Subject: Commerce
Credit units: 0
College: Edwards School of Business
Department: ESB (Dean's Office)


While on an extended work placement, students will continue to develop a broad range of skills, including leadership, problem solving, analysis, time management, project development, managing employee and client relationships, and written and oral communication skills. In the real work situation, students will continue to learn how to work effectively in a team setting and respond to real life business issues, problems and opportunities. This course will allow students to continue to develop in a relevant, full-time employment situation, thereby improving key business capabilities and improving their confidence as effective communicators.

Permission of the Director of Edwards Career Services.
Prerequisite(s): COMM 480.0 and an extension in the Edwards Co-operative Education Option; the placement must be with the same employer as 480.

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