The one-year Performing and Fine Arts (PEFA) Certificate offers an academic introduction to a variety of arts and cultural topics with some performance options for those students interested in pursuing them. This program is ideal for students coming directly out of high school with an interest in the Performing and Fine Arts or mature students returning for enrichment or a new career direction. The purpose of the PEFA Certificate is to build citizens who are culturally literate, active supporters of the arts.
Co-operative education alternates semesters of classroom studies with paid, full-time work, giving you hands-on experience that will make you job ready when you graduate. Work terms are usually four or eight months and take place after you have completed the second or third semester of your academic program.
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