Are you looking to pursue a career in technology? Humber’s General Arts and Science – Technology certificate program is a preparatory program that will give you the science, mathematics and communication skills to help you start on a path to a career in engineering or technolgy.
As a first step to a career in a variety of applied technology programs, you will study a range of subjects in areas including communications, technical mathematics, physics, chemistry and computer technologies such as computer-aided drafting and design. In addition, you will learn to analyze situations from various perspectives to help develop a sense of personal, social and professional responsibility as you decide on a career path in technology.
Courses Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
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.
As a future technology professional, you will focus your studies in areas such as physics, chemistry, technical mathematics and communications, developing the core foundational skills to launch your academic career at the diploma level in a variety of in-demand programs in applied technology.
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