Centennial College of Applied Arts and Technology is Toronto’s first public college and was established in 1966. Centennial is recognized as one of the most culturally diverse universities who’s philosophy is making education and students it’s first priority. The quality of student living at Centennial is one of the best in the area with it’s state of the art campus, and remarkable student housing located in the Toronto metropolitan area; you will always feel at home. Centennial also has several satellite campuses all located with the East York and Scarborough area.
Centennial values it’s students and with that in mind, makes educational resources easily accessed whether it’s online, or at the student services building. The professors at Centennial are always available to help with student growth as well as offering academic advice, and help with course material. In addition to helpful professors and faculty, Centennial offers a class schedule to fit any need for it’s students. Full-time and Part-time class schedules are available as well as morning, evening, weekend, and even online courses.
Centennial offers over 100 full-time courses and more than 160 part-time programs. Courses at Centennial focus hands on learning with lab instruction, opportunities for co-operative learning, and assistance with future job placement. Some of the courses offered at centennial include:
- Advertising and Marketing
- Auto body repair
- Broadcasting and Film
- Business Operations
- Communications and Media foundations
- Construction Management
- Early Childhood Education
- Enviromental Technology
- Financial Planning
- Hospitality Foundations
- Massage Therapy
- Motorcycle Technician
- Tourism and Travel
- Workplace Wellness and Health Promotion
Centennial offers many different courses in it’s schools of health, business, technology, arts as well as many others. Centennial college caters to it’s students needs to ensure the best educational experience and actively encourages students to attend different types of classes before they commit to a major.