York University (Toronto, Ont.). Centre for Continuing Education

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York University (Toronto, Ont.). Centre for Continuing Education

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1967-

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The Centre for Continuing Education was established in 1967 as an adult education institute offering non-degree course in the fields of Arts and Communication, Human Relations, Urban Studies and Special Studies in Education. The Centre' s instructors are drawn from York's faculties and from professionals in the fields of instruction. Courses are offered in cooperation with institutes and organizations in specific fields. Formal classes, workshops, seminars and discussion groups are the preferred means of education in the Centre. The Centre offers instruction in the areas of Business (economics, accounting marketing), Management organizational behaviour, interpersonal communications), Industrial Relations, Language Skills and Law. The Centre offers bridging courses for those who wish to pursue education at the university level at some future time. In addition the Centre works in cooperation with those York faculties that offer non-degree courses, as a provider of expertise in areas of course content and development.

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2019/06/11 J. Grant. Creation.

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