Humber College Articulation Agreements

For more information: fes.yorku.ca/students/bes/dual-credentials/#humber For further information, please contact: Nadia Araujo Media Relations and External Communications Specialist Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning nadia.araujo@humber.ca | 416.675.6622 Issue 5479 Tanya Greer Communications Coordinator New Brunswick Community College tanya.greer@nbcc.ca | (506) 453-8194 As of November 1, 2019, the Pathway University Program and formal agreements have been entered into with Humber, Sheridan, Niagara, George Brown and Mohawk. The University of Guelph and the Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning have signed a joint agreement that allows students to complete both the management of two years of hotels and restaurants and the administration of tourism and hospitalization for one year – Advanced Diploma Programme with a minimum average of 3.3 (B+) and has obtained degree 12 (4U) Functions & Relations (or equivalent) credits, for admission to host l and Food Administration Major of the Bachelor of Commerce program with a maximum of 11.00 advanced standing credits. Interested students can contact the Bachelor of Commerce orientation centre. Humber College and the Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick (NBCC) have entered into a five-year articulation agreement to meet the growing demands for student mobility. Students who are currently part of the General Arts & Science (GAS) program at these colleges who plan to apply for U of T Mississauga in the fall of 2020 or 2021 will continue to be considered for transfer credits under formal agreements (they receive 5.0 transfer credits, as shown in the most current equivalency tables*). The articulation agreement between the University of Guelph and the Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning allows graduates of the Master of Hospitality and Restaurant program with a minimum GVER of 3.3 (B+) to be eligible for admission to the Master of Hospitality and Food Administration program of the Bachelor of Commerce program with a maximum of 8.50 advanced standing credits. Applicants must have completed Ontario credits of Grade 12 (4U) and English (or equivalent). Interested students can contact the Bachelor of Commerce orientation centre. They also have the opportunity to discuss the degree and master`s pathways with representatives of higher and university education in Ontario, Canada and abroad. If you want to transfer credits or references from another higher education institution or university or apply for a loan based on previous work or life experience.

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