Certificate in University & College Administration (CUCA)
CUCA Level II
To meet the professional education needs of university administrators, the Centre for Higher Education Research and Development (CHERD) has developed the Certificate in University & College Administration (CUCA) Level II program. The constantly evolving curriculum provides the means to meet current and future demands to keep pace with the rapidly changing environment.
The CUCA Level II program is designed to enhance and strengthen the managerial and leadership skills of administrators of both academic and administrative units, enabling them to recognize, meet, and handle current and emerging issues across a wide range of circumstances.
Who is the Program for?
- Successful completion of Certificate in University & College Administration – Level I or approval received from CHERD. A request may be made to CHERD to enter directly into Level II by supplying a brief summation of university experience and position that are equivalent to the Certificate in University & College Administration – Level I; and
- A reference letter.
Documentation to accompany the application: a letter of reference (stating participant’s current position) and a current job description.
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The CUCA Level II program builds on the topics offered in the CUCA Level I Certificate program and is comprised of electives. Registrants in the CUCA II program are required to complete any eight (8) courses selected from the courses below. Each completed course is granted 25 contact hours.
- Aboriginal Students and the Post-Secondary Journey
- Advanced Dispute Resolution
- Advanced Strategic Planning
- Assessment of Academic Advising
- External Influences on Universities and Colleges
- The Intergenerational Workforce
- Labour Relations in the Academic Environment
- Managing Change
- More Powerful Communications
- Project Management
- Responding to Disruptive and At-Risk Students
- Strategic Financial Management
- Key Performance Indicators and Accountability
- Strategic Planning at the Unit Level
- Technological Implications
What is Online Learning?
Can I just enroll in a single course if I'm not interested in the entire program?
Applications may be made to the certificate program at any time.
Fill Out an Application Form
Download and submit a completed Program Application Form.
Transfer Credits: Previous CHERD Courses
Transfer Credits: From Other Institutions
You can register for courses either online or by mail. Please note, online registration is not supported on iOS (iPhone) and Android phone browsers.
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Register by Mail
1. Download and fill out a Course Registration Form (PDF)
2. Payment can be made by cheque, Mastercard, Visa. Make cheque payable to: The University of Manitoba. (Note: No invoices will be issued.)
3. Send your completed form by mail to:
185 Extended Education Complex
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB, Canada
R3T 2N2Phone: +1 204 474-8800
Toll Free: 1 888 216-7011
Fax: +1 204 474-7661