Winter 2022 courses now open for registration at OCAD U School of Continuing Studies


Tap into your creative potential this winter!

On-site and online courses are open for registration

We are delighted to be welcoming Continuing Studies students back to campus for on-site courses this winter. Your safety is our top priority, please see our COVID-19 protocols.

Choose from over 60 courses, including:

  • Editorial Design Studio
    on-site starts March 2
  • Interior Design Fundamentals
    on-site starts Jan 27, online starts March 15
  • Intro to Adobe InDesign
    on-site starts Jan 19, online starts Feb 15
  • Intro to Data Visualization
    on-site starts March 1
  • Intro to Project Management for Creative Professionals
    online starts Jan 19
  • Intro to Wearable Media
    on-site starts Feb 26
  • Portrait Photography
    on-site starts Feb 23
  • Storyboarding for Media Production
    on-site starts Feb 28

Visit our website for a full list of courses.

New courses this winter:

  • Creating Inclusive Art Collections
    on-site starts March 2
  • Intro to Autodesk Fusion 360
    online starts Feb 24
  • Intro to Designing Artificial Intelligence (AI) Applications
    on-site starts Feb 28


by Leilah Dhoré


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– comment from Hiring for Decolonization, Diversity, and Inclusion in the Creative Industries Micro-Credential course evaluation, 2021


Kiran Sohi, Ghost on the Plane, from the exhibition, Art and Adaptation

Art and Adaptation
A new online exhibition from OCAD U School of Continuing Studies

Artwork exploring the natural environment that reflects personal and collective resilience from the past year. Featuring work from students and instructors.