This program is designed for you – for any Queen’s graduate of non-business programs. The pARTnership Movement demonstrates how the arts can help businesses enhance the critical thinking and creative skills of their workforce and how arts organizations can develop new innovative business strategies. An area of specialization is a degree requirement for Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration – General Studies (BA-GBA) majors only. Depending on the university, this degree may also be called Master of Arts in Business, Master of Arts in Leadership or Master of Arts in Management.
The award, presented in association with the Toronto Arts Council Foundation, honours Torys’ pro bono work with CARFAC Ontario (Canadian Artists’ Representation/le Front des artistes canadiens) in operating the Visual Artists’ Legal Clinic of Ontario (VALCO).
This means applying the arts across our organisations in a strategic and operational way, not just in a one-off way. Must be registered as a full-time student at Queen’s University and maintain full-time status throughout the length of the Certificate in Business. Over the last 30 years, Robert Lowrey’s Piano Experts has established itself as a generous and committed supporter of artists and arts organizations across the GTA. The course is for creative graduates who want to turn their artistic and creative talents to a viable career or business start-up. Queen’s Certificate in Business has been designed for Queen’s University Arts and Science students who want to gain fundamental knowledge in the key areas of business, in order to broaden their career options upon graduation. The arts create an environment that blends backgrounds, ethnicities and cultures.
Students can study commercial or fine arts, take courses in business management, participate in PSAL sports and after school clubs and choose from a selection of Advanced Placement classes on scale with many large and selective high schools. Virtual Enterprise, a business management program, is run out of classroom filled with computers and office equipment. And beyond the career advantages that these skills confer, there’s a broader case for offering a liberal-arts education to the hundreds of thousands of students who graduate every year with business degrees. Founded in 1997 to help alleviate overcrowding at Newtown High School , Arts & Business still draws many students zoned for Newtown, but also attracts kids from across Queens and other boroughs too.
This degree is not as popular as the two-year MBA program, and universities typically offer it in conjunction with some sort of other professional degree, such as a law or medical degree, for students who want to show future employers that they are familiar with the fundamentals of business.