(Less than one year, or one to two full-time semesters)
A typical certificate in Canada involves three to eight academic months of post-secondary study in a single subject. Common subject areas include
The aim of a certificate is to give post-secondary students the skills and knowledge for an entry-level vocation. All colleges and universities offer certificate programs of different lengths. A Canadian secondary school diploma or essential subject prerequisites are required for admission into a certificate program.
(Two years minimum, or four to six full-time semesters)
College/universities Diploma programs are mainly developed to meet specific demands of trades and technical or vocational careers, and – depending on the job required – may span upwards of three of four years. Diploma programs are also likely to have a
Admission into a college diploma program requires a completed senior secondary program in Canada (or its equivalent).
However, these programs vary widely from institution to institution, and from province to province.
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