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Adaptive and Integrated Learning
The Adaptive and Integrated Learning academic domain focuses on providing access to higher education and community-based, experiential learning, including lifelong educational programs for mature learners. It offers academic pathways and post-secondary preparatory programs for adult learners, Indigenous and other marginalized communities, including global workforce development initiatives.
Administration and Governance
Planning, analyzing, and controlling the execution of strategies are critical in private and public-sector organizations. Content areas in this academic domain include human resources, accounting, finance, and public administration, as well as specific application of these competencies to fields such as health and social services management, parliamentary governance, and property management.
Global and Strategic Communication
The Global and Strategic Communication (GSC) domain focuses on the theory and practice of applied communication and cross-cultural competencies in a strategic and/or global context. Programs in this field equip learners with the knowledge and analytical and practical skills necessary to develop and implement communication strategies for globalized organizations. Our undergraduate, graduate, and non-credit programs in areas such as public relations, marketing, communication studies, translation, and language acquisition enable individuals to strategically position their organizations for success and to achieve their personal and professional goals in rapidly changing local and global contexts.
Management and Entrepreneurship
Professionals with applied management and entrepreneurship skills are drivers of both the Quebec and global economy. Programs in this academic domain cover business management and entrepreneurship, as well as industry-specific applications of management skills, supply management, executive production for creative industries, and other fast-growing fields.
Technology and Innovation
The technology-related programming in this academic domain centres on various aspects of digital transformation, from general competencies in computer and information technology opportunities to specialize in various fields.
Professional and Corporate Education
Our professional and corporate education unit offers non-credit professional development workshops and courses, micro-credentials, certification exam preparation, upskilling and reskilling opportunities for professionals from entry to mid-senior level across all industries, as well as learning solutions tailored to employer's needs.
We work with employers to help them equip employees with essential workplace skills, develop technological fluency, boost financial and data literacy, maximize productivity, manage projects, foster collaboration, teamwork, creativity and innovation, and develop future leaders.