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Fall start program maps

What is a program map?

Program maps provide you with the required course names and course codes to ensure you are enrolled in the correct courses for your program. 

What is an elective?

Electives are courses you can choose. 

  • If you are in the Bachelor of Commerce program, a general elective is any course not related to business.
  • If you are in the Bachelor of Information Technology program, a general elective is any course not related to information technology.

Find your program

Bachelor of Commerce

  • All majors – Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Organization Behaviour & Human Resources Management, Technology Management

    The courses listed below are required for your first year of study in the Commerce program:

    Semester 1

    15 credit hours

    BUSI 1010U

    Critical Thinking and Ethics

    BUSI 1520U

    Business Computer Applications

    BUSI 1600U

    Management of the Enterprise

    BUSI 1915U

    Business Math I

    ECON 2010U

    Microeconomics

    Semester 2

    15 credit hours

    BUSI 1020U

    Business Communications

    BUSI 1916U

    Business Math II

    BUSI 1130U

    Introduction to Financial Accounting

    ECON 2020U

    Macroeconomics

    *General elective

     

    * General elective: An elective that is not a business course and may include any Ontario Tech course:

    • For which a student has the required prerequisites.
    • That students are not precluded from taking by program restriction.
    • That fits the student’s schedule.

    First-year Commerce students who wish to major in Technology Management must take INFR 1100U to Programming instead of a general elective in the winter term of year one.  

    Upper-year students

    If you have been admitted to upper year standing, please follow the program map for your program that is specified in the current undergraduate calendar or for further clarification, please consult your academic advisor.

  • Commerce – Bridge

    Commerce – Bridge students should contact their academic advisor at fbitadvising@uoit.ca to confirm the required bridging courses.


Bachelor of Information Technology

  • Game Development and Entrepreneurship

    The following courses are required as part of your Game Development and Entrepreneurship course completion:

    Semester 1

    15 credit hours 

    BUSI 1700U

    Introduction to Entrepreneurship

    INFR 1020U

    Essential Math for Games I

    INFR 1100U

    Introduction to Programming

    INFR 1315U

    Concept & Graphic Design

    INFR 1330U

    Introduction to Game Design

    INFR 1395U

    Game Development Workshop I (0 credit hours)

    Semester 2

    15 credit hours

    INFR 1030U

    Essential Math for Games II

    INFR 1325U

    2D Animation Principles

    INFR 1335U

    Digital Game Design

    INFR 2140U

    Object Oriented Programming

    BUSI 1130U

    Introduction to Financial Accounting

    INFR 1396U

    Game Development Workshop II (0 credit hours)

    Your academic advising office will be sending an email to first-year newly admitted students with additional information.

    Upper-year students

    If you have been admitted to upper year standing through transfer credit, please follow the program map for your program that is specified in the current undergraduate calendar or for further clarification, please consult your academic advisor. If you have been admitted to upper year standing through a pathways program, including the Networking and IT Security - direct entry program, your academic advising office will be sending an email to newly admitted students with additional information and the program map for your program. 

  • Networking and Information Technology Security

    The following courses are required as part of your Networking and Information Technology Security course completion:

    Semester 1

    15 credit hours

    BUSI 1020U

    Business Communications

    BUSI 1600U

    Management of the Enterprise

    INFR 1010U

    Discrete Mathematics

    INFR 1100U

    Introduction to Programming

    INFR 1411U

    Introduction to Networking I

    Semester 2

    15 credit hours

    BUSI 2000U

    Collaborative Leadership

    INFR 1016U

    Introductory Calculus

    INFR 1421U

    Introduction to Networking II

    INFR 2140U

    Object Oriented Programming

    INFR 2810U

    Computer Architecture

    Your academic advising office will be sending an email to first-year newly admitted students with additional information.

    Upper-year students

    If you have been admitted to upper year standing through transfer credit, please follow the program map for your program that is specified in the current undergraduate calendar or for further clarification, please consult your academic advisor. If you have been admitted to upper year standing through a pathways program, including the Networking and IT Security - direct entry program, your academic advising office will be sending an email to newly admitted students with additional information and the program map for your program.  

  • Technology Management

    The following courses are required as part of your Technology Management (BIT) course completion:

    Semester 1

    15 credit hours 

    INFR 1100U

    Introduction to Programming

    INFR 1010U

    Discrete Mathematics

    BUSI 1520U

    Business Computer Applications

    BUSI 1010U

    Critical Thinking and Ethics

    General elective

     

    Semester 2

    15 credit hours

    INFR 2140U

    Object-Oriented Programming

    BUSI 1600U

    Management of the Enterprise

    INFR 2810U

    Computer Architecture

    BUSI 1020U

    Business Communications

    General elective

     

    Your academic advising office will be sending an email to first-year newly admitted students with additional information.


What's next?

Review how to register for courses.

We will be in contact with you:

Contact your academic advisor if:

  • You require any additional course planning assistance and/or type of accessibility services—contact Student Accessibility Services.
  • You plan to take courses over the spring/summer term and want to spread the first-year courses out over three terms instead of two.
  • You’ve received transfer credit for some introductory courses and are not sure what courses you can take.