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Career and Professional Development Programs

Undergraduate Programs

The following programs are available to students who are attending full-time studies. Eligible students may apply to the following Certificate Programs for the fall, winter or spring sessions:

  • Management
  • Human Resources Management

Students may apply to the following Certificate Programs for the fall, winter or spring sessions, however they may be required to take the Certificate in Management in conjunction with their program of choice in order to maintain full-time status:

  • Accounting
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Marketing
  • Public Relations
  • Health and Social Services Management
  • Supply Chain Management and Logistics
  • Software Development

Admission Requirements – Undergraduate Certificate Programs

  1. Students must hold a CEGEP diploma (Diploma of Collegial Studies in Quebec or equivalent); OR
  2. Students 21 years of age and over who do not have the normal academic background for admission may be admitted as mature students.

Note:
Students between 18 and 21 who do not have a CEGEP diploma but have at least a high school leaving certificate may be accepted into a qualifying program to be determined by the Department. Formal admission to the certificate program will normally follow upon satisfactory completion of the qualifying program.

Students below 18 years of age without a CEGEP diploma (D.E.C.) will not be admitted to a certificate program nor will they be permitted to take courses.

Graduate Programs (Undergraduate Degree Required)

Diplomas

The following programs can be completed in four semesters:

  • Diploma in Accounting
  • Diploma in Management with a concentration in one of the following areas:
    • Internet Business
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Health and Social Services Management
    • Human Resources
    • International Business
    • Leadership
    • Marketing
    • Supply Chain and Operations Management
    • Public Relations

The following programs can be completed in three semesters:

  • Diploma in Management (General)
  • Diploma in Internet Business Technology
  • Diploma in Public Relations Management
  • Diploma in Human Resources Management

Admission Requirements Graduate Diploma Programs

To be admitted to a 30 credit Diploma Program, applicants must have an undergraduate degree from an approved university and meet the language requirements. Some programs have additional requirements that are noted within the description of the specific program.
Applicants who have studied outside Canada are advised to request an evaluation of their degree called an “Évaluation comparative des études effectuées hors du Québec” from Québec’s Ministère de l’immigration et de Communautés culturelles”. Further details can be found on the web at, http://www.immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/en/education/comparative-evaluation/index.html or by calling (514) 864-9191. International students should refer to this link for information on how to obtain a visa and study permit.

Graduate Certificates

Any combination of two Graduate Certificates taken concurrently can be completed by International Students in three or four semesters provided they have a Bachelor of Commerce degree or equivalent as deemed by Quebec’s Ministère des Relations avec les citoyens et de l’immigration (MRCI):

Example:

  • Graduate Certificate in Internet Business and Graduate Certificate in Leadership
  • Or any other combination of two graduate certificates from any of the disciplines

Admission Requirements Graduate Certificate Programs

To be admitted to the 15 credit Graduate Certificate Program, applicants must have a Bachelor of Commerce degree or equivalent (unless otherwise stipulated), as approved by the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research. Students holding other degrees may follow a Qualifying Program to gain access to the Graduate Certificate Program. Some programs have additional requirements that are noted within the description of the specific program. Please visit our website at for details.

Applicants who have studied outside Canada are advised to request an evaluation of their degree called an “Évaluation comparative des études effectuées hors du Québec” from Québec’s Ministère de l’immigration et de Communautés culturelles”. Further details can be found on the web at, http://www.immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/en/education/comparative-evaluation/index.html or by calling (514) 864-9191. International students should refer to this link for information on how to obtain a visa and study permit.

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