Business Studies

Business Studies

The Northview Business program strives to give students a breadth of opportunities to experience their learning in and outside the classroom and across the curriculum. We offer courses in accounting, business technology, marketing, investing, entrepreneurship and financial literacy. 

In 2022-23, business students have the opportunity to participate and enrich their learning through programs offered throughout the TDSB and our eduational partners.  Students can participate in DECA, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), SheBiz, The Rotman Challenge, GoIT Monthly Challenge, Intro to Advertising, and a number of Junior Achievement (JA) programs:

  • Investment Challenge (Stock Market)
  • Company Program (Entrepreneurship)
  • World of Choices (Career Exploration)
  • Job Shadow Accelerator Program (Leadership and Mentoring)

Our students are encouraged to embrace experiential learning opportunities to showcase their skills and discover their passion for business. 

A focus on innovation and “out of the box” thinking is encouraged across all our business courses to prepare our students for new jobs and careers in the 21st century.


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Courses Offered

Grade 9
BTT1O - Information Technology in Business and Communications (also offered as an ESL course)

Grade 10
BBI2O - Introduction to Business (also offered as an ESL course)
Grade 11
BMI3C - Introduction to Marketing
BAF3M - Financial Accounting Fundamentals (also offered as an ESL course)

BTA3O -The Digital Environment
IDC3O1 - The Art of Business*

*New courses

Grade 12
BAT4M - Financial Accounting Principles
BBB4M - International Business
BOH4M - Business Management and Leadership
IDC4U - Financial Securities


Northview students also have the opportunity to participate in Business Club initiatives through the Phoenix Nest.  Students can also run small ventures in order to earn income for a charitable organization of there choice, such as the North York Harvest Food Bank.


Contact Information

Assistant Curriculum Leader: Mr. D. Oppenheimer
Office Number: 129.5
Telephone Number: 416 395 3290 extension 20105
Staff: C. Grande, Y. Zhang, D. Oppenheimer, Mr. Panovski