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CENT Code: 6422                                      CAREERS                                             PROGRAM OUTLINE




                                                                                                                                                                         Post-secondary Programs
14 months                                            The games industry offers many exciting career      Semester 1
Credential: Ontario College Diploma                  opportunities for graduates of our program.         CO-109        Drawing for 3D Modeling
Start: Fall                                          Become job-ready and qualified for any of the                       and Animation
                                                                                                         GAME-101      Game Theory and Story Development*
Campus: The Centre for                               following positions:                                GAME-102      Intro to 3D Software*
    Creative Communications                          • game animator                                     GAME-103      Intro to Unreal Engine and Editor*
thecentre.centennialcollege.ca                       • character designer                                COMM-160/161 College Communications 1/(ESL)**
gamedesign@centennialcollege.ca                      • environment artist                                 OR
                                                                                                         COMM- 170/171 College Communications 2/(ESL)**
                                                     • level designer
                                                                                                         GNED-173      Program Mandated GNED
                                                     • 3D modeler/texture artist
                                                                                                         Semester 2
Interactive gaming is the most rapidly expanding     ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS                              GAME-121           Environment Art Design*
area of the entertainment industry. Centennial’s                                                         GAME-122           Game Character Design*
                                                     Centennial College expects students applying for    GAME-123           Game Animation*
Game Design and Development program can
                                                     admission to certificate or diploma programs to     COMM-170/171       College Communications 2*
prepare you for a career in this dynamic industry,                                                       ELECT              General Education
                                                     present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School
as an animator, character modeler, environment
                                                     Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of      Semester 3
artist, level designer, story developer or texture                                                       CO-428             Integrated Media Course
                                                     age or older. Possession of minimum admission
artist.                                                                                                  GAME-201           Final Group Project*
                                                     requirements does not guarantee admission to
                                                                                                         GNED-500           Global Citizenship: From Social
Work, play and learn! Our classroom is modeled       the program.                                                             Analysis to Social Action
after a real world production environment, and
                                                     Academic Requirements                               Semester 4
our curriculum is created and taught by gaming                                                           GAME-221           Field Placement*
                                                     • compulsory English 12C or U skills assessment
industry leading professionals. Learn the skills                                                         	*		Minimum	C	grade	required.
                                                       or equivalent
you need to succeed in this industry, and develop                                                        **Students	will	be	placed	in	the	appropriate	English	level	
                                                     Non-academic Requirements                               based	on	skills	assessment	results.
a demo reel of your work to showcase your
abilities to future employers.                       • Program admission session may be required         Note:	Students	are	responsible	for	obtaining	their	own	field	
                                                     • portfolio assessment                              placement.
Our small class sizes enable students to receive       - A portfolio is a demonstration of your
an exceptional amount of one-on-one attention.           creativity and ability to communicate
Our program also offers qualified students an            visually. Portfolio pieces may include: life
opportunity to gain valuable work experience             drawings, sketches, paintings, sculptures or
through a field placement at a 3D studio.                digitally produced artwork.
                                                       - Preference will be given to applicants that
BENEFITS:                                                can demonstrate some familiarity with one
• receive instruction from industry professionals        or more graphics applications such as
  who are as passionate about gaming as you              Photoshop, Illustrator, 3DS Max or Maya.
• gain valuable experience and industry contacts         Applicants that do not submit digital
  through studio visits, industry events and field       artwork will be tested to determine their
  placement                                              level of computer proficiency.
• small class sizes allow you to get several hours     - Select 10-15 pieces of your best work to
  of one-on-one help with each project                   submit. Presentation should be neat and
• a hands-on approach to learning in labs                simple, not distracting from the work itself.
  simulates a real-world production setting
                                                     For information on the admission process,
                                                     please see p.14.
   84                                       Graphic Design – Media
                                            CENT Code: 6420                                        The Graphic Design – Media program will                 - Show some work that demonstrates your
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                                            5 semesters                                            enhance your abilities to:                                ability and interest in graphic design.
                                            Credential: Ontario College                            • develop and implement solutions to problems           - Include colour integrated designs created
                                                Advanced Diploma                                     encountered in all phases of the graphic                in digital illustration and digital imaging
                                            Start: Fall                                              design process                                          applications. Include a short research paper
                                            Campus: The Centre for                                 • create visual communications through the                about your design philosophy and field of
                                                Creative Communications                              application of design theories and principles to        interest.
                                            thecentre@centennialcollege.ca                           develop effective design solutions                    - Present originals. If work is too large to
                                                                                                   • apply typographic skills and knowledge to               transport, you may present photographs.
                                                                                                     create effective visual communications                - Present mounted or framed work in your
                                                                                                   • use a variety of technologies to create, capture        portfolio case. Please number all pieces in
                                            The Graphic Design – Media program prepares
                                                                                                     and manipulate design elements in producing             your portfolio
                                            students for a career in today’s innovative and
                                                                                                     a final product                                     • English proficiency will be considered in the
                                            multi-faceted commercial design industry.
                                                                                                   • communicate effectively, credibly and                 admissions process.
                                            The program focuses on design for print,                 accurately with clients, supervisors, coworkers
                                                                                                                                                         For information on the admission process,
                                            combined with additional skills in motion                and target audiences by using a variety of
                                                                                                                                                         please see p.14.
                                            graphics, enabling flexible career opportunities.        media
                                            Students will integrate knowledge of visual            • apply effective business practices and project      Note:	It	is	recommended	that	students	applying	to	the	Graphic	
                                                                                                                                                         Design	–	Media	program	have	a	certificate	from	Centennial’s	
                                            graphics with creative communications strategies         management skills appropriate to your               Art	and	Design	Foundation	Studies	program	or	its	equivalent,	
                                            for editorial design, corporate identity, packaging,     position in the graphic design field                or	equivalent	work	experience.
                                            illustration and project management.                   • produce effective design solutions in motion
                                                                                                     graphics by using effective communication           PROGRAM OUTLINE
                                            Our curriculum emphasizes creative problem               and multidisciplinary problem-solving               Semester 1
                                            solving skills and the ability to deliver effective                                                          GMD-101            Design Process 1
                                            design solutions for corporate clients.                                                                      GMD-102            Drawing in Graphic Communication
                                                                                                   OPPORTUNITIES                                         GMD-103            Two-Dimensional Design & Typography
                                            As the contemporary commercial design world            Our graduates launch new careers with:                GMD-104            Integrated Digital Application 1
                                            becomes more integrated, competitive and                                                                     COMM-170/171       College Communications 2/(ESL)*
                                                                                                   • design and advertising companies                    ELECT              General Education
                                            collaborative, the program develops graduates          • magazine design firms                               GNED-173           Social History of Design
                                            with multidisciplinary design skills, enabling you     • packaging design studios                            Semester 2
                                            to succeed in today’s diverse and multi-faceted        • marketing and communications agencies               GMD-121            Design Process 2
                                            design industry.                                       • publishing companies                                GMD-122            Intro to Advertising & Copywriting
                                                                                                   • newspaper departments                               GMD-123            Editorial 1
                                            Students will work directly with internal and                                                                GMD-124            Corporate Identity 1
                                            external clients on projects, simulating the           • TV production facilities                            GMD-125            Packaging 1
                                            workplace demands of the industry in a practical                                                             GMD-126            Integrated Digital Application 2
                                                                                                   ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS                                GMD-127            Print Production
                                            approach.
                                                                                                   Centennial College expects students applying for      Semester 3
                                            The final semester will incorporate a four             admission to certificate or diploma programs to       GMD-201            Design Process 3
                                            month full-time industry field placement in the        present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School        GMD-202            Editorial 2
                                            commercial design industry.                            Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of        GMD-203            Corporate Identity 2
                                                                                                                                                         GMD-204            Packaging 2
                                                                                                   age or older. Possession of minimum admission
                                                                                                                                                         GMD-205            Integrated Digital Application 3
                                            BENEFITS                                               requirements does not guarantee admission to          GNED-500           Global Citizenship: From Social
                                            The combination of multidisciplinary design skills     the program.                                                               Analysis to Social Action
                                            and practical experience will set graduates apart                                                            Semester 4
                                                                                                   Academic Requirements
                                            from the competition. Our graduates will be more                                                             GMD-221            Illustration Workshop
                                                                                                   • compulsory English 12C or U, or skills              GMD-222            Multimedia for Graphic Designers
                                            flexible and their design solutions will be more
                                                                                                     assessment, or equivalent                           GMD-223            Motion Graphics 1
                                            effective than solutions of those without this
                                                                                                                                                         GMD-224            Professional Practice
                                            experience.                                            Non-academic Requirements
                                                                                                                                                         GMD-225            Portfolio Workshop
                                                                                                   • Program admission session                           COMM-180           College Communications 3
                                            Centennial College is formally recognized by
                                                                                                   • portfolio requirements                              Semester 5
                                            the Association of Registered Graphic Designers
                                                                                                     - Select up to 15 pieces of your original           GMD-301            Motion Graphics 2
                                            of Ontario (RGD Ontario) which represents
                                                                                                       work in art and design. Sketchbook should         GMD-302            Field Placement
                                            more than 3,000 graphic designers, managers,
                                                                                                       demonstrate your problem-solving and              *	Students	will	be	placed	in	the	appropriate	English	level	based	
                                            educators and students across Ontario.                                                                         on	skills	assessment	results.
                                                                                                       creative process. Present work in variety of
                                                                                                       media, materials and techniques. Include          Note:	Students	are	responsible	for	obtaining	their	own	field	
                                                                                                                                                         placement.
                                                                                                       three drawings from direct observation,
                                                                                                       such as figure drawing, portrait and still-life
Pre-Health – Health Foundations (For ESL Learners)                                                                                                                    85

CENT Code: 9310                                       BENEFITS                                            SPECIFIC HEALTH PROGRAM




                                                                                                                                                                     Post-secondary Programs
1 year/2 semesters                                    • needs of adult and ESL students are               ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Start: Fall, Winter                                     acknowledged and supported
Credential: Ontario College Certificate               • experienced, caring and supportive faculty        PRACTICAL NURSING
Campus: Centennial HP Science                         • collaborative teaching approaches by faculty      Please see pages 112 and 113 for admission
    and Technology Centre                               members who have expertise in both health         requirements for the Practical Nursing program.
                                                        concepts and ESL
                                                      • learning activities will emphasize the            PHARMACy TECHNICIAN
The Health Foundations program is an academic           development of reading, writing, listening and    Please see page 110 for admission requirements
pathway for English-as-a-Second Language (ESL)          speaking skills                                   for the Pharmacy Technician program.
students who wish to continue post-secondary          • students who successfully complete both
education into college health programs in which         semesters of Health Foundations will proceed      BRIDGING TO UNIvERSITy NURSING
English fluency (reading, writing, listening and        to take COMM-171 in their health program          (For Registered Practical Nurses or
speaking) is a professional requirement for safe                                                          Internationally-educated Nurses [IENs])
practice.                                             ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS                              College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) letter of
                                                      Centennial College expects students applying for    theoretical/practice requirements for diploma
This academic pathway will assist students in
                                                      admission to certificate or diploma programs to     IENs and exam eligibility for baccalaureate
enhancing communication skills necessary for
                                                      present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School      equivalent IENs.
the development of professional relationships
                                                      Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of
within the workplace. Students will also learn
                                                      age or older. Possession of minimum admission       PROGRAM OUTLINE
the health terminology utilized within Canadian
                                                      requirements does not guarantee admission to        Semester 1
health care settings. This Pre-health program will
                                                      the program.                                        ANAT-119         Introduction to Anatomy and
enable students to continue into the professional                                                                            Physiology 1*
health program of their choice, including Practical   Academic Requirements                               HCFD-104         Terminology for Health Care
Nursing, Bridging to University Nursing and           • compulsory English 12C or U, or skills                               Professionals*
Pharmacy Technician.                                    assessment, or equivalent                         ENGL-162         Writing within a Health Care Context 1*
                                                      • math 11U or M, or 12C or U, or equivalent         ENGL-164         Communication within Professional
                                                                                                                             Relationships*
                                                      • biology 11C, M or U, or 12C, M or U, or
                                                                                                          GNED-066         Speaking and Listening for North
                                                        equivalent                                                           American Health Professionals
                                                      • one from the following sciences: 11C, M or U,     Semester 2
                                                        or 12C, M or U chemistry, physics or equivalent   ANAT-129         Introduction to Anatomy and
                                                                                                                             Physiology 2*
                                                      Non-academic Requirements                           HCFD-124         Terminology for Health Care
                                                      • science requirement must have been achieved                          Professionals 2*
                                                        within seven years of the program start date      ENGL-163         Writing within a Health Care Context 2*
                                                      • English proficiency will be considered in the     ENGL-165         Communication within Professional
                                                                                                                             Relationships 2*
                                                        admissions process
                                                                                                          ENGL-166         Introduction to Health Care Literature*
                                                      For information on the admission process,           GNED-067         Speaking and Listening for Health
                                                      please see p.14.                                                       Professionals*
                                                                                                          *Minimum	C	grade	required.
                                                      You must meet all admission requirements for the
                                                      specific program you wish to pursue following
                                                      the completion of the Health Foundations
                                                      program.
   86                                       Health Informatics Technology
                                            CENT Code: 3518 (co-op)                             CO-OP OPTION                                          PROGRAM OUTLINE
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                                                          3508 (non-co-op)                      This program offers an optional co-op
                                                                                                                                                      Semester 1
                                            3 years/6 semesters                                 component. Academically-qualified students            COMP-100           Programming I
                                            Accelerated Version: 1 year                         enhance their education by working three terms        COMP-120           Software Engineering Fundamentals
                                            Credential: Ontario College                         as paid employees in the field. The experience not    COMP-122           Introduction to Database Concepts
                                                                                                                                                      MATH-175           Functions and Number Systems
                                                Advanced Diploma                                only allows you to put classroom learning into
                                                                                                                                                      COMM-170/171       College Communications 2/(ESL)*
                                            Start: Fall, Winter                                 practice, but also provides valuable contacts for     GNED-119/
                                            Campus: Centennial HP Science                       future careers.                                        GESL-119          Introduction to Canadian Business
                                                and Technology Centre                                                                                 Semester 2
                                            is@centennialcollege.ca                             BENEFITS                                              COMP-123           Programming II
                                                                                                • option of one-year paid co-op experience            COMP-213           Web Interface Design
                                                                                                                                                      COMP-225           Software Engineering Methodologies I
                                                                                                • courses delivered using leading-edge                CNET-124           Networking Technologies
                                            This Advanced Diploma in Health Informatics           technology geared to industry standards             MATH-185           Discrete Mathematics
                                            Technology will incorporate knowledge of            • technical electives and project-based learning      ELECT              General Education
                                            both information technology and health care         • knowledgeable and approachable faculty with         Semester 3
                                            systems. The skills acquired by the graduates         diverse business experience and academic            COMP-214           Advanced Database Concepts
                                                                                                  credentials                                         COMP-228           Java Programmming
                                            will enable them to design, develop, modify,                                                              COMP-229           Advanced WEB Application
                                            and test software for health care applications.     • diploma earned is recognized in Canada and                               Development
                                            The graduates from this program will be able          abroad, reflecting high standards of learning       MATH-210           Statistics and Research Methods
                                            to analyze and model data, develop health care                                                            ENGL-253           Advanced Business Communications
                                                                                                CAREERS                                               GNED-500           Global Citizenship: From Social
                                            databases, apply different computer medical-                                                                                   Analysis to Social Action*
                                                                                                Graduates from the Health Informatics
                                            imaging techniques, use tools, algorithms                                                                 COOP-221           Employment Preplacement**
                                                                                                Technology program will typically obtain entry-
                                            and health informatics methods for hospitals,                                                                                  (program 3518 only)
                                                                                                level positions in various clinical, research and
                                            schools, health care agencies, and public health                                                          COOP-222           Co-op Work Term 1
                                                                                                educational environments. The skills gained in
                                            departments. The coursework will emphasize                                                                Semester 4
                                                                                                this program will allow them to develop, modify,
                                            object-oriented software design methodologies,                                                            COMP-212           Programming III
                                                                                                test and implement program code for health care       COMP-246           Object Oriented Software Engineering
                                            user-oriented interface design, structure of
                                                                                                applications. They will also be able to analyze and   COMP-301           UNIX/LINUX Operating Systems
                                            health care information systems, telehealth,
                                                                                                model data and develop health care databases          COMP-311           Software Testing and Quality
                                            data security and privacy in health care systems,                                                                              Assurance
                                                                                                for hospitals, schools, health care agencies, and
                                            C#, Java, J2EE, Oracle, MS-SQL Server, Unix/                                                              CNET-229           Introduction to Business and ICT
                                                                                                public health departments. With the demand for        ELECT              General Education
                                            Linux, Microsoft’s .NET, HTML/XML, Rational/
                                                                                                these tools by province, federal, and international
                                            WebSphere, Data warehousing and Data mining,                                                              COOP-331           Co-op Work Term 2
                                                                                                agencies, a career in health informatics can take
                                            and BI tools in health care systems, etc.                                                                 Semester 5
                                                                                                them where they want to go.
                                                                                                                                                      COMP-231        Software Development Project I
                                            To underscore the applied focus of the                                                                    COMP-321        Systems Integration
                                                                                                The graduates of our software diplomas in the
                                            curriculum, the program will include two                                                                  COMP-380        Structure of HCIS
                                                                                                past were hired by organizations like:
                                            software development projects in the field of                                                             COMP-381        Tools, Algorithms & Methods for HCIS
                                            health informatics. These real world business       • Ontario health networks                             CNET-307        IT Project Management
                                                                                                • Ontario hospitals                                   Choice of ONE TECHNICAL ELECTIVE***
                                            applications require learners to utilize all the
                                            technical, systems, and business skills gained      • software development companies                      COOP-332           Co-op Work Term 3
                                            during their studies.                                                                                     Semester 6
                                                                                                ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS                                COMP-309        Data Warehousing and Data Mining
                                                                                                Centennial College expects students applying for                        in HCIS
                                            Accelerated Specialization
                                                                                                admission to certificate or diploma programs to       COMP-313        Software Development Project II
                                            The program offers a second entry point, in                                                               COMP-382        Computer Techniques in Medical
                                                                                                present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School
                                            the fifth semester, for graduates of Computer                                                                               Imaging
                                                                                                Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of        COMP-383        Data Security and Privacy Policies in
                                            Programmer/Analyst diploma programs or for
                                                                                                age or older. Possession of minimum admission                           HCIS
                                            those who have finished a similar education from
                                                                                                requirements does not guarantee admission to          COMP-384        Telehealth
                                            other institutions.                                                                                       EMPS-102        Employment Skills II
                                                                                                the program.
                                                                                                                                                                        (program 3508 only)
                                            The Computer Programmer/Analyst program             Academic Requirements                                 Choice of ONE TECHNICAL ELECTIVE***
                                            is a fully CIPS accredited program. The new         • compulsory English 12C or U or skills               	 *	Students	will	be	placed	in	the	appropriate	English	level	
                                            HIT program is a superset of the former                                                                         based	on	skills	assessment	results.	Students	in	two-	or	
                                                                                                  assessment, or equivalent                                 three-year	programs	must	complete	GNED-500	as	part	of	
                                            CPA program and will go through the CIPS            • math 11M or U, or 12C or U, or skills                     their	general	education	requirements.
                                            accreditation process with the first HIT              assessment, or equivalent.                          	 **	Minimum	of	80	per	cent	of	Year	1	courses,	a	minimum	C	
                                            graduates in 2010.                                                                                              grade	in	COMM-170/171,	and	a	GPA	of	2.5	or	greater	for	
                                                                                                For information on the admission process,                   COOP-221.
                                                                                                please see p.14.                                      *
                                                                                                                                                      	 **	See	TECHNICAL	ELECTIVES	list	as	provided	by	the	dept:
                                                                                                                                                      Notes:	
                                                                                                                                                      1.	 Minimum	C	grade	average	required	for	graduation.
                                                                                                                                                      2.	 The	dynamic	curriculum	presented	here	will	be	revised	
                                                                                                                                                          as	appropriate	to	retain	its	currency.	Internal	curriculum	
                                                                                                                                                          development/review	is	ongoing.
Heavy Duty Equipment Technician                                                                                                                                                 87

CENT Code: 8205 (co-op)                              BENEFITS                                              PROGRAM OUTLLINE




                                                                                                                                                                               Post-secondary Programs
2 years/6 semesters                                  • combination of in-school theory and lab             Semester 1 – Level 1 (Cv)
Credential: Ontario College Diploma                    experience                                          DACV-101       Trade Practices
Start: Fall                                          • facilities in Ontario’s largest transportation      DACV-102       Engine Systems
                                                                                                           DACV-105       Drive Train Systems
Campus: Ashtonbee                                      training centre – Ashtonbee campus                  DACV-106       Brake Systems
sot@centennialcollege.ca                             • completion of both in-school apprenticeship         DACV-107       Electrical Systems
                                                       curriculum and Ontario College Diploma              DACV-108       Fuel Systems
                                                     • advanced vocational and motive power                DACV-109       Fluid Power Systems
                                                                                                           GNED-126       Occupational Health & Safety
                                                       business related courses
CO-OP APPRENTICESHIP                                 • on-the-job experience in a paid co-op               Semester 2 – Level 2 (Heavy Duty EETII)
This program will prepare students for exciting                                                            DAHD-201       Fluid Power Systems
                                                       placement                                           DAHD-205       Trade Practices
futures as skilled professionals in the heavy                                                              DAHD-206       Engine Systems
equipment field. The in-school training, combined    CAREERS                                               DAHD-207       Electrical/Electronics Systems
with practical on-the-job experience gained in       Successful students will qualify for careers in the   DAHD-208       Fuel Systems
the co-op work placement provides an excellent                                                             DAHD-209       Brake Systems
                                                     heavy equipment sector such as:                       DAHD-210       Drive Train Systems
start to an apprenticeship.                                                                                COMM-160/161 College Communications 1/(ESL)*
                                                     •   heavy duty equipment technician
Successful students will earn an Ontario College                                                           COOP-221       Employment Pre-placement
                                                     •   service writer/coordinator
Diploma, will have eight months of practical,        •   service manager                                   Semesters 3 & 4 Co-op Placement
on-the-job, co-op training at a heavy equipment      •   college teacher/industry training instructor      Semester 5 – Level 3 (Heavy Duty EETIII)
facility and complete their entire Ontario           •   equipment company representative                  BUSN-221       Organizational Behaviour
                                                                                                           DAHD-301       Fluid Power Systems
Apprenticeship in-school curriculum within two
                                                                                                           DAHD-305       Trade Practices
years. In addition, students will take courses in    ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS                                DAHD-307       Electrical/Electronics Systems
advanced electrical/electronics, logistics, plus     Centennial College expects students applying          DAHD-309       Brakes
hoisting and rigging only available at Centennial.                                                         DAHD-501       Heavy Equipment Logistics
                                                     for admission to certificate or diploma programs
                                                                                                           COMM-170/171 College Communications 2/(ESL)*
To complete this program, students will spend        to present at minimum an Ontario Secondary            GNED-500       Signature Learning Experience
the first eight months in school, eight months       School Diploma (OSSD) or General Educational          Semester 6 – Level 3 (Heavy Duty EETIII)
in co-op as a registered apprentice and a final      Development (GED) or equivalent. Possession           DACO-611       Fixed Operations Management
eight months in school. As part of the in-school     of minimum admission requirements does not            DAHD-306       Engine Systems
                                                     guarantee admission to the program.                   DAHD-308       Fuel Systems
curriculum, students will train on heavy duty
                                                                                                           DAHD-310       Drive Train
equipment assemblies in fully-equipped heavy                                                               DAHD-604       Alternate Fuels
duty equipment labs. Students will focus on          Non-academic Requirements                             DAHD-607       Advanced Electronics Control
applied mechanics, vehicle dynamics as well as       • satisfactory results in a program admission                          Systems Diagnosis
component design and repair as it applies to the       session                                             DAHD-612       Hoisting and Rigging Technology
                                                     • experience and mechanical aptitude                  ELECT          General Education
apprenticeship curriculum. In addition, students
will take courses in business, English and general   • resumé                                              *	Students	will	be	placed	in	the	appropriate	English	level	based	
                                                                                                             on	skills	assessment	results.	
education.                                           • English proficiency will be considered in the
                                                       admission process                                   Pending APProvAl
                                                     For information on the admission process,
                                                     please see p.14.
   88                                       Hospitality Management – Food and Beverage (Catering)
                                            CENT Code: 1808                                      A MATTER OF DEGREE                                    ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
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                                            2 year/4 semesters                                   Qualified graduates may be eligible to                Centennial College expects students applying for
                                            Credential: Ontario College Diploma                  participate in an articulated program with            admission to certificate or diploma programs to
                                            Start: Fal, Winterl                                  selected universities, institutes, and professional   present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School
                                            Campus: Progress                                     associations. These partnerships allow students to    Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of
                                            hospitality@centennialcollege.ca                     apply academic credit towards further study.          age or older. Possession of minimum admission
                                                                                                                                                       requirements does not guarantee admission to
                                                                                                 Our partners are:
                                                                                                                                                       the program.
                                                                                                 • Athabasca University
                                            Centennial College’s two-year Food & Beverage                                                              Academic Requirements
                                                                                                 • International Hotel Management Institute
                                            Management diploma program will prepare                                                                    • compulsory English 12C or U skills assessment,
                                                                                                   (Switzerland)
                                            you for a challenging and rewarding career in                                                                or equivalent
                                                                                                 • Malaspina University-College, B.C.
                                            restaurant operations management. Statistics
                                                                                                 • Ryerson University                                  For information on the admission process,
                                            Canada recently reported that 435,000, mostly
                                                                                                 • University of Calgary                               please see p. 14.
                                            young Canadians, are employed in Canada’s
                                                                                                 • University of New Brunswick
                                            63,000 restaurants.                                                                                        PROGRAM OUTLINE
                                                                                                 • Royal Roads University, B.C.
                                                                                                 • University of Guelph                                Semester 1 (PS-1)
                                            BENEFITS                                                                                                   HTAP-102       Introduction to Hospitality Accounting
                                            • while studying at Centennial you’ll gain           CAREERS                                               HTAP-157       Sanitation, Safety and Hygiene
                                              hands-on industry experience                       Many of Centennial’s corporate and business           HTAP-153       Practical Math for Hospitality
                                            • on-campus student training restaurant                                                                    KMGT-100       Quantity Food Production
                                                                                                 partners in this program will hire students during
                                                                                                                                                       KMGT-101       Theory of Food
                                            • on-campus hospitality management centre            or after periods of work experience.                  KMGT-103       Supervisory Practices for the
                                            • lab practice facilities                                                                                                   Kitchen Manager
                                                                                                 Our industry partners include:
                                            • flexible course schedule                                                                                 COMM160/161 College Communications 1/(ESL)
                                                                                                 • Cara                                                GNED-160       Customer Service
                                            • courses covering business practices in
                                                                                                 • Darden Restaurants – Red Lobster                    Semester 2 (PS-2)
                                              accounting, purchasing, human resources,
                                                                                                 • Prime Restaurants                                   HOTL-152       Human Resources and Career Planning
                                              supervision and cost control
                                                                                                 • Shoeless Joes                                       KMGT-104       Purchasing for the Commercial Kitchen
                                            • practical experience with some of Canada’s                                                               KMGT-200       Food Production, Practical Supervision
                                                                                                 • The Keg
                                              largest restaurant companies through our                                                                 KMGT-201       Foodservice Cost Control
                                                                                                 • Sircorp                                             KMGT-299       Field Placement – Kitchen Manager
                                              two days a week placement
                                                                                                 • Cruise Lines                                        COMM170/171 College Communications 2/(ESL)
                                            • certifications include the Smart Serve program
                                                                                                 • Hotels.                                             Semester 3 (PS-3)
                                              and the National Sanitation Training Certificate
                                                                                                                                                       FBMP-202       Menu Management & Design
                                                                                                                                                       FBMP-203       Cuisines of Diverse Cultures
                                                                                                                                                       HTAP-151       Beverage Knowledge and Bartending
                                                                                                                                                       HTAP-201       Principles of Hospitality Management
                                                                                                                                                       GNED-500       Global Citizenship: From Social
                                                                                                                                                                        Analysis to Social Action
                                                                                                                                                       ELECT          General Education
                                                                                                                                                       Semester 4 (PS-4)
                                                                                                                                                       FBMP-251       Sales & Marketing for the Food and
                                                                                                                                                                        Beverage Industry
                                                                                                                                                       FBMP-252       Hospitality Industry Issues
                                                                                                                                                       FBMP-253       Dining Room Management
                                                                                                                                                       FBMP-254       Field Placement Food & Beverage
                                                                                                                                                                        Management
                                                                                                                                                       HTAP-200       Advanced Hospitality Accounting

                                                                                                                                                       This program is endorsed by
Hospitality Management – Hotel & Resort                                                                                                                            89

CENT Code: 1807                                       A MATTER OF DEGREE                                    PROGRAM OUTLINE




                                                                                                                                                                  Post-secondary Programs
2 year/4 semesters                                    Qualified graduates may be eligible to                Semester 1 (PS-1)
Credential: Ontario College Diploma                   participate in an articulated program with            HOTL-154       International Hotel and Resort
Start: Fall, Winter, Summer                           selected universities, institutes, and professional                    Management
                                                                                                            HTAP-100       Kitchen & Dining Room Practices
Campus: Progress                                      associations. These partnerships allow students to    HTAP-151       Beverage Knowledge & Bartending
hospitality@centennialcollege.ca                      apply academic credit towards further study.          HTAP-157       Sanitation, Safety & Hygiene
                                                      Our partners are:                                     KMGT-101       Theory of Food
                                                                                                            COMM-160/161 College Communications/(ESL)
                                                      • Athabasca University                                ELECT          General Education
This program is designed for people planning          • International Hotel Management Institute
                                                                                                            Semester 2 (PS-2)
to build their futures in the accommodation              (Switzerland)                                      HOTL-102       Front Office Operations
industry. In Canada there are 8,287 hotels,           • Malaspina University-College, B.C.                  HOTL-151       Hospitality Managerial Accounting
motels, Inns and resorts with 437,818 rooms           • Ryerson University                                  HOTL-152       Human Resources & Career Planning
employing 378,000 people that generated               • University of Calgary                               HTAP-154       Hospitality & Tourism Marketing
revenues of almost $17.9 billion in 2006.                                                                   COMM-170/171 College Communications/(ESL)
                                                      • University of New Brunswick                         GNED-500       Global Citizenship: From Social
Centennial’s Hotel & Resort program admits            • Royal Roads University, B.C.                                         Analysis to Social Action
students at three points during the year              • University of Guelph                                Semester 3 (PS-3)
(September, January and May), allowing students                                                             HOTL-202       Meeting & Events Management
                                                      CAREERS                                                                Practicum
to complete the two year program in 16 months.
                                                      Graduates find careers throughout the                 HOTL-203       Hotel Sales and Marketing
Courses cover a full range of business practices in                                                         HOTL-205       Housekeeping & Facilities
                                                      accommodation industry which may lead
marketing, human resources, finance and industry                                                                             Management
                                                      to general management, human resources                HOTL-206       Hotel & Resort Food & Beverage
operations as applied to the accommodation
                                                      management, and sales & marketing                                      Management
industry.
                                                      management. Successful graduates are working          HTAP-201       Principles of Hospitality Management
You will gain valuable work experience through        at all levels of employment and management            HTAP-304       Hospitality Law & Security
an individualized industry placement, designed                                                              ELECT          General Education
                                                      in the accommodation industry.
to provide a practical foundation for your career.                                                          Semester 4 (PS-4)
                                                      Organizations hiring our graduates include:           HOTL-251       Field Placement Review
Many students on placement continue on as full
                                                      • Delta Hotels                                        HOTL-253       Customer Relationship Management
time employees after graduation.                                                                            HOTL-299       Hotel & Resort Field Placement
                                                      • Fairmont Hotels
BENEFITS                                              • Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts
• four days per week industry placement               • InterContinental Hotels
  for 15 weeks                                        • Marriott Hotels
• operational lab practice facilities                 • Starwood Hotels
• full service student operated                       • Hyatt Hotels
  restaurant: Horizons                                ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
• modern continually updated computer labs            Centennial College expects students applying for
• on-site conference centre                           admission to certificate or diploma programs to
                                                      present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School
                                                      Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of
                                                      age or older. Possession of minimum admission
                                                      requirements does not guarantee admission to
                                                      the program.
                                                      Academic Requirements
                                                      • compulsory English 12C or U skills assessment,
                                                        or equivalent
                                                      For information on the admission process,
                                                      please see p. 14.
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                                            CENT Code: 1806                                 BENEFITS                                             ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
P o s t - s e c o n d a r y P ro g r a ms




                                            1 year/2 semesters                              • while studying at Centennial you’ll gain           Centennial College expects students applying for
                                            Credential: Ontario College Certificate           hands-on industry experience                       admission to certificate or diploma programs to
                                            Start: Fall, Winter                             • on-campus student training restaurant              present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School
                                            Campus: Progress                                • on-campus hospitality management centre            Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of
                                            hospitality@centennialcollege.ca                • lab practice facilities                            age or older. Possession of minimum admission
                                                                                            • flexible course schedule                           requirements does not guarantee admission to
                                                                                            • courses covering business practices in             the program.
                                            Centennial College’s one-year Kitchen             accounting, purchasing, human resources,
                                                                                                                                                 For information on the admission process,
                                            Management certificate program will prepare       supervision and cost control
                                                                                                                                                 please see p. 14.
                                            you for a challenging and rewarding career in   • practical experience with some of Canada’s
                                            food operations management. Statistics Canada     largest restaurant companies through our           PROGRAM OUTLINE
                                            recently reported that 435,000, mostly young      two days a week placement                          Semester 1 (PS-1)
                                            Canadians, are employed in Canada’s 63,000      • certifications include the Smart Serve program     HTAP-102       Introduction to Hospitality Accounting
                                            restaurants.                                      and the National Sanitation Training Certificate   HTAP-153       Practical Math for Hospitality
                                                                                            • articulate into the second year of our two year    HTAP-157       Sanitation, Safety and Hygiene
                                                                                                                                                 KMGT-100       Quantity Food Production
                                                                                              Food and Beverage Management program               KMGT-101       Theory of Food
                                                                                                                                                 KMGT-103       Supervisory Practices for the
                                                                                            CAREERS                                                               Kitchen Manager
                                                                                            Many of Centennial’s corporate and business          COMM-160/161 College Communications 1/(ESL)
                                                                                            partners in this program will hire students during   GNED-160       Customer Service
                                                                                            or after periods of work experience.                 Semester 2 (PS-2)
                                                                                                                                                 HOTL-152       Human Resources & Career Planning
                                                                                            Our industry partners include:                       KMGT-104       Purchasing for the Commercial Kitchen
                                                                                            • Cara                                               KMGT-200       Food Production, Practical Supervision
                                                                                            • Darden Restaurants – Red Lobster                   KMGT-201       Foodservice Cost Control
                                                                                                                                                 KMGT-299       Field Placement-Kitchen Manager
                                                                                            • Prime Restaurants                                  COMM-170/171 College Communications 2/(ESL)
                                                                                            • Shoeless Joes
                                                                                            • The Keg                                            This program is endorsed by
                                                                                            • Sircorp
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                                                                                                                                                                    Post-secondary Programs
1 year/2 semesters                                     • special attention to food and beverage             Centennial College expects students applying for
Credential: Ontario College Certificate                  services, kitchen operations, housekeeping and     admission to certificate or diploma programs to
Start: Fall                                              front office                                       present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School
Campus: Progress                                       • hands-on industry experience                       Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of
hospitality@centennialcollege.ca                       • on-campus training restaurant laboratory           age or older. Possession of minimum admission
                                                       • computerized training facility                     requirements does not guarantee admission to
                                                       • knowledgeable faculty with current experience      the program.
Hospitality Services is a broad term used to           • certificate reflects high standards of learning
                                                                                                            For information on the admission process,
describe a lot of different jobs that are available    • high employability
                                                                                                            please see p.14.
in the hospitality industry. Do you want to work       • job seeking techniques
in a fast-paced organization that needs happy,         • job interview and resume ready
                                                                                                            PROGRAM OUTLINE
smiling people? Do you like working with your          • transferability into the Hospitality and Tourism
                                                         program                                            Semester 1
hands? Do you want to work in the “Front-of-                                                                HT-174          Field Placement, Part 1
the-house” dealing with customers or are you                                                                HT-175          Front of the House Agent
                                                       CAREERS
more comfortable working in the “Back-of-the-                                                               HT-176          Room Attendant
house”? Students who study in the Hospitality          As a Hospitality Services graduate, you can look     HT-177          Numeracy & Accountancy, Part 1
Services program like the variety of courses that      forward to challenging and exciting opportunities    HT-179          Visitor Information Services
                                                       in many different hospitality service-related        HT-185          Life Skills and Job Readiness, Part 1
are offered and the hands-on experience they                                                                ENGL-120        Communication Skills, Part 1
gain that could potentially lead to jobs such as       positions, both locally and across Canada.
                                                                                                            Semester 2
room attendant, front desk clerk, food service,        Students graduating from the Hospitality Services    HT-172          Beverage Services
cook or a job in the maintenance department of         Program will find employment in various aspects      HT-173          Safety & Sanitation
a hotel. The two days (Thursday and Friday) spent      of the Hospitality Industry. Some of our grads       HT-177          Numeracy & Accountancy, Part 2
                                                                                                            HT-183          Field Placement, Part 2
in a placement at a restaurant or hotel will give      have found jobs at                                   HT-186          Life Skills & Job Readiness, Part 2
you the practical experience to complement the         • Centennial College                                 HT-187          Kitchen and Dining Room Operations
theory learned in class. Students also have the        • Embers                                             ENGL-122        Communication Skills, Part 2
opportunity to take two certification exams in         • McDonald’s
Sanitation and Beverage Services. Students leave                                                            For more information, about this program, please
                                                       • St. Josephs Hospital
                                                                                                            contact the program coordinator, 416-289-5000,
the program with the confidence to enter the           • Swiss Chalet                                       ext. 2426 or visit centennialcollege.ca.
work force knowing that they now possess the           • Taco Bell
tools to have a successful career in the hospitality
industry.
The faculty in the School of Hospitality, Tourism
and Culture are knowledgeable, experienced
                                                                                                             “  Centennial College was the right choice.
                                                                                                             The Hospitality Services program has
and leading-edge professors who, through                                                                     enriched me with many valuable skills that
their professional instruction, approachable                                                                 are needed to succeed. It has also allowed
attitude, and advising excellence are dedicated                                                              me to explore career options in a field that I
to supporting student success. We provide all
students with the highest quality instruction in
                                                                                                             am passionate about.
                                                                                                             Sandra Parrish,
                                                                                                                                      ”
an atmosphere of mutual respect, comfort and                                                                 Hospitality	Services	2006
cooperation. We are focused on your success and
will work comprehensively to help you achieve
your academic goals.
Course materials are about $60 per semester
covering in-class supplies (exclusive of
                                                                                                             “   The teachers were all great and took
                                                                                                             the time to help answer any questions we
textbooks), field trips, and related materials.                                                              had. I really enjoyed the group work with
                                                                                                             my classmates and with so many different
                                                                                                             cultures and backgrounds, I learned a lot. I
                                                                                                             played basketball for the school as well and
                                                                                                             I think being at Centennial, made this was
                                                                                                             one of the best years of my life.
                                                                                                             Milton Laidley
                                                                                                                                                  ”
                                                                                                             Hospitality	Services	Grad	2005
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                                            CENT Code: 1805                                      BENEFITS                                              Academic Requirements
P o s t - s e c o n d a r y P ro g r a ms




                                            3 years/6 semesters                                  • four day per week,15-week industry internship       • compulsory English 12C or U or skills
                                            Credential: Ontario College                            in final semester                                     assessment, or equivalent
                                                Advanced Diploma                                 • operational lab practice facilities                 For information on the admission process,
                                            Start: Fall, Winter, Summer                          • full service hospitality management centre          please see p.14.
                                            Campus: Progress                                     • state-of-the-art computer labs
                                            hospitality@centennialcollege.ca                     • advanced diploma earned recognized in               PROGRAM OUTLINE
                                                                                                   Canada and abroad, reflecting high                  Semester 1 (PS1)
                                                                                                   standards of learning                               HTAP-100       Kitchen & Dining Practices
                                            This program is designed for people planning         • on-site conference centre                           HTAP-101       Introduction to Computing for
                                                                                                                                                                        Hospitality and Tourism
                                            to build their futures in the tourism industry.
                                                                                                 A MATTER OF DEGREE                                    HTAP-102       Introduction to Accounting
                                            Tourism is Canada’s second largest employment                                                              HTAP-155       Presenting and Communicating
                                                                                                 Qualified graduates may be eligible to
                                            sector and provides a diverse range of career                                                                               Effectively (PACE)
                                                                                                 participate in an articulated program with            COMM-160/161 College Communications/(ESL)
                                            opportunities. It boasts revenue in excess of
                                                                                                 selected universities, institutes, and professional   GNED-159       Geography and Tourism
                                            $61.4 billion, from 60,000 different companies
                                                                                                 associations. These partnerships allow graduates      Semester 2 (PS2)
                                            who employ over 1.6 million Canadians coast-
                                                                                                 to apply academic credit towards further study.       HTAP-103       Dimensions of Tourism
                                            to-coast.                                                                                                  HTAP-151       Beverage Knowledge and Bartending
                                                                                                 Our partners are:                                     HTAP-152       Human Resources for Hospitality and
                                            Centennial’s three-year Hospitality and Tourism
                                                                                                 • Athabasca University                                                 Tourism Administrators
                                            Administration program admits students at three                                                            HTAP-153       Practical Math for Hospitality and
                                            points throughout the year. This format allows       • International Hotel Management Institute
                                                                                                                                                                        Tourism
                                            students to complete the three year program in         (Switzerland)                                       HTAP-154       Hospitality and Tourism Marketing
                                            two years.                                           • Malaspina University-College, B.C.                  HTAP-156       Food Fundamentals
                                                                                                 • Ryerson University                                  HTAP-157       Sanitation, Safety and Hygiene
                                            Courses cover a full-range of business practices     • Southern New Hampshire University, U.S.A.           COMM-170/171 College Communications 2(ESL)
                                            in marketing, human resources, finance and           • University of Calgary                               Semester 3 (PS3)
                                            industry operations – as applied to the entire       • University of Guelph                                HOTL-102       Front Office Operations
                                            hospitality and tourism field. You will have core                                                          HTAP-104       Ontario Tourism Product
                                                                                                 • University of New Brunswick                         HTAP-200       Advanced Hospitality Accounting
                                            courses in five areas for career-focused study:      • University of South Carolina, U.S.A.                HTAP-201       Principles of Hospitality Management
                                            • Travel and Tour Operations                         • Royal Roads University, B.C.                        HTAP-202       Effective Persuasion for Tourism
                                            • Hotel and Resort                                                                                                          Professionals
                                            • Food and Beverage                                  CAREERS                                               GNED-500       Global Citizenship: From Social
                                                                                                                                                                        Analysis to Social Action
                                            • Convention, Conference and Event Planning          Graduates find careers throughout the diverse
                                                                                                                                                       ELECT          General Education
                                            • Cultural and Heritage Tourism                      tourism and hospitality industry in areas such
                                                                                                                                                       Semester 4 (PS4)
                                                                                                 as hotel and restaurant general management,           CHTM-101       Introduction to Cultural & Heritage
                                            You will gain valuable work experience through       human resources management, sales and                                  Tourism
                                            an individualized industry internship, designed      marketing management, convention services             HOTL-205       Housekeeping & Facilities
                                            to provide a practical foundation for your career.   coordination and tour coordination.                                    Management
                                            Many students on internship continue as full-time                                                          HTAP-220       Advertising and Sales Promotion for
                                            employees after graduation.                          Organizations hiring our graduates include:                            Hospitality and Tourism
                                                                                                 • Delta Hotels                                                         Administrators
                                                                                                                                                       HTAP-221       Meeting and Convention Management
                                                                                                 • Fairmont Hotels                                     HTAP-222       Career Planning and Placement
                                                                                                 • Four Seasons Hotels                                                  Strategies
                                            “  Centennial’s applied program prepares
                                            the students for the real working world.
                                                                                                 • InterContinental Hotels
                                                                                                 • Jonview
                                                                                                                                                       HTAP-223
                                                                                                                                                       ENGL-302
                                                                                                                                                                      Purchasing for the Service Industry
                                                                                                                                                                      Report Writing for Hospitality
                                            We look forward to continue fostering our            • Marriott Hotels                                     Semester 5 (PS5)
                                                                                                                                                       HTAP-300       Advanced Hospitality Management
                                            relationship with the hospitality school and         • McDonald’s Restaurants
                                                                                                                                                       HTAP-301       Financial Management for Hospitality
                                            the students.
                                            Mary Sardella
                                                          ”                                      • MyTravel Group
                                                                                                 • Toronto Board of Trade                              HTAP-302
                                                                                                                                                                        and Tourism
                                                                                                                                                                      Marketing Strategies
                                            Four	Seasons	Hotel	Toronto	                          • Tourism Toronto                                     HTAP-303       Issues in Hospitality and Tourism
                                                                                                                                                       HTAP-304       Hospitality Law and Security
                                            Director	of	Human	Resources	
                                            Centennial	College	Hospitality	Graduate	–	1988       ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS                                HTAP-322       Festival Management
                                                                                                                                                       HTAP-323       Special Events Practicum
                                                                                                 Centennial College expects students applying for
                                                                                                 admission to certificate or diploma programs to       Semester 6 (PS6)
                                                                                                                                                       HTAP-251       Field Placement Review
                                                                                                 present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School        HTAP-399       Hospitality and Tourism Industry

                                            “  At Centennial I was taught the ins and
                                            outs of the hospitality industry and was
                                                                                                 Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of
                                                                                                 age or older. Possession of minimum admission
                                                                                                                                                                        Work Placement

                                                                                                 requirements does not guarantee admission to
                                            able to gain valuable experience through
                                                                                                 the program.
                                            practical studies as well as a great deal of
                                            knowledge.
                                                        ”
                                            Brittany Skene
                                            Graduated June 2008
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CENT Code: 6402                                       A MATTER OF DEGREE                                    ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS




                                                                                                                                                                            Post-secondary Programs
3 years/6 semesters                                   Qualified graduates may be eligible to                Centennial College expects students applying for
Credential: Ontario College                           participate in an articulated program with            admission to certificate or diploma programs to
    Advanced Diploma                                  selected universities, institutes, and professional   present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School
Start: Fall                                           associations. These partnerships allow graduates      Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of
Campus: The Centre for                                to apply academic credit towards further study.       age or older. Possession of minimum admission
    Creative Communications                                                                                 requirements does not guarantee admission to
                                                      Our partner is:
thecentre@centennialcollege.ca                                                                              the program.
                                                      • Athabasca University, Professional Arts degree
                                                        (Communication Studies)                             Academic Requirements
                                                                                                            • compulsory English 12C or U or skills
Journalism is an exciting and challenging field of    JOINT PROGRAM (UTSC)                                    assessment, or equivalent
high energy, tight deadlines and diversity.           Students can now earn a journalism diploma            Non-academic Requirements
From covering breaking news to exploring the          from Centennial while working on a four-year          • Program admission session – edit test
lighter side of human interest, readers depend        honours degree from the University                    • current affairs questionnaire
on journalists to report events, raise issues and     of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC).                        • three topic essay
capture the spirit of our times.                      After applying through U of T,                        • English proficiency will be considered in the
                                                      successful candidates will spend                        admissions process
Our three-year Journalism program – designed
                                                      two years at the university and
for high school graduates – takes you from the                                                              For information on the admission process,
                                                      then enter Centennial’s Fast-track
classroom to a full-time industry field placement.                                                          please see p.14.
                                                      program. In four years, you will
You will:                                             have earned a diploma and degree.
                                                                                                            PROGRAM OUTLINE
• apply your skills in a newsroom, writing
                                                      CAREERS                                               Semester 1
   for a community newspaper and an online
                                                                                                            CO-108             Tools and Processes for Communicators
   publication, making you versatile, prepared        Graduates are employed as reporters, writers,         JO-102             Newspaper Reporting 1
   and experienced for the workplace as soon as       editors, lay-out artists and producers at large       JO-107             Notetaking and Composing
   you graduate.                                      and small newspapers, magazines and online                                 for Journalists
• cover a variety of topics while developing                                                                COMM-170           College Communications 2
                                                      publications, as well as radio-television             GNED-124           The Canadian Political Economy
   the critical foundation skills you’ll need for a   newsrooms.
                                                                                                            Semester 2
   career as a reporter, editor, broadcaster and
                                                      Companies that have hired our graduates include:      CO-104             Media: Theory, Workplace and Issues
   beyond.                                                                                                  CO-107             Imaging: Photography
                                                      • National Post
Graduates find careers with local, national and                                                             JO-105             Newspaper Reporting 2
                                                      • CTV                                                 JO-106             Journalism Law and Ethics
international news outlets including newspapers,
                                                      • Chart Magazine                                      GNED-500           Global Citizenship: From Social
magazines, broadcast newsrooms, TV, radio,
                                                      • Toronto Star                                                             Analysis to Social Action
online journalism and public relation firms.
                                                      • 680 News                                            Semester 3
                                                      • Woodstock Sentinel – Review                         JO-200             Newspaper Reporting 3
BENEFITS                                                                                                    JO-206             Journalism Design
                                                      • NOW Magazine
• gain hands-on experience with the East                                                                    JO-207             Editorial Writing
                                                      • TSN                                                 JO-208             Copy Editing
  Toronto Observer, a community newspaper,            • Canadian Living Online                              JO-216             Imaging: Photojournalism
  and the Toronto Observer, online news source        • Oshawa This Week                                    COMM-180           College Communications 3
• one-on-one interaction between faculty
                                                                                                            Semester 4
  and students in a professional newsroom                                                                   JO-203             Magazine Journalism*
  atmosphere                                                                                                JO-205             Advanced Interviewing Techniques*
• access to extensive publishing, broadcast and                                                             JO-210             Newspaper Laboratory 1*
  internet facilities at The Centre for Creative                                                            JO-217             News for the Electronic Media 1*
                                                                                                            JO-219             Interactive Journalism*
  Communications campus                                                                                     ELECT              General Education*
• a full semester of work experience, with
                                                                                                            Semester 5
  faculty support and guidance                                                                              JO-313             Beat Reporting*
                                                                                                            JO-316             Newspaper Laboratory 2*
                                                                                                            JO-317             News for the Electronic Media 2*
                                                                                                            JO-318             Journalism Career Management*
                                                                                                            Semester 6
                                                                                                            JO-350             Field Placement*
                                                                                                            *	Minimum	C	grade	required
                                                                                                            Note:	Students	are	responsible	for	obtaining	their	own	field	
                                                                                                            placement.

                                                                                                            FAST-TRACK OPTION
                                                                                                            Fast forward to the two-year Fast-track version of
                                                                                                            this program – see page 153.
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                                            CENT Code: 3505                                      BENEFITS                                            ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
P o s t - s e c o n d a r y P ro g r a ms




                                            1 year/2 semesters                                   • opportunity for advanced credit for previous      Centennial College expects students applying for
                                            Credential: Ontario College Certificate                post-secondary science courses                    admission to certificate or diploma programs to
                                            Start: Fall                                          • qualified students who have successfully          present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School
                                            Campus: Centennial HP Science                          completed semester 1 may apply to enter           Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of
                                                and Technology Centre                              semester 2 of Centennial’s Biotechnology          age or older. Possession of minimum admission
                                            bio@centennialcollege.ca                               Technician or Environmental Protection            requirements does not guarantee admission to
                                                                                                   Technician programs                               the program.
                                                                                                 • small laboratory classes with a high proportion
                                                                                                                                                     Academic Requirements
                                            This program is designed for two groups of             of hands-on experience
                                                                                                                                                     • compulsory English 12C or U or skills
                                            people: those with a background in scientific        • development of your word processing and
                                                                                                                                                       assessment, or equivalent
                                            laboratory work who want to upgrade their skills       computerized data entry skills
                                                                                                                                                     • math 11M or U, or 12C or U or skills
                                            and qualifications, and those with no previous       • experienced, caring faculty with broad
                                                                                                                                                       assessment, or equivalent
                                            scientific experience who wish to work in a            teaching and industrial backgrounds
                                            laboratory setting or upgrade their skills for       • certificate is recognized in Canada and abroad,   For information on the admission process,
                                            transfer into the Environmental Protection or          reflecting high standards of learning             please see p.14.
                                            Biotechnology Technician programs.                                                                       PROGRAM OUTLINE
                                                                                                 CAREERS
                                            Become well prepared in health and safety,           Graduates possess basic scientific and laboratory   Semester 1
                                            computer applications, the use of various            skills that prepare them for jobs or further        BI-111       Introduction to Biological Systems
                                            chemical instruments, and microbiological                                                                CH-101       Chemistry 1
                                                                                                 study. They may work in laboratories, handling      MATH-140     Mathematics 1
                                            techniques. In addition to developing hands-on       production-related assignments for a wide           MATH-154     Microcomputer Applications
                                            skills in our laboratories, graduates will improve   range of industries – food, cosmetics and                          for Technology
                                            their English and mathematical skills with           pharmaceuticals, for example. Graduates also        COMM-170/171 College Communications 2/(ESL)*
                                            guidance from attentive faculty.                                                                         GNED-126     Occupational Health and Safety
                                                                                                 have recognized qualifications that may allow
                                                                                                 them to take other college or university programs   Semester 2
                                                                                                                                                     BI-121             Microbiology 1
                                                                                                 in science and technology.                          BI-122             Microbial Techniques
                                                                                                                                                     CH-122             Lab Instrumentation
                                                                                                                                                     CH-207             Analytical Chemistry
                                                                                                                                                     ELECT              General Education
                                                                                                                                                     *	Students	will	be	placed	in	the	appropriate	English	level	based	
                                                                                                                                                       on	skills	assessment	results.
Law Clerk                                                                                                                                                                          95

CENT Code: 2804                                           BENEFITS                                              ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS




                                                                                                                                                                                  Post-secondary Programs
2 years/4 semesters                                       • emphasis on practical, career-oriented              Centennial College expects students applying for
Credential: Ontario College Diploma                         assignments                                         admission to certificate or diploma programs to
Start: Fall                                               • faculty members are lawyers and other law           present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School
Campus: Progress                                            office professionals                                Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of
business@centennialcollege.ca                             • 15-week work placement in a law or                  age or older. Possession of minimum admission
                                                            government office – four days a week                requirements does not guarantee admission to
                                                          • work placement organized and supervised by          the program.
                                                            faculty member of the Law Clerk program
ACCREDITED By THE INSTITUTE OF                                                                                  Academic Requirements
                                                          • diploma earned reflects high standards of
LAW CLERKS                                                                                                      • compulsory English 12C or U or skills
                                                            learning
                                                                                                                  assessment, or equivalent
Centennial College’s Law Clerk program provides
                                                          A MATTER OF DEGREE                                    • math 11C, M or U, or 12C or U, or skills
an excellent opportunity for students to acquire
                                                          Qualified graduates may be eligible to                  assessment, or equivalent
the skills necessary to practice as a law clerk.
                                                          participate in an articulated program with            For information on the admission process,
A wide variety of law courses, in conjunction
                                                          selected universities, institutes and professional    please see p.14.
with computer legal software courses, fully
                                                          associations. These partnerships allow graduates
prepares the students for employment in
                                                          to apply academic credit towards further study.       PROGRAM OUTLINE
the legal profession. A unique feature of                                                                       Semester 1
Centennial’s program is a four days per week              Our partner is:                                       LAWS-105           Computers for Law Clerks
work placement in the final semester. This work           • Athabasca University, Administration degree         LAWS-221           Family Law
placement provides invaluable work experience                                                                   COMM-160/161       College Communications 1/(ESL)
                                                          CAREERS                                               GNED-107           Current Issues in Canadian Law
for our students and allows them to apply
                                                          Graduates find positions assisting in a wide          ELECT              General Education
their knowledge to real-life legal situations.
                                                          variety of legal practices, either specializing in    Semester 2
This placement often leads to full-time job                                                                     LAWS-112           Real Estate 1
                                                          or involved in all areas of a general law practice.
opportunities for graduates of the Law Clerk                                                                    LAWS-114           Civil Litigation
                                                          Positions also exist in the legal counsel areas of
program.                                                                                                        LAWS-115           Corporate Law
                                                          business and government.                              LAWS-310           Automated Law Office 1
Note:	This	course	was	previously	named	Legal	Assistant.                                                         COMM170/171        College Communications 2/(ESL)
                                                          Organizations hiring our graduates include:
                                                                                                                Semester 3
                                                          • Blake, Cassels & Graydon                            JOBS-221           Job Search Skills
                                                          • City of Toronto                                     LAWS-117           Legal Research & Writing
                                                          • Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General            LAWS-223           Real Estate 2
                                                          • Ontario Ministry of Housing                         LAWS-228           Government Boards & Agencies
                                                                                                                LAWS-315           Automated Law Office 2
                                                          • Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt                            GNED-500           Global Citizenship: From Social
                                                          • Workers’ Compensation Board                                              Analysis to Social Action
                                                                                                                Semester 4
                                                                                                                LAWS-224           Wills & Estates
                                                                                                                LAWS-225           Debtor Creditor/Landlord Tenant Law
                                                                                                                LAWS-226           Work Placement – Law Clerk
                                                                                                                Notes:
                                                                                                                1.	 The	prerequisites	for	entrance	to	the	fourth	semester	work	
                                                                                                                    placement	course	(LAWS-226)	are:
                                                                                                                	 •	Student	must	have	successfully	completed	LAWS105,		
                                                                                                                    		 LAWS-221,	LAWS-112,	LAWS-114,	LAWS-115,		
                                                                                                                    		 LAWS-117,	LAWS-223,	LAWS-228,	LAWS-310,		
                                                                                                                    		 LAWS-315,	and	GNED-107	with	an	overall	2.0	GPA	in		
                                                                                                                    		 these	courses.	
                                                                                                                2.	 Students	must	have	a	minimum	C	grade	in	COMM-170/171
                                                                                                                3.	 LAWS-226	is	graded	PASS	or	FAIL	only	and	does	not	have	
                                                                                                                    any	positive	impact	on	your	GPA.
                                                                                                                4.	 Students	require	an	overall	minimum	GPA	of	2.0	and	a	
                                                                                                                    minimum	keyboarding	speed	of	40	wpm	to	graduate	from	
                                                                                                                    the	program.
                                                                                                                Model routes are subject to change due to
                                                                                                                program review and updates.
   96                                       Massage Therapy
                                            CENT Code: 5110                                       CAREERS                                                PROGRAM OUTLINE
P o s t - s e c o n d a r y P ro g r a ms




                                            3 years/6 semesters                                   Massage Therapy is a regulated health profession       Semester 1
                                            Credential: Ontario College                           in Ontario practised under the Regulated Health        THER-111           Massage Theory and Practice 1
                                                Advanced Diploma                                  Professions Act and the Massage Therapy Act. It        THER-115           Legislation, Standards &
                                                                                                                                                                              Professionalism
                                            Start: Fall                                           is one of the fastest growing health professions       THER-116           Introductory Concepts of Anatomy &
                                            Campus: Centennial HP Science                         and it is the largest complementary therapy                                 Physiology
                                                and Technology Centre                             profession in Canada. The profession provides          THER-118           Nutrition & Lifestyle Practices
                                            healthstudies@centennialcollege.ca                    tremendous opportunity for entrepreneurship. It        COMM-170           College Communications 2*
                                                                                                                                                         GNED-120           Introduction to Complementary
                                                                                                  is a highly flexible career, allowing you to choose
                                                                                                                                                                              Therapies
                                                                                                  work schedules that best fit your lifestyle            Semester 2
                                            Centennial’s well-established and highly-             Graduates will be self-employed or work in a
                                            regarded Massage Therapy program offers                                                                      THER-120           Introduction to Hydrotherapy
                                                                                                  multidisciplinary health care facility or hospitals.   THER-121           Massage Theory and Practice 2
                                            leading-edge lab facilities dedicated to providing    Sports rehabilitation clinics and health spas          THER-123           Clinical Anatomy 1
                                            students with the opportunity to develop their        represent a growing service sector in North            THER-124           Physiology
                                            expertise in a state-of-the-art learning and          America which will employ graduates. Another           THER-127           The Therapeutic Relationship 1
                                            practice environment. Benefit from unsurpassed                                                               COMM-180           College Communications 3*
                                                                                                  emerging market is on-site therapy, typically
                                            clinical and academic teaching from a dynamic,        provided in the workplace by large companies as        Semester 3
                                            learner-centred faculty and gain integrated                                                                  THER-211           Massage Theory and Practice 3
                                                                                                  a health benefit to their employees.                   THER-212           Clinic 1
                                            clinical experience in our on-site Student                                                                   THER-213           Clinical Anatomy 2
                                            Massage Therapy Clinic and community Outreach         ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS                                 THER-210           Pathophysiology 1
                                            placements.                                                                                                  THER-215           Biomechanics & Orthopedic
                                                                                                  Centennial College expects students applying for                            Assessment
                                            Graduates are eligible to take the Registration       admission to certificate or diploma programs to
                                                                                                                                                         Semester 4
                                            examinations administered by the College              present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School         THER-200           Outreach 1
                                            of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) to            Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of         THER-221           Massage Theory and Practice 4
                                            qualify for Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)        age or older. Possession of minimum admission          THER-222           Clinic 2
                                            designation                                           requirements does not guarantee admission to           THER-220           Pathophysiology 2
                                                                                                                                                         THER-225           Fitness & Remedial Exercise
                                                                                                  the program.                                           THER-227           The Therapeutic Relationship 2
                                            BENEFITS                                              Academic Requirements                                  GNED-500           Global Citizenship: From Social
                                            • advanced diploma earned reflects high                                                                                           Analysis to Social Action*
                                                                                                  • compulsory English 12C or U or skills
                                              standards of learning                                 assessment, or equivalent                            Semester 5
                                            • combines massage education with                                                                            THER-300           Outreach 2
                                                                                                  • Biology 11C, M or U, or 12C, M or U or               THER-311           Massage Theory and Practice 5
                                              entrepreneurial business skills                       equivalent and one of the following sciences:        THER-310           Pathophysiology 3
                                            • university articulation agreement for Bachelor        11C, M or U, or 12 C, M or U Chemistry or            THER-315           Neuroanatomy and Physiology
                                              of Science degree completion                          Physics, or Exercise Science or equivalent.          THER-316           Issues & Research In Massage Therapy
                                            • excellent success rate at the CMTO entry-                                                                  THER-322           Clinic 3
                                                 to-practice examinations                         For information on the admission process,              ELECT              General Education
                                                                                                  please see p.14.                                       Semester 6
                                            • opportunities for interprofessional collaboration
                                                                                                                                                         THER-321           Massage Theory and Practice 6
                                              with broad-based health care teams                                                                         THER-325           Creating an Independent Practice
                                                                                                  PROGRAM/PLACEMENT
                                                                                                                                                         THER-324           Business Practices
                                                                                                  REQUIREMENTS                                           THER-332           Clinic 4
                                                                                                  1. After receiving an offer of admission you           THER-400           Outreach 3
                                                                                                     will receive a document to be completed by          THER-500           Advanced Techniques
                                                                                                     a doctor or nurse who will confirm that you         *	Students	will	be	placed	in	the	appropriate	English	level	based	
                                                                                                                                                           on	skills	assessment	results.	Students	in	two-	or	three-year	
                                                                                                     meet the health requirements of legislated            programs	must	complete	Global	Citizenship	GNED-500	as	
                                                                                                     acts, ministry guidelines and agency policies.        part	of	their	general	education	requirements.
                                                                                                  2. Completion of CPR course (Level C-HCP) and          Note:	Minimum	C	grade	required	in	all	courses	to	graduate.
                                                                                                     standard first aid certification.
                                                                                                  3. Clear Vulnerable Persons Police Check prior to
                                                                                                     Semester 3.
Mechanical Engineering Technician – Design                                                                                                                                97

CENT Code: 3701                                     BENEFITS                                            ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS




                                                                                                                                                                         Post-secondary Programs
2 years/4 semesters                                 • experience in machine shop operation, tool        Centennial College expects students applying for
Credential: Ontario College Diploma                   design, plus computer numerical control           admission to certificate or diploma programs to
Start: Fall, Winter                                   programming                                       present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School
Campus: Progress                                    • industry-current software instruction:            Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of
mechanical@centennialcollege.ca                       - MasterCAM V9.1 & Version “X”                    age or older. Possession of minimum admission
                                                      - AutoCAD 2007                                    requirements does not guarantee admission to
                                                      - Autodesks Inventor R11                          the program.
This two-year program combines strong               • state-of-the-art CAD/CAM equipment
                                                                                                        Academic Requirements
conceptual thinking with a practical knowledge      • about 60-40 balance of theory and practice
                                                                                                        • compulsory English 12C or U or skills
of machines and how they work. Learn                • project driven program gives you practical
                                                                                                          assessment, or equivalent
engineering theory and develop computer-              experience in designing, building, testing
                                                                                                        • math 11M or U, or 12C or U or skills
assisted drafting and computer-assisted               an original piece of equipment. The project
                                                                                                          assessment, or equivalent
manufacturing (CAD/CAM) skills. Centennial’s          approach simulates actual workplace
Mechanical Engineering Technician program             assignments                                       For information on the admission process,
employs the project approach to learning,           • new mechanical engineering lab                    please see p.14.
including small groups working on specific                                                              PROGRAM OUTLINE
projects, learning how to plan, schedule, create,   CAREERS
                                                    Graduates are prepared for work in                  Semester 1
design and build as a team. Continue into a third                                                       MT-102       Properties of Materials
year technology option and specialize in modern     manufacturing and mechanical-related areas,         MT-103       Machine Shop
manufacturing and production processes.             including such roles as mechanical technician,      MT-151       Introduction to AutoCAD
                                                    CAD operators, mechanical testing, quality          MT-152       Mechanical Blueprint Reading
                                                    control, technical sales and product design.        MATH-154     Microcomputer Applications for
FAST-TRACK OPTION                                                                                                      Technology
Fast forward to the accelerated option available                                                        MATH-170     Technology Mathematics 2*
on pages 155.                                       CTAB NATIONALLy ACCREDITED                          COMM-170/171 College Communications 2/(ESL)*
                                                    PROGRAM                                             GNED-126     Occupational Health & Safety
                                                    The Mechanical Engineering Technician – Design      Semester 2
                                                    program has met the national technology             MT-118             Elements of Machine Design
                                                                                                        MT-121             Applied Statics
                                                    accreditation requirements established by           MT-153             Mechanical Drafting (Inventor)
                                                    the Canadian Council of Technicians and             MT-237             Manufacturing Processes
                                                    Technologists (CCTT) and, as such, has received     MATH-180           Technology Math 3
                                                    national accreditation status by the Canadian       GNED-500           Global Citizenship: From Social
                                                                                                                             Analysis to Social Action
                                                    Technology Accreditation Board (CTAB).
                                                                                                        Semester 3
                                                                                                        MT-201             CNC Fundamentals & Programming
                                                    RECOGNITION AS A CERTIFIED                          MT-204             Strength of Materials
                                                    ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN                              MT-207             Project 1 (Design)
                                                                      OACETT (The Ontario Association   MT-256             Applied Electricity
                                                                                                        MATH-231           Differential Calculus with Analytic
                                                                      of Certified Engineering
                                                                                                                             Geometry
                                                                      Technicians and Technologists)    ELECT              General Education
                                                                      recognizes the Mechanical         Semester 4
                                                                      Engineering Technician – Design   MT-224             Applied Dynamics
                                                    program as meeting all the academic requirements    MT-228             Tool Design
                                                    for certification in the Technician category.       MT-234             Project 1 (Construction)
                                                                                                        MT-318             Fluid Mechanics 1
                                                                                                        MATH-232           Integral Calculus
                                                                                                        ELECT              General Education
                                                                                                        *	Students	will	be	placed	in	the	appropriate	English	and	math	
                                                                                                          level	based	on	skills	assessment	results.
   98                                       Mechanical Engineering Technology – Design
                                            CENT Code: 3713 (PTY)                               A MATTER OF DEGREE                                  PROGRAM OUTLINE
P o s t - s e c o n d a r y P ro g r a ms




                                                          3703 (non PTY)                        Qualified graduates (min 3.5 GPA) are eligible      Semester 1
                                            3 years/6 semesters                                 to participate in a two-year articulated program    MT-102       Properties of Materials
                                            Credential: Ontario College                         with Lakehead University (Engineering degree).      MT-103       Basic Machine Shop
                                                                                                                                                    MT-151       Introduction to AutoCAD
                                                Advanced Diploma                                                                                    MT-152       Mechanical Blueprint Reading
                                            Start: Fall, Winter                                 CAREERS                                             MATH-154     Microcomputer Applications for
                                            Campus: Progress                                    Graduates are prepared for work in                                 Technology A
                                            mechanical@centennialcollege.ca                     manufacturing and mechanical-related areas,         MATH-170     Technology Mathematics 2*
                                                                                                                                                    COMM-170/171 College Communications 2/(ESL)*†
                                                                                                including: junior engineers, CAD operators,         GNED-126     Occupational Health & Safety
                                                                                                mechanical testing, quality control, technical
                                                                                                                                                    Semester 2
                                            This program combines courses in engineering        sales, production, and product design and           MT-118             Elements of Machine Design
                                            theory and practice, focusing on the design and     development.                                        MT-121             Applied Statics**
                                            development of various mechanical devices and                                                           MT-153             Mechanical Drafting (Inventor)**
                                                                                                                                                    MT-237             Manufacturing Processes
                                            equipment. You will obtain a thorough grounding     ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS                              MATH-180           Technology Math 3**
                                            in engineering sciences and skills, including       Centennial College expects students applying for    GNED-500           Global Citizenship: From Social
                                            computer-assisted drafting and manufacturing        admission to certificate or diploma programs to                          Analysis to Social Action
                                            (CAD/CAM), as used in industry.                     present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School      Semester 3
                                                                                                Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of      MT-201             CNC Fundamentals & Programming
                                            About one-quarter of the program time is spent                                                          MT-204             Strength of Materials**
                                            on project work. Projects simulate workplace        age or older. Possession of minimum admission
                                                                                                                                                    MT-207             Project 1 (Design)**
                                            assignments, relating classroom theory to the       requirements does not guarantee admission to        MT-256             Applied Electricity
                                            actual design, manufacture and testing of           the program.                                        MATH-231           Differential Calculus with Analytic
                                                                                                                                                                         Geometry**
                                            projects.                                           Academic Requirements
                                                                                                                                                    Semester 4
                                                                                                • compulsory English 12C or U or skills
                                                                                                                                                    MT-224             Applied Dynamics**
                                            CO-OP OPTION                                          assessment, or equivalent                         MT-228             Tool Design**
                                            Academically-qualified students can enhance         • math 11M or U, or 12C or U or skills              MT-234             Project 1 (Construction)**
                                            their education by working three terms as paid        assessment, or equivalent                         MT-318             Fluid Mechanics 1**
                                                                                                                                                    MATH-232           Integral Calculus**
                                            employees in the field. This experience not         For information on the admission process,           ELECT              General Education
                                            only allows you to put classroom learning into      please see p.14.                                    Semester 5
                                            practice, but also provides valuable contacts for                                                       MT-305             Dynamics of Machines and
                                            future careers.                                     CTAB NATIONALLy ACCREDITED                                               Mechanisms**
                                            For more on co-op work terms, please see pages
                                                                                                PROGRAM                                             MT-309             Thermodynamics 1**
                                                                                                The Mechanical Engineering Technology – Design      MT-335             Machine Design 1**
                                            18 and 195.                                                                                             MT-338             Fluid Mechanics 2
                                                                                                program has met the national technology             MT-356             Project 2: Design**
                                            FAST-TRACK OPTION                                   accreditation requirements established by           MATH-316           Statistics
                                                                                                the Canadian Council of Technicians and             COOP-221           Employment Preplacement†
                                            Fast forward to the accelerated option available                                                                             (for 3713 only)
                                                                                                Technologists (CCTT) and, as such, has received
                                            on page 156.                                                                                            Professional Technology year (PTy) (optional)
                                                                                                national accreditation status by the Canadian
                                                                                                Technology Accreditation Board (CTAB).              Semester 6
                                            BENEFITS                                                                                                MT-300             Finite Element Analysis Applications
                                            • experience in machine shop operation, tool                                                            MT-339             Thermodynamics 2**
                                                                                                RECOGNITION AS A CERTIFIED                          MT-342             Machine Design 2**
                                              design, plus computer numerical control
                                                                                                ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIST                            MT-358             Project 2: Construction**
                                              programming
                                                                                                                  OACETT (The Ontario Association   OMGT-117           Operations Management
                                            • industry-current software instruction:                                                                ELECT              General Education
                                              - MasterCAM V9.1 & Version “X”                                      of Certified Engineering
                                                                                                                  Technicians and Technologists)    	 *	Students	will	be	placed	in	the	appropriate	English	and		
                                              - AutoCAD 2007                                                                                            math	level	based	on	skills	assessment	results.
                                              - Autodesks Inventor R11                                            recognizes the Mechanical
                                                                                                                                                    *
                                                                                                                                                    	 *	Minimum	C	grade	required	for	Technologist	graduation.
                                            • state-of-the-art CAD/CAM equipment                                  Engineering Technology – Design
                                                                                                                                                    	 †	Minimum	C	grade	in	COMM-170/171,	minimum	2.5	GPA		
                                            • about 60-40 balance of theory and practice        program as meeting all the academic requirements        a
                                                                                                                                                        	 nd	minimum	80	per	cent	of	year	1	and	2	courses	required	
                                            • project driven program gives you practical        for certification in the Technology category.           for	COOP-221.

                                              experience in designing, building, testing
                                              an original piece of equipment. The project
                                              approach simulates actual workplace
                                              assignments
                                            • new mechanical engineering lab
                                            •
Mechanical Engineering Technology – Industrial                                                                                                                         99

CENT Code: 3714 (PTY)                               BENEFITS                                            PROGRAM OUTLINE




                                                                                                                                                                      Post-secondary Programs
              3704 (non PTY)                        • experience in machine shop operation, tool        Semester 1
3 years/6 semesters                                   design, plus computer numerical control           MT-102       Properties of Materials
Credential: Ontario College                           programming                                       MT-103       Basic Machine Shop
                                                                                                        MT-151       Introduction to AutoCAD
    Advanced Diploma                                • industry-current software instruction:            MT-152       Mechanical Blueprint Reading
Start: Fall, Winter                                   - MasterCAM V9.1 & Version “X”                    MATH-154     Microcomputer Applications for
Campus: Progress                                      - AutoCAD 2007                                                   Technologists
mechanical@centennialcollege.ca                       - Autodesks Inventor R11                          MATH-170     Technology Math 2***
                                                                                                        COMM-170/171 College Communications 2/(ESL)***
                                                    • state-of-the-art CAD/CAM equipment
                                                                                                        GNED-126     Occupational Health & Safety
                                                    • about 60-40 balance of theory and practice
                                                                                                        Semester 2
Learn engineering theory and practice in the        • project driven program gives you practical        MT-118            Elements of Machine Design
manufacture and production of mechanical              experience in designing, building, testing        MT-121            Applied Statics*
equipment. Basic engineering skills and science,      an original piece of equipment. The project       MT-153            Mechanical Drafting (Inventor)
                                                      approach simulates actual workplace               MT-237            Manufacturing Processes
as well as more specialized subjects related to                                                         MATH-180          Technology Math 3*
modern manufacturing and production processes,        assignments                                       GNED-500          Global Citizenship: From Social
are covered. Training includes computer-assisted    • new mechanical engineering lab                                        Analysis to Social Action
drafting and manufacturing (CAD/CAM), used                                                              Semester 3
widely in industry today.
                                                    CAREERS                                             MT-201            CNC Fundamentals & Programming
                                                    Graduates are involved in the manufacture and       MT-204            Strength of Materials*
Two-semester individual projects give you           production of mechanical equipment, from large      MT-207            Project 1: Design*
practical experience in designing, building and     machines to consumer products. Jobs include         MT-256            Applied Electricity
testing an original piece of equipment. The                                                             MATH-231          Differential Calculus with Analytic
                                                    developing quality control systems, assisting in                        Geometry*
project approach simulates actual workplace         plant expansions and layouts, conducting time       ELECT             General Education
assignments.                                        and motion studies, planning and scheduling new     Semester 4
                                                    facilities, and preparing job safety programs and   MT-224            Applied Dynamics
CO-OP OPTION                                        manuals. Supervisory positions offer additional     MT-228            Tool Design*
This program option features a co-op component.                                                         MT-234            Project 1: Construction*
                                                    opportunities.
                                                                                                        MT-318            Fluid Mechanics 1*
Academically-qualified students enhance their
                                                                                                        OMGT-117          Operations Management
education by working three terms as paid            ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS                              MATH-232          Integral Calculus*
employees in the field. This experience not         Centennial College expects students applying for    Semester 5
only allows you to put classroom learning into      admission to certificate or diploma programs to     MT-356            Project 2: Design*
practice, but also provides valuable contacts for   present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School      MGMT-334          Supervisory Management
future careers.                                                                                         OMGT-333          Integrated Operations Management
                                                    Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of      OMGT-336          Advanced Operation Systems
For more on co-op work terms, please see pages      age or older. Possession of minimum admission       MATH-316          Statistics
18 and 195.                                         requirements does not guarantee admission to        COOP-221          Employment Preplacement**
                                                    the program.                                                            (Program 3714 only)
FAST-TRACK OPTION                                                                                       Professional Technology year (PTy) (optional)
                                                    Academic Requirements
Fast forward to the accelerated option available                                                        Semester 6
                                                    • compulsory English 12 C or U or skills            MT-300            Finite Element Analysis Applications
on page 157.                                          assessment, or equivalent                         MT-358            Project 2: Construction*
                                                    • math 11M or U or 12C or U or skills               OMGT-331          Quality Assurance
                                                      assessment, or equivalent                         OMGT-226          Materials Management
                                                                                                        ELECT             General Education
                                                    For information on the admission process,           	 *	Minimum	C	grade	required	for	Technologist	graduation.	
                                                    please see p.14.                                    	**	Minimum	C	grade	required	in	COMM-170/171,	minimum		
                                                                                                            2.5	GPA,	and	minimum	80	per	cent	of	year	1	and	2	
                                                                                                            courses	are	required	for	COOP-221.
                                                                                                        ***	Students	will	be	placed	in	the	appropriate	English	and	
                                                                                                            math	level	based	on	skills	assessment	results.
100                                         Medical Laboratory Technician
                                            CENT Code: 3506                                      BENEFITS                                             PROGRAM/PLACEMENT
P o s t - s e c o n d a r y P ro g r a ms




                                            36 weeks/3 semesters                                 • well-equipped laboratories                         REQUIREMENTS
                                            Credential: Ontario College Certificate              • faculty with experience in clinical                1. Proof of immunization for Hepatitis B
                                            Start: Fall                                            laboratories and hospitals                         2. Proof of additional immunization prior to the
                                            Campus: Centennial HP Science                        • experience in a real work environment                 clinical internship
                                                and Technology Centre                              during clinical placement                          3. Vulnerable Sector Police Record check
                                            mlab@centennialcollege.ca                            • eligibility for certification as a Medical         4. N95 mask fitting
                                                                                                   Laboratory Assistant/Technician (MLA/T) with
                                                                                                   the Ontario Society of Medical Laboratory          PROGRAM OUTLINE
                                            Our Medical Laboratory Technician program will         Technologists and the Canadian Society for         Semester 1
                                                                                                   Medical Laboratory Science                         ANAT-106     Applied Anatomy & Physiology
                                            expose you to the exciting and rewarding world                                                            MLAB-101     Clinical Laboratory Techniques
                                            of the medical laboratory. The medical lab offers                                                         MLAB-102     Communication & Professional Practice
                                            a unique combination of technical employment         CAREERS                                              MLAB-103     Applied Chemistry for Medical
                                            and the satisfaction of working with a diverse       •   phlebotomy                                                      Laboratory
                                                                                                                                                      MLAB-104     Clinical Data Management
                                            client population.                                   •   performing ECG’s and Holter monitoring
                                                                                                                                                      COMM-170/171 College Communications 2/(ESL)
                                                                                                 •   specimen processing                              GNED-139     Transcultural Health
                                            With the role of the medical technician
                                                                                                 •   assisting in clinical lab, physician’s office,
                                            expanding, there are numerous opportunities for                                                           Semester 2
                                                                                                     veterinary lab, private and public health lab,   MLAB-121            Practical Haematology &
                                            full- and part-time employment in both clinics
                                                                                                     research lab and diagnostic supply companies                           Immunohaematology
                                            and hospital laboratories. In addition career                                                             MLAB-122            Practical Microbiology, Cytology &
                                            opportunities exist in government, research and      ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS                                                     Histology
                                            veterinary laboratories.                             Centennial College expects students applying for     MLAB-123            Specimen Collection & Processing
                                                                                                                                                      MLAB-124            Clinical Chemistry & Urinalysis
                                            Learn how to collect blood, process clinical         admission to certificate or diploma programs to      MLAB-125            Lab Administration & Quality
                                            specimens, perform ECG’s, set up Holter monitors,    present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School                             Management
                                            and perform a variety of lab functions. Emphasis     Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of       ELECT               General Education
                                            is placed on becoming proficient in the collection   age or older. Possession of minimum admission        Semester 3
                                            of blood samples, performing ECG’s, the use          requirements does not guarantee admission to         MLAB-150            Clinical Internship*
                                            of laboratory equipment and fluent in medical        the program.                                         *	The	student’s	admission	into	a	clinical	internship	is	subject	
                                            terminology, while developing the professional                                                              to	their	completion	of	all	program	courses	and	a	successful	
                                                                                                 Academic Requirements                                  interview	with	the	provider	of	the	placement.
                                            attitude and demeanor needed for close patient       • compulsory English 12C or U or skills              Additional Expenses:
                                            contact. Excellent communication skills and good       assessment, or equivalent                          1.	 Books	&	supplies.
                                            interpersonal skills are essential.                  • math 12C or U or skills assessment, or             2.	 OSMT	exam	application	and	fee.
                                            The theoretical and practical portions of this         equivalent                                         3.	 CSMLS	exam	application	and	fee.
                                            program are completed within a year. The             • biology 11C, M or U or equivalent                  4.	 For	semester	3	students	are	placed	at	various	locations	
                                                                                                                                                          in	the	GTA	and	may	be	placed	at	out-of-town	locations.	
                                            compressed delivery format makes this program        Non-academic Requirements                                These	students	will	be	responsible	for	transportation,	
                                            an ideal choice for those who wish to enter the      • English proficiency will be considered in the          accommodation	and	other	related	costs.
                                            workforce fast.                                        admissions process                                 5.	 N95	mask	fitting	fee.
                                                                                                                                                      6.	 Vulnerable	Sector	Police	Record	check	cost.
                                            This is a collaborative program which                For information on the admission process,
                                            will be taught by Centennial’s School of             please see p.14.
                                            Community and Health Studies and School of
                                            Engineering Technology and Applied Science,
                                            with representatives from hospitals, private
                                            laboratories and the Ministry of Health.
Motive Power Technician (Automotive)                                                                                                                                     101

CENT Code: 8201 (administration)                    CAREERS                                              Semester 2 – Technical Stream




                                                                                                                                                                        Post-secondary Programs
            8202 (technical)                                                                             ATEC-116       Transportation Administration 1**
                                                    A vast array of opportunities exist throughout       ATEC-117       Applied Vehicle Dynamics
2 years/4 semesters                                 the automotive industry for both administration      AUTO-111       Engines
Credential: Ontario College Diploma                 and technical students. Graduates work as            AUTO-112       Electrical Diagnosis
Start: Fall                                         insurance appraisers, service advisors, educators,   AUTO-113       Alignment
                                                                                                         AUTO-114       Transmissions
Campus: Ashtonbee                                   lead hands, repair technicians, service and parts    AUTO-115       Fuels
sot@centennialcollege.ca                            managers, and industry salespeople.                  AUTO-119       Vehicle Technology**
                                                                                                         MATH-131       Mathematics
                                                    Organizations hiring Automotive Technician           COMM-170       Communications 2*
                                                    graduates include:
This program prepares you to work in the                                                                 Semester 3 – Administration Stream
                                                    • Canadian Tire                                      ACCT-112       Accounting for Auto Technicians
automotive industry with an emphasis on motor       • Department of National Defence                     AUTO-201       Engines
vehicle technology. Theory and practical training   • Ford Motor Company                                 AUTO-202       Electrical Diagnosis
equip you for challenging positions in a variety    • General Motors                                     AUTO-203       Alignment
of careers.                                                                                              AUTO-204       Transmissions
                                                    • Honda Canada                                       AUTO-205       Fuels
The first semester is common to both the            • Ontario secondary schools                          AUTO-207       Air Conditioning
administration and technical streams, which         • Ontario community colleges                         AUTO-209       Vehicle Technology
                                                    • State Farm Insurance                               MATH-103       Elementary Statistics
allows you time to choose which is right for you.
                                                                                                         GNED-500       Global Citizenship: From Social
                                                    • Toyota                                                              Analysis to Social Action
The administration stream covers accounting,
marketing and statistics, as they relate to the     ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS                               Semester 3 – Technical Stream
automotive industry.                                                                                     ATEC-209       Applied Mechanics 2
                                                    Centennial College expects students applying for     AUTO-201       Engines 3
The technical stream focuses on applied             admission to certificate or diploma programs to      AUTO-202       Electrical Diagnosis 3
mechanics, vehicle dynamics and properties of       present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School       AUTO-203       Alignment 3
                                                    Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of       AUTO-204       Transmissions 3
materials, providing a good understanding of                                                             AUTO-205       Fuels
component design.                                   age or older. Possession of minimum admission        AUTO-207       Air Conditioning 3
                                                    requirements does not guarantee admission to         AUTO-209       Vehicle Technology 3
As part of the curriculum, you will train on
                                                    the program.                                         GNED-157       General Education
automobile assemblies in fully-equipped                                                                  GNED-500       Global Citizenship: From Social
campus auto shops. Both streams provide the         ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS                                                 Analysis to Social Action
same vehicle technology, and in-school content      • compulsory English 12C or U or skills              Semester 4 – Administration Stream
as the Automotive Service Technician (AST)            assessment, or equivalent                          ATEC-208       Technical Drawing
apprenticeship qualification, plus a college                                                             ATEC-216       Transportation Administration 2**
                                                    • math 11M or U, or 12C or U or skills               AUTO-211       Engines
diploma that reflects high standards of learning.     assessment, or equivalent                          AUTO-212       Electrical Diagnosis
The curriculum will prepare learners to enter the                                                        AUTO-213       Alignment
industry as well as be successful on exemption      For information on the admission process,
                                                                                                         AUTO-214       Transmissions
testing for licensing qualifications.               please see p.14.                                     AUTO-215       Fuels
                                                                                                         AUTO-217       Air Conditioning
If you are currently unable to meet the admission   PROGRAM OUTLINE                                      AUTO-219       Vehicle Technology**
requirements of this program, please refer to       Semester 1 – Administration & Technical Streams      ENGL-219       Communication for the Auto Industry
our General Arts and Science – Science Option       ATEC-107       Applied Mechanics                     Semester 4 – Technical Stream
program – code 6903 (28). Upon successful           AUTO-101       Engines                               ATEC-208       Technical Drawing
                                                    AUTO-102       Electrical Diagnosis                  ATEC-219       Properties of Materials
completion of the Science Option program you        AUTO-103       Alignment                             AUTO-211       Engines
will be eligible to enter Motive Power Technician   AUTO-104       Transmissions                         AUTO-212       Electrical Diagnosis
program.                                            AUTO-105       Fuels                                 AUTO-213       Alignment
                                                    AUTO-109       Vehicle Technology                    AUTO-214       Transmissions
                                                    MATH-130       Mathematics                           AUTO-215       Fuels
BENEFITS                                            COMM-160       Communications 1*                     AUTO-217       Air Conditioning
• administration stream is suitable for those       GNED-126       Occupational Health & Safety          AUTO-219       Vehicle Technology**
  with a professional interest in the business      Semester 2 – Administration Stream                   ENGL-219       Communication for the Auto Industry
  component of the automotive industry              ATEC-116       Transportation Administration 1**     	*	Students	will	be	placed	in	the	appropriate	English	level	
• technical stream is ideal for those with          AUTO-111       Engines                                  based	on	skills	assessment	results.	Students	in	two-	or	
                                                    AUTO-112       Electrical Diagnosis                     three-year	programs	must	complete	GNED-500	as	part	of	
  strengths in mathematics and physics              AUTO-113       Alignment                                their	general	education	requirements.	
• combination of theory and shop experience         AUTO-114       Transmissions                         	 *	 inimum	C	grade	required.	
                                                                                                         *M
• facilities in Ontario’s largest transportation    AUTO-115       Fuels                                 Note:	GNED-157	may	be	replaced	with	another	GNED	elective	
  training centre – Ashtonbee campus                AUTO-119       Vehicle Technology**                  of	the	learners	choice.	However	the	mandated	GNED’s		
                                                    MKTG-123       Marketing for Auto Technician         (GNED-126	and	GNED-500)	may	not	be	substituted.
• accredited by CARS National Accreditation
                                                    COMM-170       Communications 2*
  Board                                                                                                  Model routes are under review and are subject to
• accredited by the Department of National                                                               change due to program review and updates.
  Defence
• both streams offer equal opportunity to begin
  an apprenticeship upon graduation
102                                         Motorcycle and Powersports Products Repair Techniques
                                            CENT Code: 8403                                        BENEFITS                                          ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
P o s t - s e c o n d a r y P ro g r a ms




                                            32 weeks/2 semesters                                   • up-to-date labs, well-equipped with the         Centennial College expects students applying for
                                            Credential: Ontario College Certificate                  latest products                                 admission to certificate or diploma programs to
                                            Start: Fall                                            • faculty are seasoned professionals who are      present at minimum an Ontario Secondary School
                                            Campus: Ashtonbee                                        connected to industry and committed to          Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of
                                            sot@centennialcollege.ca                                 student success                                 age or older. Possession of minimum admission
                                                                                                   • active program advisory committee               requirements does not guarantee admission to
                                                                                                     representing product manufacturers,             the program.
                                            This program provides training for entry-level           dealers and independent repairers
                                                                                                                                                     Academic Requirements
                                            positions in the exciting field of motorcycle and      • training in the latest all-important
                                                                                                                                                     • compulsory English 12 C or U or skills
                                            powersports products service and repair.                 diagnostic skills
                                                                                                                                                       assessment, or equivalent
                                                                                                   • graduates may have an opportunity for
                                            Graduates will be qualified for positions as                                                             For information on the admission process,
                                                                                                     credit towards their apprenticeship
                                            apprentice technicians servicing motorcycles,                                                            please see p.14.
                                                                                                     requirements
                                            all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles, personal
                                            watercraft, small engines, outboards and               CAREERS                                           PROGRAM OUTLINE
                                            small powered products. They may also find             As a graduate, you’ll have many skills to offer   Semester 1
                                            employment as parts persons, service writers,          employers.                                        MCYC-130          Applied Work Practice & Procedure I
                                            service managers or sales persons.                                                                       MCYC-131          Engine Systems I
                                                                                                   Typical positions include:                        MCYC-135          Fuel Systems I
                                            This program is unique in that it offers training      • apprentice motorcycle technician                MCYC-136          Electrical Systems I
                                            in a wide-variety of products. Most technicians                                                          MCYC-137          Power Trains I
                                                                                                   • apprentice small engine mechanic                MCYC-209          Hydraulics/Pneumatics
                                            in the field specialize in one type of product only.   • parts technician trainee                        MCEN-119          English for Motive Power Technicians I
                                            This program offers students the opportunity to        • service advisor trainee.                        GNED-126          Occupational Health & Safety
                                            learn about many aspects of the motorcycle and                                                           Semester 2
                                            powersports business, which will greatly enhance       ACCREDITATION                                     MCYC-200          Applied Work Practice & Procedure II
                                            your employability.                                    Our commitment to the pursuit of excellence       MCYC-201          Engine Systems II
                                                                                                   in the delivery of education and training has     MCYC-205          Fuel Systems II
                                            Almost 40 per cent of the program is taught in                                                           MCYC-206          Electrical Systems II
                                                                                                   lead to the assessment of the program by the
                                            our well-equipped labs which are generously                                                              MCYC-207          Power Trains II
                                                                                                   Canadian Automotive Repair and Service Council    MCYC-208          Brakes/Chassis I
                                            supported by industry donations of up-to-date
                                                                                                   (CARS). After a comprehensive review of the       MCEN-209          English for Motive Power Technicians II
                                            products.                                                                                                ELECT             General Education
                                                                                                   Motorcycle & Powersports Products Repair
                                                                                                   program, the CARS National Accreditation          Note:	Minimum	D	grade	in	all	subjects	with	an	overall	GPA	of	
                                                                                                                                                     2.0	is	required	for	graduation.
                                                                                                   Board unanimously endorsed the program’s full
                                                                                                   compliance with the national industry standards
                                                                                                   on February 1, 2001.

				
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