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How do I use the college credit(s)?

Applying for a Humber Full-Time Program?

We hope you will return to Humber for a full-time program.  Check our website www.humber.ca  for an overview of all the exciting programs Humber offers.

If you are accepted into a Humber program or a program at another College, you might be eligible for transfer credit for your Dual Credit course(s).

You will need 50% or better in your Dual Credit course(s) to be considered for transfer credit at Humber. Note: being exempted for one course per semester will not lower the tuition costs – you will still be considered a full-time student.

How Do I Request a Transcript?

Once you have completed your course, visit the MyHumber website and click on How to Request an Official Humber Transcript.

How to use your Humber credit(s)?

If you have credit for more than one Dual Credit course toward your full- time program, you should speak to the Program Coordinator about how to organize your timetable. If you have more than one course credit, you may be able to spread the courses throughout the program.

Note: if you have advanced standing for one course and are taking a full -time program, you will still be considered a full-time student and will have to pay full tuition. You will save money on textbooks and will have one less course to take, BUT if you are taking four out of five courses, you are still considered a full-time student and pay full tuition.

Keep in mind that advanced standing depends on the affinity of the Dual Credit course. For example, there is no credit for a Landscape course toward the Police Foundations program, etc.

Here are the possibilities for transfer credit for your Humber Dual Credit course(s):

Humber Program Specific Courses

If you have been accepted into a Humber diploma program and have passed a Dual Credit course from that same program, your Dual Credit course can be used as a credit toward that specific program (or the same program in other colleges) as follows:

Humber Courses- Program Specific

Humber Course Code

Ministry Code

Diploma Program

Animation Art 1

ANMN100

AFR4T

3D Animation Art and Design

 

Basic Contemporary Culinary Skills

CULN 135

TUI4T

Culinary Management

Blueprint Reading

HMRN 100

 

TDD4T

Home Renovation Technician

Canadian Criminal Justice System

PFP101

 

HCF4T

Police Foundations  or Community and Justice Services

Note: this course does not receive a credit toward the Humber Paralegal program

Introductory Cosmetic Application

COSM101

TXI4T

Cosmetic Management

Introduction to Spa Management

BSPA 100

TXG4T

Esthetician/Spa Management

Life Drawing for Animation 1

ANMN 101

AFA4T

3D Animation Art and Design

 

Promoting Health and Safety

ECE 115

PPO4T

Early Childhood Education

Safety

HMRN 103

 

TSN4T

Home Renovation

Blueprint Reading

HMRN 100

TDD4T

Home Renovation

Studio Production 1

BRTV100

TGQ4T

Broadcast Television/Videography

 

Sustainable Horticultural Techniques

LAND121

THK4T

Landscape Technician

Theory and Practice of Film and Television

AFTV 102

 

TGD4T

 

Acting for Film and TV

Early Childhood-Promoting Health and Safety

ECE 115

PP04T

Early Childhood Education (ECE)

Life Drawing for Animation 1

ANMN 101

AFA4T

3-D Animation, Art and Design

Methods of Construction CIVL 106 TDE4T

Sustainable Energy and Building Technology 

Recreation and Sport Perspectives RECL 111 PLG4T Recreation and Leisure Services

General Education Elective (GNED) Courses:

In most cases, you should receive credit for Dual Credit General Education courses toward most diploma programs but some diploma programs require very specific general education courses.  In a few cases, the GNED course you studied may not be eligible for credit in the program of your choice.

Humber General Education Elective course

Humber
Course code

Ministry Code

Course Credit

Digital Culture

CULT 239

JEG4T

Credit toward most diploma programs – there might be exceptions

Educational Planning Seminar

GEPL 100

JBC4T

 

Credit toward the one and two year General Arts and Science programs.

Indigenous Perspectives on Music Film and TV

CULT 120

HBC4T

Credit toward most diploma programs – there might be exceptions

Sociology 1

GSOC  110

HSS4T

Credit toward the one and two year General Arts and Science programs or as an elective for most diploma programs – there might be exceptions

Social Psychology

PSYC 224

 

HBC4T

Credit toward most diploma programs – there might be exceptions

Need More Credits to Complete your OSSD

If you still need credits to complete your secondary school diploma, you are allowed to take up to four (4) Dual Credit courses.

Speak with your secondary school guidance counsellor about the possibility.