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Are you trying to explore a new career path? Or are you looking to gain a particular skills to set you apart in the job market? UCW’s micro-credentials are focused on technology, business and innovation and can help you gain valuable and specific skills in a short amount of time.
Provides an overview of logistics functions and their application to supply chain management, emphasizing the total integration of the supply chain from raw material production through to customer support and final disposal.
The Data and Web Analytics Micro‑Credential by the Digital Marketing Institute will quickly make you familiar with the core principles and best practices in web analytics and data management.
The Online E-Commerce Micro‑Credential is perfect for professionals looking to upskill with a focus on career-ready learning, industry insights and expert-driven case studies.
Ranked as top 10 best online university in Canada for 2021
Personalized learning and flexible delivery modes (study online or on-campus)
Two easily-accessible campuses located in vibrant downtown Vancouver, Canada
100% of MBA students have secured employment within six months of graduation
Knowledgeable faculty with first-hand industry experience
With an average class size of 21, students can enjoy high levels of engagement
88% of MBA students have secured employment within three months of graduation
Transfer your credits to institutions throughout BC, Canada and abroad
Diversified student body with more than 90 nationalities represented on campus
Come join staff members from CPHR BC & Yukon as they shed light on the HR profession, the benefits of holding the nationally recognized CPHR designation and the pathways to earn it.
The team will also talk about the accreditation benefits that you can take advantage of as an MBA student in the HR elective area at UCW and how you can get a discounted student membership with the association.
Students will learn about effective interviewing techniques and how to answer tricky behavioral and skill-related questions with ease and confidence, as well as the do's and don'ts for an interview and tips for a successful interview.
Students will understand the application process for the Graduate Internship course with the Internship Coordinator. You can ask questions about the course, application process, opportunities and resources that are available.
Getting connected with your Academic Advisor is a key component of your start at UCW as your Academic Advisor supports you throughout your academic journey. You will also learn about the usage of the Academic Advising tab on the MyUCW Student Portal, and ways you can meet with an Academic Advisor.
This session will highlight what APA is, why it's important and how you can apply the rules of APA style citation to your own work. The information shared during this session is relevant to all students as APA is the mandatory citation style at UCW. As such, we recommend all students attend this workshop.
Dr. Michael A. works as the chief technical officer of Empower ID, an Ohio-based cloud software company that specializes in identity and access management.
Dr. Min K received his Ph.D in Management from the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, USA and holds membership in Academy of Management and Society for Judgment and Decision Making.
Theo Wang used the skills and knowledge he learned at University Canada West to land a job as an auditor for the Real Estate Council of British Columbia (RECBC).
Dr. Chand is keenly interested in research and has presented her research work at various platforms including Cardiff Organisational Researcher’s Group Conferences held in various cities.
"The faculty is very experienced as some of them are CEOs of companies and have taught at other universities"
With over 30 years of experience in the financial sector, both as a consultant and as an executive in financial institutions
"I am really enjoying the courses so far. The professors are great. They are really supportive."