Humber degree students benefit from small class sizes, experienced faculty and a career-focused curriculum. Enhanced learning labs and facilities along with work-integrated learning experiences give students the confidence needed to launch their careers or further their education into postgraduate or master's level programs. Humber is a provincial leader in degree education in the Ontario college sector, with approximately one quarter of all students in college degree programs in the province studying at Humber.
Accounting, Bachelor of Commerce
Addictions and Mental Health, Bachelor of Social Science
Bachelor of Nursing - Regular - Second Entry
Behavioural Science, Bachelor of
Child and Youth Care, Bachelor of
Community Development, Bachelor of
Creative Advertising, Bachelor of
Creative and Professional Writing, Bachelor of
Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Social Science
Design, Bachelor of
Digital Business Management, Bachelor of Commerce
Digital Communications, Bachelor of
Engineering – Information Systems Engineering, Bachelor of
Engineering – Mechatronics, Bachelor of
Engineering – The Built Environment, Bachelor of
Fashion Management, Bachelor of Commerce
Film and Media Production, Bachelor of
Finance, Bachelor of Commerce
Healthcare Management, Bachelor of Commerce
Human Resources Management, Bachelor of Commerce
Industrial Design, Bachelor of
Interior Design, Bachelor of
International Business, Bachelor of Commerce
Journalism, Bachelor of
Management Studies, Bachelor of Commerce
Marketing, Bachelor of Commerce
Music, Bachelor of
Nursing, Bachelor of Science
Paralegal Studies, Bachelor of
Public Relations, Bachelor of
Supply Chain Management, Bachelor of Commerce
Workplace Health and Wellness, Bachelor of Health Sciences
Humber awards degree scholarships automatically to graduating high school students based on academic achievement. Some of the scholarships are renewable each year if you maintain an average of 80 per cent or higher.
|Academic Average||Award Amount Per Year|
|90 − 94.9%||$3,500 renewable|
|85 − 89.9%||$3,000 renewable|
|80 − 84.9%||$2,000 renewable|
|75 − 79.9%||$1,500 one time|
Ontario college certificate* graduates will receive $1,500
Two- and three-year diploma graduates will receive $2,500
All students who have achieved a cumulative program grade point average (GPA) of 80% or more upon graduation from their Ontario college certificate or diploma will be automatically awarded a one-time scholarship.
Humber awards degree scholarships to students entering any Humber bachelor’s’ degree program who have completed a one-year Ontario college certificate or two- or three-year diploma from a publicly-funded college in Ontario.
*Certificates do not include Ontario Graduate Certificates, Certificates of Achievement or Certificates of Completion.
Turn your diploma into a degree and see why Humber is the best fit.
Graduates from diploma programs in Ontario are eligible to apply to a Humber degree.
Graduates of a similar Ontario College diploma program can find related Humber degree pathways on Transfer Options.