Business is changing at a rapid pace, make sure you stay ahead of the curve. We offer all of the programs that you'll need to earn your credentials and continue to advance your career in business.Learn More
Work towards earning your credential one course at a time. Part-time courses are flexible and help you advance your career, on your timeline. Convenient class times, online, and distance learning make it easier to stay on top of your career in business.Learn More
Get credit where credit is due through the PLAR process. Prior Learning Assessment & Recognition (PLAR) is designed for people who have acquired significant knowledge and skills outside formal college classrooms.Learn More
Pursue Your Goals
We understand the importance of flexibility in helping students pursue their academic goals. We provide classes during times that are convenient for people juggling work and life responsibilities. Online and distance learning are convenient options for studying from your local coffee shop or your living room.
An online learning course is one you take without physically meeting a teacher in a classroom on campus. Online courses may be semester-based with specific start and end dates or may have a timeline based on the date of your enrolment.
In-Class Faculty of Business continuing education courses are offered at Humber's North Campus with a selection of courses now being offered at Lakeshore Campus.
We give you options to get the credentials you need to advance your career. Part-time courses help you advance your career, on your time, through the acquisition of additional skills. Your employer might even offer tuition reimbursement for your continuing education.
First Cohort of HR Bridging Program Participants Graduate
Thu, November 01, 2018
The Business School CE department is proud to celebrate the graduation of the first cohort of the HR Bridging program, in partnership with INDUS.
The HR bridging program was designed to assist HR professionals who recently arrived in Canada with navigating Canadian HR practices, laws, and regulations in order to continue their career as HR professionals here in Canada. This partnership began in the spring of 2018 and officially launched in September. The partnership is currently in year one of a three-year agreement to provide bridging programs to recent immigrants.
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