In the Management Diploma Program, students develop essential business skills (such as in accounting, economics, marketing, and writing), as well as specific managerial skills related to human resources and strategy, in preparation for a rewarding career in management or further studies.

Co-operative education alternates semesters of classroom studies with paid, full-time work, giving you hands-on experience that will make you job ready when you graduate. Work terms are usually four or eight months and take place after you have completed the second or third semester of your academic program.

Find out more about Co-operative Education at Douglas.