Certificate Programs

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Certificate in Accounting

Certificate in Accounting

This certificate provides the academic training necessary for performing the accounting function.

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Certificate in Accounting (30 credits)

The Certificate in Accounting aims to provide students with the appropriate competencies in the area of accounting using learner-centered instructional methods so as to prepare them for a variety of careers in accounting. The program is designed to provide a solid knowledge base in various accounting related fields, such as financial and managerial accounting,...

For more information, see Certificate in Accounting (30 credits).

CPA Contact Information

CPA Contact Information

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Certificate in Applied Finance

Certificate in Applied Finance

This certificate provides students with a solid knowledge base in finance and prepares them for a variety of careers in finance.

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Certificate in Applied Finance (30 credits)

This program aims to provide students with the appropriate competencies in the area of finance using learner-centered instructional methods to prepare them for a variety of careers in finance. The program is designed to provide a solid knowledge base in various finance related fields, such as corporate finance, investment banking and portfolio management, risk...

For more information, see Certificate in Applied Finance (30 credits).

Certificate in Applied Marketing

Certificate in Applied Marketing

The new Certificate in Applied Marketing is designed to equip students with a solid grounding in marketing terminology and current practices so they will be prepared for entry-level jobs in a range of areas within the marketing field. Focus is on hands-on projects, career networking, and the effects of rapidly changing consumer habits and digital communications technology.

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Certificate in Applied Marketing (30 credits)

The Certificate in Applied Marketing is intended for students who wish to acquire basic knowledge of the marketing field that will allow them to aspire to entry-level positions in business, industry, and not-for-profit organizations. It will introduce students to theories and concepts of marketing, and provide an opportunity to apply these in practical situations.

For more information, see Certificate in Applied Marketing (30 credits).

Certificate in Entrepreneurship

Certificate in Entrepreneurship

This certificate in Entrepreneurship provides an understanding of what is required to launch and maintain a sustainable venture.

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Certificate in Entrepreneurship (30 credits)

This program is designed primarily for non-business students who are interested in starting a business of their own. It provides a thorough understanding of what is required to start and maintain a sustainable venture. Students will acquire the tools necessary to identify opportunity, assess entrepreneurial potential, produce a business plan, organize, promote and...

For more information, see Certificate in Entrepreneurship (30 credits).

Certificate in Health and Social Services Management

Certificate in Health and Social Services Management

The Certificate in Health and Social Services Management focuses on the development of skills in the day-to-day management of the provision of health services in terms of both efficiency and human criteria.

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Certificate in Health and Social Services Management (30 credits)

The Certificate in Health and Social Services Management will provide learners with an integrated base of management knowledge in the field of health and social services. It will focus on the development of skills in the day-to-day management of the provision of services in terms of both efficiency and human criteria.

For more information, see Certificate in Health and Social Services Management (30 credits).

Certificate in Human Resources Management

Certificate in Human Resources Management

This certificate provides an introduction to the disciplines and basic practices of human resources management (HRM).

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Certificate in Human Resources Management (30 credits)

The Certificate in Human Resources Management provides an introduction to the disciplines and basic practices of human resources management. In addition, the Certificate program presents an overview of the specialized functions and some of the current and future issues in the area of personnel. It prepares students for the job market and to write the CHRP exam.

For more information, see Certificate in Human Resources Management (30 credits).

Certificate in Management

Certificate in Management

This certificate prepares students for positions in general management and sets the stage for further management education.

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Certificate in Management (30 credits)

The Certificate in Management presents a broad survey of underlying disciplines, and an introduction to the functional areas in management. The completion of this certificate with the appropriate electives satisfies most of the requirements for the Canadian Institute of Management (CIM). ...

For more information, see Certificate in Management (30 credits).

Certificate in Marketing

Certificate in Marketing

Currently under review. Admissions will not be accepted for the 2014–2015 academic year.

This certificate introduces students to theories and concepts of marketing, and provides an opportunity to apply these in practical situations.

Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2014-2015 (last updated Apr. 15, 2014) (disclaimer)

Certificate in Marketing (30 credits)

Currently under review. Admissions will not be accepted for this academic year. ...

For more information, see Certificate in Marketing (30 credits).

Certificate in Public Relations and Communications Management

Certificate in Public Relations and Communications Management

This certificate is designed to meet the growing demand for professional expertise in this field. It is both professionally based and student oriented.

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Certificate in Public Relations and Communications Management (30 credits)

The field of Public Relations and Communications Management has been changing dramatically in recent years. Digital (including social media) is changing the way publics and organizations communicate. Increased consciousness by companies of their social responsibility, and a need for greater accountability to stakeholders, have led to an awareness in both the...

For more information, see Certificate in Public Relations and Communications Management (30 credits).

Certificate in Risk Management

Certificate in Risk Management

Currently under review. Admissions will not be accepted for the 2014–2015 academic year.

This certificate will increase the basic knowledge and educational excellence of risk managers and others seeking an education in risk management.

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Certificate in Risk Management (30 credits)

Currently under review. Admissions will not be accepted for this academic year. ...

For more information, see Certificate in Risk Management (30 credits).

Certificate in Software Development

Certificate in Software Development

This certificate provides a solid foundation in software application development.

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Certificate in Software Development (30 credits)

The certificate acts as a bridge to higher-level computing qualifications and provides a solid foundation in the concepts and techniques required for effective planning, design, and development of software applications and systems; and applied computer knowledge in networking and internet technologies. The program provides individuals with the knowledge and skills...

For more information, see Certificate in Software Development (30 credits).

Certificate in Supply Chain Management and Logistics

Certificate in Supply Chain Management and Logistics

This certificate provides a solid foundation in the concepts and techniques required for a career in the manufacturing supply chain industry.

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Certificate in Supply Chain Management and Logistics (30 credits)

The Supply Chain Management and Logistics Certificate program is comprised of 2 core courses and 2 sets of courses. The Production and Inventory Control set will provide students with a strong background in manufacturing supply chain environments and will lead them toward a CPIM designation offered by APICS, provided that the students pass the APICS examinations....

For more information, see Certificate in Supply Chain Management and Logistics (30 credits).

Certificate in Systems Analysis and Design

Certificate in Systems Analysis and Design

Currently under review. Admissions will not be accepted for the 2014–2015 academic year.

This certificate provides a solid foundation in the concepts and techniques required for effective planning and design of software applications and systems.

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Certificate in Systems Analysis and Design (30 credits)

Currently under review. Admissions will not be accepted for this academic year. ...

For more information, see Certificate in Systems Analysis and Design (30 credits).

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