Your learning journey at Humber will provide you with the mindsets and core skills to become a career-ready citizen, prepared to excel in professional and community settings. A key skill set of any career-ready citizen is the ability to read carefully, think critically, and communicate strategically. Your English courses will help you develop this skill set, contributing to your growth as a
Can students who have completed an ESOL course transfer their credits to WRIT stream and vice versa?
Yes. Most WRIT and ESOL courses are equivalent. However, some programs (e.g. Paralegal) require all students to take the WRIT stream. Students may transfer their credits for WRIT to ESOL and vice versa. If transferred, students will continue in their new stream: e.g. students transferring WRIT 100 to ESOL 100 will continue by taking ESOL 200.
Can students transfer credits if they have completed WRIT 100?
Yes to ESOL 100, ESOL 120, GCOM 100 and all WRIT 100-level courses. Please complete a Program Course Equivalency Application to make this transfer.
Can students take WRIT 100 as a substitute for their program's required English course?
If students fail a program-specific WRIT 100-level course (e.g. WRIT 101), do they have to repeat the course?
Yes. However, if the program-specific WRIT course is not available, they may take WRIT 100 to meet their first-semester English requirement.
Can students transfer credits if they have completed WRIT 123?
Yes to WRIT 102 and NOT to any other WRIT 100-level course at Humber.
Can students transfer credits if they have completed WRIT 200?
WRIT 200 may be transferred to most other WRIT 200-level courses. However, some programs (e.g. Paralegal) require all students to take the WRIT course for their curriculum.
Can students take WRIT 200 as a substitute for their program’s required English course?