Find the perfect intern for your creative enterprise
Students study 2 creative fields, choosing from fashion business, music industry, journalism, film industry, radio & television, interior design, theatre, communications, performance and visual culture.
Required communications and industry-related courses include: intellectual property, marketing, digital design, entrepreneurship and economic development strategies for creative enterprises.
A business management concentration ensures solid analytical skills and includes: operations management, market analysis, basic accounting, budgets and forecasts, financial management.
The Intern Skill Set
Students are equipped with an agile skillset
that includes analytical, problem solving, design, business and communications skills
"The program gives [students] the nitty-gritty practical realities of their fields that are oft unseen, from handling digital rights and protecting intellectual property to understanding the value of free-trade agreements for creative exports." read more
Adrian Lee, "Taking Care of Business,"
Macleans's Magazine, September 21, 2014.
"Our society continues to seek creative entrepreneurs to build out both our future economy and social infrastructure. This programme provides the skill sets and tools for those future creative leaders to successfully launch their careers."
CEO, Toronto Symphony Orchestra
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