Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning is a leading academic, degree-granting institution. As the largest college in Ontario, with an international reputation for quality programs and academic excellence, Humber serves 22,000 full-time and 56,000 part-time learners in more than 150 post-secondary programs, spanning more than 40 areas of study.
Widest range of credentials
Four year programs with a unique blend of advanced level theory and applied education, including a work placement component.
Choose from Contemporary Music, Creative Advertising, e-Business Marketing, Fashion Management, Human Resources Management, Industrial Design, Interior Design, International Business, Nursing, Paralegal Studies, Tourism Management, Criminal Justice and Film and Media Production.
Diplomas and Advanced Diplomas
Two and three year programs with a work placement incorporated into most programs.
Certificates and Post-graduate study
Highly specialized two or three semester programs with intensive applied learning.
Specifically focused on skilled trades, with 90% of the training at a career related, paid work site.
Humber gives you three important advantages for your future:
1. You’ll have the chance to develop the real world skills that set Humber graduates up for career success.
2. You can design a highly personalized and flexible education path that will take you exactly where you want to go.
3. You’ll be able to connect with your chosen industry and stay current with the needs of the job market.
At Humber, it’s all about getting the kind of education that will help set you apart, that will put you a step ahead of the rest, and above all, make you stand out from the crowd.
For more information on Humber, visit the website.
|Social and Behavioural Sciences and Law||17%|
|Business, Management and Public Administration||16%|
|Architecture, Engineering, and Related Technologies||16%|
|Visual and Performing Arts, and Communications Technologies||16%|
|Personal, Culinary, Protective and Transportation Services||12%|
|Health, Parks, Recreation and Fitness||10%|
|Humanities and Languages||5%|
|Agriculture, Natural Resources and Conservation||3%|
|Mathematics, Computer and Information Sciences||2%|
|Personal Improvement and Leisure||2%|
Modified on August 2, 2013