Unofficial Transcript

degreeBelow is my unofficial transcript from the University of Guelph. It includes all the courses I took, the grade achieved (based off the University’s Grading System), and my overall GPA. Below my transcript is a more detailed description of each class I took.

Unofficial Transcript

0539109 David Johnston

Course/Section and Title – Grade – Credits – Term

BUS*4250 02 – Business Policy – 080 – 0.50 – W12
CIS*1000 DE – Intro to Computer Applications – 086 – 0.50 – W12
MCS*4300 01 – Marketing and Society – 085 – 0.50 – W12
MCS*4370 01 – Marketing Strategy – 080 – 0.50 – W12
MCS*3600 01 – Consumer Information Processes – 090 – 0.50 – F11
MCS*4040 01 – Mgmt in Product Development – 089 – 0.50 – F11
MCS*4400 01 – Pricing Management – 084 – 0.50 – F11
MCS*4600 01 International Marketing – 086 – 0.50 – F11
COOP*4000 01 – Work Term IV – S11
MCS*2100 DE – Personal Financial Mgmt – 092 – 0.50 – S11
NUTR*1010 DE – Nutrition and Society – 086 – 0.50 – S11
COOP*3000 01 – Work Term III – W11
BUS*2090 02 – Individuals & Groups in Orgs – 084 – 0.50 – F10
BUS*3320 03 – Financial Management – 078 – 0.50 – F10
ECON*3560 01 – Theory of Finance – 076 – 0.50 – F10
MCS*3030 01 – Research Methods – 090 – 0.50 – F10
MCS*3500 02 – Market Analysis and Planning – 082 – 0.50 – F10
COOP*2000 01 – Work Term II – S10
AGEC*3310 01 – Operations Management – 082 – 0.50 – W10
MCS*3010 02 – Quality Management – 084 – 0.50 – W10
MCS*3620 02 – Marketing Communications – 078 – 0.50 – W10
PHIL*2600 01 – Business & Professional Ethics – 079 – 0.50 – W10
SOC*1100 03 – Sociology – 076 – 0.50 – W10
COOP*1000 01 – Work Term I – F09
ECON*2410 01 – Intermediate Macroeconomics – 076 – 0.50 – W09
HIST*2800 02 – History of the Modern Family – 076 – 0.50 – W09
MCS*2600 01 – Consumer Behaviour – 082 – 0.50 – W09
MCS*3050 02 – Business and Consumer Law – 077 – 0.50 – W09
STAT*2060 01 – Stats for Business Decisions – 084 – 0.50 – W09
BUS*2230 01 – Management Accounting – 087 – 0.50 – F08
COOP*1100 07 – Introduction to Coop Education – P – 0.00 – F08
ECON*2310 0410 – Intermediate Microeconomics – 080 – 0.50 – F08
HTM*3000 01 – Human Resources Management – 080 – 0.50 – F08
MCS*2000 0101 – Business in a Changing World – 078 – 0.50 – F08
MCS*2020 01 – Information Management – 083 – 0.50 – F08
BUS*2220 0104 – Financial Accounting – 082 – 0.50 – W08
ECON*1100 02 – Introductory Macroeconomics – 080 – 0.50 – W08
GEOG*1200 01 – Society and Space – 073 – 0.50 – W08
PSYC*1200 01 – Dynamics of Behaviour – 065 – 0.50 – W08
UNIV*1200 02 – Games, Decisions & Econ Behavi – 091 – 0.50 – W08
ECON*1050 02 – Introductory Microeconomics – 082 – 0.50 – F07
GEOG*1220 02 – Human Impact on the Environmen – 076 – 0.50 – F07
MATH*1000 02 – Introductory Calculus – 080 – 0.50 – F07
MCS*1000 0103 – Introductory Marketing – 077 – 0.50 – F07
ZOO*1500 01 – Humans in the Natural World – 086 – 0.50 – F07

Total Earned Credits – 20.00
Total Grade Points – 1631.00
Cumulative GPA – 81.550

Course Overview

University Course Descriptions

MCS – Marketing

MCS*1000 Introductory Marketing S,F,W (3-0) [0.50]
An examination of the process of analyzing, planning, implementing, coordinating, and controlling programs involved in the conception, pricing, promotion, and distribution of products, services, and ideas designed to create and maintain beneficial exchanges with target markets for the purpose of achieving public and private organizational objectives. (Also offered through distance education format.).

Grade Achieved: 77%
Course Taken: Fall 2007

MCS*2000 Business in a Changing World F (3-0) [0.50]
This course provides marketing students with an overview of business today by reviewing and discussing key issues (such as business ethics and globalization), key business functions (such as finance, human resources, operations management and marketing), and the components of a business plan. Weekly lectures are supplemented by discussions of business cases and hand-in assignments designed to introduce students to basic business skills (such as business math and decision-making). (First offering – Fall 2008)
Grade Achieved: 78%
Course Taken: Fall 2008

MCS*2020 Information Management S,F,W (3-0) [0.50]
Introduces the concepts and principles of information acquisition, manipulation and management as relevant to organizational decision-making. Provides experience in the evaluation of information technology applications used in organizations. Students with credit for this course may not proceed to CIS*1000, CIS*1200.
Grade Achieved: 78%
Course Taken: Fall 2008

MCS*2100 Personal Financial Management S (3-0) [0.50]
An introductory course designed to meet the professional needs of those in teaching, counselling and community service, as well as personal goals in financial management.
Grade Achieved: 92%
Course Taken: Summer 2011

MCS*2600 Fundamentals of Consumer Behaviour F,W (3-0) [0.50]
In the long run organizations survive and achieve their goals by satisfying the needs and wants of consumers as well as or better than their competitors. This course examines consumer behaviours, the economic, social, cultural and psychological factors related to consumer behaviours, the evolution and change in behaviours and relationships, and the ways in which consumers respond to stimuli employed in the marketing of products, services and ideas.
Grade Achieved: 82%
Course Taken: Winter 2009

MCS*3040 Business and Consumer Law F,W (3-0) [0.50]
This course introduces students to statutory and common law concerning business and consumer transactions. An overview of the laws of contracts and torts forms the basis of business and producer/consumer relationships. Discussion topics include sale of goods and consumer protection legislation; debtor-creditor relations; competition law; intellectual property rights and manufacturers’ product liability.
Grade Achieved: 77%
Course Taken: Winter 2009

MCS*3010 Quality Management W (3-0) [0.50]
Lectures will include general concepts and expectations of quality assurance from consumer, government, managerial and technological points of view and discuss the relationship of national and international groups concerned with quality assurance. Seminars apply concepts to selected products and services.
Grade Achieved: 84%
Course Taken: Winter 2010

MCS*3030 Research Methods F,W (3-0) [0.50]
This course examines the concepts, principles and practices for consumer, market and product development research processes. Topics include research problem definition, research objectives, research design, measurement, sampling methods, execution and research management, analysis and interpretation, and report writing. (Also offered through distance education format.)
Grade Achieved: 90%
Course Taken: Fall 2010

MCS*3500 Market Analysis and Planning F,W (3-0) [0.50]
This course teaches students decision making theory and the methods of analysis that support decision making in the marketing discipline. Topics include customer, competitor and market analysis and methods such as forecasting and decision modeling.
Grade Achieved: 82%
Course Taken: Fall 2010

MCS*3600 Consumer Information Processes F,W (3-0) [0.50]
This course provides an in-depth treatment of information processing research and theories as they relate to consumer judgement and choice. Components of theory addressed include: attention and perception, motivation, processing capacity, encoding and memory storage, retrieval and decision processes. Applications to marketplace policy and strategy are discussed.
Grade Achieved: 90%
Course Taken: Fall 2011

MCS*3620 Marketing Communications F,W (3-0) [0.50]
Concepts of communication management as practiced by organizations in all economic sectors. Communication management principles are applied to the design and evaluation of communication programs.
Grade Achieved: 78%
Course Taken: Winter 2010

MCS*4040 Management in Product Development F (3-0) [0.50]
Major course components include: new product strategy formulation, the role of technical and market research, the analysis of opportunities, management of development processes, product launches, government and regulatory controls.
Grade Achieved: 89%
Course Taken: Fall 2011

MCS*4370 Marketing Strategy F,W (3-0) [0.50]
This course focuses on the decision-making role of the marketing manager who is responsible for formulating the strategic marketing plan. The theory of selecting market target(s) for the firm’s product and/or services and the development of the marketing mix (product, price, promotion, distribution) with the aid of market research and computerized information systems is covered.
Grade Achieved: 80%
Course Taken: Winter 2012

MCS*4400 Pricing management F,W (3-0) [0.50]
The objective of this course is to provide a useful conceptual framework as well as analytical techniques that can be applied in managing pricing functions. Topics to be covered include pricing strategies, tactical issues related to pricing, pricing methods, treatment of costs for pricing, consideration of competition, legal limitations and role of price in customer buying decisions for both consumer and industrial goods and services.
Grade Achieved: 84%
Course Taken: Fall 2011

MCS*4600 International Marketing F,W (3-0) [0.50]
The study of marketing in a global context with specific emphasis on the strategic implications of marketing in different country cultures. Included are the global marketing environment and the competitive challenges and opportunities confronting today’s international marketers, the cultural environment of global marketing, the assessment of global market opportunities and the development of global marketing strategies.
Grade Achieved: 86%
Course Taken: Fall 2011

ECON – Economics

ECON*1050 Introductory Microeconomics S,F,W (3-0) [0.50]
An introduction to the Canadian economy: price determination, market structure and resource allocation; the behaviour of consumers and firms; market intervention by government. Some of the economic issues addressed may include agricultural price supports, rent control, the NAFTA, environmental regulation, price discrimination, pay equity, and taxation. (Also offered through distance education format.)
Grade Achieved: 82%
Course Taken: Fall 2007

ECON*1100 Introductory Macroeconomics S,F,W (3-0) [0.50]
The Canadian economy: aggregate performance and policy; an analysis of the determinants of national income, employment and the price level, the role of government monetary and fiscal policies in improving the rate of economic growth. (Also offered through distance education format.)
Grade Achieved: 80%
Course Taken: Winter 2008

ECON*2310 Intermediate Microeconomics S,F,W (3-1) [0.50]
The analysis of the behaviour of households and firms under alternative assumptions and market conditions. (Also offered through distance education format.)
Grade Achieved: 80%
Course Taken: Fall 2008

ECON*3560 Theory of Finance F,W (3-0) [0.50]
Capital budgeting and long-term finance and investment decisions by firms and individuals. Introduction to capital asset pricing under uncertainty and to concept of efficient markets. Major emphasis is on corporate finance. (Also offered through distance education format.)
Grade Achieved: 76%
Course Taken: Fall 2010

BUS – Business

BUS*2090 Individuals and Groups in Organizations F,W (3-0) [0.50]
The course serves as an overview to organizational behaviour. It examines the individual, the group, the organization and how the three interrelate in order to enhance performance and productivity.
Grade Achieved: 84%
Course Taken: Fall 2010

BUS*2220 Financial Accounting F,W (3-0) [0.50]
An introductory course designed to develop an understanding of current accounting principles and their implication for published financial reports of business enterprises. The course approaches the subject from the view of the user of accounting information rather than that of a person who supplies the information.
Grade Achieved: 82%
Course Taken: Winter 2008

BUS*2230 Management Accounting F,W (3-0) [0.50]
This course emphasizes the use of accounting information to facilitate effective management decisions. Topics include cost determination, cost control and analysis, budgeting, profit-volume analysis and capital investment analysis.
Grade Achieved: 87%
Course Taken: Fall 2008

BUS*3320 Financial Management F,W (3-0) [0.50]
The viewpoint taken in the course is that of the senior financial officer of a business firm. The focus is on the management of cash, accounts receivable, inventory and short and intermediate term liabilities. Emphasis is placed on the analysis and forecasting of financial statements, and financial modeling for planning and controlling the growth of the business enterprise.
Grade Achieved: 78%
Course Taken: Fall 2010

BUS*4250 Business Policy F,W (3-0) [0.50]
Business policy is a synthesis of the principles of business management with emphasis upon the formation of business decisions and policies. The purpose of this course is to enable the student to draw on analytic tools and factual knowledge from all other courses in analyzing comprehensive business problems.
Grade Achieved: 80%
Course Taken: Winter 2012

OTHER MANDATORY

MATH*1000 Introductory Calculus F,W (3-0) [0.50]
A brief introduction to analytical geometry. The differential and integral calculus for algebraic, logarithmic, exponential and trigonometric functions, with applications. (Also offered through distance education format.)
Grade Achieved: 80%
Course Taken: Fall 2007

PSYC*1200 Dynamics of Behaviour S,F,W (3-0) [0.50]
This is an introduction to the study of human development, intelligence, personality, psychopathology and its treatment and social psychology. (Also offered through distance education format.)
Grade Achieved: 65%
Course Taken: Winter 2008

STAT*2060 Statistics for Business Decisions W (3-2) [0.50]
A course designed for students interested in the application of statistics in a business setting. Topics covered will include the role of statistics in business decisions, organization of data, frequency distributions, probability, normal and sampling distributions, hypothesis tests, linear regression and an introduction to time series, quality control and operations research. (Also offered through distance education format.)
Grade Achieved: 84%
Course Taken: Winter 2009

HTM*3000 Human Resources Management F,W (3-0) [0.50]
This course examines the essential human resource function of planning, staffing, employee training and development, employee assistance programs, the legal environment and employee maintenance in a variety of organizational settings. (Also offered through distance education format.)
Grade Achieved: 80%
Course Taken: Fall 2008

AGEC*3310 Operations Management F,W (3-0) [0.50]
The decision-making role of the operations manager in transforming inputs into desired outputs is the primary focus of this course. The major issues and problems of designing, scheduling, operating, and controlling the production system will be examined.
Grade Achieved: 82%
Course Taken: Winter 2010

CO-OP

COOP*1100 Introduction to Co-operative Education F,W (1-0) [0.00]
This course will introduce students to the theory and practice of co-operative education at the University of Guelph. Students will learn to take full advantage of the co-op option. They will acquire practice in the skills required to succeed in the competitive process of securing suitable work terms. Specifically, the course will cover: characteristics and expectations of the “new” world of work, interview skills, resume and cover letter writing, as well as general skills required to be successful in the co-op program. Students also obtain practice in the co-op employment process.
Grade Achieved: PASS
Course Taken: Fall 2008

COOP*1000 Co-op Work Term I F,W,S (3-0) [0.00]
This is a semester long experience in a paid work setting. Co-op work semesters differ depending on the program and major. Location of the semester is varied. Refer to program of study for the semester in which this is scheduled. Students must obtain a passing grade in order to continue in the Co-op Program.
Work Performance Grade: Outstanding
Work Report Grade: Good
Work Term I: Fall 2009
Employer: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

COOP*2000 Co-op Work Term II F,W,S (3-0) [0.00]
This is a semester long experience in a paid work setting. Co-op work semesters differ depending on the program and major. Location of the semester is varied. Refer to program of study for the semester in which this is scheduled. Students must obtain a passing grade in order to continue in the Co-op Program.
Work Performance Grade: Very Good
Work Report Grade: Good
Work Term II: Summer 2010
Employer: Community Living Ontario

COOP*3000 Co-op Work Term III F,W,S (3-0) [0.00]
This is a semester long experience in a paid work setting. Co-op work semesters differ depending on the program and major. Location of the semester is varied. Refer to program of study for the semester in which this is scheduled. Students must obtain a passing grade in order to continue in the Co-op Program.
Work Performance Grade: Very Good
Work Report Grade: Outstanding
Work Term III: Winter 2011
Employer: Techtronics Industries Canada Inc.

COOP*4000 Co-op Work Term IV F,W,S (3-0) [0.00]
This is a semester long experience in a paid work setting. Co-op work semesters differ depending on the program and major. Location of the semester is varied. Refer to program of study for the semester in which this is scheduled. Students must obtain a passing grade in order to continue in the Co-op Program.
Work Performance Grade: Outstanding
Work Report Grade: Outstanding
Work Term IV: Summer 2011
Employer: Techtronics Industries Canada Inc.

E-LIST

Communications Elective – E1

UNIV*1200 First Year Seminar W (3-0) [0.50]
First Year Seminars are interdisciplinary courses designed especially for first year students. The goal of the First Year Seminar course is to provide opportunities for students to participate in small enrolment, discussion-oriented classes in their first year. Different seminar topics are offered each year in each separate course section, reflecting the particular research or professional interest of the course instructor. The seminar course counts as a free elective in the student’s Schedule of Studies. For information about how the seminar courses may in some cases fulfil particular program distribution requirements, students should contact their program counsellor. A list of current and archived offerings is available by following the links on the First Year Seminars web page
Grade Achieved: 91%
Course Taken: Winter 2008
Seminar Chosen: Games, Decisions & Economic Behaviour

Marketing Environment Elective – E2

GEOG*1220 Human Impact on the Environment F,W (3-0) [0.50]
A global overview of the changing relationships among society, technology and the environment. This course emphasizes the major stages of human use of resources and the environmental consequences of global changes in production systems. It contrasts Third and First World experiences, focusing on core-periphery relationships. (Also offered through distance education format.)
Grade Achieved: 76%
Course Taken: Fall 2007

History Elective – E3

HIST*2800 The History of the Modern Family W (3-0) [0.50]
An examination of the family since 1500 with particular emphasis on the English speaking world, though comparisons will be made with other societies. Topics considered will include: change in the legal structure of marriage; power relations and sex roles within the family; the role of kin in the family; changing attitudes to sexuality; the attitude of state to the family and its functions.
Grade Achieved: 76%
Course Taken: Winter 2009

Global Perspective Elective – E4

ECON*2410 Intermediate Macroeconomics S,F,W (3-1) [0.50]
The analysis of closed economy models of aggregate spending, output, employment, prices and interest rates under alternative assumptions about the nature of labour, product and financial markets. The analysis of theories of consumption, investment and money demand. (Also offered through distance education format.)
Grade Achieved: 76%
Course Taken: Winter 2009

Leadership/Professionalism Elective – E5

PHIL*2600 Business and Professional Ethics W (3-0) [0.50]
An examination of ethical and evaluative issues relating to business and professional practices. Topics to be explored include the nature of values and ethical systems, duties and rights, private and public goods, the consumer movement, social marketing, corporate social accounting, private right and professional responsibility. Intended for students registered in a science or professional program, but without a background in philosophy.
Grade Achieved: 79%
Course Taken: Winter 2010

Capstone Elective – E6

MCS*4300 Marketing and Society W (3-0) [0.50]
This course focuses on how the dissemination of marketing knowledge can influence society through the decisions made by public policy makers, corporate decision makers and non-profit marketers. It also covers how the marketing decisions made and actions taken by corporate, non-profit and public sector decision makers can affect society. As the theme of ‘reciprocal influence’ is developed, both direct and indirect influences of marketing knowledge and marketing decisions are pursued. (First offering — Winter 2011)
Grade Achieved: 85%
Course Taken: Winter 2012

OTHER ELECTIVES

ZOO*1500 Humans in the Natural World – a Zoological Perspective S, F,W (3-0) [0.50]
This course will examine past and present human interactions with Nature from an ecological perspective. It investigates current global issues that require multi-disciplinary environmental analysis. (Also offered through distance education format.)
Grade Achieved: 86%
Course Taken: Fall 2007

GEOG*1200 Society and Space F,W (3-0) [0.50]
This course introduces key concepts in contemporary Human Geography. The course applies a spatial perspective in exploring a wide ranging series of processes and issues in society. Topics include population growth and migration, models and challenges of urban and rural development, interpretation of cultural landscapes and selected issues relating to social welfare. (Also offered through distance education format.)
Grade Achieved: 73%
Course Taken: Winter 2008

SOC*1100 Sociology S,F,W (3-0) [0.50]
An introductory course dealing with the basic concepts and methods of sociology applied to societies, groups and individuals. Students will gain an understanding of basic social processes such as socialization, social exchange, deviance and conformity, social change and basic social institutions such as the economy, the polity, the family, religion, education. (Also offered through distance education format.)
Grade Achieved: 79%
Course Taken: Winter 2010

NUTR*1010 Nutrition and Society F,W (3-0) [0.50]
The significance of nutrition in terms of individuals and societies throughout the world. Factors involved in the application of knowledge of nutritional needs and food selection. Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition. (Also offered through Distance Education format.)
Grade Achieved: 86%
Course Taken: Summer 2011

CIS*1000 Introduction to Computer Applications S,F,W (3-2) [0.50]
This course provides a survey of computer systems and software, including an introduction to computer programming, data organization and the social impact of computing. The course contains an emphasis on application packages for personal and business use. Not recommended for students with previous computer science background. Cannot be taken for credit by students taking a major or minor in Computing and Information Science. (Also offered in Distance Education format.)
Grade Achieved: 86%
Course Taken: Winter 2012

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