A Professional Development Certificate is a non-credit micro-program of no less than 12 Continuing Education Units (120 hours of study) with focus on acquisition of practical in-demand knowledge and skills.
The micro-programs are primarily targeted at professionals who already have some experience in a specific industry or professional field and wish to sharpen their professional skills and competencies, as well as validate them through academic recognition.
The McGill Community for Lifelong Learning (MCLL) offers educational programs for mature learners who wish to continue learning simply for the joy of it. Our peer-moderated study groups and lectures cover a wide range of subjects: Arts, Literature, History, Music, Science, Philosophy, World Culture, and Travel. You’ll enjoy expanding your knowledge, making new friends, and being a student again in the surroundings of a world-renowned university – with no exams!