A relevant, well-rounded curriculum focuses on the nurse's role in community/public health, primary health-care and acute-care settings. All full-time faculty hold a master's degree, while some hold doctorate preparation or are engaged in doctoral studies.
Well-equipped labs feature leading-edge equipment, including four simulated nursing labs and bioscience and anatomy labs. Students are prepared for nursing careers in all health care settings as practitioners, educators, and managers.
Members of our advisory committee come from some of the organizations which help to develop the curriculum, and provide clinical placement and employment opportunities including Albion Neighbourhood Services, Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care, College of Nurses of Ontario, Credit Valley Hospital, Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, Toronto Public Health, St. Michael's Hospital, University Health Network, William Osler Health Centre, The Hospital for Sick Children, and the Trillium Health Centre.
Be part of the culturally diverse student population of Humber. The average age of students at Humber is 26 years old, but students range from recent high school graduates to students with children of high school age. There will always be students just like you with similar experiences and goals.