If you have never taken a course before, you will be assigned a username during the online registration process. See Online Registration below.
You can browse for certificates, diplomas as well as in-class and online course offerings on our website.
A prerequisite is a course (or other qualification) required as preparation for entry to a specific course. If a student considers that they have equivalent educational background or experience, they may request a transfer credit from the Office of the Registrar. More information on Transfer Credit(s) and Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR).
Students may be given credit for certain courses they have successfully completed during postsecondary studies. More information about transfer credits.
Registrants may request credits based on learning acquired through work, volunteer, or other life experiences. More information on Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR).
Fees for courses are shown online once you select your course and prior to payment. Fees do not include the cost of textbooks and/or supplies unless the course listing specifically states that books and materials are included in the fee. If HST applies to the course, it is part of the advertised fee. Humber’s business number is 107497273-RT0001.
Non-Canadian residents will be charged a premium fee for courses.
Most courses are offered at the start of September, January and May. However, some courses start at various times throughout the year. Please refer to specific courses for start dates.
Students typically gain access to their online courses about two to three days before the course start date. If you register after the course has started, you will have access within 24 hours after you complete your registration. If you register on a Friday, you will get access the following Monday.
If your course is offered on Humber Blackboard, you can access your course materials by logging in to learn.humber.ca, using your Humber username and password (the same credentials used to access Humber workstations, e-mail and wireless services). For more information regarding the various learning platforms that online courses are offered on, please visit the Open Learning Centre.
Your username uniquely identifies you at Humber and is needed to access various technical services. Please contact the I.T. Support Centre if you do not know your username or your password.
If your course fee includes textbooks, this information will be available on the course description found on the website. Typically at your first class, your instructor will review the course outline and will advise you what text(s) and materials are required for your course. Often during the first class, time is taken to ensure you can get to the Bookstore before it closes. For online courses, materials/texts will be posted on the course site. Information on how to order books online.
Declaring a certificate or program of study will make the process of applying for graduating easier and faster. As well, you will be able to check your progress towards the completion of your credential online at humber.ca/myhumber. If you have taken more than three courses, you will be required to declare your program prior to registration. To declare your program of study, email email@example.com
Humber offers an easy-to-use online registration process to make enrolling in a course easy. Here’s how you can register:
- Under Browse Programs & Courses, choose your course from the A-Z list or from Fields of Study.
- After choosing your course, select the blue Registration Options button.
- This will take you to the Flexible Registration Schedule Builder where you can add the course to your calendar, create an account and complete your registration and payment.
If you are experiencing problems with your online registration, contact the Registrar’s Office at 416- 675-5000.
If you are having trouble with your sign-in credentials, visit the IT Support Centre, or call 416-675-6622 ext. 8888.
How to Register
The room number for your in-class course can be found on your Verification of Registration. However, there may be times when classroom or lab locations are not assigned until the day the course begins. For updates on your room assignment, refer to your timetable/schedule found at humber.ca/myhumber.
Students wishing to withdraw from a continuing education course need to withdraw one full business day before the second class takes place. Kindly note, that drop dates may vary depending on the course and we recommend contacting the School/Department that delivers the course for accurate information.
Instructions on withdrawing from a course please visit: http://www.humber.ca/myhumber/how-drop-or-withdraw-course