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GUIDEBOOK 2022/2023<br />

OVER 200<br />

PROGRAMS AND<br />

1000 PATHWAYS<br />

TO CHOOSE FROM<br />

BELONG


LAND<br />

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT<br />

Centennial College is proud to be a part of a rich history of education<br />

in this province and in this city. We acknowledge that we are on the<br />

treaty lands and territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation<br />

and pay tribute to their legacy and the legacy of all First Peoples of<br />

Canada, as we strengthen ties with the communities we serve and<br />

build the future through learning and through our graduates.<br />

Today, the traditional meeting place of Toronto is still home to many<br />

Indigenous People from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to<br />

have the opportunity to work in the communities that have grown in<br />

the treaty lands of the Mississaugas. We acknowledge that we are all<br />

treaty people and accept our responsibility to honour all our relations.<br />

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this functionality, download any QR code reader app for the full experience.<br />

The photos and videos in this publication were taken prior to COVID-19. COVID-19 may impact on-campus and in-person services. Be sure to check our <strong>web</strong>site<br />

for the most up-to-date information.


WHAT’S INSIDE?<br />

A Message from Virginia Macchiavello 2<br />

A Message from Dr. Craig Stephenson 3<br />

Why Study in Canada? 4<br />

Why Choose Centennial? 5<br />

Investing in the Future 6<br />

Indigenous Education and Supports 8<br />

About Us 11<br />

Tuition Information and Support 26<br />

Suzhou Centennial College 28<br />

Flexible and Convenient Online Learning 30<br />

General Admission Requirements 32<br />

ACADEMIC ACCESS AND LIBERAL ARTS<br />

PROGRAM AREAS 33<br />

English Language Learning (ELL) 35<br />

General Arts 35<br />

Liberal Arts 36<br />

BUSINESS PROGRAM AREAS 39<br />

Accounting, Bookkeeping and Finance 40<br />

Business Fundamentals 43<br />

Business Management 46<br />

Human Resources and<br />

Payroll Management 49<br />

International Business 51<br />

Legal and Office Administration 53<br />

Logistics and Operations 57<br />

Marketing and Sales 59<br />

Graduate Certificate and<br />

Fast-track Programs 61<br />

Success Story 62<br />

COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA, ARTS<br />

AND DESIGN PROGRAM AREAS 63<br />

Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations 64<br />

Arts, Animation and Design 66<br />

Media, Communications and Writing 74<br />

Graduate Certificate Programs 76<br />

COMMUNITY AND HEALTH STUDIES<br />

PROGRAM AREAS 77<br />

Community and Child Services 78<br />

Law and Court Services 82<br />

Health and Wellness 84<br />

Graduate Certificate and<br />

Fast-track Programs 92<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY AND<br />

APPLIED SCIENCE PROGRAM AREAS 93<br />

Advanced Manufacturing and<br />

Systems Automation 94<br />

Biological, Environmental and<br />

Food Sciences 102<br />

Information Technology, Networking and<br />

Software Engineering 105<br />

Sustainable Design and<br />

Renewable Energy 110<br />

Graduate Certificate and<br />

Fast-track Programs 117<br />

Success Story 118<br />

HOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND<br />

CULINARY ARTS PROGRAM AREAS 119<br />

Food and Tourism 120<br />

Hospitality Management 124<br />

Graduate Certificate Programs 128<br />

TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM AREAS 129<br />

Aerospace and Aviation 130<br />

Automotive and Motorcycle 132<br />

Heavy Duty Equipment, Truck and Coach 136<br />

OFFICES AROUND THE WORLD 140<br />

PROGRAM INDEX 144<br />

OUR LOCATIONS 146<br />

CONNECT WITH CENTENNIAL 148


A MESSAGE FROM<br />

VIRGINIA MACCHIAVELLO<br />

We hope that as you read through this book,<br />

you will discover the world of possibilities that<br />

exists for you in Toronto, Canada and at<br />

Centennial. You will discover that we offer a<br />

diverse selection of programs – allowing you to<br />

focus your education exactly on the career you<br />

want to pursue. We also offer many pathways<br />

to further education once you have completed<br />

your studies with us.<br />

VIRGINIA MACCHIAVELLO<br />

Associate Vice President<br />

International Education<br />

Centennial College<br />

As an <strong>international</strong> student, you have many<br />

decisions ahead of you regarding where you are<br />

going to study abroad. You may be thinking<br />

about the country you want to live in, the<br />

programs and services that the potential school<br />

offers, and the opportunities that will exist for<br />

you while you study abroad.<br />

You will learn about our world-class<br />

campuses and labs, our services and how<br />

you can become an active member of our<br />

Centennial community – whether by being<br />

on an athletic team, participating in a club<br />

or by completing your Leadership Passport.<br />

You will also read about the many special<br />

services offered through the International<br />

Education Centre for our <strong>international</strong> students.<br />

Throughout this book, you will read about<br />

numerous <strong>international</strong> student experiences,<br />

and we welcome you to connect directly with our<br />

community through social media and live chat.<br />

We are proud to be one of the top destinations<br />

for <strong>international</strong> students from around the world.<br />

We hope that Centennial will become your<br />

destination for your future studies. We look<br />

forward to welcoming you when you arrive.<br />

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A MESSAGE FROM<br />

DR. CRAIG STEPHENSON<br />

What will not change, however, is how<br />

Centennial College values its <strong>international</strong><br />

students – as individual learners who light up<br />

our classrooms, introduce a rich array of<br />

perspectives and insights, and strengthen<br />

our nation’s commitment to a diverse and<br />

inclusive society.<br />

Centennial is a place where global knowledge<br />

is shared and taught. Our Signature Learning<br />

Experience (SLE) will challenge and empower<br />

you. As part of the SLE, you’ll take Global<br />

Citizenship: From Social Analysis to Social<br />

Action. Through this unique course, you’ll gain<br />

a new perspective on yourself and the world<br />

around you.<br />

DR. CRAIG STEPHENSON<br />

President and CEO<br />

Centennial College<br />

We all know that the socio-economic landscape<br />

of the post-COVID-19 world will be radically<br />

different. The pandemic has changed how we do<br />

business, how we organize ourselves, and even<br />

how we teach. Indeed, at Centennial, we now<br />

place an even greater emphasis on a mix of<br />

online and in-person instruction.<br />

You will also have multiple opportunities to<br />

engage in applied research, hands-on learning,<br />

and industry experiences, facilitated by highly<br />

knowledgeable and experienced faculty,<br />

advisors, and service teams, all committed<br />

to your academic and career success.<br />

Our mission and vision is to educate students<br />

for career success as we transform lives and<br />

communities through learning. In the wake of<br />

COVID-19, we are here, more than ever before,<br />

to nurture, inspire and enable you to play a<br />

meaningful and vital role in the rejuvenation of<br />

communities, nations, and the world as a whole.<br />

Please do consider Centennial. We look forward<br />

to welcoming you, learning alongside you, and<br />

preparing you for the world that awaits.<br />

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WHY STUDY IN<br />

CANADA?<br />

WHY TORONTO?<br />

Canada is rated the top country in the world for studying, visiting, working and living;<br />

recognized for safety, environment, and economy! (Reputation Institute, 2017).<br />

Affordable and cost-effective<br />

High standard of education<br />

Co-op and industry connections<br />

Incredible diversity<br />

Opportunity to work<br />

Safe city and friendly community<br />

TORONTO, CANADA<br />

Toronto is one of the fastest-growing global<br />

technology innovation hubs. Of the 100 most<br />

influential Global Financial Centres, Toronto ranks<br />

11th (2018 Global Financial Centres Index).<br />

Canada ranked #1 country to study abroad in 2020<br />

by educations. com! Key factors: technological<br />

innovation, diversity, natural beauty, safe<br />

community, lower tuition.<br />

QUALITY OF EDUCATION<br />

Canada’s high academic standards and rigorous<br />

quality controls ensure high-quality education that is<br />

globally recognized and will benefit your career over<br />

the long term. Canada is the #1 “very attractive”<br />

study destination (2018 ICEF Agent Barometer).<br />

Canada is ranked the best country for diploma,<br />

undergraduate, foundations and internship<br />

programs, and ranks best overall. The 2019<br />

survey revealed “red-hot popularity of Canada.”<br />

Opportunity to Work in Canada<br />

Full-time <strong>international</strong> students enrolled in<br />

a degree, diploma or certificate program<br />

at a designated institution can work up to<br />

20 hours per week on or off campus during<br />

the academic session and full-time during<br />

scheduled breaks. Successful graduates<br />

are eligible to apply for a post-graduation<br />

work permit to stay and work in Canada for<br />

up to three years! Centennial College is<br />

an approved government institution for<br />

Canada’s Study and Work Programs!<br />

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada<br />

(IRCC) offers flexibility in post-graduation work<br />

permit rules to help <strong>international</strong> students.<br />

You can complete 100% of your studies online<br />

from outside Canada. Studies completed from<br />

outside Canada until December 31, 2021 will<br />

count towards a future Post Graduation Work<br />

Permit (PGWP).<br />

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WHY CHOOSE<br />

CENTENNIAL?<br />

An award-winning Canadian institution<br />

A Centennial <strong>international</strong> student is the 2020 Gold Recipient<br />

of the Leadership Excellence Award for Students by Colleges<br />

and Institutes Canada (CICan). Centennial College also received<br />

the Gold Medal for Leadership Development at the 2018 World<br />

Federation of Colleges and Polytechnics (WFCP) Awards of<br />

Excellence, and the 2016 Gold Medal for Internationalization<br />

Excellence from Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan).<br />

International Student Success<br />

International students achieve their goals at Centennial<br />

College! Our <strong>international</strong> student retention rate is over<br />

90%. 92% of <strong>international</strong> students that start our<br />

graduate programs successfully graduate. Centennial<br />

College offers extensive services to support <strong>international</strong><br />

students’ personal, academic, and professional success.<br />

Student Satisfaction<br />

Centennial consistently ranks #1 in Toronto for Student<br />

Satisfaction (KPI: 2016, 2017, 2018). In the 2018<br />

International Student Barometer (ISB) Survey, 4,596<br />

Centennial <strong>international</strong> students rated their own student<br />

satisfaction. “94% were satisfied with the campus<br />

environment, 91% were satisfied with career services, and 96%<br />

of Graduate students were satisfied with support overall. In both<br />

2018 and 2019, “96% of Centennial International students feel<br />

engaged with their studies!” (ISB Survey). 94% are satisfied with<br />

virtual learning. 93% are satisfied with the online library (ISB<br />

Survey, 2019).<br />

Centennial is the #1 College Choice for International<br />

Students in Canada!<br />

You belong here! Our 25,000 full-time students include over<br />

11,000 <strong>international</strong> students from 126 countries! As you<br />

enjoy the academic benefits of a Canadian college education,<br />

a wide range of global perspectives will enrich your education<br />

and experience.<br />

Centennial College is a Designated Canadian Learning Institution (DLI) with an approved<br />

COVID-19 readiness plan. This means Centennial students can travel to Canada<br />

with study permit approval and the College’s support.<br />

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INVESTING IN THE FUTURE<br />

Find a purpose<br />

Hoard food, toilet paper<br />

and medicines I don’t need<br />

Who do I want<br />

to be during<br />

COVID-19<br />

Forward all<br />

messages to others<br />

I stop compulsively<br />

consuming things that<br />

harm me, from food to news<br />

I complain all<br />

the time<br />

Fear Zone Learning Zone Growth Zone<br />

Transmit my<br />

anger and<br />

fear related<br />

emotions to<br />

others<br />

I start letting go<br />

of things that are<br />

out of my control<br />

I identify my<br />

emotions<br />

I make myself aware<br />

of the situation and<br />

think about the<br />

best way to act<br />

I verify information<br />

before I share it<br />

I think of how I<br />

can help others<br />

Use my skills<br />

to service the<br />

ones in need<br />

I show empathy<br />

to myself and<br />

others<br />

I live in the<br />

present and focus<br />

on the future<br />

Keep myself<br />

emotionally happy<br />

and transmit hope<br />

I acknowledge everyone<br />

is trying their best<br />

I show gratefulness<br />

I find ways to<br />

adapt to changes<br />

I practice calmness, patience,<br />

relationships and creativity<br />

Engage your academic and<br />

career goals at CENTENNIAL<br />

with innovative online and<br />

hybrid programs.<br />

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Centennial is the college of choice for students from<br />

all over the world, with an <strong>international</strong> reputation as<br />

one of Canada’s top research colleges, top-tier<br />

institutional ratings for academic quality, and<br />

outstanding rankings in student satisfaction.<br />

Our community proudly celebrates our values of<br />

inclusion, respect, and social justice. As global<br />

citizens, future leaders, and change-makers,<br />

Centennial students prepare for a global economy.<br />

TORONTO, CANADA<br />

We pride ourselves on our outstanding academic<br />

quality, and that’s true whether your learning<br />

happens in a digital lab or classroom, or on campus.<br />

You will get to know and engage with your professors<br />

and fellow students in virtual environments that will<br />

foster connectedness and a learning community.<br />

Prepare to be challenged, to learn, to grow, and to<br />

be supported in your learning every step of the way.<br />

While deciding to pursue an education abroad, of course,<br />

the most important criteria for me were the quality of<br />

education, affordability, and the opportunity to find a job<br />

after graduation.<br />

For these reasons, Centennial College was always in the<br />

top three in my options. Well, I can say that all my<br />

expectations have been met so far. The College is<br />

modern and well designed. The professors have great<br />

experience in their fields and support their lessons with<br />

many samples from the real world, which helps me to be<br />

ready for the Canadian working environment. Also,<br />

diversity in our classes helped me to see how solutions<br />

and creative ideas might be different across cultures.<br />

Emre Şendenel<br />

Marketing Management<br />

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INDIGENOUS<br />

EDUCATION<br />

AND SUPPORTS<br />

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CENTENNIAL COLLEGE IS COMMITTED TO<br />

EMBRACING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE<br />

TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION REPORT AND ITS<br />

CALLS TO ACTION.<br />

Our approach is rooted in the acknowledgement of<br />

Indigenous sovereignty, treaty rights, and the continuing<br />

systemic colonial oppression of the Indigenous peoples<br />

of Turtle Island. We are steadfast in working with<br />

Indigenous nations and communities to provide support<br />

for all Indigenous students to achieve their learning<br />

goals and to successfully graduate. Services incorporate<br />

culturally-sensitive advising for any aspect of your life or<br />

learning. This includes spiritual, academic, mental health,<br />

relationships, and career advice rooted in culturally-based<br />

approaches. For more information on our supports please<br />

contact Seán Kinsella, our Director, the Eighth Fire at<br />

skinsella@centennialcollege.ca.<br />

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IF YOU ARE<br />

EAGER TO LEARN,<br />

YOU HAVE A<br />

PLACE HERE<br />

Centennial College is committed<br />

to fostering inclusive learning,<br />

working, and living environments<br />

for all students.<br />

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ONTARIO’S FIRST COMMUNITY COLLEGE | OVER 200<br />

PROGRAM OFFERINGS | MORE THAN 50 FULL-TIME<br />

ONLINE PROGRAMS | MORE THAN 1,000 PATHWAYS<br />

TO FURTHER EDUCATION | #1 COLLEGE FOR STUDENT<br />

AND GRADUATE SATISFACTION IN THE GREATER TORONTO<br />

AREA* | EMPLOYERS (96.3%) RATE OUR GRADS #1<br />

AMONGST GREATER TORONTO AREA COLLEGES* |<br />

OVER 200,000 PROUD ALUMNI AROUND THE<br />

WORLD | MORE THAN 1,500 INDUSTRY-<br />

LEADING PARTNERS WHO SHAPE OUR<br />

CURRICULUM | HANDS-ON LEARNING<br />

IN OUR LABORATORIES MIRRORS THE REAL<br />

WORLD | OPPORTUNITIES TO WORK<br />

WITH CANADA’S BEST AND BRIGHTEST<br />

CORPORATE PLAYERS, INCLUDING<br />

GOOGLE AND PROCTER AND GAMBLE<br />

CANADA | CUTTING-EDGE FACILITIES<br />

SUCH AS THE BOMBARDIER CENTRE FOR<br />

AEROSPACE AND AVIATION AT DOWNSVIEW<br />

CAMPUS, HOME TO OUR AEROSPACE AND AVIATION<br />

PROGRAMS | PARTNERSHIPS WITH 120<br />

INSTITUTIONS ACROSS 28 COUNTRIES<br />

YOU BELONG<br />

CHECK OUT OUR VIDEO TO SEE WHY YOU BELONG<br />

*Based on 2019/2020 Key Performance Indicator (KPI)<br />

survey results out of four participating colleges<br />

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INDUSTRY<br />

LEADERS<br />

PAVE THE WAY<br />

Meaningful relationships with industry<br />

are crucial to ensuring our programs are<br />

forward thinking as the economy evolves<br />

and employers’ demands continue to change.<br />

That’s where our Program Advisory Committees<br />

come in. They are made up of more than<br />

1,500 industry leaders who help to shape<br />

our curriculum and learning outcomes.<br />

Among some of the most notable are:<br />

» Air Canada<br />

» BBDO<br />

» Bombardier Inc.<br />

» CAMH<br />

» Canadian Press<br />

» CIBC<br />

» City of Toronto<br />

» Expedia CruiseShipCenters<br />

» Facebook<br />

» Gay Lea Foods Co-operative Ltd.<br />

» Google<br />

» Ingram Micro Cloud<br />

» Ipsos<br />

» MADD Canada<br />

» Ontario Centres of Excellence<br />

» Procter & Gamble Canada<br />

» Red Cross<br />

» Rogers Communications<br />

» Samsung<br />

» The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants<br />

» William Osler Health System<br />

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I have seen graduates from Centennial excelling in the<br />

marketing and advertising workplace, and stand fiercely<br />

proud of having played a small part in their career<br />

progression. Not only is this a testament to the superior<br />

talent at Centennial teaching and mentoring these young<br />

stars, but the program curriculum and course material<br />

that are equally as fantastic.<br />

Dave Nourse<br />

Executive Vice President, Client Success<br />

Art and Science Digital Experience Design<br />

As a proud alumnus and Program Advisory Committee<br />

member of the School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary<br />

Arts, I have connected with caring and dedicated faculty<br />

who are truly invested in student success. Any students<br />

who complete an apprenticeship or placement at the<br />

Club are skillful, knowledgeable, and well prepared for<br />

the professional world.<br />

Puneet Dutt<br />

Manager<br />

Granite Club<br />

I have been in the business for over 25 years and had many<br />

great mentors throughout my tenure. Being part of the<br />

Program Advisory Committee gives me the opportunity to<br />

give back and guide the next generation of media<br />

professionals. I chose Centennial College as I have always<br />

heard amazing success stories about its graduates. In<br />

fact, many of them have leadership roles in the industry,<br />

which speaks volumes to the groundwork made during their<br />

academic time at Centennial.<br />

Robert DaSilva<br />

Investment Director<br />

Dentsu Aegis Network<br />

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LEARN FOR<br />

THE FUTURE<br />

YOU WANT<br />

Take the first step toward<br />

your dream career.<br />

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We have over 200 diploma, degree, and certificate<br />

program offerings to help launch your career,<br />

and a team of College Guides to assist you in<br />

determining which program is right for you.<br />

Here is a glance at how the educational options at<br />

Centennial cater to every stage of your life and career.<br />

DIPLOMAS AND<br />

ADVANCED DIPLOMAS<br />

Our two- and three-year programs<br />

deliver a hands-on learning<br />

approach complemented by<br />

interactive lectures and practical<br />

lab work. Many of these programs<br />

also offer an optional co-operative<br />

education work experience.<br />

DEGREES<br />

Four-year Honours Bachelor<br />

degree programs offer the best<br />

of both worlds: a solid foundation<br />

of theoretical knowledge and<br />

the practical skills to apply this<br />

understanding in the real world.<br />

CERTIFICATES<br />

Expand your skill sets and obtain<br />

expertise in a variety of industry<br />

sectors in as little as one semester,<br />

depending on the program.<br />

SPECIALIZED ACADEMIC<br />

CERTIFICATES<br />

Not only will you graduate with<br />

a diploma in your area of study,<br />

but you also obtain a Centennial<br />

College certificate in Indigenous<br />

Studies, Inclusive Leadership,<br />

or Entrepreneurism.*<br />

APPRENTICESHIP<br />

PROGRAMS<br />

Combining on-the-job training<br />

with an employer and related oncampus<br />

studies, apprenticeships<br />

prepare you for a future in the<br />

transportation, engineering<br />

technology, and child and<br />

community services employment<br />

sectors.<br />

CO-OP PROGRAMS<br />

By embedding work-related<br />

experience into your program<br />

schedule, co-op can help you<br />

to decide what kind of career<br />

you want, help you to pay for your<br />

education, and increase your<br />

chances of quickly establishing<br />

a successful career when<br />

you graduate.<br />

GRADUATE CERTIFICATES<br />

Designed for university and college<br />

graduates, these programs build<br />

on the knowledge and experience<br />

gained through previous<br />

post-secondary studies. They<br />

also offer practical learning and<br />

internship opportunities.<br />

COLLEGE GUIDES<br />

College Guides are here to show<br />

you why you belong at Centennial.<br />

Your Guide ensures you are<br />

connected to the programs that<br />

will help you to achieve your goals.<br />

Connect with your personal<br />

College Guide by visiting<br />

centennialcollege.ca/<br />

college-guides.<br />

PATHWAYS<br />

Centennial has over 1,000<br />

pathway options to further your<br />

education by connecting you to<br />

related programs at universities or<br />

other educational institutions in<br />

Toronto, across Canada, or abroad.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/pathways<br />

*Available to students in select programs<br />

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BROADEN YOUR<br />

LEARNING HORIZONS<br />

We believe in providing transformative learning experiences that extend<br />

outside of your classroom’s four walls, past the discussion boards of<br />

your digital learning environment, and beyond Canada’s borders.<br />

Our wide range of <strong>international</strong> learning opportunities complements<br />

your in-class studies by opening your mind to a global perspective.<br />

All Global Experience programs are 70 to 100 per cent funded.<br />

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WORK ABROAD*<br />

For two to four months, be placed in a global workplace directly related to your field of<br />

study as you earn placement or co-op credit for your program.<br />

RESEARCH ABROAD*<br />

Contribute to an applied research project, under experts’ supervision, which allows you<br />

to explore new products and technologies. Taking place over the course of a semester,<br />

the research includes one to two weeks abroad.<br />

STUDY ABROAD*<br />

Spend two weeks to four months studying at one of our global partner institutions,<br />

learning a new language and experiencing a new culture or taking relevant courses<br />

to earn credit towards your program.<br />

You can also participate in a faculty-led study for two weeks, gaining first-hand experience<br />

and practical knowledge relevant to your field of study while earning credit towards your<br />

program.<br />

VOLUNTEER ABROAD*<br />

Combining learning, travel, adventure, and social reform, our two-week service learning<br />

experiences take place in a diverse range of global settings. Principles of global<br />

citizenship, social justice, and equity are also embedded right into the applied and<br />

theoretical elements of your program through our Signature Learning Experiences.<br />

*May be affected due to COVID-19<br />

To learn more about our global learning opportunities,<br />

go to centennialcollege.ca/learning-abroad.<br />

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WHEN YOU<br />

SUCCEED,<br />

WE SUCCEED<br />

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THERE ARE MANY WAYS WE CAN SUPPORT YOU<br />

throughout your time at Centennial to ensure<br />

you are headed in the right direction.<br />

ADVISING<br />

Located in each academic<br />

school, Success Advisors<br />

advise you on any academic<br />

questions you may have.<br />

They help you to connect with<br />

your faculty for industry and<br />

curriculum expertise. Success<br />

Advisors also assist with<br />

setting your academic goals<br />

and support your success<br />

at the College and beyond.<br />

GOT CREDITS?<br />

If you have questions about<br />

transfer credits or prior<br />

learning from other institutions<br />

or sources, our Pathways<br />

Advisors are available to<br />

support you.<br />

ACCESSIBLE LEARNING<br />

Do you have a learning<br />

disability, medical or<br />

mental health condition, or<br />

visual, hearing or mobility<br />

impairment? We will make<br />

every effort to accommodate<br />

your learning needs.<br />

Check out the Centre for<br />

Accessible Learning and<br />

Counselling Services (CALCS).<br />

If you have documented<br />

disabilities, CALCS provides<br />

accommodations to ensure<br />

you receive equal access to all<br />

services.<br />

COUNSELLING<br />

We offer free, confidential<br />

counselling services for you<br />

to explore your thoughts and<br />

feelings. We work with you to<br />

develop skills and strategies<br />

that enhance your well-being.<br />

MORE THAN BOOKS<br />

Our Libraries and Learning<br />

Centres provide space,<br />

services, and resources to<br />

support your success. You<br />

can find a study spot; use our<br />

computers; borrow a laptop,<br />

iPad, or other technology;<br />

experiment with our 3D printing<br />

services; access our drop-in<br />

centres; or book a one-on-one<br />

appointment with a learning<br />

strategist, a Math Strategist,<br />

or a peer tutor.<br />

TUTORING<br />

We offer free one-on-one and<br />

small group peer tutoring<br />

sessions. If you are having<br />

trouble with a specific course,<br />

are looking to improve your<br />

English comprehension and<br />

communication skills, or want<br />

to master the language, get<br />

help from senior students<br />

through workshops and<br />

conversational sessions.<br />

CAREER SERVICES<br />

From your first day of classes<br />

to two years after you<br />

graduate, you have access<br />

to Career Services. We offer<br />

career planning, resume<br />

and cover letter review, job<br />

search assistance, interview<br />

preparation, and tips for<br />

on-the-job success. Are you<br />

unsure about your future<br />

career? Meet with one of<br />

our knowledgeable Career<br />

Counsellors for one-onone<br />

career planning and<br />

exploration conversations.<br />

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GET<br />

INVOLVED<br />

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FITNESS CENTRE MEMBERSHIPS*<br />

As a Centennial student, you have a membership to<br />

our on-campus Fitness Centres, with state-of-the-art<br />

equipment, workout facilities, classes and programming.<br />

For an additional fee, you can work with a personal<br />

trainer who will help you to achieve your fitness goals.<br />

ATHLETICS AND RECREATION*<br />

No matter your skill level, Centennial has a<br />

host of sports teams for you to keep the love<br />

of your game alive. Join a recreational group<br />

or play for the Centennial COLTS on one of<br />

our competitive varsity teams.<br />

CLUBS AND GROUPS*<br />

Are you interested in meeting people who enjoy the<br />

same hobbies and interests as you? Want to learn<br />

something new? Just looking for a new social group?<br />

Join one of the many student clubs available through<br />

the Centennial College Student Association Inc. (CCSAI).<br />

If you do not see a club that interests you, you can start<br />

your own!<br />

2SLGBTQQIA+ SOCIAL CLUB*<br />

The 2SLGBTQQIA+ Social Club is a student-run club<br />

dedicated to creating a safe, inclusive, and supportive<br />

space at Centennial for students who identify as gay,<br />

lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or queer as well as those<br />

who are questioning or exploring their sexual orientation<br />

or gender identity.<br />

LEADERSHIP PASSPORT<br />

You can receive a co-curricular credential, which<br />

recognizes your leadership development while studying<br />

at Centennial. When you complete each of the four<br />

associated journeys (Leadership Explorer, Leadership<br />

in Action, Leadership for Change, and Leadership<br />

for Success), you earn a Distinction in Leadership<br />

Certificate as part of your academic transcript.<br />

CENTENNIAL COLLEGE STUDENT<br />

ASSOCIATION INC. (CCSAI)<br />

The CCSAI is your student association. Run by students,<br />

it offers a number of great services to help you on your<br />

Centennial journey, including a health and dental plan,<br />

free legal advice, student advocacy, and more.<br />

*May be affected due to COVID-19<br />

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LIVING<br />

HERE<br />

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ON CAMPUS<br />

Centennial Place gives you the convenience you want with<br />

the college lifestyle you are looking for. Located at Progress<br />

Campus, the residence houses over 700 students in two- and<br />

four-bedroom apartment-style units, which are fully furnished.<br />

Centennial Place includes: Wi-Fi, private and group study rooms,<br />

common kitchens, a movie/television lounge, a yoga room, food<br />

stations, and more.<br />

Enjoy leading-edge accommodations with a 24-hour fitness<br />

centre and spacious study lounges, or bring out your inner child<br />

with our Lego Unwind space — a 21-by-9-foot Lego wall. With an<br />

active social calendar, you have the opportunity to de-stress,<br />

relax, and make Centennial Place feel like home.<br />

centennial-place.ca<br />

OFF CAMPUS<br />

To help make the process of finding off-campus housing as easy<br />

as possible, the CCSAI has partnered with Places4Students to<br />

deliver an online collection of housing opportunities.<br />

Places4Students.com provides students and landlords with<br />

the highest quality off-campus housing service. The <strong>web</strong>site<br />

offers a large, real-time database of student housing vacancies<br />

in the areas surrounding Centennial College’s campuses.<br />

Listings include property features, photos, and landlord contact<br />

information.<br />

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TUITION INFORMATION<br />

AND SUPPORT<br />

Going to college is one of the best choices you can make.<br />

It’s an investment in yourself and your future.<br />

CONSIDER THIS<br />

APPROXIMATE EXPENSES<br />

Tuition and Fees:<br />

Books and Equipment:<br />

Residence:<br />

TOTAL:<br />

COLLEGE PER YEAR<br />

$16,964<br />

$1,795<br />

$7,360<br />

$26,119<br />

*Costs based on an average tuition in 2021/2022 for a program at Centennial. Estimates do not include<br />

personal expenses such as meals, entertainment, transportation, parking, child care costs, etc.<br />

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HOW MUCH<br />

WILL IT COST?<br />

OUR FINANCIAL AID EXPERTS AT<br />

CENTENNIAL WILL HELP DETERMINE<br />

which grants and scholarships<br />

(free money!) you may qualify for<br />

as an <strong>international</strong> student.<br />

Visit the Student Financial Services Office<br />

at Progress Campus. Our staff will happily<br />

guide you in finding financial assistance you<br />

may be eligible for. After the first year of<br />

study, <strong>international</strong> students are eligible for<br />

partial scholarships and bursaries based<br />

on academic merit, sports and athletics,<br />

and leadership.<br />

There are many resources to<br />

help you cover the costs of<br />

funding your schooling that<br />

make a college education<br />

accessible.<br />

SCHOLARSHIPS AND BURSARIES<br />

(FREE MONEY!)<br />

Centennial College provides over $3.5 million in<br />

scholarships and bursaries each year. These are<br />

funded, in part, from generous donations provided<br />

by local employers, organizations and private donors,<br />

which serve as a testament to the enormous amount<br />

of community and corporate support Centennial<br />

College students have attracted over the years.<br />

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SUZHOU CENTENNIAL COLLEGE<br />

STUDY AND LIVE IN SUZHOU INDUSTRIAL PARK (SIP)<br />

Suzhou, China<br />

A CANADIAN EDUCATION IN CHINA<br />

As the only Canadian college in China, Suzhou Centennial College programs can help you create new<br />

opportunities for your future education and career that you can’t find anywhere else.<br />

Suzhou Centennial College (SCC) is the first Canadian college nationally approved to operate in China by the<br />

Chinese Ministry of Education. High-quality Canadian education programs delivered at SCC in China meet<br />

strict educational standards set by The Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development Ontario.<br />

START YOUR PATHWAY TO CANADA!<br />

Earn Canadian credentials in China at Suzhou Centennial College. Start your<br />

program in China and apply to complete the final year at Centennial College<br />

in Toronto, or complete your program in China and pursue articulated<br />

academic pathways to college and university programs in Canada.*<br />

*Pathways are subject to meeting admissions requirements of Centennial and partner institutions<br />

with required grades, upon completion of Centennial programs.<br />

WANT A GLOBAL CAREER? STUDY IN SUZHOU!<br />

SCC is an<br />

Education<br />

Excellence 2018<br />

Award Winner -<br />

Canada China<br />

Business Council<br />

Suzhou Industrial Park is the most competitive<br />

industrial development zone in China. Suzhou’s<br />

high-tech Science and Education Innovation<br />

District is home to over 100,000 students!<br />

For students seeking a global career, education<br />

in China offers a competitive advantage!<br />

China is the world’s second-largest economy,<br />

one of the strongest <strong>international</strong> trading<br />

partners, and is the top exporter globally.<br />

There is a good environment for foreign<br />

students in Suzhou, plus everything we<br />

are learning is according to the Canadian<br />

standards of Centennial College programs.<br />

Gurpreet Singh<br />

Financial Services<br />

SCC (China) and Centennial College (Canada)<br />

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Suzhou Centennial College<br />

SUZHOU CENTENNIAL COLLEGE PROGRAMS:<br />

English Language Learning<br />

Business Foundations<br />

Hospitality Foundations<br />

Hospitality – Hotel Operations Management<br />

Business – Accounting<br />

Financial Services<br />

Business – International Business<br />

Software Engineering Technician<br />

ADVANTAGES OF CENTENNIAL COLLEGE PROGRAMS IN CHINA:<br />

• Earn an Ontario College Diploma or Graduate Certificate<br />

from Centennial College in China<br />

• Pathways for English, Foundations and Diploma programs<br />

• Start with a diploma in China - end with a degree in Canada!<br />

• University Degree pathways in Canada include BBA, BSc, BCom<br />

• Gain a career and resume-enhancing experience in China<br />

• Internship and industry experiences in Suzhou<br />

• All programs delivered in English<br />

• Optional Mandarin language and culture classes<br />

• $3,000 scholarship for eligible <strong>international</strong> students<br />

Architectural Technician<br />

International Business Management<br />

(Graduate Certificate)<br />

I participated in the province’s English speaking<br />

competition. During this two-day competition, I won the<br />

first prize for our school and for myself. Actually, it was<br />

my first ever competition and that was a very wonderful<br />

journey for me.<br />

Leon Nurxat<br />

Business Foundations<br />

student at SCC.<br />

YouTube.com/SuzhouCentennial<br />

centennialcollege.ca/suzhou<br />

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FLEXIBLE AND CONVENIENT<br />

ONLINE LEARNING<br />

WITH THE SHIFT IN OUR DAY-TO-DAY AND BUSY SCHEDULES, online programs are<br />

increasingly becoming the favoured option for higher education. With a suite of more than<br />

50 full-time online programs, there are many advantages to Centennial’s virtual delivery.<br />

LEARNING ON YOUR SCHEDULE<br />

Work towards a valuable academic credential<br />

that will enhance your skill set and earning<br />

power, all from the comfort of your home.<br />

HIGH-QUALITY COURSES<br />

Instructional design and educational technology<br />

specialists work closely with our expert faculty<br />

to develop and deliver online programs that<br />

offer engaging educational experiences,<br />

practical exercises and individualized attention.<br />

ENGAGING ACADEMIC COMMUNITY<br />

Build relationships with your classmates in<br />

our technology-enabled learning environment.<br />

Participate in idea sharing, collaboration, and<br />

teamwork through online discussions and<br />

group work.<br />

VIRTUAL STUDENT SERVICES<br />

Your online learning toolkit includes extensive<br />

library and <strong>web</strong>-based resources. Access<br />

peer tutoring, success advising and career<br />

counselling; connect with an online learning<br />

strategist; and attend virtual orientations from<br />

anywhere in the world.<br />

ENHANCING YOUR RESUMÉ<br />

WITH DIGITAL FLUENCY AND<br />

LEARNING SKILLS<br />

Prepare to become a skilled and confident<br />

user of technology in your chosen field.<br />

Digital fluency is a critical skill for tomorrow’s<br />

workforce.<br />

START YOUR PATH TO CANADA!<br />

Our fully-online programs offer the flexibility<br />

to transfer into the on-campus delivery or<br />

complete the program online.<br />

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Explore our complete<br />

range of full-time<br />

online programs:<br />

Business<br />

Diploma and Certificate Programs<br />

Business 2308<br />

Business – Accounting 2381<br />

Business – International Business 2319<br />

Business – Marketing 2305<br />

Business Foundations 2022<br />

Financial Services 2383<br />

Office Administration – Executive 2006<br />

Office Administration – Health Services 2003<br />

Office Administration – Legal 2002<br />

Office Administration – General 2001<br />

Graduate Certificate Programs<br />

Global Business Management 2380<br />

Human Resources Management 2360<br />

International Business Management 2359<br />

Marketing – Corporate Account Management 2046<br />

Marketing Management 2335<br />

Project Management 2328<br />

Strategic Management – Account Specialization 2344<br />

Communications, Media, Arts and Design<br />

Advanced Diploma Program<br />

Graphic Design 6020<br />

Graduate Certificate Program<br />

Interactive Media Management 6010<br />

Engineering Technology and Applied Science<br />

Diploma and Advanced Diploma Programs<br />

Architectural Technician 3606<br />

Architectural Technology Fast-track 3608<br />

Game Programming Fast-track 3679<br />

Health Informatics Technology 3668<br />

Health Informatics Technology Fast-track 3678<br />

Software Engineering Technician Fast-track 3478<br />

Software Engineering Technology Fast-track 3479<br />

Software Engineering Technology –<br />

Artificial Intelligence Fast-track<br />

Graduate Certificate Programs<br />

For more information, go to<br />

centennialcollege.ca/online-learning.<br />

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Global Business Management 2380<br />

Human Resources Management 2360<br />

International Business Management 2359<br />

Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts<br />

Diploma and Certificate Programs<br />

Baking and Pastry Arts Management 1873<br />

Baking Skills 1860<br />

Culinary Management 1861<br />

Culinary Skills – Chef Training 1862<br />

Event Planning 1863<br />

Food and Beverage Management 1868<br />

Hospitality Skills 1869<br />

Hospitality – Hotel Operations Management 1867<br />

Graduate Certificate Program<br />

Events Management 1835<br />

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GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY<br />

As all instruction at Centennial is in English,<br />

all applicants must demonstrate an acceptable<br />

level of English language proficiency in order to<br />

be considered for admission.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/english-proficiency<br />

CO-OP EDUCATION ADMISSIONS<br />

To participate in co-op, you must be registered<br />

full-time in a co-op-eligible program and complete<br />

an application process. If you are academically<br />

qualified, you may be admitted to the co-op program.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/applying-to-co-op<br />

TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS<br />

To support student learning, certain Centennial<br />

programs require you to have access to a mobile<br />

computing device such as a laptop or tablet<br />

that meets minimum hardware requirements.<br />

Please refer to specific program pages on<br />

Centennial’s <strong>web</strong>site for requirements.<br />

RESIDENCY PRIORITY<br />

An academic program for which the number of<br />

eligible applicants exceeds the number of available<br />

spots is considered to be oversubscribed. Applicants<br />

will be accepted into oversubscribed programs<br />

according to the following order of preference:<br />

1. Residents of Ontario<br />

2. Residents of provinces and<br />

territories in Canada<br />

3. Other applicants<br />

WAITING LISTS<br />

A program waiting list is created when the number<br />

of eligible applicants exceeds the number of<br />

available spots in a program. If additional space<br />

becomes available, additional offers are sent to<br />

the next highest qualified applicants on the waiting<br />

list, based on an average of the required subjects.<br />

COMPETITIVE PROGRAMS<br />

For some programs, Centennial receives more<br />

qualified applicants than seats available. For these<br />

programs, minimum admission requirements do<br />

not guarantee a seat<br />

in the program and these programs often<br />

have additional selection requirements.<br />

The Admission Office reserves the right to<br />

add or delete from this list based on applicant<br />

demand, program changes, etc. If you are applying<br />

to a highly competitive program, please be advised<br />

you must submit your application as early as<br />

possible, as programs will close as they become<br />

full.<br />

Details on International Admissions<br />

procedures can be found at<br />

centennialcollege.ca/<strong>international</strong>/apply<br />

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ACADEMIC ACCESS AND<br />

LIBERAL ARTS<br />

LIBERAL ARTS<br />

A solid foundation paves the way for educational and career success.<br />

In our Liberal Arts, Academic Upgrading, and Pre-Health programs,<br />

discover your personal path and gain the knowledge and skills to<br />

achieve educational and professional goals. Our English language programs,<br />

meanwhile, equip you with the ability to confidently communicate in<br />

workplace, school, or leisure settings. Your training occurs in small, focused<br />

classes with access to valuable one-on-one advising.


LIBERAL ARTS<br />

ACADEMIC ACCESS AND<br />

LIBERAL ARTS


English Language Learning (ELL) 6519<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/5 semesters Fall, Winter, Summer<br />

Recognition of<br />

Achievement Certificate<br />

Progress<br />

Building on and improving your language skills is key for college, university, or career success.<br />

This five-level English Language Learning (ELL) program helps if you are an <strong>international</strong> student<br />

looking to develop effective academic communication skills in reading, writing, listening, speaking,<br />

and pronunciation. Based on communicative teaching and learning practices, ELL is offered in<br />

Elementary, Beginner, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, and High Intermediate levels, determined by<br />

a diagnostic test. Each level is one semester in length and divided into five modules. Each module<br />

includes communicative activities, interactive exercises, group work, and presentations. You also<br />

have access to tutoring, counselling, the library and computer labs, and other Centennial resources.<br />

Note: The official Ministry name for this program is English Language Learning.<br />

Accreditation<br />

The English Language Learning program is fully accredited by Languages Canada.<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• English Language Learning (ELL) is designed<br />

for International students who wish to<br />

upgrade their English skills. If you are an<br />

<strong>international</strong> student and are interested in<br />

this program, please contact the Centennial<br />

College International Centre.<br />

Note: You cannot apply to this program at ontariocolleges.ca.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6519<br />

<strong>international</strong>@centennialcollege.ca<br />

LIBERAL ARTS<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Career preparation / College or university preparation / Course preparation<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

General Arts 6700<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

1 year/2 semesters Fall Ontario College Certificate Morningside<br />

General Arts is an opportunity to prepare for college or a career or to discover possible professional<br />

goals and various educational options. By studying a range of subjects in the humanities and social<br />

sciences, as well as communications, the possibilities become extensive once you complete the<br />

program. The college preparation curriculum is beneficial if you are: considering applying for a college<br />

program in areas such as communication arts, child studies, community services, or hospitality<br />

and tourism administration; planning to transfer to Centennial’s Liberal Arts diploma program; or<br />

exploring educational opportunities. Graduate feeling confident about taking the next step in your<br />

career and personal success.<br />

Note: The official Ministry name for this program is General Arts and Science.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

College preparation / Career preparation / Exploration of career goals and various<br />

educational opportunities<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6700<br />

liberalarts@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 7018<br />

Marlon Casagranda<br />

ELL Level 4<br />

“Without a doubt the most enjoyable part of studying<br />

English at Centennial College is the opportunity to meet<br />

people from different places in the world. The opportunity<br />

of sharing, and learning experiences from all over the<br />

world is amazing.”<br />

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LIBERAL ARTS<br />

Liberal Arts 6701<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Morningside<br />

Preparation is key for success, whether you are entering college or have yet to decide on your career<br />

path. The Liberal Arts program helps you to effectively move in the direction of your future goals with<br />

its coverage of topics such as humanities, social sciences, communications, and research methods.<br />

This program is for you if you are interested in applying to a Bachelor of Arts offering at a recognized<br />

university; considering business administration, child studies and community services, hospitality<br />

and tourism, journalism, and media and design programs at the college level; or exploring career<br />

goals and educational options. Graduate fully prepared to confidently take your next step.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Undergraduate Arts program preparation / Gain university-level credits /<br />

Earn a college diploma<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6701<br />

liberalarts@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 7018<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

Liberal Arts to Trent University* 6706<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Morningside<br />

Liberal Arts is an opportunity to prepare for college or a career or to discover professional goals<br />

and various educational options. Study a range of subjects in the humanities and social sciences,<br />

as well as communications, to open doors to extensive possibilities once you complete the program.<br />

This college preparation curriculum is beneficial if you are: considering applying for a college program<br />

in areas such as business administration, child studies and community services, hospitality and<br />

tourism, journalism, and media and design; planning to transfer to planning to transfer to universitylevel<br />

programs at Trent; or exploring educational opportunities. Graduate fully prepared to confidently<br />

take your next step.<br />

*Durham, GTA, or Peterborough campuses<br />

Notes:<br />

1. Once enrolled, you will have the option to transfer into another program at Trent University. Please visit the program page on<br />

our <strong>web</strong>site for more information.<br />

2. The official Ministry name for this program is Liberal Arts.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Trent University undergraduate Arts program preparation / Gain university-level credits /<br />

Earn a college diploma<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6706<br />

liberalarts@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 7018<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

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centennialcollege.ca/our-programs


Liberal Arts to University of Toronto Scarborough 6705<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Morningside<br />

Employers are increasingly seeking candidates with both theoretical knowledge and practical<br />

experience. In the Liberal Arts to University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) program, combine these<br />

qualifications by first exploring various subjects (communications, research methods, humanities,<br />

and social sciences) at Centennial and then transitioning to UTSC. This program is beneficial if you<br />

are interested in a UTSC Honours Bachelor of Arts degree; considering college programs in areas<br />

such as business administration, child studies and community services, hospitality and tourism,<br />

journalism, and media and design; or exploring educational and career opportunities.<br />

Feel holistically prepared for your next step to success.<br />

Notes:<br />

1. Once enrolled, you will have the option to transfer into another program at UTSC. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site<br />

for more information.<br />

2. The official Ministry name for this program is Liberal Arts.<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6705<br />

liberalarts@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 7018<br />

LIBERAL ARTS<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

UTSC undergraduate Honours degree program preparation /<br />

Gain university-level credits / Earn a college diploma<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

Liberal Arts to York University 6707<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Morningside<br />

The area of liberal arts can open doors to numerous careers. With this program, study a wide<br />

range of subjects at Centennial College — including humanities, social sciences, communications,<br />

and research methods — before transitioning to York University for further education. Beyond<br />

having an interest in pursuing a York Bachelor (Honours) degree, this opportunity is beneficial if<br />

you are considering a college education in areas such as business administration, child studies<br />

and community services, hospitality and tourism, journalism, and media and design; or exploring<br />

educational opportunities. Complete this program feeling fully prepared for future success.<br />

Notes:<br />

1. Once enrolled, you will have the option to transfer into another program at York University. Please visit the program page on our<br />

<strong>web</strong>site for more information.<br />

2. The official Ministry name for this program is Liberal Arts.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

York University undergraduate Honours degree program preparation /<br />

Gain university-level credits / Earn a college diploma<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6707<br />

liberalarts@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 7018<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

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LIBERAL ARTS<br />

Christy Choi,<br />

ELL Graduate<br />

“We participate in events that help us learn English in an<br />

interesting way. One event that left a deep impression on<br />

me was going to a museum. This trip allowed me to learn<br />

a lot about the history of Canada and make many new<br />

friends.”<br />

Peng Rong<br />

ELL Level 5<br />

“Before I came to Canada, I had already heard about<br />

Canada’s number one college, for its professional<br />

teaching and multicultural environment. After four months<br />

of studying in level four of the English Language Learning<br />

program, I have made remarkable improvement on my<br />

English.”<br />

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BUSINESS<br />

Business surrounds us — from ads on social media to customer service<br />

interactions. That is why our business offerings are so wide ranging.<br />

Whether you are interested in forecasting marketing trends, crunching<br />

numbers, solving supply chain issues, or playing a supportive administrative<br />

role, our programs prepare you for career success. The strong business<br />

acumen and innovative thinking you gain from Centennial’s forward-thinking<br />

curriculum allows you to immediately impact any company.<br />

BUSINESS<br />

WATCH SCHOOL VIDEO


BUSINESS<br />

ACCOUNTING, BOOKKEEPING<br />

AND FINANCE


Bookkeeping 2906<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

1 year/2 semesters Fall, Winter, Summer Ontario College Certificate Progress<br />

In Canada, new job openings arising from expansion demand and replacement demand are<br />

expected to result in a steady need for bookkeeping professionals with leadership skills. This,<br />

combined with our program’s resulting certificate — which also serves as a pathway to the Canadian<br />

Institute of Bookkeeping’s (CIB) Certified Bookkeeper designation — opens doors to various career<br />

opportunities. In your courses, learn bookkeeping functions within the accounting cycle such as<br />

payables, inventory, accounts receivable, and payroll processing using QuickBooks and Sage 300<br />

ERP. Program completion also makes you eligible to transfer, with credits, into Centennial’s two- or<br />

three-year accounting programs to earn a diploma or advanced diploma.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Bookkeeper / Accounting clerk / Small business office manager<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics or Grade 12 (C, M, or<br />

U), or equivalent (minimum grade required),<br />

or take a Centennial College Math Skills<br />

Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2906<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

BUSINESS<br />

Business Administration – Accounting 2405<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall, Winter, Summer<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

Ontario College<br />

Advanced Diploma<br />

Progress<br />

Numbers meet business strategy in this program. It is designed to take your interest in the financial<br />

sector and expand it with the accounting and business principles to set up and maintain the success<br />

of organizations in every sector. This program combines rigorous hands-on accounting training<br />

with quality interactive business courses. The combination helps you to become adept in financial<br />

accounting, management accounting, and in the use of software suites, advanced accounting<br />

software and systems design. Taxes, auditing, and corporate finance round out the professional<br />

options available in this program’s third year. You graduate with the business and leadership skills<br />

to make an immediate impact.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Financial accountant / Merchandising accountant / Service accountantA<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics or Grade 12 (C, M, or<br />

U), or equivalent (minimum grade required),<br />

or take a Centennial College Math Skills<br />

Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2405<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

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Business Administration – Finance 2493<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

BUSINESS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/<br />

6 semesters<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

Fall, Winter, Summer<br />

Ontario College<br />

Advanced Diploma<br />

Progress<br />

Open yourself up to more career options in finance through this program, which helps you to launch<br />

your profession in specialized financial areas such as retirement planning and investment advising.<br />

To enter the field — while continuing towards the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation and<br />

creating a path to the Canadian Securities Course (CSC) credential — you study functional areas of<br />

business. Courses cover accounting, finance, marketing, information systems, human resources,<br />

production, and operations management as well as management-oriented topics that provide<br />

an integrated perspective of business. Additionally, acquire familiarity of finance functions in the<br />

corporate entity and of the financial services sector. The well-rounded knowledge base allows you to<br />

advance your career further faster.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Financial analyst / Investment advisor / Mortgage specialist<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics or Grade 12 (C, M,<br />

or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Math Skills Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2493<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

Business – Accounting 2801 2381<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

2 years/<br />

4 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter,<br />

Summer<br />

Ontario College<br />

Diploma<br />

Progress (2801),<br />

Online (2381)<br />

In just two years, this Business - Accounting program prepares you with the technical, business,<br />

and leadership skills to excel in numerous accounting-related opportunities. It includes the quality<br />

features of all Centennial accounting programs while concentrating on building proficiency in financial<br />

and managerial accounting and fostering in-depth knowledge of industry-standard accounting<br />

software. Receive online training in Quickbooks and Sage 300 ERP through interactive virtual or<br />

in-person demonstrations and practical application of key features and concepts. Courses also<br />

emphasize communication and analytical skills, which are essential for career success.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Accounting clerk / Auditor / Fixed asset management officer<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics or Grade 12 (C, M,<br />

or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Math Skills Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2801<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2381<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

Financial Services 2483 2383<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

2 years/<br />

4 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter,<br />

Summer<br />

Ontario College<br />

Diploma<br />

Progress (2483),<br />

Online (2383)<br />

Financial management is essential for any thriving business, and job opportunities within this<br />

sector are expected to continue growing in the years to come. Prepare yourself for these exciting<br />

opportunities with the Financial Services program. In small-sized classes and through practical<br />

learning, cover topics such as financial accounting, applied business software, principles of<br />

marketing, and financial sales and negotiations. Beyond this crucial industry knowledge, obtain<br />

certifications in courses such as the Canadian Securities Course (CSC), life insurance (LLQP), mutual<br />

funds (IFIC), and retirement planning (RPC). Your whole readiness takes you further faster once you<br />

graduate.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Financial analyst / Investment advisor / Personal banking officer<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics or Grade 12 (C, M,<br />

or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Math Skills Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2483<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2383<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

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BUSINESS<br />

FUNDAMENTALS<br />

BUSINESS<br />

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Business 2803 2308<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

BUSINESS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

2 years/<br />

4 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter,<br />

Summer<br />

Ontario College<br />

Diploma<br />

Progress (2803),<br />

Online (2308)<br />

Whether you want to obtain an education in multiple business disciplines or develop a foundation<br />

for an area of specialty, this program gives you a solid knowledge base and the leadership skills<br />

to effectively launch a career. Graduate with comprehension and skills in contemporary concepts,<br />

theories, and best practices related to the functional areas of accounting, finance, human resources,<br />

marketing, and operations. To ensure you are ready for the modern business environment, also learn<br />

to effectively communicate, serve customers, work in a team, use technology, demonstrate positive<br />

attitudes and behaviours, be adaptable and responsible, problem solve, and continuously learn.<br />

Notes:<br />

1. Business program graduates may apply to the Canadian Professional Sales Association (CPSA) for a professional sales<br />

credential. For more information regarding CPSA certification, please visit the CPSA <strong>web</strong>site.<br />

2. Students who successfully complete the COMP106 and/or COMP126 course(s) at Progress Campus will have an opportunity<br />

to acquire the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) credential. For more information about this accreditation and student eligibility,<br />

please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Customer service representative / Procurement assistant / Marketing assistant<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics or Grade 12 (C, M,<br />

or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Math Skills Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2803<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2308<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

Duy Anh Nguyen<br />

Business<br />

“I never missed a chance to get involved on campus. I was<br />

involved in many social causes, including breast cancer<br />

awareness and LGBTQ2+ initiatives. As a Drink Smart<br />

Ambassador at the College, I helped spread the word on the<br />

responsible use of alcohol. I even went on a global experience<br />

trip to India, and worked in a rural village helping to build a<br />

community centre dedicated to helping abused women.”<br />

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Business Foundations 2122 2022<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

1 year/<br />

2 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter,<br />

Summer<br />

Ontario College<br />

Certificate<br />

Progress (2122),<br />

Online (2022)<br />

Whether your ultimate goal is to work in marketing, human resources, or another area of business,<br />

this program prepares you with a solid foundation for success. Business Foundations is an<br />

alternate offering if you applied to a Centennial Business program, but may not currently meet the<br />

English admission requirements. With courses covering communications, mathematics, Microsoft<br />

Office, Canadian and <strong>international</strong> business practices, and business success strategies, build<br />

on your existing English language skills and develop an understanding of the Canadian business<br />

environment. Once you complete this program, you are eligible to transfer, with credits, to a Business<br />

School diploma or advanced diploma program.<br />

Notes:<br />

1. Courses you took as part of the post-secondary credential used to gain admission to this program may not be used to obtain<br />

further transfer credits.<br />

2. Completion of the Business Foundations certificate program can also help you earn up to six course credits that you can use<br />

towards required business courses in other Business School programs, depending on achieved grade levels.<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature applicant status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Applicants to Centennial College post-secondary<br />

programs in The Business School with English Skills<br />

Assessment scores of 141 are offered this program as<br />

a foundation to their program of choice. Applicants with<br />

assessment scores lower than 141 must consult with a PASS<br />

Advisor at the Centre for Academic English.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2122<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2022<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

BUSINESS<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Preparation for a certificate program in The Business School (TBS) / Transfer to a TBS<br />

diploma program / Transfer to a TBS advanced diploma program<br />

Pre-Business (Business Studies) 2125<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

1 year/2 semesters Fall, Winter, Summer Ontario College Certificate Progress<br />

Do you want to explore your career and educational options before you decide on your ultimate goal,<br />

or do you know your goal but do not currently meet Business School’s admission requirements?<br />

This program can help. You may apply directly to Pre-Business, or it may be offered to you as<br />

a recommended alternative. In a supportive, small-class environment, complete courses in<br />

communications, mathematics, Microsoft Office, Canadian and <strong>international</strong> business practices,<br />

strategies for business success, and accounting fundamentals. Advisors are available to meet with<br />

you to discuss potential pathways to success.<br />

Note: When you finish the program, you will be eligible to transfer, with credits, to a diploma or advanced diploma program in<br />

The Business School.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Transfer to a Business School advanced diploma, diploma, or certificate program /<br />

Customer service representative / Business assistant<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2125<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

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BUSINESS<br />

MANAGEMENT<br />

BUSINESS<br />

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Business Administration – Leadership<br />

and Management<br />

2406 2306<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

3 years/<br />

6 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter,<br />

Summer<br />

(2406);<br />

Fall, Summer<br />

(2306)<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

Ontario College<br />

Advanced<br />

Diploma<br />

Progress (2406),<br />

Online (2306)<br />

If you are a decisive person who can lead group projects, develop your potential to become an<br />

effective business leader through this program. Enhance your ability to effectively communicate,<br />

work in a team, problem solve, research, analyze, manage projects and people, and make innovative<br />

and strategic business decisions. The program’s advisory committee helps to keep the curriculum<br />

(and your skills) up-to-date by sharing current business trends and changes. This insight ensures<br />

the experiential learning and practical assignments, as well as clubs and competitions, are always<br />

relevant. Articulation agreements with universities and numerous learning options (in-class, blended,<br />

and online) enhance learning flexibility.<br />

Accreditations<br />

• Canadian Institute of Management (CIM) has approved this program as meeting the academic<br />

requirements within its Chartered Management Program (CMP), which can be used towards the<br />

Certified in Management (CIM) or Chartered Manager (C.Mgr.) designations. For more<br />

information, please visit the Institute’s <strong>web</strong>site.<br />

• Courses within the program may map to the Canadian Professional Sales Association (CPSA)<br />

competency framework. For more information about this accreditation and student eligibility,<br />

please visit the CPSA <strong>web</strong>site.<br />

Certifications<br />

• Students who successfully complete the COMP106 and/or COMP126 course(s) at Progress<br />

Campus will have an opportunity to acquire the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification.<br />

For more information about this accreditation and student eligibility, please visit the program<br />

page on our <strong>web</strong>site.<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics or Grade 12 (C, M,<br />

or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Math Skills Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2406<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2306<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

BUSINESS<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Office coordinator or manager / Franchise manager / Project coordinator<br />

Aastha Sood, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Business Administration – Leadership and Management<br />

“The Business Administration – Leadership and Management<br />

program provided me with many opportunities to develop<br />

myself and gain valuable business skills and knowledge.<br />

I learned about how a business and its employees function,<br />

from digital marketing to finance, as well as psychology and<br />

organizational behaviour.”<br />

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Business Administration – Supply Chain and Operations 2507<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

BUSINESS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall, Winter, Summer<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

Ontario College<br />

Advanced Diploma<br />

Progress<br />

With training from this program, efficiently manage a business’s supply chain and operations<br />

in a comprehensive way. Courses cover a range of relevant topics. Among them are: purchasing<br />

and inventory management; operations planning; direct supervision and quality assurance;<br />

operations process analysis to identify productivity improvements; business process re-engineering<br />

techniques to simplify and streamline organizational processes; and planning and designing quality<br />

improvement programs. An especially interactive program feature involves learning to integrate<br />

manual and computer-based systems, such as enterprise resource planning software SAP, as they<br />

relate to supply chain management activities. You graduate with the ability to confidently lead — in<br />

business and in life.<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics or Grade 12 (C, M,<br />

or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College Math<br />

Skills Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Logistics coordinator / Sourcing specialist / Quality control technician<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2507<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

Fashion Business and Management 2460<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Progress<br />

Whether it is a fascination with collections from today’s top designers or vintage styles found in<br />

boutiques, your love of clothing will serve you well in the business of fashion. This program’s practical<br />

approach establishes a business management foundation. Delve into fashion’s financial practices;<br />

the design and manufacturing process; ethical, sustainable, and innovative leadership practices;<br />

marketing and retail promotional strategies; and creative concepts for fashion products and services.<br />

Also gain an understanding of fashion and design’s evolution and current trends and technologies<br />

to predict sales dynamics. Training in fashion-related computer applications and a field placement<br />

round out your career preparation. The holistic approach leaves you ready to be a leader from the<br />

minute you enter the industry.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Visual merchandiser / Sales analyst / E-commerce coordinator<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics or Grade 12 (C, M,<br />

or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College Math<br />

Skills Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2460<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

Seema Sajwan, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Fashion Business and Management<br />

“The program is immersed in many different areas of the<br />

fashion industry, which includes marketing, finance,<br />

sourcing, trend forecasting, visuals, and pre-production.<br />

The program also offered us volunteer opportunities<br />

with fashion shows and designers.”<br />

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HUMAN RESOURCES AND<br />

PAYROLL MANAGEMENT<br />

BUSINESS<br />

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Business Administration – Human Resources 2709<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

BUSINESS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Advanced Diploma Progress<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

With this program, take advantage of the wide range of professional roles in the human resources<br />

management field. During your studies, become adept at ensuring organizational success through<br />

topics such as human resources (HR) strategy and planning, recruitment and selection, training<br />

and development, compensation, performance management, and human resources management<br />

systems. Highly marketable payroll knowledge complements your HR training. You also have the<br />

opportunity to acquire the Human Resources Professionals Association’s CHRP designation and<br />

professional designations from the Canadian Institute of Management and the Canadian Payroll<br />

Association. Your technical knowledge and leadership skills allow you to confidently contribute to —<br />

and lead in — any workplace.<br />

Accreditations<br />

• Human Resources Professionals Association<br />

• Canadian Payroll Association<br />

• Canadian Institute of Management (CIM)<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics or Grade 12 (C, M, or<br />

U), or equivalent (minimum grade required),<br />

or take a Centennial College Math Skills<br />

Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2709<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Human resources generalist / Recruiter / Compensation specialist<br />

Viktoriia Korobkina,<br />

Human Resources Management<br />

“The program prepares you for everything you need to<br />

know to do your job well. I understood the Canadian<br />

perspective and Canadian law, and learned how great the<br />

regulations are here, how people are protected, and how<br />

important the HR profession is for every organization.”<br />

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INTERNATIONAL<br />

BUSINESS<br />

BUSINESS


Business – International Business 2809 2319<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

BUSINESS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

2 years/<br />

4 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter,<br />

Summer<br />

Ontario College<br />

Diploma<br />

Progress (2809),<br />

Online (2319)<br />

If you are seeking a career without borders, <strong>international</strong> business is a limitless industry that includes<br />

various sectors such as global logistics, importing and exporting, sales, and commercial banking.<br />

This program provides you with core business concepts for strong foundational comprehension, while<br />

specific <strong>international</strong> business training results in a specialized skill set. You also have the opportunity<br />

to balance these two knowledge bases with vital leadership skills. Intensive and interactive courses<br />

cover topics such as processing customs compliance documents, assisting in the transportation of<br />

goods to and from locations throughout the world, and taking on a support role in the marketing and<br />

sales of Canadian goods in the global marketplace.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Customs compliance analyst / Corporate social responsibility manager /<br />

Commercial banking officer<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics or Grade 12 (C, M,<br />

or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College Math<br />

Skills Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2809<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2319<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

Business Administration – International Business 2409<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

Fall, Winter,<br />

Summer<br />

Ontario College<br />

Advanced Diploma<br />

Progress<br />

Take your business aspirations and combine them with a specialization in <strong>international</strong> business for<br />

a career that opens you up to the entire world. In three years, this program helps you to gain expertise<br />

in: <strong>international</strong> trade law, <strong>international</strong> finance, <strong>international</strong> sales and negotiation, <strong>international</strong><br />

business planning and research, <strong>international</strong> marketing, and corporate social responsibility in<br />

<strong>international</strong> development. With instructors who are industry experts leading the courses, enjoy<br />

practical and hands-on learning while also having an opportunity to participate in a renowned<br />

<strong>international</strong> student exchange program*. You graduate wholly ready to become a leader in your<br />

sector and to make an impact on the global world of business.<br />

*may be impacted by COVID-19<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Importer or exporter / Foreign investment analyst / Marketing or product broker<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status (19<br />

years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics or Grade 12 (C, M, or<br />

U), or equivalent (minimum grade required),<br />

or take a Centennial College Math Skills<br />

Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2409<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

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LEGAL AND OFFICE<br />

ADMINISTRATION<br />

BUSINESS


Court Support Services 2470<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

BUSINESS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

1 year/2 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Certificate Progress<br />

The Ontario Court of Justice, Superior Court of Justice, municipal courts, and tribunals and boards all<br />

need the pre-court, in-session, and post-court expertise Court Support Services graduates provide.<br />

To safeguard judicial process functions, learn tasks such as administering oaths, preparing exhibits<br />

and court documents, distributing court dockets, testing and troubleshooting audio, recording and<br />

court video technology, and maintaining order and decorum in a court or tribunal. Participate in<br />

court room simulations and mock trials, working with real court equipment, court forms, and court<br />

procedures. A practicum shadowing professionals in a real courtroom allows you to put learning into<br />

practice. You graduate confident in your extensive skill set and with leadership abilities.<br />

Note: Graduates of Court Support Services Ontario College Certificate will be eligible to apply to the accredited court transcription<br />

course, Court Transcription – Novice.<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2470<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Court registrar / Court support staff / Court monitor<br />

Law Clerk 2804<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Diploma Progress<br />

A recent poll by a leading staffing agency reveals that the coming years could see an increased<br />

demand for law clerks, as law firms seek to make efficiencies and transfer duties from first-year<br />

lawyers to trained law clerks. The Law Clerk program provides you with the necessary skills to prepare<br />

for these opportunities. Attend a wide variety of relevant courses, in conjunction with legal software<br />

courses, to gain the leadership abilities to confidently seek employment in the legal profession. A<br />

unique program feature is a four-day-per-week work placement in your final semester. It provides you<br />

with invaluable work experience that allows you to apply your knowledge to real-life legal situations.<br />

Note: Graduates of this Law Clerk program may be eligible for Centennial’s one-year graduate certificate program in Paralegal<br />

studies or to take advantage of the College’s partnership with the University of Leicester’s Law School in the U.K.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Law clerk / Lawyer’s assistant / Legal researcher<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2804<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

Office Administration – Executive 2606 2006<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

2 years/<br />

4 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter<br />

Ontario College<br />

Diploma<br />

Progress<br />

(2606),<br />

Online (2006)<br />

If you have sound organization, technical, and communication skills, consider a career supporting<br />

upper-level management in environments including corporations, not-for-profits, educational<br />

institutions, and government offices. Through practical opportunities, provided during your classes<br />

and through a final-semester field placement with a company or non-profit organization, you gain the<br />

essential expertise for success. This includes: office technology fundamentals and support, business<br />

writing, marketing fundamentals, social media and online communications, presentation and<br />

business correspondence, conference and meeting planning, minute taking, project management,<br />

accounting fundamentals, collaboration, and leadership.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Executive assistant / Office manager / Administrative support officer<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Students transferring from the Office Administration -<br />

General (#2701) certificate program must have successfully<br />

completed either the OAGN-119 Transcription Techniques or<br />

the OAGN-127 Machine Transcription courses.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2606<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2006<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

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Office Administration – General 2701 2001<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

1 year/<br />

2 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter<br />

Ontario College<br />

Certificate<br />

Progress<br />

(2701),<br />

Online (2001)<br />

Polished communication, human relations, and administrative skills combined with business<br />

world experience and knowledge of current trends, business practices, and related technology<br />

prepare you to work in office administration. Gain these skills at Centennial in a supportive class<br />

environment led by experienced professors. Theory and practical application includes topics such<br />

as: word processing, document production, office procedures, computer applications, transcription,<br />

communications, and cloud computing. There are pathways from the General program to Centennial’s<br />

Office Administration – Health Services (#2603), Office Administration – Legal (#2602), and Office<br />

Administration – Executive (#2606) programs.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2701<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2001<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

BUSINESS<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Receptionist / Secretary / Administrative assistant<br />

Office Administration – Health Services 2603 2003<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

2 years/<br />

4 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter<br />

Ontario College<br />

Diploma<br />

Progress<br />

(2603),<br />

Online (2003)<br />

If you thrive in dynamic working environments, a health care office administration career may<br />

be for you. Your ability to efficiently run an office will play an important role in ensuring patients<br />

receive quality care. With training from this program, gain organizational and clinical support skills<br />

to assist medical professionals and their patients as well as the leadership skills to get ahead.<br />

Your courses cover essential health care support topics such as: medical terminology, anatomy<br />

for health administration, medical transcription, medical office procedures, electronic health<br />

record management, computerized OHIP billing, and diagnostic and lab procedures. During a work<br />

placement, apply your learning to various real-life scenarios in a health care setting.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Medical office manager / Patient care coordinator / Health office administrator<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2603<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2003<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

Keilani Etzkorn, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Office Administration - Health Services<br />

“With a diploma under my belt, I am confident I’ll get hired<br />

in a hospital or clinic, whereas before it was harder to apply.<br />

I also became certified in Microsoft Office Suite, which allows<br />

me to apply as a regular administrative assistant too.”<br />

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Office Administration – Legal 2602 2002<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

BUSINESS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

2 years/<br />

4 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter<br />

(2602);<br />

Fall, Winter,<br />

Summer<br />

(2002)<br />

Ontario College<br />

Diploma<br />

Progress<br />

(2602),<br />

Online (2002)<br />

Combining your interest in the legal system with office administration opens doors to a career in law<br />

firms, government agencies, corporate legal departments, and other legal offices. In this program,<br />

build an understanding of current Canadian law issues, and become adept in specialized practice<br />

areas such as civil litigation, family law, real estate, and wills and estate. Courses balance theory with<br />

practical skills such as legal document preparation using word processing, legal terminology, law<br />

firm office or corporate legal department procedures, and the use of specialized legal office software.<br />

A two-day-per-week field placement creates an opportunity to apply your learning in a real-world<br />

setting. Your well-rounded knowledge base prepares you for success in your career and life.<br />

Notes:<br />

1. To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

2. Upon graduation, you will have the option to advance your education by seamlessly transferring into Centennial’s Law Clerk<br />

program (#2804).<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Students transferring from the Office Administration –<br />

General (#2701) certificate program must have successfully<br />

completed the OAGN-127 Machine Transcription course.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2602<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2002<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Senior legal secretary / Office coordinator / Legal administrative assistant<br />

Paralegal – Court and Tribunal Agent 2570<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Diploma Progress<br />

Did you know that paralegals who can demonstrate excellent skills in litigation and legal<br />

documentation enjoy better job prospects? At Centennial, benefit from a hands-on education that<br />

blends theory and practice to ensure you graduate with these marketable qualifications. Led by<br />

industry professionals, develop strong written and oral advocacy skills in the areas of authorized<br />

paralegal practice, ethics, legal accounting, communication, and practice management. This<br />

program gives you the opportunity to apply your newly gained skills through a real-world field<br />

placement, and it grants you access to unique opportunities to study abroad*. You graduate with the<br />

leadership abilities to be confident and to get noticed.<br />

*may be impacted due to COVID-19<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Paralegal agent / Paralegal business owner / Corporate paralegal<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2570<br />

Tanya Domize<br />

tdomize@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2649<br />

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LOGISTICS AND<br />

OPERATIONS<br />

BUSINESS<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs


Business – Supply Chain and Operations 2506<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

BUSINESS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall, Winter, Summer Ontario College Diploma Progress<br />

Business operations and supply chains are the primary business functions that create the products<br />

and services organizations offer to satisfy customer needs. Launch your career in supply chain and<br />

operations through this program, which includes hands-on projects and assignments that simulate<br />

actual business settings. As a result, you become skilled at analyzing business processes to improve<br />

productivity, developing and implementing quality management programs, applying team approach<br />

principles to examine operations problems and to develop solutions, and enhancing the performance<br />

of a firm’s supply chain. You also graduate with the leadership skills to get noticed — and to get<br />

ahead.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Supply chain planner / Procurement assistant / Logistics coordinator<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics or Grade 12 (C, M, or<br />

U), or equivalent (minimum grade required),<br />

or take a Centennial College Math Skills<br />

Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2506<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

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MARKETING AND SALES<br />

BUSINESS<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs


Business – Marketing 2805 2305<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

BUSINESS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

2 years/<br />

4 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter<br />

Summer<br />

Ontario College<br />

Diploma<br />

Progress<br />

(2805),<br />

Online (2305)<br />

Take your marketing interests and apply them to a workforce in which spending on marketing-related<br />

activities has grown considerably. To enter the field, this program equips you with a solid business<br />

foundation, specialized knowledge, and leadership abilities. Your education starts with the basics<br />

of business — accounting, organizational behaviour, business software, customer service, and<br />

<strong>international</strong> business. With this knowledge base, study marketing topics including marketing theory<br />

and case-based problem solving, marketing communications (both advertising and promotion),<br />

account management, and sales and service. The curriculum uses case studies, guest lectures,<br />

presentations, projects, computer simulations, and technologies.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Marketing assistant / Account supervisor / Merchandising assistant<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics or Grade 12 (C, M, or<br />

U), or equivalent (minimum grade required),<br />

or take a Centennial College Math Skills<br />

Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2805<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2305<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

Business Administration – Marketing 2403 2303<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

3 years/<br />

6 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter,<br />

Summer<br />

(2403);<br />

Fall, Summer<br />

(2303)<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

Ontario College<br />

Advanced<br />

Diploma<br />

Progress (2403),<br />

Online (2303)<br />

Are you fascinated by the way organizations use marketing to connect with their customers through<br />

social media, consumer knowledge, and business strategy? This program’s blend of broad-based<br />

business administration topics with marketing training creates opportunities in various marketing<br />

roles and industries. Marketing-specific areas of study include: marketing research, marketing<br />

communications, digital marketing, and brand planning. In addition to lectures, assignments, and<br />

presentations, use case studies and industry software, such as Tableau and Envision, to develop<br />

creative decision-making and persuasive communication skills. You also get the chance to compete<br />

in province- and nation-wide academic contests*. You graduate prepared to go further faster.<br />

*may be impacted due to COVID-19<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Marketing coordinator / Account manager / Promotions coordinator<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics or Grade 12 (C, M, or<br />

U), or equivalent (minimum grade required),<br />

or take a Centennial College Math Skills<br />

Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2403<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2303<br />

business@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2280<br />

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GRADUATE CERTIFICATE AND FAST-TRACK PROGRAMS<br />

If you have prior post-secondary education in a related field, you may be eligible to apply for one<br />

of our specialized Graduate Certificate programs to enhance your career opportunities, or one<br />

of our Fast-track programs that enable you to complete your credential in less time.<br />

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS<br />

Program Name<br />

Alcoholic Beverages Management<br />

Program URL<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2885<br />

BUSINESS<br />

Business Analytics and Insights – Canadian Context<br />

Financial Planning<br />

Global Business Management<br />

Human Resources Management<br />

Insurance Management<br />

International Business Management<br />

International Development<br />

Marketing – Corporate Account Management<br />

Marketing – Digital Engagement Strategy<br />

Marketing – Research and Analytics<br />

Marketing Management<br />

Paralegal<br />

Project Management<br />

Strategic Management<br />

Strategic Management – Accounting Specialization<br />

Supply Chain Management – Logistics<br />

FAST-TRACK PROGRAM<br />

Program Name<br />

Business Administration – Accounting (3 semesters)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2867<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2843<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2880 (In-person)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2380 (Online)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2860 (In-person)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2360 (Online)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2890<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2859 (In-person)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2359 (Online)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2895<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2846 (In-person)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2046 (Online)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2849<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2845<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2825 (In-person)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2335 (Online)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2870<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2528 (In-person)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2328 (Online)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2841<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2844 (In-person)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2344 (Online)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2862<br />

Program URL<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2435<br />

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SUCCESS<br />

BUSINESS<br />

STORY<br />

Alumnus Davis Fernandes<br />

launched a marketing career with<br />

help from networking opportunities<br />

After completing an accounting and finance degree, it didn’t<br />

take long for Davis Fernandes to realize his passion was<br />

elsewhere. What truly fascinated Davis was writing. Combining<br />

his knack for words with an interest in understanding consumer<br />

behaviour led the India native to two college programs at<br />

Centennial: Marketing Management and Marketing – Digital<br />

Engagement Strategy.<br />

connect him to his future boss and play a role in his current<br />

career. Because Centennial College’s Marketing programs, and<br />

other offerings, employ professors and instructors who are still<br />

active in their fields, in-class sessions often see professional<br />

guest speakers impart knowledge on learners. Students, in<br />

turn, have the unique opportunity to interact with these experts<br />

in an intimate setting.<br />

“Centennial turned out to be the perfect mediator between<br />

myself and my career prospects,” says Davis. “I got to meet<br />

many professionals and instructors who still work in the field<br />

while I got a solid education. I also found the professors to be<br />

accessible and always willing to help you out.”<br />

In fact, during the research phase of choosing an institution<br />

for his marketing education, Davis spoke to his local career<br />

counsellors who specifically mentioned Centennial for its<br />

well-known and strong connection to industry and networking<br />

opportunities. Employing strategy, he narrowed his search<br />

to three Ontario colleges. It was the networking aspect that<br />

convinced Davis to choose Centennial College for his graduate<br />

certificate education.<br />

“Networking was the most important factor for me because<br />

I knew it would be very helpful in getting a job,” he says.<br />

“That’s why it’s important to research and really narrow down<br />

the benefits you’ll get from a college program and a school.”<br />

What Davis had no way of knowing at the time was that one<br />

of his marketing and digital marketing classes would directly<br />

DAVIS SAYS...<br />

“I initially got to speak with the CEO of the company where<br />

I currently work when he was a guest speaker in one of my<br />

classes,” says Davis, who graduated from Digital Engagement<br />

Strategy in 2019 and was almost immediately hired as an<br />

advertising operations specialist by advertience, a digital<br />

marketing consultancy that delivers digital marketing services<br />

in media, creative and analytics. “I went back home to India<br />

in July 2019, and when I came back to Toronto, one of my<br />

instructors, who also works at advertience, saw that I was<br />

looking for a job and asked if I wanted to come in for an<br />

interview.”<br />

While Davis ended up concentrating on digital marketing, he<br />

says taking both the Marketing Management and the Marketing<br />

– Digital Engagement Strategy programs served distinct but<br />

equally important purposes. The former, he says, created a<br />

solid foundation and offered an overview of the entire marketing<br />

sector. The latter helped him to specialize his strategy skills and<br />

knowledge. Both programs, he says, are interactive and offer<br />

multiple opportunities to work with real clients.<br />

“The client for my capstone project in Digital Engagement Strategy was Virgin<br />

Mobile. We also worked with other commercial companies on social media<br />

marketing. So, it was really hands-on and we got an idea of what we could<br />

expect from the field. I’m still using the skills I learned in the programs.”<br />

62<br />

Success Story


COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA,<br />

ARTS AND DESIGN<br />

Creativity, personal expression, and business acumen all play important<br />

roles in the communications, media, arts, and design sectors. At Centennial,<br />

discover a robust number of specialized programs that teach you to hone these<br />

attributes for a rewarding career as a modern-day storyteller. As fields such as<br />

advertising, marketing, and animation expand alongside the digital revolution,<br />

and professions in journalism, broadcasting, the arts, and media require<br />

innovative thinking, the possibilities are abundant.<br />

COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA,<br />

ARTS AND DESIGN<br />

WATCH SCHOOL VIDEO


COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA,<br />

ARTS AND DESIGN<br />

ADVERTISING, MARKETING<br />

AND PUBLIC RELATIONS


Advertising and Marketing Communications Management 6404<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall Ontario College Advanced Diploma<br />

Story Arts<br />

Centre<br />

Training from one program prepares you to work in at least eight areas within this industry. Advertising<br />

and Marketing Communications Management teaches you to combine creative and strategic thinking<br />

with business savvy and leadership skills to generate exciting ideas in account management, digital<br />

advertising, creative development, and more. Through practical learning, the program mirrors<br />

industry standards, including firm deadlines, multitasking, and delivering professional presentations.<br />

A foundation of industry knowledge (research, developing strategies, campaign planning, production)<br />

leads to specialization in account management, digital creative, or media buying and planning. This is<br />

the only Greater Toronto Area college advertising program with a 14-week field placement.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Account manager / Media buyer and planner / Creative developer<br />

Bachelor of Public Relations Management, Honours 0617<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

4 years/8 semesters Fall Honours Bachelor Degree Story Arts Centre<br />

In the coming years, employment growth in the sector that includes public relations is expected to<br />

be higher than the average for all occupations — representing more than 40 per cent of the jobs<br />

that will become available from 2017 to 2026. This first-of-its-kind offering in Canada combines<br />

public relations, business studies, and leadership skills to prepare you for various careers. Through<br />

core business courses, the program balances theory, principles, and public relations applications<br />

with a solid business foundation. Courses cover writing, social and digital media, research and<br />

communications planning, and strategic and corporate communications. Apply your knowledge to<br />

real-world projects and to a 14-week co-op opportunity.<br />

Notes:<br />

1. To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

2. This college has been granted a consent by the Minister of Colleges and Universities to offer this applied degree for a sevenyear<br />

term starting August 18, 2020. The college shall ensure that all students admitted to the above-named program during<br />

the period of consent will have the opportunity to complete the program within a reasonable time frame.<br />

3. The official Ministry name for this program is Honours Bachelor of Public Relations Management.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Community manager / Public relations coordinator / Corporate communications specialist<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• English Grade 12 C or U, or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

• Program admission session is highly<br />

recommended (visit the program page on our<br />

<strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6404<br />

Devon Feyen<br />

dfeyen@centennialcollege.ca<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

High School Applicants<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)<br />

or equivalent<br />

• At least six Grade 12 M or U, or OAC credits<br />

with an overall average of 65 per cent or<br />

higher<br />

Courses must include:<br />

• Grade 12 English (U); final grade 70 per cent<br />

or higher<br />

• Grade 12 Mathematics (U); final grade<br />

65 per cent or higher<br />

Note: If you do not meet the math requirements, you may be<br />

considered for admission and will be required to complete a<br />

remedial mathematics course by the end of the first semester.<br />

Mature Applicants<br />

• 21 years of age or older by December 31<br />

of the program year<br />

• Transcripts showing English Grade 12 U,<br />

OAC, or equivalent<br />

• Provide complete academic history<br />

(transcripts or <strong>international</strong> evaluation)<br />

• Resume detailing work experience<br />

Note: Mature applicants are assessed on a case-by-case basis.<br />

COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA,<br />

ARTS AND DESIGN<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/0617<br />

Dr. Chitra Anand<br />

canand@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations 65


COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA,<br />

ARTS AND DESIGN<br />

ARTS, ANIMATION<br />

AND DESIGN


Animation – 3D 6423<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters<br />

(16 months continuous)<br />

Fall, Winter Ontario College Diploma Story Arts Centre<br />

From creating mythical creatures to fantasy lands, turn your imagination into a career in 3D<br />

animation. Since 1996, this <strong>international</strong>ly-recognized program known for its intensive approach has<br />

kickstarted the careers of many talented digital artists. By concentrating on production-style training<br />

and a unique project-based learning experience, courses prepare you for a future in the animation,<br />

film, television, broadcast design, and gaming industries. In small classes and computer labs with<br />

24-hour access, cover subjects such as life drawing, acting for animation, and storyboard training.<br />

Industry-leading guest speakers, workshops, company studio tours, and an eight-week industry field<br />

placement assist you in producing demo reels to showcase your aptitude. Graduate with the well<br />

roundedness you need to go further faster.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

3D character animator / Texture artist / Technical director<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

• Portfolio (visit the program page on our<br />

<strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

• Program admission session (visit the<br />

program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6423<br />

John Lee<br />

johnlee@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 5105<br />

COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA,<br />

ARTS AND DESIGN<br />

Art and Design Fundamentals 6409<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

1 year/2 semesters Fall, Winter, Summer<br />

Ontario College<br />

Certificate<br />

Story Arts Centre<br />

Nurture your artistic talents by developing creative, practical, and entrepreneurial skills. This<br />

preparation program helps you to build your portfolio, which is required for admission to specialized<br />

programs. It also opens you up to career possibilities within visual arts. The studio-based, handson<br />

curriculum, taught by practicing artists and designers, provides you with traditional, digital, and<br />

multimedia expertise — along with the opportunity to work on client-based community projects.<br />

During the program, become familiar with drawing, design, colour, 3D modelling and design, visual<br />

culture, video making, digital illustration, photography, and rapid prototyping. This stepping-stone<br />

sets you up for the next step in your success.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Animator* / Graphic designer* / Art director*<br />

*With additional education<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: If you apply to, but do not meet the admission<br />

requirements for Centennial’s Graphic Design Media, Fine<br />

Arts Studio, Game Art and Design, or Digital Animation<br />

programs, you may receive an alternate offer to the Art and<br />

Design Fundamentals program.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6409<br />

Dagmar Glisch<br />

dglisch@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 8868<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

Arts, Animation and Design 67


COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA,<br />

ARTS AND DESIGN<br />

Dance Performance 6460<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Story Arts Centre<br />

If you want to be a successful dance professional, whether on Broadway, television, or elsewhere,<br />

you must be innovative and in tune with the latest dance trends. Through this program, develop<br />

a high standard of performance and technical skills in commercial dance, hip-hop, ballet, jazz,<br />

contemporary, cultural, world trends, Indigenous North American dance forms, acrobatics,<br />

choreography, and pas de deux. You also acquire life skills to better cope with self-image and body<br />

image, stress, rejection, nutrition, and gain an understanding of anatomy and injury prevention.<br />

Graduate with the entrepreneurial, leadership, and instruction abilities — as well as a professional<br />

resume, photos, and a dance show reel — to confidently enter the industry.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Professional dancer / Instructor / Choreographer<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

• Previous training in any style of dance<br />

• Program admission session (visit the<br />

program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6460<br />

Celestine Eagle<br />

ceagle@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 4343<br />

Digital Visual Effects 6435<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Story Arts Centre<br />

From new-release video games to blockbuster movies, talented digital visual effects artists are in<br />

high demand. The only two-year diploma offering of its kind in Ontario, the Digital Visual Effects<br />

program teaches you to master industry-standard techniques and software to produce photorealistic<br />

visual effects for a wide variety of media. Working with various filmmaking processes and bringing<br />

them together into a seamless final product, you gain experience in image processing, editing,<br />

lighting, rendering, matte painting, set extension, compositing, and post-VFX techniques. You then<br />

round out your training by producing a demo reel suitable for job application and completing a field<br />

placement. This holistic approach takes you further faster in the industry.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Lighter / Look development artist / Compositor<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

• Portfolio (visit the program page on our<br />

<strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

• Program admission session (visit the<br />

program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6435<br />

John Lee<br />

johnlee@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 5105<br />

68<br />

Arts, Animation and Design<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs


Fine Arts Studio 6421<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Story Arts Centre<br />

Find your creative voice and launch your career as an artist through this program, which emphasizes<br />

the classic art forms of drawing, painting, and sculpting. Featuring one of Ontario’s most<br />

comprehensive professional practice curriculums, courses cover advanced technical, conceptual,<br />

and professional skills for traditional media, with selective integration of digital processes. Through<br />

a portfolio-building focus, this program provides you with more studio time in two years than<br />

many institutions offer in four. In-school galleries allow you to exhibit your work, while professional<br />

exhibition opportunities offer an understanding of how to book shows and commissions, apply for<br />

grants, promote yourself, and facilitate real sales. Your well-rounded training prepares you to get<br />

ahead faster.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Freelance artist / Painter / Art instructor<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

• Portfolio (visit the program page on our<br />

<strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

• Program admission session (visit the<br />

program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6421<br />

Lisa Binnie<br />

lbinnie@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 3042<br />

COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA,<br />

ARTS AND DESIGN<br />

Game – Art 6422<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters<br />

(16 months continuous)<br />

Fall Ontario College Diploma Story Arts Centre<br />

Prepare for a career of imagination, innovative design, and storytelling in the gaming arts industry,<br />

which contributes billions of dollars to Canada’s economy year over year. The Game – Art program<br />

— developed by professionals with a forward-thinking approach towards the next wave of interactive<br />

games — prepares you to build 3D art assets for games, create game environments and characters,<br />

and express your own unique creativity. Extensive use of the latest software and hardware, and a<br />

fourth-semester field placement, ensure your seamless transition into a professional production<br />

environment — with the ability to lead.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Character artist / Level designer / Game concept artist<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

• Portfolio (visit the program page on our<br />

<strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

• Program admission session (visit the<br />

program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6422<br />

Michael Wong<br />

mwong@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 8659<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

Arts, Animation and Design 69


Game – Development 6432<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA,<br />

ARTS AND DESIGN<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall<br />

Ontario College<br />

Advanced Diploma<br />

Story Arts Centre<br />

Canada’s game development industry ranks among the largest of any country. To be successful in<br />

game development, you need to be both technically literate and able to advance the conceptual and<br />

cultural potential of games. This program’s relevant focus on mobile game development emphasizes<br />

the practical applications of the game production process from theoretical, managerial, leadership,<br />

and technical sides. As you design, prototype, and iterate your own fully playable 2D and 3D games,<br />

you become familiar with design thinking, foundations of computer programming as well as how to<br />

effectively communicate with interdisciplinary teams of artists and programmers.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Web game developer / Video game developer / 3D designer<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C or U), or take the Centennial College Math<br />

Skills Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

• Portfolio (visit the program page on our<br />

<strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6432<br />

Brian Sinasac<br />

bsinasac@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 8632<br />

Graphic Design 6420 6020<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

3 years/<br />

6 semesters<br />

Fall<br />

Ontario College<br />

Advanced Diploma<br />

Story Arts Centre<br />

(6420),<br />

Online (6020)<br />

If you are looking for a creative career that combines visual communication and problem solving,<br />

consider graphic design. At Centennial, gain multidisciplinary design skills and practical experience in<br />

an intimate studio environment. Working closely with professors, master industry-standard software;<br />

develop print artwork; design responsive <strong>web</strong>sites and mobile apps; create exciting motion graphics;<br />

and explore drawing, photography, illustration, typography, and more. A field placement puts your<br />

skills to the test in the real world. RGD Ontario, which represents more than 3,000 graphic designers,<br />

managers, educators, and students, formally recognizes this program. Graphic Design’s well-connected<br />

and well-rounded approach prepares you for career — and life — success.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Graphic or <strong>web</strong> designer / Interactive designer / Art director<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission (score of 170 or 171 required)<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

• Portfolio (visit the program page on our<br />

<strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

• Program admission session (visit the<br />

program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6420<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6020<br />

Lisa Rebnord<br />

lrebnord@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 8502<br />

70<br />

Arts, Animation and Design<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs


Music Industry Arts and Performance 6450<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall Ontario College Advanced Diploma<br />

Story Arts<br />

Centre<br />

Being a versatile, culturally aware musician and singer — who is also a technology and business savvy<br />

leader — is imperative for success in tomorrow’s music-related fields. This program’s combination<br />

of performance, creative, contextual, business, and technology courses helps you to become just<br />

that. As you work your way through the curriculum, professional musicians mentor you during private<br />

lessons and ensemble rehearsals. You also have the opportunity to perform and record. In the<br />

program’s third year, join either the music creation and business stream or the music creation and<br />

technology stream. A six-week field placement further enhances your hands-on and specialized<br />

experience.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Freelance musician / Music creator for media / Recording engineer<br />

Performing Arts Fundamentals 6400<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

1 year/2 semesters Fall Ontario College Certificate Story Arts Centre<br />

If you dream of a career on the big stage but are not sure what you want to do, this program is for you.<br />

By combining music, theatre, and dance fundamentals with specialized elective courses, Performing<br />

Arts Fundamentals helps you to focus your training or to broaden your horizons. Work with peers to<br />

create, remix, or produce original multidisciplinary performances. Attending shows and networking<br />

serve as inspiration, while being coached by industry professionals helps you with the audition<br />

process, resume writing, career management, and financing skills. Upon completion, you become<br />

eligible to directly enter, with minimum requirements, Centennial’s Dance Performance, Music<br />

Industry Arts and Performance, or Theatre Arts and Performance programs. Feel prepared for the next<br />

step in your success with this holistic training.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Musician / Actor / Dancer<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

• Portfolio (visit the program page on our<br />

<strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6450<br />

Jesse Feyen<br />

jfeyen@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 8619<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

• Online questionnaire (visit the program page<br />

on our <strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6400<br />

Lauren Acton<br />

lacton@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 8734<br />

COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA,<br />

ARTS AND DESIGN<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

Arts, Animation and Design 71


Photography 6406<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA,<br />

ARTS AND DESIGN<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Story Arts Centre<br />

This program not only trains you on the latest technology and techniques, but it also covers business<br />

theory and leadership abilities for a lasting career. Through an interactive approach, you develop<br />

the skills to compete in commercial photography and learn what it takes to grow your brand and<br />

create images for diverse clients. Additionally, by participating in initiatives such as Story Arts Image<br />

Xchange — a real-world stock agency and incubator for emerging photographers and creative content<br />

creators — you have opportunities to publish and showcase your work at local galleries. Complement<br />

your training with a seven-week field placement.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Commercial or corporate photographer / Portrait photographer / Event photographer<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

• Program admission session (visit the<br />

program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

• Portfolio (visit the program page on our<br />

<strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6406<br />

Joseph Marranca<br />

jmarranca@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 8821<br />

Product Design and Development 3517<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall Ontario College Advanced Diploma<br />

Story Arts<br />

Centre<br />

Toy, furniture, and automotive manufacturers all need product designers. Product Design and<br />

Development prepares you for an exciting, creative career within these industries. In the only program<br />

of its kind in Canada, learn to develop high-tech, ecological, and socially-responsible products —<br />

from concept through to production. Through interdisciplinary projects, advance your creative design<br />

and problem-solving abilities and strategies by drawing, model-making, advanced 3D computer<br />

assisted design and modelling, and rapid prototyping on industry-standard software. You then have<br />

the opportunity to bring your ideas to market with ACCEL (Centennial’s business incubator) and a<br />

course during which you work with real-world clients to gain industry experience. This program leaves<br />

you feeling wholly prepared to go further faster.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Industrial designer / Furniture designer / Design strategist<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment for<br />

Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

• Portfolio (visit the program page on our<br />

<strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

• Program admission session (visit the<br />

program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3517<br />

Luciano Lorenzatti<br />

llorenzatti@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 3523<br />

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Arts, Animation and Design<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs


Theatre Arts and Performance 6470<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall Ontario College Advanced Diploma<br />

Story Arts<br />

Centre<br />

In addition to technical skills, entrepreneurship, leadership, and networking are essential for a<br />

sustainable theatre arts career. This program helps you to develop your business aptitude, nurture<br />

your artistic voice, and make crucial industry connections. Industry-leading professionals facilitate<br />

classes in acting, movement, and voice as you expand your artistic range across different styles of<br />

classic and contemporary performance, including live and on-camera. You also build your audition<br />

skills, learn to work with an agent, and create your own dynamic demo reel. To prepare for a career as<br />

an actor-entrepreneur, participate in independent “storefront” productions that push your creative<br />

boundaries to the front-line of theatre innovation.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Actor / Director / Stage manager<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

• Program admission session (visit the<br />

program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6470<br />

Patrick Robinson<br />

probinson@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2534<br />

COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA,<br />

ARTS AND DESIGN<br />

Akeem Raphael, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Music Industry Arts and Performance<br />

“All the experiences I’ve had and networks that I’ve<br />

created are going to be useful for me. Now I know what it<br />

means to be an artist and an entrepreneur because of the<br />

music program at Centennial College.”<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

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COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA,<br />

ARTS AND DESIGN<br />

MEDIA, COMMUNICATIONS<br />

AND WRITING


Broadcasting – Radio, Television, Film and Digital Media 6401<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall<br />

Ontario College<br />

Advanced Diploma<br />

Story Arts Centre<br />

As of 2020, Netflix had 203 million subscribers. It is one example of how broadcasting is changing —<br />

and needs professionals with both creative and technical skills. In this program, you gain<br />

competencies required for motion picture, television, and radio as well as multi-platform digital<br />

productions. You learn to develop and create original story content; prepare, manage, and carry out<br />

the production process by studying and practicing techniques for effective storytelling; gain technical<br />

experience; and participate in creating and contributing to student productions. A portfolio and a<br />

full-time 14-week industry field placement complement your studies. Because the training is so<br />

well-rounded, you graduate ready to lead.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Story content director or producer / Field producer / Coordinator<br />

Communications and Media Fundamentals 6416<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

1 year/2 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Certificate Story Arts Centre<br />

This preparation program gives you the foundation to confidently pursue a post-secondary education<br />

in communications and media. Guided by industry-experienced faculty members, experiment<br />

with contemporary digital and social media production tools, create and maintain forums on<br />

social media networks, produce focused written communications and media solutions, and apply<br />

English language skills to a presentation portfolio. Upon completion of our well-rounded program<br />

with minimum requirements, you become eligible for admission to Advertising and Marketing<br />

Communications Management, Journalism, or Broadcasting – Radio, Television, Film and Digital<br />

Media at Centennial College.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

• Portfolio (visit the program page on our<br />

<strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6401<br />

Karen Shopsowitz<br />

kshopsowitz@centennialcollege.ca<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: If you apply to but do not meet admission requirements<br />

for Centennial’s Broadcasting – Radio, Television, Film and<br />

Digital Media; Journalism; or Advertising and Marketing<br />

Communication Management programs, you may receive<br />

an alternate offer to the Communications and Media<br />

Fundamentals program.<br />

COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA,<br />

ARTS AND DESIGN<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Journalist* / Broadcaster* / Advertiser*<br />

*With additional education<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6416<br />

Michael Countryman<br />

mcountryman@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 8723<br />

Journalism 6402<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall Ontario College Advanced Diploma<br />

Story Arts<br />

Centre<br />

Today’s journalism industry is more multifaceted than ever. To prepare you with the skills to navigate<br />

and succeed as it continues to change, this program combines classroom learning with newsroom<br />

experience. The learn-by-doing approach begins in Centennial’s on-campus publishing, broadcast,<br />

and Internet facilities, where you learn journalism fundamentals and gain the latest multi-platform<br />

skills. Apply your knowledge by writing stories for the award-winning community media outlet The<br />

Toronto Observer, and through producing online, radio, and television newscasts. Exclusive field<br />

trips and a field placement also help you to gain real-world experience and build your professional<br />

network. You graduate with leadership skills to advance and sustain your career.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Reporter / Editor / Producer<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

• Program admission session is highly<br />

recommended (visit the program page on<br />

our <strong>web</strong>site for details)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6402<br />

Tim Doyle<br />

tdoyle@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 8724<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

Media, Communications and Writing<br />

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GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS<br />

If you have prior post-secondary education in a related field, you may be eligible to apply for<br />

one of our specialized Graduate Certificate programs to enhance your career opportunities.<br />

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS<br />

Program Name<br />

Advertising – Creative and Digital Strategy<br />

Advertising – Media Management<br />

Program URL<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6425<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6403<br />

COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA,<br />

ARTS AND DESIGN<br />

Arts Education and Community Engagement<br />

Arts Management<br />

Children’s Media<br />

Contemporary Journalism<br />

Film and Television - Business<br />

NOTE: The official Minstry name for this program is Television and Film - Business.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6426<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6431<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6424<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6443<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6430<br />

Interactive Media Management<br />

Lifestyle Media<br />

Museum and Cultural Management<br />

Professional Writing – Communications<br />

NOTE: The official Ministry name for this program is Communications - Professional Writing.<br />

Public Relations – Corporate Communications<br />

Publishing – Book, Magazine and Electronic<br />

Script to Screen - Advanced Television and Film<br />

NOTE: The official Ministry name for this program is Advanced Television and Film - Script to Screen.<br />

Sports Journalism<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6410 (In-person)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6010 (Online)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6436<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1832<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6440<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6417<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6438<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6429<br />

centennialcollege.ca/6415<br />

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centennialcollege.ca/our-programs


COMMUNITY AND<br />

HEALTH STUDIES<br />

Today’s health and wellness, community and child services, and emergency<br />

services sectors are complex. While technology advances and career roles<br />

expand, one idea is unwavering: Professionals in community and healthrelated<br />

fields care deeply about making a positive impact. This belief —<br />

coupled with solid theory and experiential training in our realistic labs as<br />

well as professional placements in your field of study — prepares you for a<br />

profession in which you can help to foster inclusive, healthier communities.<br />

COMMUNITY AND<br />

HEALTH STUDIES


COMMUNITY AND<br />

HEALTH STUDIES<br />

COMMUNITY AND<br />

CHILD SERVICES


Child and Youth Care 1205<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall Ontario College Advanced Diploma Progress<br />

Child and youth care practitioners engage and work with children, youth, and their families<br />

across various settings. To prepare you for this important role, our program examines principles,<br />

philosophies, and characteristics of relational child and youth care practice from child- and<br />

youth-centred developmental and ecological perspectives. In doing so, it covers themes such as<br />

professional boundaries, child and adolescent mental health, counselling and crisis theories,<br />

intervention, abuse, advocacy, and anti-oppression. Besides working in a specially-designed<br />

communications lab, complete three field practicums in educational, residential, and community<br />

settings. You graduate certified in SafeTALK (suicide prevention), Applied Suicide Intervention Skills<br />

Training (ASIST), and Positive Space training. The program’s holistic approach prepares you for career<br />

and life success.<br />

Note: This program is taught using a combination of modalities. Courses may be taught face-to-face, online or in blended/hybrid<br />

combination of both online and traditional classroom teaching.<br />

Accreditation<br />

Centennial College’s Child and Youth Care Advanced Diploma program has earned accreditation<br />

from the Child and Youth Care Educational Accreditation Board of Canada as a provider of quality<br />

post-secondary education in the field of child and youth care, effective April 21, 2021 to<br />

April 20, 2028.<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• English Grade 12 C or U, or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1205<br />

communitystudies@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5303<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Child and youth care practitioner / Youth advocate / Child life specialist<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

Community and Child Studies Foundations 1232<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

1 year/2 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Certificate Progress<br />

Prepare to meet your career goal of a profession in community services or child studies. This<br />

academic pathway opportunity helps you to succeed in applying to a diploma program in these<br />

two areas. You develop a thorough understanding of the personal and professional requirements<br />

of the varied available careers, and you have the opportunity to adopt skills and attitudes that will<br />

be valuable as you advance your education. While engaging you in reflective practice that enables<br />

professional and leadership skills development, this program also enhances your communication<br />

competence in all language strands.<br />

Notes:<br />

1. This program is taught using a combination of modalities. Courses may be taught face-to-face, online, or in blended/hybrid<br />

combination of both online and traditional classroom teaching.<br />

2. The official Ministry name for this program is Community Services and Child Studies Foundations.<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature applicant status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Applicants to Centennial College post-secondary<br />

programs in the areas of community studies or child and<br />

family studies, with scores of 140 or 141 on the Centennial<br />

College English Skills Assessment, are advised to first take<br />

this program as a pathway to their program of choice.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1232<br />

communitystudies@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5303<br />

COMMUNITY AND<br />

HEALTH STUDIES<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Childcare worker* / Developmental services worker* / Social service worker*<br />

*With additional education<br />

Arlene Makilan<br />

Early Childhood Education<br />

“I am learning to take care of infants, toddlers, and<br />

preschoolers. Our role is to provide learning opportunities<br />

that are age-appropriate to help the children learn by doing<br />

and playing.”<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

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Community Development Work 1230<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Ashtonbee<br />

Whether you dream of a career abroad with an <strong>international</strong> NGO or working locally to create<br />

community services and opportunities that improve people’s quality of life, this program helps to<br />

launch your career. To work with groups experiencing marginalization, build critical thinking skills<br />

in matters such as social change, anti-oppressive practice, sustainable development, community<br />

engagement, community asset-mapping, fundraising and resource mobilization, collaborative<br />

leadership, and project management. Expert guest speakers, field trips, and collaborative projects<br />

with local and <strong>international</strong> NGOs and other professionals are all program components. You also<br />

participate in two field placements with organizations engaged in community development work.<br />

Note: This program is taught using a combination of modalities. Courses may be taught face-to-face, online, or in blended/hybrid<br />

combination of both online and traditional classroom teaching.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Community engagement worker / Volunteer coordinator / Youth development coordinator<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• English Grade 12 C or U, or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply prior to field<br />

placement. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1230<br />

communitystudies@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5303<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

Developmental Services Worker 1207<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

COMMUNITY AND<br />

HEALTH STUDIES<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Ashtonbee<br />

With training from this program — which reflects best field practices, provides relevant knowledge,<br />

and addresses current issues — become prepared to be a leader in various roles. Your strong<br />

foundation in understanding intellectual disabilities results from a curriculum guided by years of<br />

field study and work, and by personal relationships with people with intellectual disabilities. Through<br />

in-class; hands-on practice (projects, seminars, community observations, Internet searches,<br />

teamwork, and electronic communication); and two field placements, the program covers a wide<br />

range of topics. Among them are: life experiences of those with intellectual disabilities, the nature<br />

of intellectual disabilities, effecting positive change, and personal support requirements<br />

and techniques.<br />

Note: This program is taught using a combination of modalities. Courses may be taught face-to-face, online, or in blended/hybrid<br />

combination of both online and traditional classroom teaching.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Educational assistant / Support worker / Job coach<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• English Grade 12 C or U, or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply prior to field<br />

placement. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1207<br />

communitystudies@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5303<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

Laura Arndt, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Developmental Services Worker<br />

“I had professors who were really invested in me, with a<br />

great understanding when it came to the work I was doing<br />

and very strong values and approaches to the way I did<br />

my work.”<br />

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Community and Child Services<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs


Early Childhood Education 1201 1221<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (Ashtonbee) (Progress)<br />

2 years/<br />

4 semesters<br />

Fall (1201);<br />

Fall, Winter<br />

(1221)<br />

Ontario College<br />

Diploma<br />

Ashtonbee (1201),<br />

Progress (1221)<br />

Current job market information shows that over the next 10 years, employment growth in early<br />

childhood education (ECE) is projected to be above the average for all occupations. Join this growing<br />

field by learning to provide high standards of care to children and their families. You learn this through<br />

observing individual and group needs of infants, toddlers, pre-school, and school-aged children;<br />

and by creating well-planned, stimulating, and responsive programs. Rich classroom experiences<br />

include various opportunities to understand the curriculum. In two ECE centres used as lab schools,<br />

you observe and practice in a childcare setting. You also participate in experiential learning through<br />

three community field placements. Our program prepares you to enter the industry ready to lead and<br />

to succeed.<br />

Note: This program is taught using a combination of modalities. Courses may be taught face-to-face, online, or in blended/hybrid<br />

combination of both online and traditional classroom teaching.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Early childhood educator / Registered early childhood educator /<br />

Designated early childhood educator<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• English Grade 12 C or U, or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply prior to field<br />

placement. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1201<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1221<br />

communitystudies@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5303<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

Recreation and Leisure Services 1202<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Progress<br />

Whether you are interested in becoming a program officer or a consultant, your recreation and<br />

leisure services career will improve people’s quality of life by developing healthy communities. This<br />

program is designed to meet the field’s demands — while equipping you with a skill set that includes<br />

leadership abilities. It teaches you to conduct needs assessments, create risk management plans,<br />

develop business plans and grant proposals, and plan and implement recreation programs for all<br />

ages and abilities. By completing 800 supervised field placement hours and integrating curriculum<br />

into real-life situations, you further develop critical practical skills. The opportunity to participate<br />

in supplemental training sessions (sensory training and High Five’s Principles of Healthy Child<br />

Development and Quest 2) is available.<br />

Note: This program is taught using a combination of modalities. Courses may be taught face-to-face, online, or in blended/hybrid<br />

combination of both online and traditional classroom teaching.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Recreation, sports or camp program leader / Recreation and sport policy consultant /<br />

Recreation, sports, or fitness service director<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• English Grade 12 C or U, or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply prior to field<br />

placement. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1202<br />

communitystudies@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5303<br />

COMMUNITY AND<br />

HEALTH STUDIES<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

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COMMUNITY AND<br />

HEALTH STUDIES<br />

LAW AND COURT SERVICES


Police Foundations 1250<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Diploma Progress<br />

Some of Ontario’s largest municipal police services are in the Greater Toronto Area. In Police<br />

Foundations, you not only gain knowledge for opportunities in policing but also for public and private<br />

sector security and investigation-related occupations. A uniform program, it mirrors the paramilitary<br />

policing environment, which helps to develop discipline and deportment. The program includes<br />

courses based on real-life experiences and case studies. Curriculum incorporates a fundamental<br />

perspective on life, covering topics such as current laws, investigative techniques, conflict resolution<br />

techniques, criminal proceedings, and community policing principles. You graduate entirely ready to<br />

be a leader in any organization.<br />

Notes: While attending the program, you will be required to:<br />

1. Wear a uniform, similar to ones commonly worn by both public and private police organizations, in the prescribed manner,<br />

and assume the costs for your uniform.<br />

2. Maintain certain appearance standards as imposed by local police services on new recruits for hiring and entry-level<br />

positions, which includes neatness in wearing the uniform, allowable standards of hairstyle, and limited use of jewelry<br />

and accessories.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Police officer / Customs and excise officer / Corrections officer<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• English Grade 12 C or U, or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Notes:<br />

1. Additional requirements will apply prior to field placement.<br />

Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

2. Some Police Foundations program experiences may require<br />

a criminal reference check. Certain criminal convictions<br />

may disallow participation in these experiences and will<br />

require the completion of an alternative assignment.<br />

Direct any questions regarding criminal reference<br />

checks or uniforms to the program coordinator by calling<br />

416-289-5303.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1250<br />

communitystudies@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5303<br />

COMMUNITY AND<br />

HEALTH STUDIES<br />

Mahmoud Gholamali, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Police Foundations<br />

“As a former student in the Police Foundations Program at Centennial College, and<br />

a recent graduate of Ontario Police College, the skills and life lessons that I acquired<br />

while in this program enabled me to succeed in my policing career.<br />

From the guidance of professors that have a background in policing, to the handson<br />

courses taught that parallel the law enforcement field and to the lessons learnt<br />

in discipline, dress and deportment, any student would be motivated to learn under<br />

these professionals and to strive for a future in law enforcement.”<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

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HEALTH AND WELLNESS<br />

COMMUNITY AND<br />

HEALTH STUDIES<br />

Health and Wellness<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs


Esthetician 9153<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Morningside<br />

In the coming years, new job openings for estheticians and those in similar occupations are expected<br />

to arise from expansion demand and replacement demand. To successfully enter this sector, learn<br />

about spa applications, medical esthetics, and business operations. This is the only undertaking of<br />

its sort in Toronto to include both clinic and placement components, which means you gain hands-on<br />

skills in a faculty-supervised student clinic and during an industry placement. Program time covers a<br />

combination of anatomy, physiology, pathology, histology and chemistry, infection control, practical<br />

applications, product knowledge, sales techniques, and business practices. The program’s<br />

well-rounded approach leaves you confident to lead and to get ahead.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Esthetician / Medical esthetician / Product representative<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English C or U, or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply prior to field<br />

placement. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/9153<br />

healthstudies@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5303<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

COMMUNITY AND<br />

HEALTH STUDIES<br />

Joanna Sikorska, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Esthetician<br />

“This was the best decision of my life. During my two years in this program, I learned<br />

very important information about skin and the body, and I had professional practice<br />

classes in College labs.<br />

All classes in this program were very interesting, and I enjoyed every day in this<br />

school. All the teachers in this school are highly qualified. After my graduation from<br />

Centennial College, I had three job offers, and I didn’t have a problem finding work<br />

because I was well prepared by my teachers. I will recommend Centennial College to<br />

every person who wants to learn esthetics.”<br />

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Health Studies and Communications 9310<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

1 year/2 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Certificate Morningside<br />

When combined with further education, this program prepares you to enter a health care<br />

profession with the ability to effectively communicate. Designed as a pathway, Health Studies and<br />

Communications is for you if you want to enter a college-level health program that leads to a career<br />

in which English fluency (reading, writing, listening, and speaking) is a professional requirement for<br />

safe practice. You refine your English language skills, learn health terminology used within Canadian<br />

health care, and grasp key health concepts. The program enables you to confidently continue into the<br />

School of Community and Health Studies professional health program of your choice, if you meet all<br />

requirements for admission.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Nurse* / Pharmacy technician* / Practical nurse (for <strong>international</strong>ly-educated nurses)*<br />

*With additional education<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature applicant status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required)<br />

• Grade 11 Biology (C or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C, M, or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required)<br />

• One from the following sciences: Chemistry<br />

or Physics Grade 11 (C or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C, M, or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required)<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Notes: Applicants cannot apply directly to this program.<br />

This program is an “Alternate Offer” for applicants who<br />

apply to, but do not meet admission requirements for,<br />

Centennial College post-secondary health programs<br />

(such as Practical Nursing).<br />

COMMUNITY AND<br />

HEALTH STUDIES<br />

centennialcollege.ca/9310<br />

healthstudies@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5303<br />

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Healthcare Environmental Services Management 9158<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Morningside<br />

In today’s medical environments, an increased need for infection control measures, outbreak or<br />

pandemic planning, isolation cleaning levels, emergency preparedness, and timely response requires<br />

specially-trained professionals. Be that person with training from this program, which includes labs<br />

and two field placements. Courses teach you to develop, implement, and monitor operating systems<br />

and preventative maintenance in the housekeeping, laundry, maintenance, and transportation areas<br />

of a health care facility’s environmental department. You also learn current information about new<br />

superbug-fighting technology, going “green” concepts, and complying with federal, provincial and<br />

other related standards. As a graduate, gain membership in the Ontario Healthcare Housekeepers<br />

Association and Canadian Association of Environmental Management. The holistic training prepares<br />

you for career — and life — success.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Health care environmental service manager / Health care facilities and building<br />

operations manager / Housekeeping or laundry supervisor<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature status (19 years or<br />

older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College Math<br />

Skills Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply prior to field<br />

placement. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/9158<br />

healthstudies@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5303<br />

COMMUNITY AND<br />

HEALTH STUDIES<br />

Chantel Quintyn<br />

Healthcare Environmental Services Management<br />

“Through the Healthcare Environmental Services Management program, I was able<br />

to learn my strengths and build on my weaknesses. The program gave me valuable<br />

skills through placement and knowledge about environmental services that has<br />

made me a successful supervisor now. I was very fortunate to get into the field<br />

right after graduating and have been able to apply all that I’ve learned in my<br />

current position.”<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

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Massage Therapy 5110<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall Ontario College Advanced Diploma Morningside<br />

This program, which uses an evidence-based approach to assessment and treatment planning and<br />

implementation, prepares you for the expanding field. Balancing theory and practice, the curriculum<br />

includes labs, an onsite public clinic, and an offsite outreach placement experience. In these<br />

environments, learn proper assessment tools and techniques to deal with conditions involving lymph,<br />

muscle, nerve, fascia, and joints as well as maintaining physical health, function, and mobility. After<br />

graduation, you become eligible to write the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario-administered<br />

registration exams to obtain the Registered Massage Therapist designation. Because of the<br />

program’s holistic manner, you go further faster.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Registered massage therapist / Primary health care provider / Self-employed practitioner<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Biology or Grade 12 (C or U), or<br />

equivalent (minimum grade required)<br />

• Grade 11 or 12 one additional Science<br />

(Physics, Chemistry, or Exercise Science), or<br />

equivalent (minimum grade required)<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply prior to field<br />

placement. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/5110<br />

healthstudies@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5303<br />

COMMUNITY AND<br />

HEALTH STUDIES<br />

Massage Therapy (Compressed Delivery) 5115<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/6 semesters Winter Ontario College Advanced Diploma Morningside<br />

In a compressed delivery format, gain fundamental and advanced skills to become a massage<br />

therapist with the ability to work — and lead — in various settings. This program, which uses an<br />

evidence-based approach to assessment and treatment planning and implementation, prepares you<br />

to enter the industry. Balancing theory and practice, the curriculum includes labs, an onsite public<br />

clinic, and offsite outreach placement experience. In these settings, learn proper assessment tools<br />

and techniques to deal with conditions involving lymph, muscle, nerve, fascia, and joints as well as<br />

maintaining physical health, function, and mobility. After graduation, you become eligible to write the<br />

College of Massage Therapists of Ontario-administered registration exams to obtain the Registered<br />

Massage Therapist designation.<br />

Note: The official Ministry name for this program is Massage Therapy.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Registered massage therapist / Sport registered massage therapist /<br />

Rehabilitation registered massage therapist<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Biology or Grade 12 (C or U), or<br />

equivalent (minimum grade required)<br />

• Grade 11 or Grade 12 (C, M, or U) one<br />

additional Science (Physics, Chemistry, or<br />

Exercise Science), or equivalent (minimum<br />

grade required)<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply prior to field<br />

placement. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/5115<br />

healthstudies@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5303<br />

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Nutrition and Food Service Management 1607<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Diploma Morningside<br />

Apply nutritional care principles to promote health and effectively manage a food service department<br />

as a nutrition and food service professional. The longest established two-year program of its kind<br />

in the Greater Toronto Area, award-winning Nutrition and Food Service Management prepares<br />

you to take advantage of various opportunities. This accredited program focuses on current best<br />

practices in financial management, food service operations, clinical nutrition, and human resource<br />

management. Balancing theory and practice, the curriculum includes computer software instruction,<br />

use of state-of-the-art culinary labs, interprofessional collaboration, and a six-week supervised field<br />

placement in health care. Upon graduation, you become eligible for membership with the Canadian<br />

Society of Nutrition Management. Becoming a leader in this field is possible with training from<br />

our program.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

Accreditation<br />

The Canadian Society of Nutrition Management (CSNM) accreditation body has awarded<br />

Centennial College’s Nutrition and Food Service Management program the highest accreditation<br />

status for a five-year term (October 16, 2020 to September 15, 2025). For more information about<br />

this accreditation and student eligibility, please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site.<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College Math<br />

Skills Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply prior to field<br />

placement. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1607<br />

healthstudies@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5303<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Food and nutrition manager / Food service supervisor / Meal program coordinator<br />

COMMUNITY AND<br />

HEALTH STUDIES<br />

Manjot Kaur,<br />

Nutrition and Food Services Management<br />

“At Centennial you will get a chance to be around a lot of different people. It gives<br />

you exposure to a multicultural world which might help you in the future while<br />

working with different people.”<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

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Personal Support Worker 9111<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

1 year/2 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Certificate Morningside<br />

With training reflecting the field’s latest practices and policies, this program prepares you to work<br />

— and lead — in diverse settings, including hospitals and retirement homes. The knowledge and<br />

skills you gain result in an ability to provide compassionate care so individuals with broad-spectrum<br />

conditions and health care needs can lead active and fulfilling lives. An interactive approach<br />

coupled with practical experience in clinical (instructor-led) and community (preceptor-led) settings,<br />

where you spend 14 weeks, assist in teaching you to effectively communicate and collaborate with<br />

interprofessional health care team members. This offering can also open doors through our Bridging<br />

for Personal Support Worker to Practical Nursing program.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Personal support worker / Home support worker / Personal care attendant<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply prior to field<br />

placement. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/9111<br />

healthstudies@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5303<br />

COMMUNITY AND<br />

HEALTH STUDIES<br />

Renzo Baniqued, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Personal Support Worker<br />

“The best part of this program was the clinical experience. The faculty here in the<br />

Personal Support Worker program ensured that we entered our placements with not<br />

only knowledge but also pure confidence and faith within our own selves. This clinical<br />

experience tested each student in multiple areas, such as time management, health<br />

assessment, documenting, critical thinking, and communication skills. I highly<br />

recommend the Personal Support Worker program to any students wanting to<br />

experience what it means to be a personal support worker or wanting to understand<br />

if the health care field is for them.”<br />

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Pharmacy Technician 5850<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Diploma Morningside<br />

As Canada’s population ages, health care professionals — including pharmacy technicians — will be<br />

in high demand. This program, which offers a dynamic curriculum based on the National Association<br />

of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities (NAPRA) competencies, helps you to gain the scope of required<br />

skills. In a learner-centred environment, become adept in receiving, ordering, and managing<br />

inventory; preparing, dispensing, and compounding medications; interacting with patients and<br />

health care providers; and assisting in the provision of pharmaceutical care and pharmacy services.<br />

Benefit from classroom and hands-on practice in onsite labs that include community dispensing,<br />

institution/long-term care, and sterile preparations. Three work experience placements round out the<br />

program — and fully prepare you to go further faster.<br />

Notes:<br />

1. To practice as a pharmacy technician in Ontario, you will be required to complete the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada<br />

exam and to register with the Ontario College of Pharmacists according to its licensing requirements.<br />

2. As per Canadian Council for Accreditation of Pharmacy Programs (CCAPP) requirements, students must complete the<br />

Pharmacy Technician Program within 4 years of admission (Criterion 3.4 Graduates complete the Program within 4 years<br />

of admission).<br />

Accreditation<br />

The Canadian Council for Accreditation of Pharmacy Programs has awarded the Pharmacy Technician<br />

program accreditation status for a five-year term (January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2023).<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Community pharmacy technician / Institutional pharmacy technician /<br />

Long-term care pharmacy technician<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older).<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U) or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required)<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take the College GAS Math<br />

Skills Assessment for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Senior Biology (C or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required)<br />

• Grade 11 Senior Chemistry (C or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required)<br />

• English language proficiency. You must<br />

demonstrate language proficiency by<br />

meeting one of the following requirements:<br />

» Language proficiency test results that<br />

meet the NAPRA Language Proficiency<br />

Requirements for Licensure as a<br />

Pharmacy Technician in Canada; or<br />

» Graduation from a high school in Canada<br />

with three consecutive, first language<br />

English courses/credits; or<br />

» An undergraduate degree from a college<br />

or university in Canada, where<br />

instruction was provided in English<br />

Notes:<br />

1. Science and English assessments will not be accepted<br />

in place of the science and English requirement.<br />

2. Additional requirements will apply prior to field<br />

placement. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site<br />

for details.<br />

COMMUNITY AND<br />

HEALTH STUDIES<br />

centennialcollege.ca/5850<br />

healthstudies@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5303<br />

Vincent Le, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Pharmacy Technician<br />

“Centennial has faculty members coming from different<br />

elements of the profession — some even work in a<br />

community setting and deal more with patient interactions.<br />

In the Pharmacy program, you have to be well rounded.<br />

You can’t focus on just one aspect of the profession, as<br />

you must be able to deal with various situations and<br />

practices within your scope of practice.”<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

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GRADUATE CERTIFICATE<br />

If you have prior post-secondary education in a related field, you may be eligible to apply for our<br />

specialized Graduate Certificate program to enhance your career opportunities.<br />

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM<br />

Program Name<br />

Workplace Wellness and Health Promotion<br />

Program URL<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1213<br />

COMMUNITY AND<br />

HEALTH STUDIES<br />

Marika Gumienny-Matsuo, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Workplace Wellness and Health Promotion<br />

“This program truly changed the course of where I thought<br />

I was going to go,” says Marika of the graduate certificate<br />

offering. “It showed me how many different options there<br />

are to accessing the health field. The Workplace Wellness<br />

and Health Promotion program was like nothing I have<br />

ever experienced from an educational standpoint.”<br />

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ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

As innovation propels all aspects of society forward, professionals in<br />

engineering and applied science-related careers are leading the charge. By<br />

using cutting-edge technologies and groundbreaking approaches, these experts<br />

are involved in building sustainable and renewable energy sources; keeping<br />

people connected through information technology; confronting biological,<br />

environmental, and food-related issues; or building and maintaining advanced<br />

manufacturing and systems automation. With training from our project-focused<br />

programs in these areas, confidently enter a dynamic market with global reach.<br />

WATCH TECHNOLOGY FAIR VIDEO<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE


ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING<br />

AND SYSTEMS AUTOMATION


Aerospace Manufacturing Engineering Technician 3721<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Diploma Downsview<br />

More than half of Canada’s top aerospace firms are located in Ontario. Combine that with a<br />

solid understanding of aerospace advanced manufacturing, aerospace systems, and unmanned<br />

aerial vehicle technology for a satisfying career. By working directly with various materials and<br />

manufacturing processes — including composite manufacturing, CAD drafting, and CAM/CNC<br />

machining operations — learn about the functional areas of aerospace and mechanical engineering<br />

as well as avionics-oriented topics. The program prepares you to be effective in multidisciplinary<br />

teamwork, problem solving, leadership, and understanding the planning and implementation of<br />

aerospace manufacturing systems. Graduate with the well-roundness to launch and then advance<br />

your career.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Aircraft or mechanical fabricator and assembler / CNC programmer /<br />

Inspection technician<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade English 12 (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade Mathematics 11 (M or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College Math<br />

Skills Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3721<br />

amat@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2356<br />

Aerospace Manufacturing Engineering Technology 3722<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Advanced Diploma Downsview<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

Job market information calls the creation of the Downsview Aerospace Innovation and Research<br />

hub a significant step in advancing local workforce development and the industry’s global<br />

competitiveness. Place yourself at the centre of this sector at our Bombardier Centre for Aerospace<br />

and Aviation. Here, you gain a strong understanding of aerospace advanced manufacturing,<br />

aerospace systems, and unmanned aerial vehicle technology. Through an immersive learning<br />

experience and avionics-oriented curriculum, become familiar with the functional areas of aerospace<br />

and mechanical engineering, quality control, materials testing, and engineering software. You<br />

also work directly with various materials and manufacturing processes, including composite<br />

manufacturing and computer numerical control machining operations. The leadership skills you<br />

graduate with take you further faster.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Aerospace operations manager / CAD drafter or designer / Manufacturing<br />

engineering planner<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College Math<br />

Skills Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3722<br />

amat@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2356<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

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Automation and Robotics – Electro-Mechanical<br />

Engineering Technician<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Diploma Progress<br />

4105<br />

Turn your interest in making things run better, faster, and easier into a career in automated systems,<br />

which are at the heart of virtually all advanced manufacturing sectors across various industries. This<br />

program’s courses — some of which may be offered in an online/hybrid format — are comprehensive.<br />

They emphasize basic technology used in building and operating automated industrial systems.<br />

This includes programmable logic controllers, hydraulics, pneumatics, electronics, and robotics. In<br />

addition to theory, benefit from practical, hands-on laboratory experience that complements your<br />

training and prepares you for career advancement.<br />

Notes:<br />

1. Graduate as a Technician after two years or continue for additional study and co-op work experience in the three-year<br />

Automation and Robotics Technology program. If you wish to transfer to the Technology option and obtain an advanced<br />

diploma, you must complete MATH-231 (Differential Calculus with Analytic Geometry) and MATH-232 (Integral Calculus) prior<br />

to Semester 5.<br />

2. The official Ministry name for this program is Electromechanical Engineering Technician.<br />

Accreditation<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology<br />

and applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from<br />

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC).<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/4105<br />

amat@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2356<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Robotics technician / Electro-mechanical assembler / Fluid power technician<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

Automation and Robotics – Electro-Mechanical<br />

Engineering Technology<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Advanced Diploma Downsview<br />

4106<br />

Automation and robotics are increasingly replacing manual labour. Play a key role in the field with<br />

the in-depth knowledge, practical skills, and leadership abilities you gain from this program. Your<br />

training includes theory and hands-on lab experience, with a focus on embedded systems using<br />

microcontrollers, quality control using vision inspection and special process control, and continuous<br />

feedback control using proportional–integral–derivative. Your comprehensive courses — some of<br />

which may be offered in an online/hybrid format — also cover integration of automated equipment<br />

through its design, fabrication, and installation.<br />

Note: The official Ministry name for this program is Electromechanical Engineering Technology.<br />

Accreditation<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology<br />

and applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from<br />

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC).<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Controls and automation technologist / Robotics programmer / Machine installer<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/4106<br />

amat@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2356<br />

96<br />

Advanced Manufacturing and Systems Automation<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs


Biomedical Engineering Technology 3407<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Advanced Diploma Progress<br />

Technology is constantly being applied to a wider range of goods, services, and processes, so<br />

the need for qualified professionals for the biomedical equipment industry continues to grow. In<br />

your career, contribute to the field that has produced life-changing items such as artificial organs,<br />

prostheses, and medical instruments. Providing an optimum balance between theory and handson<br />

labs, this program covers the design principles of medical equipment, rehabilitation, and<br />

health improvement devices. Among these principles are electronics, microcontrollers, computers,<br />

engineering, chemistry, biology, and medicine. The technical problem-solving skills you gain —<br />

coupled with leadership capabilities — make you more employable in the sector.<br />

Accreditation<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology<br />

and applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from<br />

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC).<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Bioengineer / Biomedical engineer / Biomedical technologist<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3407<br />

abes@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 3556<br />

Electrical Engineering Technician 3822<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Diploma Progress<br />

With the manufacturing sector becoming more specialized, the construction industry flourishing, and<br />

retirement rates increasing, professionals with electrical and electronic theory and practice will be<br />

in high demand. Through your courses — some of which may be offered in an online/hybrid format<br />

— become exposed to a defined range of electrical functions. Among these are installation, testing,<br />

maintaining, repairing, analyzing, and troubleshooting specific kinds of electrical circuits, equipment,<br />

and systems. With a curriculum that includes hands-on practice, your experience provides you with<br />

the confidence to apply for entry-level positions in the electrical industry and related areas. It also<br />

prepares you to go further faster.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

Accreditation<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology<br />

and applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from<br />

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC).<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 12 Mathematics (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take a<br />

Centennial College Engineering Math Skills<br />

Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3822<br />

amat@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2356<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Electrician instrumentation technician / Electrical draftsperson / Maintenance electrician<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

Advanced Manufacturing and Systems Automation 97


Electrical Engineering Technology 3823<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Advanced Diploma Progress<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

From the construction industry and transit expansion projects to repair and maintenance work<br />

on existing electrical grids, as an electrical engineering technologist you have career options in<br />

many sectors. This well-rounded program teaches you to design, adapt, analyze, troubleshoot,<br />

commission, and install electrical systems as applied to electrical engineering. In your classes —<br />

some of which may be offered in an online/hybrid format — and labs, put theory into practice through<br />

real-life applications and simulated workplace assignments. The range of functions you complete<br />

as an electrical engineering technologist reflect safety and compliance with relevant codes and<br />

standard practices.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

Accreditation<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology<br />

and applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from<br />

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC).<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 12 Mathematics (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take a<br />

Centennial College Engineering Math Skills<br />

Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3823<br />

amat@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2356<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Electrical controls technologist / Electrical instrumentation technician /<br />

Distribution system technologist<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

Rehanna Bachan, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Electrician: Construction and Maintenance –<br />

Electrical Engineering Technician<br />

“Centennial College gave me the opportunity to successfully<br />

begin my path towards becoming a licensed electrician.”<br />

98<br />

Advanced Manufacturing and Systems Automation<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs


Electronics Engineering Technician 3205<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Diploma Progress<br />

The latest job market information reveals a labour shortage of electronics engineering technicians<br />

over the next 10 years — and you can launch your career in just two. Get your start in the industry with<br />

an optimum balance between hands-on experience and theory in this program, which covers areas<br />

such as wireless communications, data communications, microcontrollers, and industrial systems.<br />

To ensure you have a solid foundation in modern electronics, work with computers, communication<br />

transceivers, and electronics testing and measurement equipment. Graduate feeling prepared for<br />

career success with your well-rounded educational experience.<br />

Notes:<br />

1. If you complete the program with a minimum 2.0 GPA, you may gain further training by transferring into Semester 5 of the<br />

program’s Technologist version.<br />

2. If you complete 80 per cent of the Year 1 course load and have a 3.5 GPA or above, you can enrol in Samsung Pathway. As<br />

part of this program, you will take preparatory course modules to write the TSSA GAS Technician 3 certification exam. Upon<br />

completion of the entire program, you will receive a Recognition of Achievement – Samsung Pathway in addition to your<br />

diploma (program #3220).<br />

Accreditation<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology<br />

and applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from<br />

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC).<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3205<br />

sdre@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 3556<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Telecommunications officer / Computer applications developer / Radio and television<br />

equipment operator<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

Advanced Manufacturing and Systems Automation 99


Electronics Engineering Technology 3206<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Advanced Diploma Progress<br />

Take your curiosity about the inner workings of your tablet and smartphone, and turn it into a career<br />

in electronics engineering technology. By balancing theory and hands-on experience, our courses<br />

offer knowledge and skills that reflect the latest industry developments. Your preparation includes<br />

exploring modern electronics, wireless communications, data communications, microcontrollers,<br />

and industrial systems. You also work with computers, communication transceivers, and electronics<br />

testing and measurement equipment. The program’s Technology aspect represents a third year of<br />

study, but if your educational goals change, you may opt to graduate as a Technician after only two<br />

years. No matter the route you choose, your education prepares you to go further faster.<br />

Accreditation<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology<br />

and applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from<br />

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC).<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Audio-visual equipment operator / Computer applications developer /<br />

Telecommunications officer<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment for<br />

Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3206<br />

sdre@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 3556<br />

Mechanical Engineering Technician – Design 3701<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Diploma Progress<br />

Manufacturing attracts significant investments, which means there is a continued demand for<br />

mechanical engineering technicians. Start your career in this field in just two years. Our program<br />

combines strong conceptual thinking with a practical knowledge of machines and how they work,<br />

as you learn engineering theory and develop computer-assisted drafting and computer-assisted<br />

manufacturing skills. Courses, some of which may be offered in an online/hybrid format, use a<br />

project-based approach. By working in small groups, you also learn to plan, schedule, create, design,<br />

and build as part of a team — while simultaneously developing your leadership capabilities.<br />

Note: You have the choice of continuing into a third-year Technology option and specializing in modern manufacturing and<br />

production processes.<br />

Accreditation<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology<br />

and applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from<br />

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC).<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Junior engineer / Lab technician / Quality controller<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3701<br />

amat@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2356<br />

100<br />

Advanced Manufacturing and Systems Automation<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs


Mechanical Engineering Technology – Design 3703<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Advanced Diploma Progress<br />

Today’s increasingly multifaceted and complex industries need professionals who can design<br />

and develop various mechanical devices and equipment. Become that expert with Mechanical<br />

Engineering Technology – Design courses — some of which may be offered in an online/hybrid format.<br />

The program combines engineering theory and practice, focusing on the design and development<br />

of mechanical devices and equipment. This allows you to gain a thorough grounding in engineering<br />

sciences and skills, including computer-assisted drafting and manufacturing, as used in the industry.<br />

A project-based approach simulates workplace assignments, relating classroom theory to designing,<br />

manufacturing, and testing processes. You are introduced to finite element analysis using ANSYS<br />

software. The well-rounded experience leaves you prepared to confidently become a leader in your<br />

field.<br />

Accreditation<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology<br />

and applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from<br />

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC).<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

CAD operator / Mechanical tester / Product designer and developer<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3703<br />

amat@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2356<br />

Mechanical Engineering Technology – Industrial 3704<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Advanced Diploma Progress<br />

If you enjoy hands-on work and have a mechanical aptitude, an industrial mechanical engineering<br />

technology career combines your interests as you manufacture and produce mechanical equipment<br />

and products. In this program, gain basic engineering and science skills while also becoming familiar<br />

with specialized subjects relating to modern manufacturing and production processes. Courses —<br />

some of which may be offered in an online/hybrid format — also focus on computer-aided design and<br />

computer-aided manufacturing using industry standard software. Through projects that simulate<br />

real-world workplace assignments, design, build, and test an original piece of equipment. Leave the<br />

program prepared to go further faster.<br />

Accreditation<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology<br />

and applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from<br />

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC).<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Manufacturing supervisor / Mechanical tester / Quality controller<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment for<br />

Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3704<br />

amat@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2356<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

Advanced Manufacturing and Systems Automation 101


ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

BIOLOGICAL, ENVIRONMENTAL<br />

AND FOOD SCIENCES


Biotechnology 3601<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Morningside<br />

Biotechnology is an exciting sector where breakthroughs in technology are based on biology.<br />

Numerous in-demand career opportunities exist in this field within the pharmaceutical, food, and<br />

cosmetics industries. Be prepared to become a laboratory technician after gaining practical skills<br />

in microbiology, chemistry (analytical), organic chemistry, and biochemistry — while also learning<br />

laboratory techniques and safety procedures. Additionally, you learn to isolate, enumerate and<br />

identify microorganisms from various samples, prepare specimens for staining, aseptically handle<br />

materials, and much more. The program’s project-based approach includes independently-designed<br />

microbiology projects to enhance your problem-solving and research skills. When you graduate, use<br />

this well-rounded knowledge and skill set to go further faster.<br />

Accreditation<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology<br />

and applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from<br />

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC).<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Quality assurance technician / Microbiology lab technician / Microbiology laboratory analyst<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3601<br />

abes@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 8123<br />

Biotechnology – Advanced 3602<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall Ontario College Advanced Diploma Morningside<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

If you are science-minded, fascinated with technology, and enjoy problem solving, Biotechnology<br />

turns these qualities into a career in industrial microbiology and chemistry. In addition to specialized<br />

biotechnology applications, biochemistry, microbial genetics, and clinical and environmental<br />

microbiology study, project work enhances your research skills, laboratory techniques, report writing,<br />

and presentations. Also learn to isolate, enumerate and identify microorganisms from samples,<br />

accurately calibrate and use a range of instruments, prepare microbiological media and reagents to<br />

culture pathogenic microbes, and more. Our holistic approach ensures you are comfortable as part of<br />

a team and in leadership roles.<br />

Accreditation<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology<br />

and applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from<br />

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC).<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Quality control technologist / Production and research scientist / Laboratory technologist<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older).<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission.<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment for<br />

Admission.<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3602<br />

abes@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 8123<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

Biological, Environmental and Food Sciences<br />

103


Food Science Technology 3620<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall Ontario College Advanced Diploma Morningside<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

With job market information showing an increased demand for technical expertise in food science<br />

technology across various industries, our program prepares you with the latest information and<br />

skills for success. During your interactive courses, learn to integrate and apply knowledge from<br />

microbiology, chemistry, engineering, biology, and nutrition. Use this knowledge to preserve, process,<br />

package, and distribute foods that are healthy, affordable, desirable, and safe to eat. The resulting<br />

skill set opens the doors to food science careers in areas including quality control/assurance,<br />

laboratory analysis, product development, and food safety. The well-rounded preparation also<br />

ensures you are confident in leadership roles that take can advance your career.<br />

Accreditation<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology<br />

and applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from<br />

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC).<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Quality assurance technician / Product development technician / Food microbiologist<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3620<br />

abes@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 8123<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

Kateryna Sihuta, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Biotechnology Advanced<br />

“The program is fascinating and I have obtained a lot of<br />

up-to-date knowledge, including practical skills.”<br />

104 Biological, Environmental and Food Sciences<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs


INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY,<br />

NETWORKING AND<br />

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE


Artificial Intelligence –<br />

Software Engineering Technology<br />

3402 3462<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

3 years/<br />

6 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter<br />

(3402);<br />

Fall, Winter,<br />

Summer (3462)<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

Ontario College<br />

Advanced Diploma<br />

Progress (3402),<br />

Online (3462)<br />

From self-driving cars to detecting unusual debit card usage, artificial intelligence (AI) is being applied<br />

to many sectors. Work on the next generation of applications with training from this program. Because<br />

the program is aligned with the latest trends in the software engineering industry, learn about<br />

augmented analytics, AI-driven development, and autonomous things. Courses emphasize modern<br />

software design and AI frameworks, machine learning, data visualization, big data fundamentals,<br />

natural language processing, recommender systems, and digital ethics and privacy guidelines.<br />

Through two software development projects, develop real-world business applications and complete<br />

your holistic training prepared to be a leader in your field.<br />

Notes:<br />

1. To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

2. The official Ministry name for this program is Software Engineering Technology – Artificial Intelligence.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

AI developer / Software engineer / Machine learning engineer<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• English Grade 12 C or U, or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Mathematics Grade 11 (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3402<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3462<br />

icet@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 3556<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

Bachelor of Information Technology (Computer<br />

and Communication Networks), Honours<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

4 years/ 9 semesters Fall Honours Bachelor Degree Progress<br />

0131<br />

The widespread use of more complex and constantly evolving computer technology is a key factor<br />

driving the current demand for information technology professionals. To meet Ontario’s critical need<br />

in this occupation, Centennial offers the province’s only Computer and Communication Networks<br />

Bachelor degree. Highly qualified professors, who hold industrial certifications and advanced<br />

academic credentials, deliver a unique blend of technology and business topics. A hands-on<br />

approach ensures an innovative balance between the practical and theoretical backgrounds<br />

employers are seeking, while equipping you with leadership abilities. You are also able to specialize<br />

in the design of wireless and security networking.<br />

Notes:<br />

1. The official Ministry name for this program is Honours Bachelor of Information Technology<br />

(Computer and Communication Networks).<br />

2. This college has been granted a consent by the Minister of Colleges and Universities to offer this applied degree for a sevenyear<br />

term, starting May 27, 2020. The college shall ensure that all students admitted to the above-named program during the<br />

period of consent will have the opportunity to complete the program within a reasonable time frame.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Technical account manager / Network or system administrator / Security analyst<br />

or specialist<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

High School Applicants<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)<br />

or equivalent<br />

• At least six Grade 12 M, or U, or OAC credits<br />

with an overall average of 65 per cent<br />

or higher<br />

Courses must include:<br />

• English Grade 12U (final grade 65 per cent<br />

or higher)<br />

• One Grade 12 mathematics from the<br />

following (final grade 60 per cent or higher)<br />

» Math Grade 12U Advanced Functions<br />

» Math Grade 12U Calculus and Vectors<br />

» Math Grade 12U Mathematics of Data<br />

Management or equivalent<br />

Mature Applicants<br />

• Be 21 years of age or older by December 31<br />

of the intake year<br />

• Provide transcripts showing<br />

» English Grade 12U, OAC, or equivalent<br />

» Mathematics Grade 12U, OAC,<br />

or equivalent<br />

• Complete academic history (transcripts or<br />

<strong>international</strong> comparative evaluation)<br />

• Resume detailing work experience<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/0131<br />

icet@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 3556<br />

106 Information Technology, Networking and Software Engineering<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs


Computer Repair and Maintenance 3218<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

1 year/2 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Certificate Progress<br />

Whether it is the microcomputer-based systems increasingly entering the marketplace or home<br />

computers, there is a need for professionals who can link their computer hardware expertise to a wide<br />

variety of needs. Computer Repair and Maintenance results in an ideal combination of technical,<br />

business, and leadership abilities to launch your career. The program’s courses take you through<br />

basic computer hardware theory, operating systems, and application programs to keep computers<br />

running efficiently. Technical hands-on training in installation, maintenance, and application of<br />

troubleshooting techniques is also included. For business experience, examine approaches for<br />

maintaining strong customer relations and providing effective technical support.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Technical support / Computer technician / Help desk technician<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3218<br />

icet@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 3556<br />

Game – Programming 3109 3609<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

3 years/<br />

6 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

Ontario College<br />

Advanced Diploma<br />

Progress (3109),<br />

Online (3609)<br />

With an Entertainment Software Association of Canada report showing more than 600 active game<br />

development studios in Canada — up 16 per cent from 2017 — it is time to turn your love of video<br />

games into a career. Learn to contribute to various game development phases, such as game design,<br />

3D graphics programming, simulation design, and multiplayer online game programming. Your<br />

courses cover everything from object-oriented software design methodologies and user-oriented<br />

interface design to programming languages, software testing, advanced graphics, game and<br />

simulation design, mobile app development, and more. The opportunity to work on two software<br />

development projects underscores the curriculum’s applied focus, and it rounds out your training to<br />

ensure you can advance your career.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

Accreditation<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology and<br />

applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from Canada’s<br />

Association of Information Technology (IT) Professionals (CIPS) and Technology Accreditation Canada<br />

(TAC).<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3109<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3609<br />

icet@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 3556<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Software developer / Game programmer / Software tester<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

Information Technology, Networking and Software Engineering<br />

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Health Informatics Technology 3508 3668<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

3 years/<br />

6 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

Ontario College<br />

Advanced Diploma<br />

Progress (3508),<br />

Online (3668)<br />

Design, develop, modify, and test the next generation of medical software products as a skilled<br />

health informatics professional with training from this program. Coursework includes object-oriented<br />

software design methodologies, user-oriented interface design, health care information system<br />

structures and privacy issues, telehealth, and data security. It also focuses on technologies such as<br />

programming languages, database management systems, <strong>web</strong> frameworks, data warehousing and<br />

data mining, and business intelligence tools. During two software development projects, put your<br />

newly acquired skills into action — and round out your training so you graduate as a professional<br />

prepared for career advancement.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

Accreditations<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology and<br />

applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from Canada’s<br />

Association of Information Technology (IT) Professionals (CIPS) and Technology Accreditation Canada<br />

(TAC).<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3508<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3668<br />

icet@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 3556<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Software developer / Health care information systems analyst / Database developer<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

Networking – Computer Systems Technician 3404<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Diploma Progress<br />

From larger computer systems and design services firms to hospitals, banks, and educational<br />

institutions, your computer systems technician skills can land you rewarding opportunities. Our<br />

program incorporates the latest in computer systems and network technology to reflect the<br />

ever-growing innovations of the digital revolution. Hands-on application is crucial for this field. In<br />

your courses, delve inside computer hardware to learn the intricacies of operating systems, explore<br />

computer systems and networks technology, study computer and network security, and assemble<br />

and maintain systems that will empower users in creative, business, and communication activities.<br />

Graduate with the confidence of a well-rounded professional.<br />

Note: The official Ministry name for this program is Computer Systems Technician – Networking.<br />

Accreditation<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology<br />

and applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from<br />

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC).<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Computer systems technician / Field service representative / Network technician<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3404<br />

icet@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 3556<br />

108 Information Technology, Networking and Software Engineering<br />

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Networking – Computer Systems Technology 3405<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Advanced Diploma Progress<br />

The knowledge and skills you gain from this program can open doors to a field that needs networking<br />

professionals in various sectors. With the program’s hands-on approach, you literally delve inside<br />

computer hardware. The practical delivery allows you to understand the intricacies of operating<br />

systems, explore current computer systems and network technology, and work with computer/server<br />

and network technologies. In labs, learn to administer and manage computer systems, converged<br />

and wireless networks, network security, and data centres/cloud. You also assemble and maintain<br />

systems that empower users in creative, business, and communication activities. When you<br />

graduate, you are prepared to get ahead in your career — and in life.<br />

Accreditation<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology<br />

and applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from<br />

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC).<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Network or system analyst / Security analyst / Wireless network administrator or technician<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3405<br />

icet@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 3556<br />

Software Engineering Technician 3408 3468<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

2 years/<br />

4 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

Ontario College<br />

Diploma<br />

Progress (3408),<br />

Online (3468)<br />

Cutting edge knowledge of designing, developing, and maintaining software coupled with leadership<br />

skills ensure you can confidently enter the in-demand technology market. Through a combination<br />

of theory and hands-on learning in immersive courses, become familiar with software engineering<br />

methodologies, programming languages such as Java and C#, design and algorithm concepts, data<br />

management tools, user-oriented interface design, networking fundamentals, and more. You also<br />

complete a software development project that requires you to build high-quality software.<br />

Notes:<br />

1. To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

2. The program is offered in a continuous mode, allowing you to complete it in 16 months. If you begin the program in a Fall term,<br />

you graduate in the following year’s Fall term. If you begin the program in a Winter term, you graduate in the following year’s<br />

Winter term.<br />

Accreditations<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology and<br />

applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from Canada’s<br />

Association of Information Technology (IT) Professionals (CIPS) and Technology Accreditation<br />

Canada (TAC).<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment for<br />

Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3408<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3468<br />

icet@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 3556<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Computer programmer / Software developer / Database administrator<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

Information Technology, Networking and Software Engineering<br />

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Software Engineering Technology 3409 3469<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

3 years/<br />

6 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

Ontario College<br />

Advanced Diploma<br />

Progress (3409),<br />

Online (3469)<br />

Designing, developing, and maintaining software systems opens doors to a sector society relies on<br />

to stay connected. Coverage of modern programming languages, design and algorithm concepts,<br />

data management tools, systems integration, enterprise programming, mobile computing, and<br />

software security makes up the program’s curriculum. You also become familiar with object-oriented<br />

software design methodologies, user-oriented interface design, software testing, mobile application<br />

development, cloud computing, data mining, and more. Two software development projects enhance<br />

your technical skills and round out your skill set so you can go further faster.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

Accreditations<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology and<br />

applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from Canada’s<br />

Association of Information Technology (IT) Professionals (CIPS) and Technology Accreditation<br />

Canada (TAC).<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Software developer / Mobile application developer / Systems analyst<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3409<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3469<br />

icet@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 3556<br />

Technology Foundations (ICET) 3002<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

1 year/2 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Certificate Progress<br />

Whether you are interested in biotechnology, electrical or software engineering technology, or other<br />

technological and applied science career areas, this program is your pathway to further education<br />

and career success. By helping you to develop a thorough understanding of personal, academic, and<br />

professional requirements through skills in communications, mathematics, technology, computers,<br />

and science, ICET supports you in meeting academic requirements for the School of Engineering<br />

Technology and Applied Science’s (SETAS) technical programs. Upon completion, and depending on<br />

the grade level you achieve, you may be exempt from certain courses in some Centennial diploma<br />

and advanced diploma programs.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Entrance into various diploma and advanced diploma SETAS programs<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature applicant status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Applicants to Centennial College post-secondary<br />

programs in the area of information and communication<br />

engineering technology (ICET) with scores of 140 or 141 on<br />

the Centennial College English Skills Assessment are advised<br />

to take this program first, as a pathway to their program of<br />

choice.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3002<br />

sdre@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 3556<br />

110 Information Technology, Networking and Software Engineering<br />

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SUSTAINABLE DESIGN<br />

AND RENEWABLE ENERGY<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE


Architectural Technician 3101 3606<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

2 years/<br />

4 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter<br />

(3101);<br />

Fall, Winter,<br />

Summer (3606)<br />

Ontario College<br />

Diploma<br />

Morningside<br />

(3101),<br />

Online (3606)<br />

Business and population growth spurs robust residential and non-residential developments — which<br />

require the expertise of architectural technicians. Your career starts with the Architectural Technician<br />

program’s interactive curriculum, which teaches you about building materials, construction methods,<br />

structural design, mechanical and electrical services, building codes, and zoning by-laws as well<br />

as leadership. The program has a strong emphasis on energy-efficient and sustainable design,<br />

construction strategies, and protecting the environment. To complete your training, you have the<br />

opportunity to use state-of-the-art computer technology and prepare designs and construction<br />

drawings for residential, industrial, commercial, and institutional buildings.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Architectural CAD operator / Architectural draftsperson / Municipal plans examiner<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3101<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3606<br />

sdre@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 8256<br />

Architectural Technology 3105 3607<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

3 years/<br />

6 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter<br />

(3105);<br />

Winter (3607)<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

Ontario College<br />

Advanced Diploma<br />

Morningside<br />

(3105),<br />

Online (3607)<br />

Your skills in energy-efficient and sustainable design, construction strategies, and protecting the<br />

environment will be valuable to new residential and commercial building developments as well as<br />

those needing to be restored. In this program, become familiar with building materials, construction<br />

methods, structural design, mechanical and electrical services, building codes and zoning by-laws,<br />

contracts, specifications, and the business environment for providing design and construction<br />

services. You also learn to use industry-standard computer technology, and prepare designs and<br />

construction drawings for residential, industrial, commercial, institutional, complex, and mixed-use<br />

buildings. Due to the program’s holistic approach, you graduate prepared to confidently advance your<br />

career as a leader.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Architectural technologist / Architectural CAD operator / Building inspector<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3105<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3607<br />

sdre@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 8256<br />

112 Sustainable Design and Renewable Energy<br />

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Energy Systems Engineering Technician 3755<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Diploma Progress<br />

A combination of technical, managerial, leadership, and entrepreneurial skills is highly sought after<br />

in modern energy and sustainable building companies. That is exactly what you gain through this<br />

program, which focuses on various energy resources and their uses in modern society. You have the<br />

opportunity to work on several energy systems, participate in applied research and development<br />

projects, and learn how society’s changing views on energy and on the environment are transforming<br />

utility and construction sectors. Your training also examines challenges and opportunities that arise<br />

with integrating and using modern sustainable energy technologies in a construction industry that is<br />

adopting a host of new green building initiatives.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Powerline technician / Geothermal energy technician / Security service technician<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3755<br />

sdre@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2356<br />

Energy Systems Engineering Technology 3756<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Advanced Diploma Progress<br />

With society’s changing views of energy and the environment transforming the utility and construction<br />

sectors, a recent report shows Canada’s renewable energy sector is growing. In this program, learn<br />

to understand energy and its uses in modern society. Through courses — which include handson<br />

practice that mimics real-world scenarios — become adept at integrating and using modern<br />

sustainable energy technologies in a manner consistent with our urban environments. You graduate<br />

with a unique blend of technical, managerial, leadership, and entrepreneurial skills that today’s<br />

energy and sustainable building companies are seeking.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Wind and solar technologist / Power plant supervisor / Energy analyst<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3756<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

sdre@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2356<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

Sustainable Design and Renewable Energy<br />

113


Environmental Technician 4201<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Morningside<br />

Combine your interest in biology, chemistry, math, and the environment through a career in the<br />

growing environmental technology field. This program’s curriculum covers the three foundational<br />

disciplines of biology, chemistry, and civil engineering. This knowledge serves as a foundation to<br />

teach you to understand and manage complex environmental problems. With hands-on training,<br />

also learn to use the tools and equipment needed in water and soil quality analysis, ecological field<br />

sampling, analytical chemistry, and surveying. The program’s well-rounded approach prepares you to<br />

be holistically ready — greatly increasing your career options<br />

Drinking Water Operators<br />

If you successfully complete the entry-level course for drinking water operators, you will meet the<br />

requirements of the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks’ entry-level course for<br />

drinking water operators.<br />

Accreditation<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology<br />

and applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from<br />

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC).<br />

Certification<br />

When you graduate, you will be able to write the Ontario Ministry of the Environment Operator in<br />

Training (OIT) and Water Quality Analyst (WQA) exams. You will also be able to apply to register with<br />

the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT).<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment for<br />

Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/4201<br />

abes@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 8123<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Environmental specialist / Technical policy advisor / Environmental safety consultant<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

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Environmental Technology 4202<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall Ontario College Advanced Diploma Morningside<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

Curbing the negative impact of human involvement on the environment is becoming an increasingly<br />

important industry. With this program, you can launch your career in three years. Your training<br />

includes theoretical and practical knowledge in understanding and managing complex environmental<br />

problems as you cover biology, chemistry, and civil engineering. Using technology and equipment<br />

for water and soil quality analysis, hazardous material management, AutoCAD drawing, geographic<br />

information systems mapping, lab practice in water quality testing and groundwater movement, and<br />

computer aided environmental audits round out training. The program leaves you fully prepared to go<br />

further faster.<br />

Drinking Water Operators<br />

If you successfully complete the entry-level course for drinking water operators, you will meet the<br />

requirements of the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks’ entry-level course for<br />

drinking water operators.<br />

Accreditation<br />

This program has met the national educational standards of Canada’s engineering technology<br />

and applied science profession, and as such, has received national program accreditation from<br />

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC).<br />

Certification<br />

When you graduate, you will be able to write the Ontario Ministry of the Environment Operator in<br />

Training (OIT) and Water Quality Analyst (WQA) exams. You will also be able to apply to register with<br />

the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT).<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/4202<br />

abes@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 8123<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Environmental specialist / Technical policy advisor / Environmental safety consultant<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

Anna Serbina, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Energy Systems Engineering Technology<br />

“The co-op option gives students the opportunity to get<br />

real work experience.”<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

Sustainable Design and Renewable Energy<br />

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Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician 3825<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall, Winter Ontario College Diploma Progress<br />

Technology impacts every facet of society, including heating, refrigeration, and air conditioning.<br />

Through this program, become prepared to enter the field with the latest knowledge of the design,<br />

installation, and service techniques needed for today’s commercial and residential heating and<br />

air conditioning systems. Your courses include hands-on activities to teach you to maintain, size,<br />

and select equipment for air conditioning and refrigeration application. You also benefit from the<br />

incorporation of leadership capabilities that fully prepare you to successfully launch and advance<br />

your career.<br />

Note: Apprenticeship is required after graduation for those who wish to become tradespersons.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Helper to heating and cooling mechanic / Maintenance personnel /<br />

Sales or service representative<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade<br />

12 (C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College<br />

Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3825<br />

abes@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2356<br />

Afraaz Shah, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

“I love doing hands-on trades, and I wanted to get into this field because it’s a great<br />

opportunity to get your hands on different types of refrigeration systems and heating<br />

systems. Everything that I learned in school from the co-op, and the knowledge that<br />

I gained from doing this, I can take into my career.”<br />

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GRADUATE CERTIFICATE AND FAST-TRACK PROGRAMS<br />

If you have prior post-secondary education in a related field, you may be eligible to apply for one of<br />

our specialized Graduate Certificate programs to enhance your career opportunities, or one of our<br />

Fast-track programs that enable you to complete your credential in less time.<br />

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS<br />

Program Name<br />

Construction Project Management<br />

Cybersecurity<br />

Mobile Applications Development<br />

Program URL<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3130 (In-person)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3630 (Online)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3224 (In-person)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3664 (Online)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3223 (In-person)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3226 (Online)<br />

FAST-TRACK PROGRAMS<br />

Program Name<br />

Architectural Technology<br />

Biomedical Engineering Technology<br />

Biotechnology<br />

Biotechnology – Advanced<br />

Automation and Robotics - Electro Mechanical Engineering Technician<br />

NOTE: The official Ministry name for this program is Electromechanical Engineering Technician.<br />

Automation and Robotics - Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology<br />

NOTE: The official Ministry name for this program is Electromechanical Engineering Technology.<br />

Electrical Engineering Technician<br />

Electrical Engineering Technology<br />

Electronics Engineering Technician<br />

Electronics Engineering Technology<br />

Energy Systems Engineering Technician<br />

Energy Systems Engineering Technology<br />

Environmental Technician<br />

Environmental Technology<br />

Food Science Technology<br />

Game – Programming<br />

Health Informatics Technology<br />

Mechanical Engineering Technician – Design<br />

Mechanical Engineering Technology – Design<br />

Mechanical Engineering Technology – Industrial<br />

Software Engineering Technician<br />

Software Engineering Technology<br />

Artificial Intelligence - Software Engineering Technology<br />

NOTE: The official Ministry name for this program is Software Engineering Technology - Artificial Intelligence.<br />

Program URL<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3125 (In-person)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3608 (Online)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3427<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3621<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3622<br />

centennialcollege.ca/4125<br />

centennialcollege.ca/4126<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3832<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3833<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3221<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3222<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3775<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3776<br />

centennialcollege.ca/4221<br />

centennialcollege.ca/4222<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3631<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3129 (In-person)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3679 (Online)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3528 (In-person)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3678 (Online)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3725<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3735<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3747<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3428 (In-person)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3478 (Online)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3429 (In-person)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3479 (Online)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3422 (In-person)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/3472 (Online)<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

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SUCCESS<br />

STORY<br />

Alumnus Kyle Barnes<br />

Excels in a Career Protecting<br />

the Environment<br />

As a child, Kyle Barnes loved learning about nature and being outdoors. Earlier than most, he knew that a career<br />

committed to protecting the environment would be in his future.<br />

That’s why, when it came time to choose a post-secondary program, Barnes didn’t hesitate: He recognized Centennial’s<br />

Environmental Technologist program would help him realize his dream.<br />

“It turned out to be one of the best experiences I’ve ever had,” he says. “The program was very hands-on. We were<br />

constantly outdoors, collecting samples and doing field work.”<br />

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />

AND APPLIED SCIENCE<br />

After graduating in 2016, Barnes secured a role as a client service representative with the Ontario Ministry of the<br />

Environment — a position that allows him to put the knowledge he gained at Centennial into practice every day.<br />

“One moment I’ll be speaking with a farmer seeking a permit for pesticide use, and the next I’ll be speaking with a<br />

lawyer looking for advice on environmental regulations,” he says. “The courses I took at Centennial directly equipped<br />

me to succeed in this role.”<br />

As he looks ahead to what’s next, Barnes has his sights set on becoming an environmental officer — the “boots on the<br />

ground” workers who are out in the field enforcing environmental regulations and bylaws. Every step of the way, he<br />

credits Centennial with turning his dreams into reality. “Centennial has allowed me to do what I’ve always loved,”<br />

he says. “Being able to match my childhood passion with my career has been amazing.”<br />

KYLE’S ADVICE TO NEW STUDENTS...<br />

"When you’re looking for a job in your field, have the tenacity and the courage<br />

to really put yourself out there. Just go for it."<br />

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HOSPITALITY, TOURISM<br />

AND CULINARY ARTS<br />

Ever-changing and dynamic, Canada’s hospitality, tourism, and culinary<br />

arts attractions and establishments are increasingly appealing to<br />

<strong>international</strong> travellers. Be in demand with a combination of business<br />

knowledge, creativity, and management skills. Our programs range from<br />

management subjects, such as hospitality and tourism administration<br />

and hotel operations management, to imaginative areas of study such<br />

as event planning and culinary and baking skills. No matter the program<br />

you choose, your career can, quite literally, take you places.<br />

HOSPITALITY, TOURISM<br />

AND CULINARY ARTS


HOSPITALITY, TOURISM<br />

AND CULINARY ARTS<br />

FOOD AND TOURISM


Baking and Pastry Arts Management<br />

1813/<br />

1823<br />

1873<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

2 years/<br />

4 semesters<br />

Fall, Summer<br />

(1813);<br />

Winter (1823);<br />

Fall, Winter,<br />

Summer (1873)<br />

Ontario College<br />

Diploma<br />

Progress<br />

(1813, 1823);<br />

Online (1873)<br />

Retail sales of baked goods in Canada are expected to reach more than $6 billion in 2022. That<br />

means the sector needs professionals who have fundamental baking and pastry arts skills while also<br />

possessing menu design, purchasing, planning and execution, and baking management abilities.<br />

Gain this know-how in Centennial’s baking and pastry arts labs, on-campus café, restaurant, and<br />

event space, or in our immersive online environment. The hands-on experience leads to a 14-week<br />

work-integrated learning opportunity. Important industry certifications such as Smart Serve,<br />

Safe Food Handlers, CPR, and It’s Your Shift (a training and awareness program to prevent sexual<br />

harassment and violence) complement your diploma — and your holistic readiness for success.<br />

Note: After successfully completing the one-year Baking Skills program, you may directly enter the third semester of this program<br />

and earn a diploma in one additional year.<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1813<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1823<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1873<br />

hospitality@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2569<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Pastry chef / Bakery chef / Food entrepreneur<br />

Baking Skills 1810 1860<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

1 year/<br />

2 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter,<br />

Summer<br />

Ontario College<br />

Certificate<br />

Progress (1810),<br />

Online (1860)<br />

From large companies such as commercial bakeries to launching your own cake shop, there is a<br />

demand for professional bakers. This program establishes the foundational baking skills you need<br />

to start and excel in the sector. Through experiential learning opportunities in realistic settings —<br />

Centennial’s commercial bake lab and an on-campus café, restaurant, and event space — or in our<br />

immersive online environment, study everything from fine decorating and finishing to large quantity<br />

production techniques. Graduate with industry certifications such as Smart Serve, Safe Food<br />

Handlers, and CPR as well as It’s Your Shift (a training and awareness program to prevent sexual<br />

harassment and violence).<br />

Note: After successfully completing this program, you may enter the third semester of the Baking and Pastry Arts Management<br />

diploma program.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Commercial baker / Production baker / Cake decorator<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1810<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1860<br />

hospitality@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2569<br />

HOSPITALITY, TOURISM<br />

AND CULINARY ARTS<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

Food and Tourism<br />

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Culinary Management<br />

1811/<br />

1822<br />

1861<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

2 years/<br />

4 semesters<br />

Fall, Summer<br />

(1811);<br />

Winter (1822);<br />

Fall, Winter,<br />

Summer (1861)<br />

Ontario College<br />

Diploma<br />

Progress<br />

(1811, 1822);<br />

Online (1861)<br />

In Ontario, Canada, and <strong>international</strong>ly, employment in culinary management has been stable.<br />

Through a curriculum that combines cooking with team leadership and entrepreneurial skills,<br />

prepare for the culinary industry. Emphasis on local food products and seasonal cooking, with an<br />

<strong>international</strong> slant, teaches you to create exquisite menus and dishes that are inspired by global<br />

trends and flavours. Apply those skills during a 14-week work-integrated learning opportunity.<br />

Industry certifications such as Smart Serve, Safe Food Handlers, CPR, and It’s Your Shift (a training<br />

and awareness program to prevent sexual harassment and violence) complement your training —<br />

fully preparing you to confidently take on leadership roles.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1811<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1822<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1861<br />

hospitality@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2569<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Chef / Kitchen manager / Catering manager<br />

Culinary Skills 1812 1862<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

HOSPITALITY, TOURISM<br />

AND CULINARY ARTS<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

1 year/<br />

2 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter,<br />

Summer<br />

Ontario College<br />

Certificate<br />

Progress (1812),<br />

Online (1862)<br />

Career success starts with a solid foundation, which you get in this program. Position yourself to<br />

enter the field, to apply transfer credits to Centennial’s Culinary Management program, or to use<br />

the College’s articulation agreements to complete a university degree in two additional years.<br />

The program covers seasonal cooking, <strong>international</strong> flavour exploration, menu preparation,<br />

ingredients, food preparation, and more. To hone your skills, study in culinary labs; at Centennial’s<br />

café, restaurant, and Event Centre; or in our immersive online space. By graduating with industry<br />

certifications such as Smart Serve, Safe Food Handlers, CPR, and It’s Your Shift (an innovative<br />

training and awareness program to prevent sexual harassment and violence), you can take your<br />

career further faster.<br />

Notes:<br />

1. To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

2. After successfully completing this program, you may enter the third semester of the Culinary Management program.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Cook / Caterer / Kitchen manager<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1812<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1862<br />

hospitality@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2569<br />

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Tourism 1824<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall, Winter, Summer Ontario College Diploma Progress<br />

From food and beverage to transportation or travel services, sales and marketing, or attractions<br />

and entertainment, the tourism industry is comprised of diverse sectors. In our Tourism program,<br />

curriculum inspired by professional input instills knowledge and skills through hands-on experiential<br />

learning and a 14-week work-integrated experience. The combination prepares you to be a leader<br />

in tourism’s inbound and outbound sectors. Graduate with certification in Smart Serve, TrainCan<br />

Safe Food Handlers, TICO Travel Counsellor, Manulife Travel Insurance, Cruise Lines International<br />

Association University Level Program, Level C CPR, and It’s Your Shift (a program to prevent sexual<br />

harassment and violence).<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Groups and incentive specialist / Conference and meeting provider /<br />

Inbound and outbound tour operator<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1824<br />

hospitality@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2569<br />

Priya Yogeswaran, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Tourism<br />

“This program allowed me to make use of my event knowledge and to broaden<br />

my experience of the industry as a whole. The education I received,<br />

relationships I made and opportunities that were presented to me played a<br />

direct role in realizing a career in events.”<br />

HOSPITALITY, TOURISM<br />

AND CULINARY ARTS<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

Food and Tourism<br />

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HOSPITALITY, TOURISM<br />

AND CULINARY ARTS<br />

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT


Event Planning 1838 1839<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

2 years/<br />

4 semesters<br />

Fall, Summer<br />

(1838); Fall,<br />

Winter, Summer<br />

(1839)<br />

Ontario College<br />

Diploma<br />

Progress<br />

(1838);<br />

Online (1839)<br />

Event planning is increasingly playing a role in numerous industries and sectors that require<br />

innovative thinking and business skills to help clients create long-lasting memories. This program<br />

equips you for various leadership positions by immersing you in industry aspects that teach you to<br />

design, plan, and produce diverse events. Through work-integrated learning opportunities, executing<br />

your own events, and networking with our industry partners, become fully prepared to be in high<br />

demand. Business topics complement event planning-specific courses. You also graduate with It’s<br />

Your Shift certification, a training and awareness program to prevent sexual harassment and violence.<br />

Note: To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1838<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1839<br />

hospitality@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2569<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Catering and event coordinator / Event planner / Trade show organizer<br />

Hospitality Foundations 2121<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

1 year/2 semesters Fall, Winter, Summer Ontario College Certificate Progress<br />

A combination of core job skills required for the dynamic hospitality industry as well as the language<br />

training to successfully communicate in English with colleagues, employers, and guests, this pathway<br />

program is designed for <strong>international</strong> students. It allows you to confidently enter the School of<br />

Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts, and then to transition into one of its diploma programs. In<br />

smaller classes that create opportunities for more individualized attention and carefully measured<br />

delivery, learn skills through specially-crafted experiences that prepare you for further success.<br />

Note: Upon successful completion of this program, you will be invited to join your program of choice in the School of Hospitality,<br />

Tourism and Culinary Arts.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Front desk agent / Room agent / Host<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature applicant status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Applicants to Centennial College post-secondary<br />

Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts programs with scores<br />

of 140 or 141 on the Centennial College English Skills<br />

Assessment are advised to take this program first as a<br />

pathway to their program of choice.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/2121<br />

hospitality@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2569<br />

HOSPITALITY, TOURISM<br />

AND CULINARY ARTS<br />

Alba ovea Diez, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Hospitality Foundations<br />

“This program is full of diverse topics that make you<br />

broaden your knowledge and give you the tools to be<br />

prepared in this hospitality industry.”<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

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Hospitality Skills 1819 1869<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

1 year/<br />

2 semesters<br />

Summer,<br />

Winter (1819);<br />

Fall, Winter,<br />

Summer<br />

(1869)<br />

Ontario College<br />

Certificate<br />

Progress (1819),<br />

Online (1869)<br />

The hospitality industry’s demand for qualified entry-level employees opens program graduates to a<br />

range of front-of-house or behind-the-scenes roles in which you will feel comfortable being a leader.<br />

Hospitality Skills has been crafted as a platform for you to develop the specific abilities today’s<br />

employers are looking for. In two semesters, gain and apply your practical skill set and theoretical<br />

knowledge, creating the opportunity to work within the hospitality sector or to pursue further<br />

education. You also graduate with industry certifications such as Safe Food Handlers, Smart Serve,<br />

First Aid, CPR, and It’s Your Shift (a training and awareness program to prevent sexual harassment<br />

and violence).<br />

Note: Upon program completion, you will be able and encouraged to continue your studies in one of Centennial College’s School<br />

of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts diploma programs, such as Hotel Operations Management – Hospitality (program #1807)<br />

or Restaurant Operations – Food and Beverage Management (program #1808).<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1819<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1869<br />

hospitality@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2569<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Guest service representative / Room attendant / Food and beverage service<br />

Hospitality and Tourism Administration 1805<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

3 years/6 semesters Fall Ontario College Advanced Diploma Progress<br />

Creative and business-minded hospitality and tourism administration professionals can find careers<br />

in accommodation, food and beverage, transportation, entertainment, and travel services. The<br />

only three-year advanced diploma of its type in Ontario, this program combines in-depth holistic<br />

academic study with hands-on experiential learning, culminating in a 14-week work-integrated<br />

learning experience. You gain technical skills, industry-specific knowledge, business acumen, and the<br />

ability to go further faster with leadership capabilities. Smart Serve, Safe Food Handlers, TICO Travel<br />

Counsellor, CPR, and It’s Your Shift (a training and awareness program to prevent sexual harassment<br />

and violence) certifications complement your advanced diploma.<br />

Accreditation<br />

Tourism HR Canada has honoured the Hospitality and Tourism Administration and Hotel Operations<br />

Management – Hospitality programs with its SMART + Premium status, which means the programs<br />

exceed basic tourism industry standards. Centennial College is among the first post-secondary<br />

institutions in Canada to receive this accreditation — and the only one to have two programs<br />

recognized for demonstrating tourism-related programming that exceeds industry standards.<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1805<br />

hospitality@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2569<br />

HOSPITALITY, TOURISM<br />

AND CULINARY ARTS<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Groups and incentive specialist / Hotel general manager / Meeting and events coordinator<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

Benjamin Wah Ming Chan, Centennial Alumnus,<br />

Food and Beverage Management<br />

“I am so grateful I have taken this program. Not only did it<br />

give me the opportunity to learn, but also connected me<br />

with many like-minded individuals.”<br />

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Hotel Operations Management – Hospitality<br />

1807/<br />

1837<br />

1867<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

2 years/<br />

4 semesters<br />

Fall, Summer<br />

(1807);<br />

Winter (1837);<br />

Fall, Winter,<br />

Summer (1867)<br />

Ontario College<br />

Diploma<br />

Progress<br />

(1807, 1837);<br />

Online (1867)<br />

To operate effectively and keep guests coming back, the management teams of hotels include<br />

managers for areas such as front desk, housekeeping operations, and human resources planning.<br />

This program features relevant courses and practical application serving guests in the College’s café,<br />

restaurant, event space, and four boutique-style guest rooms, or participating in immersive online<br />

experiences. This prepares you for multiple career entry points. You also benefit from a 14-week<br />

integrated learning experience, which rounds out your training and prepares you to go further faster.<br />

Industry certifications such as Smart Serve, Food Handlers, CPR, First Aid, and It’s Your Shift<br />

(a training and awareness program to prevent sexual harassment and violence) are included.<br />

Note: The official Ministry name for this program is Hospitality - Hotel Operations Management.<br />

Accreditation<br />

Tourism HR Canada has honoured the Hospitality and Tourism Administration and the Hotel<br />

Operations Management - Hospitality programs with its SMART + Premium status, which means<br />

the programs exceed basic tourism industry standards. Centennial College is among the first<br />

post-secondary institutions in Canada to receive this accreditation — and the only one to have<br />

two programs recognized for demonstrating tourism-related programming that exceeds industry<br />

standards.<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1807<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1837<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1867<br />

hospitality@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2569<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

General manager / Sales and marketing coordinator / Food and beverage manager<br />

Restaurant Operations –<br />

Food and Beverage Management<br />

1808 1868<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION (In-person) (Online)<br />

2 years/<br />

4 semesters<br />

Fall, Winter,<br />

Summer<br />

Ontario College<br />

Diploma<br />

Progress<br />

(1808);<br />

Online (1868)<br />

Together, Canada’s large multi-unit organizations and small independent food and beverage<br />

operations create a $70-billion industry — and more around the world. This program sets you up to<br />

play a crucial managerial and leadership role, with the skills for a progressive career. During your<br />

studies, learn in Centennial’s restaurant, quick service café, and event space, or in our immersive<br />

online environment. Then participate in a 14-week industry work-integrated learning experience<br />

at The Local Cafe and Restaurant, Centennial’s Event Centre, or with an external industry partner.<br />

You graduate with Smart Serve, Food Handlers, CPR, First Aid, and It’s Your Shift (a training and<br />

awareness program to prevent sexual harassment and violence) certifications.<br />

Note: The official Ministry name for this program is Food and Beverage Management.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Restaurant manager / Catering manager / Food and beverage director<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1808<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1868<br />

hospitality@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 2569<br />

HOSPITALITY, TOURISM<br />

AND CULINARY ARTS<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

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GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS<br />

If you have prior post-secondary education in a related field, you may be eligible to apply for<br />

one of our specialized Graduate Certificate programs to enhance your career opportunities.<br />

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS<br />

Program Name<br />

Event Management<br />

Food Media<br />

Food Tourism<br />

Hotel, Resort and Restaurant Management<br />

Program URL<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1831 (In-person)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1835 (Online)<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1833<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1834<br />

centennialcollege.ca/1830<br />

Naval Tejpal, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Hotel Operations Management – Hospitality<br />

“My program has allowed me to explore and broaden my view<br />

on the hospitality industry by teaching me all the different<br />

aspects of hotels. It has also given me the opportunity to<br />

explore different avenues within the hospitality industry.”<br />

HOSPITALITY, TOURISM<br />

AND CULINARY ARTS<br />

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TRANSPORTATION<br />

All vehicles are becoming increasingly technologically advanced.<br />

That means service and maintenance technicians need the most<br />

current know-how to remain relevant in this vital sector. As Ontario’s<br />

largest provider of transportation maintenance and repair training,<br />

we have you covered with aerospace and aviation, automotive and<br />

motorcycle as well as heavy duty, truck and coach programs.<br />

Housed between two locations, our programs offer immersive<br />

learning experiences in environments that mirror real-world settings.<br />

TRANSPORTATION


AEROSPACE AND AVIATION<br />

WATCH VIDEO ABOUT DOWNSVIEW CAMPUS<br />

TRANSPORTATION


Aircraft Maintenance – Aviation Technician 8112<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Downsview<br />

Keep aircraft flying safely through various roles within aircraft maintenance and manufacturing<br />

organizations, airlines, the government, and more. In this program, classes are delivered in modern<br />

labs and an aircraft hangar, where you gain hands-on experience servicing, repairing, overhauling,<br />

and troubleshooting aircraft components and systems. Instructors walk you through airframe, engine,<br />

electrical, and hydraulic systems as well as propeller, avionics equipment, and aircraft instrument<br />

work techniques. You also become familiar with aircraft maintenance areas such as general aviation,<br />

business and corporate aviation, and charter and transport category aviation. This knowledge base<br />

equips you to obtain an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer “M” rated licence and to become a leader in<br />

your sector.<br />

Notes:<br />

1. Classes may run between 8:00 am and 9:00 pm.<br />

2. Personal protective equipment is required. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

3. The official Ministry name for this program is Aviation Technician – Aircraft Maintenance.<br />

Accreditations<br />

Transport Canada and the Canadian Council for Aviation and Aerospace accredit this program.<br />

For more information about these accreditations and student eligibility, please visit the program<br />

<strong>web</strong>page.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Aircraft maintenance engineer / Aircraft maintenance technician /<br />

Airframe and power plant mechanic or technician<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent<br />

(minimum grade required), or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C or U), or equivalent (minimum grade<br />

required), or take a Centennial College Math<br />

Skills Assessment for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Due to Transport Canada accreditation requirements,<br />

the option for transfer credit is only applicable to certain<br />

General Education (COMM, GNED elective) courses in the<br />

Aircraft Maintenance – Aviation Technician program.<br />

Applicability/approval is subject to review.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/8112<br />

aerospacedepartment@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 7281<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

Minwoo An<br />

Aircraft Maintenance Aviation Technician<br />

“Our professors are the link to our career in the aviation<br />

industry. They are very active and helpful with students’<br />

success, and teach us things that we cannot learn from<br />

the textbooks.”<br />

TRANSPORTATION<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

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TRANSPORTATION<br />

AUTOMOTIVE<br />

AND MOTORCYCLE


Auto Body Repair Technician 8406<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Ashtonbee<br />

An advanced career in the auto body industry is possible with training from this program, which is<br />

based on levels 1 and 2 apprenticeship curricula with valuable additions that result in a diploma.<br />

The program’s combination of theory, practice, and managerial training could lead to a managerial<br />

position or to successfully operating your own business. Auto Body Repair Technician courses<br />

cover theory and application of vehicle and body construction, detailing and refinishing equipment<br />

maintenance, applied mechanical systems, and refinishing surface preparation and top coat<br />

application. Upon program completion, you will meet levels 1 and 2 of apprenticeship in-school<br />

training.<br />

Note: Personal protective equipment is required. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Licensed auto body and collision damage repairer / Shop foreman /<br />

Auto body shop manager<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English Workplace (E), College (C),<br />

or University (U); or equivalent; or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/8406<br />

Darryl Roberts<br />

droberts@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 7298<br />

Alex Joyce, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Auto Body Repair Technician<br />

“Centennial has a program where they show you the introduction to auto body<br />

repair, and I was really interested in that. I’m learning how to properly weld,<br />

proper paint techniques, proper refinishing techniques and getting an<br />

introduction to different body types and frames.”<br />

TRANSPORTATION<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

Automotive and Motorcycle<br />

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Automotive – Motive Power Technician 8202<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Ashtonbee<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

Organizations as widely varied as automotive makers and dealers, retail companies, and insurance<br />

corporations need professionals with Automotive – Motive Power Technician training. The traderelevant<br />

skills and knowledge you gain in this program highlight motor vehicle technology, while<br />

theoretical and practical application of technology helps you to effectively diagnose and repair<br />

vehicles. Before graduation, you have the option to experience the real world as a paid employee<br />

through a one-term co-op. In addition to your diploma, you earn an Ozone Depletion Prevention<br />

certificate and complete the in-school requirements for levels 1 and 2 apprenticeship training, as<br />

determined by the Ministry and Ontario College of Trades. Your well-rounded education sets you up<br />

for long-term success.<br />

Note: The official Ministry name for this program is Motive Power Technician.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Automotive technician* / Automotive technical supervisor / Automotive service manager<br />

*following apprenticeship<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent,<br />

or take the Centennial College English Skills<br />

Assessment for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or 12 (C<br />

or U), or equivalent, or take the Centennial<br />

College Math Skills Assessment for<br />

Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/8202<br />

Kathryn Pratt<br />

kpratt@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 7307<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

Automotive Parts and Service Operations 8210<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Ashtonbee<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

To prepare you for a leadership role in operational management support, this program focuses on<br />

parts service, warranty administration, customer relations, and business operations. It is the first<br />

post-secondary program in Canada to do so, giving you an automotive education and skill base<br />

that position you as a top candidate — whether or not you have previous experience. Round out<br />

your education with automotive warranty and leasing, merchandising and inventory, automotive<br />

service process knowledge, technological and technical skills, and marketing and macroeconomics<br />

principles. The Trillium Automobiles Dealers Association, which represents more than 1,000 new car<br />

dealers in Ontario, supports this program.<br />

Note: Personal protective equipment is required. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Service consultant / Service coordinator / Warranty administrator<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent,<br />

or take the Centennial College English Skills<br />

Assessment for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or 12<br />

(C or U), or equivalent, or take the<br />

Centennial College Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/8210<br />

Robert Nakashima<br />

rnaka@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 7319<br />

TRANSPORTATION<br />

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Motorcycle and Powersports Product Repair Techniques 8403<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 semesters (28 weeks) Fall Ontario College Certificate Ashtonbee<br />

Whether or not you have previous experience, the Motorcycle and Powersports Product Repair<br />

Techniques program prepares you to fix and maintain motorcycles, snowmobiles, ATVs, and more<br />

to keep them running at peak performance. This knowledge is your gateway to being a leader in<br />

the motorcycle and power sports industry. Learn essential diagnostic skills, perfect hands-on<br />

techniques, and become familiar with workplace practices and procedures. At the same time, benefit<br />

from the opportunity to obtain certification in manufacturer parts and online service systems. This<br />

program is based on the Small Engine and Level 1 Motorcycle Technician apprenticeship curriculum,<br />

so you are able to apply credit toward your apprenticeship requirement.<br />

Notes:<br />

1. To support your learning, this program requires you to have access to a mobile computing device that meets minimum<br />

hardware requirements. Please visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

2. Personal protective equipment is required. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English Workplace (E), College (C),<br />

or University (U); or equivalent; or take the<br />

Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

centennialcollege.ca/8403<br />

Alex Grupp<br />

agrupp@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 7076<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Apprentice motorcycle technician / Apprentice small engine mechanic /<br />

Apprentice marine mechanic<br />

WATCH PROGRAM VIDEO<br />

Josh Kloosterman, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Motorcycle and Powersports Product<br />

Repair Techniques<br />

“The facilities are unreal, the equipment, the tools, the bikes<br />

they have to work on ... I just love anything with an engine,<br />

and this is the fun side of things. We get all the toys.”<br />

TRANSPORTATION<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

Automotive and Motorcycle<br />

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HEAVY DUTY EQUIPMENT,<br />

TRUCK AND COACH<br />

TRANSPORTATION<br />

Heavy Duty Equipment, Truck and Coach<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs


Heavy Duty Equipment Technician 8215<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Ashtonbee<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

From bulldozers to tractors and forklifts, heavy duty equipment is big business — and it needs<br />

professionals who understand applied mechanics, vehicle dynamics, and component design and<br />

repair. That is where the Heavy Duty Equipment Technician program, with its curriculum rooted in<br />

apprenticeship standards, comes in. Aside from learning core subjects using real-world training aids<br />

for hands-on experience, attend exclusive courses such as hoisting and rigging as well as business,<br />

English, and general education courses. The well-rounded approach gives you an advantage<br />

that allows you to go further faster. A four-month co-op option offers real-world experience as a<br />

paid employee in this field. You graduate with levels 1 and 2 in-school apprenticeship training<br />

requirements.<br />

Notes:<br />

1. The official Ministry name for this program is Motive Power – Heavy Duty Equipment Technician.<br />

2. Personal protective equipment is required. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Heavy duty mechanic or technician / Maintenance shop manager / Industry representative<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent, or<br />

take the Centennial College English Skills<br />

Assessment for admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C or U), or equivalent, or take the Centennial<br />

College Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/8215<br />

Angelo Spano<br />

aspano@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 7261<br />

Truck and Coach Technician 8214<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

2 years/4 semesters Fall Ontario College Diploma Ashtonbee<br />

OPTIONAL CO-OP<br />

The truck and coach transportation fields make up one of the North American economy’s largest<br />

industries. In this program, learn about traditional maintenance and repair trade subjects; and<br />

receive advanced instruction in areas such as HVAC (refrigeration), preventative maintenance, and<br />

fixed operations management. Courses in Truck and Coach Technician — which is based on the<br />

Truck and Coach Technician apprenticeship curriculum standards — emphasize applied mechanics<br />

and vehicle dynamics and component design and repair. Communication and general education<br />

courses are included to help you successfully advance your career by being a well-rounded graduate.<br />

As you become familiar with industry expectations and standards, your training ensures you meet<br />

requirements for levels 1 and 2 of in-school apprenticeship training.<br />

Notes:<br />

1. This program is offered to full-time students, with classroom and lab instruction weekdays, Monday to Friday.<br />

2. Personal protective equipment is required. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

3. The official Ministry name for this program is Motive Power – Truck and Coach Technician.<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Apprentice truck and coach technician / Certified truck and coach technician /<br />

Transportation fleet management<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or mature student status<br />

(19 years or older)<br />

• Grade 12 English (C or U), or equivalent, or<br />

take the Centennial College English Skills<br />

Assessment for Admission<br />

• Grade 11 Mathematics (M or U) or Grade 12<br />

(C or U), or equivalent, or take the Centennial<br />

College Engineering Math Skills Assessment<br />

for Admission<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Additional requirements will apply to participate in<br />

co-op. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/8214<br />

Al Thompson<br />

athompson@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 7254<br />

TRANSPORTATION<br />

centennialcollege.ca/our-programs<br />

Automotive and Motorcycle<br />

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Automotive Foundations 8207<br />

LENGTH INTAKE CREDENTIAL LOCATION<br />

1 year/2 semesters Fall Ontario College Certificate Ashtonbee<br />

Set yourself up for educational and career success as a capable leader with this alternate<br />

entry pathway and academic support program. It prepares you to meet Centennial’s English<br />

communication assessment requirements, if you previously tested below the mandatory level for a<br />

School of Transportation diploma program. Within a trades context, gain solid communication and<br />

math skills foundations as well as motor vehicle knowledge about various passenger, commercial,<br />

and heavy-duty equipment vehicles. Couple theory with practical work on numerous training units,<br />

vehicles, and equipment in a lab environment as you learn component and tool identification, shop<br />

safety practices, and use of specialized equipment.<br />

Notes:<br />

1. The official Ministry name for this program is Trades Foundations – Motive Power.<br />

2. Personal protective equipment is required. Visit the program page on our <strong>web</strong>site for details.<br />

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS<br />

• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD),<br />

or equivalent, or 19 years or older<br />

• English language proficiency<br />

Note: Applicants to Centennial College post-secondary<br />

programs in the School of Transportation with scores of 140<br />

or 141 on the Centennial College English Skills Assessment<br />

are advised to take this program first as a pathway to their<br />

program of choice.<br />

centennialcollege.ca/8207<br />

Kathryn Pratt<br />

kpratt@centennialcollege.ca<br />

416-289-5000, ext. 7307<br />

CAREER OUTLOOK<br />

Transfer to an Automotive program / Transfer to a Truck and Coach program /<br />

Transfer to a Heavy Duty Equipment program<br />

Jonathon Russell, Centennial Alumnus<br />

Motive Power Technician<br />

“It’s actually a very nice shop there, it’s really well-equipped. They have a bunch<br />

of bikes that manufacturers have donated to the college that are not for road<br />

use, they’re for learning*purposes.<br />

You can rip apart motors and suspensions and all sorts of things on<br />

motorcycles to gain a greater understanding of how these things work. We have<br />

to put them all back together, and they have to function.”<br />

TRANSPORTATION<br />

138 Heavy Duty Equipment, Truck and Coach centennialcollege.ca/our-programs


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OFFICES<br />

AROUND THE WORLD<br />

International students, parents, and<br />

<strong>international</strong> education partners are<br />

welcome to visit one of our International<br />

Offices around the world.<br />

We offer free counselling about<br />

Centennial College programs and<br />

admissions, and our team members<br />

can answer your questions in person<br />

about all the steps <strong>international</strong><br />

students need to take in order to study,<br />

work and live in Canada.<br />

CANADA<br />

Mexico City<br />

MEXICO<br />

Centennial College<br />

Toronto<br />

Panama City<br />

PANAMA<br />

Visit one of our 11 International Education Offices:<br />

centennialcollege.ca/<strong>international</strong>/offices<br />

CONNECT WITH US<br />

CONTACT YOUR INTERNATIONAL ADMISSIONS ASSISTANT:<br />

centennialcollege.ca/<strong>international</strong>/contacts<br />

CENTENNIAL COLLEGE INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION CENTRE:<br />

<strong>international</strong>@centennialcollege.ca | 416-289-5393<br />

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Beijing<br />

CHINA<br />

Suzhou<br />

Chongqing<br />

Guangzhou<br />

INDIA<br />

Hanoi<br />

VIETNAM<br />

Ho Chi Minh City<br />

Bangalore<br />

Seoul<br />

SOUTH KOREA<br />

Manila<br />

PHILIPPINES<br />

LEGEND<br />

Centennial College<br />

Toronto | Canada<br />

Centennial College<br />

International Education Offices<br />

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PROGRAM INDEX<br />

A<br />

Advertising and Marketing Communications Management 65<br />

Aerospace Manufacturing Engineering Technician 95<br />

Aerospace Manufacturing Engineering Technology 95<br />

Aircraft Maintenance - Aviation Technician 131<br />

Animation - 3D 67<br />

Architectural Technician 112<br />

Architectural Technology 112<br />

Art and Design Fundamentals 67<br />

Artificial Intelligence - Software Engineering Technology 106<br />

Auto Body Repair Technician 133<br />

Automation and Robotics -<br />

Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technician 96<br />

Automation and Robotics -<br />

Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology 96<br />

Automotive Foundations 138<br />

Automotive - Motive Power Technician 134<br />

Automotive Parts and Service Operations 134<br />

B<br />

Bachelor of Information Technology<br />

(Computer and Communication Networks), Honours 106<br />

Bachelor of Public Relations Management, Honours 65<br />

Baking and Pastry Arts Management 121<br />

Baking Skills 121<br />

Biomedical Engineering Technology 97<br />

Biotechnology 103<br />

Biotechnology - Advanced 103<br />

Bookkeeping 41<br />

Broadcasting - Radio, Television, Film and Digital Media 75<br />

Business 44<br />

Business - Accounting 42<br />

Business Administration - Accounting 41<br />

Business Administration - Finance 42<br />

Business Administration - Human Resources 50<br />

Business Administration - International Business 52<br />

Business Administration - Leadership and Management 47<br />

Business Administration - Marketing 60<br />

Business Administration - Supply Chain and Operations 48<br />

Business Foundations 45<br />

Business - International Business 52<br />

Business - Marketing 60<br />

Business - Supply Chain and Operations 58<br />

C<br />

Child and Youth Care 79<br />

Communications and Media Fundamentals 75<br />

Community and Child Studies Foundations 79<br />

Community Development Work 80<br />

Computer Repair and Maintenance 107<br />

Court Support Services 54<br />

Culinary Management 122<br />

Culinary Skills 122<br />

D<br />

Dance Performance 68<br />

Developmental Services Worker 80<br />

Digital Visual Effects 68<br />

E<br />

Early Childhood Education 81<br />

Electrical Engineering Technician 97<br />

Electrical Engineering Technology 98<br />

Electronics Engineering Technician 99<br />

Electronics Engineering Technology 100<br />

Energy Systems Engineering Technician 113<br />

Energy Systems Engineering Technology 113<br />

English Language Learning (ELL) 35<br />

Environmental Technician 114<br />

Environmental Technology 115<br />

Esthetician 85<br />

Event Planning 125<br />

F<br />

Fashion Business and Management 48<br />

Financial Services 42<br />

Fine Arts Studio 69<br />

Food Science Technology 106<br />

G<br />

Game - Art 69<br />

Game - Development 70<br />

Game - Programming 107<br />

General Arts 35<br />

Graphic Design 70<br />

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Program Index


H<br />

Health Informatics Technology 108<br />

Health Studies and Communications 86<br />

Healthcare Envrionmental Services Management 87<br />

Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician 116<br />

Heavy Duty Equipment Technician 137<br />

Hospitality and Tourism Administration 126<br />

Hospitality Foundations 125<br />

Hospitality Skills 126<br />

Hotel Operations Management - Hospitality 127<br />

J<br />

Journalism 75<br />

L<br />

Law Clerk 54<br />

Liberal Arts 36<br />

Liberal Arts to Trent University* 36<br />

Liberal Arts to University of Toronto Scarborough 37<br />

Liberal Arts to York University 37<br />

M<br />

Massage Therapy 88<br />

Massage Therapy (Compressed Delivery) 88<br />

Mechanical Engineering Technician - Design 100<br />

Mechanical Engineering Technology - Design 101<br />

Mechanical Engineering Technology - Industrial 101<br />

Motorcycle and Powersports Product Repair Techniques 137<br />

Music Industry Arts and Performance 71<br />

N<br />

Networking - Computer Systems Technician 108<br />

Networking - Computer Systems Technology 109<br />

Nutrition and Food Service Management 89<br />

O<br />

Office Administration - Executive 54<br />

Office Administration - General 55<br />

Office Administration - Health Services 55<br />

Office Administration - Legal 56<br />

P<br />

Paralegal - Court and Tribunal Agent 56<br />

Performing Arts Fundamentals 71<br />

Personal Support Worker 90<br />

Pharmacy Technician 91<br />

Photography 72<br />

Police Foundations 83<br />

Pre-Business (Business Studies) 45<br />

Product Design and Development 72<br />

R<br />

Recreation and Leisure Services 81<br />

Restaurant Operations - Food and Beverage Management 127<br />

S<br />

Software Engineering Technician 109<br />

Software Engineering Technology 110<br />

T<br />

Technology Foundations (ICET) 110<br />

Theatre Arts and Performance 73<br />

Tourism 123<br />

Truck and Coach Technician 137<br />

Freedom of Information Act<br />

Under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Individual<br />

Privacy Act, under the legal authority of the Ministry of<br />

Colleges and Universities, Act R.S.O. 1980, Chapter 272, S.S.;<br />

R.R.O. 1980, Regulation 640, Centennial College is required to<br />

have written consent from applicants or students to release<br />

any information to a third party (e.g. employers, relatives,<br />

Social Services, Worker’s Safety and Insurance Board or other<br />

government agencies).<br />

The (College) is required to report student-level enrolmentrelated<br />

data to the Ministry of Training, Colleges and<br />

Universities under the authority of the Ontario Colleges of<br />

Applied Arts and Technology Act, 2002. The Ministry collects<br />

this data, which includes limited personal information such as<br />

Ontario Education Numbers, student characteristics and<br />

educational outcomes, in order to administer government<br />

postsecondary funding policies and programs, including<br />

planning, evaluation and monitoring activities.<br />

Further information on the collection and use of student-level<br />

enrolment-related data can be obtained from the Government<br />

of Ontario or Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities<br />

<strong>web</strong>site or by writing to the Director, Postsecondary Finance<br />

Branch, Postsecondary Education Division – 7th Floor, Mowat<br />

Block, 900 Bay Street, Toronto, ON, Canada M7A 1L2<br />

P.O. Box 631, Station A, Toronto, ON, Canada M1K 5E9<br />

Reasonable efforts will be made to adhere to the details in this<br />

calendar. The policies and procedures were those in effect at<br />

the time of publication. The provisions of this calendar are not<br />

to be regarded as an irrevocable offer by Centennial College to<br />

the student. Centennial College reserves the right to make<br />

changes without prior notice affecting but not limited to areas<br />

such as admission procedures, tuition, other fees, courses of<br />

instruction, program location, programs of study and general<br />

regulations. Centennial College will not be liable for any loss or<br />

damage incurred by the student as a result of such changes.<br />

Program Index 145


PROGRESS<br />

ASHTONBEE<br />

DOWNSVIEW<br />

STORY ARTS CENTRE<br />

MORNINGSIDE<br />

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407<br />

400<br />

KEELE ST.<br />

ST. CLAIR AVE.<br />

BLOOR ST.<br />

STEELES AVE. WEST<br />

NORTH YORK<br />

1<br />

WILSON AVE.<br />

LAWRENCE AVE.<br />

Yorkdale Mall<br />

ALLEN RD.<br />

CN TOWER<br />

YONGE ST.<br />

SHEPPARD AVE.<br />

YORK MILLS RD.<br />

LAWRENCE AVE.<br />

EGLINTON AVE.<br />

TORONTO<br />

2<br />

GARDIN ER EXPRESSWAY<br />

CARLAW AVE.<br />

DVP<br />

404<br />

ST. CLAIR AVE.<br />

DANFORTH AVE.<br />

LAKESHORE BLVD.<br />

WARDEN AVE.<br />

MIDLAND RD.<br />

MCCOWAN RD.<br />

MARKHAM RD.<br />

MORNINGSIDE AVE.<br />

SHEPPARD AVE.<br />

401<br />

ELLESMERE AVE.<br />

3<br />

ASHTONBEE RD.<br />

DANFORTH RD.<br />

4<br />

Scarborough Town Centre<br />

SCARBOROUGH<br />

5 6<br />

PROGRESS AVE.<br />

KINGSTON RD.<br />

LAKE ONTARIO<br />

STEELES AVE. EAST<br />

PICKERING<br />

N<br />

W<br />

S<br />

LIVERPOOL RD.<br />

E<br />

BROCK RD.<br />

Please note: Map is not to scale. Information is for reference only and may change.<br />

OUR LOCATIONS<br />

1<br />

2<br />

3<br />

The Bombardier Centre for<br />

Aerospace and Aviation at<br />

Downsview Campus<br />

65 Carl Hall Rd.<br />

416-289-5000<br />

Story Arts Centre<br />

951 Carlaw Ave.<br />

416-289-5000<br />

Ashtonbee Campus<br />

75 Ashtonbee Rd.<br />

416-289-5000<br />

PUBLIC TRANSIT TO CENTENNIAL COLLEGE<br />

Toronto Transit<br />

Commission (TTC)<br />

416-393-4636<br />

ttc.ca<br />

GO Transit<br />

416-869-3200<br />

gotransit.com<br />

PUBLIC TRANSIT LEGEND<br />

4<br />

5<br />

6<br />

Community Employment<br />

Services<br />

1163 Ellesmere Rd.<br />

416-289-5258<br />

Progress Campus<br />

937-941 Progress Ave.<br />

416-289-5000<br />

Morningside Campus<br />

755 Morningside Ave.<br />

416-289-5000<br />

Metrolinx<br />

416-874-5900<br />

metrolinx.com<br />

Freedom of Information Act<br />

Under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Individual<br />

Privacy Act, under the legal authority of the Ministry of Colleges<br />

and Universities, Act R.S.O. 1980, Chapter 272, S.S.; R.R.O. 1980,<br />

Regulation 640, Centennial College is required to have written<br />

consent from applicants or students to release any information to<br />

a third party (e.g., employers, relatives, Social Services, Worker’s<br />

Safety and Insurance Board, or other government agencies).<br />

The (College) is required to report student-level enrolment-related<br />

data to the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities under the<br />

authority of the Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology<br />

Act, 2002. The Ministry collects this data, which includes limited<br />

personal information such as Ontario Education Numbers, student<br />

characteristics, and educational outcomes, in order to administer<br />

government post-secondary funding policies and programs,<br />

including planning, evaluation, and monitoring activities.<br />

Further information on the collection and use of student-level<br />

enrolment-related data can be obtained from the Government of<br />

Ontario or Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities <strong>web</strong>site<br />

or by writing to the Director, Postsecondary Finance Branch,<br />

Postsecondary Education Division – 7th Floor, Mowat Block,<br />

900 Bay Street, Toronto, ON, Canada M7A 1L2<br />

Reasonable efforts will be made to adhere to the details in this<br />

calendar. The policies and procedures were those in effect at the<br />

time of publication. The provisions of this calendar are not to be<br />

regarded as an irrevocable offer by Centennial College to the<br />

student. Centennial College reserves the right to make changes<br />

without prior notice affecting but not limited to areas such as<br />

admission procedures, tuition, other fees, courses of instruction,<br />

program location, programs of study, and general regulations.<br />

Centennial College will not be liable for any loss or damage incurred<br />

by the student as a result of such changes.<br />

TTC<br />

GO Transit<br />

Eglinton Crosstown LRT<br />

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