MGS C44  May - Aug 2015
known as MGT C44 from 2001-2012
Int'l Business Management 
A 3rd year undergraduate course at 
University of Toronto at Scarborough 
Mon evenings, official time 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
room 200 in the new instructional bldg
Prof. Tim Richardson CONTACT
updated 2015 July 20
W.T.G. Richardson
course text RECOMMENDED
we cover Chpt 3  4  6  8  9
10  11 12  13


Global Business Today, 
3rd Canadian Edition
ISBN-13: 978-007040179-2
publisher web site
-available in the library and UTSC bookstore
text glossary
marks are posted within Blackboard U of T snow line for UofT, UTM and UTSC 416-978-7669
Section A Section B Section C Section D Section E
class participation
/ contribution marks
intro video to the course
Introduction to Int'l Business did May 11
we also did

- re-read on your own thoroughly
YouTube video
Basics of Int'l Biz 
- Cda/USA/Japan/China
did May 11
 Top Cdn companies
mentioned briefly May 11
6 Environments
did May 11
- important part of the course
 o competitive
 o economic
 o political / regulatory
 o social / cultural
 o technology
 o geographic
6 E's effect on branding
- cold weather branding
- the rise of Canada Goose
for class May 25
Physical/Geographic Environment
did May 25
Weather extremes
did May 25
showed May 25
Chpt 3 Text

Cultural environment
for May 25
click to see video
May 25
- Hofstede
- rules for doing business across cultures

Canadian Culture
noted May 25
2013 Permanent 
residents by source country
noted May 25

- mother tongue marketing
noted May 25 
and June 01
and how these cultural connections help Canadians do business overseas
 you can make your own contributions
- translations
read on your own
Economic environment
briefly June 01
re-read on your own

Big Macs
(also discussed in MGTC46)
(mentioned Starbucks and Blackberry index)
did June 01 
think of a substitute for BigMac
Political Environment
Chpt 6 Text
 o Gov't Influence on Trade did June 01
Embassies and Consulates
June 01

- tariffs  June 01
- dumping June 01
click to view
dumping example explained by students
- subsidies  June 1
Political Environment
did June 15
Political risk
did June 15
Contingency planning
did June 15
Defensive / Integrative
did June 15
Personal risk
did June 15

Alan Bell
noted June 15

Chpt 4 Text
Ethics and Social Responsibility
(done in MGSC46)
(see also MGTC59)
(we will cover material not done in C59)
did June 15
. Obstructionist Stance
. Defensive Stance
. Accommodative Stance
. Proactive Stance
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 
Moral Hazard
from Zayeem
did June 15
NGOs: the WTO
briefly June 22
re-read on your own
briefly June 22
view on your own and make comments
 tOECD for June 29
briefly June 22
for June 29
`Chpt 5 Text
Int'l Trade Theories is discussed in MGSC46
Chpt 7 Text
Foreign Direct Investment 
discussed in MGSC46
Chpt 8 Text
Regional Economic Integration
 oNAFTAfor June 29
 oCAN-US relations

click to see this video by UTSC C44 students in March 2010
YouTube video by students
watch, and make comments through YouTube

 oCAN-US stuff
(for laughs)

Chpt 9 Text

4X ForeignExchange
Factors that influence Exchange Rates
for June 29
read on your own

 o cross rates
 o spot market
 o forward market
 o currency swaps
 o futures contracts

 o pegged currencies
 o floating currencies
Cdn $ issues
Chpt 10 Text

Central Banks
for June 29
Int'l Finance
IMFfor June 29
World Bank
for June 29

currency exchange debate
fixed or float


Chpt 11 Text
(partly discussed in MGSC46 and partly in C44)
Value Creation p. 370 text
noted J
Strategy and the Firm
(G.O.P.S.T.) p. 373 text
Location Economies
Experience Effects
Economies of Scale
Core Competencies
Subsidiary Skills
Pro-Active / Re-Active
Reasons for going international
did July 6
Strategic Choices
 o International Strategy
 o Multidomestic Strategy
 o Global Strategy
 o Transnational Strategy
p. 385-388 text
sources of info on
discussed May 11th so you would know this in advance as you plan your final project
- governments
- associations
noted May 11th
noted May 11th that you should watch this video some time in the course
- corporate webpages
Chpt 12 Text
Strategic Alliances
 o advantages
 o disadvantages
 o partner selection
did July 6
 see the YouTube Video
did July 6
 o exporting
 o licensing
 o franchising
 o mgmnt contracts
 o turnkey ops
 o joint ventures
 o equity alliances
 o consortiums
Case Study Heineken
did July 6
Chpt 13 Text
Ways to enter foreign mkts
- export info sources (DFAIT)

Disadvantages of 
did July 6
did July 20
- noted Pepsi for Vodka with Russia
did July 6


Chpt 13 Text

did July 20
- EDC, - CCC
showed "friend of mine, friend of our's video" from Donnie Brasco
did July 20
LCs Letters of Credit
did July 20

class participation mark calculations explained
Hate School/Love Education


How To Do 
did July 20
Presentation marks sheet
showed July 20
types of opportunities
noted  in context of int'l business
o Market Penetration 
o Market Development 
o Product Development 
o Diversification
4 Types of marketing opportunities explained
Why Market Penetration is better than Market Development
video on advantages of
Market Penetration

UTSC calendar dates
May 11 Monday 2015
May 18 Holiday
(May 2-4 holiday)
May 25


June 1
June 8 TEST 1
7:15 - 8:15 pm
June 15


June 15
June 22 class debate
(look at the list in advance)
June 29


July 6
July 13   Mid-Term
7:15 - 9:00 pm
- if you come early, you can start early
July 20
July 27 Presentations
July 29 report due
Aug 3 Monday-Holiday no class
Aug 4th last day of classes

2015 Project DETAILs

sample project presentation from Aug 2008

students in MGSC44 June 2013 with guest speaker Alan Bell
Read The Newspaper
Part 1
Read The Newspaper
Part 2
getting rich on the stock market
Read The Newspaper
Part 3
learn an
Industry Sector
Read The Newspaper
Part 4
Business magazines
are important
- the basics
- how you earn the highest marks
- how they are calculated
- the numbers
Group Work
- what the Report should look like
- binding, pages, table of contents
Group Work / Reports Part 2
The importance of using "Mature Language" in your writing
Group Work / Reports Part 3
important considerations
Group Work / Reports Part 4
Coordinating the submission
Communication w group members
Group Work / Reports Part 5
The importance of spelling and grammar and how you can help each other

click to see larger
Sometimes when you teach a subject that includes topics like contingency planning, you gotta "represent" that you apply the theory you are teaching.

Probably the biggest part of contingency planning is having a calm cool attitude and reacting to an unusual situation with some imagination and thinking "outside" the box - like,, literally outside. It is important that when you have a situation that changes your plan, you think about alternatives, and don't give up right away.

When the power went off in the new IC Instructional Centre at UofT Scarborough Campus Monday night (2012 June 4th) all the other profs walked out of their 7pm classes and told their students class was cancelled. Actually, the power went out at 6:40 pm - no "authorities" showed up til 5 minutes to 8pm so nobody knew "nuthing 'bout nothing". Rather than waste the class, I said let's do our test outside on the patio

I know that when students study for a test they mentally get ready to do it, and if something happens to screw up the timing it can be bad, especially if you have to wait another week to do the test. This test was not a mid-term, it was just a little test at the beginning of the course so the students could have a chance to earn some marks and have an intro to see how i ask questions so they'd be prepared for the mod-term. So, two days later I post this pic, and, you may be interested to know that so far, of the first 5 tests I have marked, 4 people got "A". When I finish, i'll give each student the option of keeping the mark, or will work out something on a case-by-case basis. Anyhooo, guaranteed they never wrote a test like that before!
So, the following week I told them I was very proud of how they did, and how they responded to the situation, and brought pizza as a reward cause it was a bit cold out on that patio, they stuck it out til the rain began to drizzle around 8:35, am very proud of all of them


Prof. Tim Richardson with
the Hon. Peter Van Sloan
federal Minister of International Trade

2010 Oct 4th
at a conference in the GTA

updated 2010 Nov 23

- everything can be a "teachable point"
- go to
- reload, or refresh the page, go halfway down, and read what I added as a "real life example" of the wisdom of registering with the Canadian Embassy when you go overseas

- hopefully, I'll get home....

go here to see other pics from Korea

BTW, Friday Feb 26th, 2010, Richardson was interviewed live on air for the BNN Business News Network for a segment discussing Toyota and the testimony given by President Toyoda regarding the accelerator pedal problems. Richardson spoke as the former Exec.Dir. of the Canada-Japan Trade Council and explained the problem, The clip is available online at
.v By responding to this video on YouTube, you are welcome to make comments about anything you leaned in the WHOLE course that was "useful and interesting", and marks will be awarded - make sure you identify your first name and last initial and class (C44) so i can credit you with marks - DO NOT spell out your first name in full (keep YouTube stuff private)
- if you think i might be confused about similar first names, you may add in the last 2 digits of your name

you can do this up til the end of the first week in April OK I also want to take this opportunity to thank everyone for trying hard in the course (July 2010), I appreciate the background work that went in to the presentations and I want to thank you for efforts in the class

pic of the class holding the "get well card" for our guest speaker, Mr. Alan Bell. Mr. Alan Bell with the class of MGTC44 Jan 27th 2010 at University of Toronto (UTSC) - holding the UofT shirt we presented to him 
Alan Bell - guest speaker - discussing risk and threat situations for international business travellers

One of the biggest challenges to international business managers in 2008/early 2009 is dealing with rising gas prices.
As a result of the high increases, there have been more "serious" attempts to look for alternatives, including corn-based ethanol.
Ethanol has become an "issue" since some say we should use corn for food, cause so many people in the world need food, and deal with the gas problem buy cutting back. Others say we can't cut back, we need alternatives from petroleum, and ethanol is a legit alternative.
Gerry Malloy wrote an article about this in the Toronto Star Sept 23rd, it is well worth ready
This issue also serves as a good example of an international business situation influenced by several environments

- see and the Canadian govt source
(link checked 2008 Apr)
a site you should regularly visit for MGTC44
and, if you want contact info for a fed gov employee

taught by Prof. W. Tim G. Richardson
teaching schedule

winter semester
o Jan - Apr 2010
o Jan - Apr 2009
o Jan - Apr 2008 
o Jan - Apr 2007
o Jan - Apr 2006
o Jan - Apr 2005 
o Jan - Apr 2004
o Jan - Apr 2003
o Jan - Apr 2002
o Jan - Apr 2001

summer school
o May - August 2015 scheduled
o May - August 2014
o May - August 2013
o May - August 2012
o May - August 2011
o May - August 2010
o May - August 2009 
o May - August 2008 
o May - August 2007

fall semester
o Sept - Dec 2010 
o Sept - Dec 2009
o Sept - Dec 2008 
o Sept - Dec 2007 
o Sept - Dec 2006
o Sept - Dec 2005 
o Sept - Dec 2004 
o Sept - Dec 2003 
o Sept - Dec 2002
o Sept - Dec 2001



    course text  2009
    Global Business Today, 2nd Ed.
    ISBN-10: 0-07-098411-5
    .... Text for MGTC44 2005 and 2006
    - it was mandatory in the terms 2005 Sept, Jan 2006, Sept 2006
    - sold out for the 2007 semester
    - NOT required in 2008
    (too many students just printing pages off the website)

    by Thomson Nelson   ISBN 0176424458
    author: Tim Richardson


Every Student should read U of T's policy on Cheating and Plagiarism.
Cheating and Plagiarism are serious offences.

see also Code of Student Conduct

Code of Academic Behaviour

University of Toronto graphics on this page are used with the consent of the UofT, Scarborough College webmaster.   Other links and images  within this site are used with the consent of the various sources, and copies of emails giving such consent are kept on file by Prof.  Tim Richardson
.. 2009 December

Received an email from Germany - former MGTC44 student Dan L. provided an update on his work at Porsche.

Dan says
"I wanted to thank you for the amazing experience of having been in your International Business Management class (MGT C44). The insights of that course really help me in my daily work, as I currently am in a Co-op term working as the Assistant of the CFO Porsche Deutschland in their Headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany."

The video "testimonial" was made during a visit Dan made to the C44 class the semester after he took the course - the video is Dan speaking in German, about the course

Dan added
"Not only that Porsche made use of Japanese Management concepts like Kaizen, J.I.T. and TQM in the early 90's (which helped them to successfully turn around the company and make it the world's most profitable automobile manufacturer), it is also heavily involved in International Business (with
the U.S. and Middle East being their largest markets)."

"Besides the great classroom experience, your course turned out to be very useful in practical work and helped me e.g. to develop risk assessments of the international automobile industry. 
Tools like the "6 environments" provided a really helpful guideline for structuring my analysis."


From an email I received in Sept 2008

Alex R.  was in MGT C44, Int'l Business in 2007.
he also served as Coordinator, MESA iBiz Week in early 2008
and was VP Operations and CFO, SCSU (2006-2007)

"Your class was a great learning experience and introduction to the International Business field!...Living by yourself in a new country that has
a new culture and in which you have to get by in a language you didn`t
have the chance to learn much of before arriving is... definately an
Alex is on an internship with AIESEC
 "Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commerciales"
and posted to Yoshida SKT
where he works as
Marketing and Quality Control Intern (2008)

the pic was taken when he made a recent trip to Brussels

An email I received in June 2008 from a MGTC44 student

Hi Professor Richardson,

thank you very much for demonstrating the importance of reading the newspaper. I was recently offered a coop work term and was asked about trends in the Ontario electricity markets and was able to stand out among other candidates because i read the newspaper and was able to provide a current analysis. Once again thank you very much.

 Dave S.

WTGR replies, thanks Dave, I'll use your note to bug current students to read the newspaper regularly, I firmly believe reading a major newspaper, of whatever country you live in, 3 or 4 times a week, is highly valuable for work reasons and personal reasons - journalists are able to be more analytical in several paragraphs compared to TV which is just short meaningless sound clips.

An email I received in January 2006 from a former T.A. and MGTC44 student

Hi Professor Richardson,

Now that I've been working for a few years now, and have had the benefit of visiting Europe and Asia in my travels, I just want to send you a note to let you know how insightful your class was in helping me to see opportunities in our new, global economy. 

Visiting Shanghai as a tourist, compared to taking in the city with an eye for business and the dynamics that go on in the background between multi-nationals and governments, and to see how that impacts the economic lives of people on both sides of the Pacific is starkly different.  Your International business class helped me to strip away the neon lights of Nanjing Road, and see it for what it really is, the combination of commerce and culture that is shifting the playing field and rules of business by which we are governed. This new economic reality hit me with great impact, but having learned the pieces and hearing your anecdotes in class, helped me to better decode and refocus the picture. 

More and more it is becoming evident to me that, not just companies, but business people like you and me have to realize that to you have to go global, or risk not going at all.

pic supplied by Paul
My eyes have only fully opened to this reality now, while you had this revelation years ago...but your classes allow people like me to be better prepared for it, to take advantage of it, and to find the resources and assistance, when I finally take that international step.

So, just wanted to send you a note to let you know how impactful and educational your class was for me.  It was one course, but it was one that equips its students with the building blocks for career building in the new, international economy.  For your knowledge and sharing, as well for your mentorship and friendship, I thank you.
Paul S.
Paul was a student in MGTC44, and then the T.A. for two semesters afterwards. He presently (Jan 2006) serves as Segment Manager, Most Valuable Customer Segment, Consumer and Small Business Cards Management, CIBC, Card Products 

An email I received in February 2007

Alicia, (in 3rd yr Feb 2007) was in MGT C44, Int'l Business in Sept-Dec 2006 has been selected to go to Japan in Sept 2007 to study at Keio University

Hi Prof. Richardson,
I hope you're doing well, and that you're having as much fun in your
current Int. Biz class as you did with us. The entire application process was  not a walk in the park, because Japan is the most competitive program  to get into. However, a very good note for any aspiring students at  the Scarborough campus, the exchange office is demanding more students  from outside St. George campus!...

Alicia is also involved in, the world's largest student organization and serves as
Cultural Support Network @ UTSC, Vice President of Finance
Educational Program Supervisor

FYI AIESEC is a French acronym for "Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commerciales"
Keio is one of the top 5 universities in Japan, founded in 1858 it has a reputation for being very international.

pic supplied by Alicia

An email I received in July 2005
"Hi Professor Richardson,

I took your International Business class at U of T from Jan -Apr 2003.  I remember you saying in class one day that you like it when students keep in touch with you and I remembered your class a couple of weeks ago as I was telling a colleague that it was probably one of the best classes I took at UTSC.  Anyways, I just wanted to say hello and let you know that you really do teach a wonderful class and I hope everything is well with you. 

I just finished my first year of law school at U of T.  I am directing my studies towards an international perspective but haven't quite narrowed it down yet.  Your class definately opened my eyes and sparked my interest in international studies.  Thanks for a wonderful semester!
Warm Regards,  "
Darshana P.
J.D. Candidate (2007) 
University of Toronto, Faculty of Law

pic supplied by Darshana
.... "After I graduated from UofT in 2003, I got a job at IBM, and with out a doubt we do business with countries all over the world. I took Prof. Richardson's International Business C44 course in 2003, and found the concepts really interesting and 100% applicable to the real world. I also got the First A++!!!! 

Seriously, I think no matter where you work, whether its for a big corporation or your own business, you can not avoid the impacts of globalization and international business.  Understanding the effects of this growing global world, will help in making key strategic decisions for the future of your business. I would recommend this course any day, and learning from Prof. Richardson is an added benefit, he makes it enjoyable."

Sharon C.
BCS Communications ? Industrial
Sector Financial Analyst
IBM Global Services

from November 2004
"Hi Professor Richardson.

My name is Jamie G. and I was in your MGTC44 class from January 2004-April 2004.  I just wanted to write you a little 'thank-you' note.  I am currently a fourth year business student and I am ashamed to admit, before attending your class, I rarely picked up a newspaper to read the business section.  A lot of my professors used to insist that we read the newspaper daily, however, we were never tested on our knowledge.  Therefore, I didn't see the use in picking up a newspaper. 

After completing your course, I became accustomed to reading the Business section in the Toronto Star.  This year, in my International Economics class (ECMC62), I found myself relating the concepts that I learned to events that I read about in the newspaper.  Even before a job interview that I had today, I read the newspaper before going in.(By the way, in the interview, I brought up your class when I told them that I learned that foreign investment might be a good thing for the company!!!)

So I just want to say thanks for stressing the importance of reading up about current events.  I think UTSC is a great school, but since first year, my head has been buried in textbooks and I had no clue about what was going on around me. After your class, I find I can now apply concepts learned in class to things that are going on around me.  I know most students usually write to ask questions or complain about a mark, but I think its important to let some (not all) professors know that they have had an impact on one's education.

Thanks again, Jamie G.
contacted Jamie in October 2005, he added

I'm working full-time at Petro-Canada now (you may not remember, but I wrote my final exam essay on PC!). Anyways, good luck with the new classes!  And once again, thank you for all the "REAL" world knowledge!  It comes in handy!!


Section A Section B Section C Section D Section E Section F
Sept 15 2010
Sept 22
Sept 29  Alan Bell
Sept 29
Oct 6 TEST 1
Oct 13
Oct 13
Oct 20
Oct 27
Nov 3 mid-term
Nov 10
Nov 17 Prof. Bob Carroll
Nov 24 Mr. Joe Park
Sept 16th 2009
Sept 23rd
Sept 30th speaker
Oct 7 Test # 1
Oct 14
Oct 21
Oct 21
Oct 28 Mid_term
Nov 4th
Nov 11th
Nov 18th
Nov 25th
Dec 2nd presentations
Sept 10 2008
Sept 17 
Sept 24 speaker
Oct 1 Test # 1 
Oct 8
Oct 15
Oct 22 class debate
Oct 22 Media Quiz # 1
Oct 2008
Nov 5no class
Nov 12
Nov 19
Nov 19
Nov 26 Media Quiz # 2
Final Exam Dec 18 
Sept 12 2007
Sept 19 speaker 
Sept 26
Sept 26
Oct 3 Test # 1
Oct 10
Oct 17
Oct 17
Oct 24 debate 2007
Oct 31 Mid-Term 
Nov 14
Nov 21
Nov 28 last class
Dec 3-7 study week
Sept 132006
Sept 20
Sept 27 speaker 
Oct 4 Test # 1
Oct 11
Oct 18
Take Home Question 2006
Oct 25 Mid-Term (2 hr)
Nov 1 debate 2006
Nov 15
Nov 22
Nov 29
Sept 14 2005
Sept 21 speaker 
Sept 28 
Sept 28
Oct 5 Minor Test
Oct 12
Oct 19
Oct 26th
Nov 9
Nov 16
Nov 23
Nov 30 last class
Dec 12 EXAM
Sept 15 2004
Sept 22
Sept 29
Oct 6  speaker
Oct 6 Minor Test
Oct 13
Oct 13
Oct 27 Mid-Term
Nov 3
Nov 10
Nov 10
Nov 17
Nov 24
Nov 24 last class
Dec 3-8 Study Break
Dec 13 Exam
Sept 10 2003
Sept 17 speaker
Sept 24
Oct 1
Oct 8
Oct 15
Oct 22 Test#1
Oct 29 Oct 29
Nov 5
Nov 12 Test# 2
Nov 19
Nov 26
Dec 15 EXAM
Sept 11 2002
Sept 18 
Sept 25
Sept 25
Oct 2
Oct 9
Oct 16 speaker
Oct 23 cancelled
Oct 23 cancelled
Oct 30Test#1
Nov 6
Nov 13 Test# 2
Nov 20
Nov 27
Dec 2-7 Study Break
Dec  18th EXAM
Sept 12 2001
Sept 19
Sept 26
Oct 3
Oct 10 
Oct 17 Test#1
Oct 24
Oct 31
Nov 7 Test# 2
Nov 14
Nov 21
Nov 21
Nov 28
Dec 5
Dec10 EXAM
Section A Section B

Section C

Section D Section E SectionF
in 2004 Section F was merged with Section E
Jan 06 2010
Jan 13 
Jan 20
Jan 27 
.speaker Alan Bell
Feb 3rd TEST
Feb 10 Speaker
- former C44 T.A. Joe Park
Feb 15-19 Reading Week 
Feb 24
Mar 3 Mid-Term
Mar 10
Mar 17
Mar 24 
Mar 31 presentations
Jan 07 2009
Jan 14 speaker
Jan 21
Jan 21
Jan 28SNOW
Feb 4 Test # 1 
Feb 11
Feb 15-21 Reading Week
Feb 12-21 Prof sick
Feb 25 
quiz Feb 25th
Mar 11 Media Quiz # 1
Mar 18
Mar 25
Mar 25
Apr 01 review
+ Media Quiz # 2
(2nd half of the class)
Final Exam 
2009 Apr 15
Jan 092008
Jan 16 speaker
Jan 23
Jan 30 Test# 1
Feb 6 debate 2008
Feb 13  Media Quiz 1
(15 minutes)
Feb 18-22 Reading Week
7:15 - 9:15 in class
March 5
March 12 
March 19
March 19
March 26 Media Quiz 2
Apr 02
Apr 18 Final Exam
Jan 09 2007
Jan 16 speaker
Jan 23
Jan 30 Test# 1
Feb 6 debate 2008
Feb 13
Feb 13  Media Quiz 1
Feb 18-22 Reading Week
March 5
. . .
Jan 10 2007
Jan 17
Jan 24
Jan 24
Jan 31 TEST # 1
Feb 07
Feb 14
Feb 19-23 Reading Week
Mar 7 class debate
Mar 14
Mar 21
Mar 28
Apr 04
Apr 23rd Final Exam
Jan 11 2006
Jan 18
Jan 25 speaker
Jan 25
Feb 1 Minor Test # 1
Feb 8
Feb 15
Feb 15
Feb 20-24
Reading Week UTSC
Mar 8
Mar 22
Mar 29
Apr 5
Apr. 26 FINAL
Jan 5 2005
Jan 12
Jan 19
Jan 26
Feb 2 MTest # 1
Feb 9
Feb 9
Feb 14-18
Reading Week UTSC
Mar 2 Mid-Term
Mar 9
Mar 16
Mar 23 
Mar 23
Mar 30 
Apr 18th EXAM
Jan 7 2004
Jan 14 snow class
Jan 21
Jan 28
Feb 4 Test#1
Feb 11
Feb 11
Feb 16-20 Reading Week UTSC
Feb 25
Mar 3 Online Class
Mar 10 Test# 2
Mar 17
Mar 24
Mar 31

April 28 EXAM

Jan 09 2003
Jan 16
Jan 23
Jan 30 Test# 1
Feb 6
Feb 13
Feb 20 no class
Feb 27 Mar 6
Mar 13 Test# 2
Mar 20
Mar 27
Apr 3 
April 23 EXAM
Jan 10 2001
Jan 17
Jan 24
Jan 31 Test# 1
Feb 7
Feb 14
Feb 21 no class
Feb 28 Mar 7
Mar 14 Test# 2
Mar 21
Mar 28
Apr 4
Apr 30 Exam
Section A Section B Section C Section D Section E
May 5 Monday 2014
May 12
May 19 Holiday
(May 2-4 holiday)
May 26 no class
June 02  Alan Bell
June 09  TEST 1
7:15 - 8:15 pm
May 6 Monday 2013
May 13
May 20 Holiday - no class
May 27
May 27 
June 03  Alan Bell
June 10  TEST 1
June 17
June 24 class debate
(look at the list in advance)
June 24
July 1 HOLIDAY - no class
July 8
July 15th Mid-Term
July 22
July 29
July 29 team presentations
May 7 Mon 2012
May 14
May 21 Holiday - no class
May 28 
June 4 TEST 1
June 11 AWB lecture
June 18 prof away
June 25
June 25
July 2 HOLIDAY - no class
July 9
July 16th Mid-Term
July 23
July 30 Presentations
Aug 6 HOLIDAY - no class
Aug 7 last day of summer classes
May 9 Mon 2011
May 16
May 23 Holiday - no class
May 30 
June 6 TEST 1
7:15 - 8:15 pm
June 13 Alan Bell
June 13 Alan Bell
June 20
MGTC44 Login Summer 2011
June 27
July 4 ONLINE CLASS use 
MGTC44 Login Summer 2011
July 11th Mid-Term

July 18

July 18
July 25
Aug 1 HOLIDAY - no class
Aug 8 last class - PRESENTATIONS
2011 Project DETAILS


May 3 Mon 2010
May 10
intro to summer 2010
May 17 speaker Alan Bell
-no class
May 31
June 7 Minor Test 
7:15 - 8:15 pm
June 14
June 21 -no class
June 28
July 5 Mid-Term
7:15 - 9:00 pm
July 12
July 19
July 19
July 26 presentations
to be confirmed
2010 Project DETAILS
May 4 Mon 2009
May 11
-no class
May 25  speaker
May 25
June 1 Minor Test 

June 8

June 15 class debate
June 22

Tue June 30 - Fri July 3
Reading week at UTSC
July 1 Wed Canada Day
July 6th
July 13th
July 20 
July 27 presentations
July 27th LAST CLASS
Friday, July 31 last day of classes
Aug 3 Holiday
University closed
Tuesday, August 4-
Friday, August 7
Study Break
May 5 Mon 2008
May 12
May 21st- no class
May 26
May 26
June 2
June 9 Test 1
(60 minutes)
(6:15 - 7:15)
June 16
June 23 class debate
June 30 no class 
July 1 Canada Day
June 30 - July 4
Reading Week UTSC

July 7 Media Quiz # 1

July 14 MID-TERM
(2 hours)
July 21
July 28 Media Quiz # 2
covering events 
July 8 - July 28th AM
Aug 4 Holiday
Aug 5 (Tue) is the Monday class
May 7th Mon 2007
May 14th
May 21st- no class
May 28th
May 28th
June 4th TEST 1
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June 18th class debate
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July 1st Canada Day
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July 2 - 6th Reading Week UTSC
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July 23rd
July 30th
Aug 7 (Tue)


speaker  C44 T.A. Mike Jagdeo  PowerPointoutsourcing 2007
Guest Speaker 2002 Mr. Erech Morrison Japanese Auto Industry ? FDI powerpoint
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Prof. W. Tim G. Richardson 
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