Proposed Fall 2020 Delivery
Proposed Fall 2020 Delivery
Current students, please make sure to review your MyHumber Academic Progress report to confirm which courses you should register into for your Fall semester. Courses with in-person requirements will likely also have online components. Humber may need to change plans for in-person learning, subject to government and public health directives and/or additional health and safety considerations.
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Employ basic vocational skills drawn from the areas of the Humanities, Social and Behavioural Sciences or Vocational Studies (Business, Technology).
You will build key foundational skills in communication, critical thinking and teamwork as you focus your studies in areas such as mathematics, writing, philosophy, literature, sociology and history that will help you to launch your academic career at the diploma or degree levels.
This is a unique pathway offers students an opportunity to specialize in Sustainable studies and supports students interest in the environment, local, national and world issues, and more. For more information visit our Sustainability Specialization Pathway page, attend an information session, or email us at GreenPaths@Humber.ca
Humber’s unique Sustainability Specialization pathway builds on our existing successful pathway programs; the College Transfer certificate, University Transfer diploma, and the University Transfer certificate programs. This new specialization will enable students to learn about challenges related to our environment, issues impacting our world and sustainability and core subjects related to sustainability of our planet. Through this specialization pathway, you will be able to explore future educational, and career pathways in sustainability.
You will participate in field trips, hear from industry guest speakers, gain from eco and green leadership activities and tackle the tough topics impacting our world today, and tomorrow.
This specialization also engages you in program requirements such as English, mathematics, sociology, and communication skills that are essential for academic success in your future studies at the diploma or degree levels.
Emily talks about how the program helps students improve skills such as analytical skills and essay writing, particularly students with limited experience or preparation for post-secondary education.
Erica describes her academic challenges in high school and how the General Arts and Science Pathway program at Humber College helped her to achieve academic success and prepare her for University.
Nelson shares how the variety of courses in the General Arts and Science Program at Humber College helps students who are unsure, make a decision on which program they may want to pursue as well as guide their career paths.
Yaz explains that the Pathways Program at Humber College has given her a well-rounded experience, where she has made new friends and was able to realize her full potential.
“After more than six years of working jobs that didn't challenge or excite me, I finally feel that I have a purpose. If you're struggling to find a path, the Humber General Arts and Science program can help you find your purpose.”
Liberal Arts and Sciences, 1987; Early Childhood Education, 2006
Founder and Executive Director, Trust 15
Marcia Brown is the Executive Director and Founder of Trust 15, a youth community support organization in her home community of Rexdale. Trained as an educator, Brown built Trust 15 by canvassing her neighbourhood with flyers and creating an after-school program for 15 girls at a local community church. Today, as head of the organization, she provides critical mentoring opportunities to hundreds of boys and girls and their families. Brown is celebrated and awarded as a community leader, activist and enabler, and is a resilient advocate for youth in need of self-confidence and self-esteem.
General Arts and Science, 2006
Activist and Author
Jamil Jivani is a lawyer, activist, professor and author, whose work centres on issues impacting youth, and low-income families. He founded the Citizen Empowerment Project to empower underrepresented communities to engage with national legal and policy issues such as police carding and voter turnout. A Yale Law graduate, he was named the 2015 Young Lawyer of the Year by the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers. In 2018, Jivani authored Why Young Men: Rage, Race and the Crisis of Identity, a critically acclaimed book recounting his experiences and using them to open discussions around finding a solution to these issues.
An opportunity to specialize in Sustainability studies. This is a unique pathway at Humber and supports students interest in the environment, local, national and world issues, and more. For more information visit our Sustainability Specialization Pathway page, attend an information session, or email us at GreenPaths@Humber.ca
General Arts and Science - College Transfer
Credential: Ontario College Certificate
Length: 2 semesters
General Arts and Science - University Transfer (Diploma)
Length: 4 semesters
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Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences and Innovative Learning News
Building The Foundation: Humber College Helps Students Find Their Way Into Post-Secondary Education
The need for pathway programs has been highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on workforce opportunities.
Top 10 Reasons to Choose a Humber College Pathways Program
Associate Dean of Pathways and graduate, Cameron Farrar, share their top 10 reasons to choose one of the Arts and Science Pathways programs.
No news at this time.
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