(September and January intakes)
The Engineering Business and Safety Management Graduate Certificate Program is a unique program developed for international students with an engineering degree (e.g. civil, mechanical, industrial, and others). It will enhance their knowledge and skills in the specialized area of engineering business and safety management.
The program is designed to enable students to meet the demand in the engineering, industrial and construction sectors for staff with expertise in the areas of project management, occupational health and safety management, human resources, and contract and cost management. In the fourth semester, the 15-week work integrated learning component will provide a hands-on learning experience. It may take the form of an intensive applied learning project or a work placement. It will strengthen the students’ engineering management skills and increase their preparation for employment upon graduation.
NOTE: Students should be aware that the number of approved work placements is limited and the College does not guarantee a work placement position for every student in the fourth semester. While the College will provide some assistance to qualified students seeking a work placement, not all students will qualify nor will all be successful in securing an approved placement. An alternative work integrated learning opportunity will be provided.
The Engineering Business and Safety Management program has received program validation by the provincial Credentials Validation Service through the Ontario College Quality Assurance Service.
How to Apply
Domestic (Canadian) students may also apply to this program. However, domestic students should be aware that it is offered on a full-tuition, cost recovery basis, and additional tuition fees apply. For more information please contact our Admissions Department or phone (807) 475-6213.
Apply for this program using the online application, or contact our International Education Centre for more information.
Tuition Fees and Other Costs
- $15,689 + $1,725 program costs (2019/20)