Your take-away

This certificate program is a great way to:

  • Explore writing for a variety of Internet and social media formats;
  • Identify and discuss various types (sub-genres) of writing for the web;
  • Gain a solid understanding of the travel writing genre;
  • Learn how to research a potential travel story with a specific angle;
  • Present your material to the travel-writing marketplace;
  • Learned how to successfully put together a “pitch” for a travel article;
  • Create your own blog.

Program courses

To get this certificate, students must complete the 2 courses listed below.  
*Click the blue links to get information about each course.

 


Create your program path

If you want to complete this program as efficiently as possible, or if you are looking to build a schedule that best suits your needs, please contact us at cce@concordia.ca; we will be happy to have a discussion with you. For course descriptions, schedules and registration click on the above course links.


Our approach

The courses in this program are all about writing, so you'll be doing a lot of it. You'll also learn through interactive workshops, exercises, group discussions, and assignments. Enthusiastic participation and effort are the keys to enjoyment and success in this program.


Who benefits most?

  • Students who want a certificate in language arts.
  • Anyone who wants to explore the travel-writing genre.
  • Anyone considering a career as a travel writer.
  • Retirees or business people who want to try something new to balance out their lives.
  • Anyone who loves to travel and wants to share their experiences.

CCE General inquiries

Phone: 514-848-3600
Fax: 514-848-2806
Email: cce@concordia.ca

English test centre

(IETLS, CAEL, CELPIP)
Email: language.test@concordia.ca



Mailing address

Concordia Continuing Education
1455 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W.
Montreal, Que.
CANADA  H3G 1M8

Visit CCE

1600 Ste-Catherine St. W.
FB-117 (1st floor)
Montreal, Que.


Hours

Monday–Friday9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

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