Yes, this is full-time program. You will be taking 5 courses each semester. The courses are either 3 or 4 hours long and will be in a computer lab, a More →
Ministry-accredited means that the SenecaSoMe social media graduate certificate program has been reviewed, approved and is recognized by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.
If I have already sent my high school and College/University transcripts to Seneca for a previous application, do I need to resend my transcript or will Seneca have it on file?
You do not need to send your transcripts again but you do need to share your student number with the registration office so that they can locate your file.
Yes, the SenecaSoMe program is eligible for OSAP. See this link http://www.senecacollege.ca/registrar/financialaid/index.html
We offer support through Seneca Career Services. You can follow them on Twitter or check this link http://www.senecacollege.ca/student/careerservices
The Full-Time Seneca Social Media (SenecaSoMe) graduate certificate program is designed to offer hands-on experience. As a result, the class sizes are capped at 25.
Your application will need to be evaluated by either ICAS or WES to Ontario standards before we can make a decision on your application.
You are responsible for finding your own field placement position. However, we have a number of industry partners that are eager to have SenecaSoMe students placed in their organization. As More →
Information on housing for Seneca students can be found here: http://www.senecac.on.ca/housing/
You can enrol right up to the start of classes in September. However, if you REALLY want to a part of SenecaSoMe, you should register early to confirm your seat.
A Field Placement will assist you in relating the theory you learn in school, to practice in the field of Social Media. It is usually an unpaid placement, and results More →
A capstone course is a final semester course where you synthesize knowledge acquired in the previous semester, and integrate it with what you’re learning in the 2nd semester towards a More →
At present, only one course is offered online in the 1st semester.