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Courses Offered

Taking a dual credit course at Humber means you have the opportunity to earn both a college course credit and a credit towards your secondary school diploma – a great way to learn more about Humber’s programs and college life.

Arts, Media & Humanities

Animation Art 1

College Course Code ANMN100
Ministry Code AFR4T
Campus North
Date/Time Wednesday 12:35 pm - 4:10 pm
Course Start/End Date September 13 - December 20 
Lenth of Program 60 hours 
Boards All

This course is designed to give students a firm foundation in the traditional principles of animation (squash and stretch timing, spacing etc.) and the processes by which professional animators would approach an animation problem. Of equal importance is the establishment of an efficient 3D animation workflow, covering topics such as animation planning; rotoscoping; inter-application pipelines and animation tools; UI; and editing.

Social Psychology

College Course Code PSYC224
Ministry Code HCF4T
Campus Lakeshore
Date/Time Tuesday 12:35 pm - 3:15 pm
Course Start/End Date September 12 - December 19 
Lenth of Program 45 hours 
Boards All

This course is designed to introduce students to social psychology, a discipline that examines how people think about, influence and relate to one another. Students will critically evaluate a number of social psychological theories and findings as they seek to better understand the social world around them. Core topics to be discussed in this course include attitude formation and change, persuasion, conformity and obedience, aggression, prejudice and discrimination, group dynamics, gender, culture, altruism and interpersonal attraction. The course will also focus on specific areas of applied social psychology, such as media and social behaviour and psychology and the law. This course is a part of the following certificate Study in Human Behaviour.

Social Psychology

College Course Code PSYC224
Ministry Code HBC4T
Campus North
Date/Time Thursday 12:35 pm - 3:15 pm
Course Start/End Date September 14 - December 21 
Lenth of Program 45 hours 
Boards All

This course is designed to introduce students to social psychology, a discipline that examines how people think about, influence and relate to one another. Students will critically evaluate a number of social psychological theories and findings as they seek to better understand the social world around them. Core topics to be discussed in this course include attitude formation and change, persuasion, conformity and obedience, aggression, prejudice and discrimination, group dynamics, gender, culture, altruism and interpersonal attraction. The course will also focus on specific areas of applied social psychology, such as media and social behaviour and psychology and the law. This course is a part of the following certificate Study in Human Behaviour.

Studio Production 1

College Course Code BRTV100
Ministry Code TGQ4T
Campus North
Date/Time Thursday 12:35 pm - 4:10 pm
Course Start/End Date September 14 - December 21 
Lenth of Program 60 hours 
Boards All

This course introduces students to the functions and operation of each piece of equipment associated with a professional television studio. They will understand the different shot requirements involved with a 3-camera setup while learning how to shoot using the director's vision and guidance. Using an assortment of projects, the students rotate through all of the crew positions and understand the importance of each member of a production team in a television studio setting. Students are also instructed regarding production positions and their roles.

Business & Hospitality

Introductory Cosmetic Application

College Course Code COSM101
Ministry Code TXI4T
Campus North
Date/Time Tuesday 12:35 pm - 3:15 pm
Course Start/End Date September 12 - December 19 
Lenth of Program 45 hours 
Boards All

In this course, students will learn the importance of using professional tools in the application of cosmetics in order to achieve the desired results. Through demonstration and practical assessment, students will have an opportunity to familiarize themselves with the theories and practical skills of correctional make-up techniques, including proportions of the face and body.

Introductory Cosmetic Application

College Course Code COSM101
Ministry Code TXI4T
Campus North
Date/Time Thursday 12:35 pm - 3:15 pm
Course Start/End Date September 14 - December 21 
Lenth of Program 45 hours 
Boards All

In this course, students will learn the importance of using professional tools in the application of cosmetics in order to achieve the desired results. Through demonstration and practical assessment, students will have an opportunity to familiarize themselves with the theories and practical skills of correctional make-up techniques, including proportions of the face and body.

Health Sciences & Community Services

Canadian Criminal Justice System

College Course Code PFP101
Ministry Code HCF4T
Campus Lakeshore
Date/Time Tuesday 12:35 pm - 3:15 pm
Course Start/End Date September 12 - December 19 
Lenth of Program 45 hours 
Boards All

This introductory course provides students with an overview of the Canadian criminal justice system, with a particular emphasis on the history, function, role and organization of Canadian law enforcement services. The operation of the criminal justice system will be examined and analyzed in light of contemporary issues affecting the system. Each of the major components from enforcement through the courts and correctional services will be explored.

Canadian Criminal Justice System

College Course Code PFP101
Ministry Code HCF4T
Campus North
Date/Time Wednesday 12:35 pm - 3:15 pm
Course Start/End Date September 13 - December 20 
Lenth of Program 45 hours 
Boards All

This introductory course provides students with an overview of the Canadian criminal justice system, with a particular emphasis on the history, function, role and organization of Canadian law enforcement services. The operation of the criminal justice system will be examined and analyzed in light of contemporary issues affecting the system. Each of the major components from enforcement through the courts and correctional services will be explored.

Child Development: Prenatal to 2 1/2 years

College Course Code ECE114
Campus Orangville
Date/Time Thursday -9:50 am - 12:30 pm
Course Start/End Date September 7 - December 14
Lenth of Program 45 hours 
Boards UGDSB

This course explores and examines child development from the prenatal period to two and a half years and prepares the early childhood professional to promote the growth and development of children by establishing an individually responsive and inclusive program. Emphasis is placed on the study of child development theory, including principles, domains and stages, as well as an appreciation of the potential impact of heredity, family and culture.

Promoting Health and Safety

College Course Code ECE115
Campus Orangville
Date/Time Thursday 1:30 pm - 4:10 pm
Course Start/End Date September 7 - December 14 
Lenth of Program 45 hours 
Boards UGDSB

Early childhood educators provide optimal health, safety and well-being for all children within early learning and care settings. To understand the roles and responsibilities of the individual, team and community, current health and safety information, the types and levels of child abuse and knowing how to respond to various situations in a professional manner will be examined. Emphasis will be placed on municipal, provincial and national legislation and regulations regarding human rights, child protection, health and safety as they relate to diverse early learning and care environments.