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English Courses Listed By Program

Employers require Humber graduates to possess exceptional communication abilities. As a result, the Department of English delivers courses that provide Humber students with the necessary written and verbal communications skills that will lead to success in their professional and personal lives.

To identify the English requirements for your individual program, please select the School and then Program in which you are registered.

Your English courses have been developed in order to prepare you for success in your program and in industry.

Students who select the ESL version of the English Test should take the appropriate ESOL course for their program.

Some students may be required to take a remedial (WRIT 050) or developmental (ESOL 050) writing course first. Additional fees may apply.

English Course Requirements Program
WRIT 108 and WRIT 208 Home Renovation Technician
WRIT 108 and WRIT 208 Industrial Woodworking Technician
WRIT 108 and WRIT 208 Landscape Technician
WRIT 108 and WRIT 208 Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician/Technology
WRIT 108 Electrical Techniques
WRIT 108 Plumbing Techniques
WRIT 120 and WRIT 220 Civil Engineering Technology
WRIT 120 and WRIT 220 Architectural Technology
WRIT 120 and WRIT 220 Computer Engineering Technology
WRIT 120 and WRIT 220 Computer and Network Support Technician
WRIT 120 and WRIT 220 Electromechanical Engineering Technician/Technology - Automatic and Robotics
WRIT 120 and WRIT 220 Electrical Engineering Technician/Technology – Control Systems
WRIT 120 and WRIT 220 Electronics Engineering Technician/Technology
WRIT 120 and WRIT 220 Design Foundations
WRIT 120 and WRIT 220 Interior Decorating
WRIT 120 and WRIT 220 Mechanical Engineering Technology
WRIT 120 and WRIT 220 Sustainable Energy and Building Technology

Your English courses have been developed in order to prepare you for success in your business program and in industry.

Students who select the ESL version of the English Test should take the appropriate ESOL course for their program.

Some students may be required to take a remedial (WRIT 050) or developmental (ESOL 050) writing course first. Additional fees may apply.

English Course Requirements Program
WRIT 106 and WRIT 206 Law Clerk
WRIT 106 and WRIT 206 Paralegal Education
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Business - Accounting
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Business Administration
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Business Administration - Accounting
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Business Administration - Professional Golf
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Business Administration Co-op
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Business Management
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Business Management - Financial Services
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Business - Marketing
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Fashion Arts
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Esthetician /Spa Management
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Cosmetic Management
WRIT 122 Law Firm Profile - Office Administration

Your English courses have been developed in order to prepare you for success in your program and in industry.

Students who select the ESL version of the English Test should take the appropriate ESOL course for their program.

Some students may be required to take a remedial (WRIT 050) or developmental (ESOL 050) writing course first. Additional fees may apply.

English Course Requirements Program
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Theatre Performance
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Theatre Production
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Acting for Film and Television
WRIT 107 and WRIT 207 Comedy Writing and Performance
WRIT 100 Jazz Performance - Introduction to Commercial/Jazz Music

Your English courses have been developed in order to prepare you for success in your program and in industry.

Students who select the ESL version of the English Test should take the appropriate ESOL course for their program.

Some students may be required to take a remedial (WRIT 050) or developmental (ESOL 050) writing course first. Additional fees may apply.

English Course Requirements Program
WRIT 121 Practical Nursing
WRIT 121 Funeral Service
WRIT 226 Emergency Telecommunications
WRIT 100 and WRIT 209 Paramedic
WRIT 100 and WRIT 211 Pharmacy Technician
WRIT 050 and WRIT 100 Personal Support Worker
WRIT 100 and WRIT 210 Occupational Therapist Assistant and Physiotherapist Assistant
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Early Childhood Education

UNB Nursing program courses:

Course NameCourse Code
Academic Writing and Critical Reasoning: Approaches to Literature AWCR 1004
Academic Writing and Critical Reasoning: Ecology, Nature and Society AWCR 1006

Your English courses have been developed in order to prepare you for success in your program and in industry.

Students who select the ESL version of the English Test should take the appropriate ESOL course for their program.

Some students may be required to take a remedial (WRIT 050) or developmental (ESOL 050) writing course first. Additional fees may apply.

English Course Requirements Program
Recreation and Leisure WRIT 100 and WRIT 200
Fitness and Health Promotion WRIT 100 and WRIT 200
Sport Management WRIT 100 and WRIT 200
Massage Therapy WRIT 100 and WRIT 200
Baking and Pastry Arts Management WRIT 100 and WRIT 200
Food and Beverage Service WRIT 100
Food and Nutrition Management WRIT 100 and WRIT 200
Culinary Skills WRIT 100
Culinary Management WRIT 100 and WRIT 200
Hospitality Management – Hotel and Restaurant WRIT 100 and WRIT 200
Tourism and Hospitality Management - Event Planning WRIT 100 and WRIT 200
Tourism Management - Travel Industry Services WRIT 100 and WRIT 200

Your English courses have been developed in order to prepare you for success in your program and in industry.

Students who select the ESL version of the English Test should take the appropriate ESOL course for their program.

Some students may be required to take a remedial (WRIT 050) or developmental (ESOL 050) writing course first. Additional fees may apply.

English Course Requirements Program
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Advertising and Graphic Design
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Graphic and Package Design
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Graphic Design
WRIT 102 and WRIT 202 Public Relations
WRIT 120 and WRIT 220 Computer Programmer
WRIT 101, WRIT 201, WRIT 300 and WRIT 400  Journalism - Print and Broadcast
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Creative Photography
WRIT 104 and WRIT 204 Film and Television Production
WRIT 105 and WRIT 205 Broadcast/Television/Videography
WRIT 103 and WRIT 203 Broadcast – Radio
WRIT 100 Media Foundations
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Media Communications
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 3D Animation Art and Design
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Multimedia Design and Development
WRIT 120 and WRIT 220 Game Programming
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Web Design and Interactive - Media

Your English courses have been developed in order to prepare you for success in your program and in industry.

Students who select the ESL version of the English Test should take the appropriate ESOL course for their program.

Some students may be required to take a remedial (WRIT 050) or developmental (ESOL 050) writing course first. Additional fees may apply.

English Course Requirements Program
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Child and Youth Worker
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Developmental Services Worker
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Social Service Worker
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Police Foundations
WRIT 100 and WRIT 200 Protection, Security and Investigation
WRIT 100 and WRIT200 Community and Justice Services
WRIT 225 Pre-Service Firefighters Education and Training