College Programs by School of Study

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At Centennial College, students can choose from over 100 full-time college programs and 140 part-time college programs. These offerings are categorized by Schools of Study that include a wide range of options such as full-time, part-time, college and university preparation, joint programs, co-op, fast-track, degree, graduate certificate, apprenticeship, international education, distance learning, second career, and dual credit programs.

Let's take a look at the range of college programs in each School of Study at Centennial College.

School of Business: The college programs facilitated from the Business School number more than 30 with length ranging from one semester to three years. The School of Business combines a balance of college academic study with optional co-op, internship terms and work placement programs. Business college programs include: Business Administration, Businesses Operations, Accounting, Human Resources and more.

School of Communications, Media and Design: Grouped under this umbrella are college programs that concern themselves with creative studies. Students get to learn on a campus that is equipped with everything from arts studios for students of Fine Arts Studio and state of the art computer labs for those attending Game Art and Design or Graphic Design – Media to high-tech TV studios for those studying in college programs such as Journalism or Broadcasting and Film.

School of Community and Health Studies: As the name implies, this group of college programs concerns itself with training those who want to enter careers that will change lives. Whether, it is nursing a patient back to good health, developing young minds, protecting a community from harm or helping the workforce get fit and healthy, these college programs all fall under the School of Community and Health Studies. Simulated environments and state-of-the-art labs help students of college programs such as: Child and Youth Worker, Police Foundations, Massage Therapy and many others.

School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science (SETAS): This set of college programs teaches students new, leading-edge technologies and higher standards of innovation. SETAS departments consist of Applied Biological and Environmental Sciences, Information and Communication Engineering Technology or Advanced Manufacturing and Automation Technology (which includes Mathematics and Physics). Specific college programs in this area of study include: Architectural Technology, Electrical Engineering Technician, Computer Repair and Maintenance and many others.

School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culture: Last year, visitors made 19.6 million overnight trips to Canada; almost four million visited Toronto. As such, this set of college programs focuses on training students for areas that include: accommodation, food and beverage, transportation, travel services, and recreation and entertainment. Centennial College's hospitality college programs cover a full range of business practices in marketing, human resources, finance and industry operations — as applied to the entire hospitality and tourism field.

School of Transportation: Centennial College has over 3,000 apprentices in automotive, truck and coach, and modified apprenticeship college programs. Meanwhile, post-secondary diploma programs graduate over 400 students a year. Students can attend college programs in areas such as: automotive, aviation, heavy duty equipment, motorcycle, and truck and coach.

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In her article, Emma details each Centennial College School of Study and the College Programs associated with it.

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