|GBIO 100: Biology 1|
|GCHM 100: Chemistry|
|GCOM 110: Writing for the Sciences 1|
|GMTH 150: Math for Sciences 1|
|GPSY 100: Positive Psychology for Academic and Career Success|
|Required 1 from the following courses|
|GCRT 100: Critical Thinking|
|GGRN 150: Critical Thinking in Science|
|GSOC 110: Sociology 1: Introduction|
|GBIO 150: Biology 2|
|GCHM 150: Chemistry 2|
|GCOM 220: Writing for the Sciences 2|
|GMTH 250: Math for Sciences 2|
|Required 2 from the following courses|
|GLIT 100: Literature: Identity, Diversity and Difference|
|GPHY 100: Physics|
|PSYC 150: Psychology: Introduction|
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Liberal Arts & 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.
Benefit from Workplace Integrated Learning opportunities in our hands-on science labs. All students will participate in numerous Biology and Chemistry labs, conduct experiments, learn from lab manuals, write lab exams and practice lab safety – just like in the future workplace.
Humber students receive safety goggles, lab coats and lab requirements to meet Workplace Health & Safety Standards. The Pre-Health program at Humber is unique in offering numerous lab experiences for all Pre-Health students.
Health and science skills are in high demand for future employment. As a future health-care professional, Humber’s Pre-Health program gives you the opportunity to explore the multiple career paths in workplace wellness, lab technology, paramedics, nursing, personal support work, health-care management, Chinese medicine, biotechnology and more.
Watch the video to hear about what the Pre-Health Sciences program is like, what you learn, and the pathways students can take after the program.
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