Looking to turn your passion, skills, talents and abilities into profit? Concordia's new Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship is a program designed to help graduates reach their dreams, and turn their skills into a micro-enterprise, entering the self-employment community and learning to start a business from the ground up.
From artists to psychologists, from graphic designers to freelance writers, over 15% of the Canadian workforce is self-employed.
The Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship (GCE) is a short, focused, graduate-level business program that provides students from various backgrounds with the critical skills and knowledge they need to plan, launch and sustain their own micro-enterprise.
This unique 15-credit program can be completed on a part-time or full-time basis, and is designed specifically for non-business students wishing to start their own micro-enterprise such as an artist-run studio, design firm, or professional practice.
This on-site, in-person info session will have program representatives as well as JMSB recruiters in attendance, to answer any questions you have following the info session presentation. Join us on April 4 to learn about this unique graduate program.