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Humber offers a broad range of credentials that will give students the skills they need to stay competitive and resilient in evolving global job markets. Programs are developed with industry input ensuring they meet current and future career requirements. 

Artificial Intelligence with Machine Learning

The Artificial Intelligence with Machine Learning Ontario Graduate Certificate was developed to fill the need for a growing and in-demand skillset.

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Creative and Professional Writing, Bachelor Of

The Honours Bachelor of Creative and Professional Writing helps you transform your passion for writing into a fulfilling career.

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Retirement Home Management

Develop foundational skills in the areas of leadership, administration, hospitality, financial management, sales and marketing, health, wellness and recreation, food and nutrition, and human resources management.

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Hearing Instrument Specialist

Hearing instrument specialists (HIS) are valued members of a hearing health-care team.

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Engineering – Information Systems Engineering, Bachelor of

Humber’s Bachelor of Engineering program begins with a common platform of first year courses which provides foundational engineering knowledge and skills.

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Engineering – Mechatronics, Bachelor of

Get hands-on experience with industry-standard advanced technology.

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Engineering – The Built Environment, Bachelor of

Humber’s Bachelor of Engineering program begins with a common platform of first year courses which provide foundational engineering knowledge and skills.

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Humber College Launches Its First Independent Nursing Degree

Humber College has launched its independent nursing degree, one of the first in the Ontario college sector.

Humber is a leader in degree education in the Ontario college sector. One quarter of all students enrolled in a degree program at an Ontario college study at Humber.

With the new degree, Humber will continue to educate a diverse student population, helping to create a healthcare workforce that mirrors the diversity of Ontario’s population.

Humber will begin teaching the first cohort of Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree students in September 2021.

Bachelor of Science, Nursing Degree  

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Confederation, Humber and Seneca Partner to Promote Indigenous Leadership Through Proposed New Degree Program

Confederation College, Humber College and Seneca are collaborating to develop an Indigenous Leadership degree program.

The inspiration for the new program is the institutions’ collective response to the continued, critical need to advance Indigenous learning and contribute to a process of decolonization and reconciliation. Designed to restore and revitalize customary Indigenous leadership, the proposed degree program will prepare graduates to build capacity in community, economic, social and cultural development.

Content for this degree will be informed by an Indigenous Leadership degree program established by Confederation College in the early 2000s. Curriculum will be based on Indigenous Knowledges, customs and practices reflective of the diverse Nations in northwestern Ontario, central and southern Ontario. It will be jointly designed, developed and offered by the three institutions in a partnership founded on Indigenous principles of relationship building, sharing and respectful, reciprocal engagement.

Humber Expanding the Centre for Skilled Trades and Technology

New and enhanced training opportunities will help address the skills shortage

Humber College is expanding the Centre for Skilled Trades and Technology (110 Carrier Drive) to help address the increasing demand for apprenticeship and trades training.

Scheduled to start construction this fall, the $9.5 million expansion will feature simulated worksites for hands-on learning and alternative methods of course delivery, such as online learning and the use of virtual reality and augmented reality in trades, including plumbing, carpentry, electrical, welding, industrial woodworking and renovation labs.

The planned 16,620-square-foot addition to the centre will allow the college to:

  • Increase the number of skilled trades training opportunities for pre-apprentices, apprentices and post-secondary learners by approximately 500 students
  • Add additional trades to Humber's portfolio in the construction, industrial and service sectors
  • Add to and improve existing facilities located at 110 Carrier Dr., improving efficiency in space utilization and training effectiveness

The planned expansion is scheduled to be completed over the next three years.

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