You must complete university study before you can apply to the following programs.
To find programs that require you to complete college study before you can apply, view Collaborative University and College Programs.
Bachelor of Health Administration
Part Time: Degree Completion
Certified by the Association of University Programs in Health Administration
The Health Administration part-time degree program is designed to allow health practitioners to upgrade their education to the level of an undergraduate degree in theory and management of health services.
A key goal of the program is to develop the management and leadership capabilities of health practitioners who currently hold or in the future may hold entry level, or middle management responsibilities in health facilities or in the community.
Management skills and knowledge are developed within the context of a broad understanding of the needs and rights of clients and their communities, and the social, economic, political and ethical factors influencing rapid change in the health system.
Occupational Health and Safety
Bachelor of Applied Science
2-Year Option for University Graduates
This program is unique in Canada. It equips graduates for careers in Occupational Health and Safety, and positions may be found in public, private and service organizations throughout Canada. Upon graduation, graduates are eligible to apply for the examination and certification as a Canadian Registered Safety Technician (CRST). Following a period of work experience and an examination process, graduates may choose to pursue registration as a Registered Occupational Hygienist through the Canadian Registration Board of Occupational Hygienists, or to apply for certification as a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) through the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals.
Bachelor of Applied Science
2-Year Program for University Graduates
Program Accredited by the Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors
This program is designed to equip graduates for careers in a broad range of environmentally-related health fields, but in particular, for a career as an environmental health officer or public health inspector. Demand for graduates comes from across Canada. Regional and provincial health agencies continue to be major employers, but significant numbers of graduates establish careers with either public agencies or private companies.
Professional certification as an Environmental Health Officer or Public Health Inspector is a valued addition to a graduate's portfolio and is possible after successful completion of the degree plus a 12-week practicum and a certification examination.
Bachelor of Social Work
Full Time: Advanced Standing to Second Year
Part Time: Advanced Standing to Third Year
The program offers a combination of academic studies in social work, professionally-related courses, liberal studies and field practicum experiences. The curriculum focuses on anti-oppression, empowerment and structural perspectives on social work practice with individuals, families, groups and communities. Students and graduates are eligible for membership in the Ontario Association of Social Workers and the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers.
Urban and Regional Planning
2-Year Degree Completion
Recognized by the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) and the Ontario Professional Planners Institute (OPPI)
Accredited by the Professional Standards Board (PSB)
The program is designed to prepare students with substantive knowledge about cities and regions, and with thinking and problem-solving skills for career flexibility and lifelong learning. Our graduates become leaders who contribute to the community and the profession.
The program curriculum features a strong grounding in the planning process as applied in cities and regions. Students learn about other professions and disciplines which are closely related to planning such as architecture, landscape architecture, politics, economics, sociology, community development, geography, civil engineering and business. They also learn how planning is done in other cities and regions through 2 field trips built into the program, and opportunities for study abroad at 6 universities in Europe and Australia. Planning experience is gained through project-based studios and through field placements in planning and organizations and community agencies.