PPDR partners with academic schools, the Registrar, and the International Centre to help maximize student mobility through well-designed pathways and articulation agreements.
Pathways are academic routes students may follow to move from one program or academic credential to another.
Inbound pathways include:
- Applying transfer credits or completed credentials from an outside institution into a Humber program
- Applying transfer credits or completed credentials from one Humber program into another Humber program
For inbound pathway policies and procedures, please see https://humber.ca/assets/files/pdfs/Academic_Regulations_2017_2018.pdf
Outbound pathway opportunities include:
- Inter-institutional agreements that allow for advanced standing based on course credits or completed credentials for current Humber students or graduates who wish to pursue further education at another Canadian or international postsecondary institution
Many such pathways can be found on the provincial portal found here:
Agreements are formal letters of agreement signed by both Humber and an external partner institution, whether provincial, national or international. Such transfer agreements spell out the exact terms under which a student can be guaranteed recognition of credits earned at Humber towards a credential program in the partner institution, or vice versa.
PPDR collaborates with schools to assess the learning outcomes achieved in specific programs and courses to determine suitable pathways between credentials, and to manage articulation and transfer agreements.