In the General Arts and Science programs you will begin your postsecondary education by taking courses that prepare you for other programs at college or for degree studies at Humber or at university. If you are unsure about your career, we can help you to learn about different opportunities so that you can make the right choice. As a student in General Arts and Science, you will have an academic advisor who will be your guide to making good choices for your future. Whether you choose the four semester or the two semester program, you will be better equipped to succeed.
Students who transfer to diploma programs at Humber receive significant transfer credit. Students applying to programs at other colleges or to degree studies at Humber or a university may receive transfer credit. Please see the Transfer Credit Guide for details or speak with your program coordinator.
In your first semester, you will begin to build the strong academic base you need to be successful in your later studies. We offer
Please follow the links above for College Transfer and University Transfer to explore your choices.
You will also learn how to enhance these programs with our unique Sustainability Micro-credential.
If you are passionate about the environment and social justice, and if you are committed to building a better world for all living things, choose the Sustainability Pathway program as one step in your journey toward a green career.
In this active foundational program, you’ll gain key competencies in Sustainability while growing your awareness of the future green career that’s right for you. You’ll also enhance your leadership and academic skills with small class sizes and individualized career coaching. You’ll also get to enjoy active, outdoor learning experiences, field trips, community partnerships, and cutting-edge simulations. The Sustainability Pathway Program has three channels: explore which one feels right for you.
In addition to getting the educational background you need for a technology related program, you will be in small classes and labs where you receive individual attention and support.
You will have an academic advisor who will help you in the transition to postsecondary studies, assist you in making academic decisions, introduce you to the many student services available at the college, and guide you through the application process for your target program.
On completion of the program, you will receive the G.A.S. Technology Certificate.
Students who successfully complete all courses may qualify for acceptance into a number of engineering programs at Humber: Architectural Technology, Civil Engineering Technology, Computer and Network Support Technician, Electrical Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering Technology, Electromechanical Engineering Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology and Sustainable Energy and Building Technology. You may also be eligible to receive transfer credits. For detailed information, visit Transfer Credit Guide.