Certificate in Urban Studies may be pursued by any non-Urban Studies major in an undergraduate program and requires at least 24 credits.
Upon completion of the certificate, students will be competent to perform analysis of public policies in light of the role of government in civil society
Learn about specific areas such as risk management, investment and taxation, and develop the ability to integrate and analyze all aspects of a client’s financial needs
You’ll develop an understanding of the Emergency Management Response Cycle, including hazard identification, risk analysis/evaluation/mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery.
York University's Bridging Program for Internationally Educated Professionals (IEPs) works with small and large local businesses, not-for-profits, professional associations and accreditation bodies to help IEPs transition into a position that matches their education, credentials and experience.
You’ll gain specialized training in financial and management accounting, personal and corporate income taxation, and advanced financial applications.