The Addictions and Community Services Worker program is comprised of on-campus lectures and labs, field trips, industry-related projects, and a work experience component that provides the student with the theory, hands-on experience, and applied learning opportunities. The program prepares the graduate for entry-level positions in community social services with particular attention to the specific needs of people affected with addiction. Students will have a firm grasp on the fundamentals related to addictions and community services, building relationships, life management, and finally, professional and workplace skills.
The Business Administration Management program trains students for entry positions in business management or for operation of their own independent businesses. Students will gain a combination of computer and office administration skills, as well as a practical foundation in office procedures, communications and marketing. The skills taught in this program will prepare students to enter the workforce with the confidence they need to land their first business administration management job. Students will even have work experience to add to their resume after a practicum at the end of their program.
The Graphic Design program teaches students to manipulate digital images using a broad range of software. Students in Graphic Design will develop a design technology skill-set using a wide range of design software applications. The program focuses on preparing students to pursue careers within the digital media and graphics fields. Graduates will be prepared to compete for roles as design software specialist or web graphics specialists, rather than graphic designers.