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VIE WBOOK 2016/2017 - Education Around The World
2016 / 2017
V IE W BOOK

        humber.ca
VIE WBOOK 2016/2017 - Education Around The World
VIE WBOOK 2016/2017 - Education Around The World
YOU’RE INVITED TO BE
PART OF HUMBER.
YOU WON’T JUST BE A STUDENT HERE
– YOU’LL BE PART OF A COMMUNITY
WORKING TO BE SUCCESSFUL
IN CAREERS THAT HELP MAKE THE
WORLD A BETTER PLACE.
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4   The Humber Way – What our
    polytechnic approach to education
    means for you.

6   Student Life/Student Services/HSF
    – Services to help you succeed in and
    out of the classroom.

7   Athletics – Athletic activities at
    Humber.

8   North Campus/Orangeville
    Campus – Our North and Orangeville
    campuses combine industry standard      16 Humber Students Say… – Get a feel      21 Diploma Student Profile – Courtney,
    facilities with convenient locations.      for what our students think.              Film and Television Production

10 Lakeshore Campus – Historic              18 Academic Schools – Learn about the     22 Degrees and Degree Scholarships –
   buildings and plenty of green space         programs offered by Humber’s eight        We’ll help you get an education, and
   make our Lakeshore Campus special.          academic schools.                         start a career.

12 Career-focused Learning – Get            20 Diploma and Certificate Programs –     23 Degree Student Profile – Hilry,
   practical experience even before you        Our diploma and certificate programs      Criminal Justice
   graduate.                                   are a great start to your career.
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32 Financial Aid – Information on
                                                                                           scholarships, bursaries and estimating
                                                                                           your fees.

                                                                                        33 Academic Pathways and Transfers –
                                                                                           Create the ideal pathway to achieve
                                                                                           your goals.

                                                                                        36 Admission Requirements and
                                                                                           Programs – Find out what credits you
25 Faculty Profile – Francisca Burg-Feret,   28 Global/International – We are              need to enrol in the program of your
   Nursing                                      bringing the world to our classrooms,      choice.
                                                and taking our classrooms to
26 Postgraduate Programs – Earn a               the world.                              46 What Our Grads Are Saying – Learn
   postgrad certificate to leverage your                                                   about some of our successful alumni.
   undergraduate studies into a career.      30 Enrolment Road Map – What you
                                                need to know to enrol in the program    47 Contact Us – Where to find important
27 Postgraduate Student Profile –               of your dreams.                            contact information.
   Sargam, Hospitality and Tourism
   Operations Management                                                                48 Getting to Humber – How to get to
                                                                                           our campuses by car or public transit.
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                                    THE HUMBER WAY
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HUMBER’S POLYTECHNIC
APPROACH TO EDUCATION
MEANS THAT WE THINK PRACTICE
IS AS IMPORTANT AS THEORY.
YOU’LL GET LOTS OF HANDS-ON,
PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE IN
FACILITIES THAT MIRROR WHAT
YOU’LL SEE IN THE WORKING
WORLD – NO MATTER WHAT
PROGRAM YOU CHOOSE.

                      It also means that, along with being
                      great teachers, your professors have
                      extensive industry experience – with
                      the connections and advice that can
                      help you even after you graduate.
                      Small class sizes and caring, responsive professors mean you’ll
                      never be just a number here.
                      A Humber education means you can choose to do a certificate,
                      a diploma, a degree or an apprenticeship – there are lots of
                      credentials to choose from. Start with a diploma, then apply for
                      advanced standing in a degree program. Complete a certificate,
                      then pursue a diploma. Choose the path that’s best for you
                      and your dreams.
                      You’ll have opportunities to participate in innovative applied
                      research, working with professors and industry partners to solve
                      real-world problems. You’ll also be given the tools and support
                      you need if you want to go into business on your own.
                      We work with industry to make sure our programs teach relevant,
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                      job-ready skills that will prepare you not just for a job, but
                      a fulfilling career.

                            See videos, galleries, and more at
                            humber.ca/viewbook
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STUDENT LIFE/STUDENT SERVICES/HSF

                                     YOU’RE DEALING WITH NEW
                                     SITUATIONS AND CHALLENGES.
                                     We have the services to support you.

                                     ACADEMIC/FINANCIAL                  PERSONAL SUPPORT
                                     SERVICES                            ƒƒ Aboriginal Resource Centre/
                                     ƒƒ Financial aid                       Aboriginal elder
                                     ƒƒ Libraries                        ƒƒ Childcare
                                     ƒƒ Peer tutoring                    ƒƒ Counselling
                                     ƒƒ Writing, math and                ƒƒ Dental clinic
                                        accounting help centres          ƒƒ Accessibility services
                                                                         ƒƒ Health centre
                                     ADVISING                            ƒƒ International Centre
                                     ƒƒ Academic                         ƒƒ New-to-Canada support
                                     ƒƒ Career                           ƒƒ Prayer spaces and spiritual
                                     ƒƒ Pre-enrolment                       support
                                                                         ƒƒ 24/7 security and Campus
                                     LEADERSHIP
                                                                            Walk program
                                     ƒƒ HumberLaunch small
                                        business incubator
                                     ƒƒ Student Leadership Institute                                      HUMBER STUDENTS’ FEDERATION
                                     ƒƒ Global Citizenship Certificate                                    The Humber Students’ Federation (HSF) provides services to
                                     ƒƒ Alternative Spring Break                                          more than 27,000 students in the Humber and Guelph-Humber
                                     ƒƒ Clubs and groups                                                  communities. These include a flexible health and dental insurance
                                                                                                          plan, bursaries, budgeting advice and a tax clinic – which help make
                                            To learn more, visit                                          your time on campus as enriching as possible.
                                            wegotyou.humber.ca
                                                                                                          HSF is also proud to be the official on-campus student government,
                                                                                                          advocating on behalf of every student on a multitude of platforms
                                                                                                          and issues. HSF hosts a variety of fun events around campus,
                                                                                                          including Frosh and Frost Week, and sponsors more than 50 clubs
                                                                                                          across all three campuses, with interests ranging from dance clubs
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                                                                                                          to cultural groups to video games.

                                                                                                                 To learn more, visit
                                                                                                                 humberlife.com

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ATHLE TICS

                                                                                                   2015 CCAA Men’s Basketball National Champions.
WE STUDY HARD                                                      VARSITY SPORTS

WE PLAY HARD                                                       SPORT
                                                                   Badminton
                                                                                    WOMEN   MEN

In the 2014/2015 season, our varsity teams won 13 team             Baseball
and individual gold medals in provincial competitions and
                                                                   Basketball
four national championships – the most national gold medals
Humber has ever won.                                               Cross Country
                                                                   Curling
If you don’t want to play competitively, there are lots of other
ways to get involved in athletics, from fitness programming to     Golf
intramural and extramural teams – and, of course, you can          Indoor Soccer
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always come out and cheer “Hawk Yeah!” from the stands as          Rugby
part of Hawks Nation.
                                                                   Soccer
                                                                   Softball
   To learn more, visit
                                                                   Volleyball
   athletics.humber.ca

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NORTH CAMPUS

                                       NORTH CAMPUS
                                       Humber’s largest campus, located on the banks of
                                       the Humber River at Finch Avenue and Highway 27, is easily
                                       accessible from Brampton, Mississauga, Toronto and York
                                       Region, and is a public transit ride away from Toronto’s
                                       bustling downtown.
                                       Energetic and dynamic, the North Campus is home to
                                       our newest building, the Learning Resource Commons,
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                                       an open, bright six-storey facility that houses most of the
                                       campus’s student services as well as a wide range of
                                       study, meeting and socializing spaces. The North Campus
                                       has residence space for 1,000 students, and features an
                                       Arboretum with more than 250 acres of gardens, green
                                       space and hiking trails.

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ORANGEVILLE
                                                                                             CAMPUS
                                                                                             You don’t have to go
                                                                                             far to get far.
                                                                                             Located 45 minutes north of Toronto,
                                                                                             our Orangeville Campus is where everyone
                                                                                             knows your name. Home to Police
                                                                                             Foundations, Early Childhood Education,
                                                                                             Fitness and Health Promotion, General
                                                                                             Arts and Science, and Social Service
                                                                                             Worker programs, the Orangeville Campus
                                                                                             is a key part of the local community and
                                                                                             Dufferin County.
GREAT FACILITIES MEAN YOU’LL LEARN                                                           Campus highlights include:
ON-THE-JOB SKILLS – AT SCHOOL.                                                               ƒƒ Access to community swimming pool,
                                                                                                hockey rinks and on-site fitness centre
Whether you’re dining in the Humber Room, our student-run gourmet restaurant, or             ƒƒ Food court
exploring the trails that run through our Arboretum, Humber’s North Campus has just the      ƒƒ Library
right balance of exceptional academics, vibrant cultural expression and peaceful serenity.   ƒƒ Free on-site parking
Campus highlights include:                     ƒƒ The Centre for Urban Ecology, a
                                                  LEED gold-certified building, and the
ƒƒ Digital media studios, a radio station
                                                  Humber Arboretum, a 250-acre park
   and television broadcasting facilities
                                                  with trails and formal gardens
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ƒƒ State-of-the-art science labs
                                               ƒƒ The Canadian Centre of Culinary
   supporting a variety of health sciences
                                                  Arts and Science, the only facility
   programs
                                                  in Canada to offer the Master
ƒƒ The Design Centre, an open-concept             Chef designation and the home of
   studio-style setup where our design            Humber’s culinary programs
   programs are based                                                                              See videos, galleries, and more at
                                                                                                   humber.ca/viewbook
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L AKESHORE CAMPUS

                                     LAKESHORE CAMPUS
                                     Historic architecture.
                                     Modern conveniences.
                                     Lots of ways to connect with nature.
                                     Located in Toronto on the shore of Lake Ontario, Humber’s
                                     Lakeshore Campus is where modern conveniences meet
                                     historic grandeur.
                                     Centred on an academic “village” of nine restored heritage
                                     buildings, the Lakeshore Campus also features the gleaming, airy
                                     Lakeshore Commons, a hub for student activity and many of our
                                     programs. At Lakeshore, our residence is home to 400 students.
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                                     The Lakeshore Campus offers an incredible variety of opportunities
                                     to put your learning into practice.

                                           See videos, galleries, and more at
                                           humber.ca/viewbook
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THERE’S SO MUCH AT
LAKESHORE CAMPUS
ƒƒ Black box theatre and theatre production workshops
ƒƒ The Fashion Institute, featuring an expansive retail
   storefront
ƒƒ The Centre for Justice Leadership, which includes a
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   simulated crime scene and high-speed driving simulator
ƒƒ Professional-level recording studio, as well as practice
   rooms and performance spaces
ƒƒ Digital media production studios
ƒƒ A simulated trading floor

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CAREER-FOCUSED LEARNING

                                     AT HUMBER YOU’LL GET
                                     UNMATCHED PRACTICAL
                                     EXPERIENCE IN YOUR AREA
                                     OF STUDY EVEN BEFORE
                                     YOU GRADUATE.
                                     You want an education. You also want a career. We want you to
                                     have both. You’ll get great practical skills along with a solid
                                     grounding in theory.
                                     An industry-focused curriculum means you’re on top of the trends,
                                     making you valuable to employers as soon as you graduate.
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                                     With work placements in almost every program, you’ll have the
                                     chance to get on-the-job experience while you’re still in school – and
                                     your industry-connected professors will give you the inside track on
                                     how best to succeed.

                                            To learn more, visit
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LAUNCH A
HEALTHY
BUSINESS
Nineteen-year-old
Madeleine has big
ideas to help people
become more healthy,
and she had help from
Humber to make her
dreams a reality.
Madeleine wowed the judges at Humber’s
annual LaunchPad business pitch
competition with her healthy-eating
company, Flexible Integrated Tactics (FIT) –
and won $12,000 in funding to help turn
her big ideas into reality.
The LaunchPad competition was
started by Humber in 2012 to help
entrepreneurs develop and nurture their
business ideas. The annual contest is
run by HumberLaunch, the college’s
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small business incubator, which offers
mentorship, funding opportunities and
education about entrepreneurship.

       To learn more, visit
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CAREER-FOCUSED LEARNING

                                     WHEN HUMBER
                                     STUDENTS AND
                                     FACULTY TEAM UP
                                     WITH INDUSTRY,
                                     GREAT THINGS HAPPEN.

                                                                              Ooyavah Inc. is a leading
                                                                              Ontario business in stereoscopic
                                                                              technology that has developed
                                                                              a prototype for glasses-free 3D
                                                                              visualization on the Apple iPad.
                                                                              They had one problem, though: their technology required users
                                                                              to mount the lens on the iPad and then store it when not in
                                                                              use, all without compromising the iPad’s other functions.
                                                                              To find a solution to this challenge, Humber Industrial Design
                                                                              professor Odin Cappello led a team of nine Humber students
                                                                              from a variety of programs to design and prototype a case
                                                                              that would house the Ooyavah lens, as well as develop a user
                                                                              interface, social media campaign and marketing video.
                                                                              The team worked in collaboration with Sheridan College’s
                                                                              Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies.
                                                                              Students Abigail, Keith and Dimitri, as well as Cappello and
                                                                              industry partner Ihor Petelycky, are named as inventors on a
                                                                              pending patent for the case.
                                                                              The project received funding from the Ontario Centres of
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                                                                              Excellence and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research
                                                                              Council of Canada.
                                                                              “Working on Ooyavah was a wonderful opportunity for students
                                                                               to learn and experience a real-world project,” says Dimitri.
                                         See videos, galleries, and more at   “It wasn’t only schoolwork, but an opportunity to design
                                         humber.ca/viewbook                    something that is actually going to be produced.”
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OUR MUSIC
STUDENTS WORK
WITH INDUSTRY
LEGENDS.
Music producer Bob Ezrin has worked with
Lou Reed, Pink Floyd, Peter Gabriel, Alice
Cooper and K’naan – and, this year, with a
group of Humber music students.
Ezrin, who produced K’naan’s song “Wavin’
Flag” in 2010, was Humber’s 2015
Producer in Residence, giving a Humber
student band the opportunity to get up-close
and personal during a live recording session.
“It’s an amazing opportunity for students
 to have an experience with a world-class
 producer – one who has an established
 career and is credible in the music industry,”
 says professor Ian Terry.
 Fifteen students submitted songs for Ezrin
 to produce. He selected “Like You Do,” which
 was written and sung by Meagan, a student
 in Humber’s Bachelor of Music program.
Meagan and her band, which is made up of
other music students, were given feedback
as they recorded her song.
“He knows what works in the studio and
 wastes no time,” says Meagan. “He’s a
 people person who keeps the atmosphere
 together while having everything run
 smoothly and efficiently. He lifted my song
 to great heights along with my spirit.”

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HUMBER STUDENTS SAY…

                                       Our students are more than just students – they’re
                                       designers, filmmakers, emergency responders, actors,
                                       chefs, entrepreneurs and athletes. They build houses.
                                       They write newspaper articles. They work with government,
                                       charities and small businesses. They’re inventors and
                                       innovators. They travel the world. They find a path that
                                       works for them. They make a difference.

                                                   ARTS ADMINISTRATION AND CULTURAL
                                                   MANAGEMENT POSTGRAD CERTIFICATE

                                                   CODY
                                                   “We took the skills that we learned throughout our program
                                                    and used them to inform the planning process for Street Talk,   LAW CLERK DIPLOMA
                                                    our public art intervention and gallery exhibition. The great
                                                                                                                    SANDRA
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                                                    thing about this kind of capstone course is being able to
                                                    learn through hands-on experience and actually execute our
                                                                                                                    “I wouldn’t be the person I am today if
                                                    projects in real-world environments.”
                                                                                                                     I hadn’t come to Humber. Because of
                                                                                                                     the encouragement my professors have
                                                                                                                     given me, I feel so empowered. They’ve
                                                                                                                     convinced me that I can do anything I
                                                                                                                     set my mind to.”
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HOME RENOVATION
                                                                                  TECHNICIAN DIPLOMA

                                                                                  TRICIA
                                                                                 “The Home Renovation program gives us
                                                                                  exposure to everything from electricity,
BACHELOR OF INTERIOR DESIGN                                                       plumbing, framing and drywalling to

WINIEFRED
                                                                                  how to estimate a job and what we’ll
                                                                                  need to run a business. Over the
                                                                                  course of the program we build an
“Through helping to design a repurposed building                                  entire townhouse at the school. I love
 for the Kortright Centre for Conservation, we were                               everything about what we’re doing.”
 able to experience the whole design process from
 beginning to end: meeting clients, making site visits,
 working with a team and building relationships with
 other professionals that will be useful in the future.”

                                                           BACHELOR OF JOURNALISM

                                                           ADAM
                                                           “The reporting we do for J-Source is professional,
                                                            and viewed as such. We’re real reporters, and
SPORT MANAGEMENT DIPLOMA                                    not just doing this for a school assignment.

CHRISTOPHER
                                                            It’s a site that attracts other journalists, as well
                                                            as people interested in journalism and the
                                                            news media, so we’re able to get our names
“Instead of just sitting in a classroom,                    out there as well.”
 you’re able to get hands-on experience
 in your field, which prepares you for the
 workforce and helps you build a strong
 resumé. Being involved in an internship
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 helps me give back to my community
 in Nunavut and make good contacts
 for the future.”

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ACADEMIC SCHOOLS

                                     HUMBER HAS EIGHT
                                     ACADEMIC SCHOOLS,
                                     EACH WITH ITS OWN
                                     EXPERT FACULTY AND
                                     ACCOMPLISHED STAFF.
                                     WE HAVE 160 FULL-TIME
                                     PROGRAMS IN MORE
                                     THAN 40 AREAS OF
                                     STUDY, ALL DESIGNED TO
                                     MEET YOUR ACADEMIC
                                     AND CAREER GOALS.
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ACADEMIC SCHOOLS
Here are just some of the areas of study we offer:

APPLIED TECHNOLOGY                       ƒƒ Creative Writing                    LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES
                                         ƒƒ Music
ƒƒ Arboriculture and Horticulture                                               ƒƒ Academic Upgrading
                                         ƒƒ Publishing
ƒƒ Architectural Technology                                                     ƒƒ English as a Second Language (ESL)
                                         ƒƒ Theatre Performance
ƒƒ Engineering Technologies                                                     ƒƒ General Arts and Science
                                         ƒƒ Theatre Production
ƒƒ Industrial Design                                                                 — College or University Transfer
ƒƒ Interior Design/Decorating            HEALTH SCIENCES                             — Health and Science
ƒƒ Landscape Design                                                                  — Technology
ƒƒ Project Management                    ƒƒ Biotechnology                       ƒƒ Research Analyst
ƒƒ Skilled Trades                        ƒƒ Clinical Research                   ƒƒ Writing and Communications
ƒƒ Supply Chain Management               ƒƒ Early Childhood Education
ƒƒ Sustainable Energy                    ƒƒ Funeral Services                    MEDIA STUDIES &
ƒƒ Wireless Telecommunications           ƒƒ Nursing                             INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
                                         ƒƒ Occupational Therapist Assistant/
                                                                                ƒƒ 3D Animation/Modelling
BUSINESS                                    Physiotherapist Assistant
                                                                                ƒƒ Advertising, Copywriting, Media
                                         ƒƒ Paramedic
ƒƒ Accounting                                                                      and Account Management
                                         ƒƒ Personal Support Worker
ƒƒ Business and Management                                                      ƒƒ Design (Advertising, Graphic,
                                         ƒƒ Pharmacy Technician
ƒƒ Cosmetic/Esthetician/Spa Management                                             Multimedia and Package)
                                         ƒƒ Regulatory Affairs
ƒƒ Digital Business Management                                                  ƒƒ Digital Communications
ƒƒ Event Management                      HOSPITALITY, RECREATION                ƒƒ Film, Television, Radio and Videography
ƒƒ Fashion                                                                      ƒƒ Fundraising
                                         & TOURISM
ƒƒ Finance                                                                      ƒƒ Game Programming
ƒƒ Human Resources                       ƒƒ Culinary Arts                       ƒƒ Information Technology Solutions,
ƒƒ International Business                ƒƒ Fitness and Health Promotion           Software Development and
ƒƒ International Development             ƒƒ Food and Nutrition                     Computer Programming
ƒƒ Legal Studies                         ƒƒ Hospitality and Tourism             ƒƒ Journalism
ƒƒ Marketing                             ƒƒ Massage Therapy                     ƒƒ Media Communications
                                         ƒƒ Recreation and Leisure              ƒƒ Photography
CREATIVE & PERFORMING ARTS               ƒƒ Sport Management                    ƒƒ Public Relations
                                         ƒƒ Travel Services                     ƒƒ Visual and Digital Arts
ƒƒ Acting for Film and TV
ƒƒ Arts Administration                                                          ƒƒ Web Design
ƒƒ Comedy
                                                                                SOCIAL & COMMUNITY SERVICES
                                                                                ƒƒ Addictions and Mental Health
                                                                                ƒƒ Child and Youth Care
                                                                                ƒƒ Justice Studies
                                                                                ƒƒ Developmental Services Worker
                                                                                ƒƒ Police Foundations
                                                                                ƒƒ Pre-Service Firefighter
                                                                                ƒƒ Protection, Security and Investigation
                                                                                ƒƒ Social Services Worker

                                                                                         To learn more, visit
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                                                                                         humber.ca

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DIPLOMA AND CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

                                     STUDENTS CAN CHOOSE
                                     FROM MORE THAN 100
                                     DIPLOMA AND CERTIFICATE
                                     PROGRAMS AT HUMBER.
                                     Our diploma and certificate programs are designed to give you a
                                     blend of theoretical knowledge and practical, hands-on experience.
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                                     Advanced diplomas take six semesters to complete and usually
                                     incorporate a work placement. Diplomas take at least four
                                     semesters, while certificates are generally three semesters.

                                            To learn more, visit
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DIPLOMA STUDENT PROFILE

FILM AND TELEVISION PRODUCTION

COURTNEY
 EVER SINCE COURTNEY WAS A LITTLE GIRL,
 SHE KNEW SHE WANTED TO WORK IN FILM.
Of course, when she was young, she wanted to be an actress –
but once she got to high school and started working on theatre
productions, she figured out that behind the scenes was where
she really wanted to be.
 From there, Humber was an obvious choice – even though it
 meant moving away from her hometown of Ottawa.
“Humber – specifically the Film and Television Production (FMTV)
 program – was the only school I applied to,” she explains. “After
 coming in for a tour and learning about all the opportunities that
 were available in the classroom I knew Humber would be the
 best fit for me.”
After three years at Humber, Courtney is now a member of the
film union (IATSE 873) for props and set dressing, meaning she
often gets calls when film sets need extra help. She says the
projects she was able to work on while in school were valuable
stepping stones to her future career in film.
“A film that I wrote was produced and made into a short, and
 I was able to be part of two projects that absolutely soared
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 once they were finished,” she says. “Humber has given me the
 opportunity to grow into the person I wanted to be three years
 ago, and has helped me lay the foundation to get where I want
 to be in the next five to 10 years. I’m looking forward to the
 future and all the opportunities I will have.”

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DEGREE PROGRAMS

                                     EACH HUMBER BACHELOR’S DEGREE
                                     IS REVIEWED AND APPROVED
                                     BY THE MINISTRY OF TRAINING,
                                     COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.
                                     Our career-focused degrees are the ideal blend of theoretical
                                     learning and practical experience, taught by professors who have
                                     active industry connections and outstanding academic credentials.
                                     All degree programs offer work placements or clinical experience,
                                     many of which are paid – meaning you’ll get valuable experience
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                                     even before you graduate.
                                     Add in small class sizes and an industry-guided, job-relevant
                                     curriculum, and your Humber degree will give you a definite
                                     advantage in a competitive world.

                                            To learn more, visit
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DEGREE STUDENT PROFILE

BACHELOR OF APPLIED ARTS –
CRIMINAL JUSTICE

HILRY
 MOVING FROM A DIPLOMA TO A DEGREE GAVE
 HILRY A HEAD START ON AN EXCITING CAREER.
Growing up in Mississauga, Hilry didn’t think much about crime
– instead he loved cars, doing a high school co-op placement
at an auto shop. Watching the way police officers helped his
family following a break-in, though, Hilry was inspired to pursue
law enforcement as a career.
Hilry enrolled in Humber’s Community Justice Services diploma
program intending to, as he puts it, “Get in, get out, get a job” –
but he quickly discovered a new world of opportunities. Getting
involved with The Bridge, a group that supports black students,
and receiving a scholarship from the Association of Black Law
Enforcers gave Hilry a boost of confidence that inspired him to
pursue further education. After completing his diploma, he got
advanced standing in Humber’s criminal justice degree program
– and hasn’t looked back since.
“There’s no better job than service to people,” says Hilry, who is    DIPLOMA TO DEGREE
 involved with Humber’s Young Criminal Justice Professionals          TRANSFER STUDENT
 group and intends to become a police officer. “Humber has
 given me the confidence to really push myself – I’m going to         SCHOLARSHIP
 stay connected with the school any way I can once I graduate.”
                                                                      Humber awards degree scholarships to students entering
                                                                      any Humber degree program who have completed a two- or
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                                                                      three-year diploma from a publicly funded college. Students
                                                                      who have achieved a program GPA of 80% or better will be
                                                                      awarded a one-time scholarship of $2,500. Diplomas do not
                                                                      have to be related to the degree program of choice and are not
                                                                      tied to the eligibility for advanced standing or transfer credit.

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DEGREES AND DEGREE SCHOL ARSHIPS

                                     FOUR-YEAR BACHELOR’S
                                     DEGREES AT HUMBER
                                     BACHELOR OF APPLIED ARTS
                                     ƒƒ Criminal Justice
                                     ƒƒ Film and Media Production
                                     ƒƒ Paralegal Studies

                                     BACHELOR OF CHILD AND YOUTH CARE
                                                                             OUR BACHELOR OF
                                     BACHELOR OF COMMERCE                    COMMERCE DEGREES HAVE
                                     ƒƒ Accounting
                                     ƒƒ Digital Business Management          THE SAME FIRST TWO YEARS.
                                     ƒƒ Fashion Management
                                     ƒƒ Finance                              This common platform means that you’ll build a sound understanding of general
                                     ƒƒ Hospitality and Tourism Management   business principles for the first two years of your program, which will give you
                                     ƒƒ Human Resources Management           a solid foundation in the essential aspects of business – something employers
                                     ƒƒ International Business               value. In your final two years you can then focus on your chosen specialization.
                                     ƒƒ Management Studies                   Most business programs allow you to transfer from one specialization to another
                                     ƒƒ Marketing                            if your interests change during the first two years.
                                     ƒƒ Supply Chain Management

                                     BACHELOR OF CREATIVE ADVERTISING

                                     BACHELOR OF DIGITAL
                                                                             WE WANT TO REWARD YOUR HARD WORK
                                     COMMUNICATIONS                          You’ve worked hard to get where you are – and we want to recognize that.
                                                                             We offer automatic scholarships to newly admitted degree students entering
                                     BACHELOR OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN           their first year directly from high school.

                                     BACHELOR OF INTERIOR DESIGN
                                                                                     ACADEMIC AVERAGE                       DEGREE SCHOLARSHIP AMOUNT
                                     BACHELOR OF INTERNATIONAL
                                     DEVELOPMENT                                             95%+                                   $4,000 renewable

                                     BACHELOR OF JOURNALISM                                90­–94.9%                                $3,500 renewable
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                                                                                           85–89.9%                                 $3,000 renewable
                                     BACHELOR OF MUSIC
                                                                                           80–84.9%                                 $2,000 renewable
                                     BACHELOR OF NURSING*
                                                                                           75–79.9%                                 $1,500 one time
                                     BACHELOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS

                                     *Universityof New Brunswick-Humber             To learn more, visit
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FACULT Y PROFILE

FACULTY NURSING

FRANCISCA
BURG-FERET
 MANY STUDENTS SPEND READING WEEK
 SOCIALIZING, RELAXING OR STUDYING.
 SOME EVEN USE THE TIME TO READ.
For Francisca Burg-Feret’s nursing students and others in
Humber’s School of Health Sciences, reading week 2015 was
an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of 240 children
living at the Valle de Los Angeles orphanage as well as more
remote communities in Guatemala.
Ten students from the nursing, practical nursing and early
childhood education (advanced studies in special needs)
programs travelled with Burg-Feret as well as a pediatrician and a
family physician to help perform health assessments and conduct
mobile clinics in small towns.
Taking students out of their comfort zones and giving them the
opportunity to contribute to communities around the world is a
key element in Burg-Feret’s teaching.
“Reaching out to under-resourced communities gives our students
 an eye-opening experience, and helps them grow in their cultural
 sensitivities,” says Burg-Feret, who has volunteered extensively in
 the area. “We’re looking to develop sustainable relationships with
 the people we meet, and to provide what those host communities
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 tell us they need.”
For the students who participated in Burg-Feret’s trip, the
experience was, indeed, life-changing.
“A lot of us had never met – we all had different backgrounds –
 but we all learned to work in sync really well,” says Daniel, a
 student in the practical nursing program. “This kind of trip makes
 you appreciate not just nursing, but life itself.”                      25
POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS

                                     TAKE YOUR EDUCATION TO THE NEXT LEVEL
                                     Humber’s Ontario Graduate (Postgraduate) Certificate programs complement the postsecondary education you have
                                     already earned. They are offered in an accelerated, intensive format, typically two semesters long, and prepare you
                                     for a career in a specific field of work.

                                     APPLIED TECHNOLOGY                              COMMUNITY AND EMERGENCY                         LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES
                                     ƒƒ Project Management                           SERVICES                                        ƒƒ Professional Writing and Communications
                                     ƒƒ Supply Chain Management                      ƒƒ Addictions and Mental Health                 ƒƒ Research Analyst
                                                                                     ƒƒ Early Childhood Education – Advanced         ƒƒ Teaching English as a Second Language
                                     ARTS AND PERFORMANCE                               Studies in Special Needs                        (TESL)/Teaching English as a Foreign
                                                                                                                                        Language (TEFL)
                                     ƒƒ Arts Administration and Cultural
                                        Management                                   HEALTH SCIENCES
                                     ƒƒ Creative Book Publishing                                                                     MEDIA
                                                                                     ƒƒ Clinical Research
                                     ƒƒ Creative Writing – Comic Scriptwriting       ƒƒ Regulatory Affairs                           ƒƒ Advertising – Account Management
                                     ƒƒ Creative Writing – Fiction, Creative                                                         ƒƒ Advertising Copywriting
                                        Non-Fiction, Poetry                          HOSPITALITY, RECREATION                         ƒƒ Advertising Media Management
                                                                                     AND TOURISM                                     ƒƒ Broadcasting – Radio
                                     BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT                                                                         ƒƒ Fundraising Management
                                                                                     ƒƒ Exercise Science and Lifestyle               ƒƒ Post-Production
                                     ƒƒ Alternate Dispute Resolution                    Management                                   ƒƒ Public Relations
                                     ƒƒ Event Management                             ƒƒ Hospitality and Tourism Operations           ƒƒ Television Writing and Producing
                                     ƒƒ Fashion Management and Promotions
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                                                                                        Management
                                     ƒƒ Financial Planning
                                     ƒƒ Global Business Management
                                                                                     INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
                                     ƒƒ Human Resources Management
                                     ƒƒ International Development                    ƒƒ Enterprise Software Development
                                     ƒƒ Marketing Management                         ƒƒ Information Technology Solutions
                                     ƒƒ Public Administration                        ƒƒ Web Development                                      To learn more, visit
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POSTGRADUATE STUDENT PROFILE

HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

SARGAM

SARGAM KNOWS BETTER THAN MOST THAT
SOME OF THE BEST LEARNING TAKES PLACE
OUTSIDE OF THE CLASSROOM.
The recent graduate of Humber’s Hospitality and Tourism                Sargam, who spent a year backpacking in New Zealand, Australia
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Operations Management program is the only North American               and Asia before she came to Humber, will follow her world tour with
student participating in a prestigious fellowship program with the     a six-month paid traineeship program with BCD Travel in Toronto.
Association of Corporate Travel Executives, sponsored by BCD Travel.   “I had such an amazing travel experience backpacking that I realized
In May 2015, Sargam travelled with two other participants to luxury     I wanted to work in the tourism industry,” says Sargam, who has a
hotels in Dubai, Bangalore, Sao Paulo, Beijing, Amsterdam, Antwerp      bachelor’s degree in sociology. “Humber’s program has proven to be
and Paris to learn about corporate travel in a six-week whirlwind of    a great way to prepare me for a career in the industry.”
meetings, seminars and industry-related tours.
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GLOBAL/INTERNATIONAL

                                     GO ABROAD AND DISCOVER
                                     A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITIES
                                     The world is getting smaller – so we offer lots
                                     of opportunities to get out in the world and learn
                                     in a whole new way.
                                     ƒƒ Semester/course abroad
                                     ƒƒ Study tour/field trip
                                     ƒƒ Research project
                                     ƒƒ Internship placement
                                     ƒƒ Volunteer experience

                                          To learn more, visit
                                          international.humber.ca/study-abroad

                                       “I’M A BIG BELIEVER IN EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION.
                                        ONE OF THE ADVANTAGES OF THE PROGRAMS
                                        HERE AT HUMBER IS THAT WE DO A GOOD JOB
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                                        OF CONNECTING THE CLASSROOM WITH THE
                                        REAL WORLD.”
                                        PROFESSOR RYAN SNIDER
                                        School of Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism
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GLOBAL
                                                             CITIZENSHIP
                                                             CERTIFICATE
                                                             Enrol in Humber’s Global Citizenship
                                                             Certificate – an innovative, free program
                                                             for students that will give you a career
                                                             advantage in our culturally diverse and
                                                             rapidly changing world.

                                                                    To learn more, visit
                                                                    international.humber.ca/global-citizenship

Humber has more than 3,400 international students
from more than 100 countries around the world, as well
as partnerships with institutions in China, Taiwan, India,
New Zealand, Jamaica and many other places.
With comprehensive services for international students at
our Lakeshore and North campuses, Humber truly becomes
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home for thousands of students each year.

    See videos, galleries, and more at
    humber.ca/viewbook
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ENROLMENT ROAD MAP

                                     FOLLOW THESE STEPS TO
                                     APPLY FOR YOUR DREAM
                                     PROGRAM AT HUMBER.

                                      Research   ƒƒ Not sure what you want to study? Use Humber’s online Find Your Match
                                                    career tool at humbercareerfinder.com.
                                      Humber’s
                                                 ƒƒ Research programs at humber.ca.
                                      Programs
                                                 ƒƒ Have questions? Book an appointment to speak with a Recruitment
                                                    Advisor at humber.ca/visit/advising.
                                                 ƒƒ Join us for a tour at our North, Lakeshore or Orangeville Campuses
                                                    at humber.ca/visit/campustours.

                                      Apply to   ƒƒ Apply to Humber at ontariocolleges.ca. Be sure to submit your application
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                                                    by the equal consideration deadline of February 1, 2016.
                                      Humber
                                                 ƒƒ After you’ve applied, you’ll receive an acknowledgement postcard from Humber.
                                                 ƒƒ If you’re an international student, you can apply directly to Humber.
                                                    Go to international.humber.ca for more details.

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Track Your     ƒƒ Track the status of your application through Humber’s student portal at          KEY DATES
                  humber.ca/myhumber. You’ll receive an email with your username and
Application       password after you’ve applied.                                                   ONTARIO COLLEGE APPLICATION
               ƒƒ Depending on your program, you may have to complete testing, submit a            SERVICE (OCAS) BEGINS SENDING
                  portfolio or come to campus for an assessment or audition. If your program       APPLICATION INFORMATION TO
                  has Secondary Admissions Requirements, information on how to complete            HUMBER:
                  those requirements will be sent to you once we’ve received your application.
                                                                                                   NOVEMBER 2015
                                                                                                   ƒƒ Colleges begin to receive applicant
Receive        ƒƒ Congratulations! You’ve received an offer of admission. There are still a           information from ontariocolleges.ca
                  number of steps to complete before you start classes, so be sure to read            in late November. You will be contacted
Your Offer        the information below very carefully and contact us if you’re unsure what to        with information about tracking
                  do next.
                                                                                                      application status.

Confirm        ƒƒ Confirm your offer at ontariocolleges.ca and humber.ca/myhumber.                 EQUAL CONSIDERATION DATE:
Your Offer     ƒƒ If you’re planning on living in residence, fill out your residence application
                  online at residence.humber.ca as soon as possible. Residence spaces are
                                                                                                   FEBRUARY 1, 2016
                  offered on a first come, first served basis.                                     ƒƒ All applications received by
                                                                                                      ontariocolleges.ca on or before
                                                                                                      February 1 will be given equal
Do Some        ƒƒ Many Humber programs require placement testing. This testing is not                 consideration in the application process.
                  for admission. It’s to make sure you’re placed in the right English and (if
Fact-Finding      applicable) math courses. Check your email for information on booking a
                  test date.                                                                       FIRST RELEASE OF OFFERS:
               ƒƒ Have questions about services and supports available at Humber?                  FEBRUARY 1, 2016
                  Go to wegotyou.humber.ca for more information.
               ƒƒ Transferring from another institution? Get information on transfer credit on
                                                                                                   ƒƒ First date that offers of admission
                  Humber’s How To Apply page at humber.ca/admissions/how-apply.                       can be made for applicants to all
               ƒƒ If you have any questions at this stage of the process, please                      Humber programs.
                  contact us at enquiry@humber.ca.
                                                                                                   FIRST CONFIRMATION DEADLINE:

Pay Your       ƒƒ Find information about applying for bursaries, scholarships and the              MAY 1, 2016
                  Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) at humber.ca/admissions/
Fees              financial-aid.
                                                                                                   ƒƒ You must confirm an offer of
                                                                                                      admission. Confirmations are made at
               ƒƒ Pay your deposit of $500 (domestic students) or $1,000 (international
                                                                                                      ontariocolleges.ca.
                  students) on humber.ca/myhumber.
                                                                                                   ƒƒ Confirmations made after May 1 will
                                                                                                      be accepted if space is available in the
Register for   ƒƒ Register for classes online at humber.ca/myhumber.                                  program. Refer to your offer letter for your
Classes                                                                                               confirmation deadline.

                                                                                                   FIRST FEES DUE DATE:
Attend         ƒƒ Attend orientation to find out where your classes are as well as all the

Orientation       other facilities and services available to you as a Humber student. Go to        JUNE 2016*
                  wegotyou.humber.ca to find out more about all the services and support
                                                                                                   ƒƒ Tuition deposit is due. Late payment of
                  Humber has to offer.
                                                                                                      deposit will only be accepted if space is
                                                                                                      available in the program.
You’ve         ƒƒ Welcome to your first day at Humber!                                             ƒƒ Offers may be withdrawn unless the
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Arrived                                                                                               tuition deposit is made on time.

    To learn more, visit
    humber.ca/admissions/how-apply
                                                                                                   *Fees Due Date to be determined.
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FINANCIAL AID

                                      YOU WANT A GREAT EDUCATION AND WE
                                      WANT TO HELP YOU GET ONE. THERE ARE
                                      MANY WAYS TO MAKE THAT POSSIBLE.

                                      BURSARIES                                  AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
                                                                                                                                          ESTIMATING YOUR FEES
                                      We provide bursaries to students           We awarded more than 1,000 awards
                                      who have financial emergencies             and scholarships to eligible students last       Diploma or Certificate Tuition    $4,000
                                      or an ongoing financial need.              year, including entrance scholarships and
                                                                                 awards for academic achievement. As              Bachelor’s Degree Tuition         $7,100
                                      ƒƒ Financial Need Bursaries
                                      ƒƒ Student Access Guarantee Bursaries      well, we’ll help you find information about      International Students Tuition   $14,200
                                                                                 application-based scholarships both from
                                      ƒƒ Ontario First Generation Bursaries                                                       Books$1,500
                                                                                 Humber and from external sources.
                                      ƒƒ Study Abroad Bursaries
                                                                                 For more information, go to                      Supplies$500
                                      For more, visit humber.ca/admissions/
                                                                                 humber.ca/studentawards                          Parking$580
                                      financial-aid/humber-bursaries
                                                                                                                                  Public Transit                    $1,250
                                      OSAP                                       WORK STUDY PROGRAM                               Residence and Meal Plan$8,302–$10,731
                                      The Ontario Student Assistance             The Ontario Work Study Program enables you
                                      Program (OSAP) provides federally and      to work part-time on campus to help finance     Note: Estimated cost for one year based
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                                      provincially funded loans and grants       your education. Check with Career Services      on 2015/2016 rates covering two academic
                                      to eligible postsecondary students.        for job postings and eligibility information.   semesters. Costs will vary for each program.
                                                                                                                                 Co-op and/or lab fees are not included.
                                      You can learn more at www.osap.gov.on.ca   For details, go to humber.ca/admissions/
                                                                                 financial-aid/ontario-work-study-program

                                                                                                                                         To learn more, visit
                                                                                                                                         humber.ca/fees
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ACADEMIC PATHWAYS AND TRANSFERS

DIFFERENT GOALS HAVE DIFFERENT PATHS
We’ll work with you to map the route to where you want to go. Transfer
options, a wide range of credentials and specialized programs will help
you along your journey to success. Take a foundation program, then move
to a diploma. Complete a diploma, then apply for advanced standing to
a degree. The path is yours to choose.

FOUNDATION PROGRAMS (2–3 SEMESTERS)                                    APPRENTICESHIPS (3–4 YEARS)
Our foundation certificates allow you to gain and upgrade the skills   Apprenticeships offer you the opportunity to learn an in-demand
you need to pursue further studies or get on track to launch your      skill in a variety of fields. We help get you ready for the workplace
career. These programs will help you build a portfolio, develop and    through practical experience and in-school training.
hone your skills or take the next step in your career.
                                                                       BACHELOR’S DEGREES (4 YEARS)
CERTIFICATES (2–3 SEMESTERS)                                           Our bachelor’s degrees give you the ideal balance of theoretical,
One-year and short-term certificates allow you to establish a          academic knowledge and practical, career-oriented experience.
foundation of knowledge in a given field or upgrade your skills        We combine the highest academic standards with exceptional
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in your current career.                                                internships and field placements.

DIPLOMAS (4–6 SEMESTERS)                                               ONTARIO GRADUATE CERTIFICATES (2–3 SEMESTERS)
Our career-focused diplomas are designed to give you specialized       Intended for students who already have a bachelor’s degree or
knowledge, enabling you to be work-ready when you graduate.            a relevant postsecondary credential, you will gain specialized
                                                                       knowledge and job experience in your field of interest.
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ACADEMIC PATHWAYS AND TRANSFERS

                                     TRANSFER OPTIONS
                                     Humber offers many ways to transfer between credentials and institutions. You can start
                                     in a certificate program then progress to a diploma. From there, earn a diploma and
                                     transfer your credits towards a degree. For example, students who complete Humber’s
                                     three-year Business Administration advanced diploma program can transfer into most of
                                     our Bachelor of Commerce degrees for the final two years of study. Students completing
                                     a comparable Business Administration advanced diploma at another Ontario college may
                                     be qualified for entry into year three of most of Humber’s Bachelor of Commerce degrees.

                                             To learn more, visit
                                             humber.ca/transferoptions

                                     WE CAN PUT YOU IN THE FAST LANE
                                     Start your career and education planning today. Explore the postsecondary education opportunities available to you and make an
                                     informed decision for your future. Planning ahead and making informed decisions will give you multiple pathways for future studies.

                                                     START HERE:                                        START HERE:                                       START HERE:
                                                 Mature Student or                       Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)                       Bachelor’s Degree or
                                      Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)                       or College Diploma                                   College Diploma

                                         HUMBER CERTIFICATE/DIPLOMA
                                                  1 Year Certificate OR
                                                   2 Year Diploma OR                                                                                   HUMBER ONTARIO
                                               3 Year Advanced Diploma                       HUMBER BACHELOR’S DEGREE                                GRADUATE CERTIFICATE
                                                                                                                                                         (POSTGRAD)

                                          HUMBER BACHELOR’S DEGREE

                                                                                                     CONTINUE HERE:
                                                                                                       Career
                                                                                                   Master’s Degree
                                                                                    Humber Continuing Education Programs/Courses

                                     SECONDARY SCHOOL                     COLLEGE TRANSFER                     UNIVERSITY TRANSFER                      MATURE APPLICANT
                                     APPLICANT                            APPLICANT                            APPLICANT
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                                     A Secondary School Applicant         A College Transfer Applicant         A University Transfer Applicant has      A Mature Applicant is or will be at
                                     is either currently registered in    has previously attended a college.   previously attended a university.        least 19 years of age at the start of
                                     secondary school and will graduate   Applicants who have attended         Applicants who have attended             college, and has neither graduated
                                     before the start of college, or      college outside of Canada will       university outside of Canada will        from high school, nor previously
                                     has already graduated but has        need to have transcripts assessed    need to have transcripts assessed        attended a college or university.
                                     no additional postsecondary          by WES or ICAS. Credential           by WES or ICAS. Credential
                                     educational experience.              evaluation fees will apply.          evaluation fees will apply.
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ACADEMIC PATHWAYS AND TRANSFERS

  HUMBER FOUR-YEAR                                          COLLEGE DIPLOMA IN RELATED                                            SEMESTERS REQUIRED
  BACHELOR’S DEGREE                                         AREA OR FIELD OF STUDY                                                TO COMPLETE THE DEGREE*
  Bachelor of Applied Arts – Criminal Justice               Community and Justice Services Diploma (2yr)                          5 semesters, plus two eight-week work terms
                                                            Police Foundations Diploma (2yr)                                      6 semesters, plus two eight-week work terms
  Bachelor of Applied Arts – Film and Media Production      Film and Television Production Diploma (3yr)                          4 semesters, plus one work term
  Bachelor of Applied Arts – Paralegal Studies              Paralegal Education Diploma (2yr)                                     6 semesters, plus one work term
  Bachelor of Child and Youth Care                          Child and Youth Worker Diploma (3yr)                                  4 semesters, plus one work term
  Bachelor of Commerce – Accounting                         Business Accounting (2yr)                                             6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business Administration – Accounting (3yr)                            5 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business Administration Diploma (3yr)                                 5 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business Management Diploma (2yr)                                     6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business – Marketing Diploma (2yr)                                    7 semesters, plus one work term
  Bachelor of Commerce – Digital Business Management        Business Administration Diploma (3yr)                                 4 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business Management Diploma (2yr)                                     6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business – Marketing Diploma (2yr)                                    6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Tourism and Hospitality Management Diploma (2yr)                      6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Tourism Management and Travel Industry Services Diploma (2yr)         6 semesters, plus one work term
  Bachelor of Commerce – Fashion Management                 Business Administration Diploma (3yr)                                 4 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business Management Diploma (2yr)                                     6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business – Marketing Diploma (2yr)                                    6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Fashion Arts Diploma (2yr)                                            5 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Tourism and Hospitality Management Diploma (2yr)                      6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Tourism Management and Travel Industry Services Diploma (2yr)         6 semesters, plus one work term
  Bachelor of Commerce – Finance                            Business Administration Diploma (3yr)                                 4 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business Management Diploma (2yr)                                     6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business – Marketing Diploma (2yr)                                    6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Tourism and Hospitality Management Diploma (2yr)                      6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Tourism Management and Travel Industry Services Diploma (2yr)         6 semesters, plus one work term
  Bachelor of Commerce – Hospitality and Tourism            Business Administration Diploma (3yr)                                 4 semesters, plus one work term
  Management                                                Business Management Diploma (2yr)                                     6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business – Marketing Diploma (2yr)                                    6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Tourism and Hospitality Management Diploma (2yr)                      6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Tourism Management and Travel Industry Services Diploma (2yr)         6 semesters, plus one work term
  Bachelor of Commerce – Human Resources                    Business Administration Diploma (3yr)                                 4 semesters, plus one work term
  Management                                                Business Management Diploma (2yr)                                     6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business – Marketing Diploma (2yr)                                    6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Tourism and Hospitality Management Diploma (2yr)                      6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Tourism Management and Travel Industry Services Diploma (2yr)         6 semesters, plus one work term
  Bachelor of Commerce – International Business             Business Administration Diploma (3yr)                                 4 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business Management Diploma (2yr)                                     6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business – Marketing Diploma (2yr)                                    6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Tourism and Hospitality Management Diploma (2yr)                      6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Tourism Management and Travel Industry Services Diploma (2yr)         6 semesters, plus one work term
  Bachelor of Commerce – Management Studies                 Business Administration Diploma (3yr)                                 4 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business Management Diploma (2yr)                                     6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business – Marketing Diploma (2yr)                                    6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Tourism and Hospitality Management Diploma (2yr)                      6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Tourism Management and Travel Industry Services Diploma (2yr)         6 semesters, plus one work term
  Bachelor of Commerce – Marketing                          Business Administration Diploma (3yr)                                 4 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business Management Diploma (2yr)                                     6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business – Marketing Diploma (2yr)                                    6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Tourism and Hospitality Management Diploma (2yr)                      6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Tourism Management and Travel Industry Services Diploma (2yr)         6 semesters, plus one work term
  Bachelor of Commerce – Supply Chain Management            Business Administration Diploma (3yr)                                 4 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business Management Diploma (2yr)                                     6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Business – Marketing Diploma (2yr)                                    6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Tourism and Hospitality Management Diploma (2yr)                      6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Tourism Management and Travel Industry Services Diploma (2yr)         6 semesters, plus one work term
  Bachelor of Creative Advertising                          Advertising and Graphic Design Diploma (2yr)                          6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Graphic Design Diploma (3yr)                                          4 semesters, plus one work term
  Bachelor of Digital Communications                        Media Communications (2yr)                                            6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Multi–Media Design and Development (2yr)                              6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Web Design and Interactive Media (3yr)                                4 semesters, plus one work term
  Bachelor of Industrial Design                             Industrial Design Diploma (3yr)                                       4 semesters, plus one work term
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  Bachelor of Interior Design                               Interior Design Diploma (3yr)                                         4 semesters, plus one work term
  Bachelor of International Development                     Graduates of diploma programs will be assessed
                                                            on an individual basis for transfer credit.
  Bachelor of Journalism                                    Journalism – Print and Broadcast (3yr)                                4 semesters, plus one work term
  Bachelor of Music                                         Graduates of diploma programs will be assessed
                                                            on an individual basis for transfer credit.
  Bachelor of Public Relations                              Public Relations Diploma (2yr)                                        6 semesters, plus one work term
                                                            Public Relations Diploma (3yr)                                        4 semesters, plus one work term
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*The advanced standing outlined in this chart is a general guideline. Diploma graduates may be required to take courses offered in lower semesters in order to meet the
 overall degree learning outcomes. Specific program grade point averages (GPAs) and subject requirements are required for admission.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS AND PROGRAMS

                                     CERTIFICATES AND DIPLOMAS
                                      Program Name                  Academic Requirements                                  Secondary Requirements   Semesters   Campus   Semester
                                                                                                                                                                         Start
                                      APPLIED TECHNOLOGY
                                      Architectural Technology      Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), any Grade 12 C                               6           North    Sep/Jan
                                                                    or U Math, and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Cabinet Making                Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), any Grade 12 C                               3           North    Sep/Jan
                                                                    or U Math, and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Civil Engineering             Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), Grade 12 Math                                6           North    September
                                      Technology                    (MCT4C, MDM4U, MCB4U, MGA4U, MCV4U or MHF4U),
                                                                    and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Design Foundation             Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                                    2           North    September
                                                                    Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Electrical Engineering        Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), any Grade 12 C                               4           North    Sep/Jan
                                      Technician – Control          or U Math, and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Systems
                                      Electrical Engineering        Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), any Grade 12 C                               6           North    September
                                      Technology – Control          or U Math, and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Systems
                                      Electrical Techniques         Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), any Grade 12 C                               2           North    Sep/Jan/May
                                                                    or U Math, and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Electromechanical             Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), any Grade 12 C                               4           North    September
                                      Engineering Technician –      or U Math, and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Automation and Robotics
                                      Profile
                                      Electromechanical             Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), any Grade 12 C                               6           North    September
                                      Engineering Technology –      or U Math, and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Automation and Robotics
                                      Profile
                                      Electronics Engineering       Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), any Grade 12 C                               4           North    Sep/Jan
                                      Technician                    or U Math, and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Heating, Refrigeration and    Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), any Grade 12 C                               4           North    September
                                      Air Conditioning Technician   or U Math, and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Heating, Refrigeration and    Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), any Grade 12 C                               6           North    September
                                      Air Conditioning Technology   or U Math, and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Home Renovation               Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), any Grade 12 C                               3           North    Sep/Jan
                                      Technician                    or U Math, and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Industrial Woodworking        Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), any Grade 12 C                               3           North    Sep/Jan
                                      Technician                    or U Math, and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Interior Decorating           Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                                    4           North    Sep/Jan
                                                                    Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Landscape Technician          Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), any Grade 12 C                               4           North    September
                                                                    or U Math, and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Mechanical Engineering        Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), any Grade 12 C or                            4           North    September
                                      Technician                    U Math, and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Mechanical Engineering        Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), any Grade 12 C or                            6           North    September
                                      Technology                    U Math, and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Mechanical Techniques -       Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), Grade 12 Math                                2           North    September
                                      Millwright                    (MAP4C, MCT4C, MDM4U, MTT-4G, MAT-4A), and two
                                                                    Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Plumbing Techniques           Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), any Grade 12 C or                            2           North    Sep/Jan
                                                                    U Math, and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
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                                      Sustainable Energy and        Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), any Grade 12 C                               6           North    September
                                      Building Technology           or U Math, and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Urban Arboriculture –         Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                                    2           North    January
                                      Tree Care                     Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Welding Techniques            Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), Grade 12 Math                                2           North    September
                                                                    (MAP4C, MCT4C, MDM4U, MTT-4G, MAT-4A), and two
                                                                    Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.

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Program Name                    Academic Requirements                                        Secondary Requirements              Semesters         Campus           Semester
                                                                                                                                                                     Start
 ARTS AND PERFORMANCE
 Acting for Film                 Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                 Audition                            4                 Lakeshore        September
 and Television                  Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
 Comedy:                         Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                 Audition                            4                 Lakeshore        September
 Writing and Performance         Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
 Jazz Performance –              Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                 Audition                            2                 Lakeshore        September
 Introduction to                 Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
 Commercial Jazz
 Theatre Performance             Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                 Audition                            6                 Lakeshore        September
                                 Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
 Theatre Production              Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                 Information session                 4                 Lakeshore        September
                                 Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.

 BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT
 Business – Accounting           Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), Grade 12 Math                                                 4                 North            Sep/Jan/May
                                 (MAP4C, MCT4C, MDM4U, MCB4U, MGA4U, MCV4U or                                                                       Lakeshore        Sep/Jan
                                 MHF4U) or Grade 11 U or M Math (MCR3U or MCF3M),
                                 and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
 Business Administration         Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), Grade 12 Math                                                 6                 North            Sep/Jan/May
                                 (MAP4C, MCT4C, MDM4U, MCB4U, MGA4U, MCV4U or                                                                       Lakeshore        Sep/Jan
                                 MHF4U) or Grade 11 U or M Math (MCR3U or MCF3M),
                                 and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
 Business Administration         Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), Grade 12 Math                                                 6                 Lakeshore        Sep/Jan
 (Co-op)                         (MAP4C, MCT4C, MDM4U, MCB4U, MGA4U, MCV4U or
                                 MHF4U) or Grade 11 U or M Math (MCR3U or MCF3M),
                                 and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
 Business Administration –       Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), Grade 12 Math                                                 6                 North            Sep/Jan/May
 Accounting                      (MAP4C, MCT4C, MDM4U, MCB4U, MGA4U, MCV4U or
                                 MHF4U) or Grade 11 U or M Math (MCR3U or MCF3M),
                                 and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
 Business Administration –       Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), Grade 12 Math                                                 6                 Lakeshore        September
 Professional Golf               (MAP4C, MCT4C, MDM4U, MCB4U, MGA4U, MCV4U or
 Management                      MHF4U) or Grade 11 U or M Math (MCR3U or MCF3M),
                                 and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
 Business Management             Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), Grade 12 Math                                                 4                 North            Sep/Jan/May
                                 (MAP4C, MCT4C, MDM4U, MCB4U, MGA4U, MCV4U or                                                                       Lakeshore        Sep/Jan
                                 MHF4U) or Grade 11 U or M Math (MCR3U or MCF3M),
                                 and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
 Business Management –           Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), Grade 12 Math                                                 4                 Lakeshore        Sep/Jan
 Financial Services              (MAP4C, MCT4C, MDM4U, MCB4U, MGA4U, MCV4U or
                                 MHF4U) or Grade 11 U or M Math (MCR3U or MCF3M),
                                 and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
 Business – Marketing            Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), Grade 12 Math                                                 4                 North            Sep/Jan/May
                                 (MAP4C, MCT4C, MDM4U, MCB4U, MGA4U, MCV4U or
                                 MHF4U) or Grade 11 U or M Math (MCR3U or MCF3M),
                                 and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
 Cosmetic Management             Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                                                     3                 North            Sep/Jan
                                 Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
 Esthetician/Spa                 Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                                                     4                 North            Sep/Jan
 Management                      Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
 Fashion Arts                    Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                                                     4                 North            Sep/Jan
                                 Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
 Law Clerk                       Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                                                     4                 North            Sep/Jan
                                 Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
 Law Firm Profile –              Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                                                     2                 North            September
 Office Administration           Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
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 Paralegal Education             Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                                                     4                 North            Sep/Jan
                                 Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.

Mature students should refer to specific course selection for admission requirements. International students should refer to international.humber.ca for course equivalents and
application information.
Secondary Requirements may include samples of creative work, letters of intent, resumés, pre-admission tests, auditions and questionnaires, and vary by program. Applicants will   37
receive specific information about their additional Secondary Requirements following application.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS AND PROGRAMS

                                     CERTIFICATES AND DIPLOMAS
                                      Program Name                Academic Requirements                                  Secondary Requirements   Semesters   Campus        Semester
                                                                                                                                                                            Start
                                      COMMUNIT Y AND EMERGENCY SERVICES
                                      Child and Youth Care        Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                                    6           Lakeshore     Sep/Jan
                                                                  Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Community and Justice       Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                                    4           Lakeshore     Sep/Jan
                                      Services                    Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Developmental               Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                                    4           Lakeshore     September
                                      Services Worker             Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Early Childhood Education   Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                                    4           North         Sep/Jan/May
                                                                  Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.                                                           Orangeville   September
                                      Emergency                   Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                                    1           North         Sep/Jan
                                      Telecommunications          Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Police Foundations          Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                                    4           Lakeshore     Sep/Jan
                                                                  Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.                                                           Orangeville   September
                                      Pre-Service Firefighter     OSSD completion.                                       Admission testing        2           North         Sep/Jan
                                      Education and Training
                                      Protection, Security        Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                                    4           Lakeshore     Sep/Jan
                                      and Investigation           Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Social Service Worker       Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                                    4           Lakeshore     September
                                                                  Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.                                                           Orangeville   September

                                      HE ALTH SCIENCES
                                      Biotechnology               Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), Grade 12 Math                                4           North         September
                                                                  (MAP4C, MCT4C, MDM4U, MCB4U, MGA4U, MCV4U or
                                                                  MHF4U), Grade 11 or 12 Biology (SB13C, SB13U or
                                                                  SB14U) and Grade 11 or 12 Chemistry (SCH3C, SCH4C
                                                                  or SCH4U).
                                      Funeral Director 1          Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three           Portfolio                5           North         September
                                      (Embalming)                 Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Funeral Director 2          Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three           Portfolio                4           North         September
                                      (Non-embalming)             Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Funeral Pre-Planner         OSSD completion.                                                                2           Online        September
                                      Occupational Therapist      Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), Grade 11 or 12                               4           North         September
                                      Assistant and               Biology (SBI3C, SBI3U or SBI4U), and two Grade 11 or
                                      Physiotherapist Assistant   12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Paramedic                   OSSD completion.                                       Admission testing        4           North         September
                                      Personal Support Worker     Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), and three                                    2           North         September
                                                                  Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Pharmacy Technician         Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), any Grade 12 C                               4           North         September
                                                                  or U Math, Grade 11 or 12 Biology (SB13C, SB13U or
                                                                  SB14U) and Grade 11 or 12 Chemistry (SCH3U, SCH4C
                                                                  or SCH4U).
                                      Practical Nursing           OSSD completion.                                       Admission testing        4           North         September

                                      HOSPITALIT Y, RECRE ATION AND TOURISM
                                      Baking and Pastry Arts      Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), Grade 12 Math                                4           North         September
                                      Management                  (MAP4C, MCT4C, MDM4U, MCB4U, MGA4U, MCV4U or
                                                                  MHF4U) or Grade 11 U or M Math (MCR3U or MCF3M),
                                                                  and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Culinary Management         Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), Grade 12 Math                                4           North         Sep/Jan
                                                                  (MAP4C, MCT4C, MDM4U, MCB4U, MGA4U, MCV4U or
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                                                                  MHF4U) or Grade 11 U or M Math (MCR3U or MCF3M),
                                                                  and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Culinary Skills             Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), Grade 12 Math                                2           North         Sep/Jan
                                                                  (MAP4C, MCT4C, MDM4U, MCB4U, MGA4U, MCV4U or
                                                                  MHF4U) or Grade 11 U or M Math (MCR3U or MCF3M),
                                                                  and two Grade 11 or 12 C, M or U courses.
                                      Fitness and Health          Grade 12 English (ENG4C or ENG4U), any Grade 12 C                               4           North         Sep/Jan/May
                                      Promotion                   or U Math, Grade 11 or 12 Biology (SBI3C, SBI3U or                                          Orangeville   September
38                                                                SBI4U) or Grade 12 Chemistry (SCH4C or SCH4U) or
                                                                  Grade 12 Exercise Science (PSE4U), and one Grade 11
                                                                  or 12 C, M or U course.
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