To provide our grads with the best and most up-to-date advertising and marketing communications skills of any advertising school in Canada.
Faculty have experience as senior advertising executives at major international and national companies.
The most up-to-date curriculum of any advertising program in Ontario.
Students will develop complete advertising and integrated marketing communications plans and programs, from the business planning stage to the final preparation of creative materials.
Our students have won more gold medals in Advertising and Marketing Communications competitions than any other College in Ontario.
We arrange a four week internship for all students. Note: Participation in internship may be restricted for students not meeting minimum internship requirements.
Nine new Internet marketing courses.
Emphasis on solving real advertising problems and developing real advertising materials.
The Interactive Advertising Bureau of Canada will award each student the IAB Internet Master's Certificate, an added value of $2500.
There are a wide variety of career paths available including: digital media, social networking management, account management, copywriting, event planning, media planning and buying, public relations, Internet marketing and advertising, consumer behaviour, relationship management and many, many more. It's no wonder that 90% of our grads are employed within 6 months, pursuing careers in Windsor, Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and many more.
Bachelor of Professional Arts in Communications Studies: Student is granted 60 credits towards the 120 credit degree.
Bachelor of Human Resources and Labour Relations, Bachelor of Management in Marketing (4 year program): Student is granted 30 credits towards a 120 credit degree.
Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing: Student must take 11 courses (a minimum of 30 residency hours).
Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Business Administration in Strategic Management: Student must take 11 undergraduate courses and 13 graduate courses (a minimum of 60 residency hours).
Griffith University, Australia: Students can complete a Bachelor Degree in Communications in two semesters.
Students who have successfully completed a related program at the college, or have a university degree in Business/Marketing can apply for credit transfers to accelerate the time necessary to acquire their advanced diploma. Applicants must contact the Program Coordinator before applying.
WHY CHOOSE ST. CLAIR COLLEGE'S ADVERTISING PROGRAM?
St. Clair's Advertising & Marketing Communications Management program has a lot to brag about. Our students outperform - having won more advertising competitions than any of the other Ontario advertising school. We pride ourselves on the 90% employment rate that our graduates enjoy within 6 months of completion. The Interactive Advertising Bureau of Canada calls ours “the most up-to-date curriculum of any of the Ontario advertising schools.”
But enough about us, this is about you. Why is all of this good for you? Because you never miss an episode of Mad Men. Because you are a creative thinker and a problem solver. Because you write, design, and spend hours on interactive media. If this sounds like you, St. Clair's Advertising & Marketing Communications Management program is for you.
The highly experienced faculty offer students the best in marketing and advertising training. Students will learn: the Business of Advertising and the Psychology of Advertising, Principles of Marketing, Layout and Design, Print Media, Digital and Web Design and Copywriting. You will be developing complete and integrated plans and programs in: marketing and communications, advertising, promotions and public relations, event planning, business and creatives in both the traditional and web arenas.
As if all this isn't enough, we also arrange a month-long work internship for you. Plus, should you be interested in further education, your credits can gain you standing at various universities including: Athabasca, Wilfrid Laurier, Davenport, Windsor, Wayne State and Griffith.
The standard tuition and compulsory fees for the current academic year:
For programs with Experiential Learning (Work Placement/Internship): Costs for accommodation, if needed, travel and related expenses is at the student's own expense. It is recommended for most programs, that students have access to a laptop or desktop computer while away from home during experiential learning periods.