Digital Skills and Technology Certificate

Program Overview

The Digital Skills and Technology Certificate provides the student with the knowledge of digital media design, fundamental concepts like S.E.O, branding, and marketing on social media. In this program, students are required to complete a capstone project to create a prototype.

The courses are provided with a variety of activities via classroom, guest speakers, observations, in-class practice, and group work.

Students in this program will learn how to interact with the latest digital media technologies, ideate and create a prototype of an app or build a website using tools like, WordPress and Wix that may be added to their portfolio. The graduate will be confident in their decisions for their future career path or educational goals in pursuing a career in the digital media field.

The schedule and program end date are subject to change due to the student’s academic performance, course availability, academic breaks, additional electives, and study permit status.

Program Details

3 Months of Theory Courses

Theory Courses
    CPDT100 | College Success Strategies and Orientation  (20 hours)
    DIGM140 | Digital Media Design (40 hours)
    DIGM120 | Digital Branding (40 hours)
    DIGM130 | Search Engine Optimization (40 hours)
    DIGM150 | Social Media Marketing (40 hours)
    GRPH116 | Introduction to Website Development (20 hours)
    CAPSTN | Capstone (20 hours)

Fee Structure

Fees (in CAD) International Students Domestic Students
Tuition Fee $9,900 $850
Assessment Fee $250 $0
Application Fee $1000 $220
Administration Fee $2,200 $0
Other Fee $300 $0
Textbook Fee $362 $630
Course Material Fees $111 $300
Total Fees $14,123 $2,000

Tuition refunds are based on policy stated in the college’s enrolment agreement and bound by the Private Training Act Regulation.


  • High school graduates or mature student status
  • Language requirement (recommended for optimum success)
    • Grade 10 level English or communications course (pass) or
    • IELTS 5.0 (4.5 Academic) or equivalent; or
    • TOEFL 35-45; or
    • PTE Academic (Minimum 29 Overall); or
    • CLB 5; or
    • CAEL 30; or
    • CELPIP 6; or
    • Duolingo 65-70 (; or
    • College entrance test (50% minimum); or equivalent
  • International students must comply with the requirements of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada in respect to study permit.

For more information on language requirements where internationally-recognized tests and other equivalencies are accepted, please consult with our admissions staff.