Gain a better understanding of our various management DECs and a clearer picture of the differences between them

What are the main differences between the DEC in Business Management, the DEC in Creative Industries Management, and the DEC in Accounting and Management Technology at LaSalle College, and what are the job prospects?
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With March 1st fast approaching, it is finally time to choose your college program, and you may be wondering about the many options available to you. Fortunately, we are here to guide you and help you make an informed decision.


DEC in Business Management


The Business Management program is for the world’s future managers and entrepreneurs! You will learn what you need to manage a team, or indeed a business, using management concepts, of course, as well as learning about the disciplines that allow a business to prosper: marketing, human resources, sales, law, finance, etc. In short, few aspects of business will hold any secrets for you!

In addition, since we really have an entrepreneurial spirit at LaSalle College, you will be presented with a great challenge during your last year with us: to develop a business idea for which you will have to develop a business plan. You will present this idea during our CEO event to a panel of entrepreneurs who have seen it all and who will be able to give you excellent advice to be successful in business!

Along the way, here are some of the concepts you will study:

  • Organizational Communication
  • Management
  • Strategic Marketing
  • Business Law
  • Financial Analysis
  • Supervising and Training a Salesforce
  • Ecommerce
  • Etc.
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DEC in Business Management, Profile in Creative Industries Management


It is often said that the Creative Industries Management program is for those who want their left brain and right brain united. And it could not be said any better! It is a program for people who have an analytical side, but who cannot deny their creativity and interest in arts and culture. In short, if you want to be a manager, but want to work in a company in the arts, music, fashion, video game, design, advertising or even multimedia industries, this is probably the program for you!

And that’s not all! In this DEC, you can get a college education that is truly tailored to the career you want. You will be able to color your learning, your career, and your projects according to your passions!

Here are a few of the courses you will take:

  • Career in the Creative Industry
  • Communication in a Creative Environment
  • Management Process
  • Financial Management in the Creative Industry
  • Creative Industry Marketing
  • Creative Environment Project
  • Project Management in the Creative Industry
  • Etc.
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DEC in Accounting and Management Technology


Contrary to what you may think, our Accounting and Management Technology program does not just train future accountants. This DEC is also designed to train managers, supervisors, and consultants.

You will learn about many concepts that will help you become a good manager and master all aspects of a business, such as sales, market development, procurement, and international business transactions. But, of course, with a greater emphasis on accounting and finance courses to allow you to specialize in this area.

Below is a look at some of the different courses you will take:

  • Careers in Management
  • Accounting
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Global Enterprise and Corporate Environment
  • Cost Accounting
  • Taxation
  • Etc.
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Good to know…


Entrepreneurship is truly part of our educational mission. We know that, even if you dream of it, it can also be scary! To offer every possible tool and opportunity needed to develop our future entrepreneurs, we have set up the Global Student Entrepreneurship Contest, which is open to all students at the College.

By registering, you will get coaching from our teachers to take your business idea to the next level. If you win the Montréal final, you could even get a paid trip to Morocco or Tunisia to compete against students from our African campuses!

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