TORONTO, ONTARIO - Humber College and New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) have entered into a five-year articulation agreement to meet growing demands for student mobility.
The agreement between the Colleges will facilitate the transfer of NBCC students with advanced standing into Humber’s Bachelor of Social Science –Criminal Justice degree. In particular:
- Successful graduates of NBCC’s Criminal Justice: Police Foundations program will be able to enter Year 3 of the degree; and
- Successful graduates of NBCC’s Criminal Justice: Corrections program will be able to enter Year 2, Semester 4 of the degree.
“Humber is committed to increasing student mobility and working with partner institutions to offer more choice and flexibility,” said Chris Whitaker, president and CEO, Humber College. “We look forward to working with NBCC to provide more students with the opportunity to pursue degree-level education in the field of Criminal Justice.”
Humber’s Bachelor of Social Science –Criminal Justice degree program will provide students with an understanding of the criminal justice system, why crime occurs and how best to respond to crime on both a societal and individual level.
“As we help our learners prepare for the changing demographics and workforce disruption of today’s economy, it’s more important than ever that we provide them with the flexibility to layer their learning to support their personal and professional development, throughout their careers,” said Mary Butler, President and CEO of NBCC. “We’re pleased to enter into this agreement with Humber College and look forward to partnering with them in the future to benefit students of both Colleges.
NBCC’s Criminal Justice programs provide learners with the skills required for careers in law enforcement and security. Curriculum includes courses in Canadian law, the criminal justice system, mental health, psychology, interpersonal behaviour and sociology.
Humber’s degree curriculum combines both theory and applied skills, providing the range of knowledge and experience students need to meet the demands of working in this field. Emphasis is placed on understanding the perspectives of offenders, front-line professionals, administrators, the community and others who are in contact with the criminal justice system.
About Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning
Humber College is focused on our students’ future. As a global leader in polytechnic education, Humber students receive in-depth theoretical learning and hands-on experience with applied research and extensive industry connections. Humber provides career-focused education to more than 33,000 full-time and 23,000 part-time and continuing education students across three campuses. A comprehensive range of credentials including honours undergraduate degrees, Ontario graduate certificates, diplomas, apprenticeships and certificates, prepare career-ready global citizens to move seamlessly from education to employment. More than 86 per cent of Humber graduates are employed within six months of completing their studies. Visit humber.ca.
With six campuses across New Brunswick, NBCC contributes to New Brunswick’s social and economic prosperity by supporting the aspirations of individual learners, seizing the opportunities of the labour market, and collaboratively solving the challenges of communities and industry. In addition to more than 90 certificate and diploma programs, NBCC also provides specialized and customized training to meet the needs of specific sectors and communities. Find out more information on NBCC programs by visiting: www.nbcc.ca.
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