Whether you are working towards a professional designation, wishing to gain skills and expertise to advance to more senior positions or looking to enhance your performance, the Sprott School of Business Executive Education offers a variety of high-quality certificate programs to help you achieve your goals.
This initiative is an investment in future generations of Indigenous business leaders and the future of business in Canada. The centre offers the Indigenous community space to strengthen their business skills, explore their entrepreneurial aspirations and build connections to business networks.
Innovation Hub supports the Carleton community in adopting innovative, impactful, and inclusive approaches to solving the world’s biggest challenges. We also recognize the importance of building connections between individuals’ core beliefs and the desired impacts.
The Mental Health and Well-being Research and Training Hub (MeWeRTH) is composed of researchers, students, and community partners with a shared interest in mental health, well-being, and resilience. MeWeRTH is a virtual space housed within the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Carleton University.
The Global Academy is, together with Carleton International and the full Carleton community, designed to enhance activities that support Carleton’s global engagement.
NPSIA Professional Training and Development provides non-credit, short-term training and development programs to help meet the ongoing educational needs of professionals seeking international careers or who are undertaking work in an international secretariat at home or abroad.
The Transportation Policy and Innovation Centre (TPIC) was designated as a Carleton University Research Centre in 2016 and acts as an interdisciplinary centre for research, education, and consulting in public policy in transportation.
The CMFE is a Public Affairs Research Centre that is housed in the Economics Department and is open to and includes researchers from across the University and external research community.
The Transportation Policy and Innovation Centre (TPIC) was designated as a Carleton Adults of all ages are welcome to participate in a community of lifelong learners who enjoy acquiring knowledge about new topics, discussing issues of common interests, and sharing life stories. Whatever your educational background or interests, explore our intellectually stimulating non-credit offerings on a wide variety of subjects.
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