Business Programs

Keep pace with the changing business world. Learn to adapt and innovate as economies evolve and grow.

Develop skills in business right in your community.

A number of full-time and part-time business programs and courses are now being offered in Selkirk, Peguis First Nation, Fisher River Cree Nation and throughout the Interlake and North Eastman region. At the Red River College Interlake and Peguis – Fisher River campuses, you’ll gain the credentials to start a new career or advance your career in business.

We may not know what the future holds. But our close connections to industry — and our commitment to quality education and research — make us well-suited to prepare our province’s workforce for whatever lies ahead.

Explore our Business Programs

Business, Accounting and Management

10-month Certificate
Full-time and Part-time
Alternate Delivery*

Business, Accounting and Management is a comprehensive program that helps you develop skills in the core areas of business. It also provides you with up-to-date training in computers, accounting, business writing and human resource management.
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Human Resource Management

Five-month Certificate
Full-time and Part-time
Alternate Delivery*

Prepare for a career in the fast-growing and key business field of human resource management (HRM). You will learn the fundamental components of an HR program, including staffing, recruitment, selection, compensation, training and development.
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Administrative Assistant

18-week Certificate
Full-time and Part-time
Alternate Delivery*

In the Administrative Assistant program, you will learn the theory and practical skills needed to succeed in your administrative career. You will have the opportunity to apply your skills in the workplace during a four-week practicum.
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*Alternate delivery allows you to connect with your teachers and classmates live to engage in discussions and explore real-world examples via online platforms with opportunities to be on campus for essential hands-on training.

“School prepared me to go to work. Even through the simple things like making sure we had perfect attendance just like a job requires. Our courses taught us how to deal with people and situations you’d find in your real life job. They taught us how to do well in interviews and then also what to do when you’re on the opposite side of interviews, giving the interview.”
– Michelle Sanderson, Computer Applications for Business Grad 2016