We are committed to sharing our knowledge and experience with students to help them become skilled, adaptable, compassionate and career ready graduates. Our faculty experts reinforce excellence and a commitment to social justice and transformation as students train to work across a range of careers in the healthcare field. Teaching and learning is student-centred with emphasis on technological innovation, diversity and integrated community and clinical collaborations. State-of-the-art facilities enhance learning giving students a solid foundation for field placement experience.
We have been preparing students for meaningful careers in health care since Humber opened its doors 50 years ago. Clinical simulations, cadaveric bioscience labs, experiential learning and comprehensive work placements allow you to participate in a breadth of experiences before you graduate, giving you the skills, knowledge and attitudes to support people in health, illness and all other life stages.
In small classes, you will connect with expert faculty who have extensive industry experience. They know what employers are looking for and have connections and advice that can help even after you graduate. Our program advisory committees involve local employers and community agencies in curriculum planning. Their input, based on their knowledge of trends and emerging issues, is vital to making our courses current and relevant to the practice settings.
Through work placements, events, cultural activities and volunteer opportunities, you will make connections with students, alumni and professionals in the field. Through the representatives on our advisory committees, we establish the relationships that support us to offer quality clinical and field placements for our students.
Well-equipped labs feature leading-edge equipment, including four simulated nursing labs and bioscience and anatomy labs. Our unique Funeral Services programs benefit from our Funeral Services Lab and Selection Room. Students in the Traditional Chinese Medicine program learn and work in the Tzu Clinic of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Massage Therapy students learn and work in an on-campus clinic, while ECE learners have access to Child Development and Resource Centres.
With apprenticeships, certificates, diplomas, degrees and graduate certificates – start or continue your learning here. Complete a certificate, then pursue a diploma. Get your diploma, then apply for transfer credits into a degree program. Up your game with career-driven postgraduate education. You will have all the options.
Whether you need academic or personal help, we have services on campus to assist you – including connections with the Canadian Nurses Association and APA Assistance. Staff in our writing and math centres support students academic questions. Student Life supports a variety of first year and current student academic and personal needs.
Our program advisory committees are a structured way to involve local employers and community agencies in curriculum planning. Their input, based on their knowledge of trends and emerging issues, is vital to making our courses current and relevant to the practice settings. Through the representatives on these advisory committees, we establish the relationships that support us to offer quality clinical and field placements for our students.
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Enrolled in more than 180 programs, students come from more than 120 countries and has access to a wide range of supports and services.
Humber is integrating health and well-being into all aspects of campus life to create the conditions for your success.