Graduate Certificate in Food Media

Centennial College - Progress Campus

Postgraduate Certificate / Diploma

Canada,Ontario

12 Months

Duration

CAD$ 17,226/year

Tuition Fee

CAD$ 95 FREE

Application Fee

Jan 2023

Apply Date

Canada, Ontario

Type: College

Location Type: Urban

Founded: 1966

Total Students: 26,000 +

Int. Students: 9,000 +

Campus Detail

Main Campus Address

941 Progress Ave, Scarborough, ON M1G 3T8, Canada

Graduate Certificate in Food Media

Program Overview

Centennial College's Food Media graduate certificate program will bring together your passion for the food industry and media to provide you with the necessary skills to succeed as a food product creator, developer, presenter, advertiser and marketer. Through a focus on the entrepreneurial use of personalized branding and marketing, you'll gain the know-how to successfully advertise and market your own food product or service.

Innovative and interactive courses will teach you to identify your target market audience, design and deliver creative messages, and negotiate for the appropriate media product to achieve the desired communication and presentation results. Using these creative skills and food knowledge, you'll harness the power of the media to deliver messages to attract revenue-generating streams and opportunities.

Program Highlights

  • Among the entrepreneurial opportunities you'll be able to identify and implement will be food image and brand specialist, freelance food writer, marketing specialist, food segment producer, and entertainment and lifestyle professional.
  • You'll be able to find employment in both the public and private sectors, including with advertising and marketing communications media agencies, health care and educational institutions, not-for-profit organizations, newspapers and magazines, television and radio broadcasting companies, and other media-based industries such as out-of-home marketing communications and trade promotions.

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