2022 - Lambton College
Sarnia Campus   2021 - 2022

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Sarnia Campus 2021 2022 - Lambton College
Student Information
       2   Why Lambton College                                            54   Residence
       4   Our Graduates Shine                                            56   Athletics & Fitness Complex
       6   Affordable Fees and Facilities                                 58   Scholarships
       8   Our Students - Changing Everything                             60   Student Employment
      10   Our Programs                                                   62   Medical Insurance Coverage

    Program Information                                          New Program      Post-Graduate Program

    Business
     13    Advanced Project Management & Strategic Leadership            47    Power Engineering Technician
     14    Agri-Business Management                                      48    Quality Engineering Management
     16    Business                                                      50    Renovation Construction Technician
     17    Business - Accounting                                         52    Welding Techniques
     18    Business Administration - Accounting
     19    Business Administration - General
     20    Business Management                                         Health and Safety
     21    Business Management – Human Resources                         29    Early Childhood Education
     22    Business Management – International Business                  39    Interprofessional Practice – Gerontology
     33    eSports Entrepreneurship & Administration                     40    Massage Therapy
     34    eSports Management                                            42    Occupational Health & Safety Management
     36    Financial Planning & Wealth Management                        44    Personal Support Worker
     38    Hospitality Management                                        45    Pharmacy Technician
     43    Office Administration - Executive                             49    Recreation Therapy
     51    Sports & Recreation Management                                53    Workplace Safety & Prevention

    Engineering & Sciences                                             Information Technology
      15   Applied Process Piping Design                                 26    Computer Software & Database Development
      24   Chemical Lab Technician                                       28    Cyber Infrastructure Specialist
      25   Chemical Production & Power Engineering
           Technology – Accelerated                                    School of Cool
      31   Electrical Power Distribution & Control Technician
                                                                          12   Advanced Photography
      32   Environmental Technician - Water & Wastewater
           Systems Operations                                             23   Canadian Culinary Operations
      35   Facilities & Property Management                              27    Culinary Management
      37   Heating Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Technician           30    eLearning Design & Training Development
      41   Millwright Mechanical Technician                              46    Photography

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Why Lambton College

Why Lambton
          Why Choose Lambton
          College in Sarnia?
              Work Experience
              Gain important Canadian work
              experience through a co-op or
              internship placement opportunity.

              Affordable
              Tuition for most two year programs
              is less than comparable colleges.
              Lots of scholarships available.

              Satisfied Graduates
              96% of graduates indicated that
              they would recommend Lambton
              College in Sarnia to a friend!

              World Class Labs
              Amazing hands on practice in world
              class facilities and labs.

              Quality of Life
              Beautiful city of Sarnia offers a safe
              and welcoming environment for
              international students. Earn while
              you learn with an abundance of
              suitable part time jobs.

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Our Graduates Shine

    Our Graduates             Lambton College graduates
                            exhibit the best skills and

            Shine           knowledge in the Province as
                            they enter the workforce.

      100%
       Employer
                           96%
                           Satisfied Choice of
                                                                                             88%  Graduate
       Satisfaction Rate   Study Destination                                                      Employment Rate

                            According to the latest Key Performance Indicator report, Lambton College has achieved the
                            highest Employer Satisfaction rate in Ontario with 100% of employers surveyed reporting they
                            were very satisfied with the performance of their new hires.

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Affordable Fees
                                                                                                                      and Facilities

                                                                                                               Fees & Facilities
                                          Affordable Fees
                                          & Facilities
                                          Lambton College is ideal for students who are
                                          looking for a globally competitive education
                                          which is set amongst a warm and welcoming
                                          community, at an effective price.

                                          Average Tuition Fees per Year

                                          Diploma Program        Graduate Certificate      Living Costs
                                          $15,500                $16,500                   $11,000

                                          The Sarnia campus alone is home to a number of key buildings,
                                          including the South Building, which acts as the hub of the college
                                          community; the Suncor Sustainability Centre; the Lambton
                                          College Residence and Event Centre, the Skilled Trades Training
                                          Centre, Athletics & Fitness Complex, Centre of Excellence in
                                          Energy & Bio-Industrial Technologies and the Nova Chemical
                                          Health & Research Centre.
                                          The college also hosts the Teaching and Learning Commons, a
                                          well-equipped and comprehensive library facility that is available
                                          to assist students in a variety of ways around research and other
                                          learning resources.

      The college’s main campus is
    in Sarnia, Ontario and is home
    to a huge range of facilities and
    specialist academic infrastructure.

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Our Students –
                                                                                                                                                                      Changing Everything

                                                                                      Enactus Lambton
                                                                                      Our Enactus students are inspired to improve the world through entrepreneurial actions
                                                                                      and have shown great promise by being named National Champions in 2018 and 2019
                                                                                      and winning the Silver Award in 2020. The team also captured the Enactus World Cup in
                                                                                      2018, with a second-place finish in 2019.
                                                                                      These titles, as well as a number of other prestigious awards, were earned with the
                                                                                      renowned One Seed Project that created a sustainable middle class in rural Zambia and
                                                                                      One Circle in partnership with First Nations communities across Canada to address
                                                                                      issues like business development, food stability, and clean water. Locally, they have
                                                                                      piloted the One Future Program and Community and Youth Empowerment Projects.

    Applied
    Research                                                                          20               First Nations from
                                                                                                       across Canada
                                                                                                       involved in One Circle
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                                                                                                                                                                National Titles
    at Lambton College
    Lambton College was the Silver recipient of the Applied Research and Innovation
    Award recognizing commitment and the impact of the College’s research activity
    on small and medium-sized enterprises, the local community, the Province, and
    the students enrolled in Lambton College programs.

                                                                                      $100K
    This was the sixth time Lambton College received a CICan Award of Excellence in
    the past five years, including two golds, one silver and a bronze:                                                              from RBC to support Community
                                                                                                                                    and Youth Empowerment projects
    Gold Recipient                #1 Rank                     Silver Recipient
    2019 Applied                  Canadian Research           2017 Applied
    Research & Innovation         College by Research         Research & Innovation
    Excellence Award              Infosource Inc. 2018        Excellence Award
                                                                                      Lambton College’s Enactus team is the
                                                                                      first Canadian college to ever win national
                                                                                      and global Enactus competitions.
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Our Programs

         Our
     Programs
      See all the programs we
      offer international students
      at our Sarnia campus.

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lambtoncollege.ca/APPS                                                                                                                          lambtoncollege.ca/PMLS                                                                                                             Programs

                                                                                                                                                  Advanced Project Management
Advanced Photography                                                                                                                              & Strategic Leadership
     2                               SEP
                                                                                                                                                     2                                              SEP             JAN             MAY

 Two-Year     Ontario College      September                                                                                                       Two-Year     Ontario College      Co-op       September        January           May
 Program    Graduate Certificate     Start                                                                                                         Program    Graduate Certificate                 Start           Start            Start

Today's successful photographers know more than just their cameras - they're ready to        Term 1                                               In the current business environment, professionals have much more responsibility.              Term 1
design, edit, market, connect, write and sell.                                               DPH-1403   Lighting Techniques I                     Today, they are leaders and managers. Indeed, one of the major challenges they face is         EPM-1113     Project Management: Overview and
                                                                                             DPH-1102   Digital Darkroom I                        managing complex projects that are critical to their business organizations.                                Context
The Lambton College Advanced Photography program is a two-year, Ontario College              DPH-1003   Digital Photography Techniques I                                                                                                         EPM-1123     Initiating the Project
graduate certificate program that provides students with the opportunity to expand their     DPH-1303   Design and Composition for Canadian       In the first year of the Advanced Project Management & Strategic Leadership program,           COM-3013     Professional Communications
skills to work as professionals in the ever-evolving field of photography. Student learn                Photographers                             students will gain skills in project management and business leadership. The program           EPM-1133     Identifying Project Requirements:
advanced photography and post-production skills, as well as, learn how to utilize drones     DPH-3353   Popular Culture for Canadian              includes all 10 project management knowledge areas based on the PMI® A Guide to                             Scope and Quality
for professional photographic images.                                                                   Photographers                             the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) - Sixth Edition, Project               EPM-1143     Project Resource Planning:
                                                                                             SCU-1603   FUNdamentals of Entrepreneurship          Management Institute, Inc., 2017.                                                                           Resource Management
Our students prepare for this fast-paced and expanding career using modern digital
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 EPM-1173     MS Project and Data Analysis
photographic equipment in a state-of-the-art photography studio. The program is laptop-      Term 2                                               During the second year of the program, studies go beyond the mechanics of the project
based and fully hybrid (a combination of both online and in-class learning), offering        DPH-1313   History of Art and Canadian Photography   and explore the dynamics of managing relationships. The scope of the third term                Term 2
students the benefits of flexible learning.                                                  DPH-2403   Lighting Techniques II                    includes stakeholder, client and executive relationship management, organizational             EPM-1163     Managing Project Uncertainty: Risk
                                                                                             DPH-3203   Digital Darkroom II                       culture and cultural pluralism and leading the project team in the project environment.                     and Procurement Management
In today's Canadian photography industry, entrepreneurial spirit along with                  DPH-2003   Digital Photography Techniques II                                                                                                        EPM-2173     Executing the Project
                                                                                                                                                  Lastly, in the full-time work term or applied project students gain experience in a project-
working with clients is paramount. As such, the curriculum covers a broad range of           DPH-2113   Portrait and Wedding Photography I                                                                                                       EPM-4213     Understanding People and
                                                                                                                                                  based work environment.
topics, including design and composition, digital darkroom, web and social media             DPH-4123   The Business of Photography in Canada                                                                                                                 Relationships
fundamentals and full, robust portfolio development. At the core of the program is           MKT-1103   Social Media Marketing                    This program requires students to purchase a mandatory eBook and courseware                    EPM-4333     Leadership and Strategy
our state-of-the art photography and video studio, equipped with strobe, video and                                                                fees. This fee will be applied to your student account in the first and second term.           EPM-2183     Project Leadership: Managing the
continuous light kits. Students work in this space both individually and as a group,         Term 3                                               This program requires students to bring their own technological devices. See device                         Project Team
using professional quality equipment.                                                        DPH-3403   Commercial Photography                    requirements.                                                                                  EPM-2193     Monitoring and Controlling Project
                                                                                             DPH-3113   Portrait and Wedding Photography II                                                                                                                   Requirements
                                                                                             DPH-3223   Photojournalism                                                                                                                          CPP-1001     Co-op Preparation
                                                                                             DPH-3102   Digital Darkroom III
Employment Opportunities                                                                     DPH-2703   Drone Photography                         Employment Opportunities                                                                       Term 3
Our graduates pursue a variety of employment opportunities as travel, sports, portrait,      ESA-3002   Video/Audio Production                    Project Management Professionals serve as strategic liaisons between the business              EPM-2113     Project Closures Introduction to
photojournalism, wedding and fashion photographers. They can also work in the areas                                                               and technological functions of an organization. Project managers integrate business                         Agile Methodologies
of photo manipulation or as restoration artists or multi-media professionals.                Term 4                                               processes and complex technologies while serving as consultants, designers, leaders            EPM-2103     Project Health and Change
                                                                                             CPL-5559   WIL Project                               and/or implementers of new solutions that assist an organization in achieving their                         Management
Careers exist in commercial, corporate, private or personal businesses.
                                                                                                                                                  business goals.                                                                                EPM-4343     Building Relationships
Graduates are encouraged to understand their niche and pursue it passionately.                                                                                                                                                                   EPM-1183     Professional Practice and Ethics
                                                                                                                                                  Employment opportunities may include: project manager, project control analyst,
Relocation should be considered depending on the career aspirations of graduates.                                                                                                                                                                EPM-2133     Agile - Scrum and Other
                                                                                                                                                  project analyst, business analyst, project schedule analyst, project control officer,                       Methodologies
                                                                                                                                                  project coordinator, director, and business systems analyst.                                   EPM-2123     Project Management Simulation
Admission Requirements                                                                                                                            For information about post-graduate work eligibility for international students, please
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Term 4
A college diploma or university degree.                                                                                                           review the Post-Graduate Work Permit Program information.                                      CPL-1049     Work Term - Full-Time*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 - OR -
IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 69                                                                                                                                                                                                                        CPL-5559     WIL Project
Tuition Fees                                                                                                                                      Admission Requirements
                                                                                                                                                  A college diploma or university degree.                                                        *In order to be eligible to participate in a full-time
TERM 1       $7,224.65                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Co-op Work Term (CPL-1049) students must have
TERM 2       $6,487.37                                                                                                                            IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 69                                                                      a GPA of 2.8 or greater.
TERM 3       $7,147.37
TERM 4       $2,000.00                                                                                                                            Tuition Fees                                                                                   Failing to do so will require the students to enroll
TOTAL        $22,859.39                                                                                                                           TERM 1       $9,147.87                                                                         in CPL-5559 WIL Project at an additional cost to
                                                                                                                                                  TERM 1       $8,281.79                                                                         the student.
** Tuition fees are estimated in Canadian dollars and subject to change each academic                                                             TERM 3       $9,011.79
year. For more information visit lambtoncollege.ca/international. Please visit the website                                                        TERM 4       $0.00
for more information on equipment requirements.                                                                                                   TOTAL        $26,441.45

                                                                                                                                                  ** Tuition fees are estimated in Canadian dollars and subject to change each academic
                                                                                                                                                  year. Fees do not include WIL Project fee for students not eligible for co-op. For more
                                                                                                                                                  information visit lambtoncollege.ca/international.

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lambtoncollege.ca/AGBS                                                                                                                             lambtoncollege.ca/APPD                                                                                                  Programs

Agri-Business Management                                                                                                                            Applied Process Piping Design
     2                               SEP
                                                                                                                                                       2                                 SEP

 Two-Year     Ontario College      September                                                                                                         Two-Year     Ontario College      September
 Program    Graduate Certificate     Start                                                                                                           Program    Graduate Certificate     Start

With an ever increasing need for agricultural business employment, the Lambton             Term 1                                                   The Applied Process Piping Design, Ontario Graduate Certificate program is                   Term 1
College Agri-Business Management, Ontario College Graduate Certificate program             COM-3012     Professional Communications                 designed to equip students with the specialized and highly practical skills involving        MEC-1302   Chemical Process Industries in
is designed for students who wish to enter a career in the agricultural sector at the      MKT-1143     Marketing Fundamentals                      the fundamentals of piping system components, specifications, regulations, and                          Canada
supervisory level, or to manage relationships in an agri-business environment typical of   AGO-1003     Canadian Agri-Business 		                   applications. This innovative curriculum will delve into the engineering of complex          MEC-1603   Instrumentation for Canadian
a sales or other agricultural services role.                                                            Fundamentals                                process facilities, including plant layout planning, piping equipment, design, and                      Chemical Process Industries
                                                                                           MEC-1502     Canadian Workplace Health and               related standards.                                                                           MEC-1502   Canadian Workplace Health and
In this multi-disciplined program, students utilize existing related education or                       Safety                                                                                                                                              Safety
experience to learn and apply a variety of skills to help operate and manage an            BUS-1234     Business Applications                       Students will assess the responsibilities of a piping designer, and determine specific       MEC-1723   Canadian Materials Codes and
agricultural business. Students develop a foundation of business skills, including         ACC-1093     Accounting Concepts I                       roles that are carried out in an entire piping design project. Additionally, students will              Standards
communications, accounting, human resources, relationship managing and marketing                                                                    have an opportunity to integrate piping design principles and industry codes that will       MEC-1913   Metrology for Canadian Chemical
strategies that apply to the Canadian agricultural industry of today. With the rapid       Term 2                                                   align with engineering practices through hands-on labs.                                                 Process Industries
                                                                                           MKT-3403     Selling                                                                                                                                  COM-3013   Professional Communications
adoption of agricultural technology, students study the impact of this technology on
                                                                                           MKT-1103     Social Media Marketing                      Successful graduates will be in high demand and may find employment as a member of
farm operations, as well as on other applications, from software to farm machinery.        AGO-2002     Agricultural Machinery and Farm                                                                                                          Term 2
                                                                                                                                                    an engineering team in various sectors including environmental, mineral mining, and
To round out the learning, students study environmental farm management to gain                         Safety                                      process and power facilities. Typical roles for graduates include Process Piping Designer,   MEC-1033 Engineering Drawing
a deeper understanding of the production of food, feed, and fuel as well as livestock      AGO-2012     Introduction to Canadian 		                 Piping Design Field Checker, Scheduler, Planner and Estimator.                               MEC-1103 Computer Aided Design I (AutoCAD)
physiology and health, pest control management and new and emerging agri-business                       Agricultural Law                                                                                                                         MEC-2203 Computer Aided Design II
                                                                                           AGO-2033     Introduction to Canadian Field                                                                                                                    (Microstation)
technology. This hands-on program will include a real-world course on farm machinery
                                                                                                        Crops                                                                                                                                    MEC-3044 Process Piping Drafting I
to provide a robust understanding on farm equipment operations and safety.                 FSQ-1013     Food Processing in Canada                                                                                                                IMT-1422 Plant Equipment
                                                                                                                                                    Employment Opportunities
                                                                                           CPP-1001     Co-op Preparation                           Graduates may be employed by research and development and quality control                    MEC-3203 Introduction to Piping Materials
                                                                                                                                                    laboratories, consulting engineering companies, in chemical, petrochemical,
                                                                                           Term 3                                                                                                                                                Term 3
Employment Opportunities                                                                                                                            pharmaceutical and a variety of other manufacturing and processing industries, and
                                                                                           AGO-3003 Canadian Greenhouse Production                                                                                                               MEC-5013 3D Plant Modeling I
Career positions may include, but are not limited to:                                      AGO-3013 Introduction to Canadian Livestock              by utilities, health, education, and government establishments. Career positions may         MEC-5023 3D Plant Modeling II
  • agricultural consultant                                                                         Operations                                      include, but are not limited to:                                                             MEC-3233 3D Plant modeling III
  • agricultural extension supervisor                                                      AGO-3033 Introductory Pest and Weed Control                 • Piping engineer                                                                         MEC-4104 Process Piping Drafting II
  • agricultural livestock specialist                                                               Management                                         • Process piping designer                                                                 MEC-4203 Pressure Vessel Drafting
  • agriculturist                                                                          AGO-3022 Farm Biosecurity in Canada                         • Piping design field checker                                                             MEC-3012 Fundamentals of Structural
  • agrologist                                                                             AGO-3053 Canadian Vegetable and Fruit                       • Mechanical designer                                                                              Analysis
  • agronomist                                                                                      Production Management                                                                                                                        MAN-2103 Project Management
  • crop specialist                                                                        SCU-1603 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Term 4
  • farm management consultant                                                             Term 4                                                   Admission Requirements                                                                       CPL-5559   WIL Project
                                                                                           AGO-4001 Farm Machinery Operation                        A college diploma or university degree in Engineering, Technology, or equivalent.
                                                                                           CPL-1049 Co-op Work Term
                                                                                                                                                    IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 69
Admission Requirements                                                                     - OR -
A college diploma or university degree in Business, Science, Agriculture, or equivalent.   CPL-5559 WIL Project                                     Tuition Fees
IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 69                                                                  *In order to be eligible to participate in a full-time   TERM 1       $8,293.40
                                                                                                                                                    TERM 2       $7,561.79
                                                                                           Co-op Work Term (CPL-1049) students must have
Tuition Fees                                                                                                                                        TERM 3       $8,221.79
                                                                                           a GPA of 2.8 or greater.
TERM 1       $8,841.52                                                                                                                              TERM 4       $2,000.00
TERM 2       $8,104.24                                                                     Failing to do so will require the students to enroll     TOTAL        $26,076.98
TERM 3       $8,841.52                                                                     in CPL-5559 WIL Project at an additional cost to
TERM 4       $0.00                                                                                                                                  ** Tuition fees are estimated in Canadian dollars and subject to change each academic
                                                                                           the student.
TOTAL        $25,787.28                                                                                                                             year. For more information visit lambtoncollege.ca/international.

** Tuition fees are estimated in Canadian dollars and subject to change each academic
year. Fees do not include WIL Project fee for students not eligible for co-op. For more
information visit lambtoncollege.ca/international.

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lambtoncollege.ca/BUSN                                                                                                                       lambtoncollege.ca/ACTG                                                                                                Programs

Business                                                                                                                                      Business - Accounting
     2                           SEP
                                                                                                                                                 2                             SEP

 Two-Year    Ontario College   September                                                                                                       Two-Year    Ontario College   September
 Program        Diploma          Start                                                                                                         Program        Diploma          Start

The two-year Business program is the best way for students to begin their business            Term 1                                          The two-year Business - Accounting program is the first step towards a career in the      Term 1
education. Students looking to work in a small, medium or large corporation, take over a      MTH-1223   Business Mathematics I               rewarding field of accounting. Students receive a well-rounded education in business      ACC-1004   Accounting Theory and Practice I
family-run business or start their own business, will find that this program offers all the   COM-1013   Critical Thinking and Writing        while studying all the important accounting and finance courses. Students will learn      BUS-1234   Computer Applications for Business
important foundational courses.                                                               BUS-1234   Computer Applications for Business   accounting theory and procedures, and use accounting software.                            COM-1013   Critical Thinking and Writing
                                                                                              MAN-1103   Human Resource Management                                                                                                      ECO-1123   Microeconomics
In the first year, students will be introduced to marketing, human resources, accounting,     MKT-1143   Marketing Fundamentals               This program provides access to important accounting credentials that can be beneficial   MTH-1223   Business Mathematics I
computer applications, global business principles and ethics. Important studies in            ACC-1004   Accounting Theory and Practice       to career development. Students interested in becoming a bookkeeper may transfer their    GED-XXX3   General Education Elective
business communications and mathematics round out the year. Second year will move             SDV-1001   College Orientation                  courses to the Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping.
into advanced business courses that all business organizations consider essential.                                                                                                                                                      Term 2
Social media marketing, organizational behaviour, business intelligence, business law,        Term 2                                          This program allows for maximum flexibility, students can transfer into the three-year    ACC-2004   Accounting Theory and Practice II
operations management and economics are just some of these courses.                           COM-2013 Communications for Business            Business Administration - Accounting program at any time. After Term 1, students          ACC-3403   Computerized Accounting Systems
                                                                                              MTH-2223 Business Mathematics II                can move directly into Term 2 of the two-year Business or the three-year Business         COM-2013   Communications for Business
                                                                                              PHL-1253 Ethical Leadership and Critical        Administration programs in Sarnia.                                                        ECO-1113   Macroeconomics
                                                                                                       Decision Making                                                                                                                  MTH-2223   Business Mathematics II
Employment Opportunities                                                                      BUS-1103 Global Business Principles             To develop your skills, you will also have access to Cube - Lambton College's             LAW-1003   Business Law
The solid grounding in business fundamentals and the focus on acquiring practical             JSS-1001 Job Search and Success                 entrepreneurship hub - and the ability to participate in Enactus - our award-winning
                                                                                              ACC-2004 Accounting Theory and Practice II      social entrepreneurship team.
skills has served our graduates well when it comes time to begin their careers. Previous                                                                                                                                                Term 3
                                                                                              GED-XXX3 General Education Elective
graduates have found employment at various levels in banking, retail, sales, sports                                                                                                                                                     ACC-3804   Intermediate Accounting I
management, supply chain management, and in media and promotion. Some graduates               Term 3                                                                                                                                    ACC-3204   Management Accounting I
have opted to participate in entrepreneurial opportunities.                                   STA-1103   Business Statistics                                                                                                            FIN-1203   Financial Management I
                                                                                                                                              Employment Opportunities
                                                                                              ECO-1123   Microeconomics                                                                                                                 STA-1103   Business Statistics
                                                                                                                                              Our graduates work in all sectors of business including banks and other financial
                                                                                              MKT-1103   Social Media Marketing                                                                                                         MAN-1163   Organizational Behaviour
                                                                                                                                              institutions, government and agencies, public accounting firms, small businesses, tax     GED-XXX3   General Education Elective
                                                                                              MAN-1163   Organizational Behaviour             preparation firms and financial planning firms. You may begin your career working in
Admission Requirements                                                                        MKT-3213   Business Intelligence I
O.S.S.D. or equivalent with:                                                                                                                  accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, cost accounting, general accounting,      Term 4
                                                                                              MKT-3113   Retailing
                                                                                                                                              credit and collections, inventory control, budget analysis, financial accounting,         ACC-4804   Intermediate Accounting II
  • Grade 12 English
                                                                                                                                              management accounting or tax preparation.                                                 ACC-4204   Management Accounting II
  • Grade 12 Mathematics                                                                      Term 4
                                                                                              LAW-1003 Business Law                                                                                                                     FIN-2203   Financial Management II
IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 69                                                                     MAN-1033 Operations Management                                                                                                            FIN-1114   Taxation I
                                                                                              GED-XXX3 General Education Elective                                                                                                       JSS-1001   Job Search and Success
Tuition Fees                                                                                                                                  Admission Requirements                                                                    GED-XXX3   General Education Elective
                                                                                              MKT-3353 Integrated Marketing
TERM 1      $7,224.65                                                                                                                         O.S.S.D. or equivalent with:
                                                                                                       Communication
TERM 2      $6,487.37                                                                         GED-XXX3 General Education Elective               • Grade 12 English
TERM 3      $7,147.37                                                                         ECO-1113 Macro-economics                          • Grade 12 Mathematics
TERM 4      $6,487.37
TOTAL       $27,346.76                                                                                                                        IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 69

** Tuition fees are estimated in Canadian dollars and subject to change each academic                                                         Tuition Fees
year. For more information visit lambtoncollege.ca/international.                                                                             TERM 1      $7,224.65
                                                                                                                                              TERM 2      $6,487.37
                                                                                                                                              TERM 3      $7,147.37
                                                                                                                                              TERM 4      $6,487.37
                                                                                                                                              TOTAL       $27,346.77

                                                                                                                                              ** Tuition fees are estimated in Canadian dollars and subject to change each academic
                                                                                                                                              year. For more information visit lambtoncollege.ca/international.

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lambtoncollege.ca/BACC                                                                                                                     lambtoncollege.ca/BGEN                                                                                                        Programs

Business Administration - Accounting                                                                                                        Business Administration - General
     3                                          SEP
                                                                                                                                               3                                              SEP

Three-Year    Ontario College   Co-op         September                                                                                      Two-Year    Ontario College     Co-op         September
 Program     Advanced Diploma                   Start                                                                                        Program    Advanced Diploma                     Start

Looking for a program that leads to a rewarding career, that challenges students to         Term 1                                          The three-year Business Administration program prepares graduates for a world of              Term 1
develop valuable critical thinking and analytical skills, and has an option for a simple    ACC-1004   Accounting Theory and Practice I     business and educational opportunities. For those looking to work for a small, medium         MTH-1223   Business Mathematics I
pathway to a university degree – then the three-year Business Administration –              BUS-1234   Computer Applications for Business   or large organization, start their own business, or continue their education at university,   COM-1013   Critical Thinking and Writing
Accounting program is definitely the right fit! This program can lead to various pathways   COM-1013   Critical Thinking and Writing        the Business Administration programs is the right program for you. This three-year            BUS-1234   Computer Applications for Business
to professional accounting credentials that can be beneficial to career development.        ECO-1123   Microeconomics                       program has been developed specifically for students to personalize their program             MAN-1103   Human Resource Management
                                                                                            MTH-1223   Business Mathematics I               of study to suit their abilities and interests and put them in the best possible light for    MKT-1143   Marketing Fundamentals
Students in this program will receive a well-rounded and thorough education in              GED-XXX3   General Education Elective           employment.                                                                                   ACC-1004   Accounting Theory and Practice I
important aspects of business such as human resources, law, and marketing. There will                                                                                                                                                     - OR -
be a focus on developing strong communication, planning, teamwork, and analytical           Term 2                                          During the first year, students will participate in an active learning environment and        ACC-1093   Accounting Concepts I
skills while studying all of the important accounting and finance courses. Students will    ACC-2004   Accounting Theory and Practice II    be exposed to a curriculum that builds a solid knowledge base of the major areas of
apply their skills and develop an understanding of accounting theory and procedures,        ACC-3403   Computerized Accounting Systems      business. This lays a foundation for the areas of concentration and for the development       Term 2
                                                                                            COM-2013   Communications for Business                                                                                                        MTH-2223   Business Mathematics II
taxation, finance, and the use of accounting software. Because real-world experiences                                                       of teamwork, leadership, and research skills. Students may participate in an optional
                                                                                            ECO-1113   Macroeconomics                                                                                                                     COM-2013   Communications for Business
are so important, students are given the option to participate in Term 5 in a co-op work    MTH-2223   Business Mathematics II              co-op work term that would reinforce the curriculum with hands-on work experience.            PHL-1253   Ethical Leadership and Critical
experience. This provides exposure to a business environment and could provide              LAW-1003   Business Law                                                                                                                                  Decision Making
valuable work experience in the accounting field.                                                                                           Areas of Concentration
                                                                                                                                            After a foundational year of essential business courses, students may choose one or two       BUS-1103   Global Business Principles
                                                                                            Term 3                                                                                                                                        ACC-2004   Accounting Theory and Practice II
To develop your skills, you will also have access to Cube - Lambton College's               ACC-3804   Intermediate Accounting I            areas of concentration in Marketing or Entrepreneurship or Human Resources. There are
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          - OR -
entrepreneurship hub - and the ability to participate in Enactus - our award-winning        ACC-3204   Management Accounting I              eight business option courses and by selecting four courses from one category, an area of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ACC-2104   Accounting Concepts II
social entrepreneurship team.                                                               FIN-1203   Financial Management I               concentration will be achieved.                                                               JSS-1001   Job Search and Success
                                                                                            GED-XXX3   General Education Elective
                                                                                            STA-1103   Business Statistics                                                                                                                Term 3
Employment Opportunities                                                                    MAN-1163   Organizational Behaviour             Employment Opportunities                                                                      STA-1103   Business Statistics
Our graduates have the skills to begin careers in accounting from entry to middle-level                                                     Depending on your unique skills and chosen area of concentration, you can expect to           ECO-1123   Microeconomics
management. Accountants are needed in all business sectors – public and private.            Term 4                                          enter a broad range of employment roles, from entry-level management to positions             MKT-1103   Social Media Marketing
These could include government and agencies, public accounting firms, small and             ACC-4804   Intermediate Accounting II                                                                                                         MAN-1163   Organizational Behaviour
                                                                                                                                            of greater responsibility. Our graduates can be found in marketing management
large manufacturers, retailers, service providers, banks and financial institutions,        ACC-4204   Management Accounting II                                                                                                           MKT-3213   Business Intelligence I
                                                                                                                                            and strategic planning, marketing research, media and promotion, retailing, sales,
tax preparation firms and financial planners. You may begin your career working             FIN-2203   Financial Management II                                                                                                            BUS OPT    Business Option - Select 1
                                                                                            FIN-1114   Taxation I                           supply chain management, recruitment, training and development, labour relations,
in accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, corporate accounting, general                                                            compensation, and pension and benefits. Some graduates have opted to become
accounting, credit and collections, inventory control, budget analysis, financial
                                                                                            GED-XXX3   General Education Elective                                                                                                         Term 4
                                                                                            JSS-1001   Job Search and Success               entrepreneurs and follow their dreams by developing their own businesses.                     LAW-1003 Business Law
accounting, management accounting, or financial and tax analysis. Some graduates
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ECO-1113 Macroeconomics
have opted to participate in entrepreneurial opportunities.                                 Term 5                                                                                                                                        MAN-1033 Operations Management
                                                                                            CPL-1049   Co-op Work Term (optional)           Admission Requirements                                                                        MKT-4213 Business Intelligence II
                                                                                                                                            O.S.S.D. or equivalent with:                                                                  MKT-3353 Integrated Marketing
Admission Requirements                                                                      Term 6                                                                                                                                                 Communications
O.S.S.D. or equivalent with:                                                                BUS-5503   Entrepreneurship I                     • Grade 12 English
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          GED-XXX3 General Education Elective
  • Grade 12 English                                                                        MKT-1103   Social Media Marketing                 • Grade 12 Mathematics.
  • Grade 12 Mathematics                                                                    MKT-1143   Marketing Fundamentals                                                                                                             Term 5
                                                                                            MAN-1103   Human Resource Management            IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 69
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          CPL-1049   Co-op Work Term (optional)
IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 69                                                                   FIN-2113   Taxation II
                                                                                                                                            Tuition Fees
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Term 6
Tuition Fees                                                                                Term 7                                          TERM 1      $7,338.09                                                                         BUS-5503   Entrepreneurship I
TERM 1       $7,338.09                                                                      BUS-6503 Entrepreneurship II                    TERM 2      $6,600.81                                                                         FIN-1013   Financial Analysis and Budgeting
TERM 2       $6,600.81                                                                      ACC-3503 Management Information Systems         TERM 3      $7,260.81                                                                         - OR -
TERM 3       $7,260.81                                                                      PHL-1253 Ethical Leadership and Critical        TERM 4      $6,600.81                                                                         FIN-1203   Financial Management I
TERM 4       $6,600.81                                                                               Decision Making                        TERM 5      $0.00                                                                             GED-XXX3   General Education Elective
                                                                                            BUS-1103 Global Business Principles             TERM 6      $7,260.81                                                                         BUS OPT    Business Options - Select 3
TERM 5       $0.00
                                                                                            MAN-1033 Operations Management                  TERM 7      $6,600.81
TERM 6       $7,260.81                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Term 7
TERM 7       $6,600.81                                                                                                                      TOTAL       $41,662.14
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          BUS-6503   Entrepreneurship II
TOTAL        $41,662.16                                                                                                                     ** Tuition fees are estimated in Canadian dollars and subject to change each academic         FIN-2203   Financial Management II (optional)
** Tuition fees are estimated in Canadian dollars and subject to change each academic                                                       year. For more information visit lambtoncollege.ca/international.                             GED-XXX3   General Education Elective
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          BUS OPT    Business Options - Select 4
year. For more information visit lambtoncollege.ca/international.

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lambtoncollege.ca/BMAN                                                                                                                           lambtoncollege.ca/BMHR                                                                                                          Programs

                                                                                                                                                   Business Management -
Business Management                                                                                                                                Human Resources
     2                                          SEP             JAN            MAY
                                                                                                                                                      2                                             SEP             JAN

 Two-Year     Ontario College      Co-op      September       January          May                                                                  Two-Year     Ontario College      Co-op      September        January
 Program    Graduate Certificate                Start          Start           Start                                                                Program    Graduate Certificate                Start           Start

Looking for a well-rounded education focused on effective business management? The        Term 1                                                   Are you looking for a program that will enhance your college diploma or university          Term 1
Business Management program is designed for university and college graduates who          MAN-1103     Human Resource Management                   degree by developing strong practical business skills?                                      MAN-1103     Human Resource Management
are eager to expand their management knowledge and skills. Using a student-centred,       MKT - 6113   Applications of Marketing Concepts                                                                                                      ACC-1093     Accounting Concepts I
practical approach to learning, students work with professors with real world business    ACC-1093     Accounting Concepts I                       The dynamic field of Human Resources is critical in today's competitive environment.        MKT-6113     Applications of Marketing Concepts
experience to develop the tools needed for success in a Canadian or international         COM-3013     Professional Communications                 Companies now recognize that strong management of their human resources provides            ECO-1503     Principles of Economics
business environment.                                                                     ECO-1503     Principals of Economics                     a competitive advantage and leads to organizational success. This program is designed       BUS-1234     Computer Applications for Business
                                                                                          BUS-1234     Computer Applications for Business          to provide university and college graduates with essential business skills and a strong     COM-3013     Professional Communications
The curriculum has a broad focus designed to develop the fundamental skills necessary                                                              foundation in Human Resources. Students also complete a four-month full-time
to manage human, physical and financial resources in order to meet the strategic goals    Term 2                                                   work term gaining valuable work experience and insight into the Human Resources             Term 2
of an organization. Students will learn the essential aspects of business including       ADR-1003     Alternative Dispute Resolution              profession.                                                                                 POD-2004     Total Rewards
marketing, sales, accounting, finance, human resources management and business            ACC-3403     Computerized Accounting Systems                                                                                                         POD-2103     Talent Acquisition
                                                                                          BUS-1103     Global Business Principles                  In the first term, students complete courses that provide them with the necessary           POD-2204     Learning and Development
communications. Through hands-on learning approaches, students will graduate with
                                                                                          MKT-3353     Integrated Marketing 		                     knowledge of all the major business disciplines including marketing, accounting and         HRM-3103     Employment Law
the communication skills, confidence and independent learning abilities needed to be                   Communications                                                                                                                          MAN-6043     Leadership in Change Management
successful in today's business world.                                                                                                              technology. In subsequent terms, students complete all of the courses necessary to write
                                                                                          MKT-3403     Selling                                     the Comprehensive Knowledge Exam which is required to obtain the Certified Human            POD-2403     Workforce Management
The work term that concludes the program provides students with the opportunity to        LAW-1003     Business Law                                Resources Professional (CHRP) designation hrpa.ca at an additional fee.                     CPP-1001     Co-op Preparation
gain valuable work experience that will assist them in finding permanent employment       CPP-1001     Co-op Preparation
                                                                                                                                                   The program provides students with exposure to all areas of the Human Resources             Term 3
after graduation.                                                                         Term 3                                                                                                                                               FIN-1013     Financial Analysis & Budgeting
                                                                                                                                                   field. Students benefit from small class sizes, hands-on active learning and faculty with
To develop your skills, you will also have access to Cube - Lambton College's             FIN-1013     Financial Analysis and Budgeting            diverse experience in all facets of Human Resources. Partnership with the local chapter     MAN-1163     Organizational Behaviour
                                                                                          MAN-1163     Organizational Behaviour                                                                                                                ACC-3154     Accounting and Finance
entrepreneurship hub - and the ability to participate in Enactus - our award-winning                                                               of the Human Resources Professional Association gives students an opportunity to
                                                                                          MKT-3103     Consumer Behaviour                                                                                                                      HRM-3603     Human Resource Planning
social entrepreneurship team.                                                             MAN-6043     Leadership in Change Management             develop their networking skills and learn about working in the profession.                  OHS-1023     Occupational Health and Safety
                                                                                          MKT-3113     Retailing                                                                                                                               POD-3103     Labour Relations Practicum
                                                                                          MKT-3213     Business Intelligence I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Term 4
Employment Opportunities                                                                  Term 4                                                   Employment Opportunities                                                                    CPL-1049     Work Term - Full-Time
Graduates will be prepared to work in numerous business sectors, from entry-level         CPL-1049     Co-op Work Term - Full-Time*                Program graduates can work in a broad range of domestic and international employment        - OR -
work to movement into management. Depending on the unique qualifications of the                                                                    roles, including recruiters, compensation analysts, pension and benefits assistants,        CPL-5559     WIL Project
                                                                                          *In order to be eligible to participate in a full-time   health and safety assistants, employment equity officers, training and development
graduates, these could include employment in Canadian and international locations in      Co-op Work Term (CPL-1049) students must have
the areas of manufacturing, market research, retail, logistics, banking, insurance, and                                                            assistants, labour relations assistants and other entry-level positions in the human        *In order to be eligible to participate in a full-time
                                                                                          a GPA of 2.8 or greater.                                 resources field.                                                                            Co-op Work Term (CPL-1049) students must have
sales. Some graduates may opt to become entrepreneurs and develop their own business.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               a GPA of 2.8 or greater.
                                                                                          Failing to do so will require the students to enroll
                                                                                          in CPL-5559 WIL Project at an additional cost to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Failing to do so will require the students to enroll
                                                                                          the student.                                             Admission Requirements                                                                      in CPL-5559 WIL Project at an additional cost to
Admission Requirements                                                                                                                             A college diploma or university degree.                                                     the student.
A college diploma or university degree.
                                                                                                                                                   IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 69
IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 69
                                                                                                                                                   Tuition Fees
Tuition Fees                                                                                                                                       TERM 1       $7,394.81
TERM 1       $7,394.81                                                                                                                             TERM 2       $6,657.53
TERM 2       $6,657.56                                                                                                                             TERM 3       $7,317.53
TERM 3       $7,317.53                                                                                                                             TERM 4       $0.00
TERM 4       $0.00                                                                                                                                 TOTAL        $21,369.87
TOTAL        $21,369.90
                                                                                                                                                   ** Tuition fees are estimated in Canadian dollars and subject to change each academic
** Tuition fees are estimated in Canadian dollars and subject to change each academic                                                              year. Fees do not include WIL Project fee for students not eligible for co-op. For more
year. Fees do not include WIL Project fee for students not eligible for co-op. For more                                                            information visit lambtoncollege.ca/international.
information visit lambtoncollege.ca/international.

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lambtoncollege.ca/BMIB                                                                                                                            lambtoncollege.ca/CCOS                                                                                                     Programs

Business Management -
International Business                                                                                                                             Canadian Culinary Operations
     2                                          SEP             JAN            MAY
                                                                                                                                                      2                                              SEP

 Two-Year     Ontario College      Co-op      September        January         May                                                                  Two-Year     Ontario College      Co-op       September
 Program    Graduate Certificate                Start           Start          Start                                                                Program    Graduate Certificate                 Start

Enhance your employability skills for a successful career in global business. The         Term 1                                                   The Lambton College Canadian Culinary Operations, Ontario College Graduate                     Term 1
Business Management – International Business Ontario Graduate Certificate program         MAN-1103     Human Resource Management                   Certificate is a two-year program that introduces students to the traditional as well as the   CLN-1181   Safety and Sanitation
is designed to prepare university and college graduates for a rewarding career in         ACC-1093     Accounting Concepts I                       unique practices of Canadian-inspired culinary dishes. Students experience all facets of       CLN-1194   Applied Culinary Techniques
international business management. In addition to building management skills,             MKT - 6113   Applications of Marketing Concepts          the Canadian food industry where trends and dining culture are constantly evolving.            CLN-1091   Basic Baking Concepts
students will develop the competencies to investigate, analyze and manage domestic        ECO-1503     Principles of Economics                                                                                                                    CLN-1143   Bakeshop Applications
and international business activities, in order to successfully conduct business on a     BUS-1234     Computer Applications for Business          Program curriculum reflects the demanding knowledge and skills required of a                   CLN-2502   Successful Food Service Operations
global scale.                                                                             COM-3013     English Essentials                          successful culinary professional who must constantly adapt to all Canadian industry                       in Canada
                                                                                                                                                   standards regardless of the enterprise. Faculty are committed to sharing with students         CLN-1703   Canadian Food Fundamentals and
Curriculum emphasizes international sales and marketing, trade, research, supply chain    Term 2                                                   the importance of sustainable practices as it applies to purchasing and preparing                         Principles
management, law and project management in a Canadian business setting. Activities,        FIN-1013     Financial Analysis and Budgeting            local foods in various Canadian environments. Specific courses on applied nutrition,           CLN-1504   Canadian Cafe Creations
projects and case studies are used to simulate a work environment and prepare students    MAN-6043     Leadership in Change Management             geographical gastronomy and the science of food and beverage reflect changing                  CLN-1383   Restaurant Career Management in
                                                                                          INT-1113     Feasibility of International Trade                                                                                                                    Canada
with the practical experience to be successful in their careers upon graduation.                                                                   consumer tastes.
                                                                                          INT-1123     Global Value Chain
The work term that concludes the program provides students with the opportunity to        INT-3153     International Sales and Marketing           The program emphasizes the importance of operating a fiscally responsible food                 Term 2
gain valuable work experience that will assist them in finding permanent employment       CFF-2013     International Transportation and            business through the application of business principles and costing and control                CLN-2613   Elements of Nutrition
after graduation.                                                                                      Trade (ITT)                                 practices. Technology and mobile applications are integrated into business operations          CLN-2374   Nutritional Menu Modifications
                                                                                          CPP-1001     Co-op Preparation                           with emphasis on the development of marketing and promotional strategies. Students             CLN-2194   Bistro 2.0
Upon graduation, students will have met the academic requirements for application                                                                                                                                                                 CLN-2343   Management by Menu
                                                                                          Term 3                                                   work in accordance with relevant industry, organization and legal standards and
to the Certified International Trade Professional (CITP) designation and be prepared to                                                                                                                                                           HCL-1204   Leadership Development
                                                                                          MAN-1163     Organizational Behaviour                    regulations, as well as Canadian industry best practices for health, safety, sanitation,                  Management
write the Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association (CIFFA) exams.                                                                     quality assurance and customer service.
                                                                                          INT-3133     International Market Entry                                                                                                                 CLN-3304   Geographical Gastronomy
                                                                                                       Strategies                                                                                                                                 CPP-1001   Co-op Preparation
                                                                                          INT-3143     Development of Products and                 The professional focus and high standards of the Canadian Culinary Operations program
Employment Opportunities                                                                               Services for an International Market        serves graduates well when it comes time to begin their careers. Program graduates             Term 3
Graduates can work in a broad range of domestic and international employment sectors      FIN-3163     International Trade Finance                 may perform effectively as members of food and beverage service teams in Canadian              CLN-2214   Gardé Manger - Charcuterie
including, manufacturing, market research, education, retail, insurance, freight          CFF-3023     Introduction to Freight Forwarding          establishments. They are prepared for employment opportunities in a range of settings                     Practical
forwarding, brokerage houses, banks, financial institutions, consulting firms and         INT-4202     Field Study Project                         including: restaurants, bakeries, hotels, spas, motels, resorts, cruise ships, hospitals,      CLN-3203   Sustainable Agriculture
international business.                                                                                                                            industrial kitchens, long-term care institutions, and catering companies. Some                 CLN-3124   Chef's Table
                                                                                          Term 4                                                   graduates may find fulfillment in entrepreneurial opportunities.                               MKT-1103   Social Media Marketing
                                                                                          CPL-1049     Work Term - Full-Time*                                                                                                                     CLN-3402   Science of Food and Beverage
                                                                                          - OR -                                                                                                                                                  CLN-3504   Advanced Baking and Cake Design
Admission Requirements                                                                    CPL-5559     Applied Project
A college diploma or university degree.                                                                                                            Employment Opportunities                                                                       Term 4
                                                                                          *In order to be eligible to participate in a full-time   The professional focus and high standards of the Canadian Culinary Operations, Ontario         CPL-1049   Co-op
IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 69                                                                 Co-op Work Term (CPL-1049) students must have            College Graduate Certificate will serve graduates well when it comes time to begin their
                                                                                          a GPA of 2.8 or greater.                                 careers. Program graduates may perform effectively as members of food and beverage
Tuition Fees                                                                                                                                       service teams. They are prepared for employment opportunities in a range of settings
TERM 1       $7,394.81                                                                    Failing to do so will require the students to enroll
                                                                                          in CPL-5559 WIL Project at an additional cost to         including: restaurants, bakeries, hotels, spas, motels, resorts, cruise ships, hospitals,
TERM 2       $6,657.53                                                                                                                             industrial kitchens, long-term care institutions, and catering companies. Some
                                                                                          the student.
TERM 3       $7,317.53                                                                                                                             graduates will find fulfillment in entrepreneurial opportunities.
TERM 4       $0.00
TOTAL        $21,369.87

** Tuition fees are estimated in Canadian dollars and subject to change each academic                                                              Admission Requirements
                                                                                                                                                   A college diploma or university degree.
year. Fees do not include WIL Project fee for students not eligible for co-op. For more
information visit lambtoncollege.ca/international.                                                                                                 IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 69

                                                                                                                                                   Tuition Fees
                                                                                                                                                   TERM 1       $7,890.65
                                                                                                                                                   TERM 2       $7,153.37
                                                                                                                                                   TERM 3       $7,153.37
                                                                                                                                                   TERM 4       $660.00
                                                                                                                                                   TOTAL        $22,197.39

                                                                                                                                                   ** Tuition fees are estimated in Canadian dollars and subject to change each academic
                                                                                                                                                   year. For more information visit lambtoncollege.ca/international.

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lambtoncollege.ca/CLAB                                                                                                                     lambtoncollege.ca/CPEX                                                                                                      Programs

                                                                                                                                            Chemical Production & Power
Chemical Lab Technician                                                                                                                     Engineering Technology - Accelerated
     2                           SEP
                                                                                                                                               3                              SEP

 Two-Year    Ontario College   September                                                                                                     Two-Year    Ontario College   September
 Program        Diploma          Start                                                                                                       Program    Advanced Diploma     Start

Laboratory technologists are critical in many growing industries such as chemical            Term 1                                         The Accelerated Chemical Production & Power Engineering Technology program has been            Term 1
products and materials, petroleum refineries, food processing, breweries, distilleries,      CHM-1106   General Chemistry I                 designed for graduates with a B.Sc. (Chemistry) or equivalent.                                 ICS-6505   Process Stream Analysis
pharmaceutical manufacturing and development, natural health products and the new            MTH-1904   Mathematics for Technology I                                                                                                       OES-1013   Operating Engineering Studies
                                                                                             CHM-1702   Analytical Techniques               Students will study core courses taught in the Chemical Production & Power Engineering         OES-2123   Operating Engineering Calculations I
cannabis sector.                                                                                                                            Technology program and the principles underlying the complex technologies used in
                                                                                             COM-1013   Critical Thinking and Writing                                                                                                      ELE-1055   Electric Circuits
New Exciting Opportunities in Chemical Laboratory Technology: Picture yourself in            JSS-1001   Job Search and Success              today’s processing industries.                                                                 BIO-4614   Introduction to Biofuels and Bio-
the exciting and exploding career of cannabis, ginseng and other natural health products.    GED-XXX3   General Education Elective          Students enrolled in this program will train in Lambton College’s newly renovated Centre                  Based Chemicals
Part of a team making differences for people every day and in the future. Picture yourself                                                  of Excellence in Energy & Bio-Industrial Technologies which contains complex lab and           JSS-1001   Job Search and Success
as part of a team developing sustainable energy, bio-sourced plastics and composites,        Term 2
                                                                                                                                            pilot plant facilities. The Centre duplicates a real-life manufacturing environment and the
building a greener future for your children.                                                 CHM-2106   General Chemistry I                                                                                                                Term 2
                                                                                                                                            technologies developed can easily be scaled-up and transferred to an actual operating unit.
                                                                                             MTH-2904   Mathematics for Technology II                                                                                                      OES-2115   Operating Engineering Studies -
There are scientists required to analyze these technologies and conduct research to bring                                                   The Centre offers state-of-practice technology laboratories and infrastructure to support
                                                                                             CHM-2702   Analytical Techniques                                                                                                                         Boilers
products to market. Lambton College's Chemical Laboratory Technology program will            COM-2043   Communications for Technology       learning and research in next-generation technologies in collaboration with industry.          OES-3113   Refrigeration Theory and Systems I
prepare you to work in these and other industries in a unique hands on way.                  BIO-2306   Biochemistry                        Students also have the benefit of participatory projects that emphasize teamwork,              ICS-3414   Process Instrumentation for Plant
                                                                                             OHS-2012   Health and Safety for Industrial    communication, interpersonal and problem-solving skills. This program has certain                         Operations I
Unique Learning Opportunities: This program is a truly unique offering in the Ontario                   Processes                                                                                                                          OES-4304   Mechanical Practices for Operating
                                                                                                                                            physical requirements.
College System. The Chemical Laboratory Technology program builds on the curriculum                                                                                                                                                                   Engineers
of the Chemical Laboratory Technician, however does so by an entire term where students      Term 3                                         The program prepares students to write the 4A and 4B TSSA 4th Class Operating Engineers        OHS-2012   Health and Safety for Industrial
meet their learning outcomes by solving real world problems doing real world research.       CHM-3106 General Chemistry III                 Certification exams. This is an industry accepted certification that can lead graduates to a              Processes
This unique project based hands-on curriculum in program's final year focuses on the         STA-1903 Statistics for Technology             variety of career opportunities. Upon successful completion of the first two academic terms,   OES-3033   Operating Engineering Studies -
areas of natural health products, including ginseng and cannabis, but also the chemistry     CHM-3706 Analytical - Physical and 		          students can apply to the TSSA to receive a nine-month practical steam time reduction                     HVAC
of building environmentally sustainable solutions in bio-materials and energy.                        Spectrometry Methods                  towards their 4th Class Operating Engineers Certificate. TSSA registration eligibility         OES-3124   Operating Engineering Studies -
                                                                                             CHM-2812 Introduction to Industrial Chemical   requirements and fees are controlled by the TSSA and are in addition to the CPEX program                  Equipment
                                                                                                      Processes                             requirements and fees.
Employment Opportunities                                                                     GED-XXX3 General Education Elective                                                                                                           Co-op      Term 1 Option 1
                                                                                                                                            The Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT)        CPL-1069   Co-op Work Term (May - August)
Graduates may find employment as chemical laboratory technologists in a range of             Term 4                                         recognizes this program as meeting all the academic requirements for certifications in the
settings including, research laboratories, government agencies, educational institutions     BIO-4306 Biotechnology                         Certified Engineering Technology (CET) category.                                               Term 3
and technical sales, and in industries such as pharmaceutical and bio-technology,            CHM-4903 Quality Assurance and Control
                                                                                                                                            Please Note: In order to receive steam time reduction, the TSSA requires all core courses to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           BIO-5713   Production of Biofuels and Bio-based
cosmetics and consumer health products, petroleum, mining, water and wastewater,             CHM-4706 Analytical - Separation and Imaging                                                                                                             Chemicals
solid waste, environmental protection, energy and food science.                                       Methods                               be taken on-ground. Online courses are not eligible.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           OES-5814   Chemical Engineering Operations
                                                                                             ENV-6114 Environmental Management                                                                                                                        and Calculations I
Career positions may include, but are not limited to: analytical technician, bio-            GED-XXX3 General Education Elective                                                                                                           ICS-5315   Process Control Systems
chemistry technician, biological lab technician, chemical analyst or lab technician,                                                        Employment Opportunities                                                                       OES-4015   Operating Engineering Studies -
formulation technician, pilot plant technician, quality control technician, validation                                                      Our graduates work in various industries as operating engineers and process operators.                    Electrical
and documentation technician, laboratory services following ISO 17025 standards.                                                            Industries include refining and chemical process, power generation, steel production,          OES-4114   Piping and Mechanical Systems
                                                                                                                                            pulp and paper, food processing, and other industrial operating or manufacturing               OES-4414   Advanced Process Operations I
                                                                                                                                            industries. Upon completion of the program and necessary work experience, graduates
Admission Requirements                                                                                                                      may have the opportunity to move into positions including, but not limited to, unit            Term 4
O.S.S.D. or equivalent with:                                                                                                                supervision and shutdown planning.                                                             OES-6844 Chemical Engineering Operations
  • Grade 12 English                                                                                                                                                                                                                                and Calculations II
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           OES-5016 Advanced Process Operations II
  • Grade 12 Mathematics
                                                                                                                                            Admission Requirements                                                                         OES-6015 Advanced Process Operations III
  • Grade 12 Chemistry                                                                                                                      A college diploma or university degree in Engineering, Science, or Chemistry.                  ICS-6316 Advanced Control Applications
  • Grade 12 Biology (recommended)                                                                                                                                                                                                         ENV-6114 Environmental Management
                                                                                                                                            IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 69                                                                      CAP-6004 Capstone Project
IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 69
                                                                                                                                            Tuition Fees
Tuition Fees                                                                                                                                TERM 1      $8,747.41                                                                          Co-op      Term 2 Option 2
TERM 1      $7,224.65                                                                                                                       TERM 2      $8,010.12                                                                          CPL-1049   Co-op Work Term (May - August)
TERM 2      $6,487.37                                                                                                                       TERM 3      $0.00                                                                              - OR -
TERM 3      $7,147.37                                                                                                                       TERM 4      $8,670.13                                                                          CPL-1069   Co-op Work Term (May - December
                                                                                                                                            TERM 5      $8,010.13
TERM 4      $6,487.37                                                                                                                       TERM 6      $0.00
TOTAL       $27,346.76
                                                                                                                                            TOTAL       $33,437.79
** Tuition fees are estimated in Canadian dollars and subject to change each academic
year. For more information visit lambtoncollege.ca/international.                                                                           ** Tuition fees are estimated in Canadian dollars and subject to change each academic
                                                                                                                                            year. For more information visit lambtoncollege.ca/international.

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lambtoncollege.ca/CSAC                                                                                                                              lambtoncollege.ca/CULX                                                                                                 Programs

Computer Software
& Database Development                                                                                                                               Culinary Management
     2                                          SEP             JAN                                                                                                                                   SEP

 Two-Year     Ontario College      Co-op     September        January                                                                                 12-Month    Ontario College   Placement      September
 Program    Graduate Certificate               Start           Start                                                                                   Program       Diploma                         Start

The Computer Software & Database Development Ontario College Graduate Certificate           Term 1                                                   Turn a passion into an exciting career with the Culinary Management diploma from           Term 1
Program offers students the opportunity to study the most current trends in website         CSD-1113     Web Technologies I                          Lambton College. Learn from journeyperson chefs with years of experience in a variety      CLN-1181   Safety and Sanitation
development, computer programming, database, project management and mobile                  CSD-1133     Problem Solving/Problem Logic               of food service operations.                                                                CLN-1194   Applied Culinary Techniques
development. This intensive, two-year program concludes with a work term for eligible       CSD-1233     Python Programming                                                                                                                     CLN-1091   Basic Baking Concepts
                                                                                            CSD-2206     Database Design and SQL                     This 12-month, fast-track program prepares students for the dynamic and growing            CLN-1143   Bakeshop Applications
students.
                                                                                            CSD-XXX3     Introduction to Project Management          food industry as a chef or culinary manager. Students will experience all facets of the    CLN-1603   Food Fundamentals and Principles
Web technology topics include HTML5, CSS5, JavaScript, AJAX, JSON, and NodeJS.              COM-3013     Communications for I.T.                     food industry where food trends and dining culture are constantly evolving. Program        CLN-1304   Cafe Creations
Students work with server-side programming languages including Microsoft C#.NET,                                                                     curriculum reflects the demanding knowledge and skills required of a successful chef       CLN-1283   Restaurant Career Management
Python and Java. In the database components, students perform all aspects of database       Term 2                                                   who must constantly adapt to all industry standards regardless of the enterprise.          CLN-2402   Successful Foodservice Operation
design and work with SQL/NOSQL on several database management systems (DBMS).               CSD-2214     Web Technologies II                                                                                                                    GED-XXX3   General Education Elective
                                                                                            CSD-2354     Programming C#.NET                          Faculty are committed to sharing with students the importance of sustainable practices
Students demonstrate their knowledge and skills by developing solutions to real world
                                                                                            CSD-3464     Programming Java SE                         as it applies to purchasing and preparing local foods. New courses on applied nutrition,   Term 2
three tier (client, server, database) problems.
                                                                                            CSD-3444     Emerging Technologies                       geographical gastronomy and the science of food and beverage reflect changing              CLN-2613   Elements of Nutrition
Major coursework is assigned as term projects that span entire terms allowing students      CPP-1001     Co-op Preparation                           consumer tastes.                                                                           CLN-2374   Nutritional Menu Modifications
to actively engage in the evaluation, design, and implementation of real world software                                                                                                                                                         CLN-2194   Bistro 2.0
                                                                                            Term 3                                                   The program emphasizes the importance of operating a fiscally responsible food             CLN-2343   Management by Menu
applications. As a result, students develop deep content knowledge as well as critical      CSD-3313     Web Technologies III                        business through the application of business principles and costing and control
thinking, collaboration, creativity and communications skills.                                                                                                                                                                                  CLN-2504   Field Placement
                                                                                            CSD-3354     Web Applications Using C#.NET               practices. Technology and mobile applications are integrated into business operations      CLN-3304   Geographical Gastronomy
The widespread use of computer technology in all industries, from manufacturing,            CSD-4464     Programming Java EE                         with emphasis on the development of marketing and promotional strategies.                  GED-XXX3   General Education Elective
transportation, construction, education, health and financial institutions means that       CSD-4203     Database Programming
                                                                                            CSD-3183     Mobile Development                          Practical application classes are held in small lab sections that allow students to        Term 3
computer programmers are the key people shaping the solutions of today and tomorrow.                                                                 challenge themselves. The supportive learning environment provides more one-on-            CLN-2214   Garde Manger/Charcuterie Practical
Graduates us their problem solving and critical thinking skills to analyze business and     Term 4                                                   one discussion and allows flexibility adapting curriculum to the needs of the student.     CLN-3203   Sustainable Agriculture
industry requirements and design, develop and implement real life, database driven,         CPL-1049     Co-op Work Term*                            Students develop essential strategies for continuous personal and professional learning    CLN-3124   Chef’s Table
enterprise web applications.                                                                - OR -                                                   and are held to standards that are among the highest in culinary education while           MKT-1103   Social Media Marketing
                                                                                            CPL-5559     Applied Project                             developing industry-related skills.                                                        CLN-3402   Science of Food and Beverage
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                CLN-3504   Advanced Baking and Cake Design
                                                                                            *In order to be eligible to participate in a full-time   The program prepares students to challenge the in-class portion of the Assistant Cook
Employment Opportunities                                                                                                                                                                                                                        GED-XXX3   General Education Elective
                                                                                            Co-op Work Term (CPL-1049) students must have            and Cook Apprentice designations. These are important initial steps towards your
Graduates may expect a wide variety of rewarding career opportunities that are              a GPA of 2.8 or greater.
dynamic and challenging while offering a competitive rate of compensation. Courses                                                                   pursuit of the Provincial Trade of Cook Certificate of Qualification (Red Seal).
in the program are part of the rapidly emerging technologies that prepare graduates for     Failing to do so will require the students to enroll     Opportunities for students to earn while they learn exist where students are given
careers such as computer programmer, software developer, programmer analyst, mobile         in CPL-5559 WIL Project at an additional cost to         authentic culinary exposure to hone their skills and enhance their understanding of the
application developer, information systems specialist, web developer, client/server         the student.                                             operations of the culinary industry while within the program.
applications developer and support specialist. Graduates acquire sufficient foundation to
advance in a variety of career paths appropriate to their interests and abilities.
                                                                                                                                                     Employment Opportunities
                                                                                                                                                     The professional focus and high standards of the Culinary Management program have
Admission Requirements                                                                                                                               served graduates well when it comes time to begin their careers. Program graduates may
A college diploma or university degree in Information Technology or Computer Science.                                                                perform effectively as members of food and beverage service teams. They are prepared
                                                                                                                                                     for employment opportunities in a range of settings including: restaurants, bakeries,
IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 69
                                                                                                                                                     hotels, spas, motels, resorts, cruise ships, hospitals, industrial kitchens, long-term
Tuition Fees                                                                                                                                         care institutions, and catering companies. Some graduates will find fulfillment in
TERM 1       $9,019.07                                                                                                                               entrepreneurial opportunities.
TERM 2       $8,281.79
TERM 3       $8,941.79
TERM 4       $0.00                                                                                                                                   Admission Requirements
Total        $26,242.65                                                                                                                              O.S.S.D. or equivalent with:
                                                                                                                                                       • Grade 12 English
** Tuition fees are estimated in Canadian dollars and subject to change each academic
year. Fees do not include WIL Project fee for students not eligible for co-op. For more                                                              IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 69
information visit lambtoncollege.ca/international.
                                                                                                                                                     Tuition Fees
                                                                                                                                                     TERM 1      $7,890.65
                                                                                                                                                     TERM 2      $7,153.37
                                                                                                                                                     TERM 3      $7,153.37
                                                                                                                                                     TOTAL       $22,197.39
                                                                                                                                                     ** Tuition fees are estimated in Canadian dollars and subject to change each academic
                                                                                                                                                     year. For more information visit lambtoncollege.ca/international.

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