Online learning provides the flexibility to learn by removing the limits of time and space. Learn on your own schedule and study during the times of the day when you are at your most productive.
Open Learning at Western Continuing Studies is an open admission online mode of study that provides access to degree-credit university courses for individuals who wish to study independently, but are not interested in pursuing a degree at Western University at the present time. Our Open Learning courses provide the academic rigour at Western for those who are interested in personal enrichment and professional development.Find out more ...
Post-Degree Diploma Programs are designed for university students and graduates wanting specific knowledge, skills and experience necessary to move into an exciting career and meet the demands of today’s employers. A diploma complements your undergraduate degree and can help you reach your career goals by providing you with the skills that today’s employers demand.
Join popular art historian Sonia Halpern in exploring the various ways in which women have been depicted in the history of art since the Renaissance period. The images reveal how differently male and female artists have approached the subject of women, and the various socio-historic reasons for these differences.
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In today’s highly competitive business world, good management is essential to organizational success.
Don’t get left behind. Strengthen your career path and accelerate your professional development today.
If you would like to expand your current skill set and advance your career, the Professional Certificate in Management is for you! Whether you are a current manager, just launching your career, or contemplating a career change, you will benefit from the skills and knowledge you will obtain from this program.
This course uses a case study approach to engage students in examining and discussing a broad range of business situations where analysis and decision-making are required. Emphasis is placed on management’s function to make decisions in relation to finance, marketing, operations, organizational behaviour and general management.
Jan 13 - Apr 14
What to Expect
There is a reasonable amount of work involved outside the classroom. Textbooks are required, and reading will be assigned on a regular basis.
Please come to this course prepared to share your experiences, opinions and perspectives with the class.
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