Do you have credits from previous post-secondary education within Ontario? Watch this how-to video to go step-by-step through Humber's Transfer Credit Database. Review your courses and begin your search today!
Please be sure to carefully follow the steps below to have your course(s) assessed. *This database is for reference only. Humber may accept or deny transfer credits from other postsecondary institutions based on our own academic guidelines. Courses are subject to minimum grade and currency (age) requirements. Please read FAQs below under "Want To Know More".
If you are applying for diploma to degree transfer credit, continue with steps below.
*Humber to Humber courses are not part of this database.
Please contact your Program Coordinator to inquire about course substitution if the courses are at the same credential level. Request that they create a Student Action Form( SAF) if the course substitution is approved and a Records Advisor will process your request.
Please note: For diploma to degree courses, please email email@example.com.
Students in this situation should complete a “Program Course Substitution Form.”
Conferred Degree Holders
You may qualify for an exemption from your first semester English course if you completed a degree at another postsecondary institution where English is the language of instruction. If this is the case, please fill out the application form found here.
Individual Transfer Credit
If you achieved a grade of 60% or above in an English course taken at a recognized postsecondary institution, you may also qualify for a Transfer Credit in your first semester diploma English course. If this is the case, please follow the transfer credit process.
Please note: Diploma to degree transfer credit is not eligible for English courses.
If the institution is outside of Canada, all documents must be translated (where necessary) and assessed for equivalency by one of the following:
Learn more by contacting a Student Mobility Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have completed math or statistics courses at the college or university level you may be eligible for transfer credits. Transfer credits are determined by the number of hours in the course you have completed (at least 42) and how well the learning outcomes of the course that you have taken match the learning outcomes of our math courses (which include four categories: general mathematics, business mathematics, technical mathematics, and statistics).
After you have read the information below, follow the Steps to the Application Process in Ready to Transfer Your Credits below.
The following course levels may be eligible for Math or Statistics course credit:
The following are not eligible for transferable credits:
Review the courses in your Humber program and compare them to post-secondary courses completed prior to Humber. You are welcome to apply to transfer elective courses and courses that are comparable to specific core courses in your Humber program. Use our Course Outline database above as a reference.
We will accept transcripts as follows:
We cannot accept transcripts that are sent directly from students
HUMBER COURSE OUTLINES
Check our database above for pre-approved courses in your Humber program. If you find an exact match, no course outline is required. Please ensure that your course outline is from the same academic year you took the course at your previous institution.
LOOKING FOR COURSE OUTLINES FROM ANOTHER INSTITUTION?
ONCAT's province-wide syllabi/outline index! As retrieval of course syllabi/outlines is a unique process at each institution, the user-friendly search provides a high level overview, unique weblinks, and any specific rules/procedures that may exist.
Transfer credit will be posted to your Academic Progress report on MyHumber as “IP” (in progress). If a transfer credit is approved, you will see “TRC” with a green check mark. Once a course is approved, you are responsible for dropping the course from your timetable.
Please refer to the Humber Academic Calendar for important course enrollment and withdrawal deadlines.
Grab 15 minutes with a transfer advisor to discuss your Transfer Credit(s), Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR), and Pathways.