TALK provides you the opportunity to gain a deep understanding of the modern business world by studying the most important subjects while developing your professional business skills and advancing your English proficiency.
Courses are designed to cover the theoretical basis and fundamental principles of each subject, and include analytical tools used by business managers to make important real-life decisions.
These are avocational courses and do not prepare students for a job of any type.
The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) is a group of standardized tests created and administered by College Board, an American not-for-profit organization
created to expand access to higher education. These tests provide a mechanism for earning college credits at lower cost (currently $85) and higher convenience. The
tests are administered at more than 1,700 sites across the United States and there are about 2,900 colleges which grant CLEP credit.
The DSST Program (DSST) was developed by the US Department of Defense for service members but it is now open to all students. The program includes a group of standardized tests created and administered by Prometric, an American education and
testing company. These tests provide a mechanism for earning college credits at lower cost (currently around $100) and higher convenience. The tests are administered
at many sites across the United States and there are about 1,500 colleges which grant DSST credit.
Courses are taught at the first-year US college level and cover the fundamental principles, practice, concepts, and theory of the subject. Course curricula follow nationally, and internationally accepted guidelines as determined by the College Board or the American Council on Education.
Courses follow the curriculum of the designated textbook, which is required for studies. The use of on-line resources is designed to enrich the learning experience.
The goal is for students to develop an understanding of the history and sources of American Law and the Legal System. Emphasis is placed on the functions of contracts in American business law, torts, agency and employment and sales.
The goal is for students to develop an understanding of the basic facts and concepts as well as general theoretical approaches used by sociologists. The course covers topics including the role of institutions, social patterns, social processes, social stratifications, and concludes with the sociological perspective.
|2022 Courses & Dates|
|Introduction to Business||Jan 03 to Feb 17|
|Money & Banking||Feb 22 to Apr 14|
|Human / Cultural Geography||Apr 19 to Jun 02|
|Summer Break||Jun 06 to Aug 26|
|Organizational Behaviour||Aug 29 to Oct 20|
|Personal Finance||Oct 24 to Dec 15|
|Class||9:00 – 9:50|
|Break||9:50 – 10:10|
|Class||10:10 – 11:50|
|Break||11:50 – 12:10|
|Class||12:10 – 13:00|
|Only on Monday|
|Break||13:00 – 13:30|
|Class||13:30 – 15:30|
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TALK Schools are accredited by the United States Department of Homeland Security and ACCET and are member of TESOL, NAFSA, IELTS and ATD.
TALK Schools is a part of the TALK Education Group, together with UnistudyUSA, TALK IELTS Center, TALK Kids, Real World Translations and Brentwood.