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  Durham College is committed
                                         Studying at Durham College opens up a world of educational
                                         pathways. Our exceptional professors offer real-world experience
                                         and hands-on training with the latest technologies in an
                                         interactive learning environment that provides the opportunity to
                                         network and apply your skills in the workplace before
  to giving students the skills          graduation. In addition, you have more academic opportunities
                                         than ever before to pursue a university degree in less than the
  and knowledge they need to             traditional amount of time thanks to the many unique bridging
   succeed and make a difference in      opportunities we offer through our campus partner the
intro                           text     University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) and
   the world. In addition to providing   several other universities in Ontario and around the world.
                                         We also have several transfer agreements in place that enable
  a challenging and supportive           graduates to pursue a university degree without having to
                                         repeat certain courses.
  learning environment, we offer         The college is located in the heart of the Greater Toronto Area,
                                         just 40 minutes east of Toronto, Canada’s leading business and
  academic experience that is second     cultural centre. With a population of more than 600,000 people,
                                         Durham Region offers sports, culture, education and music as
  to none – a promise we’ve made         well as the opportunity for you to ski, snowboard, hike, walk,
                                         bike, windsurf, sail, fish and more within 30 minutes of campus.
  to thousands of students for more      In addition, if you prefer the indoors, you can visit one of many
                                         shopping malls and restaurants, or check out one of theatre and
  than four decades.                     concert events that happen in the region on a regular basis.
                                         To find out more, call us at 905.721.3000 or visit
                                         https://myplace.durhamcollege.ca/durham.
Table of contents
ACADEMIC INFORMATION AND POLICIES ..................................................................................................16
ADMISSIONS/HOW TO APPLY ....................................................................................................................8-11
APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING........................................................................................................................144
BUDGET COUNSELLING ..................................................................................................................................19
CAMPUS ID CARDS ..........................................................................................................................................20
CONTINUING EDUCATION ..............................................................................................................................29
DATES TO REMEMBER ....................................................................................................................................12
DISABILITY SERVICES/CENTRE FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES..............................................11/23
EMPLOYMENT ON-CAMPUS (WORK STUDY)..............................................................................................19
FEES/FEES POLICY ............................................................................................................................................14
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE (FINANCIAL AID AND AWARDS) ....................................................................19
GRADUATE PROGRAMS ..................................................................................................................................38
HEALTH CENTRE ................................................................................................................................................23
HIRED CAREER SERVICES................................................................................................................................25
INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETE ACADEMIC SUCCESS PROGRAM (IAASP) ..............................................20
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS/ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES ................................................26/81
JOB CONNECT ..................................................................................................................................................28
LIBRARY (LEARNING RESOURCES)................................................................................................................24
MEDIA SERVICES ..............................................................................................................................................25
MOBILE LEARNING ............................................................................................................................................7
OVERSUBSCRIBED SELECTION AND PROGRAMS ....................................................................................10
PART-TIME STUDENTS ....................................................................................................................................16
PEER TUTORING/STUDY SKILLS (LEARNER SUPPORT CENTRE) ............................................................24
PRIOR LEARNING ASSESSMENT AND RECOGNITION (PLAR) ................................................................28
PROGRAMS – INDEX A – Z/AREA OF STUDY ........................................................................................39-40
SCHOLARSHIPS, BURSARIES AND AWARDS..............................................................................................20
SAFETY ON CAMPUS........................................................................................................................................20
SECOND CAREER ..............................................................................................................................................11
SERVICES FOR STUDENTS ........................................................................................................................19-25
STUDENT LIFE ..................................................................................................................................................22
TRANSFER CREDITS/ADVANCED STANDING ..............................................................................................10
TRANSFER GUIDE (PATHWAYS FROM DURHAM COLLEGE TO OTHER INSTITUTIONS) ................30-35
UNIVERSITY DEGREES AT UOIT.................................................................................................................36-37
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       Residence

       You’re here to learn                             We offer different residence options through
                                                        our South and Simcoe Village residences.
       and you’ve come to the                                                                              South Village
                                                        In addition, there are new apartment-style
                                                        units available for students in their upper    Overlooking a creek and conservation area,
       right place! As you’ll                           years of study.                                our five-storey South Village residence
                                                                                                       provides furnished suites with two private
       soon discover, Durham                                                                           bedrooms that include:
                                                            Simcoe Village
       College offers both                                                                             •   Cable television;
                                                        Our Simcoe Village residence gives you a
       hometown advantages                              choice between furnished double rooms that     •   Fridge;
                                                        are semi-divided for privacy or furnished          Internet access;
       and international flair.                         suites with two private bedrooms. Both
                                                                                                       •

                                                                                                       •   Kitchenette;
                                                        options include:
       Our goal is to deliver effective and seamless                                                   •   Microwave;
                                                        •   Cable television;
       pathways to, during and beyond college. We                                                      •   Telephone; and
       start with the promise that, as a student        •   Fridge;
                                                                                                       •   Three-piece bath.
       enrolled at Durham College for the first time,   •   Internet access;
       you are guaranteed a room in residence if                                                       The residence also features a modern
                                                        •   Kitchenette;
       you meet the deadlines for accepting our                                                        cafeteria and study and recreation areas.
       offer of admission and applying to               •   Microwave;
                                                                                                       » T: 905.728.8700
       residence. Your residence application form is    •   Telephone; and
                                                                                                       » E: durham@stayrcc.com
       included with your offer of admission or you
                                                        •   Three-piece bath.                          » www.stayrcc.com
       can apply online through our website. It
       doesn’t get any easier!


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       Exercising your body
       is just as important as
       exercising your mind
       and thanks to Durham
       College’s world-class
       facilities, award-winning
       varsity athletics program
       and extensive intramural
       sports leagues, you
       can do both.




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The Campus Recreation and Wellness                 Our Campus Health Centre provides:                 If you’re not prepared to commit to a
Centre is one of the best athletic facilities in   •   A medical clinic featuring extended hours      varsity-level sport, feel free to join one of
the country, offering many state-of-the-art            of service, on-site doctors and nurses and     our many intramural teams, including:
features including:                                    on-site counselling services;                  •    Basketball;
•   A 28,000-square-foot triple gym;               •   A full-service pharmacy; and                   •    Ice and road hockey;
•   A 10,000-square-foot fitness centre;           •   A variety of alternative health services       •    Indoor soccer;
•   Two 900-square-foot aerobic/dance studios;         including massage therapy, physiotherapy,      •    Slo-pitch;
•   Two squash courts;                                 acupuncture, nutritional counselling and
                                                                                                      •    Touch football;
                                                       chiropractic and orthotic services.
•   An indoor golf range;                                                                             •    Volleyball; and
•   An elevated indoor walking/jogging track           Can’t get enough sports?                       •    Many more.
    overlooking the gym;
                                                       We also have:                                  Whether you’re into team sports or individual
•   An athletic therapy centre;                                                                       pursuits, we’re sure you’ll find something to
                                                   •   The Campus Ice Centre which features
•   A multi-purpose lounge; and                        two NHL-sized ice pads;                        satisfy your interests, indoors or out.
•   Student sports club office space.              •   The Campus Tennis Centre, which is open        » T: 905.721.3040
In addition, the centre is also home to an             year-round and features six Har-Tru (clay)     » www.campusrecreationcentre.com
incredible mix of health and wellness                  tennis courts; and
services designed to keep you feeling              •   Softball and soccer fields.
fantastic all semester long.




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Transit – getting to campus

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We know that when             Here’s how it works
                                                                              only environmentally friendly, it also saves
                            As a full-time Durham College student, your
you’re on a budget,         U-Pass grants you unlimited free use of any
                                                                              you the cost of parking your vehicle on
                                                                              campus.
every little bit helps.     Durham Region Transit
                            (www.durhamregiontransit.com) or GO               Besides offering a great deal, the U-Pass
First introduced in 2006,   Transit (www.gotransit.com) bus operating         also offers convenience, with more than 380
                                                                              buses entering the bus circle in front of the
the Universal Transit       in the Region of Durham. When boarding a
                                                                              Gordon Willey building on a daily basis.
                            bus, all you have to do is show your
Pass (U-Pass), it is        Campus ID card to the bus driver and you’re       Durham Region Transit also provides bus
                            on your way.                                      service in all Durham Region communities
more than a little                                                            and GO Transit connects the campus with
                            The cost for the U-Pass is included in your
                                                                              express buses to the Scarborough Town
savings and helps a lot!    full-time student fees, allowing you to cross
                                                                              Centre and York University (at a reduced
                            transportation budgeting off your list of
                                                                              cost for students) with stops in areas such
                            financial considerations. There are
                                                                              as Markham and Vaughan.
                            additional benefits too – taking transit is not



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Mobile learning at its best

                                                    other and their professors;
Having the latest skills
                                                •   Access the student Internet and other
and knowledge gives                                 electronic resources;
you an automatic edge                           •   Have ready access to test and assignment
                                                    results; and
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                                                • Manage    their schedules and finances.
when it comes to starting
your career. That’s why                             Added benefits are:
we introduced mobile                            •   Employer demand for the technical skills
                                                                                                •   Business – Human Resources (two-year);
                                                    of our Mobile Learning program students;
learning eight years                            •   Access to learning tools (educational
                                                                                                •   Business Administration – Human
                                                                                                    Resources (three-year);
ago and have been                                   software/notes/research) anytime,
                                                    anywhere;                                   •   Business – Marketing (two-year);
adding it to our                                •   Interaction and collaboration through       •   Business Administration – Marketing
programs ever since.                                technology increases learning retention;        (three-year);

                                                •   Encourages self-directed and active         •   Business – Operations (two-year);
    What is Mobile learning?                        learning;                                   •   Business Administration – Operations
The Mobile Learning program at Durham           •   Access to online learning management            Management (three-year);
College is committed to the highest quality         systems to deliver assignments remotely;    •   Computer Programmer (two-year);
learning, teaching, research and                •   Immediate access to worldwide online        •   Computer Programmer Analyst
professional practice. At Durham College,           resources; and                                  (three-year);
we are pleased to provide you with a 21st
                                                •   Equal access to curriculum designed to      •   Computer Systems Technician (two-year);
century learning environment, supported by
                                                    incorporate technology.
the latest information and communications                                                       •   Computer Systems Technology
technology. Our unique mobile learning                                                              (three-year);
environment includes wired and wireless             Service and assistance when
                                                                                                •   Graphic Design (three-year);
connectivity on campus, access to world-            you need it
wide resources via high speed Internet links                                                    •   Internet Applications and Web
                                                Our friendly and knowledgeable team                 Development (two-year);
and uninterrupted learning across campus
                                                provide first line support to all students,
supported by a state-of-the-art learning                                                        •   Journalism – Print (two-year);
                                                faculty and staff using laptops. We offer
infrastructure. At Durham College, we are
                                                support on any hardware or software             •   Journalism – Print and Broadcast
using enabling standards based technology
                                                challenges you may encounter. Before you            (three-year);
to enhance learning. As part of the program,
                                                receive your laptop, certified technicians in   •   Multimedia Design (three-year);
each student and professor uses a current
                                                our Mobile Computing Centre will install
model of the LENOVOThinkPad or                                                                  •   Nursing – Collaborative BScN
                                                fully tested designated software for your
Macintosh laptop depending on their                                                                 (UOIT/Durham College) (four-year); and
                                                program to ensure stability in the learning
program requirement.
                                                environment. Support Centre service is          •   Public Relations (three-year).
                                                available in person, by phone and via the
    Mobile learning benefits you                Internet.                                       Note: Programs included are subject to change.

One of the greatest advantages of our
                                                                                                To receive a copy of our Mobile Learning
Mobile Learning program is that students
and professors have equal access to the
                                                    Mobile learning programs 2010-2011:         program brochure or for more information:

same quality technology, resources and          •   Advertising (three-year);
                                                                                                » T: 905.721.3333
services. In or outside the classroom,          •   Business – Accounting (two-year);           » E: itsupport@dc-uoit.ca
students can, for example:                                                                      » www.durhamcollege.ca/mobile
                                                •   Business Administration – Accounting
•   Make quality computer-based                     (three-year);
    presentations;
                                                •   Business – Entrepreneurship and Small
•   Do Internet-based research;                     Business (two-year);
•   Work electronically, on their own or with   •   Business – General –Transfer program to
    other students;                                 UOIT Bachelor of Commerce (Hons.)
•   Communicate electronically with each            (four-year);


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   Admissions


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                              Let us guide you every
                              step of the way!
                              Myplace@DurhamCollege (myplace.durhamcollege.ca)
                              is an interactive portal, which allows you to access a
                              wealth of Durham College resources. You can visit the site
                              through a direct link at www.durhamcollege.ca.
                              On this site, you will receive responses to your questions,
                              create your own mailbox, submit e-mails, request information,
                              book campus tours, monitor events, and receive personalized
                              program and event information.

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How do I apply?                                   college of the applicant's decision.
                                                  For more detailed application procedures
                                                                                                  subject areas of Language Arts – Reading,
                                                                                                  Language Arts – Writing, Mathematics,
                                                  visit the ontariocolleges.ca website or pick    Social Studies, and Science. At Durham
Apply to Durham College using the online
                                                  up a copy of the Ontario College Guide at       College, the certification may be used for
application at www.ontariocolleges.ca or by
                                                  the locations listed above.                     non-oversubscribed program admission
phone at 1.888.892.2228 or using a paper
                                                                                                  only. For oversubscribed program selection,
application form available at the locations
                                                                                                  students are required to complete the
listed below.
                                                  How do I qualify                                prerequisite subject credits and provide
                                                                                                  successful grades to be used in the
OSHAWA CAMPUS
Durham College Office of the Registrar
                                                  for admission?                                  admissions selection process.
                                                                                                  Academic and Career Entrance (ACE)
Admissions and Recruitment office                                                                 The Academic and Career Entrance program
Room A160, Gordon Willey building                   College eligibility                           is an adult upgrading certificate course for
2000 Simcoe Street North                                                                          those who are 19 years of age or older, who
                                                  The minimum admission requirement for
Oshawa, ON L1H 7K4                                                                                are missing some prerequisite subjects,
                                                  post-secondary programs is one of the
» T: 905.721.3000                                                                                 want to upgrade to an acceptable level, or to
                                                  following: Ontario Secondary School
» E:recruitment@durhamcollege.ca                                                                  obtain a Grade 12 equivalency certificate.
                                                  Diploma (OSSD) with the majority
WHITBY CAMPUS                                     (eight of 14) of senior level (Grade 11 or      See page 43 for more information.
Durham College Office of the Registrar            higher) credits at the general, advanced,       Basic Training for Skills Development (BTSD)
Room 103                                          OAC, open, college preparation,                 The Basic Training for Skills Development is
1610 Champlain Avenue                             university/college preparation or university    an academic upgrading program for those
Whitby, ON L1N 6A7                                preparation level.                              who are 19 years of age or older, who are
» T: 905.721.3000                                                                                 missing some prerequisite subjects, want to
                                                  Equivalent secondary school diploma from
» E: recruitment@durhamcollege.ca                                                                 upgrade to an acceptable level, or to obtain
                                                  other provinces and territories in Canada
ontariocolleges.ca                                                                                a Grade 12 equivalency certificate at the
                                                  Recognized equivalents to an Ontario
60 Corporate Court                                                                                college preparation level.
                                                  Secondary School Diploma may be accepted
Guelph, ON N1G 5J3                                if the applicant meets the requirements for     Mature Student Status (MSS)
» T: 1.888.892.2228                               admission to the college levels, subjects and   Applicants aged 19 or older as of the first
Any Ontario secondary school Guidance or          overall averages required. Generally the        day of school, and who do not possess an
Student Services office.                          requirement is successful completion of a       Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)
                                                  Grade 12 diploma, except for Quebec where       or equivalent, may be considered for
                                                  the equivalent is Secondary V.                  admission as mature students. For all
All post-secondary program applicants                                                             program admissions, students are required
                                                  Equivalent secondary school diploma from
must submit their application through                                                             to complete the prerequisite subject credit(s)
                                                  outside Canada
ontariocolleges.ca.This service receives and                                                      and provide successful grade(s) to be used
                                                  Applicants who have been educated outside
records applications and student responses                                                        in the admissions selection process.
                                                  Canada must submit proof of educational
to college offers of admission. A $95 fee
                                                  qualifications to ontariocolleges.ca.           All applicants must complete all program
must accompany the application. An
                                                                                                  eligibility requirements to be considered
additional fee of $60 is required for the         These will be evaluated to determine if the
                                                                                                  for admission and are considered on an
evaluation of foreign transcripts. Applicants     level of achievement is equivalent to the
                                                                                                  individual basis.
may make up to five program choices,              Ontario Secondary School Diploma.
with no more than three at any one college.                                                       Meeting the minimum admissions
                                                  Only original or certified copies of academic
                                                                                                  requirement does not guarantee entrance to
Applicants are encouraged to list their           records will be accepted.
                                                                                                  the program.
choices in order of preference. The order of      Documents that are not in English must be
preference will not affect the applicants'        submitted with a certified true translation.
eligibility to receive an offer of admission.     Evaluations may take several weeks to
To be assured of equal consideration for the      complete and applicants should allow
program of the applicant's choice,                sufficient time in advance for the results to
applications must be received by                  be forwarded to college choices to meet all
ontariocolleges.ca no later than February 1,      admissions deadlines.
2010 for a fall start and October 1, 2010 for a   General Educational Development (GED)
winter start. After February 1 and October 1      www.ged.on.ca
respectively, qualified applicants will be        The General Educational Development
considered on a first-come, first-served          (GED) is an international high school
basis, provided there are vacancies.              equivalency testing program for adults who
Applications to a program will be accepted        did not finish high school, who have been
until the program is full and a waiting list is   out of full-time high school for at least one
established.                                      year, and are 18 years of age or older. The
                                                  GED High School Equivalency Certificate is
An applicant may accept only one offer of
                                                  awarded following successful completion of
admission at one time. “Confirmation of
                                                  five standardized tests that evaluate
Acceptance” is completed directly with
                                                  participants' skills and knowledge in the
ontariocolleges.ca which then notifies the


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     Program eligibility                                            Selection process for                         Programs anticipated to be oversubscribed
                                                                                                                  in the 2010-2011 academic year:
Some programs require applicants to meet                            oversubscribed programs
additional admission criteria. These may                                                                          •   Advertising;
                                                                Selection is based on the average of the
include, but are not limited to, specific                       following.                                        •   Child and Youth Worker;
academic prerequisites; an essay, test or                       Four prerequisite senior level subjects           •   Communicative Disorders Assistant;
questionnaire; the submission of a portfolio;                   (11, 12, OAC or post-secondary), excluding
or the inclusion of an entry immunization                                                                         •   Community Integration through
                                                                co-op, which have been multiplied by a
form. The admission eligibility requirements                                                                          Cooperative Education;
                                                                weighting factor determined by the level
for each program may vary and are listed in                     of each subject taken as follows:                 •   Dental Assisting (Levels I and II);
detail in the program section of this calendar.
                                                                •   Grade 13/OAC, Grade 12 C, M, U, post-         •   Dental Hygiene;
It is the responsibility of each applicant to
                                                                    secondary x 1.17;                             •   Electrical Technician – Instrumentation and
complete these requirements as part of the
admission process. Detailed instructions and                    •   Grade 11/12 Advanced, Grade 11 C, M, U x          Control;
deadlines are provided upon application.                            1.13; and                                     •   Fitness and Health Promotion;
Note: It is the student's responsibility to know what the       •   Grade 11/12 General = PAR.
requirements are in order to enter a particular profession,                                                       •   Firefighter – Pre-service, Education and
including physical attributes/qualifications, addiction-free,                                                         Training;
clear criminal reference check, etc.                            Other required subject credits
                                                                If any subjects other than English are            •   Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
                                                                required for program entry, these will be             Techniques;
     Off-campus clinical/work experience
                                                                used as part of the three other grades in the
Some college programs require students to                                                                         •   Human Services Worker;
                                                                selection average, if marks are available.
complete clinical or work experience, and                                                                         •   Music Business Administration/Music
                                                                If marks are not available for the
employers sometimes require a criminal                                                                                Business Management;
                                                                prerequisite subject(s), the student must
records search as a condition of the
                                                                be currently registered in the required           •   Paramedic;
placement. Students may be refused
                                                                subject(s). Marks for similar past courses        •   Practical Nursing; and
placement by that agency if they do not meet
                                                                will be substituted as follows:
the employer's or professional health                                                                             •   Veterinary Assistant.
standards.                                                      •   Grade 11 English substituted for Grade 12
                                                                                                                  The Admissions and Recruitment office
                                                                    English;
This may disqualify a student from                                                                                reserves the right to add or delete from this
participating in clinical or work experience                    •   Grade 11 mathematics substituted for          list based on, but not limited to, applicant
and result in the student's inability to meet                       Grade 12 mathematics; or                      demand and/or program changes.
program graduation requirements.                                •   Grade 11 science substituted for grade 12
                                                                    science.                                          Transfer credits/advanced standing
     Admissions process                                         If multiple subject credit marks are available,   Durham College recognizes the learning
Selection criteria may be based on any                          the highest mark after weighting will be used.    acquired through study at other post-
combination of the following:                                                                                     secondary institutions, through a Transfer
                                                                Plus bonus points if applicable as follows
•   Review of applicant's academic record;                                                                        Credit Assessment. This assessment will
                                                                Successful college program – 1
                                                                                                                  award advanced standing to students where
•   Review of any additional documentation                      mark/successful semester – max. 6 points
                                                                                                                  their prior post-secondary learning and
    submitted to support the application as
                                                                Successful university program – 1                 credits are deemed to be relevant and
    required by the program, including
                                                                mark/successful semester – max. 6 points          appropriate to the programs offered at
    volunteer or work experience, letters of
                                                                Minimum grade requirements                        Durham. For further information on Transfer
    reference, etc.;
                                                                Some programs require a minimum                   Credit/Advanced Standing, please contact
•   The results of a test(s) or questionnaire;                                                                    the Office of the Registrar, Admissions and
                                                                weighted grade for individual subject credits
•   A review of a portfolio; and                                as indicated on the program description           Recruitment office at 905.721.3000 or by
                                                                under entrance requirements. Weighting            e-mail at admissions@durhamcollege.ca.
•   An interview.
                                                                factors are determined by the level of each
Selection will be based on all criteria listed
                                                                subject taken as identified in the “Selection         When will I be notified?
under individual program descriptions as
                                                                process for oversubscribed programs.”             Applicants may be notified of admissions
entrance requirements.
                                                                Priority of admission                             decisions for a fall, winter or spring start
All applications received by
                                                                For oversubscribed programs applicants            beginning February 1, 2010 for non-
ontariocolleges.ca on or before February 1,
                                                                are accepted according to the following           oversubscribed programs, and March 5,
2010 for a fall start or October 1, 2010 for a
                                                                priorities:                                       2010 for oversubscribed programs.
winter start will be considered equally. Early
application is encouraged.                                      •   Permanent residents of Ontario;               For a winter start to an oversubscribed
                                                                •   Permanent residents of other provinces        program, admissions decisions will be
Programs for which there are more qualified
                                                                    and territories in Canada; and                issued beginning November 1, 2010 .
applicants having applied by the equal
consideration deadlines as above, than seats                    •   Applicants from other countries.
are available, are deemed to be
“oversubscribed” and will be rank ordered,
and the best qualified applicants offered
seats or places on a waiting list.



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    Offers of admission                            and/or review their admissions decision may        Studying as a full-time student
                                                   do so by contacting an admissions and
Before admission is considered final,                                                               The majority of students attend Durham
                                                   recruitment officer to request an explanation
applicants may need to meet the following                                                           College on a full-time basis. This means that
                                                   of the decision. Applicants not satisfied with
conditions by the stipulated deadline:                                                              they are enrolled in at least 66.6 per cent of
                                                   the explanation may request, in writing, an
•   Completion of secondary school studies to                                                       the subjects prescribed for their given
                                                   admission review. Such a request must
    obtain an Ontario Secondary School                                                              semester or at least 70 per cent of the credit
                                                   be received by the associate registrar,
    Diploma or equivalent; and/or                                                                   hours prescribed for their given semester.
                                                   Admissions and Recruitment office,
•   Completion of particular courses, in which     within 15 days of the admission decision.        The requirement to qualify as a full-time
    applicants are currently enrolled, to meet     The request should include:                      student for the purposes of receiving
    specific program requirements; and/or                                                           Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)
                                                   •   The applicant's name;
                                                                                                    funding may vary. Please contact the
•   Completion of a college preparatory            •   The applicant's Durham College ID            Financial Aid and Awards office for details.
    program to the equivalent level of that            number and ontariocolleges.ca number;
    specified in the program requirements;
    and/or
                                                   •   The program to which the applicant             Disability services
                                                       applied;
                                                                                                    Durham College provides accommodation
•   Submission of specific documentation as
                                                   •   Reason(s) given by the college for not       supports for students with disabilities who
    required by the program (for example,
                                                       accepting the applicant; and                 self-identify, through the Centre for Students
    portfolio of artwork).
                                                   •   Reason(s) the applicant is requesting the    with Disabilities. Students are strongly
Applicants will be notified of all conditions                                                       encouraged to contact the centre.
                                                       admissions review.
of admission. An offer of admission may be                                                          Please contact the Centre for Students
withdrawn if an applicant fails to meet all        A written response will be provided within
                                                                                                    with Disabilities for an appointment at
conditions, confirm acceptance, and/or pay         10 business days.
                                                                                                    905.721.3123,or access further information
fees by the stipulated deadlines.                                                                   at www.durhamcollege.ca/disabilities.
                                                       Re-admission to Durham College               See page 23 for further details.
    Wait list                                      A student who withdraws from his/her
Applicants placed on a wait list will be           studies, or who has been withdrawn by the          Please note the following
                                                   college, is subject to:
advised of their status. As seats become                                                              important information
available they will be notified. Wait lists will   a) The current admission requirements for
                                                                                                    Durham College strives to ensure the
be maintained until the start of the program          the program of choice; and
                                                                                                    accuracy of the information in this
only. Those remaining on a wait list must re-
                                                   b) Any conditions that may have been             publication. Please note that the academic
apply to the program the following year or
                                                      outlined to the student in order to be        curriculum is continually reviewed and
next start date, and repeat all components
                                                      readmitted.                                   revised to ensure program quality and
of the admission process for that program.
                                                   If previous college academic progress or         relevancy. As such, the college reserves the
                                                   conduct has been unacceptable, a further         right to modify or cancel any course,
    Admission review process                       admissions review may be required. The           program, fee, procedure, timetable or
At Durham College it is our intent to deal         college reserves the right to refuse             campus location at any time. Please consult
with all applicants in a fair and equitable        admission or re-admission to students based      our website at www.durhamcollege.ca for
manner. Applicants wishing to question             on conduct or lack of academic progress.         the most current information.




Develop your own second career strategy
If you've been laid off and are currently          College can help. We offer a number of
unemployed or working less than 20 hours a         programs that can assist you in realizing
week and are considering a new career, you         your career goals.
may qualify for funding through the Second         For more information about how you can
Career program.                                    benefit from a second career strategy:
This newly created Ontario government
                                                   » T: 905.721.3219
program is designed to help unemployed
                                                   » E: secondcareer@durhamcollege.ca.
workers who commit to a long-term training
                                                   www.durhamcollege.ca/secondcareer
plan make the transition to new careers in
growing areas of the economy. If you
qualify, the Ontario government will               To find out if you are eligible for Second
provide funding towards tuition, living and        Career funding contact a local assessment
transportation costs. This is where Durham         centre, funded by Employment Ontario.


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Important dates to remember
FOR PROGRAMS WITH START DATES BETWEEN AUGUST 1, 2010 AND JULY 31, 2011


Access to online college application at ontariocolleges.ca.                                                                                             October 2009


First transmission of applications to the colleges by ontariocolleges.ca.                                                                               December 1, 2009


Applications (including fee) received at ontariocolleges.ca on or before this date are considered equally for fall start oversubscribed programs.       February 1, 2010


Earliest release of admissions decisions for non-oversubscribed programs. Offers will continue to be issued until programs are filled or                February 1, 2010
wait-lists are established.


Transcripts of current or previous secondary or post-secondary education must be received at ontariocolleges.ca.                                        February 1, 2010
Please note: Foreign transcripts require a minimum of two weeks to be evaluated by ICAS, the ontariocolleges.ca service provider.


Expected release date of admissions decisions to oversubscribed programs.                                                                               March 5, 2010


“Confirmation of Acceptance” to the applicants chosen college program for a fall start* to be received at ontariocolleges.ca on or before this date.    May 3, 2010


Equal consideration tuition due date at Durham College for a fall start program.                                                                        July 5, 2010


Applicants submit final summer school marks and/or any outstanding documentation required to meet conditions of admission.                              August 6, 2010


First day of fall start classes.                                                                                                                        September 7, 2010


Applications (including fee) received at ontariocolleges.ca on or before this date are considered equally for winter start oversubscribed programs.     October 1, 2010


Transcripts of current or previous secondary or post-secondary education must be received at ontariocolleges.ca.                                        October 1, 2010
Please note: Foreign transcripts require a minimum of two weeks to be evaluated by ICAS, the ontariocolleges.ca service provider.


Expected release date of admissions decisions to oversubscribed programs for applicants for a winter start.                                             November 3, 2010


“Confirmation of Acceptance” to the applicants chosen college program for a winter start to be received at ontariocolleges.ca on or before this date.   November 15, 2010


Equal consideration tuition due date at Durham College for a winter start program.                                                                      December 3, 2010


First day of January winter start classes.                                                                                                              January 5, 2011


First day of February winter start classes.                                                                                                             February 1, 2011


Expected release date of admissions decisions to all applicants to programs with a spring start.                                                        February 28, 2011


“Confirmation of Acceptance” to the applicants chosen college program for a spring start to be received at ontariocolleges.ca on or before this date.   March 14, 2011


First day of spring start classes.                                                                                                                      May 9, 2011
CAMPUS LIBRARY
Fee information
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   Full-time post-secondary tuition fees                     Information Technology (IT Services)             $171.67            Graduation fee
                                                             Student Centre                                    $51.29
The standard tuition fee for Canadian                        Security (24-hour access to computer labs)        $23.93        Students pay a $31.37 graduation fee in the
residents is $2,220 for one academic year                    Campus Radio Station                              $10.35        first year of their program.
(two semesters). International students will                 Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre            $151.60
pay a tuition fee of $12,008 per academic                    Universal Transit Pass (U-Pass)                  $120.00
                                                                                                                                 Additional course fees
year (two semesters) for most programs.                      Graduation (1st year students)                    $31.37
                                                                                                                             Students will be assessed additional tuition
Note: Some programs may charge additional cost-              TOTAL                                            $945.38
recovery tuition fees. These additional fees apply to both                                                                   fees for each course taken in excess of the
canadian and international students. Please refer to
individual program pages for further details.                                                                                normal full-time load for the program level.
                                                             ** Students may opt out of these fees. Opt-out forms are
                                                             available online or at the student centre with proof of
                                                             medical coverage. However, the fee must be paid in                  Miscellaneous fees
Part-time post-secondary tuition fees          $5.17/hour    advance.
Tuition Short Programs                       $60.61/week     Note: International students are required to pay an             Late Payment Fee                                 $100.00
English Language Training                     $316/week      additional $560 for medical coverage. Student compulsory
                                                             ancillary fees for part-time post-secondary students will       Transcripts                                       $10.00
                                                             be prorated.                                                    Third Party Correspondence,                        $4.18
                                                                                                                                Verification of Registration
                                                                                                                                or Letter of Attendance
   Student compulsory ancillary fees                            Program incidental fees                                      Duplicate Copies Diploma/Certificate              $20.91
Durham College Student Association                  $99.32
                                                             For certain programs, the college may levy a                    Duplicate Receipt                                  $3.14
Student Association Health Plan**                  $105.33
                                                             fee over and above tuition fees for learning                    Certified Copy of Grade Report                     $5.23
Student Association Dental Plan**                   $88.13
                                                             materials and supplies normally retained by                     T2202A (duplicate or replacement)                  $6.27
Athletic Complex Membership Fee                     $31.84
                                                                                                                             Academic Appeal                                   $25.00
Intercollegiate Athletics                           $32.96   the student. A listing of the cost of learning
                                                                                                                             Grade Appeal per Subject                          $25.00
Student Assistance Program                           $6.37   materials and equipment will accompany the
                                                                                                                             Missed Examination Fee               $150.00 per course
Student Handbook                                     $5.31   fees invoice package sent to all new students.                  Equivalent Subject Credit Fee                     $15.38
Student ID                                          $15.92



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   Late payment fee                                    Auditing courses
Students who fail to pay fees by the                Space permitting, students may register as
published payment dates will be charged             audit students in credit subjects, with the
a late payment fee of $100.00 per missed            approval of the program dean or designate.
payment. Late payments are applied if               Students must declare themselves as
space remains in the program and fees will          audit students at the time of registration and
only be accepted if seats are available. Late       are required to pay full tuition fees.
fees are non-refundable.                            All college policies and procedures apply
                                                    to audit students. Audit students should
   Fees policy                                      consult with program staff prior to
The full-time fees listed above were effective      registration. Such registration entitles students
September 1, 2009 for the 2009-10 academic          to attend classes but not to have subject work
year. Fees for 2010-11 will be published at a       evaluated or graded. The audit subject may
later date as per published guidelines from         not revert to credit at any time. Audited
the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges          subjects will not be considered in determining
and Universities and the approval of the            full-time or part-time status of a student.
college’s Board of Governors.
                                                       Parking services and fees
   Payment of fees                                  Oshawa campus (on-campus rates)
                                                    September 1, 2009 to August 31, 2010
Fees may be paid electronically by ATM
                                                    Annual +                                           $500
banking and internet banking.                       Semester                                           $250
                                                    4-week block*                                      $100
                                                    1-week block*                                       $50
   Failure to pay fees                              Pay n’ display rates – Oshawa
It is essential that students pay fees by the       Hourly                                               $4
                                                    Daily maximum                                       $10
payment deadline date. Please note that a
                                                    * Applies to any consecutive week(s) period within
failure to pay fees, or the late payment of           set annual term
fees, may result in the withdrawal of an            + Please refer to ParkAdmin regarding credits relating
Offer of Admission and loss of a program              to the U-Pass
seat. The college is not obliged to hold seats
                                                    Whitby campus (on-campus rates)
for students who fail to pay fees by the fees       September 1, 2009 to August 31, 2010
payment deadline.                                   Annual+                                            $450
                                                    Semester                                           $225
   Refund of fees                                   Annual Apprentice/day release                      $256
                                                    10-week block*                                     $190
To be considered for a refund, students must        8-week block*                                      $160
officially withdraw from the college by             6-week block*                                      $130
completing and submitting an official               4-week block*                                      $100
withdrawal form to the Office of the Registrar.     1-week block*                                       $40
                                                    Pay n’ display rates – Whitby
Students who withdraw within 10 class days
                                                    Flat rate                                            $8
of the semester will be entitled to a partial       * Applies to any consecutive week(s) period within set
refund of fees.                                       annual term
                                                    + Please refer to ParkAdmin regarding credits relating to
No refund, in whole or in part, will be               the U-Pass
processed for students who withdraw after
the tenth day of the semester.                      Service fees
If the fees have not yet been paid in full,         First permit replacement
the student will be required to pay any             $ 25 non-refundable

outstanding balance.                                Subsequent permit replacement
                                                    applicable full price
                                                    Access card deposit
   Tax receipts                                     $10 refundable on return of card

Receipts for tuition, education and book            Access card replacement
                                                    $25 non-refundable
amounts (Canada Revenue Agency’s Form
                                                    Towing fee
T2202A) for the previous calendar year are          $50 minimum or actual charge if more
available online by late February each year.
                                                    Parking rates shown are for the current academic year
                                                    and include all applicable taxes.
   Sponsored students
Sponsorship generally means that the student’s
fees will be paid by a sponsoring agency.
Sponsored students must present a letter of
authorization from their sponsor to the Office of
the Registrar by the payment deadline.


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Academic information

Durham College reviews                              Students should consult the program
                                                    dean or designate if they have questions
academic policies on an                             about the meaning or application of any
                                                    subject or program policy or procedure.
ongoing basis. As such,
there may be changes                                  Full-time students                             Part-time students
                                                                                                   Part-time students take less than 70 per cent
from what is published                              Full-time students take 70 per cent or more
                                                                                                   of the hours of a program and less than 66.6
                                                    of the hours of a program or 66.6 per cent
in this calendar.                                   or more of the number of subjects in a         per cent of the number of subjects in a
                                                    program in a given semester. A full program    program in a given semester.
                                                    normally consists of subjects with a total     Part-time students pursuing a
It is the student’s responsibility to be familiar
                                                    credit hour value of approximately 18 to 25    diploma/certificate must consult with the
with all academic regulations as detailed on
                                                    per semester, depending on classroom,          program dean or designate to ensure that
the college’s website.
                                                    laboratory, clinical, field placement, and     they choose subjects appropriate to their
The following information summarizes                individual project requirements. One unit of   educational and career goals.
general college procedures. Regulations for         credit usually equals one contact hour per
                                                                                                   Non-standard and part-time students are
individual programs and subjects may vary,          week, per semester. Each program specifies
                                                                                                   still required to complete the standard
depending on factors such as the                    the actual number of credits required to
                                                                                                   application process in order to ensure that
requirements of external agencies and               complete a certificate or diploma. Credit
                                                                                                   they meet the admission requirements, for
governing bodies, and learning requirements.        subjects are offered in the post-secondary
                                                                                                   the program of study.
Where variations occur, they will be                schools of the college, including the School
provided to students, in writing, in subject        of Career Development & Continuing
or program material.                                Education.


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  Course load                                   Application for credit
                                                Applications for credit are obtained in
Students who wish to register in more
                                                the Office of the Registrar, or may be
courses than the prescribed curriculum
                                                downloaded from the Durham College
outlined for a particular level of their
                                                website at www.durhamcollege.ca. Students
program must have written permission
                                                are responsible for providing all of the
from the program dean. Additional fees
                                                documentation necessary (including official
for this increase in course load will be
                                                transcripts and subject outlines) to support
assessed in accordance with provincial
                                                an application for credit. Application for
guidelines. Permission to take additional
                                                credit should be completed at the time of
hours or course(s) will be based on
                                                registration and no later than four weeks
academic standing and equitable access
                                                from subject commencement. Students
to course offerings.
                                                must attend classes until they have received
Students on academic probation may be           written approval for the credit from the
required by their program dean to reduce        program dean or designate and the credit
the number of hours/courses in their            has been processed by the Office of the
curriculum.                                     Registrar.
Taking less than a full course load may         Exemptions
affect a student’s eligibility for financial    At a dean’s discretion, exemption from a
assistance. Please contact the Financial Aid    subject(s) may be granted to a student who
and Awards office for details.                  has demonstrated related comparable
Students from other countries who are           academic achievement at the post-
attending the college on a student              secondary level. A subject for which an
authorization (Visa) are advised that their     exemption has been granted will be
Visa status may depend on the student           designated as “CR” on the student
maintaining a full course load.                 transcripts.


  Credit or exemption                             Subject or program change
Students may qualify to receive credit for      Post-secondary students must add or delete
courses successfully completed at Durham        subjects or apply to change programs no
College or another post-secondary               later than five days from the official start of
educational institution. Please note that       the semester. Students requesting changes
credits will only be considered for students    at a later date must have approval in writing
currently registered at Durham College and      from the program dean or designate.
will be granted up to maximum of 75 per         Continuing Education students may add
cent of a given program of study.               or delete subjects no later than two weeks
External credits                                from the start date of the subject. Students
Credits for equivalent subjects completed at    requesting changes at a later date must
other post-secondary institutions may be        have written approval from the dean or
granted. Normally, a minimum C grade            designate.
(60 per cent) is required to obtain credit.
However, some programs require                    Academic assistance
a minimum of 70 per cent or higher.
                                                Students who are not maintaining a GPA of
Where students have been granted credit for     2.0 or higher throughout their program are
subjects completed at institutions other than   encouraged to seek academic counselling.
Durham College, these subjects will not be      Durham College offers various forms of
included in calculating the grade point         counselling and assistance, including peer
average (GPA), but will be allowed as credit    tutoring, tutorials, workshops and computer-
toward a certificate or diploma. In most        assisted learning.
cases, subjects for which external credit has
                                                Students may also be advised to reduce
been granted will be designated as “TC” on
                                                their subject load. To receive academic
student transcripts.
                                                counselling and/or assistance, students
Internal credit                                 should consult their professors, program
Equivalent subjects completed at Durham         co-ordinator, student liaison, program dean,
College will be accepted as a credit toward     or designate. In addition, students may visit
post-secondary certificates and diplomas.       the Learner Support Centre for assistance.
Normally, a minimum of 50 per cent is
required to obtain credit. The grade for the
completed course will be included in the
GPA. Subjects for which credit has been
granted will be designated as “CR” on
student transcripts.

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  Academic probation                          5. Student Academic/Grade Appeal.               If a program of studies is revised (for
                                              For a description of these and other policies   reasons such as legislative changes or
Each academic school or program will
                                              and procedures, please refer to the Durham      employment needs) during the time in
advise students of the requirements for
                                              College website.                                which students pursue a diploma or
satisfactory academic progress. Students
                                                                                              certificate, the changes will be
who are not progressing satisfactorily will
                                                                                              communicated to all students affected and
be notified and placed on academic              Graduation                                    the graduation requirements will reflect the
probation. To continue in their program,
                                              An Ontario college diploma or certificate       program changes.
students on academic probation must meet
                                              will be issued by Durham College upon
with their program dean or designate.                                                         If a program is cancelled, the college will
                                              successful completion of a post-secondary
Conditions may be applied, including but                                                      endeavour to help affected students attain
                                              program with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or
not limited to, reduced workload, peer                                                        an equivalent diploma or certificate, where
                                              higher and with credit (including a minimum
tutoring, or improved attendance.                                                             available, at Durham College.
                                              standing of a D grade or a Satisfactory or
Students who do not meet the conditions       Pass standing) in all required subjects. For    A student eligible for a certificate or diploma
established for academic probation may be     Skilled Trades programs (Whitby campus) a       must apply to graduate by completing an
required to withdraw from their program.      GPA of 3.0 or higher with a minimum             online Application for Graduation form.
                                              standing of 70 per cent in all required
  Student policies and procedures             subjects is necessary. Some programs have         Indebtedness – outstanding fees
                                              additional requirements, which will be          Students with outstanding fees or other
1. Freedom of Information;
                                              specified in writing in the program material.   indebtedness will not be eligible to return to
2. Student Rights and Responsibilities;       Students are responsible for ensuring that      the college or receive any official grades,
3. Academic Honesty;                          they have taken the subjects necessary to       transcripts, certificates or diplomas until the
                                              fulfill the requirements of the program.        financial obligation to Durham College is met.
4. Human Rights Policy; and




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                                                                                                     Student support services
                                                                                                     Recognizing that learning
                                                                                                     happens in and out of the
                                                                                                     classroom, Student Affairs
                                                                                                     is committed to supporting
                                                                                                     our students in all aspects
                                                                                                     of their lives. We provide
                                                                                                     services to help students
                                                                                                     reach their greatest potential
                                                                                                     academically, socially,
                                                                                                     emotionally, physically
                                                                                                     and spiritually in a campus
                                                                                                     environment that values
                                                                                                     equity and educational justice.




Services for students

Helping students                                  Budget counselling
                                                  Preparing and following a budget is a valuable

succeed                                           tool for ensuring financial success. Budget
                                                  counselling assists students with identifying
                                                  costs and financial resources. Our financial aid
  Financial aid and awards                                                                                                         * #(    $
                                                  officers help students recognize financial
                                                                                                                        $)& '()                        !!
                                                  challenges and offer potential solutions.                                          #( ' &*          '
Financial assistance
The Financial Aid and Awards office is            Emergency loans
dedicated to helping students understand          Durham College provides short-term
a variety of financial aid options available to   emergency loans to students experiencing              Financial Aid and Awards office
fund their education. Financial assistance        personal financial emergencies and awaiting
                                                                                                        Oshawa campus
could be in the form of parental resources,       arrival of their OSAP entitlement.
                                                                                                        Gordon Willey building, Room SW116
student grants/loans from the Ontario
Student Assistance Program (OSAP),                On-campus employment                                  Whitby campus, Room 103
bank student lines of credit, bursaries,          Opportunities are made available to                   » T: 905.721.3036
scholarships or on and off campus                 students with financial need. The Ontario               (for inquiries or to book an appointment)
employment.                                       Work Study program and the Student                    www.durhamcollege.ca/financialaid
                                                  Employment program provide a limited
OSAP applications are available at
                                                  number of jobs to students who have a
osap.gov.on.ca. Detailed information on all of
                                                  financial need beyond their available
our programs is available on our website at
                                                  resources. Students will be required to
www.durhamcollege.ca or in the Durham
                                                  apply for and be approved in order to
College Financial Aid and Awards office.
                                                  participate in either of these programs.




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  Scholarships, bursaries and awards               Intercollegiate Athlete Academic              believe that safety and security is the
                                                                                                 responsibility of everyone on campus.
Bursaries                                          Success Program
Bursaries are awarded to students based on       The Intercollegiate Athlete Academic            Campus Safety office
financial need. Durham College is dedicated      Success Program (IAASP) encourages
to providing support as outlined in the                                                          » T: 905.721.2000 ext. 2943
                                                 academic success among all intercollegiate
Student Access Guarantee program. Before                                                         » E: gary.pitcher@dc-uoit.ca
                                                 athletes through the establishment of
applying for bursaries, students are             academic standards and a comprehensive
expected to investigate all other forms of       program of success strategies and advising.
financial assistance. This may include OSAP,
                                                                                                   Campus ID cards
                                                 IAASP demonstrates that Durham College is
scholarships, family support, student lines                                                      All students are required to obtain a
                                                 committed to helping intercollegiate athletes
of credit and part time employment. The                                                          multi-year Durham College campus ID card.
                                                 succeed in their studies and athletics.
Durham College Access Bursary is available                                                       This is a valid piece of personal
to all Year 1 students. Information on this      IAASP chair and advisor: J. Kellar,             identification that is necessary for entrance
program and the Returning Student Bursary        Gordon Willey building, Room G2020              to exams, college buildings and events.
program is available on the MyCampus                                                             It is also mandatory to enter the athletic
section of the Durham College website.                                                           facilities, access the Campus Library and
Students must complete the on-line Student                                                       media services resources, and borrow
Financial Profile to be considered for                                                           equipment. A valid campus ID card also
bursary funding.                                                                                 confirms students' access to the U-PASS
                                                                                                 Transit Service, which provides full-time
Emergency bursaries may also be available
                                                                                                 post-secondary students with unlimited
to students experiencing immediate
                                                                                                 access to Durham Region Transit and GO
unforeseen financial difficulties.
                                                                                                 Transit buses in Durham Region. It is highly
Scholarships                                                                                     recommended that students obtain their
Scholarships reward those who excel at                                                           campus ID card before September in order
Durham College. Top students reap the                                                            to access the many resources on campus
benefits of high grades, bright career                                                           the first week of school.
prospects and scholarships. In-course
scholarships are awarded each year to full
                                                                                                   We're smart
time students for outstanding academic
achievement. These scholarships are based                                                        The Campus ID card is also a Smart Card. In
on grade point average (GPA) and do not                                                          addition to using the card as a debit card for
                                                   Off-campus housing                            cashless photocopies at many campuses, it
require an application. Every year the college
                                                 The Financial Aid and Awards office, in         also enables students to take advantage of the
awards approximately 200 scholarships, with
                                                 partnership with places4students.com,           savings offered by the Campus Dining Plans
values of $500 or $1,000 each.
                                                 can help you find a home away from home.        and Flex Dollar service. Meal plans and flex
Athletic scholarships are available to           The online housing registry works on a self-    dollars can be used at all campus food retail
students who have excelled in                    serve basis and features a great selection      outlets and in the South Village Dining Hall.
intercollegiate sports as well as their          of affordable and comfortable
studies. These scholarships have values up       accommodations, often within walking
to $1,000 each.                                                                                    Photo sessions
                                                 distance of the school.
                                                                                                 Once students have officially registered to
Donor awards                                     Gordon Willey building, Room SW116              attend Durham College, they can obtain
Thanks to the generosity of members of our       Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.        their campus ID card during the summer
community, including individuals,                » T: 905.721.3036                               months.
organizations and corporations, there are        www.places4students.com
awards known as Donor Awards available to                                                        Extended photo sessions are also available
Durham College students. Registered                                                              during the first few weeks of the school year
Durham College students may access                                                               and the GPS, orientation days, in advertised
                                                   Campus safety                                 locations. Proof of registration/tuition
information on eligibility requirements,
applications and deadline details about          The Office of Campus Safety is committed        payment and one piece of valid government
these and other available awards on the DC       to protecting the rights of everyone on         produced photo ID must be presented.
student tab on the MyCampus section of the       campus while providing a professional,
                                                                                                 ID services are supported throughout the
Durham College website.                          respectful and safe campus environment.
                                                                                                 remainder of the year in room G1004.
                                                 Institutional departments under the Office of   Hours of operation will be announced at
Scholarships, bursaries and awards office
                                                 Campus Safety and Security are: Campus          the beginning of each semester. Students
Gordon Willey building, Room SW116               Identification; Diversity; Insurance and Risk   should carry their card with them at all
» T: 905.721.3036                                Management; Security; and Student Rights        times on campus.
» E: studentawards@dc-uoit.ca                    and Responsibilities.
www.durhamcollege.ca/studentawards                                                               Gordon Willey building, Room G1004
                                                 Working with our community partners, we
                                                                                                 » E: judy.kellar@dc-uoit.ca
                                                 provide services that endeavor to prevent
                                                                                                 www.durhamcollege.ca/studentid
                                                 crime and solve problems that affect faculty,
                                                 staff, students and the community. We
                                                 promote the value of respect for others and


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                                                  Student Life office
                                                The Student Life Office strives to ensure that
                                                students are offered the best supports for a
                                                smooth transition throughout their entire
                                                first year at Durham College.

                                                Orientation
                                                Orientation begins in the summer with Get
                                                Prepared for September (GPS) where
                                                students can participate online, attend a live
                                                session or combine the two for a more
                                                complete program. GPS is designed to help
                                                students navigate through college business
                                                before school begins.
                                                In September, Orientation Week welcomes
                                                over 3,500 first-year college students to three
                                                campuses. We host small and large scale
                                                events ranging in focus from academics,
                                                student services, clubs and social
                                                engagement on campus. Events continue
                                                throughout the year ensuring a well-
                                                balanced social and academic experience.

                                                Staff to Student Mentoring program
                                                The student experience comes first at Durham
                                                College, which is why we are thrilled to offer
                                                first-year students the opportunity to be
                                                paired with a staff person who is
                                                knowledgeable about campus services and
                                                activities. Staff mentors will assist students in
                                                having a positive college experience by
                                                offering timely support and information while
                                                encouraging engagement in campus life.
                                                E-mentoring and traditional mentoring are
                                                available through this program.

                                                Student development and leadership
                                                Each year the Student Life Office recruits and
                                                trains orientation leaders (DC Crew) to assist
                                                with the co-ordination of Orientation Week.
                                                This exciting leadership opportunity allows
                                                students to enhance their communication,
                                                organization and public speaking skills while
                                                meeting new people and representing
                                                Durham College.
                                                Durham College offers each student a unique
                                                and cutting-edge Co-curricular Recognition
                                                program to support and recognize student
                                                participation and leadership in campus
                                                activities. Through this program, students
                                                can analyze and evaluate skills gained while
                                                participating in campus activities and use this
                                                document to augment their resumés and
                                                portfolios. Also incorporated in the program
                                                is a system to track the level of leadership a
                                                student has demonstrated. Students involved
                                                in leadership roles on campus may be
                                                eligible for various Student Leadership
                                                Awards as a way of recognizing their
                                                valuable contributions.



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Parents and family members                     limited too: advocacy, note-taking; test        injections; and a variety of health education
Recognizing the importance of parents and      accommodations; assistive technology            services including books, pamphlets,
family members, Durham College offers          assessment and training; and learning           bulletin boards, web resources and health
web pages specifically designed to provide     strategies for students with learning           newsletters.
them with information on how they can best     disabilities.                                   An on-site pharmacy, chiropractic, massage
support their student during his or her        Students are responsible for contacting         therapy, acupuncture and reflexology are
college journey. For more information visit    the CSD office.                                 some of the variety of alternative health
www.durhamcollege.ca/parents.                                                                  care therapies available to student and staff.
                                               Gordon Willey building, Room B297
Student Life office                                                                            Individual personal counselling services
                                               » T: 905.721.3123
                                               » TTY: 905.721.3187                             for students are also located within the
Gordon Willey building, Room B205
                                               » E: disabilities@dc-uoit.ca                    Campus Health Centre.
Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
www.durhamcollege.ca/studentlife               www.durhamcollege.ca/disabilities               If you require assistance dealing with
                                                                                               relationship issues, family problems,
First-Year Experience co-ordinator                                                             nutrition, stress, depression or other
» T: 905.721.2000 ext. 2103                      Campus Health Centre                          personal problems, our team of health-care
» E: firstyear@durhamcollege.ca                The Campus Health Centre is committed to        professionals is available to help you by
                                               providing the highest level of health care to   providing support, discussions and
Student Development co-ordinator
                                               all students of Durham College throughout       education as well as referrals to other
» T : 905.721.2000 ext. 2616
                                               the year. Whether you have a health             campus or local resources.
» E : studentlife@durhamcollege.ca
                                               emergency, nutrition or a bad case of the       The Campus Health Centre also provides
                                               flu, you can expect care dispensed by health    opportunities for student placement from
                                               professionals who are friendly, concerned       a variety of college programs along with a
  Centre for Students                          and accessible.                                 volunteer placement program.
                                               Located in the Campus Recreation and
  with Disabilities (CSD)                                                                      Oshawa campus, Gordon Willey building
                                               Wellness Centre, services include a medical
The centre provides services to students                                                       Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
                                               clinic where students can receive medical
based upon the impact of their disability.                                                     » T: 905.721.3037
                                               assessment and treatment of illness or
                                                                                               » F: 905.721.3133
Accommodations and recommendations are         injury; annual health exams; gynecological
                                                                                               » E: healthcare@durhamcollege.ca
facilitated based on appropriate medical and   exams; laboratory testing and screening;
                                                                                               www.durhamcollege.ca/healthcentre
psychological documentation.                   birth control counselling and pregnancy
Accommodations may include, but are not        testing; immunizations and allergy


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    Learner Support Centre                                                                      borrowing policies are also available on
                                                                                                the library’s website
The Learner Support Centre provides
                                                                                                www.durhamcollege.ca/library.
learning skills support, online tutorials, peer
tutors, learning strategists, writing                                                           Librarians will gladly assist students with
specialists and academic language                                                               research needs. They work closely with
specialists who work with students whose                                                        professors to present classes that are linked
first language is not English.                                                                  to assignments. Workshops on various
                                                                                                topics are offered throughout the year and
Study skills workshops are scheduled
                                                                                                students are also welcome to contact the
throughout the year and may include the
                                                                                                reference team in person, by phone or by
following:
                                                                                                e-mail. They are here to help.
•   Learning styles inventory;
                                                                                                The library is located at the north end of
•   Time management;                                                                            campus by the Polonsky Commons and
•   Test taking skills; and                                                                     offers:

•   Improving memory skills.                                                                    •   73,000 square feet with 160,000 volume
                                                                                                    book capacity;
Writing skills workshops offered may
include:                                                                                        •   An open concept, two floor fireplace
                                                                                                    reading room;
•   APA referencing;
                                                                                                •   500 seats and 160 computers;
•   MLA referencing;
                                                                                                •   A wired and wireless environment;
•   Punctuation review; and
                                                                                                •   A special collections reading room/silent
•   Presentation skills
                                                                                                    study room;
Students are invited to visit the centre and
                                                                                                •   10 group study rooms (student online
meet with one of our learning skills advisors
                                                                                                    booking through the Library’s website);
to determine the most appropriate way to
                                                    The Campus Library                          •   Two library orientation classrooms; and
make use of the services available to them or
they may visit the website to access online       The Campus Library offers a wide range of
                                                                                                •   An accessibility room.
academic supports and the online schedule         resources to support college programs and
of learning activities available each month.      encourage the pursuit of lifelong learning
                                                  beyond general classroom needs. Books and     Circulation desk
                                                  e-books; paper and electronic periodicals     » T: 905.721.3082
Gordon Willey building, Room SW201                (magazines, journals, newspapers);            Reference desk
Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.                government documents; statistics; and         » T: 905.721.2000 ext. 2390
» T: 905.721.2000 ext. 2491                       recommended websites all are examples of      » E: reference@dc-uoit.ca
www.durhamcollege.ca/lsc                          the types of materials that the Campus
                                                                                                General inquiries
                                                  Library makes available. Students can
                                                                                                » T: 905.721.2000 ext. 2214
                                                  access electronic resources both on- and
                                                                                                » E: library@dc-uoit.ca
                                                  off-campus. Subject guides, help sheets and
                                                                                                www.durhamcollege.ca/library
                                                  general information such as hours and
   Media Services                                   Students can use the online portal to book
                                                    appointments with advisors, sign up for
Media Services provides a broad range of
                                                    workshops, employer recruitment sessions,
services and support campus-wide, providing
                                                    on-campus interviews and the job watch
access to curriculum-based resource materials
                                                    system.
such as DVDs, videos and CDs and sign-out
equipment such as data projectors for               Students who wish to gain related work
PowerPoint presentations, DVD/VCR units, CD         experience may consider participating in the
players, 16mm projectors, slide projectors,         college's internship program. An internship is
document camera, camcorders, mini digital           paid employment through which students gain
video recorders, digital cameras, tripods, tape     longer-term practical workplace experience
players, digital voice recorders, computer          directly related to their field of study.
microphones, PA systems, portable amplifiers,       Internships are optional and can be four, 12 or
screens and flipcharts.                             16 months in length depending on employer
                                                    requirements. Usually, students participate in
Contact Media Services to book
                                                    the internship program prior to their final year
equipment/media resources and presentation
                                                    of study.
support for classrooms, events and video
transfers.                                          Hired Career Services hosts many employer
                                                    recruiting events on campus throughout the
Media Services locations:
                                                    academic year. Students need to check their
Oshawa campus, Gordon Willey building               MyCampus accounts and the Hired portal to
– Room B200                                         learn about these exciting opportunities.
» T: 905.721.3081
                                                    Employment advising is available to graduates
Oshawa campus, Simcoe building – Room 3081          free of charge, for up to one year after
» T: 905.721.3081                                   graduation. Access to the Hired portal is
Whitby campus                                       available for two years after graduation.
» T: 905.721.2000 ext. 4015
Uxbridge location                                   Employer guarantee
» T: 905.852.5358                                   Durham College recognizes that employers
http://its.durhamcollege.ca/media_services.php      depend on a highly skilled workforce to
                                                    succeed in a competitive market. The college
                                                    is confident in the staff's commitment to
                                                    student success and our graduates' abilities to
  Hired Career Services
                                                    perform competently in entry-level positions.
Student success                                     Our satisfaction guarantee applies to post-
With over 86 per cent of recent post-secondary      secondary graduates who obtain full-time,
graduates employed within six months of             part-time or contract positions. If an employer
graduation, we are committed to the success         finds that a graduate lacks the skills normally
of Durham College students and graduates.           acquired in his or her program, the college will
Hired Career Services offers students               provide additional training. There will be full
assistance with career planning, gaining job        tuition support for one credit course taken at
search skills, applying to job postings and         Durham College up to one year after
researching career information. While               graduation.
preparing for employment, students can meet
                                                    There are two Hired Career Services offices
with a career advisor on a one-to-one basis to
                                                    open year-round to serve students, employers,
receive advice on resumé and cover letter
                                                    faculty and staff.
writing as well as interviewing skills.
In addition, students can meet with an advisor
                                                    Oshawa campus,
to explore career options. A career advisor can
                                                    Gordon Willey building, Room B205
help assess a student's current situation, his or
                                                    Whitby campus, Room103
her strengths and interests and provide
                                                    « E: hiredcareerservices@dc-uoit.ca
guidance in setting career goals and plans.
Students will benefit from advising by              » T: 905.721.3034 or toll-free in Ontario
clarifying their career options and expectations      at 1.800.461.0738.
and learning the skills necessary to                  www.durhamcollege.ca/hiredcareerservices
successfully manage their personal
career development.
Job vacancies and internship opportunities
from employers across Ontario and beyond
are advertised on our exclusive Hired portal.
Students and recent graduates have access to
online job postings, employer links and career-
related events via MyCampus.

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International students

    International student fees                          •   International student society and          How to apply
                                                            membership in the Student Association;
See page 14 for tuition fees and other                                                               Durham College International Student
                                                            and
related costs.                                                                                       applications are available online at
Note: International students are not eligible for fee   •   Non-denominational prayer room for       www.durhamcollege.ca/international
deferrals and/or OSAP funding.                              on-campus religious needs.               or by contacting:

    Withdrawal from program                                 Accommodations
                                                                                                     International Education office
                                                                                                     Durham College
Study permits are issued based on letters               On-campus residence                          2000 Simcoe Street North
of admission to Durham College,                         Durham Residence and Conference Centre       Oshawa, Ontario, Canada L1H 7K4
international students are expected to                  1910 Simcoe Street North                     » T: 905.721.2000 ext. 2355
attend this college. As a result, Citizenship           Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, L1G 4Y3             » F: 905.721.3140
and Immigration Canada will be notified if              » T: 905.728.8700                            » E: international@durhamcollege.ca
students withdraw.                                      » F: 905.404.8877                            www.durhamcollege.ca/international
                                                        » E: durham@stayrcc.com
    International services                              www.stayrcc.com
                                                                                                     An application fee of $100 Cdn by certified
We are committed to making your education               Homestay program                             cheque, money order, MasterCard, Visa
at Durham College as successful and                     Bowers Homestay                              and/or electronic bank transfer must
enjoyable as possible. We have programs                 » E: info@canadahomestay.com                 accompany the completed application and
and services to help international students:            www.canadahomestay.com                       all original or certified translated copies of
•   Airport pick up upon arrival in Canada;             Off-campus housing                           academic qualifications (transcripts,
•   Orientation program;                                » T: 905.721.2000 ext. 2472                  diplomas, grades) and proof of English
                                                        » E: dchousing@durhamcollege.ca              language proficiency (if available) to the
•   Partnership program matching
                                                        www.places4students.com                      above address.
    international students with a Canadian
    student to be a resource for assistance;


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     English language score requirements
 TOEFL                                                                                                                                   COMPUTER-BASED TEST AND TWE* AND ESSAY RATING SCORE
                                                                              PAPER-BASED TEST AND COMPUTER-BASED TEST

                    ALL SCHOOLS EXCEPT SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCES,            OVERALL SCORE 550 TWE* 5                                   OVERALL SCORE 213
                    APPRENTICESHIP, SKILLED TRADES AND TECHNOLOGY                                                                        ESSAY RATING 5


                    SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCES APPRENTICESHIP,                                                                           OVERALL SCORE 213
                                                                              OVERALL SCORE 550 TWE* 4
                    SKILLED TRADES & TECHNOLOGY                                                                                          ESSAY RATING 4

                                                                              OVERALL SCORE 580 TWE* 5                                   OVERALL SCORE 237
                    ALL GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
                                                                                                                                         ESSAY RATING 5

 IBT TOEFL
                    ALL COLLEGE DIPLOMA AND CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS               OVERALL SCORE 79 WITH SUBSCORES (READING, LISTENING, SPEAKING, WRITING) OF NOT LESS THAN 19


                    ALL POST GRADUATE PROGRAMS                                 OVERALL SCORE 82 WITH SUBSCORES OF AT LEAST WRITING 21, SPEAKING 20, READING 20, AND LISTENING 20

 IELTS              ALL                                                       6.5

 MELAB              ALL EXCEPT GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS                  75


 CAEL               ALL POST-SECONDARY PROGRAMS EXCEPT GRADUATE               OVERALL SCORE 70                                           WRITING PERFORMANCE SCORE 60
                    CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS                                      WITH NO SECTION BELOW 50


                    GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS                             OVERALL SCORE 80                                           WRITING PERFORMANCE SCORE 60


*TEST OF WRITTEN ENGLISH




     Refund of fees                                                   Entrance requirements
Study permits are issued based on letters of                     •    Students are required to provide proof of                      INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE
admission to Durham College, international                            an academic standing equivalent to                             TESTING SERVICE (IELTS)
students are expected to attend this college. As                      Grade 12 of the Ontario Secondary                              UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE LOCAL
a result, semester one fees will not be refunded                      School Diploma (OSSD);                                         EXAMINATIONS SYNDICATE
if students withdraw. Fees paid in advance for                   •    Applicants must also have completed the                        1 HILLS RD., CAMBRIDGE, U.K. CB1 2EU
future semesters will be refunded in full.                            required prerequisite subjects as outlined                     (OR CONTACT THEIR NEAREST BRITISH COUNCIL)
                                                                      in each program description and other                          WWW.IELTS.ORG
                                                                      requirements as noted; and
     Immigration requirements                                                                                                        TEST OF ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN
By Canadian law, international students                          •    Original or certified copies of academic
                                                                                                                                     LANGUAGE (TOEFL)
                                                                      qualifications (transcripts, diplomas,
must have a study permit that is valid for                                                                                           EDUCATION TESTING SERVICE, P.O. BOX 6151
                                                                      grades) must be translated into English                        PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY, U.S.A. 08541-6151
the entire length of the program of study
                                                                      for evaluation.                                                WWW.TOEFL.ORG
that they will attend in Canada.
                                                                                                                                     * DURHAM COLLEGE TOEFL CODE 8428
*To obtain a study permit you will be
                                                                 English language proficiency
required to:                                                                                                                         CANADIAN ACADEMIC
                                                                 All applicants are required to give evidence                        ENGLISH LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT (CAEL)
a)    Apply to and receive an offer of
                                                                 of their oral and written proficiency in                            CARLETON UNIVERSITY
      admission from Durham College;                             English. This requirement can be satisfied                          WWW.CAEL.CA
b) Have a valid passport;                                        with one of the following criteria:                                 1125 COLONEL BY DRIVE
                                                                 a)     Their mother tongue or first language is                     OTTAWA, ON (CANADA)
c)    Provide proof of sufficient funds to
                                                                        English;                                                     K1S 5B6
      cover:
                                                                 b) They have studied full-time for at least                         *Note: It can take from one to five months or more
      i) Tuition fees and living expenses for
                                                                    three years (or equivalent in part-time                          in some countries to obtain the study permit from
         the entire length of the program of                                                                                         the Canadian embassy or consulate.
                                                                    studies) in a secondary school, college
         study;                                                     or university where the language of
      ii) Travel to and from your country to                        instruction and examination was
          Canada;                                                   English; or

      iii) Medical health insurance coverage                     c)     They have achieved the required
                                                                        proficiency on one of the tests in
           for the entire length of the program
                                                                        English language acceptable to Durham
           of study;
                                                                        College (see chart) for recommended
d) Medical clearance; and                                               scores – English language proficiency
                                                                        tests); or
e)    Apply to the Canadian embassy or
      consulate in your country or the one                       d) They have graduated from the Durham
      nearest to you.                                               College English for Academic Purposes
                                                                    Program (EAP) with a minimum passing
                                                                    grade of 70 per cent.



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Prior Learning Assessment                                                                               Get the credit
                                                                                                        you deserve!
and Recognition                                                                                         LEARNING FROM LIFE
                                                                                                        +
                                                                                                        PLAR PROCESS

Go directly to the                                 PLAR is the process students can use to
                                                                                                        =
                                                   gain college credits and recognition for             COLLEGE CREDIT
courses you need                                   learning (i.e. skills, knowledge and values)         AND
                                                   other than through formal, recognized                WORK EXPERIENCES
to reach your career                               educational programs. This learning may be
and educational goals                              acquired through things such as work and
                                                   life experience, travel, hobbies, independent
rather than repeating                              study and volunteer work.

what you have                                      1. College credit recognition                   2. Workplace earning recognition
                                                   By using the PLAR process, students may         PLAR can help students receive college
already learned.                                   be able to complete a college certificate or    credit for job-related learning and workplace
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                       DURHAM COLLEGE                                                                                              COLLEGE
                                              TRANSFER INSTITUTION                 TRANSFER DEGREE                                                     DETAILS                                           FURTHER INFORMATION
                       PROGRAMS                                                                                                    AVERAGE
                                                                                                                                   REQUIRED

                       Any two-year diploma   Carleton University                  Bachelor of Arts                                3.0 GPA             Five transfer credits awarded                     www.carleton.ca

                                              Nipissing University                 Bachelor of Arts                                B average           Maximum of 18 credits awarded (three courses)     www.nipissingu.ca

                                              University of Ontario Institute      Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)                  75 per cent or      After completion of bridging program,             www.uoit.ca
                                              of Technology                                                                        corresponding       entry into third year of a four-year program
                                                                                                                                   letter grade




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                                              Griffith University                  Bachelor of Arts/ Bus/Com/                      65 per cent         Maximum of 1.5 years of advanced standing         www.griffith.edu.au/credit. Apply to
                                                                                   Criminology/Environmental/InfoTech/Eng/                                                                               info@komconsultants.com by October 1
                                                                                   Human Services/Photography/Journalism                                                                                 for February entry.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Durham College Transfer Guide




                                              University of                        Relevant Bachelor's Degree                      GPA 2.6             1.5 years advanced standing, degree               www.uws.edu.au/international or
                                              Western Sydney                                                                                           completion in 1.5 years                           info@komconsultants.com



                       Any three-year         Carleton University                  Bachelor of Arts                                70 per cent         Seven transfer credits awarded                    www.carleton.ca
                       diploma
                                              Nipissing University                 Bachelor of Arts                                70 per cent         Maximum of 30 credits awarded (five courses)      www.nipissingu.ca

                                              University of Ontario Institute of   Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)                  75 per cent or      After completion of bridging program, entry       www.uoit.ca
                                              Technology                                                                           corresponding       into third year of a four-year program
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                endeavours to ensure the accuracy of each transfer opportunity.




                                                                                                                                   letter grade

                                              Griffith University                  Bachelor of Arts/Bus/Com/Criminology/           65 per cent         Maximum of two years advanced standing            www.griffith.edu.au/credit. Apply to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Graduates may receive credit for several courses or for a year or more
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                College and a number of universities facilitate university admission for




                                                                                   Environmental/InfoTech/Eng/Human Services/                                                                            info@komconsultants.com by October 1
                                                                                   Photography/Journalism                                                                                                for February entry.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                college website at www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide. Durham College
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                University admissions policies and transfer agreements between Durham



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                toward a university degree. This is detailed on the chart below and on the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Durham graduates from specific programs by giving credit for college study.




                                              Laurentian University                Bachelor of Arts                                B                   Maximum of 54 credits awarded toward a total      www.laurentian.ca
                                                                                                                                                       of 90 for degree completion

                                              University of Western Sydney         Relevant Bachelor's Degree                      GPA 2.6             Two years of advanced standing for degree         www.uws.edu.au/international or
                                                                                                                                                       completion in one year                            info@komconsultants.com


                       Advertising            Athabasca University                 Bachelor of Professional Arts                                       60 transfer credits awarded toward a total of     www.athabascau.ca
                                                                                                                                                       120 for degree completion maximum of 18 credits
                                                                                                                                                       awarded (three courses)

                                              Royal Roads University               Bachelor of Arts in Applied Communication                           Direct entry into the third year of the degree    www.royalroads.ca
                                                                                                                                                       (full block transfer)

                                              University of Western Sydney         Bachelor of Arts                                65 per cent         Two years of advanced standing-degree             www.uws.edu.au/international or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      of the receiving institution.




                                                                                                                                                       completion in one year                            info@komconsultants.com

                       Biomedical             Lakehead University                  Bachelor of Engineering                         70 per cent in      May enter third year of the four-year degree      http://engineering.lakeheadu.ca
                       Engineering                                                                                                 the final year      program following a series of transition
                       Technology                                                                                                                      courses taken in the summer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Turn your diploma into a degree




                                              Griffith University (Australia)      Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Sport      Completion of       160 credits awarded toward a 320 credit           www.griffith.edu.au/credit
                                                                                   and Biomedical Engineering (Gold Coast          diploma             degree, degree completion in four semesters
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Transfer Guide website at www.ocutg.on.ca.




                                                                                   campus)

                       Biotechnology          Athabasca University                 Bachelor of Science – post-diploma                                  60 transfer credits awarded toward a total of     www.athabascau.ca
                       Technologist                                                                                                                    120 for degree completion



                       Business               Lakehead University                  Bachelor of Administration                      3.0 GPA             Possible admission to third year                  www.lakeheadu.ca
                       Administration
                       three-year diploma     Nipissing University                 Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours)   3.0 GPA             Maximum 60 transfer credits                       www.nipissingu.ca
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Additional pathway opportunities and information on collaborative




                                              Ryerson University                   Bachelor of Commerce                            B average/ 70 per   Possible admission to third year, some            www.ryerson.ca
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      However, from time to time, changes may occur in program offerings,




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      universities and colleges is available on the Ontario College University




                                                                                                                                   cent average.       bridging courses are required.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      admission requirements and transfer credit granted by the universities.



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      programs, articulation agreements and credit transfers between Ontario
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Interested students are encouraged to consult with the admissions office
                          DURHAM COLLEGE                                                                                               MINIMUM COLLEGE
                                                    TRANSFER INSTITUTION              TRANSFER DEGREE                                                          DETAILS                                                                                   FURTHER INFORMATION
                          PROGRAMS                                                                                                     AVERAGE REQUIRED


                          Business                  Athabasca University              Bachelor of Commerce                                                     75 transfer credits awarded toward a total of 120 for degree completion                   www.athabascau.ca/cgi-bin/credit_transfer.pl
                          Administration –
                          General/Accounting/       Griffith University               Bachelor of Commerce*                            Completion of diploma   Degree completion in two semesters                                                        www.griffith.edu.au/credit. or info@komconsultants.com
                          Human Resources/
                          Operations/Marketing
                          three-year diploma        Lakehead University               Honours Bachelor of Commerce(Honours)            B+ average              Admission to third year for Accounting, Human Resources and Marketing graduates           www.lakeheadu.ca

                                                    Northwood University              Bachelor of Commerce                             Completion of diploma   Degree completion in the equivalent of one year                                           www.northwood.edu

                                                    Ryerson University                Bachelor of Commerce                             B average/70 per cent   Possibly entry into third year of Business Management program, some bridging              www.ryerson.ca
                                                                                                                                       average                 courses are required.

                                                    University of Western             Bachelor of Commerce                             2.6 GPA                 120 credit points awarded (equivalent to two years), students must then complete          www.uws.edu.au/international
                                                    Sydney                                                                                                     one and a half years for degree completion


                          Business –                Athabasca University              Bachelor of Human Resources and Labour                                   45 credits (one and a half years) toward 90 credit degree program                         www.athabascau.ca
                          Human Resources                                             Relations


                          Business Administration   Athabasca University              Bachelor of Human Resources and Labour                                   66 credits (two years) toward 90 credit degree program                                    www.athabascau.ca
                          – Human Resources                                           Relations


                          Chemical Engineering      Athabasca University              Bachelor of Science – post-diploma                                       60 transfer credits awarded toward a total of 120 for degree completion                   www.athabascau.ca
                          Technology
                                                                                                                                                               Students must complete 36 credits from either Environmental Studies or Petroleum          www.cbu.ca
                                                    Cape Breton University            Bachelor of Engineering                                                  degree programs (one academic year).

                                                    Cape Breton University            Bachelor of Technology                                                   Students must complete 42 credits to complete the Emergency Management                    www.cbu.ca
                                                                                                                                                               degree requirements (one academic year).

                                                    Lakehead University               Bachelor of Engineering                          Minimum 70 per cent     Eligible students may apply to the Lakehead University Bachelor of Engineering            http://engineering.lakeheadu.ca/wp/?pg=42
                                                                                                                                       average in the final    degree program and following a series of transition courses taken during the
                                                                                                                                       year of the program     summer, will be eligible to enter the third year of the four-year degree program.



                          Child and Youth Worker    Athabasca University              Bachelor of Professional Arts – Human Services                           72 transfer credits awarded toward a total of 120 for degree completion                   www.athabascau.ca
                                                                                      major

                                                    Brock University                  Bachelor of Arts in Child and Youth Studies      75 per cent             Graduates of this program who are accepted as transfer students will be granted           www.brocku.ca
                                                                                      (Honours)                                         average                four transfer credits upon entrance and may apply for an additional three transfer
                                                                                                                                                               credits after completing a further 11.5 credits toward a the 20-credit degree.

                                                    Ryerson University                Bachelor of Arts – Child and Youth Care          70 per cent average     Possible entry into third year of a four-year program                                     www.ryerson.ca
                                                                                                                                       (B average)

                                                    University of Western Sydney      Bachelor of Education                                                    Graduates of this program may be eligible for up to 120 credit points toward the degree   www.uws.edu.au/international


                          Computer Programmer       Athabasca University              Bachelor of Science, Computer and Information                            50 transfer credits awarded toward a total of 120 for degree completion                   www.athabascau.ca
                                                                                      Systems – post-diploma

                                                    Griffith University               Bachelor of Information Technology               Completion of diploma   Degree completion in three semesters                                                      www.griffith.edu.au/credit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Apply to info@komconsultants.com
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         by October 1 for February entry
                                                    Ryerson University                Bachelor of Commerce – Information Technology    Completion of diploma   Up to 20 credits awarded
                                                                                      Management                                                                                                                                                         www.ryerson.ca/itm

                                                    University of the Fraser Valley   Bachelor of Computer Information Systems         2.0 GPA                 Maximum of 60 block transfer credits awarded toward a total of 120 for degree
                                                                                                                                                               completion                                                                                www.ufv.ca/cis or speak to DC program co-ordinator




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                                                 TRANSFER INSTITUTION              TRANSFER DEGREE                                                              DETAILS                                                                          FURTHER INFORMATION
                       PROGRAMS                                                                                                     AVERAGE REQUIRED

                       Computer Programmer       Athabasca University              Bachelor of Science-Computer and Information                                 60 transfer credits awarded toward a total of 120 for degree completion          www.athabascau.ca
                       Analyst                                                     Systems – post-diploma

                                                 Trent University                  Bachelor of Science in Computing Systems         3.5 GPA (75 per cent)       Eligible students will be granted direct entry and awarded 10 credits toward a   www.trentu.ca
                                                                                                                                                                20 credit honours degree
                                                 University of the Fraser Valley
                                                                                   Bachelor of Computer Information Systems         2.0 GPA (75 per cent)       Maximum of 90 block transfer credits awarded toward 120 for degree               www.ufv.ca/cis or speak to DC
                                                                                                                                                                completion (25 per cent residency requirement)                                   program co-ordinator

                                                 University of Windsor             Bachelor of Computer Science                                                 Transfer credit for up to 15 semester courses                                    www.uwindsor.ca
                                                                                                                                    B average




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                       Computer Systems          Athabasca University              Bachelor of Science – Computer and Information                               30 to 45 transfer credits awarded toward degree completion                       www.athabascau.ca
                       Technology                                                  Systems – post-diploma

                                                 Griffith University               Bachelor of IT                                   Completion of diploma       Degree completion in two semesters                                               www.griffith.edu.au/credit

                                                 Trent University                  Bachelor of Science in Computing Systems         3.0 GPA                     Eligible students will be granted direct entry and awarded 10 credits toward     www.trentu.ca
                                                                                                                                                                the successful completion of a 20 credit honours degree

                                                 University of Ontario Institute   Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours)     75 per cent or              Up to 45 transfer credits toward 120 credits for BIT (Honours) degree on         uoit.ca
                                                 of Technology                                                                      corresponding               completion of five course bridge semester with an overall B average
                                                                                                                                    letter grade

                                                 University of the Fraser Valley   Bachelor of Computer Information Systems         2.0 GPA                     Maximum of 90 block transfer credits awarded toward 120 for degree               www.ufv.ca/cis or speak to Durham College
                                                                                                                                                                completion (25 per cent residency requirement)                                   program co-ordinator

                       Computer Systems          University of Ontario Institute   Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours)     75 per cent or              Up to 45 transfer credits toward 120 credits for BIT (Honours) degree on         uoit.ca
                       Technician                of Technology                                                                      corresponding               completion of five course bridge semester with an overall B average
                                                                                                                                    letter grade

                                                 University of the Fraser Valley   Bachelor of Computer Information Systems         2.0 GPA                     Maximum of 60 block transfer credits awarded toward 120 for degree               www.ufv.ca/cis or speak to Durham College
                                                                                                                                                                completion                                                                       program co-ordinator


                       Dental Hygiene            Athabasca University              Bachelor of Health Administration                                            42 transfer credits awarded toward a total of 90 for degree completion           www.athabascau.ca


                                                 University of Ontario Institute   Bachelor of Allied Health Sciences               GPA of 2.7 on a             May receive up to 57 advanced credits (19 courses) towards the 120 credit        www.healthsciences.uoit.ca
                                                 of Technology                                                                      four-point scale            hour (40 courses) honours degree, students may choose to specialize in
                                                                                                                                                                Health Administration, Health Information Management or Adult Education.

                       Early Childhood           Athabasca University              Bachelor of Professional Arts                                                60 transfer credits toward 120 degree credits                                    www.athabascau.ca
                       Education
                                                 Nipissing University              Bachelor of Arts                                 3.0 GPA                     Maximum 30 credits awarded toward 90 degree credits                              www.nipissingu.ca
                                                 Griffith University               Bachelor of Arts – Education                                                 Degree completion in two semesters                                               www.griffith.edu.au/credit
                                                 Ryerson University
                                                                                   Bachelor of Arts – Early Childhood Education     six grade 12 U/M            Entry into third year of a four-year program                                     www.ryerson.ca
                                                                                                                                    credits, 70 per cent
                                                                                                                                    average in ECE
                                                                                                                                    program and three
                                                                                                                                    first-semester
                                                                                                                                    university Liberal
                                                                                                                                    Studies courses

                       Electro-Mechanical        Lakehead University               Bachelor of Engineering                          70 per cent in final year   Entry to third year after transition courses taken in the summer term.           www.lakeheadu.ca
                       Engineering                                                                                                                              Students eligible to enter third year of a four-year degree program
                       Technology – Industrial
                       Automation and Robotics
                          DURHAM COLLEGE                                                                                                        MINIMUM COLLEGE
                                                  TRANSFER INSTITUTION              TRANSFER DEGREE                                                                         DETAILS                                                                           FURTHER INFORMATION
                          PROGRAMS                                                                                                              AVERAGE REQUIRED

                          Electronics             Athabasca University              Bachelor of Science – post-diploma                                                      60 transfer credits awarded toward a total of 120 for degree completion           www.athabascau.ca
                          Engineering
                          Technology              Cape Breton University            Bachelor of Engineering                                                                 Students must complete 36 credits to complete either Electronics and              www.cbu.ca
                                                                                                                                                                            Controls or Petroleum degree programs, normally requires a minimum
                                                                                                                                                                            of one academic year of full-time study


                                                  Griffith University               Bachelor of Engineering, (Nathan Campus) and                Completion of diploma       160 credits awarded toward a 320 credit degree – degree completion in             www.griffith.edu.au/credit
                                                                                    Bachelor of Electronic and Computer Engineering                                         four semesters
                                                                                    (Gold Coast campus)

                                                  Lakehead University               Bachelor of Engineering                                     Minimum 70 per cent         Eligible students may apply to the program and following a series of transition   http://engineering.lakeheadu.ca/wp/?pg=42
                                                                                                                                                average average in the      courses taken during the summer, students will be eligible to enter the third
                                                                                                                                                final year of the program   year of the four-year degree program.

                          Environmental           Athabasca University              Bachelor of Science – post-diploma                                                      60 transfer credits awarded toward a total of 120 for degree completion           www.athabascau.ca
                          Technology
                                                  Cape Breton University            Bachelor of Engineering                                                                 Students must complete 36 credits to complete either the Environmental            www.cbu.ca
                                                                                                                                                                            Studies or Petroleum degree programs, normally requires one academic
                                                                                                                                                                            year of full-time study

                                                  Cape Breton University            Bachelor of Technology                                                                  Students must complete 42 credits to complete the Emergency Management            www.cbu.ca
                                                                                                                                                                            degree requirements, normally requires one academic year of full-time study

                                                  Griffith University               Bachelor of Engineering Technology and Bachelor of                                      Degree completion in two semesters                                                www.griffith.edu.au/credit
                                                                                    Environmental Technology

                                                  Trent University                  Bachelor of Science in Environmental and Resource Studies   75 per cent average         Advanced standing, 10 credits awarded toward a 20 credit honours degree           www.trentu.ca


                          Fitness and Health      University of Guelph-Humber       Bachelor of Applied Science in Kinesiology                  75 per cent average         Graduates may receive up to five transfer credits then enter into a May           admission.guelphhumber.ca or contact:
                          Promotion               campus                                                                                                                    semester before continuing with four additional semesters of study.               Jonathan Christie at 416.798.1331 ext. 6277


                          Foundations in Art      Ontario College of Art and        Faculty of Art                                              3.5 GPA                     Credit awarded for 50 per cent average of OCAD's first year program               www.ocad.ca
                          and Design              Design

                          Game Development        University of Ontario Institute   Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours)                80 per cent or              Up to 45 transfer credits towards 120 credits for BIT (Honours) degree on         uoit.ca
                                                  of Technology                                                                                 corresponding               completion of a five course bridge semester with an overall B average.
                                                                                                                                                letter grade

                          General Arts and        State University of New York      Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree              2.25 GPA                    Direct entry into third year                                                      www.potsdam.edu
                          Science – University    (SUNY) at Potsdam
                          Articulation
                                                  Trent University                  Bachelor of Arts                                            3.5 GPA, 75 per cent        Direct entry into second year                                                     www.trentu.ca
                                                                                                                                                average

                          Graphic Design          Athabasca University              Bachelor of Professional Arts – Communication                                           Up to 72 credits towards 120 credits for degree completion                        www.athabascau.ca
                                                                                    Studies

                                                  Griffith University               Bachelor of Design                                                                      Degree completion in two semesters                                                www.griffith.edu.au/credit or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              info@komconsultants.com

                          Human Services Worker   Athabasca University              Bachelor of Professional Arts                                                           60 transfer credits towards 120 degree credits                                    www.athabascau.ca

                                                  Brock University                  Bachelor of Arts (Honours), major in Psychology             75 per cent average         Graduates of this program who are accepted as transfer students will be           www.brocku.ca
                                                                                                                                                                            granted three transfer credits toward a 20-credit degree, after completing
                                                                                                                                                                            12.5 credits at Brock, students can then apply for two further
                                                                                                                                                                            transfer credits.

                                                  Griffith University               Bachelor of Human Services                                                              Degree completion in three semesters                                              www.griffith.edu.au/credit

                                                  Ryerson University                Bachelor of Social Work                                     B average                   Advanced standing in third-year of program; completion of some university         www.ryerson.ca
                                                                                                                                                                            Liberal Studies courses required




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                       DURHAM COLLEGE                                                                                                      MINIMUM COLLEGE
                                                TRANSFER INSTITUTION              TRANSFER DEGREE                                                                      DETAILS                                                                    FURTHER INFORMATION
                       PROGRAMS                                                                                                            AVERAGE REQUIRED

                       Journalism               Athabasca University              Bachelor of Professional Arts                            Completion of diploma       60 transfer credits toward 120 degree credits                              www.athabascau.ca

                                                Griffith University               Bachelor of Journalism (Print)                           Completion of diploma       Degree completion in three semesters                                       www.griffith.edu.au/credit

                                                                                  Bachelor of Communication (Print and Broadcast)                                      Degree completion in two semesters


                       Journalism –             Royal Roads University            Bachelor of Arts in Applied Communication                                            Direct entry into year three of the degree program (full block transfer)   www.royalroads.ca
                       Print and Broadcast




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                       Law and Security         Athabasca University              Bachelor of Professional Arts                                                        60 transfer credits toward 120 degree credits                              www.athabascau.ca
                       Administration
                                                Ryerson University                Bachelor of Arts – Justice Studies                       Minimum B average           Possible admission to second year of program                               www.ryerson.ca

                                                University of Ontario Institute   Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Criminology and Justice                                After successful completion of four bridging courses with a B              www.uoit.ca
                                                of Technology                                                                                                          average (70 to 79 per cent) students can apply directly to third year

                                                University of Windsor             Bachelor of Arts or Social Work                          B average                   Credit transfer of up to five semester credits                             www.uwindsor.ca


                       Legal Administration/    Athabasca University              Bachelor of Professional Arts in Governance, Law, and                                60 transfer credits toward 120 degree credits, graduates of the            www.athabascau.ca
                       Law Clerk                                                  Management                                                                           program may be given up to nine course credits. To be eligible for
                                                                                                                                                                       advance standing/transfer credit, the minimum mark received in the
                                                                                                                                                                       college course must be 70 per cent.

                                                                                                                                                                       Upon successful completion of a four-course bridge program with
                                                UOIT                              Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Justice              70 per cent average         a B average and with no course grade less than a C average,                www.uoit.ca
                                                                                                                                                                       students may apply to enter third year.

                                                UOIT                              Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies (Honours)              70 per cent average         Up to nine courses toward the degree to be eligible for advance
                                                                                  (to begin May 2010)                                                                  standing/transfer credit                                                   www.uoit.ca



                       Mechanical Engineering   Athabasca University              Bachelor of Science (PD)                                                             60 transfer credits toward 120 degree credits                              www.athabascau.ca
                       Technology
                                                Cape Breton University            Bachelor of Engineering                                                              Students must complete 30 credits to complete the Manufacturing            www.cbu.ca
                                                                                                                                                                       degree requirements.

                                                Cape Breton University            Bachelor of Engineering                                                              Students must complete 36 credits to complete the Petroleum degree         www.cbu.ca
                                                                                                                                                                       requirements, normally requires one academic year of full-time study

                                                Lakehead University               Bachelor of Engineering                                  Minimum 70 per cent         Following a series of transition courses taken during the summer,          http://engineering.lakeheadu.ca/wp/?pg=42
                                                                                                                                           average average in the      students will be eligible to enter the third year of the four-year
                                                                                                                                           final year of the program   degree program.



                       Music Business           Athabasca University              Bachelor of Management                                                               30 credits granted toward a 90 credit degree                               www.athabascau.ca
                       Management


                       Office Administration    Athabasca University              Bachelor of Professional Arts in Communication Studies                               60 transfer credits toward 120 degree credits                              www.athabascau.ca
                       – Medical

                       Paralegal                Athabasca University              Bachelor of Professional Arts                            Completion of diploma       60 transfer credits awarded toward a total of 120 for degree completion    www.athabascau.ca

                                                University of Ontario Institute   Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Justice              70 per cent average         Graduates are accepted into the program may be given credit for up         www.uoit.ca
                                                of Technology                                                                                                          to eight courses. To be eligible students must have a minimum
                                                                                                                                                                       average of 70 per cent.

                                                University of Ontario Institute   Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies (Honours)              70 per cent average         Upon successful completion of a four-course bridge program with a          www.uoit.ca
                                                of Technology                     (to begin May 2010)                                                                  B average and with no course grade less than a C average, students
                                                                                                                                                                       may apply to third year and be given up to nine course credits
                                                                                                                                                                       towards the degree.
                          DURHAM COLLEGE                                                                                                     MINIMUM COLLEGE
                                                   TRANSFER INSTITUTION              TRANSFER DEGREE                                                                   DETAILS                                                                    FURTHER INFORMATION
                          PROGRAMS                                                                                                           AVERAGE REQUIRED

                          Paramedic and            University of Ontario Institute   Bachelor of Allied Health Sciences                      2.7 GPA on a              Up to 57 advanced credits (19 courses) toward the 120-credit (40           www.uoit.ca
                          Paramedic –              of Technology                                                                             four-point scale          courses) honours degree, students may choose to specialize in
                          Advanced Care                                                                                                                                Health Administration, Health Information Management or Adult
                          (graduate certificate)                                                                                                                       Education

                          Pharmaceutical and       Athabasca University              Bachelor of Science (PD)                                                          60 transfer credits toward 120 degree credits                              www.athabascau.ca
                          Food Science
                          Technology               Trent University                  Bachelor of Science in Environmental and Resource       75 per cent average       Advanced standing; ten credits awarded toward a 20 credit                  www.trentu.ca
                                                                                     Studies/Bachelor of Science in Chemistry                                          honours degree

                          Police Foundations       Athabasca University              Bachelor of Professional Arts in Criminal Justice       B+ average/ 3.5 GPA       60 transfer credits toward 120 degree credits                              www.athabascau.ca

                                                   Griffith University               Bachelor of Arts in Criminology                         Minimum B average         Degree completion in three semesters

                                                   Nipissing University              Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Criminal Justice                                    Advanced standing to a maximum of 42 credits (seven full courses)          www.nipissingu.ca

                                                   Ryerson University                Bachelor of Arts – Justice Studies                                                Possible admission to second year of the program                           www.ryerson.ca

                                                   University of Ontario Institute   Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Justice                                       After completion of four bridging courses with a B average                 www.uoit.ca
                                                   of Technology                                                                                                       (70 to 79 per cent average) students can apply directly to third year


                          Practical Nursing        University of Ontario Institute   Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Honours)                70 per cent average       Bridge courses required to second year                                     www.uoit.ca
                                                   of Technology

                                                   University of Ontario Institute   Bachelor of Allied Health Sciences                      2.7 GPA on a four-point   Up to 57 advanced credits (19 courses) toward the 120 credit hour          www.healthsciences.uoit.ca
                                                   of Technology                                                                             scale                     (40 courses) honours Bachelor of Allied Health Sciences,students
                                                                                                                                                                       may choose to specialize in Health Administration, Health
                                                                                                                                                                       Information Management or Adult Education


                          Professional Golf        Athabasca University              Bachelor of Management                                                            Eight half credits online for degree completion                            www.athabascau.ca
                          Management

                          Public Relations         Athabasca University              Bachelor of Professional Arts – Communication Studies                             Up to 72 credits toward 120 credits for degree completion                  www.athabascau.ca

                                                   Griffith University               Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Communication                                      Degree completion in two semesters                                         www.griffith.edu.au/credit

                                                   Royal Roads University            Bachelor of Arts in Applied Communication                                         Direct entry into third year of the degree program (full block transfer)   www.royalroads.ca


                          Sport Management         Athabasca University              Bachelor of Management                                                            Eight half credits online for degree completion                            www.athabascau.ca




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If your post-secondary school plans include
a diploma and a degree, Durham College
and the University of Ontario Institute of
Technology (UOIT) can make them a reality
– in a shorter than expected time frame
and without ever changing campuses.
Durham College graduates can take
advantage of several degree completion
programs through a post-secondary
partnership with UOIT at their shared
campus in Oshawa, Ontario. These
programs provide numerous opportunities
to apply credits earned at college toward
a university degree.
Durham College and UOIT – bridging the
gap to a better and brighter future!




Turn your Durham College
diploma into a degree at UOIT

                               Bachelor of Allied Health Sciences           licence to practise from their relevant
                                                                            licensing body.
                             The Bachelor of Allied Health Sciences
                             (Honours) program was designed to enable       Students meeting initial admission
                             students to build on the educational           requirements will receive a conditional
                             foundation obtained from their accredited      acceptance and must then complete the
                             diploma while developing an in-depth           appropriate bridge program with a
                             knowledge in health sciences and the theory    minimum GPA of 2.3 or higher in
                             base required for future study or careers in   each course.
                             a range of health disciplines. Additionally,   For more information, visit
                             students may choose to specialize in health    www.healthsciences.uoit.ca/bahsc.html.
                             administration, health information
                             management or adult education.
                                                                              Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
                             Durham College graduates of the Dental           in Criminology and Justice
                             Hygiene, Nursing and Paramedic programs
                                                                            The Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in
                             may receive up to 57 advanced credits (the
                                                                            Criminology and Justice program is
                             equivalent of 19 courses) toward UOIT’s 120
                                                                            available to Durham College graduates
                             credit hour (40 courses) BAHSc. Students
                                                                            from the Law and Security Administration,
                   %!$"      seeking admission must be graduates from
     ,".   -$)&                                                             Police Foundations, Legal
                             an approved health profession program with
                                                                            Administration/Law Clerk and Paralegal
                             a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher (on a 4.0
                                                                            programs.
                             scale). Applicants must also hold a current

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After completing four bridge courses with a     Durham College graduates from two- or              For further information, visit
minimum overall average of 70 per cent and      three-year diploma programs in any                 www.businessandit.uoit.ca.
with no individual course with a grade lower    discipline with a minimum cumulative
than a C, Law and Security Administration       average of 75 per cent or corresponding              RPN to Bachelor of Science
and Police Foundations graduates can apply      letter grade may qualify for the Commerce
to enter the third year of the BA in            bridging program. Upon successful
                                                                                                     in Nursing
Criminology and Justice.                        completion of the five-course bridge               Durham College graduates from the
                                                program with a B average (73 to 76 per cent)       Practical Nursing diploma program may
For more information, visit
                                                or better, students may apply directly to the      apply to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing
www.criminologyandjustice.uoit.ca/bridging.
                                                third year of the Bachelor of Commerce             program at UOIT. Preference will be given to
Legal Administration/Law Clerk graduates                                                           applicants who have achieved a minimum
                                                (Honours) degree.
may be given up to nine course credits and                                                         GPA of 2.7. Applicants must also hold a
Paralegal graduates may be given up to          For more information, visit
                                                                                                   current Certificate of Registration from the
eight credits towards the BA (Hons) in          www.businessandit.uoit.ca/bridging.
                                                                                                   College of Nurses Ontario (CNO). Qualified
Criminology and Justice. To be eligible for     Durham College also offers a Business –            students will be conditionally accepted and
advanced standing or transfer credits, these    General – University Transfer program for          must successfully complete both the
applicants must have a minimum average of       students who plan to proceed to the BCom.          Science and Nursing bridge courses with an
70 per cent.                                    The bridging courses required for admission        average grade of C (2.0 GPA) or higher, prior
                                                are embedded in the curriculum of this two-        to acceptance into the Registered Practical
  Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies             year diploma program. Graduates who                Nursing to Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  (Honours)                                     achieve a minimum cumulative average of            degree program.
                                                75 per cent (or corresponding letter grade)        For more information, visit
Durham College graduates from the
                                                in their Durham College courses and a B            www.healthsciences.uoit.ca/rpntobscn.html.
Paralegal and the Legal Administration
                                                average in their UOIT courses may proceed
programs can apply to the Bachelor of Arts
                                                directly to the third year of the BCom.            Your success matters
in Legal Studies (Honours) program.
                                                                                                   Durham College is committed to
Upon successful completion of a four-course
                                                  Bachelor of Information                          helping you succeed in navigating these
bridge program with a minimum B average
and with no course grade less than a C,           Technology (Honours)                             exciting pathways. Please contact
                                                                                                   the student liaison in the appropriate
students may apply to enter third year of the   Durham College graduates from the
                                                                                                   Durham College school for further
BA in Legal Studies. This program provides      Computer Systems Technician
                                                                                                   information about how you can turn
students with a broad spectrum of               or Technology programs or related programs
                                                                                                   your diploma into a degree at UOIT.
education in law studies, while offering        with a 75 per cent average will be considered
some potential for specialization in human      for admission to UOIT’s Bachelor of
rights law, information law and alternative     Information Technology (Honours) 5 course          Gordon Willey building, Room A160
dispute resolution. Some students may take      Bridge Program and may be eligible to receive      » T: 905.721.3000
the Legal Studies program as a way of           up to 45 transfer credits towards the 120 credit   » F: 905.721.3113
preparing for law school.                       honours degree.                                    » E: admissions@durhamcollege.ca
For more information, visit                     Durham College graduates from the                  www.durhamcollege.ca
www.criminologyandjustice.uoit.ca/bridging.     Game Development program with an 80 per
                                                cent average will be considered for
  Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)                admission to UOIT’s Bachelor of Information
                                                Technology (Honours) five-course Bridge
The Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)
                                                Program with specialization in Game
program prepares graduates with strong
                                                Development and Entrepreneurship and may
employability skills and the foundations for
                                                be eligible to receive up to 45 transfer credits
excellence in managing business corporations.
                                                toward the 120 credit honours degree.
        Take your skills to
        a new level with
        one of our graduate
        certificate or
        compressed fast
        track programs.




Graduate certificate and
Heading
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    Graduate certificates                         •   Communicative Disorders Assistant;         Compressed fast track programs
Thinking about taking your career or post-        •   Critical Care Nursing (e-learning);    These fast track programs are designed
secondary education to the next level? Durham     •   Human Resources Management;            specifically for applicants with existing
College’s in-demand graduate certificate                                                     academic credentials and present a
                                                  •   Journalism – New Media (new);
programs offer industry professionals and                                                    unique opportunity to complete diploma
college and university graduates an invaluable    •   Mediation – Alternative Dispute        requirements in fewer semesters. Both
opportunity to obtain additional skill sets,          Resolution (new);                      domestic and internationally educated
hands-on experience and specific credentials in   •   Paralegal;                             students who hold a Bachelor of Science
their chosen fields. For those with working                                                  (BSc) or Bachelor of Engineering degree
                                                  •   Paramedic – Advanced Care;
experience, a graduate certificate can also                                                  from an accredited university may be eligible
provide valuable academic credentials in one      •   Sport Business Management; and         to enrol in any one of these five programs:
year or less. Like all of our programs, Durham    •   Youth Corrections and Interventions.   •   Biomedical Engineering Technology;
college’s graduate certificate programs are
                                                                                             •   Biotechnology Technologist;
continually shaped by market needs and
delivered by exceptional teachers with real-                                                 •   Chemical Engineering Technology;
world experience. Learning with the same                                                     •   Environmental Technology; and
technology they’ll find in the work-place,
                                                                                             •   Pharmaceutical and Food Science
students graduate with the skills they need to
                                                                                                 Technology.
be employed in their chosen fields.
Certificate include:                                                                         » T: 905.721.3000
•   Addictions and Mental Health;                                                            » E: recruitment@durhamcollege.ca
•   Advanced Law Enforcement and                                                             www.durhamcollege.ca/grad
    Investigations;

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Programs A–Z
Note: Graduate certificate and compressed fast track programs are shown in blue and
require a degree, diploma or equivalent for admission consideration. Please see details
on individual program pages.



42     •   9-1-1 EMERGENCY AND CALL CENTRE COMMUNICATIONS
43     •   ACADEMIC UPGRADING – COLLEGE PREPARATION
44     •   ACADEMIC UPGRADING – PRE-HEALTH
44     •   ACADEMIC UPGRADING – PRE-TECHNOLOGY – NEW                                                95      •   HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING TECHNIQUES – HVAC
43     •   ACADEMIC UPGRADING – UNIVERSITY PREPARATION                                              96      •   HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT – HOTEL AND RESTAURANT – NEW
45     •   ADDICTIONS AND MENTAL HEALTH (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE)                                      97      •   HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE)
46     •   ADVANCED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND INVESTIGATIONS (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE)                       98      •   HUMAN SERVICES WORKER
47     •   ADVERTISING                                                                              147     •   INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT) – APPRENTICESHIP
48     •   ANIMATION – DIGITAL ARTS (TWO-YEAR)/ANIMATION                                            99      •   INTERNET APPLICATIONS AND WEB DEVELOPMENT
           – DIGITAL PRODUCTION (THREE-YEAR)                                                        100     •   JOURNALISM – PRINT (TWO-YEAR)/JOURNALISM – PRINT AND BROADCAST
145    •   AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN – APPRENTICESHIP                                                       (THREE-YEAR)
50     •   BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                                                        101     •   JOURNALISM – NEW MEDIA (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE) – NEW
51     •   BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (COMPRESSED FAST TRACK) – NEW                          102     •   LAW AND SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
52     •   BIOTECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST                                                               103     •   LEGAL ADMINISTRATION/LAW CLERK
53     •   BIOTECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST (COMPRESSED FAST TRACK)                                       148     •   MACHINIST – APPRENTICESHIP
54     •   BUSINESS FUNDAMENTALS – NEW                                                              104     •   MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN – NON-DESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION
55     •   BUSINESS (TWO-YEAR)/BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (THREE-YEAR) – ACCOUNTING                    106     •   MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN (TWO-YEAR)
56     •   BUSINESS – ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SMALL BUSINESS – NEW                                     107     •   MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (THREE-YEAR)
57     •   BUSINESS (TWO-YEAR)/BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (THREE-YEAR)                                 108     •   MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN – MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE AND CONTROL
           – HUMAN RESOURCES                                                                        109     •   MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN – TOOL AND DIE/CNC
58     •   BUSINESS (TWO-YEAR)/BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (THREE-YEAR) – MARKETING                     110     •   MECHANICAL TECHNIQUES – INDUSTRIAL (ONLINE)
59     •   BUSINESS– OPERATIONS (TWO-YEAR) /BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION                                 111     •   MECHANICAL TECHNIQUES – PRECISION MACHINING (ONLINE)
           (THREE-YEAR) – OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT                                                     112     •   MEDIATION – ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
60     •   BUSINESS – GENERAL – TRANSFER PROGRAM TO UOIT/BACHELOR OF                                            (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE) – NEW
           COMMERCE (HONS.)                                                                         148     •   METAL FABRICATOR – APPRENTICESHIP – NEW
61     •   CHEMICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                                                          149     •   MOBILE CRANE OPERATOR (BRANCH 1,339A) – APPRENTICESHIP
62     •   CHEMICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (COMPRESSED FAST TRACK)                                  113     •   MOTIVE POWER TECHNICIAN – SERVICE AND MANAGEMENT
63     •   CHILD AND YOUTH WORKER                                                                   149     •   MOULD MAKER – APPRENTICESHIP
64     •   COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS ASSISTANT (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE)                                 114     •   MULTIMEDIA DESIGN
65     •   COMMUNITY INTEGRATION THROUGH COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                                      116     •   MUSIC BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (TWO-YEAR)/MUSIC BUSINESS
66     •   COMPUTER PROGRAMMER (TWO-YEAR)                                                                       MANAGEMENT (THREE-YEAR)
67     •   COMPUTER PROGRAMMER ANALYST (THREE-YEAR)                                                 117     •   NURSING – COLLABORATIVE (BSCN) (UOIT/DURHAM)
68     •   COMPUTER SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN (TWO-YEAR)                                                   118     •   OFFICE ADMINISTRATION (ONE-YEAR)
69     •   COMPUTER SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY (THREE-YEAR)                                                 119     •   OFFICE ADMINISTRATION – EXECUTIVE (TWO-YEAR)
70     •   COURT SUPPORT SERVICES                                                                   120     •   OFFICE ADMINISTRATION – LEGAL (TWO-YEAR)
71     •   CRITICAL CARE NURSING (E-LEARNING) (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE)                                121     •   OFFICE ADMINISTRATION – MEDICAL (TWO-YEAR)
72     •   DENTAL ASSISTING (LEVELS I AND II)                                                       122     •   PARALEGAL
73     •   DENTAL HYGIENE                                                                           123     •   PARALEGAL (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE)
74     •   DENTAL RECEPTION AND ADMINISTRATION                                                      124     •   PARAMEDIC
75     •   EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION                                                                125     •   PARAMEDIC – ADVANCED CARE (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE)
76     •   ELECTRICAL TECHNICIAN – INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL                                      150     •   PARTS TECHNICIAN – APPRENTICESHIP
145    •   ELECTRICIAN – CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE/ELECTRICIAN                                   126     •   PERSONAL SUPPORT WORKER
           – INDUSTRIAL – APPRENTICESHIP                                                            128     •   PHARMACEUTICAL AND FOOD SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY
77     •   ELECTRO-MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                                                129     •   PHARMACEUTICAL AND FOOD SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY (COMPRESSED FAST TRACK)
78     •   ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN (TWO-YEAR)                                            150     •   PLUMBER – APPRENTICESHIP
79     •   ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (THREE-YEAR)                                          130     •   POLICE FOUNDATIONS
146    •   ELEVATING DEVICES MECHANIC – APPRENTICESHIP                                              131     •   POWER ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN
80     •   ENERGY AUDIT TECHNIQUES – NEW                                                            132     •   PRACTICAL NURSING
81     •   ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES (INTERNATIONAL)                                            151     •   PRECISION METAL FABRICATOR – APPRENTICESHIP
82     •   ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY                                                                 134     •   PRE-MEDIA
83     •   ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY (COMPRESSED FAST TRACK)                                         135     •   PROFESSIONAL GOLF MANAGEMENT – BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (CO-OP)
84     •   FIREFIGHTER – PRE-SERVICE, EDUCATION AND TRAINING                                        136     •   PUBLIC RELATIONS
146    •   FACILITIES MAINTENANCE MECHANIC (LEVEL I AND 2)/FACILITIES SYSTEMS                       137     •   RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNICIAN – NEW
           TECHNICIAN (PHASE 3) – APPRENTICESHIP                                                    151     •   SMALL ENGINE TECHNICIAN – APPRENTICESHIP
85     •   FITNESS AND HEALTH PROMOTION                                                             138     •   SPORTS ADMINISTRATION (TWO-YEAR)/SPORT MANAGEMENT (THREE-YEAR)
86     •   FOUNDATIONS IN ART AND DESIGN                                                            139     •   SPORT BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE)
88     •   GAME DEVELOPMENT                                                                         152     •   TOOL AND DIE MAKER – APPRENTICESHIP
89     •   GAS TECHNICIAN 2                                                                         140     •   TOURISM MANAGEMENT – TRAVEL – NEW
90     •   GENERAL ARTS AND SCIENCE                                                                 141     •   VETERINARY ASSISTANT
91     •   GENERAL ARTS AND SCIENCE – EAP (DOMESTIC)                                                142     •   WATER QUALITY TECHNICIAN
92     •   GENERAL ARTS AND SCIENCE – HEALTH SCIENCES PREPARATION – NEW                             152     •   WELDER – APPRENTICESHIP
93     •   GENERAL ARTS AND SCIENCE – UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION (TWO-YEAR)                            143     •   YOUTH CORRECTIONS AND INTERVENTIONS (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE)
94     •   GRAPHIC DESIGN
147    •   HAIRSTYLIST – APPRENTICESHIP




Information is accurate at time of publication. For the most up-to-date information, please visit our website at www.durhamcollege.ca or call our Admissions and Recruitment office at 905.721.3000.

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Programs by area of study (school)
Note: Graduate certificate and compressed fast track programs are shown in blue and require a degree, diploma or equivalent for admission consideration. Please see details on individual
program pages.


SCHOOL OF CAREER DEVELOPMENT & CONTINUING EDUCATION                                             59     • BUSINESS– OPERATIONS (TWO-YEAR) /BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
43     •   ACADEMIC UPGRADING – COLLEGE PREPARATION                                                      (THREE-YEAR) – OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
44     •   ACADEMIC UPGRADING – PRE-HEALTH                                                      60     • BUSINESS – GENERAL – TRANSFER PROGRAM TO UOIT/BACHELOR OF
44     •   ACADEMIC UPGRADING – PRE-TECHNOLOGY – NEW                                                     COMMERCE (HONS.)
43     •   ACADEMIC UPGRADING – UNIVERSITY PREPARATION                                          66     • COMPUTER PROGRAMMER (TWO-YEAR)
29     •   CONTINUING EDUCATION, PART-TIME CERTIFICATES, DIPLOMAS, DISTANCE                     67     • COMPUTER PROGRAMMER ANALYST (THREE-YEAR)
           LEARNING, ONLINE OR CORRESPONDANCE                                                   68     • COMPUTER SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN (TWO-YEAR)
74     •   DENTAL RECEPTION AND ADMINISTRATION                                                  69     • COMPUTER SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY (THREE-YEAR)
28     •   JOB CONNECT                                                                          96     • HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT – HOTEL AND RESTAURANT – NEW
118    •   OFFICE ADMINISTRATION (ONE-YEAR)                                                     97     • HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE)
119    •   OFFICE ADMINISTRATION – EXECUTIVE (TWO-YEAR)                                         112    • MEDIATION – ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
120    •   OFFICE ADMINISTRATION – LEGAL (TWO-YEAR)                                                      (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE) – NEW
121    •   OFFICE ADMINISTRATION – MEDICAL (TWO-YEAR)                                           135    • PROFESSIONAL GOLF MANAGEMENT – BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (CO-OP)
141    •   VETERINARY ASSISTANT                                                                 138    • SPORTS ADMINISTRATION (TWO-YEAR)/SPORT MANAGEMENT (THREE-YEAR)
                                                                                                139    • SPORT BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE)
SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCES, APPRENTICESHIP, SKILLED TRADES & TECHNOLOGY                         140    • TOURISM MANAGEMENT – TRAVEL – NEW
145    •   AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN – APPRENTICESHIP
50     •   BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                                                    SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION, LANGUAGE & GENERAL STUDIES
51     •   BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (COMPRESSED FAST TRACK) – NEW                      65     •   COMMUNITY INTEGRATION THROUGH COOPERATIVE EDUCATION
52     •   BIOTECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST                                                           81     •   ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES (INTERNATIONAL)
53     •   BIOTECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST (COMPRESSED FAST TRACK)                                   90     •   GENERAL ARTS AND SCIENCE
61     •   CHEMICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                                                      91     •   GENERAL ARTS AND SCIENCE – EAP (DOMESTIC)
62     •   CHEMICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (COMPRESSED FAST TRACK)                              92     •   GENERAL ARTS AND SCIENCE – HEALTH SCIENCES PREPARATION – NEW
76     •   ELECTRICAL TECHNICIAN – INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL                                  93     •   GENERAL ARTS AND SCIENCE – UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION (TWO-YEAR)
145    •   ELECTRICIAN – CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE/ELECTRICIAN –                             SCHOOL OF HEALTH & COMMUNITY SERVICES
           INDUSTRIAL – APPRENTICESHIP                                                          45     •   ADDICTIONS AND MENTAL HEALTH (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE)
77     •   ELECTRO-MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                                            63     •   CHILD AND YOUTH WORKER
78     •   ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN (TWO-YEAR)                                        64     •   COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS ASSISTANT (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE)
79     •   ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (THREE-YEAR)                                      71     •   CRITICAL CARE NURSING (E-LEARNING) (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE)
146    •   ELEVATING DEVICES MECHANIC – APPRENTICESHIP                                          72     •   DENTAL ASSISTING (LEVELS I AND II)
80     •   ENERGY AUDIT TECHNIQUES – NEW                                                        73     •   DENTAL HYGIENE
83     •   ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY                                                             75     •   EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
83     •   ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY (COMPRESSED FAST TRACK)                                     85     •   FITNESS AND HEALTH PROMOTION
146    •   FACILITIES MAINTENANCE MECHANIC (LEVEL I AND 2)/FACILITIES SYSTEMS                   98     •   HUMAN SERVICES WORKER
           TECHNICIAN (PHASE 3) – APPRENTICESHIP                                                117    •   NURSING – COLLABORATIVE (BSCN) (UOIT/DURHAM)
89     •   GAS TECHNICIAN 2                                                                     124    •   PARAMEDIC
147    •   HAIRSTYLIST – APPRENTICESHIP                                                         125    •   PARAMEDIC – ADVANCED CARE (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE)
95     •   HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING TECHNIQUES – HVAC                          126    •   PERSONAL SUPPORT WORKER
147    •   INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT) – APPRENTICESHIP                                    132    •   PRACTICAL NURSING
148    •   MACHINIST – APPRENTICESHIP
104    •   MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN – NON-DESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION                       SCHOOL OF JUSTICE & EMERGENCY SERVICES
106    •   MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN (TWO-YEAR)                                         42     •   9-1-1 EMERGENCY AND CALL CENTRE COMMUNICATIONS
107    •   MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (THREE-YEAR)                                       46     •   ADVANCED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND INVESTIGATIONS (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE)
108    •   MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN – MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE AND CONTROL                           70     •   COURT SUPPORT SERVICES
109    •   MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN – TOOL AND DIE/CNC                                             84     •   FIREFIGHTER – PRE-SERVICE, EDUCATION AND TRAINING
110    •   MECHANICAL TECHNIQUES – INDUSTRIAL (ONLINE)                                          102    •   LAW AND SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
11     •   MECHANICAL TECHNIQUES – PRECISION MACHINING (ONLINE)                                 103    •   LEGAL ADMINISTRATION/LAW CLERK
148    •   METAL FABRICATOR – APPRENTICESHIP – NEW                                              122    •   PARALEGAL
149    •   MOBILE CRANE OPERATOR (BRANCH 1,339A) – APPRENTICESHIP                               123    •   PARALEGAL (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE)
113    •   MOTIVE POWER TECHNICIAN – SERVICE AND MANAGEMENT                                     130    •   POLICE FOUNDATIONS
149    •   MOULD MAKER – APPRENTICESHIP                                                         143    •   YOUTH CORRECTIONS AND INTERVENTIONS (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE)
150    •   PARTS TECHNICIAN – APPRENTICESHIP                                                    SCHOOL OF MEDIA, ART & DESIGN
128    •   PHARMACEUTICAL AND FOOD SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY                                           47     • ADVERTISING
129    •   PHARMACEUTICAL AND FOOD SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY (COMPRESSED FAST TRACK)                   48     • ANIMATION – DIGITAL ARTS (TWO-YEAR)/ANIMATION
150    •   PLUMBER – APPRENTICESHIP                                                                      – DIGITAL PRODUCTION (THREE-YEAR)
131    •   POWER ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN                                                         86     • FOUNDATIONS IN ART AND DESIGN
151    •   PRECISION METAL FABRICATOR – APPRENTICESHIP                                          88     • GAME DEVELOPMENT
137    •   RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNICIAN – NEW                                                    94     • GRAPHIC DESIGN
151    •   SMALL ENGINE TECHNICIAN – APPRENTICESHIP                                             99     • INTERNET APPLICATIONS AND WEB DEVELOPMENT
152    •   TOOL AND DIE MAKER – APPRENTICESHIP                                                  100    • JOURNALISM – PRINT (TWO-YEAR)/JOURNALISM – PRINT AND BROADCAST
142    •   WATER QUALITY TECHNICIAN                                                                      (THREE-YEAR)
152    •   WELDER – APPRENTICESHIP                                                              101    • JOURNALISM – NEW MEDIA (GRADUATE CERTIFICATE) – NEW
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, IT & MANAGEMENT                                                             114    • MULTIMEDIA DESIGN
54     • BUSINESS FUNDAMENTALS – NEW                                                            116    • MUSIC BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (TWO-YEAR)/MUSIC BUSINESS
                                                                                                         MANAGEMENT (THREE-YEAR)
55     • BUSINESS (TWO-YEAR)/BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (THREE-YEAR)
         – ACCOUNTING                                                                           134    • PRE-MEDIA
56     • BUSINESS – ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SMALL BUSINESS – NEW                                   136    • PUBLIC RELATIONS
57     • BUSINESS (TWO-YEAR)/BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (THREE-YEAR)
         – HUMAN RESOURCES
58     • BUSINESS (TWO-YEAR)/BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (THREE-YEAR) – MARKETING




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Programs from A–Z
9-1-1 Emergency and Call Centre Communications
(MTCU Approved Program Title: 9-1-1 Emergency and Call Centre Communications)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                       Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca          Oshawa campus
School of Justice & Emergency Services                 ontariocolleges.ca application code: EMCC
                                                       September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                             Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    This program prepares students for exciting     •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
APCO PUBLIC SAFETY TELECOMMUNICATOR (DISP 1300)        careers in emergency and non-emergency              Student Status (MSS)
CANADIAN LAW – EMCC (LAW 1316)                         call centre communications. Emergency
COMPUTER/KEYBOARDING SKILLS I (COMP 1383)
                                                                                                       •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
CUSTOMER SERVICE – EMCC (SERV 1302)
                                                       communication centres are the public's link         credits: General (G), Advanced (A), OAC,
ETHICS (ETHC 1301)                                     to emergency services in times of crisis.           College Preparation (C), University/College
LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMUNICATIONS I (PFP 104)             Non-emergency call centres are the public's         Preparation (M), University Preparation (U)
PSYCHOLOGY (PFP 102)                                   link to information and needed assistance at        or Post-secondary (college or university)
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    a moment’s notice. The 9-1-1 Emergency and
COMPUTER/KEYBOARDING SKILLS II (COMP 2340)                                                                 » Grade 12 English
                                                       Call Centre Communications program is
CRISIS INTERVENTION I (COMM 2359)
FIRE DISPATCH (FIRE 2300)                              designed to meet the standards required of
INTERPERSONAL & GROUP DYNAMICS (PFP 202)               emergency response telecommunicators.           Post-admission requirements
LIFESTYLE MANAGEMENT (HLTH 2300)                       The competencies of multitasking, computer      Students are required to provide and
RESEARCH SKILLS – EMR (COMM 2389)
SOCIOLOGY & CANADIAN SOCIETY (PFP 103)
                                                       and keyboarding, crisis management,             re-new as required:
                                                       effective oral and written communications,      • Current criminal records search and ability
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY – EMCC (ANTY 1340)
                                                       customer service and ethics are explored and      to pass security clearance as required by
CALL CENTRE CAREER STRATEGIES (CCCS 1300)              developed. Communication centres follow a         field placement agencies; and
COMPUTER/KEYBOARDING SKILLS III (COMP 3340)            standard sequence of call taking, response
DIVERSITY & INTRAPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS (DIVS 1301)                                                   • Current First Aid and CPR Level C
                                                       determination, and assistance given.
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (MGMT 2359)                                                                         Certificate.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL DISPATCH (MEDL 2301)                 Students will use call simulation equipment
GENERAL EDUCATION COURSE (GNED 0000)                   to practice the skills required to handle
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4
9-1-1 & POLICE DISPATCH (DISP 2354)
                                                       emergency and non-emergency situations.
                                                       Students will complete embedded
                                                                                                       Employment opportunities
COMPUTER/KEYBOARDING SKILLS IV (COMP 4340)             certification in Public Safety                  •   Fire services;
CRISIS INTERVENTION II (COMM 3311)
EXERCISE DESIGN (DESN 1310)
                                                       Communications.                                 •   Police services;
FIELD PLACEMENT – EMCC (FWK 4351)                      The field placement component, affords the      •   Ambulance services;
                                                       students the opportunity to further develop     •   Call centres;
For course descriptions visit the individual program
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     the skill sets required of all                  •   Alarm companies;
                                                       telecommunicators.
                                                                                                       •   Security companies; and
                                                       Graduates of this program will be prepared
                                                                                                       •   Technical support centers.
Opportunities for                                      for employment in the fast-paced, customer
                                                       service oriented, non-emergency
degree completion or                                   communications call centre environment and
                                                       for employment in the fast-paced, high stress
additional credentials                                 emergency communications environment.
Qualified graduates of this program may be
eligible to apply their academic credits
towards further study through partnerships
with many Canadian and international
colleges and universities.
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.




                                                                                                           YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                           TUITION FEES: (DOMESTIC)               $    2,290
                                                                                                           STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
                                                                                                           LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $       25


                                                                                                           FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Academic Upgrading – College Preparation


Academic and Career Entrance (ACE)                     Oshawa and Uxbridge campuses                   Call to arrange an assessment
School of Career Development                           and Beaverton locations                        www.careerdevelopment.durhamcollege.ca
& Continuing Education                                 Continuous intake available




Program of study                                       Program description                            Entrance requirements
                                                       Do you:                                        •   Mature student status (MSS), 19 years
COMMUNICATIONS (ENGLISH)
MATHEMATICS                                            • Need to obtain the prerequisite courses          or older
COMPUTER SKILLS                                          required to enter a college program;         •   Plus completion of a skills assessment to
OPTIONAL SCIENCES – CHEMISTRY, BIOLOGY AND PHYSICS                                                        determine upgrading needs
                                                       • Need to obtain an ACE Grade 12
For course descriptions visit the individual program     Equivalency Certificate;
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     • Need to update academic skills; or
                                                       • Want to upgrade credits?                     Opportunities
                                                       Academic upgrading is:                         •   College courses/programs across Ontario;
Tuition fee                                            • Personalized to meet students' needs;        •   Skills training/apprenticeship programs;
The first 16 weeks of upgrading is funded              • A supportive program in a college            •   Private schools; and
by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and                environment;
                                                                                                      •   Employment.
Universities.                                          • Self-paced;
                                                       • Flexible – offering both day or evening
*Additional funding may be available
                                                         schedules; and
Full-time schedule: $58.00/week
Part-time schedule: $4.95/hour                         • Continuous – start dates available every
                                                         month.




Academic Upgrading – University Preparation
Two-semesters                                          Oshawa campus                                  Application available in room 1266
School of Career Development                           September 2010                                 – Simcoe building
& Continuing Education                                                                                www.careerdevelopment.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                       Program description                            Entrance requirements
ENGLISH                                                Do you:                                        •   Grade 11 advanced/C/M or U math, English
CHEMISTRY
PHYSICS                                                • Need the prerequisite courses required to        and science at 70 per cent or higher
BIOLOGY                                                  enter a UOIT program;                            completed within the last five years or
ADVANCED FUNCTIONS                                                                                    •   Successful completion of one year of a
CALCULUS AND VECTORS                                   • Need to update academic skills; or
                                                       • Want to improve marks in preparation for
                                                                                                          post-secondary program including math
For course descriptions visit the individual program     university study?                                and English within the last five years or
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.                                                    •   Successful completion of a free academic
                                                       University preparation is:                         assessment and/or a short, free transitional
                                                       • Structured and customized to meet                math, English or science program.
                                                         students' needs; and
Further studies                                        • Approved by UOIT for entrance into
•   University of Ontario Institute of                   programs of study at the university level.
    Technology (UOIT);                                   Consideration will be given for credit           YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
•   Ryerson University;                                  exemption where applicable.                      TUITION FEE (DOMESTIC)               $     1,832
                                                                                                          BOOKS, SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT        $       800
•   York University; and
                                                                                                          COST PER COURSE                      $       651
•   Trent University.




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Academic upgrading – Pre-technology

School of Career Development                           Oshawa campus                                Application available in room 1266
& Continuing Education                                 September 2010                               – Simcoe building
                                                                                                    www.careerdevelopment.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                       Program description                          Entrance requirements
TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS                                  This structured program provides             •   Grade 11 mathematics and English
COMMUNICATIONS
BIOLOGY
                                                       the pre-requisites required to enter             successfully completed with a minimum of
CHEMISTRY                                              a college post-secondary technology              60 per cent (within the last five years) or
PHYSICS                                                program.                                     •   Successful completion of Level 5 Academic
For course descriptions visit the individual program                                                    Upgrading.
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.



                                                                                                        YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
                                                                                                        TUITION FEE (DOMESTIC)                $ 1,386

                                                                                                        Tuition may be covered by the Ministry of Training, Colleges,
                                                                                                        and Universities




Academic Upgrading – Pre-health

School of Career Development                           Oshawa campus                                Application available in room 1266
& Continuing Education                                 September 2010                               - Simcoe building
                                                                                                    www.careerdevelopment.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                       Program description                          Entrance requirements
HEALTH MATH                                            This structured program provides the         •   Grade 11 mathematics and English
COMMUNICATIONS
BIOLOGY
                                                       pre-requisites required to enter a college       successfully completed with a minimum of
CHEMISTRY                                              post-secondary health program.                   60 per cent (within the
COMPUTER SKILLS                                                                                         last five years) or
For course descriptions visit the individual program                                                •   Successful completion of Level 5 Academic
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.                                                      Upgrading.



                                                                                                        YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
                                                                                                        TUITION FEE (DOMESTIC)                $ 1,386

                                                                                                        Tuition may be covered by the Ministry of Training, Colleges,
                                                                                                        and Universities




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Addictions and Mental Health (graduate certificate)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Addictions and Mental Health)



One-year (three-semester) Ontario                        Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca            Oshawa campus
College Graduate Certificate                             ontariocolleges.ca application code: ADMH         www.hcs.durhamcollege.ca
School of Health & Community Services                    September 2010




Program of study                                         Program description                               Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                      This program is designed for students who         •   A college diploma in a human services
CASE MANAGEMENT & PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE (ADDC 1505)      have previous education or work experience,           specialty area or a university degree in
COUNSELING PRACTICE (ADDC 1508)                          please see the entrance requirements section          human, health or social services with a
CURRENT COUNSELING PRACTICES II: RELAPSE PREVENTION
  (ADDC 2508)
                                                         of this page for further detail.                      minimum GPA of 2.5 or 65 per cent;
FIELD PLACEMENT PREPARATION (FWKS 2500)                  The Addictions and Mental Health program          •   A minimum of one full credit in Post-
PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY (ADDC 1510)                           was developed in consultation with Centre for         secondary courses in Psychology or its
THEORIES & MODELS OF DEPENDENCE (ADDC 1509)
WOMEN & SUBSTANCE USE (ADDC 1507)                        Addictions and Mental Health (CAMH) and               equivalent and an overall GPA of 2.5 in
WORKING WITH FAMILIES (ADDC 1506)                        Pinewood Centre of Lakeridge Health                   Psychology or its equivalent;
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                      Corporation, two reputable organizations in       •   And upon request, a resumé listing work
CONCURRENT DISORDERS (ADDC 2504)                         the field of addictions and mental health. The        and volunteer experience; and
CURRENT COUNSELING PRACTICES I:                          program, delivered by experienced/skilled
  BRIEF THERAPIES (ADDC 1501)                                                                              •   A working knowledge of Microsoft Office
CURRENT COUNSELING PRACTICES III:
                                                         practitioners from the field, provides                or equivalent is recommended.
  TREATMENT OF CO-DEPENDENCY (ADDC 2501)                 graduates of social services, human services
CURRENT COUNSELING PRACTICES IV:                         and social science programs, and practicing       Post-admission requirements
  LIFESTYLE & WELLNESS (ADDC 2502)                       counsellors with the specific skill set to work   To be eligible for the required field placement
FIELD PLACEMENT PREPARATION (FWKS 2500)
                                                         with client populations affected by addictive     component of this program,
SPECIAL POPULATIONS (ADDC 2506)
SUBSTANCE ABUSE & VIOLENCE (ADDC 2507)                   behavior and/or mental health related             students are required (at the student's
THE ELDERLY (ADDC 2505)                                  problems.                                         expense) to provide the following:
YOUTH (ADDC 2503)
                                                         Students are trained to work in                   • A current criminal reference check
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
FIELD PLACEMENT: CONSOLIDATION OF COUNSELING PRACTICES
                                                         addiction/mental health-specific settings and       including Vulnerable Sector Screen.
  (FWK 3502)                                             the broad spectrum of social or health service      Students who cannot provide a clear
                                                         agencies where addictions/mental health-            criminal reference check may be denied
For course descriptions visit the individual program     related issues likely arise. For practitioners      the opportunity to enter field placement,
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                         already in private practice, this certificate       and this will impact the student’s ability to
                                                         provides a specific knowledge and skill set         complete the full program and/or secure
                                                         applicable to clients affected by addictive         employment;
Employment opportunities                                 behavior and/or mental health-related issues.     • An Entry Immunization form. An applicant
                                                         Students develop an understanding of the            whose health record does not meet the
Employment is obtained in a wide variety of
                                                         particular needs of "special populations" such      requirements of the college may be asked
social service settings, including: group
                                                         as the elderly and youth, the LGBT                  to have a second medical examination
homes or adult shelters, residential
                                                         population, women and others. In addition,          from a physician affiliated with Durham
treatment centres, correctional facilities,
                                                         this graduate certificate program provides          College; and
community-based agencies, government and
                                                         training in current counselling practices. In     • Current certificates in standard first aid and
non-government agencies, and health
                                                         this regard, training is provided in brief          CPR-C.
service agencies.
                                                         therapies, relapse prevention, working with
                                                         families and the treatment of compulsive
Graduates of this program can be employed                gambling.
as:                                                      This program prepares students for the broad
• Addictions and mental health counselor                 range of counselling opportunities associated
  case managers;                                         with addictions/mental health, and to use the
• Recovery and group home workers;                       most current and effective counselling
• Wellness workers;                                      technologies. The student's classroom
                                                         learning is complemented with 490 hours of
• Community development and prevention
                                                         field experience, supervised by qualified,
  programs;
                                                         professional practitioners.
• Addictions workers within the justice
  system;
• Addictions workers in adolescent                       Opportunities for
  addictions programs;
• Community education/prevention workers;
                                                         degree completion or
• Employee and family assistance                         additional credentials
  counselors; and                                        Qualified graduates of this program may be            YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
• Mental health workers.                                 eligible to apply their academic credits
                                                         towards further study through partnerships            TUITION FEES: (DOMESTIC)               $    3,714
                                                         with many Canadian and international                  TUITION FEES: (INTERNATIONAL)          $   12,761
                                                         colleges and universities.                            STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914

                                                         See page 30 or visit
                                                                                                               FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14
                                                         www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.




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Advanced Law Enforcement and Investigations (graduate certificate)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Advanced Law Enforcement and Investigations)



One-year Ontario College Graduate Certificate            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Oshawa campus
School of Justice & Emergency Services                   ontariocolleges.ca application code: LAW         www.jes.durhamcollege.ca
                                                         September 2010




Program of study                                         Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                      This program is designed for students who        • Graduation with a college diploma or
ADVANCED CRIMINAL CODE APPLICATIONS & SEARCH WARRANT     have previous education or work experience,        university degree with a cumulative GPA of
  PROCEDURES (APPL 1301)                                 please see the entrance requirements section       3.0
ADVANCED FITNESS I – LAW (HLTH 1320)
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION, MEDIATION, NEGOTIATION
                                                         of this page for further detail.                 or
  TECHNIQUES & PRACTICES (ADRM 2300)                     Aimed at college and university graduates,       • Related work experience
FIELD PLACEMENT I – LAW (FWK 1305)                       this program prepares students with the
MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 1339)
PUBLIC SAFETY TELECOMMUNICATOR (TELE 1301)               specialized knowledge and skills to work as
                                                         law enforcement officers with supervisory        Based on the above, candidates will be
SECURITY, LEADERSHIP & OPERATIONS (MGMT 1338)
                                                         and management level knowledge and               required to attend an applicant orientation
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                                                                       session. For further details contact the
ADVANCED FITNESS II – LAW (HLTH 2320)                    attributes. Emphasis is placed on the
AUTHORITY & LIABILITY (AUTH 2300)                        practical application of advanced skills in      School of Justice & Emergency Services.
CONFLICT MANAGEMENT – LAW (MGMT 1336)
FIELD PLACEMENT II – LAW (FWK 2310)
                                                         those specialized subject areas required for
INVESTIGATION, EVIDENCE & COURT PROCEDURES               practitioners in the fields of law enforcement   Post admission requirements
  (PROC 2300)                                            and security. Specific skills include those      •   Completion and submission of Entry
RACE, RELIGION & DIVERSITY (RACE 2300)                   gained by placement experience in various
SECURITY ADMINISTRATION (ADMN 2800)                                                                           Immunization Form;
TECHNOLOGY & JUSTICE (TECH 2300)                         law enforcement, security, and related
                                                                                                          •   Current First Aid and CPR level
                                                         agencies on an extended basis, advanced
                                                                                                              C Certificate; and
For course descriptions visit the individual program     fitness training and preparation for career-
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.       specific fitness and application testing, as     •   Current criminal records search with
                                                         well as the opportunity to obtain additional         vulnerable sector clearance.
                                                         professional certifications. See the program
                                                         of study for a full listing of subjects.
                                                         Upon successful completion of the various
                                                                                                          Employment opportunities
                                                         requirements, the successful graduate will be    •   Municipal police officer;
                                                         able to achieve a certificate of completion or   •   Law enforcement officer;
                                                         professional designation (where noted) as        •   Law enforcement and security agencies;
                                                         follows:                                         •   Private security firms;
                                                         • APCO Institute Inc. – Public Safety
                                                                                                          •   Investigation agencies;
                                                            Telecommunicator I (Professional
                                                            designation);                                 •   Provincial and federal government law
                                                                                                              enforcement, security agencies; and
                                                         • Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Training
                                                            Certificate – Level 1;                        •   Corporate security organizations.
                                                         • CPR;
                                                         • First Aid; and
                                                         • Basic Self Defense and Handcuffing.




                                                                                                              YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                              TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                $    2,700
                                                                                                              STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES (DOMESTIC):     $      914
                                                                                                              LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES:            $       25


                                                                                                              FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Advertising
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Advertising)


Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca             Program previously oversubscribed
School of Media, Art & Design                          ontariocolleges.ca application code: ADVS          Oshawa campus
                                                       September 2010                                     www.mad.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                       Program description                                Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    The Advertising program reflects the real          •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) College Prep
COMPUTERS FOR ADVERTISING (COMP 1334)                  world of the advertising industry. The                 Level or Mature Student Status (MSS)
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (PHOT 1310)                        program deals with three main components
INTRODUCTION TO ADVERTISING (ADVT 1301)
                                                                                                          •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
MARKETING & CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR (MKTG 1306)
                                                       of the industry: media, account service and            subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
POP CULTURE, FILM & SOCIETY (SOCI 1307)                creative. Students learn the workings of the           OAC, College Preparation (C),
WRITING I (ENG 1300)                                   various media, including broadcast (television         University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 2                                    and radio), magazines, newspapers, outdoor,            University Preparation (U) or Post-
ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR (ADVERT) (COMP 2315)                 and the emerging digital market. They also             secondary (college or university)
CREATIVE TECHNIQUES (CRTK 2302)                        become familiar with account service by
DESIGN THEORY & APPLICATIONS (REPR 2302)                                                                      » Grade 12 English
DIGITAL IMAGING/PHOTOSHOP (DIGT 2300)                  managing and servicing accounts for the
EXCEL (COMP 2335)                                      college newspaper, The Chronicle. Students             » Three additional senior level credits
SALES TECHNIQUES (SALE 1301)                           receive training in ad creation and design, and
WRITING II (ENG 2304)
                                                       the strategies used in creating effective
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                    advertising.
                                                                                                          Employment opportunities
ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT (MGMT 3304)
ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR (ADVERT) (COMP 2315)                 Students will examine all that is involved with    •   Media buyer or media planner;
CREATIVE APPLICATIONS (CRTK 3300)                      the development, execution and evaluation of       •   Marketing/sales representative (for print,
ELECTRONIC MEDIA PRODUCTION (EMP 1301)                 effective advertising communications.                  broadcast or Internet company);
EXCEL (COMP 2335)
MEDIA STUDIES I (MEDI 2300)                            This program appeals to those with a creative      •   Production assistant;
SALES PRACTICUM (WKSP 3306)                            flair, especially the ability to generate fresh    •   Account service representative;
WRITING III (ADVERT) (ENG 4304)
                                                       ideas and concepts, and to those who can           •   Assistant account executive; and
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    work in a free-flowing, flexible environment.
ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT (MGMT 3304)                                                                            •   Assistant art director.
CREATIVE APPLICATIONS (CRTK 3300)                      Graduates find employment in many different
ELECTRONIC LAYOUT (ELEC 2300)                          fields, and job opportunities are as diverse as
MEDIA STUDIES II (MEDI 3300)                           the students themselves.                           These positions are found in:
PROMOTION MANAGEMENT (PROM 3303)
                                                                                                          • Advertising agencies;
SALES PRACTICUM (WKSP 3306)
WEB DESIGN FOR ADVERTISING (COMP 4355)                 Mobile Learning program                            • Promotional agencies;
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5                                    To ensure that students are provided with an       • Magazine publishers;
PORTFOLIO PREPARATION (PORT 5303)                      innovative learning environment and the
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE (FWKS 4302)                                                                         • Newspapers (local and major markets);
                                                       advanced technology skills required in the
PROMOTION (PROM 2302)                                                                                     • Radio stations;
PUBLICATIONS (DTP 5301)
                                                       workplace, this program requires the use of a
VIDEO PRODUCTION (ADVERT) (COMP 5300)                  laptop computer. Students receive a laptop         • Television stations;
WRITING FOR BROADCAST (ADVERT) (ENG 5302)              from the Durham College Mobile Computing           • Major retailers; and
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6                                    Department and have immediate access to            • Specialty agencies involved in promotions,
FIELD PLACEMENT (ADVERT) (FWK 4301)                    ongoing support and services through the IT          conventions, or trade shows.
                                                       Support Centre. Laptop users have access to
For course descriptions visit the individual program   wired and wireless connectivity on campus,
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     the use of course and domain-specific
                                                       software, printing services and a state-of-the-
                                                       art learning infrastructure to facilitate
Opportunities for                                      communication and collaboration. Students in
                                                       this mobile learning program are also
degree completion or                                   provided with online resources and in-person
additional credentials                                 training programs to ensure the greatest
                                                       educational benefit from the laptop’s rich suite
Qualified graduates of this program may be             of software. Please note that laptops other
eligible to apply their academic credits               than those provided by Durham College will
towards further study through partnerships             not be supported in this program. The
with many Canadian and international                   opportunity to apply for the ownership of
colleges and universities.                             the laptop is available to qualifying students
See page 30 or visit                                   who are completing their graduating term.
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                    For further information, please consult
                                                       www.durhamcollege.ca/mobile.
                                                                                                              YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
                                                       Approximate mobile learning fees are listed at
                                                       the bottom of this program page.                       TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
                                                                                                              STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
                                                                                                              LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $       70
                                                                                                              MOBILE LEARNING FEE:                   $    1,578


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Animation – Digital Arts (two-year)/Animation – Digital Production (three-year)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Animation – Digital Arts (two-year)/Animation – Digital Production (three-year)



Two-year and three-year Ontario                        Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca            Oshawa campus
College Diploma/Advanced Diploma                       ontariocolleges.ca application code: ADA          www.mad.durhamcollege.ca
School of Media, Art & Design                          September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                               Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    The Animation – Digital Arts/Digital              • OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
ANIMATION ARTS I (ANIM 1301)                           Production program enjoys the rich                  Student Status (MSS)
CINEMATIC ARTS I – ANIMATION (CINE 1301)               environment provided by the Durham                • Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
COMMUNICATIONS FOR DESIGN (COMM 1312)
MODELLING I – ANIMATION (MDRG 1301)
                                                       College School of Media, Art & Design.              subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
PERFORMANCE I (PERF 1300)                              Students enrolled in this program are               OAC, College Preparation (C),
PRE-PRODUCTION DESIGN I – ANIMATION (PPDN 1301)        dedicated, passionate, and creative                 University/College Preparation (M),
TRADITIONAL ART TECHNIQUES I (TRAD 1300)               individuals.
VISUAL NARRATIVES I – ANIMATION (NARR 1301)                                                                University Preparation (U) or Post-
                                                       It is always exciting for the faculty to meet       secondary (college or university)
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2
ANIMATION ARTS II (ANIM 2301)                          their new students and receive the feedback         » Grade 12 English
CINEMATIC ARTS II – ANIMATION (CINE 2301)              from those who are thrilled with their              » visual arts credits recommended
IMAGING I (IMGE 2300)                                  acceptance into the program, anticipating a
MODELLING II – ANIMATION (MDRG 2301)
                                                       rewarding educational experience.                 Plus applicants are required to submit a
PRE-PRODUCTION DESIGN II – ANIMATION (PPDN 2301)                                                         portfolio of work to be considered for
THE HISTORY OF ANIMATED FILM (HIST 2300)               The Animation – Digital Arts/Digital              admission into the program. An interview
TRADITIONAL ART TECHNIQUES II (TRAD 2300)              Production program has been developed
VISUAL NARRATIVES II – ANIMATION (NARR 2301)                                                             will be required.
                                                       with input from veterans in the animation
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                    and film industry, and continues to garner
ANIMATION ARTS III (ANIM 3300)                                                                           Special needs
AUDIO ARTS (AUDI 3300)                                 enthusiastic support from studios and
CINEMATIC ARTS III – ANIMATION (CINE 3301)             professional artists across the country. All of   Students who have either a visual impairment or
CULTURAL STUDIES – FILM (FILM 4300)                    our professors come from that industry,           a fine motor skills impairment are advised to
ILLUSTRATION I – ANIMATION (ILUS 3301)                                                                   consult with the Durham College Special Needs
                                                       ready to share their knowledge and
IMAGING II (IMGE 3300)                                                                                   Coordinator to review the demands of this
MODELLING & RIGGING I (MDRG 3300)                      experience with our students.                     program.
PERFORMANCE II (PERF 3300)                             The focus of this program is on character
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    animation and performance, supported by
ANIMATION ARTS IV (ANIM 4301)
ANIMATOR'S PORTFOLIO (PORT 4300)
                                                       storytelling, character design, modeling,         Employment opportunities
GAMES (GAME 4301)                                      texturing, and rigging, staging and lighting,
                                                                                                         •   2D and 3D character animators;
ILLUSTRATION II – ANIMATION (ILUS 4301)                and film editing and compositing.
IMAGING III (IMGE 4300)                                                                                  •   Filmmakers;
                                                       Students receive a solid foundation in
INDEPENDENT PRODUCTION (INDP 4300)                                                                       •   Compositing and special effects artists;
ISSUES & ETHICS IN SCIENCE (ETHC 1302)                 figurative drawing, with an emphasis on pre-
MODELLING & RIGGING II (MDRG 4300)                     production for animation and film.                •   Background illustrators;
PERFORMANCE III (PERF 4300)                                                                                  Character designers;
                                                       While the diverse program of study is based       •
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5                                    on 3D and 2D digital animation, courses such      •   Asset modelers, riggers and environment
ANIMATION I (ANIM 5300)
CONCEPT ART (CONA 5300)
                                                       as cinematic arts, audio, performance and             artists; and
IMAGING & EFFECTS I (IMFX 5300)                        portfolio ensure that students are able to        •   3D lighting/texture artists.
MODELLING & RIGGING III (MDRG 5300)                    handle any professional challenge.
PRESENTATION TECHNIQUES – ANIMATION (COMM 5302)
PRODUCTION (PROD 5301)                                 Students wishing to graduate with the two-
                                                                                                         These positions are found in:
STUDIO I (STUD 5300)                                   year Animation – Digital Arts Diploma can
                                                       take the animation skills and knowledge they      • Animation production studios;
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6
ANIMATION II (ANIM 6300)                               have acquired into their future careers or in     • Motion picture special effects studios;
IMAGING & EFFECTS II (IMFX 6300)                       continuing their education in related fields.     • Games studios;
INDUSTRY PORTFOLIO (PORT 6304)
MODELLING & RIGGING IV (MDRG 6300)                     Students wishing to specialize as character       • Film and television studios;
POST PRODUCTION (POST 6300)                            animators, character modellers and riggers,       • Web and graphic design studios; and
STUDIO II (STUD 6300)                                  or compositors should stay on for the third
                                                                                                         • Advertising studios.
                                                       year, to receive the three-year Animation –
For course descriptions visit the individual program
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                       Digital Production Advanced Diploma. The
                                                       knowledge acquired in this last year will aid
                                                       each student in creating a Demo Reel,
                                                       Portfolio and a successful career as an
Opportunities for                                      animator, designer or compositor.

degree completion or                                   The program is organic, and the ongoing
                                                       refinement of the curriculum continues to be
additional credentials                                 shaped by the insights of the faculty                 YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
                                                       members.
Qualified graduates of this program may                                                                      TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     3,240
be eligible to apply their academic credits            As a result, Durham College’s Digital                 TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    12,322
towards further study through partnerships             Arts/Digital Production graduates are                 STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
with many Canadian and international                   industry ready and widely recognized as               LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $       437
colleges and universities.                             being the most well rounded with respect to
                                                       their experience, skills and abilities.
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Biomedical Engineering Technology
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Biomedical Engineering Technology)



Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca            Oshawa campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,            ontariocolleges.ca application code: BMTY         www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                            September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                               Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    The Health Care Industry in Canada and            •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY (BIOL 1507)                       around the world is growing exponentially.            Student Status (MSS)
COMMUNICATIONS FOR SUCCESS (COMM 2103)                 The use of sophisticated electronic, computer
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS & SIMULATION (COMP 1107)
                                                                                                         •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
ELECTRICITY I (ELEC 1131)
                                                       controlled and networked equipment has                subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY I (MATH 1131)               created a demand for a specialized, well              OAC, College Preparation (C),
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY I LAB (MATH 1133)           trained graduate with an educational focus            University/College Preparation (M),
PHYSICAL SCIENCE – TECHNOLOGY (PHYS 1131)              on biomedical applications of electronics             University Preparation (U) or Post-
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    engineering technology. The Biomedical                secondary (college or university)
BIOMEDICAL TERMS & DEVICES I (BMDV 4131)               Engineering Technology program at Durham
DIGITAL CIRCUITS I (CIRD 1131)                                                                               » Grade 12 English
ELECTRICITY II (ELEC 2131)                             College prepares the student to meet the
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS I (CIRE 1131)                      growing demands in the health care industry           » Grade 12 mathematics* (college
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY II (MATH 2131)              for the installation, testing, calibration,             technology MCT4C or MTT4G)
TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 2136)                                                                         » Biology and chemistry recommended
                                                       preventative maintenance, sales and
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                    management of sophisticated electronic and
BIOMEDICAL TERMS & DEVICE II (BMDV 5131)
DIGITAL CIRCUITS II (CIRD 2131)
                                                       computer controlled medical equipment and         *Alternate mathematics entrance opportunity
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS II (CIRE 2131)                     systems as an integral part of a healthcare       Any person applying to this program with an
INTRODUCTION TO BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY      team. Students gain valuable hands-on             alternate mathematic credit, completed or in
  (BMET 1100)                                          experience in the methods and
INTRODUCTION TO CAD (CAD 2136)                                                                           progress, as listed below, will be considered
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (ORGB 1101)                   instrumentation used in healthcare.               for admission.
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    The biomedical engineering technology lab         • Grade 11 mathematics University/College
BIOMEDICAL TERMS & DEVICES III (BMDV 6131)             is fully equipped and includes bedside              Preparation (3M), University Preparation
CAD FOR ELECTRONICS I (CAD 1133)                       monitoring, central monitoring, anaesthesia
COMPUTER ORGANIZATION (COMP 4101)                                                                          (3U)
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS III (CIRE 3131)
                                                       equipment, infusion pumps, a variety of
                                                                                                         • Grade 12 mathematics College and
ELECTRONIC CONTROLS FOR BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY          physiological measurement devices, dialysis
                                                                                                           Apprenticeship (MAP4C)
  (BMEC 5100)                                          devices and an adjacent medical imaging lab.
LAW & ETHICS (GNED 1402)                               Students work with a variety of biomedical
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5                                    patient simulators and test and measurement       Compressed fast track opportunity,
BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION I (BMIN 5131)               devices, in addition to the test and              for details see page 51.
BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT (BMGM 5131)
DIALYSIS (BMDL 5131)                                   measurement technologies found in a fully
MEDICAL IMAGING SYSTEMS I (BMIS 5131)                  equipped electronics repair department.
SAFETY STANDARDS/RISK MANAGEMENT I (BMSS 6131)
                                                       This is a unique program in Ontario and           Employment opportunities
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6                                    provincial employers repeatedly require the       •   Biomedical technology;
BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION II (BMIN 6131)
CUSTOMER CARE & SERVICE (BMCS 6131)
                                                       functional expertise of our graduates.The         •   Diagnostic imaging;
DATA COMMUNICATIONS (DCOM 6131)                        program covers theory with hands-on
                                                                                                         •   Dialysis technology;
FIELD PLACEMENT & REPORT (FWBM 6131)                   practical, project-based learning of electronic
MEDICAL IMAGING SYSTEMS II (BMIS 6131)                 circuits and systems, biomedical devices and      •   Lab equipment service;
SAFETY STANDARDS/RISK MANAGEMENT II (BMSS 7131)
                                                       systems, biology, chemistry and physics,          •   Technical sales and support;
For course descriptions visit the individual program   anatomy and physiology, diagnostic                •   Certification and regulation;
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     imaging, dialysis, systems, biomedical            •   Independent service providers;
                                                       instrumentation, safety standards, risk
                                                                                                         •   In-house biomedical engineering
                                                       management, and report writing.
                                                                                                             departments;
                                                       Graduates will have opportunities in
Opportunities for                                      instructing, assisting and consulting
                                                                                                         •   Medical device distributors;
                                                                                                             Original medical equipment manufactures;
degree completion or                                   physicians, nurses and other medical staff
                                                       with a variety of medical and electronic
                                                                                                         •
                                                                                                         •   Regulatory authorities; and
additional credentials                                 equipment, which must be kept in proper           •   Shared service organizations.
Qualified graduates of this program may be             working order at all times so that the proper
eligible to apply their academic credits               and safe delivery of patient care is not
towards further study through partnerships             compromised. They will also have the
with many Canadian and international                   technical and management skills to work for
colleges and universities.                             medical equipment manufacturers, sales and
See page 30 or visit                                   service organizations, medical laboratories,          YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                    and regulatory institutions.
                                                                                                             TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     2,220
                                                                                                             TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    12,008
                                                                                                             STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
                                                                                                             LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $       130


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Biomedical Engineering Technology – NEW (compressed fast track)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Biomedical Engineering Technology)



Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Oshawa campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,            ontariocolleges.ca application code: BMFY        www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                            September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                              Entrance requirements
SPRING/SUMMER PREPARATION COURSES                      Both domestic and internationally educated       •   Bachelor of Engineering degree in
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I (ONLINE) (BIO 1502)             students with an Electrical Engineering              Electrical, Biomedical or Electronics from
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II (ONLINE) (BIO 2502)            Degree may be eligible for a compressed,             an accredited university;
BIOMEDICAL TERMS & DEVICES I + II
                                                       fast track opportunity to complete diploma       •   Applicants must submit an official
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    requirements in two-semesters.                       transcript demonstrating proof of
INTRODUCTION TO BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY      The biomedical engineering technology                successful completion of a post-secondary
  (BMET 1100)
DIALYSIS (BMDL 5131)                                   program provides essential training for              degree program;
BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT (BMGM 5131)           students wanting to pursue a career in this      •   Attend an interview where you may be
BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION I (BMIN 5131)               field. With practical laboratory training
MEDICAL IMAGING SYSTEMS I (BMIS 5131)
                                                                                                            required to submit a transcript and resumé
SAFETY STANDARDS/RISKS MANAGEMENT I (BMSS 6131)
                                                       courses in instrumentation, medical imaging,         for review;
                                                       safety and standards, management, dialysis,      •   English skills assessment may be required;
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2
BIOMEDICAL TERMS & DEVICES III (BMDV 6131)
                                                       terms and devices and customer care and              and
CUSTOMER CARE & SERVICE (BMCS 6131)                    service students develop essential skills to
BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION II (BMIN 6131)              employers.                                       •   Spring/summer preparation courses.
MEDICAL IMAGING SYSTEMS II (BMIS 6131)
                                                       Students gain hands-on experience in the               » Anatomy and Physiology I and II
SAFETY STANDARDS/RISKS MANAGEMENT II (BMSS 7131)                                                                 Online (BIO 2502 and BIO 1502)
DATA COMMUNICATIONS (DCOM 6131)                        methods and instrumentation used in
FIELD PLACEMENT & REPORT (FWBM 6131)                   healthcare. The biomedical engineering                 » Biomedical Medical Terms and Devices
                                                       technology lab is fully equipped and includes             I and II
For course descriptions visit the individual program   bedside monitoring, central monitoring,
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                       anaesthesia equipment, infusion pumps, a         Students are responsible for the costs
                                                       variety of physiological measurement             associated with these courses and they must
                                                       devices, dialysis devices and an adjacent        be completed by August 6, 2010.
Opportunities for                                      medical imaging lab. Students work with a
                                                       variety of biomedical patient simulators and
degree completion or                                   test and measurement devices, in addition to     Employment opportunities
additional credentials                                 test and measurement technologies found in
                                                       a fully equipped electronics repair
                                                                                                        •   Independent service providers;
Qualified graduates of this program may be             department.                                      •   In-house biomedical engineering
eligible to apply their academic credits                                                                    departments;
                                                       This is a unique program in Ontario and
towards further study through partnerships                                                              •   Medical device distributors;
                                                       Provincial employers repeatedly require the
with many Canadian and international                                                                        Original medical equipment manufactures;
                                                       functional expertise of our graduates.           •
colleges and universities.
                                                       The fast track option is designed specifically   •   Regulatory authorities; and
See page 30 or visit
                                                       for applicants with existing academic            •   Shared service organizations.
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.
                                                       credentials and provides students with the
                                                       advanced skills specific to the biomedical
                                                       engineering technology field to complement
                                                       the post-secondary education already
                                                       achieved. The program provides technical
                                                       practice with opportunities for hands-on
                                                       experiences and project based learning in
                                                       medical device technology.
                                                       In order to gain practical knowledge, a
                                                       supervised work placement is a component
                                                       of the fast track program.




                                                                                                            YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                            TUITION FEES:                          $    2,510
                                                                                                            BOOKS, SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT:           $   12,298
                                                                                                            LAB SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:       $       80


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Biotechnology Technologist
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Biotechnology Technologist)



Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca             Oshawa campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,            ontariocolleges.ca application code: BITY          www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                            September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                                Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    The Biotechnology Technologist program at          •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES (TECH 1131)                      Durham College prepares students to obtain             Student Status (MSS)
CHEMISTRY I (CHEM 1131)                                employment in a wide variety of science-
COMMUNICATIONS FOR SUCCESS (COMM 2103)
                                                                                                          •   Plus senior level (Grade . 11 or higher)
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (COMP 1101)
                                                       related industries including pharmaceutics,            subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
MATHEMATICS I (MATH 1132)                              biosciences, agriculture, biomedical                   OAC, College Preparation (C),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    research, bioremediation, and energy                   University/College Preparation (M),
BIOLOGY (BIOL 1131)                                    production.                                            University Preparation (U) or Post-
CHEMISTRY II (CHEM 2131)                               Students develop highly transferrable                  secondary (college or university)
COMMUNICATION FOR THE WORKPLACE (COMM 2136)
MATHEMATICS II (MATH 2132)                             laboratory skills in cell biology, microbiology,       » Grade 12 English
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I (ORGN 1131)                        bio-processing, analytical instrumentation,            » Grade 12 mathematics
TRENDS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY (BIOT 1131)                    biochemistry, and pharmaceutics that are
                                                       essential to the biotechnology industry.               » Biology, chemistry or environmental
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY I (CHEM 3131)                                                                              sciences recommended
ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTATION (INST 2134)
                                                       In our Biotechnology Laboratory, students
BIOCHEMISTRY I (BIOC 3131)                             conduct extensive experiments in cell and
INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY (MICR 1131)                  molecular biology in order to develop              Compressed fast track opportunity,
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (ORGB 1101)                   essential laboratory skills. Students learn        for details see page 53.
STATISTICAL METHODS IN QUALITY CONTROL (STAT 3136)
                                                       how to isolate and manipulate DNA, to purify
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    and characterize proteins, and to grow and
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY II (CHEM 4131)
ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTATION LAB (INST 2135)             maintain cells in tissue culture. Once basic       Employment opportunities
BIOCHEMISTRY II (BIOC 4131)                            skills have been developed, they are applied       Graduates will find employment in a variety
MICROBIAL APPLICATIONS I – FOOD & WATER (MICR 2131)    to real-world research projects in order to        of settings such as quality control
PHARMACEUTICS (PHRM 3131)
PROTEIN & DNA TECHNIQUES (BIOT 3131)
                                                       develop more advanced research, data               laboratories, research laboratories, and
                                                       management, and communications skills.             manufacturing and administration in a
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5
ADVANCED PROTEIN & DNA TECHNIQUES (BIOT 4133)          In our newly renovated Microbiology                variety of pharmaceutical, agricultural, food
CELL BIOLOGY (BIOT 5131)                               laboratory, biotechnology students learn a         and environmental companies and various
CHROMATOGRAPHY I (INST 5132)                           wide variety of microbiological techniques         government institutes. Positions include:
FIELD PLACEMENT (PLAC 1100)
LAW & ETHICS (GNED 1402)                               including the cultivation, manipulation,           • Pharmaceutical technologist;
MICROBIAL APPLICATIONS II –                            isolation and identification of                    • Immunologist technologist;
  DIAGNOSTIC & RAPID (MICR 2133)                       microorganisms. In their final semester,
SPECTROSCOPY I (INST 5131)                                                                                • Food technologist;
                                                       students use biological organisms to actively
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6                                    manufacture a chemical product used in an          • Microbiology technologist;
BIO-PROCESSING (BIOT 6131)
                                                       industrial process.                                • Clinical Study technologist;
BIO-REGULATIONS (BIOT 4131)
CHROMATOGRAPHY II (INST 6132)                          Students also develop a clear understanding        • Pharmaceutical sales manager;
FIELD PLACEMENT (PLAC 1100)                            of regulatory affairs and ethical implications     • Bacteriologist;
PHARMACEUTICAL MICROBIOLOGY (MICR 2134)
QUALITY ASSURANCE & CONTROL (QUAL 1133)                of the Biotechnology industry and its              • Instrumentation technologist;
SPECTROSCOPY II (INST 6131)                            influence on society. A work placement
                                                                                                          • Quality Assurance technologist;
                                                       program in third year allows students to
For course descriptions visit the individual program   utilize their newly acquired skills and gain       • Production technologist; and
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     valuable industry related experience.              • University laboratory research assistant.
                                                       Some advantages to our students include a
                                                       state-of-the-art biotechnology research
Opportunities for                                      laboratory for experiments in cell and
                                                       molecular biology, extensive hands on
degree completion or                                   student access to highly specialized
additional credentials                                 analytical equipment in our newly renovated
                                                       instrumentation laboratory and four
Qualified graduates of this program may be             semesters of study in our newly renovated,
eligible to apply their academic credits               fully-equipped, microbiology laboratory.
towards further study through partnerships             Current students may also qualify for the
with many Canadian and international                   PSG (Pharmaceutical Sciences Group)
colleges and universities.                             scholarships awarded to those who achieve
See page 30 or visit                                   academic excellence in the Biotechnology               YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                    Technologist program.                                  TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     2,220
                                                                                                              TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    12,008
                                                                                                              STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
                                                                                                              LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $       100


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Biotechnology Technologist (Biotechnology Pharmaceutical) (compressed fast track)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Biotechnology Technologist)



Ontario College Advanced Diploma                       Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca             Oshawa campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,            ontariocolleges.ca application code: BTYF          www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                            September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                                Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    Both domestic and internationally educated         •   Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree from an
ADVANCED PROTEIN & DNA TECHNIQUES (BIOT 4133)          students with a Bachelor of Science (BSc)              accredited university – including two
CELL BIOLOGY (BIOT 5131)                               may be eligible for a compressed, fast track           chemistry courses and one biochemistry
CHROMATOGRAPHY I (INST 5132)
FIELD PLACEMENT (FOR GEN. B.SC) (PLAC 1100)
                                                       opportunity to complete diploma                        course.
INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY (MICR 1131)                  requirements in two semesters.                         » Applicants must submit an official
SPECTROSCOPY I (INST 5131)                             The Biotechnology Technologist program at                transcript demonstrating proof of
PHARMACOLOGY (PHRM 4131)
                                                       Durham College prepares students to obtain               successful completion of a post-
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    employment in a wide variety of science-                 secondary degree program.
BIO-PROCESSING (BIOT 6131)
BIO-REGULATIONS (BIOT 4131)                            related industries including pharmaceutics,        •   International students are also required to
CHROMATOGRAPHY II (INST 6132)                          biosciences, agriculture, biomedical                   submit a course by course evaluation to
FIELD PLACEMENT (FOR GEN. B.SC) (PLAC 1100)            research, bioremediation, and energy
PHARMACEUTICAL MICRO (MICR 2134)
                                                                                                              demonstrate the required pre-admission
PHARMACEUTICS (PHRM 3131)
                                                       production.                                            courses indicated.
PROTEIN & DNA TECHNIQUES (BIOT 3131)                   Students develop highly transferrable              •   Attend an interview where you may be
SPECTROSCOPY II (INST 6131)                            laboratory skills in cell biology, microbiology,       asked to submit a transcript and resumé
                                                       bio-processing, analytical instrumentation,            for review.
                                                       biochemistry, and pharmaceutics that are           •   English skills assessment may be required.
Opportunities for                                      essential to the biotechnology industry.
                                                       In our Biotechnology Laboratory, students
degree completion or                                   conduct extensive experiments in cell and
additional credentials                                 molecular biology in order to develop
                                                       essential laboratory skills. Students learn
Qualified graduates of this program may be
                                                       how to isolate and manipulate DNA, to purify
eligible to apply their academic credits
                                                       and characterize proteins, and to grow and
towards further study through partnerships
                                                       maintain cells in tissue culture. Once basic
with many Canadian and international
                                                       skills have been developed, they are applied
colleges and universities.
                                                       to real-world research projects in order to
See page 30 or visit                                   develop more advanced research, data
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                    management, and communications skills.
                                                       In our newly renovated Microbiology
For course descriptions visit the individual program
                                                       laboratory, biotechnology students learn a
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                       wide variety of microbiological techniques
                                                       including the cultivation, manipulation,
                                                       isolation and identification of
                                                       microorganisms. In their final semester,
                                                       students use biological organisms to actively
                                                       manufacture a chemical product used in an
                                                       industrial process.
                                                       Students also develop a clear understanding
                                                       of regulatory affairs and ethical implications
                                                       of the Biotechnology industry and its
                                                       influence on society.
                                                       A work placement program allows students
                                                       to utilize their newly acquired skills and gain
                                                       valuable industry related experience during a
                                                       supervised workplace placement. Applicants
                                                       with an Honours BSc will have credits
                                                       applied against their supervised research
                                                       project.



                                                                                                              YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                              TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,437
                                                                                                              TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $   12,225
                                                                                                              STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      882
                                                                                                              LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $      150


                                                                                                              FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Business Fundamentals – NEW
(MTCU Approved Program Titles: Business Fundamentals)


One-year Ontario College Certificate                       Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Daytime or Continuing Education
School of Business, IT & Management                        ontariocolleges.ca application code: BFND        Oshawa campus
                                                           September 2010 and January 2011                  www.bitm.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                           Program description                              Entrance requirements
SEMESTER 1                                                 This program is designed for students who        •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
 COMMON FOR ALL BUSINESS, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND
 BUSINESS FUNDAMENTALS PROGRAMS.
                                                           want to develop skills and knowledge                 Student Status (MSS)
                                                           appropriate for an entry-level position in       •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
SEMESTER 2
 STUDENTS TAKE FIVE CORE SUBJECTS AND SELECT A SPECIALTY   business settings. Students will study the           subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
 AREA IN ONE OF: ACCOUNTING, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND          principles of business organization,                 OAC, College Preparation (C),
 SMALL BUSINESS, HUMAN RESOURCES, MARKETING OR             accounting, marketing, operations                    University/College Preparation (M),
 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT.
                                                           management, human resource management                University Preparation (U) or Post-
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                        and business communications. The program             secondary (college or university)
ACCOUNTING 1 (ACCT 1200)
BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I (COMP 1209)
                                                           will provide graduates with a basic                  » Grade 12 English
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (MATH 1202)                           understanding of business practices.
COLLEGE COMMUNICATION SKILLS (COMM 1202)                   Students successfully completing the                 » Grade 12 mathematics
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT I (HRM 1200)                     program may opt for one or two additional        September or January start
MARKETING I (MKTG 1200)
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT I (OPER 1200)                        years in other business programs offered at      » Students may enter Year 1 of the Business
                                                           Durham College and may obtain a diploma            or Business Administration program in
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2
ACCOUNTING II (ACCT 2200)                                  or an advanced diploma in Marketing,               September or January.
BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS II (COMP 2209)              Accounting, Human Resources Management,          » Students who begin classes in January will
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (MATH 1202)                           Operations Management or
BUSINESS SIMULATION (MGMT 1210)
                                                                                                              complete semesters 1 and 2 from January
COLLEGE COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS (COMM 1202)
                                                           Entrepreneurship and Small Business                to August and start Year 2, Semester 3
ECONOMICS I (ECON 1200)                                    Management.                                        immediately in September.
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT II (HRM 2200)                   Graduates from the one-year certificate
MARKETING II (MKTG 2200)
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT II (OPER 2200)                       program may find employment in entry level
SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (MGMT 1200)                      positions with large and small businesses        Employment opportunities
                                                           and corporations, health care facilities,        Graduates may find entry level positions
                                                           government ministries and agencies; and          with:
                                                           offices within the region, as well as not-for-
Opportunities for                                          profit organizations and educational
                                                                                                            • Large and small businesses;

degree completion or                                       institutions.                                    • Corporations;
                                                                                                            • Health care facilities;
additional credentials                                                                                      • Government ministries and agencies;
Qualified graduates of this program may be                                                                  • Offices within the region;
eligible to apply their academic credits
                                                                                                            • Not-for-profit organizations; and
towards further study through partnerships
with many Canadian and international                                                                        • Educational institutions.
colleges and universities.
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.

For course descriptions visit the individual program
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.




                                                                                                                YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                                TUITION FEES:                          $    2,220
                                                                                                                LAB SUPPLIED & CONSUMABLES:            $      914


                                                                                                                FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Business (two-year) / Business Administration (three-year) – Accounting
(MTCU Approved Program Titles: Business – Accounting / Business Administration – Accounting)



Two-year and three-year Ontario                            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca              Daytime or Continuing Education
College Diploma/Advanced Diploma                           ontariocolleges.ca application code: BUS            Oshawa campus
School of Business, IT & Management                        September 2010 and January 2011                     www.bitm.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                           Program description                                 Entrance requirements
SEMESTER 1                                                 Accounting involves measuring business              •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
 COMMON FOR ALL BUSINESS, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND
 BUSINESS FUNDAMENTALS PROGRAMS.                           activities, processing information into financial       Student Status (MSS)
SEMESTER 2
                                                           reports and statements, and communicating           •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
 STUDENTS TAKE FIVE CORE SUBJECTS AND SELECT A SPECIALTY   information to the appropriate decision-makers.         subject credits:
 AREA IN ONE OF: ACCOUNTING, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND          Accounting information is used in business and          General (G), Advanced (A), OAC, College
 SMALL BUSINESS, HUMAN RESOURCES, MARKETING,
 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT OR UOIT TRANSFER.
                                                           non-business organizations.                             Preparation (C), University/College
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                        To meet the wide range of employment                    Preparation (M), University Preparation (U)
ACCOUNTING 1 (ACCT 1200)                                   opportunities, a variety of courses are offered         or Post-secondary (college or university)
BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I (COMP 1209)               including financial accounting, cost accounting,
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (MATH 1202)
                                                                                                                   » Grade 12 English
COLLEGE COMMUNICATION SKILLS (COMM 1202)                   computerized accounting, taxation, auditing,
                                                                                                                   » Grade 12 mathematics
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT I (HRM 1200)                     finance, business mathematics and
MARKETING I (MKTG 1200)                                    communications. Students in the three-year          September or January start
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT I (OPER 1200)                                                                            » Students may enter Year 1 of the Business
                                                           program complete a field placement at a local
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                        business.                                             or Business Administration program in
ACCOUNTING II (ACCT 2200)
BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS II (COMP 2209)              All graduates of the Accounting program are           September or January.
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (MATH 1202)                           qualified to enter the Certified General            » Students who begin classes in January will
BUSINESS SIMULATION (MGMT 1210)
COLLEGE COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS (COMM 1202)                  Accountant (CGA) program (www.cga-ontario.org)        complete semesters 1 and 2 from January
ECONOMICS I (ECON 1200)                                    and may be granted course credits for many of         to August and start Year 2, Semester 3
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT II (HRM 2200)                   the courses completed at Durham College,              immediately in September.
MARKETING II (MKTG 2200)
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT II (OPER 2200)                       based on the formal transfer credit policy
SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (MGMT 1200)                      negotiated with CGA Ontario
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS (COMP 3200)
                                                           (www.cga-ontario.org/contentfiles/program
                                                           _requirements/colleges/durham.pdf).
                                                                                                               Opportunities for
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS I (COMM 3200)
COST ACCOUNTING I (ACCT 3200)                              After completing one year of business study,        degree completion or
ECONOMICS II (ECON 2200)
INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I (ACCT 3201)
                                                           students may choose to graduate with a
                                                           certificate in Business Fundamentals.
                                                                                                               additional credentials
STATISTICS I (MATH 2201)
                                                                                                               Durham College program –
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS II (COMM 4200)                     Mobile Learning program (Year 2 and 3 only)           » Human Resources Management
BUSINESS LAW FOR ACCOUNTING (LAW 3207)                     To ensure that students are provided with an            (graduate certificate)
COST ACCOUNTING II (ACCT 4203)                             innovative learning environment and the
INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II (ACCT 4200)                                                                         Qualified graduates of this program may be
STATISTICS II (MATH 3200)                                  advanced technology skills required in the          eligible to apply their academic credits
TAXATION I (ACCT 3204)                                     workplace, this program requires the use of a       towards further study through partnerships
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5                                        laptop computer. Students receive a laptop from     with many Canadian and international
AUDITING I (ACCT 3203)                                     the Durham College Mobile Computing                 colleges and universities. See page 30 or visit
BUSINESS FINANCE I (ACCT 5202)                             Department and have immediate access to
FIELD PLACEMENT SEMINAR (FWKA 6201)                                                                            www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.
INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING III (ACCT 5201)                    ongoing support and services through the IT
                                                                                                               All graduates of the Accounting program are
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS (MGMT 5202)                 Support Centre. Laptop users have access to
MANAGERIAL COST ACCOUNTING I (ACCT 5200)                                                                       qualified to enter the Certified General
                                                           wired and wireless connectivity on campus, the
PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING I (BFIN 1200)                                                                      Accountant (CGA) program (www.cga-
TAXATION II (ACCT 4201)                                    use of course and domain-specific software,
                                                                                                               ontario.org) and may be granted course
                                                           printing services and a state-of-the art learning
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6                                                                                            credits for many of the courses completed at
ADVANCED ACCOUNTING (ACCT 6201)                            infrastructure to facilitate communication and
                                                                                                               Durham College, based on the formal
AUDITING II (ACCT 4205)                                    collaboration. Students in this mobile learning
BUSINESS FINANCE II (ACCT 6202)                                                                                transfer credit policy negotiated with CGA
                                                           program are also provided with online resources
FIELD PLACEMENT (FWKA 6202)                                                                                    Ontario (www.cga-ontario.org/contentfiles/
MANAGERIAL COST ACCOUNTING II (ACCT 6200)                  and in-person training programs to ensure the
ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES (ORGS 5201)
                                                                                                               program_requirements/colleges/durham.pdf).
                                                           greatest educational benefit from the laptop’s
                                                           rich suite of software. Please note that laptops
For course descriptions visit the individual program       other than those provided by Durham College
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                           will not be supported in this program.
                                                           The opportunity to apply for the ownership
Employment opportunities                                   of the laptop is available to qualifying students
                                                           who are completing their graduating term.
Two-year graduates:
• Accounting assistant;
                                                           For further information, please consult
                                                                                                                   YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
• Accounts receivables/payables clerk;
                                                           www.durhamcollege.ca/mobile. Mobile
                                                           learning fees will apply.                               TUITION FEES: (DOMESTIC)               $    2,220
• Cost accounting clerk; and
                                                                                                                   TUITION FEES: (INTERNATIONAL)          $   12,008
• Junior accountant.
                                                                                                                   STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES :              $      914
Three-year graduates:                                                                                              MOBILE LEARNING FEE:                   $    1,294
• Accounting manager;
• Internal auditor;                                                                                                FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14
• Senior accountant;
• Tax accountant/auditor; and
• Treasurer or financial analyst.


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Business – Entrepreneurship and Small Business – NEW
(MTCU Approved Program Titles: Business – Entrepreneurship and Small Business)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                           Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca              Daytime or Continuing Education
School of Business, IT & Management                        ontariocolleges.ca application code: BESB           Oshawa campus
                                                           September 2010 and January 2011                     www.bitm.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                           Program description                                 Entrance requirements
SEMESTER 1                                                 Entrepreneurship and small business                 •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
 COMMON FOR ALL BUSINESS, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND
 BUSINESS FUNDAMENTALS PROGRAMS.
                                                           development are vital components to the                 Student Status (MSS)
                                                           successful economy of Canada. Durham                •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
SEMESTER 2
 STUDENTS TAKE FIVE CORE SUBJECTS AND SELECT A SPECIALTY   College’s Entrepreneurship and Small                    subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
 AREA IN ONE OF: ACCOUNTING, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND          Business program is designed to provide                 OAC, College Preparation (C),
 SMALL BUSINESS, HUMAN RESOURCES, MARKETING,               students with the skills to start (or grow) and         University/College Preparation (M),
 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT OR UOIT TRANSFER.
                                                           manage a small business including                       University Preparation (U) or Post-
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                        developing the personal skills needed for               secondary (college or university)
ACCOUNTING 1 (ACCT 1200)
BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I (COMP 1209)
                                                           success as an entrepreneur.                             » Grade 12 English
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (MATH 1202)                           Upon successful completion of the program,              » Grade 12 mathematics
COLLEGE COMMUNICATION SKILLS (COMM 1202)                   students will be able to produce a business
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT I (HRM 1200)
MARKETING I (MKTG 1200)                                    plan that includes concept identification and
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT I (OPER 1200)                        development, planning, start-up,                    September or January start
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                        maintenance, management and expansion of            » Students may enter Year 1 of the Business
BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS II (COMP 2209)              a small business enterprise.                          – Entrepreneurship and Small Business
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (MATH 1202)                           In addition, students who obtain a minimum            program in September or January.
BUSINESS SIMULATION (MGMT 1210)
COLLEGE COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS (COMM 1202)                  65 per cent overall grade in nine of the            » Students who begin classes in January will
ECONOMICS I (ECON 1200)                                    courses outlined by the Canadian Institute of         complete semesters 1 and 2 from January
MARKETING II (MKTG 2200)                                   Entrepreneurship (CIE), upon graduation will          to August and start Year 2, Semester 3
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT II (OPER 2200)
SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (MGMT 1200)
                                                           qualify for membership with the organization          immediately in September.
                                                           and be entitled to use the designation of
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
CANADIAN GOVERNMENT (GOVT 1302)
                                                           certified entrepreneur (CE). CIE offers valued
COMMUNICATIONS FOR ENTREPRENEURS (COMM 1203)               member services including business
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS III (COMP 2339)                      development consulting, references,
COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING (ACCT 2201)                        referrals, financial planning and budgeting.
MARKETING LAW & ETHICS (LAW 2208)
PAYROLL ADMINISTRATION (ONLINE) (ACCT 2283)                After completing one year of business study,
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                        students may choose to graduate with a
ADVERTISING & SALES PROMOTION (SALE 3201)                  certificate in Business Fundamentals.
EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION/LABOUR RELATIONS (ES 1201)
ENTREPRENEURSHIP (ENTR 2200)                               Mobile Learning program (Year 2)
FIELD PLACEMENT (FWKG 6206)                                To ensure that students are provided with an
RETAIL MANAGEMENT (MGMT 5203)                              innovative learning environment and the
TAXATION I (ACCT 3204)
                                                           advanced technology skills required in the
                                                           workplace, this program requires the use of a
For course descriptions visit the individual program
                                                           laptop computer. Students receive a laptop from
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                           the Durham College Mobile Computing
                                                           Department and have immediate access to
                                                           ongoing support and services through the IT
Opportunities for                                          Support Centre. Laptop users have access to
                                                           wired and wireless connectivity on campus, the
degree completion or                                       use of course and domain-specific software,
                                                           printing services and a state-of-the art learning
additional credentials                                     infrastructure to facilitate communication and
Durham College program –                                   collaboration. Students in this mobile learning
                                                           program are also provided with online
  » Human Resources Management
                                                           resources and in-person training programs to
    (graduate certificate)
                                                           ensure the greatest educational benefit from the
Qualified graduates of this program may be                 laptop’s rich suite of software. Please note that
eligible to apply their academic credits                   laptops other than those provided by Durham
towards further study through partnerships                 College will not be supported in this program.
with many Canadian and international                       The opportunity to apply for the ownership of
colleges and universities.                                 the laptop is available to qualifying students
See page 30 or visit                                       who are completing their graduating term.
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                        For further information, please consult
                                                                                                                   YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
                                                           www.durhamcollege.ca/mobile. Approximate
                                                           mobile learning fees are listed at the bottom of        TUITION FEES: (DOMESTIC)                $     2,220
                                                           this program page.                                      TUITION FEES: (INTERNATIONAL)           $    12,008
                                                                                                                   STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES :               $       914


                                                                                                                   FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Business (two-year) / Business Administration (three-year) – Human Resources
(MTCU Approved Program Titles: Business – Human Resources / Business Administration – Human Resources)



Two-year and three-year Ontario                            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca                Daytime or Continuing Education
College Diploma/Advanced Diploma                           ontariocolleges.ca application code: BUS              Oshawa campus
School of Business, IT & Management                        September 2010 and January 2011                       www.bitm.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                           Program description                                   Entrance requirements
SEMESTER 1                                                 Human resources professionals play a strategic        •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
 COMMON FOR ALL BUSINESS, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND
 BUSINESS FUNDAMENTALS PROGRAMS.
                                                           role in the selection, training, development, and         Student Status (MSS)
                                                           management of people within an organization.          •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
SEMESTER 2                                                 This role is one of the most important
 STUDENTS TAKE FIVE CORE SUBJECTS AND SELECT A SPECIALTY                                                             subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
 AREA IN ONE OF: ACCOUNTING, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND          organizational functions as human resource
                                                                                                                     OAC, College Preparation (C),
 SMALL BUSINESS, HUMAN RESOURCES, MARKETING,               professionals serve as consultants to all levels of
 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT OR UOIT TRANSFER.                   an organization. The program develops skills,
                                                                                                                     University/College Preparation (M),
                                                           knowledge and ability in strategic planning,              University Preparation (U) or Post-
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1
ACCOUNTING 1 (ACCT 1200)                                   performance appraisals, health and safety,                secondary (college or university)
BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I (COMP 1209)               training and development, recruitment and                 » Grade 12 English
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (MATH 1202)
COLLEGE COMMUNICATION SKILLS (COMM 1202)                   placement, compensation management, HR                    » Grade 12 mathematics
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT I (HRM 1200)                     planning and research, organizational change
MARKETING I (MKTG 1200)                                    and consulting, and labour relations.                 September or January start
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT I (OPER 1200)
                                                           Third-year students complete a field placement
                                                                                                                 » Students may enter Year 1 of the Business
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                        of two days/week over seven months (360                 or Business Administration program in
ACCOUNTING II (ACCT 2200)
                                                           hours) in an HR department. The HRM program             September or January.
BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS II (COMP 2209)
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (MATH 1202)                           has an extensive list of field placement              » Students who begin classes in January will
BUSINESS SIMULATION (MGMT 1210)                            opportunities from which the student may select         complete semesters 1 and 2 from January
COLLEGE COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS (COMM 1202)                  to align with their career goals and professional       to August and start Year 2, Semester 3
ECONOMICS I (ECON 1200)
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT II (HRM 2200)
                                                           interests. The placements consist of                    immediately in September.
MARKETING II (MKTG 2200)                                   comprehensive project-based assignments to
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT II (OPER 2200)                       gain experience to help launch their careers.
SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (MGMT 1200)
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
                                                           Durham College is closely aligned with the            Employment opportunities
                                                           Human Resources Professionals Association of
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS I (COMM 3200)                                                                            •   Human resources generalist;
                                                           Ontario (HRPAO) and three-year graduates are
ECONOMICS II (ECON 2200)
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC 1000)                     eligible for the academic component of the            •   Health and safety officer/analyst;
MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING (ACCT 3202)                          Certified Human Resources Professionals               •   Recruitment coordinator;
RECRUITMENT & SELECTION (HRM 2204)                         (CHRP) (www.hrpao.org) designation.
STATISTICS I (MATH 2201)                                                                                         •   Compensation and benefits analyst;
                                                           After completing one year of business study,
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                                                                              •   Human resource planner;
                                                           students may choose to graduate with a
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS II (COMM 4200)                                                                           •   Labour relations consultant;
BUSINESS LAW (LAW 1213)                                    certificate in Business Fundamentals.
COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT (HRM 3200)                                                                               •   Training and development coordinator; and
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR HR PROFESSIONALS (COMP 2205)
                                                           Mobile Learning program (Year 2 and 3)
                                                           To ensure that students are provided with an          •   Employee relations advisor.
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR FOR HR PROFESSIONALS (HRM 2203)
STATISTICS II (MATH 3200)                                  innovative learning environment and the
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5                                        advanced technology skills required in the
FIELD PLACEMENT SEMINAR – HR (FWKH 6200)                   workplace, this program requires the use of a
FIELDWORK (FWKH 6201)                                      laptop computer. Students receive a laptop from
INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY & RESEARCH (PSYC 3200)               the Durham College Mobile Computing
LABOUR ECONOMICS (ECON 3201)
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY (HLTH 3200)                   Department and have immediate access to
ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE & DEVELOPMENT (HRM 3205)             ongoing support and services through the IT
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6                                        Support Centre. Laptop users have access to
ADVANCED COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR HR (COMP 3209)          wired and wireless connectivity on campus, the
EMPLOYEE & LABOUR RELATIONS (HRM 2201)                     use of course and domain-specific software,
FIELD PLACEMENT (FWKH 6201)                                printing services and a state-of-the art learning
FIELD PLACEMENT SEMINAR – HR (FWKH 6200)
HUMAN RESOURCES PLANNING (HRM 3204)                        infrastructure to facilitate communication and
TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT (HRM 3203)                          collaboration. Students in this mobile learning
                                                           program are also provided with online resources
For course descriptions visit the individual program       and in-person training programs to ensure the
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                           greatest educational benefit from the laptop’s
                                                           rich suite of software. Please note that laptops
Opportunities for                                          other than those provided by Durham College
                                                           will not be supported in this program. The
degree completion or                                       opportunity to apply for the ownership of the
                                                           laptop is available to qualifying students who
additional credentials                                     are completing their graduating term.
                                                                                                                     YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
Durham College program –                                   For further information, please consult
  » Human Resources Management                             www.durhamcollege.ca/mobile. Approximate                  TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
    (graduate certificate)                                 mobile learning fees are listed at the bottom of          TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $   12,008
                                                           this program page.                                        STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
Qualified graduates of this program may be
eligible to apply their academic credits
towards further study through partnerships                                                                           FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14
with many Canadian and international
colleges and universities.
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.

Apply today! See page 9 for details.                                                                                                    www.durhamcollege.ca 57
Business (two-year) / Business Administration (three-year) – Marketing
(MTCU Approved Program Titles: Business – Marketing / Business Administration – Marketing)



Two-year and three-year Ontario                            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca               Daytime or Continuing Education
College Diploma/Advanced Diploma                           ontariocolleges.ca application code: BUS             Oshawa campus
School of Business, IT & Management                        September 2010 and January 2011                      www.bitm.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                           Program description                                  Entrance requirements
SEMESTER 1                                                 Marketers are the link between an organization       •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
 COMMON FOR ALL BUSINESS, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND      and its customer base and require creative,
 BUSINESS FUNDAMENTALS PROGRAMS.
                                                                                                                    Student Status (MSS)
                                                           practical decision-making skills and clear
SEMESTER 2                                                                                                      •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
                                                           persuasive communication skills. This program
 STUDENTS TAKE FIVE CORE SUBJECTS AND SELECT A SPECIALTY                                                            subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
                                                           develops business skills suitable for a variety of
 AREA IN ONE OF: ACCOUNTING, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND                                                                   OAC, College Preparation (C),
 SMALL BUSINESS, HUMAN RESOURCES, MARKETING,               job opportunities including not-for-profit
                                                           organizations and government. The program                University/College Preparation (M),
 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT OR UOIT TRANSFER.
                                                           provides a balance between marketing-specific            University Preparation (U) or Post-
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1
ACCOUNTING 1 (ACCT 1200)                                   subjects and those general business subjects             secondary (college or university)
BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I (COMP 1209)               required for success. Marketing-related studies          » Grade 12 English
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (MATH 1202)                           include: marketing to the consumer and
COLLEGE COMMUNICATION SKILLS (COMM 1202)                                                                            » Grade 12 mathematics
                                                           business marketplace environment; marketing
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT I (HRM 1200)                                                                          September or January start
MARKETING I (MKTG 1200)
                                                           planning; and decision-making.
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT I (OPER 1200)                        Students develop a strong understanding of           •   Students may enter Year 1 of the Business
                                                           current business and marketing theories and              or Business Administration program in
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2
ACCOUNTING II (ACCT 2200)                                  practices. This foundation is enriched with a            September or January.
BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS II (COMP 2209)              variety of "real-business" experiences in the        •   Students who begin classes in January will
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (MATH 1202)                           classroom and in partnership with local
BUSINESS SIMULATION (MGMT 1210)
                                                                                                                    complete semesters 1 and 2 from January
                                                           businesses. Hands-on experience is provided              to August and start Year 2, Semester 3
COLLEGE COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS (COMM 1202)
ECONOMICS I (ECON 1200)                                    through the execution of marketing research              immediately in September.
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT II (HRM 2200)                   projects, discussion of current marketing cases,
MARKETING II (MKTG 2200)                                   and partnerships with local businesses to
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT II (OPER 2200)                       develop marketing recommendations to achieve         Mobile Learning program (Year 2 and 3 only)
SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (MGMT 1200)
                                                           their business objectives.                           To ensure that students are provided with an
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                        Students choosing this program will participate      innovative learning environment and the
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS I (COMM 3200)
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN MARKETING (COMP 2207)
                                                           in a four-week workplace placement component         advanced technology skills required in the
ECONOMICS II (ECON 2200)                                   in Semester 6, completed in a marketing related      workplace, this program requires the use of a
INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATION I (COMM 3203)           organization, which will provide students with       laptop computer. Students receive a laptop
MARKETING LAW & ETHICS (LAW 2208)                          practical, hands-on experience and the
MARKETING RESEARCH TECHNIQUES (MKTG 3204)
                                                                                                                from the Durham College Mobile Computing
                                                           opportunity to apply the theories and concepts       Department and have immediate access to
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                        learned. Marketing students are also encouraged
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS II (COMM 4200)
                                                                                                                ongoing support and services through the IT
                                                           to become involved in the annual Ontario
CHANNEL MANAGEMENT (MGMT 3203)                                                                                  Support Centre. Laptop users have access to
                                                           Colleges Marketing Competition.
INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATION II (COMM 4203)                                                               wired and wireless connectivity on campus,
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (MKTG 2202)                         Employment opportunities for marketing
                                                                                                                the use of course and domain-specific
PRINCIPLES OF SALES (SALE 3200)                            graduates exist in both small and large
STATISTICS I (MATH 2201)                                                                                        software, printing services and a state-of-the
                                                           businesses across many industries, from
                                                           financial services to electronics to food and        art learning infrastructure to facilitate
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5
ADVANCED COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR MARKETING               beverage operations as well as in the not-for-       communication and collaboration. Students
  (COMP 3201)                                              profit and government sectors.                       in this mobile learning program are also
ADVANCED MARKETING RESEARCH I (MKTG 4204)                                                                       provided with online resources and in-person
ADVANCED SALES TECHNIQUES (SALE 4200)                      After completing one year of business study,
FIELD PLACEMENT SEMINAR (FWKM 6001)                        students may choose to graduate with a               training programs to ensure the greatest
MARKETING CASE ANALYSIS (MKTG 4208)                        certificate in Business Fundamentals.                educational benefit from the laptop’s rich
MARKETING PRESENTATION SKILLS (MKTG 4209)                                                                       suite of software. Please note that laptops
ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES (ORGS 5201)                                                                              other than those provided by Durham
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6
DIGITAL MARKETING (MKTG 4207)
                                                           Opportunities for                                    College will not be supported in this
                                                                                                                program. The opportunity to apply for the
FIELD PLACEMENT (FWKM 6000)
INTERNATIONAL MARKETING (MKTG 4203)
                                                           degree completion or                                 ownership of the laptop is available to
MARKETING ADMINISTRATION (MKTG 4202)
RETAIL MANAGEMENT (MGMT 5203)
                                                           additional credentials                               qualifying students who are completing their
                                                                                                                graduating term. For further information,
SALES MANAGEMENT (SALE 5200)                               Durham College programs –                            please consult www.durhamcollege.ca/mobile.
                                                             » Human Resources Management                       Approximate mobile learning fees are listed
For course descriptions visit the individual program           (graduate certificate)
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.                                                              at the bottom of this program page.
                                                             » Sport Business Management
                                                               (graduate certificate)
                                                           Qualified graduates of this program may be
Employment opportunities                                   eligible to apply their academic credits
                                                                                                                    YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                           towards further study through partnerships               TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                $     2,220
•   Business-to-business sales representative;
                                                           with many Canadian and international                     TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):           $    12,008
•   Marketing coordinator;
                                                           colleges and universities.                               STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:                $       914
•   Promotions coordinator;
•   Event coordinator;                                     See page 30 or visit
                                                                                                                    FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14
•   Advertising sales representative;                      www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.
•   Research analyst; and
•   Sales and marketing manager.


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Business – Operations (two-year) / Business Administration (three-year)
– Operations Management
(MTCU Approved Program Titles: Business – Operations / Business Administration – Operations Management)


Two-year and three-year Ontario                            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca                 Daytime or Continuing Education
College Diploma / Advanced Diploma                         ontariocolleges.ca application code: BUS               Oshawa campus
School of Business, IT & Management                        September 2010 and January 2011                        www.bitm.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                           Program description                                    Entrance requirements
SEMESTER 1                                                 Operations Management is the core functional           •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
 COMMON FOR ALL BUSINESS, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND
                                                           area of any business – service or manufacturing,           Student Status (MSS)
 BUSINESS FUNDAMENTALS PROGRAMS.
                                                           profit or non-profit, public or private. Operations    •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
SEMESTER 2                                                 Managers obtain, develop, and manage the
 STUDENTS TAKE FIVE CORE SUBJECTS AND SELECT A SPECIALTY                                                              subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
 AREA IN ONE OF: ACCOUNTING, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND          resources that a firm needs to deliver the goods
                                                                                                                      OAC, College Preparation (C),
 SMALL BUSINESS, HUMAN RESOURCES, MARKETING,               and services their clients want. They will
                                                                                                                      University/College Preparation (M),
 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT OR UOIT TRANSFER.                   contribute to key decisions in activities such as
                                                                                                                      University Preparation (U) or Post-
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                        Purchasing, Supply Chain Management,
ACCOUNTING 1 (ACCT 1200)                                   Inventory Control, Quality Control, Scheduling
                                                                                                                      secondary (college or university)
BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I (COMP 1209)               and Production Control, Facilities Management,             » Grade 12 English
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (MATH 1202)
                                                           Transportation and Logistics. Operations                   » Grade 12 mathematics
COLLEGE COMMUNICATION SKILLS (COMM 1202)
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT I (HRM 1200)                     Managers are involved in the implementation
                                                           and support of all the activities necessary to bring
                                                                                                                  September or January start
MARKETING I (MKTG 1200)
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT I (OPER 1200)                        a product or service from the design stage to the      •   Students may enter Year 1 of the
                                                           final customer. A strong focus on continuous               Business or Business Administration
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2
ACCOUNTING II (ACCT 2200)                                  improvement of operational productivity and                program in September or January.
BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS II (COMP 2209)              effectiveness to ensure that a firm aligns its         •   Students who begin classes in January will
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (MATH 1202)
BUSINESS SIMULATION (MGMT 1210)
                                                           operations with the ‘voice of the customer.                complete semesters 1 and 2 from January
COLLEGE COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS (COMM 1202)                  Each year, a limited number of internship                  to August and progress to Year 2, Semester
ECONOMICS I (ECON 1200)                                    opportunities may be available. Internships are            3 in September.
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT II (HRM 2200)
                                                           paid employment opportunities ranging from
MARKETING II (MKTG 2200)
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT II (OPER 2200)                       four to sixteen months in duration. Upon
SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (MGMT 1200)                      completion of the internship, the student returns
                                                           to complete the program and is able to apply
                                                                                                                  Employment opportunities
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS I (COMM 3200)                      real-world experience.                                 Graduates have secured positions with a wide
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN OPERATIONS (COMP 2206)            Graduates are well-positioned to pursue a variety      range of employers:
ECONOMICS II (ECON 2200)                                                                                          • Hospitals;
INVENTORY I (INV 2200)
                                                           of professional accreditations. APICS – The
PURCHASING I (PURC 2200)                                   Association for Operations Management                  • Aerospace manufacturers;
STATISTICS I (MATH 2201)                                   (www.apics.org), The Purchasing Management
                                                                                                                  • Regional governments;
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                        Association of Canada (www.pmac.ca), and the
                                                           American Society for Quality (www.asq.org).            • Electronic contract manufacturers;
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS II (COMM 4200)
INVENTORY II (INV 3202)                                    Students are encouraged to become involved in          • Head offices of large retail chains;
LEAN SYSTEMS (PROD 4202)                                   the Durham College Student APICS group.                • Consumer packaged goods manufacturers;
PRODUCTION SYSTEMS (PROD 1201)
PURCHASING II (PURC 3200)                                  After completing one year of business study,               and
STATISTICS II (MATH 3200)                                  students may choose to graduate with a                 • Pharmaceutical manufacturers.
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5                                        certificate in Business Fundamentals.
BUSINESS LAW (LAW 1213)                                                                                           Typical job titles of recent graduates include:
COST MANAGEMENT (ACCT 2206)                                Mobile Learning program (Year 2 and 3 only)
                                                                                                                  • Expediter or production supervisor;
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT (MGMT 2207)                          To ensure that students are provided with an
FIELD PLACEMENT SEMINAR (FWKP 6204)                        innovative learning environment and the                • Materials control assistant;
MASTER PLANNING (MAPL 2200)                                advanced technology skills required in the             • Buyer or purchasing assistant;
QUALITY ASSURANCE I (QA 4201)
QUANTITATIVE METHODS I (QM 4200)                           workplace, this program requires the use of a          • Cost or quality analyst;
                                                           laptop computer. Students receive a laptop from
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6                                                                                               • Warehouse supervisor;
BUSINESS DECISIONS (BUS 2200)
                                                           the Durham College Mobile Computing
                                                           Department and have immediate access to                • Inventory and production planner; and
EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION/LABOUR RELATIONS (ES 1201)
ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP 3200)                    ongoing support and services through the IT            • Production scheduler.
FIELD PLACEMENT (FWKP 6205)                                Support Centre. Laptop users have access to
INTEGRATED SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (SCM 2200)
                                                           wired and wireless connectivity on campus, the
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT BUSINESS SIMULATION (OPER 3200)
QUALITY ASSURANCE II (QA 4202)                             use of course and domain-specific software,
                                                           printing services and a state-of-the art learning
For course descriptions visit the individual program       infrastructure to facilitate communication and
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.         collaboration. Students in this mobile learning
                                                           program are also provided with online resources
                                                           and in-person training programs to ensure the
Opportunities for degree completion                        greatest educational benefit from the laptop’s rich
or additional credentials                                  suite of software. Please note that laptops other          YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

Durham College program –                                   than those provided by Durham College will not             TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
                                                           be supported in this program. The opportunity to           TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $   12,008
   » Human Resources Management
     (graduate certificate)                                apply for the ownership of the laptop is available         STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
                                                           to qualifying students who are completing their
Qualified graduates of this program may be
                                                           graduating term. For further information, please
eligible to apply their academic credits towards                                                                      FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14
further study through partnerships with Canadian           consult www.durhamcollege.ca/mobile.
and international colleges and universities.               Approximate mobile learning fees are listed at
                                                           the bottom of this program page.
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.

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Business (two-year) – General – Transfer Program to UOIT Bachelor of Commerce (Hons)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Business (two-year) – General – Transfer Program to UOIT Bachelor of Commerce (Hons))



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                       Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Daytime or Continuing Education
School of Business, IT & Management                    ontariocolleges.ca application code: BUS         Oshawa campus
                                                       September 2010 and January 2011                  www.bitm.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                       Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    The Business two-year – General – University     •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
ACCOUNTING I (ACCT 1200)                               Transfer program has been created by                 Student Status (MSS)
BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I (COMP 1209)           Durham College and the University of
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (MATH 1202)
                                                                                                        •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
COLLEGE COMMUNICATION SKILLS (COMM1202)
                                                       Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) for           subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT I (HRM1200)                  students who plan to proceed to the Bachelor         OAC, College Preparation (C),
MARKETING I (MKTG 1200)                                of Commerce degree program at UOIT. The              University/College Preparation (M),
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT I (OPER 1200)                    bridging courses required for admission to           University Preparation (U) or Post-
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    UOIT’s Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) degree            secondary (college or university)
BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS II (COMP 2209)          program are embedded in the curriculum of
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (MATH 1202)                                                                            » Grade 12 English
COLLEGE COMMUNICATION SKILLS (COMM1202)                this two year diploma program. Students
ECONOMICS I (ECON 1200)                                who achieve a minimum cumulative average             » Grade 12 mathematics
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING (BUSI 1101U)                      of 75 per cent (or corresponding letter grade)
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT II (HRM2200)
MARKETING II (MKTG 2200)
                                                       in their Durham College courses and a B          September or January start
                                                       average (3.0 GPA/73 per cent) in their UOIT          » Students may enter Year 1 of the
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS I (COMM3200)
                                                       courses may apply directly to the third year           Business or Business Administration
ECONOMICS II (ECON 2200)                               of the B. Comm program. Academic planning              program in September or January.
FINANCE I (BUSI 2401U)                                 assistance is offered by a student liaison
MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING (BUSI 2170U)                                                                          » Students who begin classes in January
                                                       representative.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT (PROJ 1202)                                                                                will complete semesters 1 and 2 from
STATISTICS I (MATH 2201)                               After completing one year of business study,           January to August and start Year 2,
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    students may choose to graduate with a                 Semester 3 immediately in September.
ADVERTISING & SALES PROMOTION (SALE 3201)              certificate in Business Fundamentals.
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS II (COMM4200)
                                                       Mobile Learning program (Durham College
BUSINESS LAW(LAW1213)
FINANCE II (BUSI 2402U)                                Semesters 2 to 4 and UOIT – Year 3 and 4)        Employment opportunities
STATISTICS II (MATH 3200)
UNIVERSITY LIBERAL STUDIES ELECTIVE (TBA)              To ensure that students are provided with an     •   Customer service representatives;
                                                       innovative learning environment and the          •   Entrepreneur;
YEAR 3 AND 4
PROGRAM OF STUDY WITH UOIT                             advanced technology skills required in the       •   Banks;
                                                       workplace, this program requires the use of a
                                                                                                        •   Government;
For course descriptions visit the individual program   laptop computer. Students receive a laptop
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     from the Durham College Mobile Computing         •   Retailers; and
                                                       Department and have immediate access to          •   Small business operator.
                                                       ongoing support and services through the IT
                                                       Support Centre. Laptop users have access to
Opportunities for                                      wired and wireless connectivity on campus,
degree completion or                                   the use of course and domain-specific
                                                       software, printing services and a state-of-the
additional credentials                                 art learning infrastructure to facilitate
Durham College program –                               communication and collaboration. Students
» Human Resources Management                           in this mobile learning program are also
  (graduate certificate)                               provided with online resources and in-person
                                                       training programs to ensure the greatest
Qualified graduates of this program may be             educational benefit from the laptop’s rich
eligible to apply their academic credits               suite of software. Please note that laptops
towards further study through partnerships             other than those provided by Durham
with many Canadian and international                   College will not be supported in this
colleges and universities.                             program. The opportunity to apply for the
See page 30 or visit                                   ownership of the laptop is available to
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                    qualifying students who are completing their
                                                       graduating term. For further information,
                                                       please consult www.durhamcollege.ca/mobile.
                                                       Approximate mobile learning fees are listed
                                                       at the bottom of this program page.
                                                                                                            YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                            TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                $     2,220
                                                                                                            TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):           $    12,008
                                                                                                            STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:                $       914
                                                                                                            MOBILE LEARNING FEE:


                                                                                                            FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Chemical Engineering Technology
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Chemical Engineering Technology)



Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca            Oshawa campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,            ontariocolleges.ca application code: CHEM         www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                            September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                               Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    The Chemical Engineering Technology               • OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature Student
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES (TECH 1131)                      program provides students with a solid              Status (MSS)
CHEMISTRY I (CHEM 1131)                                background in analytical chemistry, organic       • Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher) subject
COMMUNICATIONS FOR SUCCESS (COMM 2103)
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (COMP 1101)
                                                       chemistry, nuclear physics and instrumental         credits: General (G), Advanced (A), OAC,
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY I (MATH 1131)               analysis including chromatography and               College Preparation (C), University/College
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY I LAB (MATH 1133)           spectroscopy. Various aspects of                    Preparation (M), University Preparation (U) or
PHYSICAL SCIENCE – TECHNOLOGY (PHYS 1131)              environmental compliance are also covered           Post-secondary (college or university)
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 2                                    as many Chemical engineering technologists
APPLIED AUTOCAD (ACAD 1101)
                                                                                                           » Grade 12 English
                                                       work closely with environmental issues.             » Grade 12 mathematics* (college technology
APPLIED MECHANICS (MECH 2103)
CHEMISTRY II (CHEM 2131)                               The focus of this program is chemical                 MCT4C or MTT4G)
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY II (MATH 2131)              conversion processes used in industry today,
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I (ORGN 1131)                                                                          *Alternate mathematics entrance opportunity
TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 2136)
                                                       along with the associated chemical                Any person applying to this program with an
                                                       principles. From the manufacturing of high-       alternate mathematic credit, completed or in
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY I (CHEM 3131)
                                                       tech polymers, to water treatment                 progress, as listed below, will be considered for
ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTATION (INST 2134)                 operations, to the use of catalysts, to nuclear   admission.
CALCULUS (MATH 3132)                                   power generation, chemical technologists          • Grade 11 mathematics University/College
FLUID MECHANICS (FLUD 4131)                            are everywhere. Highly qualified
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II (ORGN 2131)                                                                           Preparation (3M), University Preparation (3U)
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (ORGB 1101)                   technologists are in high demand.
                                                                                                         • Grade 12 mathematics College and
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY (PHYC 3100)                         Training and experience in the handling,            Apprenticeship (MAP4C)
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    analyzing, monitoring, properties and             Compressed fast track opportunity,
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY II (CHEM 4131)                    processing of a wide variety of chemicals are
ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTATION LAB (INST 2135)
                                                                                                         for details see page 62.
ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS (REGS 1131)
                                                       at the heart of the program. First-hand
INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY (INDC 4100)                       laboratory experience is emphasized. The
LAW & ETHICS (GNED 1402)
THERMODYNAMICS (THER 1101)
                                                       fully equipped chemical instrumentation           Opportunities for
                                                       laboratory and its high-end instrumentation
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5                                    can handle most analysis needs. Computer          degree completion or
CHROMATOGRAPHY I (INST 5132)
FIELD PLACEMENT (PLAC 1100)
                                                       simulation of chemical processes combined
                                                       with hands-on procedures allow for the
                                                                                                         additional credentials
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICAL PROCESSES (INDC 6100)                                                                Qualified graduates of this program may be
INDUSTRIAL WASTE (WAST 3131)                           control and understanding of chemical
SPECTROSCOPY I (INST 5131)
                                                                                                         eligible to apply their academic credits towards
                                                       reactions and conversions. The safe handling      further study through partnerships with many
STATISTICAL METHODS IN QUALITY CONTROL (STAT 3136)
                                                       and use of chemicals is emphasized                Canadian and international colleges and
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6                                    throughout the program.                           universities.
CHROMATOGRAPHY II (INST 6132)
FIELD PLACEMENT (PLAC 1100)                            A work placement program in third year            See page 30 or visit
MATERIALS (MATL 1000)                                  allows you to work one day per week for a         www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.
NUCLEAR PHYSICS (NUCL 5100)                            company while completing your studies at
QUALITY ASSURANCE & CONTROL (QUAL 1133)                                                                  New Articulations
SPECTROSCOPY II (INST 6131)                            Durham College.                                   Graduates from this program may apply to the
                                                       High school students interested in a career       Cape Breton University Bachelor of Engineering
For course descriptions visit the individual program   as a Chemical Engineering Technologist are        degree program in either Environmental Studies
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     encouraged to view the following link to see      or Petroleum, for degree completion. Students
                                                                                                         must complete 36 credits of courses work. This
                                                       educational pathways to qualify for
                                                                                                         normally requires a minimum of one academic
                                                       admission into Durham College's Chemical          year of full time study to complete.
Employment opportunities                               Engineering Technologist program
                                                       www.durhamcollege.ca/static/pathways/
                                                                                                         Graduates from this program may apply to the
                                                                                                         Cape Breton University Bachelor of Technology
•   Nuclear power industry;                            chem_eng.pdf.                                     degree program in Emergency Management, for
•   In the laboratory – quality                                                                          degree completion. Students must complete 42
    control/assurance labs, analytical labs;                                                             credits of course work. This normally requires a
                                                                                                         minimum of one academic year of full time
•   In the chemical processing area – process
                                                                                                         study to complete.
    control, quality control inspection;
                                                                                                         For further information on either of these
•   In research and development;                                                                         opportunities please visit www.cbu.ca.
•   Laboratory management; and
•   Product sales and technical support.                                                                  YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                          TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                   $ 2,220
                                                                                                          TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):              $ 12,008
                                                                                                          STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:                   $    914
                                                                                                          LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:          $    100


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Chemical Engineering Technology (compressed fast track)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Chemical Engineering Technology)



Ontario College Advanced Diploma                       Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca            Oshawa campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,            ontariocolleges.ca application code: CHMF         www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                            September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                               Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    Both domestic and internationally educated        •   Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree from an
CHROMATOGRAPHY I (INST 5132)                           students with a Bachelor of Science (BSc)             accredited university – including one
FIELD PLACEMENT (FOR GEN. B.SC) (PLAC 1100)            may be eligible for a compressed, fast track          calculus and two chemistry courses.
FLUID MECHANICS (FLUD 4131)
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICAL PROCESSES (INDC 6100)
                                                       opportunity to complete diploma                       » Applicants must submit an official
INDUSTRIAL WASTE (WAST 3131)                           requirements in 2 semesters. The fast track             transcript demonstrating proof of
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY (PHYC 3100)                         option is designed to complement the post-              successful completion of a post-
PHYSICAL SCIENCE (PHYS 1131)                           secondary education already achieved and
SPECTROSCOPY I (INST 5131)                                                                                     secondary degree program
                                                       provide students with skills specific to the      •   International students are also required to
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    field of Chemical Engineering Technology.
APPLIED AUTOCAD (AGAD1100)                                                                                   submit a course by course evaluation to
CHROMATOGRAPHY II (INST 6132)                          The Chemical Engineering Technology                   demonstrate the required pre-admission
ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS (REGS 1131)                  program provides students with a solid
FIELD PLACEMENT (FOR GEN. B.SC) (PLAC 1100)
                                                                                                             courses indicated.
MATERIALS (MATL 1000)
                                                       practical background in various areas such        •   Attend an interview where you may be
NUCLEAR PHYSICS (NUCL 5100)                            as nuclear physics and instrumental analysis          asked to submit a transcript and resumé
SPECTROSCOPY II (INST 6131)                            including chromatography and spectroscopy.            for review
THERMODYNAMICS (THER 1101)                             Various aspects of environmental compliance
                                                       are also covered as many Chemical                 •   English skills assessment may be required
For course descriptions visit the individual program
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                       engineering technologists work closely with
                                                       environmental issues.
                                                       The focus of this program is chemical
                                                                                                         Employment opportunities
                                                       conversion processes used in industry today,      •   Nuclear power industry;
Opportunities for                                      along with the associated chemical                •   Quality control/assurance labs;
degree completion or                                   principles. From the manufacturing of high-
                                                       tech polymers, to water treatment
                                                                                                         •   Analytical labs;
                                                                                                         •   Chemical processing area – process
additional credentials                                 operations, to the use of catalysts, to nuclear       control, quality control inspection;
Qualified graduates of this program may be             power generation, Chemical technologists
                                                                                                         •   Research and development;
eligible to apply their academic credits               are everywhere! Highly qualified
                                                       technologists are in constant demand.             •   Laboratory management; and
towards further study through partnerships
                                                       Training and experience in the handling,          •   Product sales and technical support.
with many Canadian and international
colleges and universities.                             analyzing, monitoring, properties and
See page 30 or visit                                   processing of a wide variety of chemicals are
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                    at the heart of the program. First-hand
                                                       laboratory experience is emphasized. The
                                                       fully equipped analytical instrumentation
                                                       laboratory and its high-end instrumentation
                                                       can handle most analysis needs. Computer
                                                       simulation of chemical processes combined
                                                       with hands-on procedures allow for the
                                                       control and understanding of chemical
                                                       reactions and conversions. The safe handling
                                                       and use of chemicals is emphasized
                                                       throughout the program.
                                                       In order to gain valuable practical
                                                       knowledge, a supervised workplace
                                                       placement is a component of the fast track
                                                       program. Applicants with an Honours BSc
                                                       may apply for credit for this component
                                                       against their supervised research project.




                                                                                                             YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                             TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     3,089
                                                                                                             TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    12,877
                                                                                                             STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       882
                                                                                                             LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $       150


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Child and Youth Worker
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Child and Youth Worker)


Three-year (six consecutive semesters                  Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Program previously oversubscribed
compressed delivery) Ontario College
Advanced Diploma                                       ontariocolleges.ca application code: CYWK        Oshawa campus
School of Health & Community Services                  September 2010                                   www.hcs.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                       Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    This advanced diploma program is a three-        •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS FOR CYW (GENS 1500)               year fast-track program delivered over two           Student Status (MSS)
INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 2500)               calendar years. Students will be required to
INTERVIEWING SKILLS I (COUN 1500)
                                                                                                        •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
INTRODUCTION TO CHILD & YOUTH WORKER (CHLD 1500)
                                                       complete a block placement from May to               subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC 1000)                 July in Year 1 and May to August in Year 2.          OAC, College Preparation (C),
ISSUES & ETHICS (COUN 1501)                            This program is designed to prepare                  University/College Preparation (M),
RECORD KEEPING & REPORT WRITING (COMM 2502)
                                                       students to provide frontline treatment              University Preparation (U) or Post-
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    services to emotionally troubled and                 secondary (college or university)
CHILD & ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT (CHLD 2502)
CRISIS INTERVENTION (COUN 2506)                        behaviourally disordered children and youth.         » Grade 12 English (minimum weighted 70
FIELD PLACEMENT PREPARATION & OBSERVATION (FPP 2500)   Students will receive specific education and           per cent)
INTERVIEWING SKILLS II (COUN 2502)                     skill development related to child
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (SOCI 1000)                                                                       » Three additional senior level credits
LIFESKILLS I (COUN 2504)
                                                       management techniques, family support
THERAPEUTIC ACTIVITIES I (CHLD 2500)                   interventions, therapeutic relationships,        Post-admission requirements
                                                       designing treatment programs (for both           Before entering field placement, students are
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
FIELD PLACEMENT I (FWK 3500)                           individuals and groups), and working with        required to provide (at their expense) the
                                                       multidisciplinary teams. The curriculum          following:
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4
CHILD & YOUTH CARE METHODS (CHLD 4502)                 encourages self-reflective practice in which     • Current Standard First Aid and CPR-C
FAMILY & FAMILY SYSTEMS (COUN 3501)                    the student will explore his/her own values,       certificates;
FIELD PLACEMENT & SEMINAR II (FWK 5500)                beliefs, attitudes and assumptions relating to
GROUP WORK (COUN 4503)                                                                                  • Entry immunization form. An applicant
HUMAN SEXUALITY (CHLD 4501)                            human behaviour and relationships. Faculty         whose health record does not meet the
LIFESKILLS II (COUN 2505)                              will work closely to support skill                 requirements of the college may be asked
THERAPEUTIC ACTIVITIES II (CHLD 4500)                  development and growth in communication            to have a second medical examination
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5                                    techniques, and counselling theory and             from a physician affiliated with Durham
ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES (CHLD 5502)                      practice.
CHILD PROTECTION (CHLD 5501)
                                                                                                          College; and
CHILDHOOD DISORDERS (CHLD 5500)                        It is important for candidates to possess        • A current (as defined by the field
CULTURAL ISSUES (COUN 1502)                            emotional maturity and physical well being         placement agency) criminal reference
FIELD PLACEMENT & SEMINAR II (FWK 5500)                to effectively deal with the stresses of
SOCIAL POLICY & ADMINISTRATION (SOCI 1501)                                                                check, including Vulnerable Screening.
                                                       helping troubled children and adolescents          Students who cannot provide a clear
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6                                    find positive solutions.
FIELD PLACEMENT III (FWK 6500)                                                                            criminal reference check may be denied the
                                                       A series of field placements allow students to     opportunity to enter field placement, and
For course descriptions visit the individual program   apply practical skills and competencies. Such      this will impact the student's ability to
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     applied training provides students with the        complete the full program and/or secure
                                                       opportunity to establish and build                 employment.
                                                       therapeutic relationships with children and
                                                       youth within a professional environment.
Opportunities for                                      These relationships are the cornerstone of       Employment opportunities
degree completion or                                   the Child and Youth Worker approach.             •   Residential treatment centres;
                                                       Students are also required to complete
additional credentials                                 certificate training in Understanding and
                                                                                                        •   Children's mental health centres;
                                                                                                        •   Group homes;
Durham College programs –                              Managing Aggressive Behaviour (UMAB)
                                                       which is offered as part of the program in the   •   Educational services (boards of education);
» Addictions and Mental Health
  (graduate certificate)                               second year of study. The student will also      •   Day treatment centres;
» Communicative Disorders Assistant                    require current Standard First Aid and CPR-C     •   Social service agencies;
  (graduate certificate)                               Certificates and a current Criminal Reference    •   Child welfare agencies; and
                                                       Check throughout the six semesters for field
» Youth Corrections and Interventions                                                                   •   Community youth outreach programs.
                                                       placements.
  (graduate certificate)
Qualified graduates of this program may be
eligible to apply their academic credits
towards further study through partnerships
with many Canadian and international
colleges and universities.
See page 30 or visit                                                                                        YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                                                                         TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    3,222
                                                                                                            STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES (DOMESTIC):    $      914
                                                                                                            LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $       80


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Communicative Disorders Assistant (graduate certificate)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Communicative Disorders Assistant)



One-year (three-semester) Ontario                            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Oshawa campus
College Graduate Certificate                                 ontariocolleges.ca application code: CDA         www.hcs.durhamcollege.ca
School of Health & Community Services                        September 2010




Program of study                                             Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                          This program is designed for students who        • Two-year college diploma or university
ADULT NEUROGENIC DISORDERS & REHABILITATION I (NEUR 1509)    have previous education or work experience,        degree, with emphasis in communication
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY OF HEARING & SPEECH MECHANISM           please see the entrance requirements section       disorders, linguistics, human anatomy and
  (ANTY 1509)
ARTICULATION & PHONOLOGY (PHON 1509)
                                                             of this page for further detail.                   physiology, social sciences, or human
CHILD LANGUAGE ACQUISITION & RELATED DISORDERS I             This unique and exciting program prepares          services curricula;
  (CHLD 1509)                                                the graduate to work as a Communicative          • Resumé listing work and volunteer
CLINICAL & PROFESSIONAL ISSUES I (CLIN 1509)
INTRODUCTION TO AUGMENTATIVE & ALTERNATIVE                   Disorders Assistant (CDA) under the                experience;
  COMMUNICATIONS & ASSISTIVE TECHNICIAN (COMM 3509)          supervision of a qualified Speech-language       • Letter of intent; and
INTRODUCTION TO AUDIOLOGY (AUD 1509)                         Pathologist (S-LP) or Audiologist in a variety   • Maximum of three letters of reference.
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                          of workplaces. Emphasis is placed on
CLINICAL ISSUES SEMINAR (2 DAYS ) (CLIN 2511)                preparing the graduate to conduct                Applicants will receive the specifics for the
INTEGRATED PRACTICUM I (PRCT 2509)
                                                             communication programming after the              required additional documentation listed
INTEGRATED PRACTICUM II (PRCT 2510)                                                                           above.
                                                             assessment has been completed and
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
ADULT NEUROGENIC DISORDERS & REHABILITATION II (NEUR 3509)
                                                             treatment plan developed by the S-LP or          Post-admission requirements:
AUDIOLOGY SYSTEMS & AURAL REHABILITATION (AUD 3509)          Audiologist.                                     •   Valid Standard First-Aid certificate;
CHILD LANGUAGE ACQUISITION & RELATED DISORDERS II            Students will gain a firm understanding of       •   Valid Canadian Heart and Stroke
  (CHLD 3509)
CLINICAL & PROFESSIONAL ISSUES II (CLIN 3510)                physiological and functional speech,                 Foundation Basic Rescuer Certificate in
FLUENCY & VOICE (CDA 3509)                                   language and hearing disorders. This                 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) –
POPULATIONS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS (SPEC 1509)                   program offers specialized courses sought            Level C;
                                                             after by employers which allow students to       •   Entry Immunization Form (EIF) as specified
For course descriptions visit the individual program         develop a thorough understanding of the
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.                                                                in the letter of conditional acceptance; and
                                                             particular needs of special populations within
                                                                                                              •   A current Criminal Reference Check,
                                                             the field of communication disorders
                                                                                                                  including Vulnerable Sector Screening.
                                                             including Populations with Special Needs
                                                                                                                  (Please note, applicants who have been
Employment opportunities                                     (SPEC 1509) and Anatomy and Physiology of
                                                             the Hearing and Speech Mechanism (ANTY
                                                                                                                  convicted of an offence under the criminal
Our graduates are in high demand and have                                                                         code, for which they have not been
                                                             1509). The development of programming
found employment serving clients with                                                                             pardoned, may be denied the opportunity to
                                                             skills and communication intervention
communication disorders in organizations                                                                          enter clinical placement. Inability to meet
                                                             techniques appropriate for treating
such as:                                                                                                          placement requirements may interfere with
                                                             communication disorders is fundamental to
• Preschool speech and language programs;
                                                                                                                  the applicant's ability to complete the
                                                             our program. We prepare the graduate for
                                                                                                                  program).
• Children's treatment centres;                              the broad range of opportunities available
• School boards;                                             within the field of communication disorders
• Day-care centres;
                                                             and provide the skills to use the most current
                                                             and effective therapy techniques.
                                                                                                              Opportunities for
• Hospitals;
                                                             Our program faculty are dedicated                degree completion or
• Rehabilitation centres;
• Long-term care facilities;
                                                             professionals with many years of clinical
                                                             experience in communication disorders who
                                                                                                              additional credentials
• Private speech and language clinics;                       foster student learning through the use of       Qualified graduates of this program may be
                                                             classroom-based learning, computer-assisted      eligible to apply their academic credits
• Audiology clinics; and
                                                             learning, practical lab activities, guest        towards further study through partnerships
• Infant hearing screening programs.                                                                          with many Canadian and international
                                                             speakers, specialized workshops and clinical
                                                             observations and experiences “in the field”,     colleges and universities.
                                                             before field placements begin.                   See page 30 or visit
                                                             Through training in our dedicated CDA            www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.
                                                             classroom, clinical resource library and
                                                             hearing lab, students gain the knowledge
                                                             and skills needed to deliver a wide range of
                                                             communication services to clients of all ages.
                                                             The student’s classroom learning experience
                                                             is complimented with two intensive
                                                             competency-based field placements, totaling
                                                                                                                  YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
                                                             500 hours under the supervision of qualified
                                                             clinicians, which will provide the student           TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    3,714
                                                             with the opportunity to gain hands-on                STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
                                                             experience and practice their skills.                LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES :     $       40


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Community Integration through Co-operative Education
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Community Integration through Co-operative Education)



Two-year Ontario College Certificate                   Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca              Program previously oversubscribed
School of Communication,                               ontariocolleges.ca application code: CICE           Oshawa campus
Language & General Studies                             September 2010                                      www.clgs.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                       Program description                                 Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    Community Integration through Cooperative           •   OSSD, OSSC or equivalent or Mature
CICE SEMINAR (CICE 1000)                               Education (CICE) is a four semester modified            Student Status (MSS)
COMPUTER LITERACY – CICE (COMP 1010)                   program designed for individuals with
ELECTIVE 1 (ELEC)
                                                                                                           •   The student must demonstrate academic
ELECTIVE 2 (ELEC)
                                                       intellectual disabilities or significant learning       needs which require program modification
ELECTIVE 3 (ELEC)                                      challenges. Students may access courses in              in order to succeed;
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 2                                    most program areas (based on seat                   •   The student must show a willingness to
CICE SEMINAR (CICE 2000)                               availability). The CICE program provides                participate fully in the program;
ELECTIVE 1 (ELEC)                                      students with an opportunity to experience
ELECTIVE 2 (ELEC)                                      college life and to enhance their academic          •   The student must have a level of
ELECTIVE 3 (ELEC)                                                                                              independence that precludes constant
FIELDWORK PLACEMENT – CICE (FWK 2010)                  skills by taking regular college classes which
                                                       have been modified to fit their academic                support; and
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                                                                        •   The student must be able to provide his or
CICE SEMINAR (CICE 3000)                               abilities.
ELECTIVE 1 (ELEC)                                      The CICE student will receive supports such             her own transportation to and from the
ELECTIVE 2 (ELEC)
                                                       as curriculum modification, note taking,                college and field placement locations.
ELECTIVE 3 (ELEC)
FIELDWORK PLACEMENT – CICE (FWK 3010)                  tutoring and other related supports as
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    needed. Learning Facilitators provide               Application process
CICE SEMINAR (CICE 4000)                               students with support in and out of the             • Complete and submit an ontariocolleges.ca
ELECTIVE 1 (ELEC)                                      classroom.                                            application form by February 1, 2010;
ELECTIVE 2 (ELEC)
ELECTIVE 3 (ELEC)                                      Each semester, a student will take three            • Complete and submit the CICE application
FIELDWORK PLACEMENT – CICE (FWK 4010)                  academic courses with a modified curriculum           package (which is mailed to the applicant
                                                       in a selected area of concentration as well as        after the application is received through
For course descriptions visit the individual program   core programming common to all CICE                   ontariocolleges.ca);
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     students. Field placement experiences
                                                                                                           • Provide two confidential references (mailed
                                                       (unpaid), enabling students to develop
                                                                                                             as part of the application package); and
                                                       vocational abilities, will be an integral part of
                                                                                                           • Attend an interview.
                                                       the CICE program.
                                                                                                           A criminal reference check and/or a health
                                                                                                           assessment record may be required for field
                                                                                                           placement, depending on the student's
                                                                                                           chosen area of concentration.


                                                                                                           Employment opportunities
                                                                                                           Graduates of the CICE program may apply
                                                                                                           for employment or volunteer opportunities
                                                                                                           related to their area of study or field
                                                                                                           placement activities.




                                                                                                               YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                               TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
                                                                                                               STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914


                                                                                                               FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Computer Programmer (two-year)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Computer Programmer)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                       Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca                           Oshawa campus
School of Business, IT & Management                    ontariocolleges.ca application code: CPGM                        www.bitm.durhamcollege.ca
                                                       September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    Organizations in all fields depend on                            •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
BUSINESS SYSTEMS FUNDAMENTALS (BUSF 1200)              computer specialists to assist them with their                       Student Status (MSS)
COMMUNICATIONS I FOR IT (COMM 3201)                    information processing needs. This program
DATA COMMUNICATIONS & NETWORKING I (DCOM 1100)
                                                                                                                        •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
INTRODUCTION TO DATABASES (DBAS 1201)
                                                       gives the students a solid foundation in the                         subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING (PROG 1205)                current, competitive job skills required in                          OAC, College Preparation (C),
MATHEMATICS FOR IT (MATH 1110)                         today’s IT field.                                                    University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 2                                    Areas of study include computer                                      University Preparation (U) or Post-
COMPUTER OPERATING SYSTEMS (COPS 1104)                 applications, computer programming and                               secondary (college or university)
COMPUTER SYSTEMS I (CSYS 1122)
INTERNET DEVELOPMENT I (INTN 2201)                     operating systems, database management,                              » Grade 12 English
INTRODUCTION TO C++ PROGRAMMING (CPRG 3202)            data communications, systems analysis, and                           » Grade 12 mathematics
SYSTEMS ANALYSIS & DESIGN (SAAD 3203)                  computer hardware. As well, students learn
VISUAL BASIC I (VISB 3202)
                                                       about network management and business
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                    computing concepts.
C++ PROGRAMMING II (CPRG 4202)
COMMUNICATIONS II FOR IT (COMM 4201)                   To ensure maximum program flexibility, the                       Employment opportunities
DATABASE DEVELOPMENT I (DBAS 5206)                     Computer Programmer and Computer                                 •   Customer support specialist;
INTERNET DEVELOPMENT II (INTN 3201)                    Programmer Analyst programs have been
PC HELPDESK (COMP 4207)                                                                                                 •   Computer technician;
PROJECT MANAGEMENT (PROJ 3202)                         designed with a common first year of study.
                                                       This arrangement provides an opportunity                         •   Network support technician;
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4
C# PROGRAMMING (DNET 4200)                             for students to further understand the career                    •   Sales representative; and
DATABASE DEVELOPMENT II (DBAS 6206)                    paths available to them through these two                        •   Junior programmer analyst.
IT & SOCIETY (SOCI 4200)                               programs, prior to making a final choice.
JAVA DEVELOPMENT (JAVA 5203)
ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES (ORGS 5201)                     Note: To ensure that students can make an informed decision
VISUAL BASIC II (VISB 6201)                            about their IT career path, a common first semester is offered
                                                       for students enrolled in Computer Systems Technician,
For course descriptions visit the individual program   Computer Systems Technology, Computer Programmer, and
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     Computer Programmer Analyst. This approach provides an
                                                       opportunity for students to explore both systems/programming
                                                       applications and networking/hardware applications of the IT
                                                       sector. At the end of semester 1 students will select their
                                                       program of choice.
Opportunities for                                      Mobile Learning program
degree completion or                                   To ensure that students are provided with an
additional credentials                                 innovative learning environment and the
                                                       advanced technology skills required in the
Durham College program –                               workplace, this program requires the use of a
  » Human Resources Management                         laptop computer. Students receive a laptop
    (graduate certificate)                             from the Durham College Mobile Computing
Qualified graduates of this program may be             Department and have immediate access to
eligible to apply their academic credits               ongoing support and services through the IT
towards further study through partnerships             Support Centre. Laptop users have access to
with many Canadian and international                   wired and wireless connectivity on campus,
colleges and universities.                             the use of course and domain-specific
See page 30 or visit                                   software, printing services and a state-of-the-
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                    art learning infrastructure to facilitate
                                                       communication and collaboration. Students
                                                       in this mobile learning program are also
New Articulation                                       provided with online resources and in-person
Durham College graduates from this                     training programs to ensure the greatest
program with a minimum GPA of 3.0 may                  educational benefit from the laptop’s rich
apply to the Trent University Bachelor of              suite of software. Please note that laptops
Science in Computing Systems, for degree               other than those provided by Durham
completion. Eligible students will be granted          College will not be supported in this
                                                                                                                            YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
direct entry and awarded 10 credits toward             program. The opportunity to apply for the
the successful completion of a 20 credit               ownership of the laptop is available to                              TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     2,220
honours degree.                                        qualifying students who are completing their                         TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    12,008
                                                       graduating term. For further information,                            STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
                                                       please consult www.durhamcollege.ca/mobile.                          LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $       300
                                                       Approximate mobile learning fees are listed                          MOBILE LEARNING FEE:                   $     1,294
                                                       at the bottom of this program page.
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Computer Programmer Analyst (three-year)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Computer Programmer Analyst)



Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca                           Oshawa campus
School of Business, IT & Management                    ontariocolleges.ca application code: CPA                         www.bitm.durhamcollege.ca
                                                       September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    This program offers comprehensive study                          •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
BUSINESS SYSTEMS FUNDAMENTALS (BUSF 1200)              in information technologies, systems                                 Student Status (MSS)
COMMUNICATIONS I FOR IT (COMM 3201)                    methodologies and application programming,
DATA COMMUNICATIONS & NETWORKING I (DCOM 1100)         all built upon a solid foundation of business                    •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
INTRODUCTION TO DATABASES (DBAS 1201)                  expertise. The curriculum includes in-depth                          subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING (PROG 1205)                instruction and practical application of                             OAC, College Preparation (C),
MATHEMATICS FOR IT (MATH 1110)                         structured, mainframe and object-oriented                            University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    programming languages. Additionally, students                        University Preparation (U) or Post-
COMPUTER OPERATING SYSTEMS (COPS 1104)                 receive extensive training in database                               secondary (college or university)
COMPUTER SYSTEMS I (CSYS 1122)                         administration, Internet development and
INTERNET DEVELOPMENT I (INTN 2201)
                                                       project management. Students will work both                          » Grade 12 English
INTRODUCTION TO C++ PROGRAMMING (CPRG 3202)
SYSTEMS ANALYSIS & DESIGN (SAAD 3203)                  independently and in teams to create course                          » Grade 12 mathematics
VISUAL BASIC I (VISB 3202)                             deliverables. In the final semester, eligible
                                                       students take part in a field placement during
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                    which students are employed in the information
ACCOUNTING I (ACCT 1200)
C++ PROGRAMMING II (CPRG 4202)                         technology field, working on "real world"                        Internship
COBOL PROGRAMMING I (COBL 3201)                        projects.
COMMUNICATIONS II FOR IT (COMM 4201)
                                                                                                                        An internship is paid employment, which
                                                       Graduates begin in programming,
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (HRM 1200)                  microcomputer support or computer operations.                    enables students to gain longer-term
INTERNET DEVELOPMENT II (INTN 3201)                    With experience, advancement can be expected                     practical work experience directly related to
MARKETING I (MKTG 1200)                                                                                                 their area of study. Internships are optional
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT I (OPER 1200)
                                                       to the position of systems analyst with
                                                       responsibilities for the design and planning of                  and last four, 12, or 16 months. Students
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    systems networks and technical support, or                       participate in the internship program prior to
ACCOUNTING II (ACCT 2200)                              management positions in programming,
C# PROGRAMMING (DNET 4200)                                                                                              their final year of study and then return to
COBOL PROGRAMMING II (COBL 4200)
                                                       operations or other areas.                                       complete their diploma requirements.
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT II (HRM 2200)                NOTE: To ensure that students can make an informed decision
IT & SOCIETY (SOCI 4200)                               about their IT career path, a common first semester is offered
JAVA DEVELOPMENT (JAVA 5203)                           for students enrolled in Computer Systems Technician,
MARKETING II (MKTG 2200)
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT II (OPER 2200)
                                                       Computer Systems Technology, Computer Programmer, and
                                                       Computer Programmer Analyst. This approach provides an
                                                                                                                        Opportunities for
VISUAL BASIC II (VISB 6201)
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5
                                                       opportunity for students to explore both systems/programming
                                                       applications and networking/hardware applications of the IT
                                                                                                                        degree completion or
DATABASE DEVELOPMENT I (DBAS 5206)
EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES (TECH 6200)
                                                       sector. At the end of semester 1 students will select their      additional credentials
                                                       program of choice.
FIELD PLACEMENT SEMINAR (FWKI 6203)                                                                                     Durham College program –
ONLINE PROGRAMMING I (CICS 5205)                       Mobile Learning program                                          » Human Resources Management
PC HELPDESK (COMP 4207)                                To ensure that students are provided with an
PROJECT MANAGEMENT (PROJ 3202)                         innovative learning environment and the
                                                                                                                          (graduate certificate)
STATISTICS I (MATH 2201)                               advanced technology skills required in the                       Qualified graduates of this program may be
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6                                    workplace, this program requires the use of a                    eligible to apply their academic credits
NET PROGRAMMING (DNET 4201)                            laptop computer. Students receive a laptop from                  towards further study through partnerships
DATABASE DEVELOPMENT II (DBAS 6206)                    the Durham College Mobile Computing
FIELD PLACEMENT (FWKI 6204)
                                                                                                                        with many Canadian and international
                                                       Department and have immediate access to                          colleges and universities.
INTERNET DEVELOPMENT III (INTN 6203)
ONLINE PROGRAMMING II (CICS 6205)
                                                       ongoing support and services through the IT
                                                       Support Centre. Laptop users have access to                      See page 30 or visit
ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES (ORGS 5201)
                                                       wired and wireless connectivity on campus, the                   www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.
                                                       use of course and domain-specific software,
For course descriptions visit the individual program                                                                    New Articulation
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     printing services and a state-of-the art learning
                                                       infrastructure to facilitate communication and                   Durham College graduates from this
                                                       collaboration. Students in this mobile learning                  program with a minimum GPA of 3.0 may
                                                       program are also provided with online resources                  apply to the Trent University Bachelor of
Employment opportunities                               and in-person training programs to ensure the
                                                       greatest educational benefit from the laptop’s
                                                                                                                        Science in Computing Systems, for degree
                                                                                                                        completion. Eligible students will be granted
•   Database development/support;                      rich suite of software. Please note that laptops                 direct entry and awarded 10 credits toward
•   Project management;                                other than those provided by Durham College                      the successful completion of a 20 credit
                                                       will not be supported in this program. The
•   Software support;                                                                                                   honours degree.
                                                       opportunity to apply for the ownership of the
•   Application development;                           laptop is available to qualifying students who
                                                       are completing their graduating term.
•   Business analyst;                                                                                                       YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
                                                       For further information, please consult
•   Systems analysis/design;                           www.durhamcollege.ca/mobile. Approximate                             TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
•   User support; and                                  mobile learning fees are listed at the bottom of                     TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $   12,008
                                                       this program page.                                                   STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
•   Internet development and e-commerce.
                                                                                                                            LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $      300
                                                                                                                            MOBILE LEARNING FEE:                   $    1,294


                                                                                                                            FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Computer Systems Technician (two-year)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Computer Systems Technician)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                       Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca
                                                                                                                        Oshawa campus
School of Business, IT & Management                    ontariocolleges.ca application code: CSTC
                                                                                                                        www.bitm.durhamcollege.ca
                                                       September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    The two-year Computer Systems Technician                         •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
BUSINESS SYSTEMS FUNDAMENTALS (BUSF 1200)              program provides students with the technical                         Student Status (MSS)
COMMUNICATIONS I FOR IT (COMM 3201)                    skills and expertise to work in the high-
DATA COMMUNICATIONS & NETWORKING I (DCOM 1100)
                                                                                                                        •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE (DBAS 1201)
                                                       demand world of personal computers,                                  subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING (PROG 1205)                networking and application support to meet                           OAC, College Preparation (C),
MATHEMATICS FOR IT (MATH 1110)                         the information technology needs of modern                           University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    organizations.                                                       University Preparation (U) or Post-
COMPUTER ELECTRONICS (ELEC 2108)                       The program curriculum addresses the                                 secondary (college or university)
COMPUTER OPERATING SYSTEMS (COPS 1104)
COMPUTER SYSTEMS I (CSYS 1122)                         technical aspects of commonly used                                   » Grade 12 English
DATA COMMUNICATIONS & NETWORKING II (DCOM 2100)        components and troubleshooting techniques                            » Grade 12 mathematics (if general level
INTERNET DEVELOPMENT I (INTN 2201)                     for computer hardware, operating systems,
INTRODUCTION TO C++ PROGRAMMING (CPRG 3202)                                                                                   must be technology MTT4G)
                                                       security, networking technologies and
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                    system administration including a suite of                           » Electronics and computer studies
COMMUNICATIONS II FOR IT (COMM 4201)
                                                       related support and application software                               recommended
COMPUTER SYSTEMS II (CSYS 2121)
DATA COMMUNICATIONS & NETWORKING III (DCOM 3100)       packages. Students also learn to develop
NETWORK ADMINISTRATION I (NETW 4102)                   their communication and administrative                           Mobile Learning program
SCRIPTING & AUTOMATION I (PROG 3103)                   skills and are trained in critical thinking skills               To ensure that students are provided with an
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    to respond to many technical challenges.                         innovative learning environment and the
COMPUTER SYSTEMS III (CSYS 3121)                       Graduates can participate effectively in
DATA COMMUNICATIONS & NETWORKING IV (DCOM 4100)                                                                         advanced technology skills required in the
NETWORK ADMINISTRATION II (NETW 5100)                  information system department initiatives by                     workplace, this program requires the use of a
NOVELL ADMINISTRATION (NETW 4101)                      installing and configuring system software                       laptop computer. Students receive a laptop
ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES (ORGS 5201)                     and network devices and troubleshooting                          from the Durham College Mobile Computing
                                                       computer system and network issues.                              Department and have immediate access to
For course descriptions visit the individual program
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     The multiple skills provided by the program                      ongoing support and services through the IT
                                                       enable graduates to challenge for industry                       Support Centre. Laptop users have access to
                                                       recognized certification (Cisco CCNA,                            wired and wireless connectivity on campus,
                                                       Microsoft MCP, CompTIA, A+, Net+) and                            the use of course and domain-specific
Opportunities for                                      allow them to become successful in diverse                       software, printing services and a state-of-the-
                                                       roles and workplaces throughout their career.                    art learning infrastructure to facilitate
degree completion or                                   NOTE: To ensure that students can make an informed decision      communication and collaboration. Students
additional credentials                                 about their IT career path, a common first semester is offered   in this mobile learning program are also
                                                       for students enrolled in Computer Systems Technician,            provided with online resources and in-person
Durham College program –                               Computer Systems Technology, Computer Programmer, and            training programs to ensure the greatest
  » Human Resources Management                         Computer Programmer Analyst. This approach provides an
                                                       opportunity for students to explore both systems/programming
                                                                                                                        educational benefit from the laptop’s rich
    (graduate certificate)                                                                                              suite of software. Please note that laptops
                                                       applications and networking/hardware applications of the IT
Qualified graduates of this program may be             sector. At the end of semester 1 students will select their      other than those provided by Durham
eligible to apply their academic credits               program of choice.                                               College will not be supported in this
towards further study through partnerships                                                                              program. The opportunity to apply for the
with many Canadian and international                                                                                    ownership of the laptop is available to
colleges and universities.                                                                                              qualifying students who are completing their
See page 30 or visit                                                                                                    graduating term. For further information,
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                                                                                     please consult www.durhamcollege.ca/mobile.
                                                                                                                        Approximate mobile learning fees are listed
                                                                                                                        at the bottom of this program page.
Employment opportunities
•   Help desk specialist;
•   Hardware/software specialist;
•   PC technician; and
•   Network support technician.

                                                                                                                            YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                                            TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     2,220
                                                                                                                            TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    12,008
                                                                                                                            STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
                                                                                                                            LAB, SUPPLIES AND CONSUMABLES FEES:    $       300
                                                                                                                            MOBILE LEARNING FEE:                   $     1,294


                                                                                                                            FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Computer Systems Technology (three-year)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Computer Systems Technology)



Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca                  Oshawa campus
School of Business, IT & Management                    ontariocolleges.ca application code: CSTY               www.bitm.durhamcollege.ca
                                                       September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                                     Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    Graduates of the three-year Computer Systems            •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
BUSINESS SYSTEMS FUNDAMENTALS (BUSF 1200)              Technology program are ready to meet the                    Student Status (MSS)
COMMUNICATIONS I FOR IT (COMM 3201)                    information technology needs of the business,
DATA COMMUNICATIONS & NETWORKING I (DCOM 1100)         industry, service and government sectors.
                                                                                                               •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE (DBAS 1201)                                                                               subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
                                                       Students in the program are trained to plan,
INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING (PROG 1205)
                                                       implement and analyze IT solutions based on
                                                                                                                   OAC, College Preparation (C),
MATHEMATICS FOR IT (MATH 1110)                                                                                     University/College Preparation (M),
                                                       various operating systems, networking
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    technologies and computer programming                       University Preparation (U) or Post-
COMPUTER ELECTRONICS (ELEC 2108)                                                                                   secondary (college or university)
COMPUTER OPERATING SYSTEMS (COPS 1104)
                                                       languages. The curriculum addresses advanced
COMPUTER SYSTEMS I (CSYS 1122)                         topics in network management, communication                 » Grade 12 English
DATA COMMUNICATIONS & NETWORKING II (DCOM 2100)        protocols, security, database servers, mail
INTERNET DEVELOPMENT I (INTN 2201)                     servers, as well as enterprise level management
                                                                                                                   » Grade 12 mathematics (if general level
INTRODUCTION TO C++ PROGRAMMING (CPRG 3202)            of Server platforms. Students will have the skills            must be technology MTT4G)
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                    and expertise to be active participants in                  » Electronics and computer studies
COMMUNICATIONS II FOR IT (COMM 4201)                   planning and implementing information security                recommended
COMPUTER SYSTEMS II (CSYS 2121)                        programs and procedures required by modern
DATA COMMUNICATIONS & NETWORKING III (DCOM 3100)       organizations due to increasingly stringent
NETWORK ADMINISTRATION I (NETW 4102)
PROJECT MANAGEMENT (PROJ 6101)
                                                       reporting and privacy regulations. They can             Employment opportunities
                                                       assist the organization's external image by
SCRIPTING & AUTOMATION I (PROG 3103)                                                                           •   Network administration;
                                                       deploying Internet servers for the web, e-mail
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    and network services.                                   •   Network security analyst;
COMPUTER SYSTEMS III (CSYS 3122)                                                                               •   Computer system administration;
DATA COMMUNICATIONS & NETWORKING IV (DCOM 4100)        In the final semester, students are required to
NETWORK ADMINISTRATION II (NETW 5100)                  work 100 hours in a relevant IT industry field          •   Data centre administrator;
NOVELL ADMINISTRATION (NETW 4101)                      placement to gain valuable hands-on work                •   Network support technologist; and
ORGANIZATION STUDIES (ORGS 5201)                       experience. The experience enables students to          •   Software and hardware support technologist.
SCRIPTING & AUTOMATION II (PROG 4103)                  put classroom learning into practice and
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5                                    provides valuable contacts for future careers.
CLIENT/SERVER COMPUTING I (CLNT 1101)                                                                          Mobile Learning program
                                                       The multiple skills provided by the program
DATA COMMUNICATIONS & NETWORKING (DCOM 5100)                                                                   To ensure that students are provided with an
                                                       enable graduates to: challenge for industry
FIELD PLACEMENT SEMINAR – CSTY (FWKC 5101)                                                                     innovative learning environment and the
NETWORK ADMINISTRATION III (NETW 6100)                 recognized certifications such as Cisco (CCNA,
                                                                                                               advanced technology skills required in the
SECURITY I (SECR 1100)                                 CCNP, CCSP); Microsoft (MCP, MCSE) and
                                                                                                               workplace, this program requires the use of a
                                                       CompTIA (A+, Network+, Linux+); and become
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6                                                                                            laptop computer. Students receive a laptop from
                                                       successful in diverse roles and workplaces
CLIENT/SERVER COMPUTING II (CLNT 2101)                                                                         the Durham College Mobile Computing
FIELD PLACEMENT (FWKC 6101)                            throughout their I. career.
                                                                                                               Department and have immediate access to
NETWORK ADMINISTRATION IV (NETW 7100)                  NOTE: To ensure that students can make an informed      ongoing support and services through the IT
NETWORK ADMINISTRATION V (NETW 8100)
SECURITY II (SECR 2100)
                                                       decision about their IT career path, a common first     Support Centre. Laptop users have access to
                                                       semester is offered for students enrolled in Computer   wired and wireless connectivity on campus, the
                                                       Systems Technician, Computer Systems Technology,        use of course and domain-specific software,
For course descriptions visit the individual program
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                       Computer Programmer, and Computer Programmer            printing services and a state-of-the-art learning
                                                       Analyst. This approach provides an opportunity for      infrastructure to facilitate communication and
                                                       students to explore both systems/programming            collaboration. Students in this mobile learning
                                                       applications and networking/hardware applications       program are also provided with online resources
Opportunities for                                      of the IT sector. At the end of semester 1 students
                                                       will select their program of choice.
                                                                                                               and in-person training programs to ensure the
                                                                                                               greatest educational benefit from the laptop’s
degree completion or                                                                                           rich suite of software. Please note that laptops
                                                                                                               other than those provided by Durham College
additional credentials                                                                                         will not be supported in this program.
                                                                                                               The opportunity to apply for the ownership of
Durham College program –
                                                                                                               the laptop is available to qualifying students
  » Human Resources Management                                                                                 who are completing their graduating term.
    (graduate certificate)                                                                                     For further information, please consult
Qualified graduates of this program may be                                                                     www.durhamcollege.ca/mobile. Approximate
eligible to apply their academic credits                                                                       mobile learning fees are listed at the bottom of
                                                                                                               this program page.
towards further study through partnerships
with many Canadian and international
colleges and universities.
                                                                                                                   YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                                                                                TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
                                                                                                                   TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $   12,008
                                                                                                                   STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
                                                                                                                   LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $      300
                                                                                                                   MOBILE LEARNING FEE:                   $    1,294


                                                                                                                   FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Court Support Services
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Court Support Services)



One-year Ontario College Certificate                     Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca          Oshawa campus
School of Justice & Emergency Services                   ontariocolleges.ca application code: CTSS       www.jes.durhamcollege.ca
                                                         September 2010




Program of study                                         Program description                             Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                      This program is designed to provide             •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
CANADIAN LAW – CTSS (LAW 1320)                           graduates with the specialized knowledge            Student Status (MSS)
COURT CLERK – FAMILY I (FAMY 1300)                       and skills required to work in various court
COURT CLERK CRIMINAL – OCJ (CCCO 1301)
                                                                                                         •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
COURT MONITOR I (MNTR 1300)
                                                         support staff capacities for the Ontario            credits: General (G), Advanced (A), OAC,
FIELD OBSERVATION I (FWK 1304)                           Courts, agencies, boards and tribunals, as          College Preparation (C), University/College
INTERPERSONAL & GROUP DYNAMICS – CTSS (COMM 2319)        well as providing specialized evidence              Preparation (M), University Preparation (U)
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS/COURT TECHNICIAN (COMP 1371)   recording and transcription services to a           or Post-secondary (college or university)
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                      variety of organizations in addition to the
CLERK/POA (MNTR 2300)                                                                                        » Grade 12 English
                                                         Courts, such as corporate boards, law firms
COMMUNICATIONS – CTSS (COMM 1370)                                                                            » Grade 11 Canadian law recommended
COURT CLERK – FAMILY II (FAMY 2300)                      and official examiner offices. The intent of
COURT CLERK CRIMINAL – OCJ/YCJ (CCCR 2300)               the program is to produce graduates who             » Keyboarding speed of 50 wpm is highly
COURT MONITOR II (MNTR 2301)                             will meet the high standards of the Ontario           recommended
COURT REGISTRAR – SCJ – CIVIL/CRIMINAL (CCCL 2300)
ETHICS & PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT – CTSS (ETHC 2300)
                                                         Courts and a variety of other professional
FIELD OBSERVATION II (FWK 2308)                          organizations.                                  NOTE: Some municipal governments require 60 net wpm as a
                                                                                                         minimum typing speed. The potential student should be aware
                                                         It is recommended that students considering     that both provincial and municipal governments test potential
For course descriptions visit the individual program     this program should possess excellent oral      candidates on, but not limited to, spelling, grammar and
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                         and written communication skills; and should    proofreading prior to securing an interview.
                                                         have a high degree of responsibility,
                                                         punctuality, maturity, conscientiousness, and
Opportunities for                                        the ability to work independently with little   Employment opportunities
                                                         supervision. Prior to admission it is           Graduates from the program have found
degree completion or                                     suggested that students attend a courtroom      employment in a number of professional,
additional credentials                                   setting and speak to a court support services
                                                         worker, court transcriptionist or member of
                                                                                                         legal, and corporate environments, including
                                                                                                         provincially/municipally operated courts,
Durham College programs –                                an agency, board or commission to acquire       official examiner offices and law offices.
  » 9-1-1 Emergency and Call Centre                      some knowledge of the duties of a person in
    Communications                                       this field .
  » Legal Administration/Law Clerk
  » Paralegal
Qualified graduates of this program may be
eligible to apply their academic credits
towards further study through partnerships
with many Canadian and international
colleges and universities.
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.




                                                                                                             YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                             TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                     $      2,220
                                                                                                             TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):                $     12,008
                                                                                                             STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:                     $        914
                                                                                                             LAB SUPPLIES AND CONSUMABLES:                $         25


                                                                                                             FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Critical Care Nursing (e-learning) (graduate certificate)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Registered Nurse – Critical Care Nursing)



Eight-month Ontario College Graduate Certificate       Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca               Oshawa campus
School of Health & Community Services                  ontariocolleges.ca application code: CCH             www.hcs.durhamcollege.ca
                                                       September 2010, January and May 2011




Program of study                                       Program description                                  significant event). All registered nurses in
                                                                                                            Ontario in good standing with the College of
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    This program is designed for students who            Nurses of Ontario are eligible to apply to this
ADVANCED HEALTH ASSESSMENT (CCHA 2500)                 have previous education or work experience,          graduate certificate program. Registered
CRITICAL CARE PRACTICUM (CCPR 2502)                    please see the entrance requirements section         Nurses from other provinces in Canada may
CRITICAL CARE SIMULATIONS (CCSI 2501)
FOUNDATIONS: CRITICAL CARE (CCFO 1500)
                                                       of this page for further detail.                     contact the program coordinator regarding
INTRODUCTION TO E LEARNING (CCIN 1500)                 This program consists of an introductory             admissions.
MANAGEMENT OF CCHC: CARDIAC (CCCC 1501)                course to e-learning and five theoretical
MANAGEMENT OF CCHC: GI/RENAL/ENDOCRINE (CCRE 1503)
                                                                                                            Upon successful completion of the critical
MANAGEMENT OF CCHC: RESPIRATORY/NEURO (CCRN 1502)      courses offered online via the Internet, a           care course requirements, a Level 2 or Level 3
                                                       critical care simulation component and a             Critical Care Certificate will be awarded.
For course descriptions visit the individual program   hands-on preceptored experience in an                Transfer credit/advanced standing or
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     intensive care unit (ICU).                           challenge will be considered on an
                                                       The program is designed for new critical             individual basis. Please visit
                                                       care nurses; experienced critical care nurses        www.durhamcollege.ca/criticalcare or
                                                       desiring recognition and certification in critical   contact the program coordinator at
                                                       care; and nurses interested in working in the        905.721.2000 ext. 2195 for more information.
                                                       ICU. The program allows for greater flexibility
                                                       for continuing professional development by
                                                       enabling nurses to access continuing learning
                                                       who otherwise would have difficulty attending        Entrance requirements
                                                       college due to their location, shift patterns,       •   Proof of registration with the College
                                                       and domestic commitments.                                of Nurses of Ontario
                                                       The program begins with a brief course on
                                                       study methods and learning in an e-learning
                                                       environment to minimize the frustration for          Employment opportunities
                                                       students who are not familiar with e-learning        Following completion of the program
                                                       and to promote successful navigation by              graduates will be prepared to work in a Level
                                                       students through the five mandatory e-               II or Level III intensive care unit (dependent
                                                       learning courses in critical care content.           upon their chosen practicum placement
                                                       Measurement of knowledge and                         experience).
                                                       competencies of the students occurs
                                                                                                            Level of Acuity, as defined in the Ontario
                                                       throughout and/or at the end of each
                                                                                                            Critical Care Report, 2006
                                                       e-learning course. Following successful
                                                       completion of the five e-learning courses            Level III – Service to meet the needs of
                                                       students will complete the simulation                patients who require advanced or prolonged
                                                       component of the program which involves 39           respiratory support alone, or basic
                                                       hours of simulated practice. In the simulated        respiratory support together with the support
                                                       practice component of the program, the               of at least two organ systems.
                                                       student demonstrates application of                  Level II – Service to meet the needs of patients
                                                       theoretical knowledge in a controlled learning       who require more detailed observation or
                                                       environment utilizing high fidelity patient          intervention including support for a single
                                                       simulators programmed to replicate the needs         failed organ system, short-term ventilation,
                                                       of critically ill adult patients. The student's      post-operative care, or patients "stepping
                                                       critical thinking and application of knowledge       down" from higher levels of care.
                                                       is facilitated and evaluated under the
                                                       supervision of nationally certified (CNCC)
                                                       critical care nurse experts.
                                                       The final component of the program is the
                                                       Integrated Practicum component which
                                                       includes 120 hours of clinical practice in a
                                                       critical care practice environment in
                                                       partnership with hospitals and their staff. The
                                                       student will demonstrate competency in the
                                                       Standards of Practice for Critical Care Nursing
                                                       in Ontario under the direct supervision and              YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
                                                       mentorship of an experienced critical care
                                                       nurse. The Integrated Practicum (clinical                TUITION FEES: (DOMESTIC)               $    1,145
                                                       practice) component provides opportunities               STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      120
                                                       for formative and summative feedback (i.e.
                                                       one-on-one debrief with assigned clinical                FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14
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Dental Assisting (Levels I and II)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Dental Assisting (Levels I and II)



One-year Ontario College Certificate                   Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca              Program previously oversubscribed
School of Health & Community Services                  ontariocolleges.ca application code: DAII           Oshawa campus
                                                       September 2010                                      www.hcs.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                       Program description                                 Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    This HARP (Healing Arts Radiation                   •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
BIOLOGY (BIOL 1501)                                    Protection) qualified program offers                    Student Status (MSS)
CLINIC PRACTICE I (CLIN 1501)                          academic studies, clinical experience and
CLINIC THEORY I (CLIN 1500)
                                                                                                           •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
DENTAL ANATOMY (ANTY 1501)
                                                       field placement to prepare students to work             subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
DENTAL MATERIALS (DENT 1509)                           effectively in a variety of dental-related roles,       OAC, College Preparation (C),
PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY (PREV 1501)                       such as a Level I Dental Assistant and Level II         University/College Preparation (M),
RADIOGRAPHY THEORY I (RAD 1500)                        Dental Assistant providing Intra oral care.             University Preparation (U) or Post-
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    The student will also learn business                    secondary (college or university)
ABELDENT (COMP 2500)                                   administration skills, oral health education
CLINIC PRACTICE II (PRCT 1501)                                                                                 » Grade 12 English (minimum weighted 70
CLINIC THEORY II (CLIN 2502)                           and dental laboratory skills.                             per cent)
DENTAL RECORDS (DENT 1502)                             Academic and clinical studies are based on
EMERGENCIES (EMER 1502)                                                                                        » Grade 11 or 12 biology
FIELD PLACEMENT (FWK 2500)
                                                       the most current theory of dental assistant
                                                       practice, emphasizing ethical principles, and           » Grade 11 or 12 chemistry
NUTRITION I (NUTR 1500)
OFFICE MANAGEMENT/COMMUNICATIONS (MGMT 1502)           working interdependently and collaboratively            » One additional senior level credit
OROFACIAL ANATOMY (ANTY 2501)                          with health-care professionals in a variety of
RADIOGRAPHY PRACTICE (RAD 2503)                                                                            For oversubscribed selection process see page 10.
RADIOGRAPHY THEORY II (RAD 2502)                       practice settings. The field placement
SPECIAL POPULATIONS (SPEC 1502)                        provides opportunities to gain insight and/or       Post admission requirements
                                                       experience in the following dental settings:        •   The Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation
For course descriptions visit the individual program   general dentistry, specialty dentistry,                 Basic Rescuer Certificate in
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     community dentistry and the dental hygiene              Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is a
                                                       clinic at Durham College.                               requirement and must be completed by a
                                                       Graduates of this program are eligible to               designated date. It is recommended that
                                                                                                               students obtain a Basic Rescuer Certificate
Opportunities for                                      write the National Dental Assisting
                                                       Examination Board (NDAEB) examination.                  prior to commencing the program;
degree completion or                                   The program curriculum is approved by the           •   An applicant who is offered a position in
additional credentials                                 NDAEB (www.ndaeb.ca).                                   any health program will be required to
                                                                                                               complete and return an Entry
Durham College programs –                                                                                      Immunization Form. An applicant whose
  » Dental Hygiene (application is required                                                                    health record does not meet the
    through ontariocolleges.ca by February 1)                                                                  requirements of the college may be asked
  » Dental Reception and Administration                                                                        to have a second medical examination
                                                                                                               from a physician affiliated with Durham
Qualified graduates of this program may be
                                                                                                               College; and
eligible to apply their academic credits
towards further study through partnerships                                                                 •   Criminal reference check with vulnerable
with many Canadian and international                                                                           sector screening. Students who cannot
colleges and universities.                                                                                     provide a clear criminal reference check
                                                                                                               may be denied the opportunity to enter
See page 30 or visit
                                                                                                               placement and this will impact the
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.
                                                                                                               student’s ability to complete the full
                                                                                                               program and/or secure employment.


                                                                                                           Employment opportunities
                                                                                                           •   General or specialty dental practices;
                                                                                                           •   Public health units;
                                                                                                           •   Hospital dental clinics;
                                                                                                           •   Chronic care institutions; and
                                                                                                           •   Insurance companies.



                                                                                                               YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                               TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,945
                                                                                                               STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
                                                                                                               LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES :     $      350


                                                                                                               FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Dental Hygiene
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Dental Hygiene)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                       Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca               Program previously oversubscribed
School of Health & Community Services                  ontariocolleges.ca application code: DHYG            Oshawa campus
                                                       September 2010                                       www.hcs.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                       Program description                                  Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    This program offers academic studies,                •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
BIOLOGY (BIOL 1501)                                    clinical practice and field placement to                 Student Status (MSS)
CLINIC PRACTICE I (CLIN 1506)                          prepare students to practice dependently,
CLINIC THEORY I (CLIN 1505)
                                                                                                            •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
DENTAL ANATOMY (DENT 1508)
                                                       interdependently and collaboratively with                subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
HISTOLOGY & EMBRYOLOGY (PATH 1512)                     health care professionals in a variety of                OAC, College Preparation (C),
MICROBIOLOGY & INFECTION CONTROL (MICR 1501)           practice settings. Academic studies                      University/College Preparation (M),
RADIOGRAPHY THEORY I (RAD 1500)                        emphasize a systematic approach using the                University Preparation (U) or Post-
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    most current standards of practice and                   secondary (college or university)
CLINIC PRACTICE II (CLIN 2506)                         ethical principles. The process of dental                » Grade 12 English (minimum weighted 70
CLINIC THEORY II (CLIN 2505)
EMERGENCIES (EMER 1502)                                hygiene care includes client assessment,                   per cent)
FIELD PLACEMENT (FWK 1501)                             individual planning of services and provision
HEAD & NECK ANATOMY (ANTY 1510)                        of services currently within the scope of                » Grade 11 or 12 biology
INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS – DH (HR 1313)                                                                     » Grade 11 or 12 chemistry
ORAL PATHOLOGY (PATH 1511)
                                                       dental hygiene practice and evaluation.
PERIODONTICS (PATH 1510)                               Dental Hygiene students demonstrate their                » Grade 11 or 12 mathematics
PREVENTIVE DENTAL HYGIENE (PREV 2510)                  learning and performance achievements on             •   Plus selective admission tests may be
RADIOGRAPHY PRACTICE (RAD 2503)                        mannequins and later on clients in the
RADIOGRAPHY THEORY II (RAD 2502)                                                                                required.
                                                       college dental clinic. A variety of community
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                    field placements also provide an opportunity
CLINIC PRACTICE III (CLIN 3506)                                                                             For oversubscribed selection process see page 10.
CLINIC THEORY III (CLIN 3505)                          for students to demonstrate the knowledge,
COMMUNITY DENTAL HEALTH I (DENT 3512)                  skills and attitudes that are necessary and
DENTAL MATERIALS (DENT 1511)                           significant to be effective care providers.
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC 1000)
                                                                                                            Post admission requirements
PERIODONTICS II (PATH 2510)                            Graduates must successfully complete the             •   The Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation
PHARMACOLOGY (PHAR 1501)                               national board exams to be registered in                 Basic Rescuer Certificate in
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    Ontario. This program is accredited by the               Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is a
CLINIC PRACTICE IV (CLIN 4506)                         Commission of Dental Accreditation.                      requirement and must be completed by a
CLINIC THEORY IV (CLIN 4505)                           (www.cda-adc.ca/en/index.asp)                            designated date. It is recommended that
COMMUNITY DENTAL HEALTH II (DENT 4512)
GERONTOLOGY & SPECIAL NEEDS (SPEC 4511)                                                                         students obtain a Basic Rescuer Certificate
NUTRITIONAL ISSUES & ANALYSIS (NUTR 2511)                                                                       prior to commencing the program;
ORTHODONTICS (SPEC 1510)
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE ISSUES (ETHC 4501)
                                                           Employment opportunities                         •   An applicant who is offered a position in
                                                       •   General dentistry practices;                         any health program will be required to
For course descriptions visit the individual program   •   Specialty practices such as periodontics             complete and return an Entry
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.         and orthodontics;                                    Immunization Form. An applicant whose
                                                                                                                health record does not meet the
                                                       •   Institutional and hospital dental clinics; and
                                                                                                                requirements of the college may be asked
                                                       •   Public health units.                                 to have a second medical examination
Opportunities for                                                                                               from a physician affiliated with Durham
degree completion or                                                                                            College;
                                                                                                            •   An applicant who is offered a position in
additional credentials                                                                                          any health program will be required to
Qualified graduates of this program may be                                                                      provide a current criminal reference check
eligible to apply their academic credits                                                                        with vulnerable sector screening, that is
towards further study through partnerships                                                                      current to within three months of the start
with many Canadian and international                                                                            of the program; and
colleges and universities.                                                                                  •   Students who cannot provide a clear
See page 30 or visit                                                                                            criminal reference check may be denied the
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                                                                             opportunity to enter placement and this will
                                                                                                                impact the student’s ability to complete the
                                                                                                                full program and/or secure employment.




                                                                                                                YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                                TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    4,473
                                                                                                                STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
                                                                                                                LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $    4,750


                                                                                                                FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Dental Reception and Administration
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Dental Reception and Administration)



One-year Ontario College Certificate                   Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Oshawa campus
School of Career Development                           ontariocolleges.ca application code: DRA         www.careerdevelopment.durhamcollege.ca
& Continuing Education                                 September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    The dental administrator is a vital member of    •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
ACCOUNTING FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONALS (ACCT 1300)        the dental office. The administrator must            Student Status (MSS)
COMPUTER LITERACY (COMP 1000)                          maintain collaborative relationships with
DENTAL ANATOMY & CHARTING (DENT 1520)
                                                                                                        •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
DENTAL IMAGING BASICS (DENT 1516)
                                                       clients as well as all members of the oral           subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
DENTAL OFFICE MANAGEMENT I (DENT 1514)                 health care team, to deliver the highest level       OAC, College Preparation (C),
ETHICS & PROFESSIONAL ISSUES (DENT 1515)               of client-centered care. This program will           University/College Preparation (M),
HUMAN RELATIONS FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONALS (COMM 1308)   equip students to be multi-skilled, ethically
MEDICAL CONDITIONS & OFFICE EMERGENCIES (DENT 1521)                                                         University Preparation (U) or Post-
                                                       responsible dental administration                    secondary (college or university)
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    professionals.
ABELDENT (COMP 2106)                                                                                        » Grade 12 English (minimum weighted 70
DENTAL OFFICE MANAGEMENT II (DENT 2503)                Students learn the latest computer software            per cent)
DENTAL PRACTICE (DENT 2502)                            used in dental offices, to process claims and
DENTAL THEORY (DENT 2504)
FIELD PLACEMENT (FWK 2502)
                                                       carry out appointment management. As well,       Post admission requirements
HUMAN RELATIONS FOR DENTAL PROFESSIONALS (HR 2201)     students become familiar with dental             •   An applicant who is offered a position in
PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 2208)                anatomy and dental charting, learn the               any health program will be required to
                                                       basics of radiography, understand banking,           complete and return an Entry Immunization
For course descriptions visit the individual program   account payables and receivables, and gain
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.                                                          Form. An applicant whose health record
                                                       effective personnel relations skills.                does not meet the requirements of the
                                                       Graduates may apply to write the Certified           college may be asked to have a second
                                                       Dental Receptionist (CDR) exam through the           medical examination from a physician
Opportunities for                                      Ontario Dental Assistants Association                affiliated with Durham College.
                                                       (ODAA) (www.odnaa.org) to obtain their
degree completion or                                   designation as a Certified Dental
additional credentials                                 Receptionist.                                    Employment opportunities
Durham College programs –                                                                               •   Office Administrator in a dental office
» Durham College Dental Assisting
  (Levels I and II) (application is required
  through ontariocolleges.ca by February 1)
» Durham College Dental Hygiene
  (application is required through
  ontariocolleges.ca by February 1)
Qualified graduates of this program may be
eligible to apply their academic credits
towards further study through partnerships
with many Canadian and international
colleges and universities.
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.




                                                                                                            YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                            TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     2,220
                                                                                                            TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    12,008
                                                                                                            STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
                                                                                                            LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $         5


                                                                                                            FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Early Childhood Education
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Early Childhood Education)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                         Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca            Daytime or Continuing Education
School of Health & Community Services                    ontariocolleges.ca application code: ECE          Oshawa campus
                                                         September 2010                                    www.hcs.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                         Program description                               Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                      The Early Childhood Education program             •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
CHILD DEVELOPMENT I (CHLD 2300)                          prepares individuals to meet the diverse              Student Status (MSS)
COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES (COMM 2301)                     needs of the early childhood education
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT I (CURR 1501)
                                                                                                           •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
ELECTIVE (ELEC)
                                                         profession. Students acquire knowledge and            subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
FIELD PLACEMENT PREPARATION (FWKP 1302)                  develop the practical skills necessary to             OAC, College Preparation (C),
INTRODUCTION TO ECE PRACTICES (ECE 1301)                 foster social, emotional, cognitive, and              University/College Preparation (M),
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC 1000)                   physical development in children from
WELLNESS FOR CHILDREN (HLTH 1305)                                                                              University Preparation (U) or Post-
                                                         infancy to age 12.                                    secondary (college or university)
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2
CHILD DEVELOPMENT II (CHLD 3300)                         Students participate in field placement               » Grade 12 English (minimum weighted 70
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT II (CURR 2501)                    experiences in a variety of settings serving            per cent)
FIELD PLACEMENT I (FWK 2301)                             young children and their families.
FIELD PLACEMENT SEMINAR I (FWKS 1301)                                                                          » Proficiency in the application of Microsoft
GUIDANCE OF THE YOUNG CHILD (CHLD 1302)                                                                          Office is recommended
OBSERVING THE YOUNG CHILD (CHLD 1303)
                                                         Post-admissions requirements
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                      •   Receipt indicating completion of a criminal
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT III (CURR 3501)
FIELD PLACEMENT II (FWK 4307)                                reference check, including the Vulnerable     Employment opportunities
FIELD PLACEMENT SEMINAR II (FWKS 3301)                       Sector screening, is required upon entry to   •   Childcare provider;
INTRODUCTION TO EXCEPTIONALITIES (CHLD 3303)                 the program. This document is required by
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (SOCI 1000)                                                                      •   Early childhood educator;
SUPERVISION & ADMINISTRATION (MGMT 2309)
                                                             day nursery licensing legislation for all
                                                                                                           •   Private home daycare provider;
                                                             paid and volunteer positions in licensed
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                                                                        •   Nursery school teacher; and
FIELD PLACEMENT III (FWK 6304)
                                                             ECE settings;
FIELD PLACEMENT SEMINAR III (FWKS 5301)                  •   Students who do not have a clear criminal     •   Resource consultant (for children with
PHILOSOPHIES OF ECE (ECE 4300)                               reference check may be prevented from             exceptionalities).
PREVENTION & IDENTIFICATION OF CHILD ABUSE (CHLD 3302)
ROLE OF THE PROFESSIONAL IN ECE (ECE 2302)                   completing the field placement component
WORKING WITH PARENTS (ECE 3301)                              of the curriculum and therefore may be
                                                             unable to complete the program.
For course descriptions visit the individual program         Applicants who are concerned about this
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.           are encouraged to discuss their
                                                             circumstances with the Student Liaison
                                                             in the School of Health and Community
Opportunities for                                            Services. It is recommended that
                                                             applicants meet with this individual prior
degree completion or                                         to confirming their offer of admission.
                                                             Students are responsible for arranging and
additional credentials                                       paying for the criminal reference check in
Durham College programs –                                    their primary residence (home town).
» Addictions and Mental Health                               When requesting a criminal reference
  (graduate certificate)                                     check, students must inform the police that
» Communicative Disorders Assistant                          the criminal reference check is required to
  (graduate certificate)                                     work with vulnerable persons and is
                                                             required for a student placement;
Qualified graduates of this program may be
eligible to apply their academic credits                 •   Applicants must complete an Entry
towards further study through partnerships                   Immunization Form. An applicant whose
with many Canadian and international                         health record does not meet the
colleges and universities.                                   requirements of the college may be asked
                                                             to have a second medical examination
See page 30 or visit                                         from a physician affiliated with Durham
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                          College; and
                                                         •   Certificates in standard first aid and
                                                             cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) are
                                                             requirements and must be completed in
                                                             order to be eligible for field placement.
                                                                                                               YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                               TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
                                                                                                               TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $   12,008
                                                                                                               STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
                                                                                                               LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $       20


                                                                                                               FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Electrical Technician – Instrumentation and Control
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Electrical Technician – Instrumentation and Control)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                       Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca             Program previously oversubscribed
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,            ontariocolleges.ca application code: ELTN          Whitby campus
Skilled Trades & Technology                            September 2010                                     www.aast.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                       Program description                                Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    As a student of the Electrical Technician          •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
ELEC CODE 1 (CODE 1402)                                program, you will learn the fundamentals of            Student Status (MSS)
ELEC INSTALLATION METHODS 1 (INSL 1401)                electrically based technologies. Electrical
ELEC INSTRUMENTATION 1 (INST 1401)
                                                                                                          •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
ELEC PRINTS 1 (BLUE 1409)
                                                       technicians may also assemble, install, test           subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
ELEC SAFETY & COMMUNICATIONS (SAFE 1405)               and calibrate electrical testing equipment.            OAC, College Preparation (C),
ELEC TRADE THEORY 1 (TRAD 1411)                        This program will focus on the skills required         University/College Preparation (M),
MATHEMATICS 1 (MATH 1424)
                                                       to install and maintain current industrial,            University Preparation (U) or Post-
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    electrical and electronic systems, including           secondary (college or university)
ELEC CODE 2 (CODE 2400)
ELEC ELECTRONICS 1 (ELCT 2400)                         programmable logic controls. You will                  » Grade 12 English
ELEC INSTALLATION METHODS 2 (INSL 2400)                develop troubleshooting and problem                    » Grade 12 mathematics (technical
ELEC MOTOR CONTROLS (MOTR 2402)                        solving skills through theoretical and
ELEC PRINTS 2 (BLUE 2400)                                                                                       mathematics recommended)
ELEC PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS (PLC 2401)
                                                       extensive hands-on training.
                                                                                                              » Two additional senior level credits
ELEC SIGNALING SYSTEMS (SIGN 2400)                     Studies include: the Ontario Electrical Code,
MATHEMATICS 2 (MATH 2401)                              electrical theory, wiring systems (computer and        » Physics and chemistry recommended
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                    fire alarm) safety, instrumentation and motor
ELEC CODE 3 (CODE 3400)                                controls. Hands-on instruction in this course is
ELEC ELECTRONICS 2 (ELCT 3400)                                                                            For oversubscribed selection process see page 10.
ELEC INSTALLATION METHODS 3 (INSL 3400)                35 per cent to 45 per cent of class time.
ELEC INSTRUMENTATION 2 (INST 3402)                     Students who successfully complete the first
ELEC PRINTS 3 (BLUE 3400)
ELEC TRADE THEORY 2 (TRAD 3400)
                                                       year of this program are eligible to write the     Employment opportunities
INTRODUCTION TO SMALL BUSINESS 1 (SMBS 3400)           trade exemption examination for the Level 1
                                                                                                          •   Assembly technician;
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY 1 (MATH 3401)               (basic) in school curriculum of the
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    Construction and Maintenance Electrician           •   Apprentice electrician;
ELEC CODE 4 (CODE 4400)                                apprenticeship and eligible to write the Level     •   Electrical repair and maintenance
ELEC ELECTRONICS 3 (ELCT 4400)                         2 exam after completion of their second year.          technician;
ELEC INSTALLATION METHODS 4 (INSL 4400)
ELEC INSTRUMENTATION 3 (INST 4401)                     Students wishing to challenge exemption            •   Field service technician;
ELEC PRINTS 4 – C&M (BLUE 4400)                        exams are required to pay an examination fee.      •   Fire alarm technician; and
ELEC TRADE THEORY 3 (TRAD 4400)
INTRODUCTION TO SMALL BUSINESS 2 (SMBS 4400)                                                              •   Network cabling apprentice.
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY 2 (MATH 4401)

For course descriptions visit the individual program
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.




Opportunities for
degree completion or
additional credentials
Qualified graduates of this program may be
eligible to apply their academic credits
towards further study through partnerships
with many Canadian and international
colleges and universities.
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.




                                                                                                              YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                              TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
                                                                                                              STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914


                                                                                                              FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology                                                      (Formerly Industrial Automation and Robotics-Mechtronics)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology)



Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma                 Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca                   Oshawa campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,                 ontariocolleges.ca application code: EMTY                www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                                 September 2010




Program of study                                            Program description                                      Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                         The field of electromechanical engineering reflects      •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
COMMUNICATIONS FOR SUCCESS (COMM 2103)                      the integration of four areas of engineering:                Student Status (MSS)
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS & SIMULATION (COMP 1107)              electrical, electronics, mechanical and automation.
ELECTRICITY I (ELEC 1131)
                                                                                                                     •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
INTRODUCTION TO CAD (CAD 2136)                              Graduates of the Electro-Mechanical Engineering              credits: General (G), Advanced (A), OAC,
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY I (MATH 1131)                    Technology program carry out electromechanical               College Preparation (C), University/College
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY I LAB (MATH 1133)                engineering technologist functions within an                 Preparation (M), University Preparation (U)
PHYSICAL SCIENCE – TECHNOLOGY (PHYS 1131)
                                                            engineering environment. Key automation                      or Post-secondary (college or university)
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                         technology career opportunities are included in the
DIGITAL CIRCUITS I (CIRD 1131)                                                                                           » Grade 12 English
ELECTRICITY II (ELEC 2131)
                                                            food, pharmaceutical, nuclear, renewable energy,
                                                                                                                         » Grade 12 mathematics* (college
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS I (CIRE 1131)                           space exploration and building automation
FLUID POWER I (FLUD 1131)
                                                                                                                           technology MCT4C or MTT4G)
                                                            industries.
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY II (MATH 2131)                                                                            *Alternate mathematics entrance opportunity
TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 2136)                        Graduates will specialize in designing, analysing,
                                                            troubleshooting, as well as modifying, maintaining,      Applicants to this program with an alternate
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                                                                                  mathematic credit, completed or in progress,
CALCULUS (MATH 3132)                                        and repairing automated electromechanical
DIGITAL CIRCUITS II (CIRD 2131)                             equipment, components, systems, and subsystems.          as listed below, will be considered for
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS II (CIRE 2131)                          In addition, graduates will be able to assist in         admission.
FLUID POWER II (FLUD 2132)                                                                                           • Grade 11 mathematics University/College
INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS I (CONT 3123)                           project management; to perform purchasing,
MANUFACTURING SCIENCES I (MANF 1132)                        customer service, quality-control and quality-             Preparation (3M), University Preparation (3U)
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                         assurance functions; and to apply communication,         • Grade 12 mathematics College and
APPLIED MECHANICS (MECH 2103)                               documentation, computer applications and                   Apprenticeship (MAP4C)
C PROGRAMMING FOR TECHNOLOGY (CPRG 2101)                    teamwork skills to support the engineering activities
CAD FOR ELECTRONICS I (CAD 1133)
ELECTRONICS CIRCUITS III (CIRE 3131)
                                                            of an organization.
INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS II (CONT 3131)                          Graduates of this program are employed in a wide         Employment opportunities
INTEGRATED AUTOMATION I (CONT 3141)                         range of careers, including, design of industrial        •   Automation specialist;
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5                                         control and visualization systems for food               •   CAD design/drafting;
AUTOMATION SYSTEMS (AUTO 1100)
FIELD PLACEMENT (PLAC 1100)
                                                            processing, water treatment and renewable energy         •   Maintenance supervisor or plant
FLUID MECHANICS (FLUD 4131)                                 systems. Others install, service, document and               maintenance;
INTEGRATED AUTOMATION II (CONT 4101)                        troubleshoot a variety of automated machines and         •   Robotic technologist;
LAW & ETHICS (GNED 1402)                                    systems. Some graduates also sustain the                 •   Technical sales;
MANUFACTURING PROCESSES (MANF 3131)                                                                                  •   Electrical service industry;
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (ORGB 1101)                        automation industry by performing plant
                                                            maintenance or in a support role as a technical sales    •   PLC programmer;
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6                                                                                                  •   Pneumatic/hydraulic specialist;
AUTOMATION PROJECT (AUTO 2100)                              specialist.
CAD FOR ELECTRICAL CONTROLS DESIGN (CAD 3000)               These students are the primary users of the
                                                                                                                     •   Application engineering;
DYNAMICS OF MACHINES (MACH 3132)
                                                            Integrated Manufacturing Centre (IMC). The IMC is a
                                                                                                                     •   Instrumentation technologist;
FIELD PLACEMENT (PLAC 1100)                                                                                          •   Consulting services; and
SCADA (SCAD 6100)                                           world class, industrial grade, automated facility that
STATISTICAL METHODS IN QUALITY CONTROL (STAT 3136)          is completely integrated. Major equipment
                                                                                                                     •   Machinery or control systems design
                                                                                                                         and control.
                                                            components within IMC include Programmable
Note: The program of study is under review and subject to
change without notice.                                      Logic Controller (PLC) hardware, Human Machine
                                                                                                                     New articulation
                                                            Interface (HMI) screens, Supervisory Control and
                                                                                                                     Durham College graduates from the Electro-
For course descriptions visit the individual program        Data Acquisition (SCADA) software, industrial            Mechanical Engineering Technology – Industrial
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.          robots, vision cameras, industrial networks,             Automation and Robotics program with a minimum
                                                            automatic identification (bar code and radio             average of 70 per cent in the final year, may apply to
                                                            frequency ID) and material handling systems.             the Lakehead University Bachelor of Engineering
                                                                                                                     degree program. Following a series of transition
Opportunities for                                           IMC is a superior, modern training facility that is
                                                            unique to post-secondary training in Canada. IMC
                                                                                                                     courses taken during the summer, students will be
degree completion or                                        gives our graduates a definite edge in the
                                                                                                                     eligible to enter the third year of the four year degree
                                                                                                                     program.
additional credentials                                      automation technology field.                             For further information visit
                                                                                                                     engineering.lakeheadu.ca/wp/?pg=42.
                                                            Today's companies require technical experts trained
Qualified graduates of this program may be
                                                            in more than one discipline of engineering
eligible to apply their academic credits
                                                            technology. Electro-Mechanical Engineering
towards further study through partnerships
                                                            Technology graduates are an asset to any company
with many Canadian and international                                                                                     YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
                                                            that utilizes control systems for process automation,
colleges and universities.
                                                            material handling or SCADA systems for operational           TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                $     2,220
See page 30 or visit                                        control and monitoring. Students develop hands-on            TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):           $    12,008
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                         industry experience during the completion of a               STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:                $       914
                                                            mandatory field placement consisting of 100 hours            LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:       $       140
                                                            relating to the program of studies.
                                                                                                                         FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Electronics Engineering Technician (two-year)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Electronics Engineering Technician)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Oshawa campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,                 ontariocolleges.ca application code: ELTC        www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                                 September 2010




Program of study                                            Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                         No other discipline opens as many career         •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
COMMUNICATIONS FOR SUCCESS (COMM 2103)                      doors into the exciting world of high                Student Status (MSS)
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS & SIMULATION (COMP 1107)              technology as Electronics. No branch of
ELECTRICITY I (ELEC 1131)
                                                                                                             •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
INTRODUCTION TO CAD (CAD 2136)
                                                            science engineering technology has                   subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
MATHEMATICS I FOR TECHNICIAN (MATH 1124)                    contributed more to the development of the           OAC, College Preparation (C),
PHYSICAL SCIENCE – TECHNICIAN (PHYS 1122)                   modern world than electronics. Electronics           University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                         engineering technicians maintain, operate,           University Preparation (U) or Post-
CAD FOR ELECTRONICS I (CAD 1133)                            test, install and service electronic equipment       secondary (college or university)
DIGITAL CIRCUITS I (CIRD 1131)                              in the fields of telecommunications, data
ELECTRICITY II (ELEC 2131)                                                                                       » Grade 12 English
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS I (CIRE 1131)                           communications and the internet,
MATHEMATICS II FOR TECHNICIAN (MATH 2124)                   computing, industrial automation, test and           » Grade 12 mathematics* (college
TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 2136)                        measurement, power generation and                      technology MCT4C or MTT4G)
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                         distribution, health care, and consumer
DIGITAL CIRCUITS II (CIRD 2131)                             products.
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS II (CIRE 2131)
                                                                                                             *Alternate mathematics entrance opportunity
INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS I (CONT 3123)                           The Electronics Engineering Technician           Applicants to this program with an alternate
MATHEMATICS III FOR TECHNICIAN (MATH 3124)                  program is two years in duration, covering       mathematic credit, completed or in progress,
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (ORGB 1101)                        theory with hands-on practical, project-based    as listed below, will be considered for
TELECOMMUNICATIONS I (SYSC 4131)
                                                            learning of analog and digital electronic        admission.
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                         circuits and systems. Energy conservation,
C PROGRAMMING FOR TECHNICIANS (CPRG 2104)                                                                    • Grade 11 mathematics University/College
COMPUTER ORGANIZATION (COMP 4101)                           environmental awareness and the global             Preparation (3M), University Preparation
DATA COMMUNICATIONS (DCOM 6131)                             environmental movement has impacted our            (3U)
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS III (CIRE 3131)                         program as we train our graduates to be part
INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS II (CONT 3131)                                                                           • Grade 12 mathematics College and
                                                            of the green workforce. Our program
LAW & ETHICS (GNED 1402)                                                                                       Apprenticeship (MAP4C)
                                                            promotes job ready skills through leading
Note: The program of study is under review and subject to   edge instruction and hands on practical labs.
change without notice and that some courses listed in the
program of study are electives.
                                                            Durham College provides several fully
                                                            equipped modern labs which are also
                                                                                                             Employment opportunities
                                                            available to students outside of regular class   •   Telecommunications equipment services;
For course descriptions visit the individual program        hours with real-world based projects.            •   Office equipment service technician;
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                            Visit us and see the difference hands-on         •   Computer technician;
                                                            training makes.                                  •   PLC programming;
                                                                                                             •   Network technician;
Opportunities for                                                                                            •   Field technician; and
degree completion or                                                                                         •   Technical sales.
additional credentials
Qualified graduates of this program may be
eligible to apply their academic credits
towards further study through partnerships
with many Canadian and international
colleges and universities.
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.




                                                                                                                 YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                                 TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     2,220
                                                                                                                 TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    12,008
                                                                                                                 STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
                                                                                                                 LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $       230


                                                                                                                 FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Electronics Engineering Technology (three-year)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Electronics Engineering Technology)



Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma                 Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca                Oshawa campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,                 ontariocolleges.ca application code: ELTY             www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                                 September 2010




Program of study                                            Program description                                   Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                         No other discipline opens as many career doors        •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
COMMUNICATIONS FOR SUCCESS (COMM 2103)                      into the exciting world of high technology as             Student Status (MSS)
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS & SIMULATION (COMP 1107)              electronics. No branch of engineering technology
ELECTRICITY I (ELEC 1131)                                   has contributed more to the development of the        •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
INTRODUCTION TO CAD (CAD 2136)                              modern world than electronics. Electronics                subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY I (MATH 1131)                    Technologists maintain, operate, test, install and        OAC, College Preparation (C),
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY I LAB (MATH 1133)                service electronic equipment in the fields of             University/College Preparation (M),
PHYSICAL SCIENCE – TECHNOLOGY (PHYS 1131)
                                                            telecommunications, data communications and               University Preparation (U) or Post-
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                         the internet, computing, industrial automation,           secondary (college or university)
CAD FOR ELECTRONICS I (CAD 1133)                            test and measurement, power generation and
DIGITAL CIRCUITS I (CIRD 1131)
                                                            distribution, health care, and consumer products.         » Grade 12 English
ELECTRICITY II (ELEC 2131)
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS I (CIRE 1131)                           The technologist has the skills of the technician         » Grade 12 mathematics* (MCT4C or
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY II (MATH 2131)                   and then expands these skills for a wider career            MTT4G)
TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 2136)                        path including the design of circuits and projects.       » Physics, electricity, electronics and
                                                            Technologists must study more advanced courses
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                                                                                     mechanical/drafting recommended
CALCULUS (MATH 3132)                                        in math, engineering theory and scientific
CIRCUIT ANALYSIS (CIRC 3131)                                principles. This advanced knowledge allows them       *Alternate mathematics entrance opportunity
DIGITAL CIRCUITS II (CIRD 2131)                             to work in design, problem solving, data              Applicants to this program with an alternate
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS II (CIRE 2131)                          interpretation, complex troubleshooting,              mathematic credit, completed or in progress,
INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS I (CONT 3123)                           preparation of specifications, scheduling,
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (ORGB 1101)                                                                              as listed below, will be considered for
                                                            planning, analysis, project management and
                                                            decision making. Many technologists move into         admission.
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4
C PROGRAMMING FOR TECHNOLOGY (CPRG 2101)                    more advanced levels of engineering as their          • Grade 11 mathematics University/College
DIGITAL CIRCUITS III (CIRD 3131)                            careers progress.                                       Preparation (3M), University Preparation
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS III (CIRE 3131)
INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS II (CONT 3131)
                                                            The Electronics Engineering Technology program          (3U)
INTEGRATED AUTOMATION I (CONT 3141)                         is three years in duration, covering theory with      • Grade 12 mathematics College and
LAW & ETHICS (GNED 1402)                                    hands-on practical, project based learning of
                                                                                                                    Apprenticeship (MAP4C)
                                                            analog and digital electronic circuits and systems,
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5
COMPUTER ORGANIZATION (COMP 4101)
                                                            microprocessor based controls, robotics and PLC
                                                            based controls, telecommunication systems, data
FIELD PLACEMENT (PLAC 1100)
INTEGRATED AUTOMATION II (CONT 4101)                        communications and the internet, and                  Employment opportunities
MICROPROCESSORS I (MPRO 1131)                               instrumentation and control. Energy conservation,     •   Robotics technologist;
SIGNALS & SYSTEMS (DGSP 5101)                               environmental awareness and the global
STATISTICAL METHODS IN QUALITY CONTROL (STAT 3136)          environmental movement has impacted our               •   Nuclear operator;
TELECOMMUNICATIONS I (SYSC 4131)                            program as we train our graduates to be part of       •   Instrumentation technologist;
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6                                         the green workforce. Our program promotes job         •   Controls technologist;
CAD FOR ELECTRONICS II (CAD 2135)                           ready skills through leading edge instruction and
DATA COMMUNICATIONS (DCOM 6131)                             hands on practical labs. Durham College provides      •   Telecommunications technologist;
EMBEDDED SYSTEMS (EMBS 6100)                                several fully equipped modern labs which are also
FIELD PLACEMENT (PLAC 1100)
                                                                                                                  •   Computer technologist;
                                                            available to students outside of regular class
INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL (DATA 3131)                                                                             •   PLC programmer and controls specialist;
TECHNICAL PROJECT (TECH 6100)                               hours with real-world based projects. Visit us and
TELECOMMUNICATIONS II (SYSC 5131)                           see the difference hands-on training makes.           •   Networking technologist;
                                                            New Articulations                                     •   Technical sales;
Note: The program of study is under review and subject to
change without notice.                                      Graduates from this program may apply to the          •   Plant maintenance;
                                                            Cape Breton University Bachelor of                    •   Technical consultant; and
For course descriptions visit the individual program        Engineering degree program in either                  •   Field technologist.
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.          Electronics and Controls or Petroleum, for
                                                            degree completion. Students must complete
                                                            36 credits of courses work. This normally
                                                            requires a minimum of one academic year of
Opportunities for                                           full time study to complete. For further
degree completion or                                        information please visit www.cbu.ca.
                                                            Graduates from the Electronics Engineering
additional credentials                                      Technology program with a minimum average
Qualified graduates of this program may be                  of 70 per cent in the final year, may apply to
eligible to apply their academic credits                    the Lakehead University Bachelor of
towards further study through partnerships                  Engineering degree program. Following a                   YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
with many Canadian and international                        series of transition courses taken during the             TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
colleges and universities.                                  summer, students will be eligible to enter the            TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $   12,008
See page 30 or visit                                        third year of the four year degree program.               STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                         For further information visit                             LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $      230
                                                            engineering.lakeheadu.ca/wp/?pg=42.
                                                                                                                      FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Energy Audit Techniques – NEW

One-year Ontario College Certificate                     Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca             Whitby campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,              ontariocolleges.ca application code: ENAT          www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades and Technology                            September 2010




Program of study                                         Program description                                Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                      Be a part of the changing world of energy          •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
COMMUNICATIONS FOR ENERGY AUDIT (COMM 2105)              utilization and energy management.                     Student Status (MSS)
ELECTRICITY I (ELEC 1110)                                Graduates of this program will perform
ENERGY REGULATIONS & GOVERNMENT POLICY (ENER 1000)
                                                                                                            •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
INTRODUCTION TO ENERGY AUDITING (ENER 1010)
                                                         accurate energy audits on new and existing             subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
MATHEMATICS FOR ENERGY (MATH 1134)                       homes to assess their energy performance.              OAC, College Preparation (C),
MATHEMATICS FOR ENERGY LAB (MATH 1136)                   They will recommend realistic energy                   University/College Preparation (M),
THE BUILDING AS A SYSTEM & ENERGY CONSERVATION OPTIONS   conservation strategies and efficiency
  (ENER 1020)                                                                                                   University Preparation (U) or Post-
                                                         modifications to: improve the effectiveness            secondary (college or university)
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                      of systems related to energy use; improve
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN ENERGY AUDITS (COMP 2110)                                                              » Grade 12 English
ELECTRICITY & SYSTEMS MONITORING (ELEC 2110)             cost factors; and reduce the production of
ENERGY AUDIT PROJECTS (ENER 2010)                        greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to            » Grade 12 mathematics (college
ENERGY MATHEMATICS & THERMODYNAMICS (ENER 2100)          climate change and harm the environment.                 technology MCTC4C, general tech
INTRODUCTION TO HVAC SYSTEMS (ENER 2001)
                                                         An energy audit evaluates the building                   MTT4G)
LAW & ETHICS (GNED 1402)
                                                         envelope, insulation levels, combustion                » Construction Technology TGJ4M and/or
Note: The program of study is under development and      appliances, window efficiency, hot water                 Manufacturing Technology TMJ4E and/or
subject to change without notice.                        pipes, the furnace, air conditioning, electrical         Technological Design TTJ4C
                                                         motors and other items. A final semester                 recommended
For course descriptions visit the individual program     project will include start to finish energy            » Computer literacy skills recommended
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.       audits on an existing structure together with      *Alternate mathematics entrance opportunity
                                                         completion of audit reports and                    Any person applying to this program with an
                                                         presentations.                                     alternate mathematic credit, completed or in
Opportunities for                                        Upon successful completion of this program,        progress, as listed below, will be considered for
                                                                                                            admission.
                                                         students may elect to graduate with an
degree completion or                                     Ontario College Certificate credential or          • Grade 11 mathematics University/College
                                                                                                               Preparation (3M), University Preparation (3U)
additional credentials                                   transfer directly into second year of the
                                                         Renewable Energy Technician program.               • Grade 12 mathematics College and
Qualified graduates of this program may be                                                                     Apprenticeship (MAP4C)
eligible to apply their academic credits
towards further study through partnerships
with many Canadian and international                                                                        Employment opportunities
colleges and universities.                                                                                  Graduates of the program may find
See page 30 or visit                                                                                        employment as energy auditors with:
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                                                                         • Energy consulting firms;
                                                                                                            • Engineering consulting firms;
                                                                                                            • Heating, ventilation, air conditioning and
                                                                                                              refrigeration industries;
                                                                                                            • Building owners;
                                                                                                            • Mechanical contractors;
                                                                                                            • Government agencies; and
                                                                                                            • Home builders.




                                                                                                                YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                                TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
                                                                                                                STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914


                                                                                                                FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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English for Academic Purposes (International)*

English as a Second Language Certificate               Apply online at                                    Oshawa campus
School of Communication, Language                      www.durhamcollege.ca/international                 * Program under review
& General Studies




Program description                                    Our EAP program provides                           Entrance requirements
The English for Academic Purposes program                                                                     Proof of ability in English as determined by
is designed for students whose first language
                                                       you with:                                          •
                                                                                                              Durham College English Language
is not English and who do not meet the                 •   a 6 level program, that prepares students          Evaluation testing is required for
minimum language requirements for post-                    for direct entry into college;                     admission to this program. A minimum
secondary admission, or who simply want to             •   initial assessment testing to identify             proficiency of Level 3 is required (low
learn the English language.                                appropriate level of English proficiency and       intermediate level)
                                                           placement;                                     •   High school graduate in home country or
For course descriptions visit the individual program   •   highly qualified and experienced teachers;     •   19 years of age
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                       •   a supportive and caring environment that       •   Domestic students apply to the General
                                                           ensures individual success through                 Arts and Science – English for Academic
                                                           personal attention and constant feedback;          Purposes program, see page 91
                                                       •   the advantages of living in a small town
                                                           environment, but with convenient access
                                                           to the major city of Toronto;                  How to apply
                                                       •   opportunities to explore Ontario and           Durham College international student
                                                           experience local culture;                      applications are available to download at
                                                       •   20 hours of instruction per week; and          www.durhamcollege.ca/international or
                                                       •   a competitive edge that will help you          by contacting:
                                                           succeed in an English speaking                 International Education office
                                                           environment.
                                                                                                          Durham College
                                                                                                          2000 Simcoe Street North
                                                       You will develop skills in:
                                                                                                          Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
                                                       • Effective textbook reading strategies;
                                                                                                          L1H 7K4
                                                       • Academic research strategies;
                                                                                                          Phone: 905.721.2000 ext.. 2355
                                                       • Listening and note-taking skills;
                                                                                                          Fax: 905.721.3140
                                                       • Academic essay/report writing skills; and
                                                                                                          E-mail: international@durhamcollege.ca
                                                       • Communication and presentation skills for
                                                         academic and business purposes.                  www.durhamcollege.ca/international
                                                       Since students have different levels of
                                                       competency, the time needed to complete
                                                                                                          An application fee of $100 Canadian by
                                                       the program will vary. Courses are designed
                                                                                                          certified cheque, money order, MasterCard,
                                                       in 8-week units with start dates in January,
                                                                                                          Visa and/or electronic bank transfer must
                                                       March, May, July, September and late
                                                                                                          accompany the completed application and all
                                                       October.
                                                                                                          original or certified translated copies of
                                                       For current start dates visit                      academic qualifications (transcripts, diplomas,
                                                       www.durhamcollege.ca/EAP                           grades) and proof of English language
                                                       Durham College's EAP courses are designed          proficiency (if available) to the above address.
                                                       to prepare students for successful entry into      Note: See page 26 for details on the time required to obtain a
                                                       post-secondary programs. After completing          study permit.
                                                       level eight, students who meet the academic
                                                                                                          Refund of fees
                                                       qualification requirements can be admitted
                                                                                                          Study permits are issued based on letters of
                                                       directly into most post-secondary programs
                                                                                                          admission to Durham College, international
                                                       at Durham College. No further language
                                                                                                          students are expected to attend this college. As
                                                       qualifications are necessary.
                                                                                                          a result, semester one fees will not be refunded
                                                                                                          if students withdraw. Fees paid in advance for
                                                                                                          future semesters will be refunded in full.




                                                                                                              YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                              TUITION FEE (16 WEEKS)                         $      5,056


                                                                                                              FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Environmental Technology
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Environmental Technology)



Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca          Oshawa campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,            ontariocolleges.ca application code: ENVT       www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                            September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                             Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                     The Environmental Technology program is a      •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES (TECH 1131)                      dynamic program focusing on the chemical            Student Status (MSS)
CHEMISTRY I (CHEM 1131)                                and biological sciences as they relate to
COMMUNICATIONS FOR SUCCESS (COMM 2103)
                                                                                                       •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (COMP 1101)
                                                       environmental pollution. An emphasis is             subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (ENVI 2131)                      placed on groundwater and surface water             OAC, College Preparation (C),
MATHEMATICS I (MATH 1132)                              quality, soil and waste management and              University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    recycling in urban and industrial settings.         University Preparation (U) or Post-
APPLIED AUTOCAD (ACAD 1101)                            Students also examine environmental                 secondary (college or university)
BIOLOGY (BIOL 1131)                                    regulations and review their social and
CHEMISTRY II (CHEM 2131)                                                                                   » Grade 12 English
MATHEMATICS II (MATH 2132)                             economic impacts on communities.
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I (ORGN 1131)
                                                                                                           » Grade 12 mathematics
                                                       Training and experience in the handling,
TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 2136)
                                                       analysis and monitoring of a wide variety of        » Biology, chemistry or environmental
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                    biological and chemical parameters linked to          sciences recommended
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY I (CHEM 3131)
ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTATION (INST 2134)
                                                       pollution are at the heart of the program.      Compressed fast track opportunity,
COMMUNITY & ENVIRONMENT (ENVI 3131)                    First-hand field and laboratory experience is   for details see page 83.
ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLING (QUAL 1132)                     emphasized in areas such as environmental
INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY (MICR 1131)                                                                  Note: Further details on entrance pathways can be found on
                                                       chemistry, data collection, analytical          the Environmental Technology program page at
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (ORGB 1101)
STATISTICAL METHODS IN QUALITY CONTROL (STAT 3136)     chemistry, microbiology, instrumental           http://www.durhamcollege.ca/static/pathways/environ.pdf.
                                                       analysis and environmental stewardship
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY II (CHEM 4131)                    management. Environmental problems and
ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTATION LAB (INST 2135)             concerns are constantly changing. Our aim       Opportunities for
APPLIED ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY (MICR 2132)         is to always adapt in order to stay at the
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY (CHEM 3132)
                                                       leading edge of these changes.
                                                                                                       degree completion or
ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS (REGS 1131)
LAW & ETHICS (GNED 1402)                               A work placement program in third year          additional credentials
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5                                    allows students to work one day per week in     Qualified graduates of this program may be
CHROMATOGRAPHY I (INST 5132)                           the environmental industry while completing     eligible to apply their academic credits
ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT (REGS 2131)                  their studies at Durham College. High school
FIELD PLACEMENT (PLAC 1100)                                                                            towards further study through partnerships
INDUSTRIAL WASTE (WAST 3131)                           students interested in a career in              with many Canadian and international
SPECTROSCOPY I (INST 5131)                             Environmental Technology are encouraged         colleges and universities. See page 30 or visit
TOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (ENVI 3132)            to view the following link to see educational   www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6                                    pathways to qualify for admission into
CHROMATOGRAPHY II (INST 6132)                                                                          New Articulations
                                                       Durham College's Environmental Technology
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING (ENGR 1131)                                                                  Graduates from this program may apply to
                                                       program.
ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY (TOXI 1131)                                                                   the Cape Breton University Bachelor of
FIELD PLACEMENT (PLAC 1100)                            www.durhamcollege.ca/static/pathways/
                                                                                                       Engineering degree program in either
QUALITY ASSURANCE & CONTROL (QUAL 1133)                environ.pdf                                     Environmental Studies or Petroleum for
SPECTROSCOPY II (INST 6131)
URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING (PLAN 3131)               Statistics Canada has identified                degree completion. Students must complete
                                                       Environmental Technology as one of the top      36 credits of courses work. This normally
For course descriptions visit the individual program   three emerging employment sectors.              requires a minimum of one academic year of
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.                                                     full time study to complete.
                                                                                                       Graduates from this program may apply to
                                                                                                       the Cape Breton University Bachelor of
                                                                                                       Technology degree program in Emergency
Employment opportunities                                                                               Management for degree completion.
•   Air monitoring consultants;                                                                        Students must complete 42 credits of
•   Conservation authorities;                                                                          courses work. This normally requires a
                                                                                                       minimum of one academic year of full time
•   Chemical production and processing (i.e.
                                                                                                       study to complete.
    process control, quality control inspection);
                                                                                                       For further information on either of these
•   Environmental and engineering consulting
                                                                                                       opportunities please visit www.cbu.ca.
    firms;
•   Government agencies and laboratories (i.e.
    Ontario Ministry of the Environment,                                                                   YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
    Ontario Ministry of Energy, local
                                                                                                           TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                    $     2,220
    municipalities);
                                                                                                           TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):               $    12,008
•   Industrial laboratories (i.e. quality control
                                                                                                           STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES :                   $       914
    labs or analytical labs);
                                                                                                           LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:           $       100
•   Scientific equipment sales and technical
    support; and                                                                                           FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14
•   Water and waste treatment facilities.




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Environmental Technology (compressed fast track)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Environmental Technology)



Ontario College Advanced Diploma                       Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Oshawa campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,            ontariocolleges.ca application code: ENVF        www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                            September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    Both domestic and internationally educated       •   Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree from an
CHROMATOGRAPHY 1 (INST 5132)                           students with a Bachelor of Science (BSc)            accredited university – including 2
ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT (REGS 2131)                  may be eligible for a compressed, fast track         chemistry courses
ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLING (QUAL 1132)
FIELD PLACEMENT (FOR GEN. B.SC) (PLAC 1100)
                                                       opportunity to complete diploma                      » Applicants must submit an official
INDUSTRIAL WASTE (WAST 3131)                           requirements in two semesters. The                     transcript demonstrating proof of
INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY (MICR 1133)                  Environmental Technology program is a                  successful completion of a post-
SPECTROSCOPY 1 (INST 5131)                             dynamic program focusing on the chemical
TOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (ENVI 3132)                                                                   secondary degree program
                                                       and biological sciences as they relate to the    •   International students are also required to
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    environment. An emphasis is placed on
APPLIED ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY (MICR 2132)                                                              submit a course by course evaluation to
CHROMATOGRAPHY 2 (INST 6132)                           groundwater and surface water quality, soil          demonstrate the required pre-admission
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING (ENGR 1131)                  and waste management and recycling in                courses indicated.
ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS (REGS 1131)                  urban and industrial settings. Students also
ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY (TOXI 1131)
                                                       examine environmental regulations and            •   Attend an interview where you may be
FIELD PLACEMENT (FOR GEN. B.SC) (PLAC 1100)                                                                 asked to submit a transcript and resumé
SPECTROSCOPY 2 (INST 6131)                             review their social and economic impacts on
URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING (PLAN 3131)               communities.                                         for review
                                                       Training and experience in the handling,         •   English skills assessment may be required
For course descriptions visit the individual program
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                       analysis and monitoring of a wide variety of
                                                       biological and chemical parameters linked to
                                                       pollution are at the heart of the program.
                                                                                                        Employment opportunities
                                                       First-hand field and laboratory experience is    •   Air monitoring consultants;
Opportunities for                                      emphasized in areas such as data collection,     •   Conservation authorities;
                                                       microbiology, instrumental analysis and
degree completion or                                   environmental stewardship management.
                                                                                                        •   Chemical production and processing (i.e.
                                                                                                            process control, quality control inspection);
additional credentials                                 Environmental problems and concerns are          •   Environmental and engineering consulting
Qualified graduates of this program may be             constantly changing. Our aim is to always            firms;
eligible to apply their academic credits               adapt in order to stay at the leading edge of
                                                                                                        •   Government agencies and laboratories (i.e.
towards further study through partnerships             these changes. Statistics Canada has
                                                                                                            Ontario Ministry of the Environment,
with many Canadian and international                   identified Environmental Technology as one
                                                                                                            Ontario Ministry of Energy, local
colleges and universities.                             of the top emerging employment sectors.
                                                                                                            municipalities);
See page 30 or visit                                   The fast track option is designed specifically
                                                                                                        •   Industrial laboratories (i.e. quality control
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                    for applicants with existing academic
                                                                                                            labs or analytical labs);
                                                       credentials and provides students with the
                                                       advanced skills necessary for employment in      •   Scientific equipment sales and technical
                                                       the environmental field. The program                 support; and
                                                       provides technical practice with many            •   Water and waste treatment facilities.
                                                       opportunities for hands-on experience and
                                                       project based learning.
                                                       In order to gain valuable practical
                                                       knowledge, a supervised workplace
                                                       placement is a component of the fast track
                                                       program. Applicants with an Honours BSc
                                                       may apply for credit for this component
                                                       against their supervised research project.




                                                                                                            YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                            TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,871
                                                                                                            TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $   12,659
                                                                                                            STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      882
                                                                                                            LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $      150


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Firefighter – Pre-service, Education and Training
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Pre-service Firefighter Education and Training)



One-year (three-semester) Ontario                       Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca            Program previously oversubscribed
College Certificate                                     ontariocolleges.ca application code: PFET         Oshawa campus
School of Justice & Emergency Services                  September 2010                                    www.jes.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                        Program description                               Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                     This program provides students with the           •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
FIRE BEHAVIOUR & FIRE GROUND OPERATIONS I (FBGO 1400)   knowledge and practical skills to pursue a            Student Status (MSS)
FIRE CONSOLIDATION SKILLS ASSESSMENT I (SKIL 1400)      career as a firefighter. The curriculum is
FIRE EMERGENCY PATIENT CARE I (PCE 1401)
                                                                                                          •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
FIRE PUBLIC EDUCATION (PEDU 1400)
                                                        based on the current Ontario Firefighter              subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
FIRE SERVICE INTRODUCTION & SAFETY (INTO 1400)          Standards and was developed in conjunction            OAC, College Preparation (C),
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC 1404)                  with the Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs           University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                     (www.oafc.on.ca) and the Office of the                University Preparation (U) or Post-
FIRE CONSOLIDATED SKILLS ASSESSMENT II (SKIL 2400)      Ontario Fire Marshal (www.ofm.gov.on.ca/).            secondary (college or university)
FIRE EMERGENCY PATIENT CARE II (PCE 2400)
FIRE FITNESS MANAGEMENT (FITS 2400)                     Applicants are advised to participate in after        » Grade 12 English
FIRE GROUND OPERATIONS II (FGO 2400)                    class hours for self-practice as an essential         » Grade 12 mathematics
FIRE GROUND PRACTICAL II (FGP 2400)                     component for success. Note that all
FIRE PRESENTATION TECHNIQUES (COMM 2406)
                                                        competencies specified for this program               » Grade 11 or 12 biology
FIRE PREVENTION (FPRE 2400)
                                                        MUST be met; therefore attendance in class,           » Grade 11 or 12 chemistry
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
FIRE PRE-SERVICE PRACTICUM (FWK 1400)
                                                        lab and field placement is vital.
                                                        Students apply practical skills in simulated      For oversubscribed selection process see page 10.
For course descriptions visit the individual program    and controlled live fire training scenarios on-
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.      campus and at a local fire service training
                                                        facility. Students receive assistance with        Post admission requirements
                                                        resumés and mock interview sessions in            •   Attend a compulsory information session;
                                                        preparation for the job application process.      •   Completion and submission of Entry
Opportunities for                                       Upon successful completion of this program,           Immunization Form;
degree completion or                                    students are eligible to write the Ontario Fire   •   Valid CPR basic rescuer certificate (Level C);
additional credentials                                  Marshal provincial test. "The Ontario
                                                        Association of Fire Chiefs and the Office of
                                                                                                          •   Valid standard first aid;
                                                                                                          •   Recent, clear (no convictions) criminal
Qualified graduates of this program may be              the Fire Marshal Endorsement Review Board             records check;
eligible to apply their academic credits                endorse the content of this program. The
towards further study through partnerships                                                                •   Community partners require students to
                                                        Board expressly does not endorse the
with many Canadian and international                                                                          have a clear police record check for field
                                                        delivery of this program, tools and/or
colleges and universities.                                                                                    placement; and
                                                        equipment used in the program."
See page 30 or visit                                                                                      •   If you have been convicted of an offense
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                                                                           under the criminal code for which you
                                                                                                              have not been pardoned, you may be
                                                                                                              unable to participate in field placements.
                                                                                                              Successful completion of a field placement
                                                                                                              is a requirement for graduation.


                                                                                                              Employment opportunities
                                                                                                          •   Municipal fire departments; and
                                                                                                          •   Industrial fire and safety.




                                                                                                              YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                              TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    10,433
                                                                                                              STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
                                                                                                              LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $       500


                                                                                                              FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Fitness and Health Promotion
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Fitness and Health Promotion)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                         Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca          Oshawa campus
School of Health & Community Services                    ontariocolleges.ca application code: FIT        www.hcs.durhamcollege.ca
                                                         September 2010




Program of study                                         Program description                             Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                      This four-semester diploma program is           •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY (BIOL 1302)                         based on both academic and practical                Student Status (MSS)
COMMUNICATION FOR FITNESS HEALTH PROMOTION (COMM 1338)   courses, which provide graduates with the
INTRODUCTION TO FITNESS MANAGEMENT (FITS 1302)
                                                                                                         •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC 1000)
                                                         knowledge, skills and experiences required          subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
INTRODUCTION TO WELLNESS (HLTH 1310)                     for careers as health and fitness                   OAC, College Preparation (C),
NUTRITION I (NUTR 1302)                                  professionals.                                      University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                      The curriculum is designed to provide               University Preparation (U) or Post-
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II (BIOL 2302)                      students with both the theoretical and hands        secondary (college or university)
COMMUNITY & CIVIC LIFE (SOCI 2304)
LEADERSHIP & MOTIVATION (FITS 2301)                      on experience required by a                         » Grade 12 English
MECHANICS OF EXERCISE (FITS 2300)                        multidimensional fitness professional.              » Grade 11 or 12 biology
NUTRITION II (NUTR 4300)                                 Courses include anatomy and physiology,
PREVENTION & TREATMENT OF INJURIES (FITS 2302)
                                                         wellness, nutrition, fitness assessment,            » Exercise Science, Grade 12 – PSE4U
PROGRAM DESIGN (PDSN 2300)                                                                                     credit is strongly recommended for
                                                         personal training, and
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
                                                         marketing/entrepreneurship. These courses             academic success in first year Anatomy
COUNSELING TECHNIQUES (PSYC 3300)                                                                              and Physiology
FIELD PLACEMENT I (FWK 3305)                             position the graduate for employment in this
FITNESS ASSESSMENT & PRESCRIPTION I (FITS 3300)          growing and challenging career.
HEALTH PROMOTION IN DIVERSE POPULATIONS (HLTH 3302)
MARKETING & ENTREPRENEURSHIP (MKTG 3305)
PERSONAL TRAINING & PROGRAMMING (FITS 3301)
                                                         The program also includes practical learning
                                                         in a fitness setting. Two field placement
                                                                                                         Employment opportunities
RESEARCH TECHNIQUES & APPLICATION (RSRC 3300)            opportunities will provide the student with     Graduates find employment in a variety of
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                      workplace experience. Upon completion of        commercial fitness facilities, community and
ADVANCED EXERCISE LEADERSHIP (FITS 4302)                 this program, students will be eligible to      recreation centres, employee fitness centres,
ADVANCED PERSONAL TRAINING TECHNIQUES (FITS 4301)                                                        hospitals and rehabilitation clinics, as
FIELD PLACEMENT II (FWK 4314)
                                                         participate in two nationally recognized
FITNESS ASSESSMENT & PRESCRIPTION II (FITS 4300)         professional certifications in group exercise   exercise leaders, fitness programmers, hotel
HOLISTIC WELLNESS APPLICATIONS (HLTH 4303)               instruction, and personal training.             and condominium facility managers and
PROGRAM MANAGEMENT (PRGM 4300)                                                                           personal trainers.
                                                                                                         Graduates may also start their own personal
For course descriptions visit the individual program
                                                                                                         training business upon successful
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                                                                         completion of certification.


                                                                                                         Year 2 field placement requirements
Opportunities for                                                                                        •   Current CPR Level C;
degree completion or                                                                                     •   Criminal reference check with vulnerable
additional credentials                                                                                   •
                                                                                                             sector screening; and
                                                                                                             Students who cannot provide a clear
Qualified graduates of this program may be                                                                   criminal reference check may be denied the
eligible to apply their academic credits                                                                     opportunity to enter placement and this
towards further study through partnerships                                                                   will impact the student’s ability to complete
with many Canadian and international                                                                         the full program and/or secure
colleges and universities.                                                                                   employment.
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.




                                                                                                             YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                             TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
                                                                                                             TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $   12,008
                                                                                                             STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
                                                                                                             LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $       75


                                                                                                             FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Foundations in Art and Design
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Foundations in Art and Design)



One-year Ontario College Certificate                   Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Oshawa campus
School of Media, Art & Design                          ontariocolleges.ca application code: FAD         www.mad.durhamcollege.ca
                                                       September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    The Foundations in Art and Design program        •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
3D DESIGN STUDIO (DESN 1308)                           is a two semester course of study that               Student Status (MSS)
DESIGN STUDIO – FALL (DESF 1302)                       provides exposure to a broad blend of art
DRAWING/VARIETY OF MEDIA (DRAW 1308)
                                                                                                        •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
FIGURE DRAWING (DRAW 1354)
                                                       and design instruction. Students are                 subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
FINE ART STUDIO – FALL (DESF 1303)                     encouraged and required to explore and               OAC, College Preparation (C),
IDEAS & IMAGES (DESF 1304)                             experiment with the materials and ideas of           University/College Preparation (M),
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL RESOURCES (DIGI 1300)          contemporary art and design as they learn
PORTFOLIO ASSESSMENT – FAD (PORT 1300)                                                                      University Preparation (U) or Post-
                                                       about career possibilities in the art and            secondary (college or university)
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    design world. As well, they will develop a
ADVANCED DRAWING (DRAW 2305)                                                                                » Grade 12 English
ART APPRECIATION (ART 2300)                            portfolio that may be used to help them gain
CREATIVE STUDIO (DESF 1305)                            entrance into more advanced art or design            » Experience and/or background in art
DESIGN STUDIO – WINTER (DESF 2301)                     programs.                                               making is recommended
DIGITAL DRAWING (DRAW 2304)                                                                                 » Students should be willing to engage in the
EXHIBITION WORKSHOP (WORK 2300)                        Durham College has working arrangements
FINE ART STUDIO – WINTER (DESF 1307)                   with local public art institutions to provide          exploration of and experimentation with
VISUAL STUDIES/PHOTOGRAPHY (DESF 2302)                 unique showcase and workshop experiences               the many visual art techniques presented in
                                                       off campus.                                            the program.
For course descriptions visit the individual program
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     Many Foundations in Art and Design courses
                                                                                                        Note: Students wishing to enter into more advanced programs
                                                       provide credits that are transferable to other   after completing the FAD program, will be required to have
                                                       post-secondary programs. This can reduce         senior level credits in mathematics (Grade 11). It is the student’s
                                                       one's workload and provide an element of         responsibility to ensure all entrance requirements for advanced
Opportunities for                                      flexibility in the first year of a diploma or    studies in art and design are identified and met.

degree completion or                                   degree program. Graduates of the
                                                       Foundations in Art and Design program find
additional credentials                                 themselves well equipped to achieve success      Employment opportunities
                                                       in future studies. For further information       Graduates normally further their studies in
Durham College programs –
                                                       please visit the School of Media, Art &          art or design programs at Durham College
 » Advertising                                         Design website at www.mad.durhamcollege.ca       and other institutions.
 » Animation – Computer Art
 » Animation – Digital Production
 » Game Development
 » Graphic Design
 » Internet Applications and
   Web Development
 » Multimedia Design

Qualified graduates of this program may be
eligible to apply their academic credits
towards further study through partnerships
with many Canadian and international
colleges and universities.
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.




                                                                                                            YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                            TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                        $      2,220
                                                                                                            TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):                   $     12,008
                                                                                                            STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES                         $        914
                                                                                                            LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES
                                                                                                                 (FAD ART KIT):                             $        680


                                                                                                            FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Game Development
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Game Development)



Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca            Oshawa campus
School of Media, Art & Design                          ontariocolleges.ca application code: GDEV         www.mad.durhamcollege.ca
                                                       September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                               Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    The Game Development program has been             •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
ANIMATING I – GAMES (ANIM 1302)                        developed with input from veterans in the             Student Status (MSS)
CINEMATIC ARTS I – GAMES (CINE 1300)                   digital entertainment industry, and continues
HISTORY OF GAMES (HIST 1300)
                                                                                                         •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
MODELLING I – GAMES (MDRG 1300)
                                                       to garner enthusiastic support from studios           subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
PERFORMANCE I (PERF 1300)                              and professional artists across the country.          OAC, College Preparation (C),
PRE-PRODUCTION DESIGN I – GAMES (PPDN 1300)            Many of our professors come from that                 University/College Preparation (M),
RENDERING I (REND 1300)                                industry, ready to share their knowledge and
TRADITIONAL ART TECHNIQUES I (TRAD 1300)                                                                     University Preparation (U) or Post-
VISUAL NARRATIVES I – GAMES (NARR 1300)                experience with their students.                       secondary (college or university)
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    The focus of this program is on 3D and 2D             » Grade 12 English
ANIMATING II – GAMES (ANIM 2302)                       Game Prototyping. In 3D Gaming, students              » Grade 11 mathematics
CINEMATIC ARTS II – GAMES (CINE 2300)                  explore environmental and level design,
INTRODUCTION TO GAMES (GAME 2300)
                                                       employing modeling, texturing and lighting            » Strong computer application skills are
MODELLING II – GAMES (MDRG 2300)                                                                               required and should be demonstrated in
PERFORMANCE II (PERF 2300)                             techniques, as well as real-time effects. In 2D
PRE-PRODUCTION DESIGN II – GAMES (PPDN 2300)           Gaming, students develop sprite-based                   the portfolio
PRESENTATION TECHNIQUES (COMM 1306)                    games using equal parts scripting and                 » Visual arts credits recommended
RENDERING II (REND 2300)
TRADITIONAL ART TECHNIQUES II (TRAD 2300)              design. All work is supported by foundations      •   Plus applicants are required to submit a
VISUAL NARRATIVES II – GAMES (NARR 2300)               in animating, concept art and pre-production.         portfolio of work for consideration for
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                    Game Development is a challenging and                 admission into the program. An interview
ANIMATING & RIGGING I (ANIM 3310)                      exciting program that gives students a solid          may be required.
COMMUNICATION FOR DESIGN (COMM 1312)
CULTURAL STUDIES – FILM (FILM 3300)
                                                       base in the skills they need to explore new
GAME THEORY & APPLICATION I (GAME 3300)                technology and software with confidence.
ILLUSTRATION I – GAMES (ILUS 3300)
LEVEL DESIGN I (DESN 3320)
                                                       Courses in drawing, film, design and theory
                                                       are all part of a diverse body of study that
                                                                                                         Employment opportunities
MODELLING & TEXTURING I (MDTX 3300)
                                                       provides a comprehensive experience.              It is expected that graduates of this program
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                                                                      may find employment in game studios and in
ANIMATING & RIGGING II (ANIM 4310)                     Industry context is strongly emphasized with
GAME THEORY & APPLICATION II (GAME 4300)               a History of Games course, and                    other fast-growing segments of the Industry
GAMES CODING I (CODE 4300)                             contemporary issues are also an important         such as advergaming, mobile games, and
ILLUSTRATION II – GAMES (ILUS 4300)
                                                       part of classroom discussions. Our students       gaming within the educational context as a:
LEVEL DESIGN II (DESN 4320)
MODELLING & TEXTURING II (MDTX 4300)                   enter the industry with a combination of          • Level designer;
PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT I – GAMES (PORT 4303)            strong technical and creative ability, a          • Game designer;
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5                                    realistic understanding of the world of games     • Game developer;
ANIMATING & RIGGING III (ANIM 5310)                    and a keen sense of professionalism.
GAME PROPOSALS (PROD 5300)                                                                               • Animator;
GAME THEORY & APPLICATION III (GAME 5300)              As the industry continues to experience
                                                                                                         • Modeller/rigger;
GAMES CODING II (CODE 5300)                            explosive growth, our faculty remain
ISSUES & ETHICS IN SCIENCE (ETHC 1302)                 dedicated to the ongoing development of           • Texture artist;
LEVEL DESIGN III (DESN 5320)                                                                             • Concept artist;
                                                       curricula that meets the needs and demands
MODELLING & TEXTURING III (MDTX 5300)
                                                       of this expanding job market.                     • Character designer;
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6
ASSET PRODUCTION STUDIO (PROD 6300)                    Special needs                                     • Lighting designer;
GAME DESIGN STUDIO (DESN 6320)                         Students who have either a visual                 • Scripter;
GAME THEORY & APPLICATION IV (GAME 6300)
PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT II – GAMES (PORT 6303)
                                                       impairment or a fine motor skills impairment      • Game programmer;
                                                       are advised to consult with the Durham
                                                                                                         • Game tester; and
For course descriptions visit the individual program   College special needs coordinator to review
                                                       the demands of this program.                      • Project manager.
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.




Opportunities for
degree completion or
additional credentials
Qualified graduates of this program may be                                                                   YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
eligible to apply their academic credits
                                                                                                             TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     5,039
towards further study through partnerships
                                                                                                             TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    13,988
with many Canadian and international
                                                                                                             STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
colleges and universities.
                                                                                                             LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $       320
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.
                                                                                                             FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Gas Technician 2
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Gas Technician 2)



One-year Ontario College Certificate                   Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca            Whitby campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,            ontariocolleges.ca application code: GFIT         www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                            September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                               Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    This two-semester program focuses on              •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
GAS TECH 2A PRACTICAL (PRAC 1414)                      specialized studies in the natural gas                Student Status (MSS)
GAS TECH 2A THEORY (TRAD 1415)                         and propane fields. The core curriculum
GAS TECH 2A WORK PLACEMENT (WORK 1400)
                                                                                                         •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
GAS TECH COMMUNICATIONS 1 (COMM 1421)
                                                       is standardized and accredited by the                 subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
GAS TECH TRADE CALCULATIONS (CALC 1403)                Technical Standards and Safety Authority              OAC, College Preparation (C),
GAS TECH WORKPLACE LEGISLATION (WPL 1400)              (TSSA) (www.tssa.org), the industry's                 University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    regulatory body.                                      University Preparation (U) or Post-
GAS TECH 2B PRACTICAL (PRAC 2403)                      The curriculum includes theoretical and               secondary (college or university)
GAS TECH 2B THEORY (TRAD 2402)
GAS TECH 2B WORK PLACEMENT (WORK 2400)                 practical workshop experience. Students will          » Grade 12 English
GAS TECH COMMUNICATIONS 2 (COMM 2407)                  receive training in natural gas and propane           » Grade 12 mathematics
GAS TECH SHEET METALS FABRICATION (SMF 2400)           fundamentals, pipe and equipment
OIL BURNER TECHNICIAN 2 PRACTICAL (OB2P 2400)
                                                       installation practices, system testing,               » Valid Gas Technician 3 License
OIL BURNER TECHNICIAN 2 THEORY (OB2T 2400)
                                                       troubleshooting, and applicable code
For course descriptions visit the individual program   requirements.                                     Students who have not obtained a valid Oil
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     Graduates will be eligible to challenge           Burner 3 license or have not passed Oil
                                                       TSSA for certification as a Gas Technician 2.     Burner 3 Practical (OBP3) subjects are not
                                                       This level of certification is required to work   eligible for admittance into Oil Burner 2
                                                       independently on gas-fired equipment and          subjects. These students must enrol in Oil
                                                       piping and is standardized under the criteria     Burner 3 subjects.
                                                       set by the TSSA.
                                                       As a service to our students, Durham College
                                                       will arrange a challenge exam for Gas
                                                                                                         Employment opportunities
                                                       Technician 2 and Oil Burner 2 to be facilitated   Certification as a Gas Technician 2 is an asset
                                                       at the Whitby campus at a cost of                 for those pursuing a career in any of the pipe
                                                       approximately $125 each.                          trades including:
                                                       • These challenge exams may not be                • Plumber apprentice;
                                                          rescheduled and are non refundable.            • Refrigeration and air conditioning
                                                          Should you miss an examination, you will         mechanic;
                                                          be responsible for arranging your own          • Sheet metal worker;
                                                          testing schedule with TSSA;
                                                                                                         • Steamfitter;
                                                       • Although the passing standard for Durham
                                                                                                         • Gas technician and oil burner technician;
                                                          College is 50 per cent; the passing grade
                                                          on the examination and practical skills        • Sprinkler and fire protection installer; and
                                                          demonstration for TSSA will be 75 per          • Building and facility maintenance
                                                          cent. Failure to successfully complete the       technician.
                                                          exam as noted above will result in a failing
                                                          TSSA grade;
                                                       • Students should check with the Technical
                                                          Standards and Safety Authority for details
                                                          regarding certification; and
                                                       • Payment for the above exams must be
                                                          made at the Office of the Registrar, Whitby
                                                          campus, by the specified deadline date
                                                          provided in class. Receipts must be
                                                          presented at time of examination; please
                                                          note that no exceptions will be allowed.




                                                                                                             YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                             TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                 $     2,581
                                                                                                             STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEE:                  $       914


                                                                                                             FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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General Arts and Science (one-year)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: General Arts and Science – One-Year)



One-year Ontario College Certificate                          Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca            Oshawa campus
School of Communication, Language                             ontariocolleges.ca application code: GASC         www.clgs.durhamcollege.ca
& General Studies                                             September 2010, January 2010, May 2010




Program of study                                              Program description                               Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                           The General Arts and Science program              •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) College Prep
BIOLOGY I (BIOL 1301)                                         provides an opportunity to study liberal arts         Level or Mature Student Status (MSS)
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (MATH 1312)                              and science courses. The program is
CANADIAN GOVERNMENT (GOVT 1302)
                                                                                                                •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
CANADIAN LAW (LAW 1319)
                                                              designed to reinforce key academic skills and         subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
CAREER & ACADEMIC CHOICES (CARR 1300)                         to provide a broad range of post-secondary            OAC, College Preparation (C),
CHEMISTRY I (CHEM 1301)                                       courses that can be selected according to             University/College Preparation (M),
COMMUNICATIONS I (COMM 1325)                                  personal interest and goals. Some General
COMPUTERS I (COMP 1326)                                                                                             University Preparation (U) or Post-
CREATIVE WRITING (COMM 1326)                                  Arts and Science courses are transferable to          secondary (college or university)
ECONOMICS I (ECON 1200)                                       other post-secondary programs.                        » Grade 12 English
ENTREPRENEURSHIP (ENTR 4301)
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC 1000)
                                                              To accommodate those students who are
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (SOCI 1000)                         unsure of their long term goals, an academic
LITERATURE (ENG 1304)
MARKETING I (MKTG 1310)
                                                              and career planning course is also available.     Employment opportunities
                                                              As well, individual academic planning
MATHEMATICS FOR SCIENCE (MATH 1311)                                                                             Graduates may proceed to full-time
PHOTOGRAPHY – THEORY & DIGITAL PRACTICES (PHOT 1308)          assistance is offered by the Student Liaison.
                                                                                                                employment or further their studies in other
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                           A student may select courses that suit their      college diploma, advanced diploma
APPLIED MATHEMATICS (MATH 1310)                               individual needs and goals. Students are          programs, or in university degree programs.
BIOLOGY II (BIOL 2301)                                        required to complete 18 hours per week for
CANADIAN LAW (LAW 1319)
CANADIAN STUDIES (CANN 1300)
                                                              two semesters and will take five core courses
CAREER & ACADEMIC CHOICES (CARR 1300)
CHEMISTRY II (CHEM 2301)
                                                              – two communications, two computers, and
                                                              a mathematics course. The remainder of the
                                                                                                                Opportunities for
COMMUNICATIONS II (COMM 2316)
COMPUTERS II (COMP 2325)
                                                              courses are general electives. Electives may      degree completion or
CREATIVE WRITING (COMM 1326)
ECONOMICS II (ECON 2200)
                                                              be chosen from sample 18 hour blocks or
                                                              chosen from a wide variety of electives in
                                                                                                                additional credentials
HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION (HIST 1321)                   consultation with the Student Liaison. Some       Qualified graduates of this program may be
HUMAN RELATIONS (HR 1307)                                                                                       eligible to apply their academic credits
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC 1000)
                                                              of the blocks are designed to prepare
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (SOCI 1000)                         students for future studies in liberal arts and   towards further study through partnerships
ISSUES & ETHICS IN SCIENCE (SNCE 1302)                        others prepare students for further education     with many Canadian and international
LITERATURE (ENG 1304)                                         in health sciences. Many graduates have           colleges and universities.
MARKETING I (MKTG 1310)
PHOTOGRAPHY – THEORY & DIGITAL PRACTICES (PHOT 1308)          chosen to apply to the Bachelor of Science in     See page 30 or visit
POLITICAL SCIENCE (POL 1301)                                  Nursing at UOIT.                                  www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.
POPULAR CULTURE & THE MEDIA (CULT 1000)
PRESENTATION TECHNIQUES (COMM 1306)
PSYCHOLOGY II (PSYC 2302)
SOCIOLOGY II (SOCI 2303)
STATISTICS (MATH 1108)
STRESS, WELLNESS, NUTRITION (HLTH 1357)
SUCCESS MATTERS (SUMA 1100)

In order to complete the certificate or
diploma, electives must be selected from
sample blocks of electives or from selected
credit courses offered across the college
curriculum. Electives typically include
courses such as Psychology, Sociology,
Political Science, Canadian Law, Issues and
Ethics in Science, Human Relations,
Chemistry and Biology.

Note: Some courses may require a course fee. For example,
Analytical Techniques and Chemistry requires a $70 lab fee.
Should you have any questions about course fees, please
enquire at the school office.

For course descriptions visit the individual program
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.                                                                  YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                                    TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                $     2,220
                                                                                                                    TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):           $    12,008
                                                                                                                    STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:                $       914


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General Arts and Science – English for Academic Purposes (domestic)*

English as a Second Language Certificate               Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca                      Oshawa campus
School of Communication, Language                      ontariocolleges.ca application code: GASE                   * Program under review
& General Studies                                      September 2010, January 2011 and May 2011                   www.clgs.durhamcollege.ca




Program description                                    Program of study                                            Entrance requirements
The English for Academic Purposes program                                                                          •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
                                                       COLLEGE PREPARATION
(EAP) is the English language studies option           LEVEL/CODE                                                      Student Status (MSS)
of the General Arts and Science program.               3 EAP3000                                                   •   This program is offered to domestic
Only domestic students (i.e. Canadian                  4 EAP4000                                                       applicants (i.e. Canadian citizens,
citizens, permanent residents/landed                   5 EAP5000                                                       permanent residents/ landed immigrants,
immigrants, convention refugees) may apply.            6 EAP6000
                                                       7 EAP7000                                                       convention refugees) whose first language
The program is designed for non-native                 8 EAP8000                                                       is NOT English. Proof of status is required
English speakers who want to improve their                                                                         •   Proof of ability in English as determined by
English language skills in order to promote                                                                            Durham College English Language
                                                       Based on the results of a language
success in further studies at college.                                                                                 Evaluation testing is required for
                                                       assessment test, new students are placed in
(International students should apply to the                                                                            admission to this program. A minimum
                                                       the appropriate level of study. The core
English for Academic Purposes program for                                                                              proficiency of Level 3 is required (low
                                                       curriculum areas include:
International Students.)                                                                                               intermediate level)
                                                       • Speaking and Communicating;
EAP is an intensive full-time program of 20                                                                        •   International students apply to the English
hours per week of classroom instruction.               • Reading and Responding;
                                                                                                                       for Academic Purposes program (EAP) for
Each level of the program builds skills in             • Writing and Grammar;
                                                                                                                       International Students, see page 81
listening, speaking, reading, and writing until        • Listening and Understanding; and
by Level 8, students are able to work with             • Social and Academic Preparation.
college materials.                                                                                                 Post-admission requirements
                                                       Upon successful completion of Level 8,
                                                                                                                   Applicants will write a language placement
                                                       students will receive a Certificate of English
Students develop:                                                                                                  test to determine the level of English they will
                                                       Language Proficiency, which is recognized by
                                                                                                                   study in their first session. Each student
• Effective textbook reading strategies;               Durham College and will satisfy the language
                                                                                                                   admitted to this program will have a personal
• Academic research strategies;                        requirement for entrance into most Durham
                                                                                                                   interview with the coordinator of the program
                                                       College diploma programs.
• Listening and note-taking skills;                                                                                to discuss an appropriate academic plan and
• Academic essay/report writing skills; and                                                                        timeframe for meeting individual goals.
                                                       Note: In addition to satisfying the language requirement,
• Communication and presentation skills for            applicants must also satisfy all academic requirements as   Session start dates 2010-11
  academic and business purposes.                      stated by Durham College.                                   One Session = 8 weeks, One week = 20 hours
These skills will enable them to function in a                                                                     of class instruction in Level 8. Students must
Canadian college environment.                                                                                      take a minimum of two sessions (16 weeks).
Level 8 students may take an approved
General Arts and Science elective for credit
concurrent with their EAP program.                                                                                 Employment opportunities
                                                                                                                   Graduates may proceed to full-time
For course descriptions visit the individual program                                                               employment or further their studies in other
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.                                                                 college diploma or advanced diploma
                                                                                                                   programs.




                                                                                                                       YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                                       TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
                                                                                                                       STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914


                                                                                                                       FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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General Arts and Science – Health Sciences Preparation (one-year) – NEW

One-year Ontario College Certificate                          Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Oshawa campus
School of Communication, Language                             ontariocolleges.ca application code: GASH        www.clgs.durhamcollege.ca
& General Studies                                             September 2010, January 2011




Program of study                                              Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                           The Health Sciences Preparation option of        •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) College Prep
BIOLOGY I (BIOL 1301)                                         the General Arts and Science program is              Level or Mature Student Status (MSS)
CANADIAN GOVERNMENT (GOVT 1302)                               designed for those interested in pursuing a
CANADIAN LAW (LAW 1319)
                                                                                                               •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
CAREER & ACADEMIC CHOICES (CARR 1300)
                                                              health sciences career. This option can              subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
CHEMISTRY I (CHEM 1301)                                       provide the academic foundation necessary            OAC, College Preparation (C),
COMMUNICATIONS 1 (COMM 1325)                                  for success in a health science program, such        University/College Preparation (M),
COMPUTERS 1 (COMP 1326)                                       as Paramedic, Practical Nursing, Dental
HUMAN RELATIONS (HR 1307)                                                                                          University Preparation (U) or Post-
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC 1000)                        Assistant and Dental Hygiene. It is                  secondary (college or university)
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (SOCI 1000)                         specifically designed for those who lack the         » Grade 12 English
MATHEMATICS FOR SCIENCE (MATH 1311)                           science, communication and/or mathematics
PHOTOGRAPHY – THEORY & DIGITAL PRACTICE (PHOT 1308)
POPULAR CULTURE & THE MEDIA (CULT 1000)
                                                              background necessary for admission or for
STRESS WELLNESS & NUTRITION (HLTH 1317)
SUCCESS MATTERS (SUMA 1100)
                                                              mature applicants returning to school. In
                                                              addition, it will familiarize students with
                                                                                                               Employment opportunities
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                           college life and the demands of a college        Graduates may proceed to full-time
BIOLOGY II (BIOL 2301)                                        workload.                                        employment or further their studies in other
CANADIAN LAW (LAW 1319)                                                                                        college diplomas, advanced diploma
CANADIAN STUDIES (CANN 1300)                                  This program is two semesters in length, and
                                                                                                               programs, or in university degree programs
CAREER & ACADEMIC CHOICES (CARR 1300)                         will reinforce key academic skills and provide
CHEMISTRY II (CHEM 2301)                                                                                       in the health sciences.
                                                              a broad range of post-secondary courses that
CIVIC LIFE (GNED 1301)
COMMUNICATIONS II (COMM 2316)
                                                              can be selected according to personal
COMPUTERS II (COMP 2325)
CONTEMPORARY CANADIAN SOCIAL ISSUES & PROBLEMS (GNED 1401)
                                                              interest and goals. Students who
                                                              successfully complete this program will
                                                                                                               Opportunities for
CREATIVE WRITING (COMM 1326)
HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC (GNED 1204)
                                                              receive bonus points when being considered       degree completion or
                                                              for admission to the above health sciences
HUMAN RELATIONS (HR 1307)
ISSUES & ETHICS IN SCIENCE (SCNE 1302)                        programs. It should be noted however that        additional credentials
POPULAR CULTURE & THE MEDIA (CULT 1000)                       admission is not guaranteed.                     Qualified graduates of this program may be
PRESENTATION TECHNIQUES (COMM 1306)
PSYCHOLOGY II (PSYC 2302)                                     A student may select courses that suit his or    eligible to apply their academic credits
SOCIOLOGY II (SOCI 2303)                                      her individual needs and goals. Students are     towards further study.
STRESS, WELLNESS, NUTRITION (HLTH 1357)                       required to complete 18 hours per week in        See page 30 or visit
Note: Some courses may require a course fee. For example,     class, for two semesters. Five core courses      www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide for
Analytical Techniques and Chemistry requires a $70 lab fee.   are required, and include: two                   additional opportunities.
Should you have any questions about course fees, please       communications; two computers; and one
enquire at the school office.                                 mathematics course. In addition, students
                                                              will select biology and chemistry courses, as
For course descriptions visit the individual program          required for admission to their goal program.
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.            Electives may be chosen from a wide variety
                                                              of options.
                                                              Students select electives from sample blocks
                                                              of electives or from selected credit courses
                                                              offered across the college curriculum.
                                                              Electives typically include courses such as
                                                              Psychology, Sociology, Political Science,
                                                              Canadian Law, Issues and Ethics in Science,
                                                              and Human Relations.




                                                                                                                   YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                                   TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                $     2,220
                                                                                                                   TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):           $    12,008
                                                                                                                   STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:                $       914


                                                                                                                   FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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General Arts and Science – University Articulation (two-year)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: General Arts and Science)


Two-year (16 consecutive months)                       Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca            Oshawa campus
Ontario College Diploma
                                                       ontariocolleges.ca application code: GASC         www.clgs.durhamcollege.ca
School of Communication, Language
& General Studies                                      September 2010, January 2011, May 2011




Program of study                                       Program description                               course will be given. Trent also requires
                                                                                                         completion of the University Preparation 101
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    Ontario College Diploma (4 semesters)             course offered by Trent University's
ACCOUNTING I (ACCT 1200)                               State University Of New York (SUNY)               Academic Skills Centre at Durham or Trent's
BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I (COMP 1209)           Potsdam Articulation Stream (Subject to           Peterborough campus
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (MATH 1202)
COLLEGE COMMUNICATION SKILLS (COMM 1202)
                                                       final approval)                                   or online.
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT I (HRM 1200)                 In this articulation program a student can        Note: Some courses may require a course fee. For example,
MARKETING I (MKTG 1200)                                complete an Ontario College Diploma and be        Analytical Techniques and Chemistry requires a $70 lab fee.
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT I (OPER 1200)                                                                      Should you have any questions about course fees please
                                                       given credit for two years of university. To      enquire at the school office.
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    complete this diploma, students are required
BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS II (COMP 2209)
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (MATH 1202)                       to complete 18 hours per week for four
COLLEGE COMMUNICATION SKILLS (COMM 1202)               semesters, including five core courses – two
ECONOMICS I (ECON 1200)
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING (BUSI 1101U)
                                                       communications, two computers, and a              Entrance requirements
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT II (HRM 2200)
                                                       mathematics course. The remainder of
                                                                                                         •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
MARKETING II (MKTG 2200)                               courses are general electives with certain
                                                                                                             Student Status (MSS)
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                    course selections required by SUNY
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS I (COMM 3200)                  Potsdam. Students may choose from sample          •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
ECONOMICS II (ECON 2200)                               18 hour blocks or from a variety of electives         credits: General (G), Advanced (A), OAC,
FINANCE I (BUSI 2401U)                                 in consultation with the Student Liaison.             College Preparation (C), University/College
MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING (BUSI 2170U)                                                                           Preparation (M), University Preparation (U)
PROJECT MANAGEMENT (PROJ 1202)                         Students who complete the two-year General
STATISTICS I (MATH 2201)                                                                                     or Post-secondary (college or university)
                                                       Arts and Science diploma at Durham College
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    with a GPA of 2.25 can transfer to the State      •   Grade 12 English
ADVERTISING & SALES PROMOTION (SALE 3201)              University of New York (SUNY) at Potsdam
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS II (COMM 4200)
BUSINESS LAW (LAW 1213)
                                                       for an additional two years to complete a
FINANCE II (BUSI 2402U)
STATISTICS II (MATH 3200)
                                                       four-year BA or BSc degree. SUNY Potsdam
                                                       gives free room and board to Ontario
                                                                                                         Employment Opportunities
UNIVERSITY LIBERAL STUDIES ELECTIVE (TBA)              undergraduate students                            Graduates may proceed to full-time
                                                       (www.potsdam.edu/). Students who hope to          employment or further their studies in other
For course descriptions visit the individual program                                                     college diploma, advance diploma programs,
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                       teach in Ontario schools may spend an
                                                       additional year at SUNY Potsdam to                or in university degree programs.
                                                       complete the Master of Science in Teaching
                                                       (MST) degree (minimum GPA of 2.75
Opportunities for                                      required in the BA or BSc). Practice teaching
                                                       assignments are arranged in Ontario schools.
degree completion or                                   MST graduates may apply for certification
additional credentials                                 with the Ontario College of Teachers. SUNY
                                                       provides free accommodation to Ontario
Qualified graduates of this program may be             graduate students.
eligible to apply their academic credits
towards further study.                                 Ontario College Diploma (four-semester)
Agreements are in place with:
                                                       Trent University Articulation Stream
                                                       In this articulation program, a student may
• State University of New York (SUNY)
                                                       select courses that suit their individual needs
  at Potsdam (Year 3)                                  and goals, and receive an Ontario College
• Trent University                                     Diploma and credit for one year towards a
  » Bachelor of Arts (Year 2)                          three-year general degree at Trent University
• University of Ontario Institute of                   (www.trentu.ca). Students begin by
  Technology                                           completing the requirements of the
                                                       Certificate program with a minimum GPA 3.5
  » Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)
                                                       (75 per cent - B). Following the first year,
     (bridge to Year 3)
                                                       students will then complete a Trent
See page 30 or visit                                   University 100 level course with a minimum
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide for                 grade of 60 per cent. These courses may be
additional opportunities.                              taken on the Durham College campus and
                                                       can be integrated into the General Arts and
                                                       Science curriculum reducing the second-year           YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
                                                       program requirement for two semesters to a            TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                     $      2,220
                                                       total of 18 hours per week. Following                 TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):                $     12,008
                                                       successful completion of the two year                 STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:                     $        914
                                                       Ontario College Diploma and the Trent
                                                       course, four unassigned Trent credits and             FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14
                                                       one credit for the completed 100 level Trent




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Graphic Design
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Graphic Design)



Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma                   Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca               Oshawa campus
School of Media, Art & Design                                 ontariocolleges.ca application code: GRPH            www.mad.durhamcollege.ca
                                                              September 2010




Program of study                                              Program description                                  Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                           The program prepares students for the graphic        •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
COLOUR THEORY (COLR 1301)                                     design field as an entry level designer. Graphic         Student Status (MSS)
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (PHOT 1310)                               designers develop images that persuade,
DRAWING I (DRAW 1301)
                                                                                                                   •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
HISTORY OF ART (HIST 1307)
                                                              inform and instruct. Students learn the skills to        subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER CONCEPTS (COMP 1332)                 solve specific visual problems through                   OAC, College Preparation (C),
LAYOUT & DESIGN I (DESN 1301)                                 practical work that covers the broad spectrum            University/College Preparation (M),
TYPOGRAPHY I (TYPE 1301)                                      of visual communication in corporate, editorial          University Preparation (U) or Post-
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                           and advertising design.                                  secondary (college or university)
DIGITAL DESIGN I (COMP 2336)
DIGITAL ILLUSTRATION & DESIGN I (COMP 2302)                   The program of studies includes the                      » Grade 12 English
DIGITAL IMAGERY & EDITING I (COMP 2337)                       fundamentals of design, typography, design               » Grade 11 mathematics
DRAWING II (DRAW 2301)                                        concepts and digital technology in the first
HISTORY OF GRAPHIC DESIGN (HIST 1317)
                                                              year. The second and third years provide the             » Visual arts credits recommended
LAYOUT & DESIGN II (DESN 2301)
PRESENTATION TECHNIQUES (COMM 1306)                           opportunity to apply these principles to a               » Plus a portfolio submission of artwork
TYPOGRAPHY II (TYPE 2301)                                     variety of design problems.                              » An interview may be granted on request
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                           Other areas of study include colour theory,                by the applicant.
ADVERTISING DESIGN (DESN 3300)                                drawing, packaging, photography, history of
COMMUNICATION FOR DESIGN (COMM 1312)                                                                               Special needs
CORPORATE DESIGN (DESN 3305)                                  art and the history of graphic design along with     Students who have either a visual
DIGITAL DESIGN II (COMP 3314)                                 editorial and corporate design. The sixth            impairment or a fine motor skills impairment
DIGITAL ILLUSTRATION & DESIGN II (COMP 3302)                  semester is spent off-campus as an intern at
DIGITAL IMAGERY & EDITING II (COMP 3315)
                                                                                                                   are advised to consult with the Durham
DRAWING III (DRAW 3300)
                                                              either a design studio or an in-house studio.        College Special Needs Coordinator to review
TYPOGRAPHY III (TYPE 3300)                                    Graduating students have the opportunity to          the demands of this program.
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                           display design projects from their portfolio
APPLIED DESIGN (COMP 4309)                                    studies course at the annual student spring
EDITORIAL DESIGN (DESN 4302)
NEW MEDIA (MEDI 4303)
                                                              exhibit held in Toronto. Graduates find              Employment opportunities
PACKAGING DESIGN (DESN 4304)                                  rewarding employment in this rapidly                 As a graphic designer with:
PORTFOLIO ASSESSMENTS (PORT 2300)                             expanding industry.
PREPRESS PRODUCTION (DESN 4305)                                                                                    • Graphic design studios;
VISITING DESIGNERS (DESN 2100)                                Mobile Learning program                              • In-house corporate design studios;
                                                              To ensure that students are provided with an
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5                                                                                                • Magazine design firms;
FIELD PLACEMENT SEMINAR (FWKS 5304)                           innovative learning environment and the
PORTFOLIO STUDIES (PORT 5302)                                 advanced technology skills required in the           • Packaging design studios;
THE BUSINESS OF GRAPHIC DESIGN (DESN 5307)                    workplace, this program requires the use of a        • Advertising agencies;
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6                                           laptop computer. Students receive a laptop           • Publishing companies;
FIELD PLACEMENT – GRAPHICS (FWK 6303)                         from the Durham College Mobile Computing             • Newspaper advertising departments;
*Note that the program of study is under development and
                                                              Department and have immediate access to
                                                                                                                   • Multimedia studios;
subject to change without notice. For the most up-to-date     ongoing support and services through the IT
information please visit the program information section at   Support Centre. Laptop users have access to          • Pre-press/service bureaus;
www.durhamcollege.ca.                                         wired and wireless connectivity on campus,           • Printing companies; and
                                                              the use of course and domain-specific                • Self-employment.
For course descriptions visit the individual program          software, printing services and a state-of-the-art
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.            learning infrastructure to facilitate
                                                              communication and collaboration. Students in
                                                              this mobile learning program are also provided
Opportunities for                                             with online resources and in-person training
                                                              programs to ensure the greatest educational
degree completion or                                          benefit from the laptop’s rich suite of software.
                                                              Please note that laptops other than those
additional credentials                                        provided by Durham College will not be
Qualified graduates of this program may be                    supported in this program. The opportunity to
eligible to apply their academic credits                      apply for the ownership of the laptop is available
towards further study through partnerships                    to qualifying students who are completing their
with many Canadian and international                          graduating term. For further information, please         YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
colleges and universities.                                    consult www.durhamcollege.ca/mobile.
                                                                                                                       TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     2,357
See page 30 or visit                                          Approximate mobile learning fees are listed at
                                                                                                                       TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    12,008
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                           the bottom of this program page.
                                                                                                                       STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
                                                                                                                       LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $       647
                                                                                                                       MOBILE LEARNING FEE:                   $     1,578


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Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Techniques – HVAC
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Techniques)



One-year Ontario College Certificate                   Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca             Program previously oversubscribed
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,            ontariocolleges.ca application code: HVAC          Whitby campus
Skilled Trades & Technology                            September 2010                                     www.aast.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                       Program description                                Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    The core curriculum of this program is             •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
HVAC CONSTRUCTIONS BLUEPRINT (BLUE 1412)               standardized and accredited by the Technical           Student Status (MSS)
HVAC GAS TECHNICIAN 3 PRACTICAL (GT3P 1401)            Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA)
HVAC GAS TECHNICIAN 3 THEORY (GT3T 1400)
                                                                                                          •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
HVAC HEAT SYSTEMS (HEAT 1402)
                                                       (www.tssa.org), the industries regulatory body.        subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
HVAC ROPES/RIGGING (ROPE 1400)                         This program concentrates on the                       OAC, College Preparation (C),
HVAC SHEET METAL FABRICATION 1 (SMF 1401)              fundamentals of heating, ventilation and air           University/College Preparation (M),
HVAC WELDING (WELD 1409)
MATHEMATICS 1 (MATH 1424)                              conditioning, piping practices, sheet metal            University Preparation (U) or Post-
                                                       fabrication, hot water systems and                     secondary (college or university)
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2
COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 2400)                             refrigeration principles. Industry                     » Grade 12 English
HVAC COOLING SYSTEMS (CS 2400)                         standardized design practices are followed             » Grade 12 mathematics – technical
HVAC GAS TECH 3 PIPE PRACTICES (PIPE 2400)             for residential, commercial and industrial
HVAC GAS TECH 3B THEORY (GT3T 2400)                                                                             mathematics recommended
HVAC OIL BURNER TECHNICIAN 3 PRACTICAL (OB3P 2400)
                                                       systems.
                                                                                                              » Two additional senior level credits
HVAC OIL BURNER TECHNICIAN 3 THEORY (OB3T 2400)        Students develop skills in soldering, wiring,
HVAC SHEET METAL FABRICATION 2 (SMF 2401)              and electric circuitry for HVAC and gas
HVAC VENTING PRACTICES (VENT 2401)
                                                       installation systems. Students are also
For course descriptions visit the individual program   exposed to computer-aided design that is           Employment opportunities
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     used to develop HVAC systems. Curriculum
                                                                                                          • Gas technician, oil burner technician;
                                                       will include working on a wide range of
                                                       furnaces, cooling systems, and appliances.         • Refrigeration and air conditioning
                                                                                                            apprentice;
                                                       Graduates will be eligible to challenge TSSA
                                                       for certification as a Gas Technician 3 and an     • Sprinkler and fire protection installer;
                                                       Oil Burner Technician 3. The theoretical and       • Building and facilities maintenance
                                                       practical skills required to obtain these entry-     technician; and
                                                       level certifications will be covered in this       • Plumber apprentice.
                                                       program.
                                                       As a service to our students, Durham College
                                                       will arrange a challenge exam for Gas
                                                       Technician 3 and Oil Burner 3 exam to be
                                                       facilitated here at the Whitby campus at a
                                                       cost of approximately $125 each.
                                                       • Payment for the above exams must be
                                                         made at the Office of the Registrar, Whitby
                                                         campus. Specified deadline date provided
                                                         in class. Receipts must be presented at
                                                         time of examination; please note no
                                                         exceptions will be allowed;
                                                       • These challenge exams may not be
                                                         rescheduled and are non-refundable.
                                                         Should you miss an examination, you will
                                                         be responsible for arranging your own
                                                         testing schedule with TSSA;
                                                       • Although the passing standard for Durham
                                                         College is 50 per cent; the passing grade
                                                         on the examination and practical skills
                                                         demonstration for TSSA will be 75 per
                                                         cent. Failure to successfully complete the
                                                         exam as noted above will result in a failing
                                                         TSSA grade; and
                                                       • Students should check with the Technical
                                                         Standards and Safety Authority for details
                                                         regarding certification.
                                                                                                              YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                              TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,581
                                                                                                              STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914


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Hospitality Management – Hotel and Restaurant – NEW*
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Hotel and Restaurant Management)


Two-year Ontario College Diploma                               Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca          Oshawa campus
School of Business, IT and Management                          ontariocolleges.ca application code: HMGT       *Pending approval
                                                               September 2010                                  www.bitm.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                               Program description                             Entrance requirements
                                                               This two-year diploma program focuses           •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
Note: The program of study is under development.               on the restaurant and hotel sectors and is          Student Status (MSS)
For the most up-to-date information please visit the program   designed to provide students with a
information section at www.durhamcollege.ca.                                                                   •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
                                                               thorough foundation of the skills required to       subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
                                                               begin a career in those sectors. The                OAC, College Preparation (C),
                                                               emphasis of the curriculum is on customer           University/College Preparation (M),
Opportunities for                                              service, tourism, health and safety,
                                                               accommodation operations, and food and
                                                                                                                   University Preparation (U) or Post-
                                                                                                                   secondary (college or university)
degree completion or                                           beverage operation. Courses include                 » Grade 12 English
                                                               leadership, menu planning, cost control, law
additional credentials                                         and hospitality management projects.
Qualified graduates of this program may be                     Students also receive basic business training
eligible to apply their academic credits                       in human resources, finance, marketing,         Employment opportunities
towards further study through partnerships                     information technology and communication
                                                                                                               Graduates of the program can choose to
with many Canadian and International                           skills. As well, students will acquire
                                                                                                               work in hotels and restaurants, golf courses,
colleges and universities.                                     certification and training in Smart Serve.
                                                                                                               resorts, cruise lines, retirement homes,
Please note that graduates of the Hotel and                    A four-week workplace placement                 catering facilities and other food and
Restaurant Management program, planning                        component completed in a restaurant, hotel,     beverage or lodging facilities. They will work
on degree completion, may qualify for the                      golf course, catering or other approved food    in accommodation front office and reception
University of Ontario Institute of Technology                  and beverage facility in Semester 4, will       positions, housekeeping administration,
Bachelor of Commerce bridge program                            provide students with practical, hands-on       sales and marketing, food and beverage
leading to the third year of the Bachelor of                   experience and the opportunity to apply the     administration, banquet and catering
Commerce (Honours) degree. Graduates                           theories and concepts learned in the            operations, and in event and conference
require a cumulative 75 per cent average.                      program.                                        management. Job titles include:
For further information, please visit
                                                                                                               • Front desk supervisor;
www.businessandit.uoit.ca/bridging.
                                                                                                               • Reservations agent;
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide for                                                                         • Guest service attendant;
additional opportunities.                                                                                      • Catering coordinator; and
                                                                                                               • Banquet supervisor.


                                                                                                               After a few years experience, graduates
                                                                                                               should expect a supervisory or management
                                                                                                               position in the above sectors of the industry.




                                                                                                                   YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                                   TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                $     2,220
                                                                                                                   TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):           $    12,008
                                                                                                                   STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:                $       914


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Human Resources Management (graduate certificate)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Human Resources Management)



One-year (2.5 semesters) Ontario                            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca          Daytime or Continuing Education
College Graduate Certificate                                ontariocolleges.ca application code: HURM       Oshawa campus
School of Business, IT & Management                         September 2010                                  www.bitm.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                            Program description                             Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                         This program is designed for students who       • Three-year college diploma or university
ACCOUNTING I (HURM) (ACCT 4208)                             have previous education or work experience,       degree
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY (HURM) (HLTH 4200)             please see the entrance requirements section
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR FOR HR PROFESSIONALS (HURM)
                                                                                                            or
 (HRM 4203)
                                                            of this page for further detail.                • A minimum of three to five-years of related
PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (HURM) (HRM 4201)   Human resources professionals play a              business HRM experience in a business
RECRUITMENT & SELECTION (HURM) (HRM 4204)                   strategic role in the selection, training,        setting (must submit a resumé and
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                         development and management of people              references) and Ontario Secondary School
COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT (HURM) (HRM 5200)                   within an organization.
EMPLOYEE & LABOUR RELATIONS (HURM) (LABR 5202)                                                                Diploma (OSSD)
FOUNDATIONS OF MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING (HURM)                 This intensive program prepares students,
  (ACCT 5208)                                               with a three-year college diploma or a
HUMAN RESOURCES PLANNING (HURM) (HRM 5204)
TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT (HURM) (HRM 5203)
                                                            university degree or at least three years of    Employment opportunities
                                                            relevant work experience, for HR positions in   •   Human resources generalist;
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
FIELD PLACEMENT (HURM) (FWKH 6202)
                                                            a variety of workplace settings including:
                                                                                                            •   Health and safety officer;
                                                            manufacturing, business, health care,
                                                            education, government services, consulting,     •   Recruiter;
For course descriptions visit the individual program
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.          and the not-for-profit sector.                  •   Compensation consultant;
                                                            Students study key areas of human               •   Human resources planner;
                                                            resources management such as HR planning;       •   Labour relations advisor;
                                                            employee and labour relations;
Opportunities for                                           compensation management; organizational
                                                                                                            •   Employment equity coordinator;
                                                                                                                Training and development officer; and
degree completion or                                        behaviour; managerial accounting; training
                                                                                                            •
                                                                                                            •   Employee relations consultant.
                                                            and development; health and safety;
additional credentials                                      recruitment and selection and performance
Qualified graduates of this program may                     management.
be eligible to apply their academic credits                 Graduates are eligible for complete
towards further study through partnerships                  course accreditation for the Certified
with many Canadian and international                        Human Resources Professional (CHRP)
colleges and universities.                                  (www.hrpao.org) designation
See page 30 or visit                                        from the Human Resources Professionals
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                         Association of Ontario (www.hrpao.org).
                                                            A five-week project-based field placement
                                                            allows students to apply concepts in a
                                                            practical work setting and to gain experience
                                                            to help in launching their careers.




                                                                                                                YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                                TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,727
                                                                                                                TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $   12,008
                                                                                                                STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914


                                                                                                                FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Human Services Worker
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Human Services Worker)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                       Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Daytime or Continuing Education
School of Health & Community Services                  ontariocolleges.ca application code: HSW         Program previously oversubscribed
www.hcs.durhamcollege.ca                               September 2010                                   Oshawa campus




Program of study                                       Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    Durham College's Human Services Worker           •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
FIELD PLACEMENT PREPARATION (FWKS 1500)                program has been approved as a program               Student Status (MSS)
INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION (COMM 2500)                equivalent to the Social Service Worker
INTERVIEWING SKILLS I (COUN 1500)
                                                                                                        •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC 1000)
                                                       program offered at many colleges throughout          subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
ISSUES & ETHICS (COUN 1501)                            Ontario. Graduates of the Human Services             OAC, College Preparation (C),
LIFESKILLS I (COUN 2504)                               Worker program are eligible to be Registered         University/College Preparation (M),
PHARMACOLOGY & BEHAVIOUR (COUN 1504)                   Social Service Workers with the Ontario
RECORD KEEPING & REPORT WRITING (COMM 2502)                                                                 University Preparation (U) or Post-
                                                       College of Social Workers and Social Service         secondary (college or university)
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    Workers (www.ocswssw.org).
CRISIS INTERVENTION (COUN 2506)                                                                             » Grade 12 English
FIELD PLACEMENT I & SEMINAR (FWK 1507)                 This program combines classroom work with            » Three additional senior level credits
INTERVIEWING SKILLS II (COUN 2502)                     practical experience to provide graduates
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (SOCI 1000)
PRINCIPALS OF RESEARCH & DESIGN (HSC 1502)
                                                       with the skills, knowledge and attitudes
                                                       required to work in the diverse and complex      Post-admission requirements
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
DEVELOPMENT ACROSS THE LIFESPAN (PSYC 2500)
                                                       field of community and social services. The      To be eligible for the field placement
FAMILY & FAMILY SYSTEMS (COUN 3501)                    program focuses on the development of            component of this program students are
FIELD PLACEMENT II & SEMINAR (FWK 2501)                front-line counselling skills for work with      required (at student's expense) to provide:
GROUP DYNAMICS (COUN 3503)                             individuals and groups in a variety of social
LIFESKILLS II (COUN 2505)                                                                               • A current criminal reference check,
                                                       service settings. In addition to theoretical       including Vulnerable Sector Screen.
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    models, methods and skills of social work
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC 2501)                                                                           Students who cannot provide a clear
ADDICTIONS THEORY & PRACTICE (COUN 3502)               practice, students receive extensive training      criminal reference may be denied the
CULTURAL ISSUES (COUN 1502)                            in group work, Life Skills methodology,            opportunity to enter field placement, and
FIELD PLACEMENT III & SEMINAR (FWK 3501)               community organizing and development.
SOCIAL POLICY & ADMINISTRATION (SOCI 1501)
                                                                                                          this will impact the student’s ability to
                                                       Throughout the program, students' classroom        complete the full program and/or secure
For course descriptions visit the individual program   learning is complemented with 650 hours of         employment;
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     field experience (supervised by qualified,       • An Entry Immunization form. An applicant
                                                       professional practitioners) in a minimum of        whose health record does not meet the
                                                       two different settings. Students will be           requirements of the college may be asked
                                                       prepared to work in diverse, urban                 to have a second medical examination
Opportunities for                                      communities, and will develop the abilities to     from a physician affiliated with Durham
degree completion or                                   respond to individual and community issues
                                                       of homelessness, poverty, substance abuse,
                                                                                                          College; and

additional credentials                                 mental health concerns, oppression, crisis and
                                                                                                        • Current certificates in Standard First Aid
                                                                                                          and CPR-C.
Qualified graduates of this program may be             other determinants of health and areas of
eligible to apply their academic credits               social justice. An understanding of family
towards further study through partnerships             work, advocacy and proposal writing are
with many Canadian and international                   integral components of the program of study.
colleges and universities.
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.
                                                       Employment opportunities
                                                       Employment is obtained in a wide variety of
                                                       social service settings, including those
                                                       associated with mental health, criminal
                                                       justice, social justice, addictions, education
                                                       and gerontology. Front-line counsellors can
                                                       be employed by:
                                                       • Mental health agencies;
                                                       • Community living associations;
                                                       • Women's shelters;
                                                       • Addiction agencies;
                                                       • Educational institutions;
                                                       • Seniors facilities;                                YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
                                                       • Social services agencies; and
                                                                                                            TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,357
                                                       • Supportive living residences.                      STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
                                                                                                            LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $       20


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Internet Applications and Web Development (Formerly Web Development/Web Design and Development)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Internet Applications and Web Development)


Two-year Ontario College Diploma                               Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca              Oshawa campus
School of Media, Art & Design                                  ontariocolleges.ca application code: WBIN           www.mad.durhamcollege.ca
                                                               September 2010




Program of study                                               Program description                                 Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                            This program prepares students for exciting         •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
COMMUNICATION ESSENTIALS (COMM 1337)                           careers in the growing field of web design and          Student Status (MSS)
DIGITAL IMAGING I (DIGI 1301)                                  development. It is designed to provide students     •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
EXTENSIBLE HTML (PROG 1300)                                    with knowledge, skills, and experiences
INTERFACE DESIGN I (DESN 1306)                                                                                         subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
                                                               necessary to design, develop, and maintain
MATHEMATICS FOR COMPUTING (MATH 1309)                                                                                  OAC, College Preparation (C),
VECTOR GRAPHICS (VECT 1307)                                    internet, intranet and e-commerce applications
                                                               by focusing on skills in programming as well as
                                                                                                                       University/College Preparation (M),
SEMESTER 2                                                                                                             University Preparation (U) or Post-
DIGITAL IMAGING II (DIGI 2300)
                                                               project management, communications for new
                                                               media, configuration of internet services and           secondary (college or university)
INTERFACE DESIGN II (DESN 2308)
INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING (PROG 2305)                        visual design.                                          » Grade 12 English
INTRODUCTION TO SQL (PROG 2304)
                                                               Students work with the latest web technologies
MARKETING & CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR (MKTG 1306)
VECTOR ANIMATION I (VECT 2300)                                 such as PHP, .NET, SQL, XML, Javascript,
                                                               XHTML and applications such as Adobe
                                                                                                                   Special needs
WEB HOSTING (WEB 2301)
                                                               Dreamweaver, Flash, Illustrator and Photoshop.      Students who have either a visual
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                                                                                impairment or fine motor skills impairment
CASCADING STYLE SHEETS (PROG 3300)                             The field placement component of the program
CLIENTSIDE SCRIPTING (PROG 3307)                               offers students the opportunity to connect with     are advised to consult with the Durham
ECOMMERCE (PROG 3306)                                          web developers working within the profession        College Special Needs Coordinator to review
HISTORY OF ART (HIST 1307)                                     and provides students with exposure to current      the demands of this program.
SERVER-SIDE SCRIPTING I (PROG 3305)
VECTOR ANIMATION II (VECT 3300)                                industry practices and trends.
WEBSITE DESIGN I (DESN 3309)                                   Graduates are equipped with a range of skills to
SEMESTER 4                                                     be successful in entry-level positions requiring    Employment opportunities
BUSINESS SKILLS I (BUS 4300)                                   web-based application development. They will        •   Web developers;
FIELD PLACEMENT (FWK 4309)                                     be able to work independently and
FIELD PLACEMENT SEMINAR (FWKS 5305)                                                                                •   Web designers;
                                                               collaboratively with other information
POP CULTURE, FILM & SOCIETY (SOCI 1307)                                                                            •   Content managers;
PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT (PORT 1304)                              technology workers in a variety of environments
SERVER-SIDE SCRIPTING II (PROG 4303)                           including web development firms, computer           •   Project managers; and
WEBSITE DESIGN II (DESN 4306)                                  software development firms, information             •   Entrepreneurs who provide contracted web
XML TECHNOLOGIES (PROG 4300)                                   technology consulting firms, graphic design             development services to companies and
                                                               agencies, and in information technology units in
Note: The program of study is under development.                                                                       organizations.
For the most up-to-date information please visit the program
                                                               the private and public sectors, or they may be
information section at www.durhamcollege.ca.                   self-employed.
                                                               Mobile Learning program
For course descriptions visit the individual program           To ensure that students are provided with an
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.             innovative learning environment and the
                                                               advanced technology skills required in the
                                                               workplace, this program requires the use of a
                                                               laptop computer. Students receive a laptop from
Opportunities for                                              the Durham College Mobile Computing
degree completion or                                           Department and have immediate access to
                                                               ongoing support and services through the IT
additional credentials                                         Support Centre. Laptop users have access to
                                                               wired and wireless connectivity on campus, the
Qualified graduates of this program may be                     use of course and domain-specific software,
eligible to apply their academic credits                       printing services and a state-of-the-art learning
towards further study through partnerships                     infrastructure to facilitate communication and
with many Canadian and International                           collaboration. Students in this mobile learning
colleges and universities.                                     program are also provided with online resources
See page 30 or visit                                           and in-person training programs to ensure the
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide for                         greatest educational benefit from the laptop’s
additional opportunities.                                      rich suite of software. Please note that laptops
                                                               other than those provided by Durham College
                                                               will not be supported in this program. The
                                                               opportunity to apply for the ownership of the
                                                               laptop is available to qualifying students who
                                                               are completing their graduating term.                   YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
                                                               For further information, please consult
                                                               www.durhamcollege.ca/mobile. Approximate                TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
                                                               mobile learning fees are listed at the bottom of        TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $   12,008
                                                               this program page.                                      STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
                                                                                                                       MOBILE LEARNING FEE:                   $    1,294


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Journalism – Print (two-year) / Journalism – Print and Broadcast (three-year)
(MTCU Approved Program Titles: Journalism – Print and Journalism – Print and Broadcast)



Two-year and three-year Ontario                        Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca            Oshawa campus
College Diploma / Advanced Diploma                     ontariocolleges.ca application code: JOUP         www.mad.durhamcollege.ca
School of Media, Art & Design                          September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                               Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    The Journalism – Print and Broadcast              • OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
CANADIAN GOVERNMENT (GOVT 1302)                        program trains students to work as reporters,       Student Status (MSS)
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (PHOT 1310)                        photographers, writers and editors for            • Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
INTERVIEWING & RESEARCH (JOUR 1303)                    newspapers, magazines, broadcast outlets
INTRODUCTION TO JOURNALISM (JOUR 1302)                                                                     subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
                                                       and websites. In addition, students gain the
INTRODUCTION TO MACINTOSH (DTP 1302)                                                                       OAC, College Preparation (C),
INTRODUCTION TO NEWS WRITING (JOUR 1301)               skills to propel them on career paths as
                                                                                                           University/College Preparation (M),
WRITING I FOR JOURNALISTS (ENG 1306)                   senior editors and managers or into
                                                                                                           University Preparation (U) or Post-
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    corporate and government communications.
                                                                                                           secondary (college or university)
COPY EDITING (JOUR 2304)                               As part of the program, students produce the
INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOJOURNALISM (PHOT 2300)            college's award-winning weekly newspaper,           » Grade 12 English (minimum weighted 70
MEDIA LAW & ETHICS (LAW 2209)                                                                                per cent)
PAGINATION (COMP 2379)                                 The Chronicle, and also produce content for
REPORTING I (REPT 2301)                                the online DC News site.                            » Keyboarding and above average written
WRITING FOR BROADCAST I (JOUR 2305)                    Students take part in a seven-week field              and oral communication skills
WRITING II FOR JOURNALISTS (ENG 2306)                                                                        recommended
                                                       placement in the newspaper, magazine,
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                    broadcast or communication fields. This will
FEATURE WRITING (REPT 3304)
                                                       take place at the end of Semester 4 for
INTRODUCTION TO NEW MEDIA (MEDI 3303)
NEWSPAPER PUBLISHING WORKSHOP I (WKSP 3304)            students in the two-year Print program and        Employment opportunities
PHOTOJOURNALISM I (PHOT 3301)                          at the end of Semester 6 for students in the      Reporter, photographer, writer or producer
REPORTING II (REPT 3301)                               three-year Print and Broadcast program.           with:
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    New graduates typically land jobs as
FIELD PLACEMENT (FWK 4302)                                                                               • Daily newspapers;
                                                       reporters or writers with newspapers,
FIELD PLACEMENT SEMINAR (FWKS 4311)                                                                      • Weekly newspapers;
MAGAZINE & FEATURE WRITING (REPT 5302)
                                                       magazines or broadcast outlets, in online
NEWSPAPER PUBLISHING WORKSHOP II (WKSP 4304)           publishing or in communications with              • Magazines and trade publications;
PHOTOJOURNALISM II (PHOT 4301)                         governments or private companies.                 • Online publications;
REPORTING III (REPT 4301)
                                                       Important websites                                • Radio and television; and
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5
BROADCAST NEWS PRODUCTION I (JOUR 3303)                •   DC News online at                             • Communication departments.
CURRENT AFFAIRS (JOUR 2303)                                www.mad.durhamcollege.ca;
MAGAZINE PUBLISHING WORKSHOP (WKSP 4309)
MAGAZINE WRITING (MAGA 5300)                           •   The Chronicle online at
REPORTING IV (REPT 5301)                                   www.mad.durhamcollege.ca; and
WRITING FOR BROADCAST II (JOUR 3301)                   •   School of Media, Art & Design at
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6                                        www.mad.durhamcollege.ca.
BROADCAST NEWS PRODUCTION II (JOUR 6302)
FIELD PLACEMENT (FWK 6307)                             Mobile Learning program
FIELD PLACEMENT SEMINAR (FWKS 6301)
                                                       To ensure that students are provided with an
FREELANCING (JOUR 6301)
MAGAZINE & WEB PUBLISHING (WKSP 5304)                  innovative learning environment and the
MAGAZINE & WEB WRITING (MAGA 6300)                     advanced technology skills required in the
                                                       workplace, this program requires the use of a
For course descriptions visit the individual program   laptop computer. Students receive a laptop
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     from the Durham College Mobile Computing
                                                       Department and have immediate access to
                                                       ongoing support and services through the IT
                                                       Support Centre. Laptop users have access to
Opportunities for                                      wired and wireless connectivity on campus,
degree completion or                                   the use of course and domain-specific
                                                       software, printing services and a state-of-the-
additional credentials                                 art learning infrastructure to facilitate
                                                       communication and collaboration. Students
Qualified graduates of this program may be
                                                       in this mobile learning program are also
eligible to apply their academic credits
                                                       provided with online resources and in-person
towards further study through partnerships             training programs to ensure the greatest
with many Canadian and international                   educational benefit from the laptop’s rich
colleges and universities.                             suite of software. Please note that laptops
See page 30 or visit                                   other than those provided by Durham                YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                    College will not be supported in this              TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     2,220
                                                       program. The opportunity to apply for the
                                                                                                          TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    12,008
                                                       ownership of the laptop is available to
                                                                                                          STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
                                                       qualifying students who are completing their
                                                                                                          LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $        12
                                                       graduating term. For further information,
                                                                                                          MOBILE LEARNING FEE:                   $     1,375
                                                       please consult www.durhamcollege.ca/mobile.
                                                       Approximate mobile learning fees can be
                                                       found at the bottom of this program page.          FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Journalism – New Media (graduate certificate) – NEW*
(MTCU Approved Program Titles: Journalism – New Media)


One-year Ontario College Graduate Certificate          Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Oshawa campus
School of Media, Art & Design                          ontariocolleges.ca application code: JONM        www.mad.durhamcollege.ca
                                                       September 2010                                   *Pending approval




Program of study                                       Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    This program is designed for students who        •   Two-or three-year college diploma in a
ONLINE WRITING                                         have previous education or work experience,          related field, or, a university degree in a
MEDIA ETHICS AND ONLINE JOURNALISM                     please see the entrance requirements section         related field or equivalent.
WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT I
ONLINE REPORTING
                                                       of this page for further detail.                 •   Applicants with at least 5 years related
ONLINE NEWS PRODUCTION I                               Convergence. It has become a media                   work experience may be considered by
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    buzzword for the new millennium but what             submitting a resumé detailing their
WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT II                                 does it mean to a working journalist? The            experience and a portfolio with samples of
ONLINE NEWS PRODUCTION II                              distinctions between print, broadcast and            work done in the field.
PRODUCING MULTIMEDIA
FREELANCING FOR ONLINE JOURNALISM                      online media have blurred resulting in a new
INTERNSHIP                                             form of journalism that combines video,
                                                       audio, images and text to tell stories online.   Employment opportunities
For course descriptions visit the individual program   This program provides students with the
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                                                                        Graduates will be prepared for a career in
                                                       skills to master this form of journalism         the new media. Because this is a graduate
                                                       allowing them to function in an online news      certificate, students will use the skills
                                                       environment in positions such as online          acquired in other related programs and apply
Opportunities for                                      journalists, online producers, multimedia
                                                       producers, online writers and mobile
                                                                                                        then with a focus on the requirement of
                                                                                                        online journalism. They may work in
degree completion or                                   journalists (mojos) or as a self-employed        traditional and in an online news
additional credentials                                 entrepreneur within this fast growing field.     environment in positions such as online
                                                       Students will produce stories for                journalists, online producers, multimedia
Qualified graduates of this program may be                                                              producers, online writers and mobile
                                                       presentation on the web, for mobile phones,
eligible to apply their academic credits                                                                journalists (mojos) or as a self employed
                                                       podcasting, radio, audio/video streaming and
towards further study through partnerships                                                              entrepreneur within this fast growing field.
                                                       print/electronic documentation and
with many Canadian and international                                                                    They may find employment with the many
                                                       publication.
colleges and universities.                                                                              e-published newspapers and magazines
                                                       A seven-week internship will provide
See page 30 or visit                                                                                    currently online and in such areas as public
                                                       students with work experience in an online
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                                                                     relations, entertainment and web site
                                                       environment under the real-world pressure
                                                       of constant deadlines.                           development.




                                                                                                            YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                            TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
                                                                                                            TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $   12,008
                                                                                                            STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914


                                                                                                            FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




Apply today! See page 9 for details.                                                                                         www.durhamcollege.ca 101
Law and Security Administration
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Law and Security Administration)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                       Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Daytime or Continuing Education
School of Justice & Emergency Services                 ontariocolleges.ca application code: LASA        Oshawa campus
                                                       September 2010                                   www.jes.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                       Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    Our two-year program introduces students to      • OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
CANADIAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM (PFP 101)
INTERPERSONAL & GROUP DYNAMICS (PFP 202)
                                                       a diverse range of career options in law           Student Status (MSS)
INTERVIEWING & INVESTIGATIONS (PFP 304)                enforcement. We believe that the student can     • Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMUNICATIONS I (PFP 104)             best be served by becoming graduates who           subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
PRINCIPLES OF ETHICAL REASONING (PFP 106)              are generalists rather than specialists. The
PSYCHOLOGY (PFP 102)                                                                                      OAC, College Preparation (C),
                                                       curriculum reflects a commitment to the            University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    highest quality education so students have
BORDER SERVICES (CUST 1301)                                                                               University Preparation (U) or Post-
BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT (BYLW 1301)                         every opportunity to enhance their chosen          secondary (college or university)
COMMUNICATIONS FOR LASA (COMM 1322)                    careers. The program offers a blend of             » Grade 12 English
CRIMINAL CODE & CIVIL LAW (PFP 231)                    academic, practical and field experience.
CRIMINOLOGY (PFP 201)
ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURES (LASA 1308)
                                                       There is also a general level of fitness
SOCIOLOGY & CANADIAN SOCIETY (PFP 103)                 required to successfully complete all of the     Post-admission requirements
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
                                                       requirements of the Law and Security             • Prior to graduating each student is
ALCOHOL & GAMING (LASA 1309)                           Administration program.                            responsible for acquiring their First
CAREER PREPARATION – LASA (PREP 2301)                  In their final year, students that qualify can     Aid/CPR certification (Level C);
FITNESS I (FITS 1301)
GENERAL EDUCATION (GNED 0000)                          apply their newly acquired skills and            • Some work experience employers require
POLITICS & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (PFP 215)             knowledge by completing a field placement.         current cardiopulmonary resuscitation
SECURITY PRACTICES (LASA 1307)                         Field placements give students a direct,           (CPR) and first aid certificates;
YOUTH & DIVERSITY (LASA 1311)
                                                       supervised, hands-on experience in law           • Students with criminal charges pending or
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    enforcement that will help them launch their
ADVANCED SECURITY (SECT 1301)
                                                                                                          a criminal record (criminal convictions
CORRECTIONS (LASA 1310)
                                                       careers.                                           must be pardoned, sealed or expunged)
FIELD PLACEMENT (FWK 4304)                                                                                may be denied the opportunity to do field
FIRST AID/CPR (CPR 1300)                                                                                  placement;
FITNESS II (FITS 2303)
FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC 1309)
                                                       Employment opportunities                         • Completion and submission of Entry
INVESTIGATION & SURVEILLANCE (LASA 1313)               •   By law enforcement officer;                    Immunization Form; and
OFFICER SAFETY& SITUATIONAL CONTROL PRACTICUM
  (PRAC 2301)                                          •   Casino security officer;                     • Some employers have instituted criminal
PROVINCIAL OFFENCES & EVIDENCE (LASA 1312)             •   Correctional officer;                          record searches as a requirement for
                                                       •   Customs officer;                               appropriate field placements and
For course descriptions visit the individual program                                                      subsequent employment. All costs
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     •   Government enforcement or investigator;
                                                                                                          associated with criminal reference
                                                       •   Hotel security officer;                        searches, tests and proof of certification
                                                       •   Industrial and commercial security;            are the responsibility of the applicant.
Opportunities for                                      •   Police officer;
                                                       •   Private investigator; and
degree completion or                                   •   Youth worker.
additional credentials
Durham College programs –
  » Advanced Law Enforcement and
    Investigations (graduate certificate)
  » Court Support Services
  » Paralegal (graduate certificate)
  » Youth Corrections and Interventions
    (graduate certificate)
Qualified graduates of this program may be
eligible to apply their academic credits
towards further study through partnerships
with many Canadian and international
colleges and universities.
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                                                                       YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                          TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     2,220
                                                                                                          TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    12,008
                                                                                                          STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
                                                                                                          LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $        25


                                                                                                          FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




102     www.durhamcollege.ca                                                                                             Apply today! See page 9 for details.
Legal Administration / Law Clerk
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Legal Administration)



Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Oshawa campus
School of Justice & Emergency Services                 ontariocolleges.ca application code: LEGL        www.jes.durhamcollege.ca
                                                       September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    Ontario's only three-year Law Clerk program      •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
AUTOMATED LAW OFFICE PROCEDURES I (COMP 1382)          provides students with extensive training in         Student Status (MSS)
CANADIAN LAW (LAW 1307)                                both the theory and practice of law which is
COMMUNICATIONS I (COMM 1335)
                                                                                                        •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
CONTRACTS I (LAW 1200)
                                                       complimented by advanced computer                    subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
PC LAW ACCOUNTING – LEGAL ADMIN (ACCT 1312)            training to give graduates the competitive           OAC, College Preparation (C),
PROPERTY I (LAW 1202)                                  edge they need to launch successful legal            University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    careers. Legal courses include all traditional       University Preparation (U) or Post-
AUTOMATED LAW OFFICE PROCEDURES II (COMP 2371)         areas of law including corporate, litigation,        secondary (college or university)
COMMUNICATIONS II FOR LEGAL ADMIN (COMM 2321)          wills and estates, and real estate; this is
CONTRACTS II (LAW 2201)                                                                                     » Grade 12 English
CRIMINAL LAW (LAW 1208)                                enhanced by unique course offerings such as
LEGAL RESEARCH (LAW 1309)                              criminal law, land planning, and intellectual        » Keyboarding at 40 wpm recommended
RESIDENTIAL LANDLORD & TENANT LAW (LAW 2304)           properties and securities law. This program
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                    includes exposure to the concepts,
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (LAW 2313)
AUTOMATED LAW OFFICE PROCEDURES III (COMP 3353)
                                                       legislation, and procedures involved in each
                                                       area, together with the opportunity to work
                                                                                                        Employment opportunities
CIVIL PROCEDURES (LAW 3302)
COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS (TRAN 3200)                    on practical, hands-on projects both in class    •   Law clerk;
CORPORATE LAW I (LAW 1203)                             and in the workplace.                            •   Legal researcher;
TITLE SEARCHING (LAW 3202)
                                                       Completing 350 hours of training through an      •   Corporate services clerk;
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    extensive field placement gives students the
CIVIL LITIGATION (LAW 4302)
                                                                                                        •   Litigation law clerk;
CORPORATE LAW II (LAW 2205)                            skills, confidence and ability to compete for    •   Conveyancer;
FAMILY LAW (LAW 6300)                                  the best jobs with the best firms and
FIELD PLACEMENT I (FWK 4203)                                                                            •   Title searcher;
                                                       organizations. Students complete 70 hours of
LITIGATION & TRIAL SUPPORT (LITG 4300)                                                                  •   Legal services clerk;
TORTS (LAW 1204)
                                                       field placement in their second year and 280
                                                       hours in their third year of study.              •   Financial services clerk;
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5
ADMINISTRATION & INSURANCE LAW (LAW 1209)              This program prepares students to be a law       •   Court clerk/administrator;
CONVEYANCING (LAW 5202)                                clerk and/or assistant. The wide variety of      •   Office management;
FIELD PLACEMENT II (FWK 5201)                          subjects in the program enables graduates to
GENERAL EDUCATION (GNED 0000)                                                                           •   Bankruptcy clerk; and
LAND PLANNING & MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT (LAW 1310)        find employment not only in law offices but
                                                                                                        •   Legal assistant.
WILLS & ESTATE ADMINISTRATION (WILL 5300)              also in government agencies, provincial and
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6                                    municipal legal departments and
ADVANCED ESTATE ADMINISTRATION (ADMN 6300)             corporations, banks, insurance companies,
AUTOMATED LAW OFFICE SOFTWARE (COMP 4310)              and the courts, where a legal and business
FIELD PLACEMENT III (FWK 6203)
LEGAL CAREER PREPARATION (LEGL 5300)
                                                       background is an asset.
PSYCHOLOGY & THE LAW (PSYC 2354)                       The Legal Administration program at
SECURITIES/INTELLECTUAL PROPERTIES (SECR 6300)         Durham College is one of only a few colleges
TAXATION FOR LEGAL ADMINISTRATION (ACCT 1305)
UNIVERSITY CREDIT (CRDT 1000)                          approved by the Institute of Law Clerks of
                                                       Ontario (ILCO) (www.ilco.on.ca). ILCO. Each
For course descriptions visit the individual program   student starting out in the program has an
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     opportunity to become a student member of
                                                       ILCO which will allow them to attend
                                                       seminars, conferences and have access to
                                                       membership benefits while being a student
Opportunities for                                      member.
degree completion or
additional credentials
Durham College programs –
  » Advanced Law Enforcement and
    Investigations (graduate certificate)
  » Court Support Services
  » Paralegal
                                                                                                            YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
  » Youth Corrections and Interventions
    (graduate certificate)                                                                                  TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
                                                                                                            TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $   12,008
Qualified graduates of this program may be
                                                                                                            STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
eligible to apply their academic credits
                                                                                                            LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $       25
towards further study through partnerships
with many Canadian and international
                                                                                                            FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14
colleges and universities.
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.


Apply today! See page 9 for details.                                                                                        www.durhamcollege.ca 103
Mechanical Engineering Technician – Non-Destructive Evaluation
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Mechanical Engineering Technician (Non-Destructive Evaluation)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                          Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca             Oshawa campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,               ontariocolleges.ca application code: NDE           www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                               September 2010




Program of study                                          Program description                                Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1 (FALL)                                The Mechanical Engineering Technician-Non-         •   OSSD, GED, BTSD College Prep Level or
COMMUNICATIONS FOR SUCCESS (COMM 2103)                    Destructive Evaluation program prepares                Mature Student Status (MSS)
ELECTRICITY I (ELEC 1131)                                 students with the education, training and
ENGINEERING DRAWING (DRFT 1107)
                                                                                                             •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
INTRODUCTION TO NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING (NDTE 1100)
                                                          practical experience necessary to                      subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
MATHEMATICS I FOR TECHNICIAN (MATH 1124)                  successfully begin their careers in the field of       OAC, College Preparation (C),
PHYSICAL SCIENCE – TECHNICIAN (PHYS 1122)                 non destructive testing (NDT). Core subjects           University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2 (WINTER)                              offered within the Mechanical Engineering              University Preparation (U) or Post-
APPLIED MECHANICS FOR TECHNICIAN (MECH 2104)              Technician program are also included in this           secondary (college or university)
FLUID POWER I (FLUD 1131)                                 program.
MATHEMATICS II FOR TECHNICIAN (MATH 2124)                                                                        » Grade 12 English
NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING – LIQUID PENETRANT (NDTE 1102)    Non-destructive inspectors engage in the               » Grade 12 mathematics* (college
NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING – MAGNETIC PARTICLE (NDTE 2101)   examination and scientific testing of objects
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (ORGB 1101)                                                                               technology MCT4C or MTT4G)
RADIATION SAFETY (RAD 1131)
                                                          such as cars, trains, airplanes, spacecrafts,
                                                          towers, bridges, ships, power plants,                  » Two additional senior level credits
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 3 – (SPRING/SUMMER)                                                                            » Physics and drafting recommended
CO-OP PLACEMENT I (COOP 1100) (OPTIONAL)
                                                          amusement park rides, etc. A student in this
                                                          program learns how to examine these
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4 (FALL)
                                                          objects without causing any damage or
FUNDAMENTALS OF WELDING INSPECTION (WELD 3100)                                                               *Alternate mathematics entrance opportunity
MATHEMATICS III FOR TECHNICIAN (MATH 3124)                impairment to its future use (hence the term
                                                                                                             Any person applying to this program with an
MEASUREMENT I (MEAS 4134)                                 non-destructive). The purpose of testing in
METALLURGY FOR NON-DESTRUCTIVE (METL 1132)                                                                   alternate mathematic credit, completed or in
                                                          this fashion is to detect any possible internal
NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING – UT ULTRASONIC I (NDTE 3101)                                                        progress, as listed below, will be considered
TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 2136)                      or external defects or to examine the
                                                                                                             for admission.
                                                          properties of the object.
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 5 – (WINTER)                                                                               • Grade 11 mathematics University/College
LAW & ETHICS (GNED 1402)                                  This program offers optional co-op
NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING – EDDY CURRENT (NDTE 4101)
                                                                                                               Preparation (3M), University Preparation (3U)
                                                          opportunities in related industries to
NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING – RADIOGRAPHY (NDTE 5101)                                                            • Grade 12 mathematics College and
NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING – ULTRASONIC II (NDTE 3102)
                                                          qualified students to enhance their practical
                                                          work experience. Co-op opportunities are             Apprenticeship (MAP4C)
STATISTICAL METHODS IN QUALITY CONTROL (STAT 3136)
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 6 – (SPRING/SUMMER)
                                                          very competitive in nature and as such,
CO-OP PLACEMENT II (COOP 2100) (OPTIONAL)                 cannot be guaranteed. A student who has            Note: Candidates should not have a fear of confined spaces or
                                                          chosen to participate in a co-op semester(s)       heights. Subsequent to certification, the tests of visual acuity
                                                                                                             shall be carried out. Some organizations also require a police
For course descriptions visit the individual program      needs to meet the eligibility criteria as set by   check prior to employment.
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.        the employer and Durham College. Qualified
                                                          students can participate in co-op placements
                                                          with various businesses and industries, for
                                                          four months in the spring/summer period
                                                                                                             Employment opportunities
Opportunities for                                         after first year or after second year semester     •   Aerospace;
degree completion or                                      4 for a one-year period.                           •   Oil, gas and petrochemical;
                                                                                                                 Power generation and utilities;
additional credentials                                    All students will graduate with a two-year
                                                          technician diploma. Students who have
                                                                                                             •
                                                                                                             •   Foundries;
Qualified graduates of this program may be                successfully completed a co-op opportunity         •   Automotive, railway and shipping
eligible to apply their academic credits                  will have this recorded on their academic              companies;
towards further study through partnerships                transcript.
with many Canadian and international                                                                         •   Nuclear and other power generating
                                                          At the end of the program, students will be            plants;
colleges and universities.                                prepared to take certification exams as
See page 30 or visit                                                                                         •   Defense and military; and
                                                          administered by the Canadian General
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                       Standards Board (CGSB). Graduates are also         •   Service companies.
                                                          eligible for membership in the Ontario
                                                          Association of Certified Engineering
                                                          Technicians and Technologists (OACETT)
                                                          as a graduate technician.



                                                                                                                 YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                                 TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                       $      2,220
                                                                                                                 TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):                  $     12,008
                                                                                                                 STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:                       $        914
                                                                                                                 PROGRAM FEES:                                  $        200


                                                                                                                 FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




104     www.durhamcollege.ca                                                                                                     Apply today! See page 9 for details.
Mechanical Engineering Technician (two-year)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Mechanical Engineering Technician)



Ontario College Diploma                                Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca            Oshawa campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,            ontariocolleges.ca application code: METC         www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                            September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                               Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    Mechanical Engineering Technician is an           •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
COMMUNICATIONS FOR SUCCESS (COMM 2103)                 exciting two-year program that educates               Student Status (MSS)
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (COMP 1101)                      students in the diversity of mechanical
ENGINEERING DRAWINGS (DRFT 1107)
                                                                                                         •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS I (DRFT 1131)
                                                       technology. Students learn to combine theory          credits: General (G), Advanced (A), OAC,
MANUFACTURING SCIENCES I (MANF 1132)                   with practice in a program that emphasizes            College Preparation (C), University/College
MATHEMATICS I FOR TECHNICIAN (MATH 1124)               laboratory practice. Their skills are enriched        Preparation (M), University Preparation (U)
PHYSICAL SCIENCE – TECHNICIAN (PHYS 1122)              with an increasing emphasis on hands-on,              or Post-secondary (college or university)
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    project based study that can involve both
APPLIED MECHANICS FOR TECHNICIAN (MECH 2104)                                                                 » Grade 12 English
                                                       individual and team work. This program
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS II (DRFT 2131)                                                                          » Grade 12 mathematics* (college
FLUID POWER I (FLUD 1131)                              prepares students to work independently and
MANUFACTURING SCIENCES II (MANF 2132)                  to provide technical support and service as a           technology MCT4C or MTT4G)
MATHEMATICS II FOR TECHNICIAN (MATH 2124)              valued member of an engineering team.                 » Physics and drafting recommended
TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 2136)
                                                       Graduates of the two-year Mechanical
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
CAD I (CAD 3132)
                                                       Engineering Technician Program are                *Alternate mathematics entrance opportunity
MANUFACTURING PROCESSES (MANF 3131)                    prepared to perform many and varied tasks         Any person applying to this program with an
MATHEMATICS III FOR TECHNICIAN (MATH 3124)             that can include Computer Aided Design            alternate mathematic credit, completed or in
MEASUREMENT I (MEAS 4134)                              models, drafting, CNC programming and
METALLURGY I (METL 1131)                                                                                 progress, as listed below, will be considered
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (ORGB 1101)                   quality control procedures. They are also         for admission.
                                                       able to apply their skills in communication,
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                                                                      • Grade 11 mathematics University/College
CAD II (CAD 4132)                                      documentation, computer applications,
                                                                                                           Preparation (3M), University Preparation (3U)
CAM I (CAM 4132)                                       information technology, and teamwork skills
ENGINEERING DESIGN ELEMENTS (DRFT 3131)                                                                  • Grade 12 mathematics College and
                                                       to support the engineering activities of an
LAW & ETHICS (GNED 1402)
                                                       organization.                                       Apprenticeship (MAP4C)
METALLURGY II (METL 2131)
STATISTICAL METHODS IN QUALITY ASSURANCE (STAT 3124)   Graduates are eligible for membership as
SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT I (SYSM 1131)                       graduate technicians in the Ontario
                                                       Association of Certified Engineering
                                                                                                         Opportunities for
For course descriptions visit the individual program
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                       Technicians and technologists (OACETT,            degree completion or
                                                       www.oacett.org).
                                                                                                         additional credentials
                                                                                                         Qualified graduates of this program may be
Employment opportunities                               Internship                                        eligible to apply their academic credits
                                                                                                         towards further study through partnerships
Graduates can begin their career choosing              An internship is paid employment, which
                                                                                                         with many Canadian and international
from a great variety of fields such as energy          enables students to gain long-term practical
                                                                                                         colleges and universities.
systems operations, computer aided design,             work experience directly related to their area
quality control, technical sales, technical            of study. Internships are optional and last 12    See page 30 or visit
support and inspection.                                or 16 months. Students participate in the         www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.
Opportunities for mechanical engineering               internship program prior to their final year of
technicians exist in many sectors including:           study and then return to complete their
                                                       diploma requirements.
• Nuclear power generation;
• Construction and manufacturing industries;
• Oil and gas;
• Chemical and food processing; and
• Consulting.


Job duties can include (but are not limited to)
the following:
• Nuclear Operator;
• CAD designer/draftsperson;
• CMM operator;
                                                                                                             YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
• Production technician;
                                                                                                             TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     2,220
• Quality control technician;
                                                                                                             TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    12,008
• Machine operator; and
                                                                                                             STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
• Technical sales.                                                                                           LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $        30


                                                                                                             FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




106     www.durhamcollege.ca                                                                                                Apply today! See page 9 for details.
Mechanical Engineering Technology (three-year)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Mechanical Engineering Technology)



Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca               Oshawa campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,            ontariocolleges.ca application code: METY            www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                            September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                                  apply to the Lakehead University Bachelor of
                                                                                                            Engineering degree. Following transition
                                                       Mechanical Engineering Technology is an              courses taken during the summer, students will
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1
COMMUNICATIONS FOR SUCCESS (COMM 2103)                 exciting program that educates students in the       be eligible to enter the third year of the four-year
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (COMP 1101)                      diversity of mechanical technology. Students         degree program. For information visit
ENGINEERING DRAWING (DRFT 1107)                        learn to combine theory with practice during         engineering.lakeheadu.ca/wp/?pg=42.
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS I (DRFT 1131)                     extensive laboratory practice. Their skills are
MANUFACTURING SCIENCES I (MANF 1132)
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY I (MATH 1131)
                                                       enriched with an increasing emphasis on hands-
                                                       on, project based study that involves individual     Entrance requirements
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY I LAB (MATH 1133)
PHYSICAL SCIENCE – TECHNOLOGY (PHYS 1131)
                                                       and team work. Students are prepared to work         •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) College Prep Level or
                                                       independently and provide technical support              Mature Student Status (MSS)
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    and service as a valued member of an
APPLIED MECHANICS (MECH 2103)                                                                               •   Plus senior level (Grade. 11 or higher) subject
                                                       engineering team.                                        credits: General (G), Advanced (A), OAC,
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS II (DRFT 2131)
FLUID POWER I (FLUD 1131)                              Students learn to create, modify, and improve            College Preparation (C), University/College
MANUFACTURING SCIENCES II (MANF 2132)                  engineering designs using conventional and               Preparation (M), University Preparation (U) or
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY II (MATH 2131)              computer based methods. They also perform                Post-secondary (college or university)
TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 2136)                   engineering tests that support their designs and         » Grade 12 English
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                    use Computer Aided Engineering (CAE)
                                                                                                                » Grade 12 mathematics*
CAD I (CAD 3132)                                       software/systems to conduct engineering design
CALCULUS (MATH 3132)
                                                                                                                  (college technology MCT4C or MTT4G)
                                                       and analysis. Students also learn to design and
FLUID MECHANICS (FLUD 4131)                            troubleshoot automated control systems and               » Physics and drafting recommended
MANUFACTURING PROCESSES (MANF 3131)                    analyze problems involving fluid dynamics and
MECHANICS OF MATERIALS (MTRL 2132)                                                                          *Alternate mathematics entrance opportunity
METALLURGY I (METL 1131)
                                                       thermodynamics.                                      Any person applying to this program with an
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (ORGB 1101)                   In the third year of this program, students have     alternate mathematic credit, completed or in
                                                       the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge       progress, as listed below, will be considered for
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4
CAD II (CAD 4132)                                      and problem-solving skills in a simulated            admission.
CAM I (CAM 4132)                                       industrial setting in the Integrated Manufacturing   • Grade 11 mathematics University/College
ENGINEERING DESIGN ELEMENTS (DRFT 3131)                Centre (IMC), Durham College's world class              Preparation (3M), University Preparation (3U)
LAW & ETHICS (GNED 1402)                               training facility, unique to post-secondary          • Grade 12 mathematics College and
METALLURGY II (METL 2131)                              training in Canada. A work placement in the final
SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT I (SYSM 1131)                                                                               Apprenticeship (MAP4C)
                                                       year allows students to work one day per week
THERMODYNAMICS (THER 1101)
                                                       for an industrial partner while completing their
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5                                    studies.
CAD III (CAD 5132)
                                                       Graduates are eligible for membership as
                                                                                                            Employment opportunities
CAM II (CAM 5132)
FIELD PLACEMENT (PLAC 1100)                            graduate technologists in the Ontario                Graduates choose from a variety of fields such
FLUID POWER II (FLUD 2132)                             Association of Certified Engineering Technicians     as energy systems design and operation,
MEASUREMENT I (MEAS 4132)                              and technologists (OACETT, www.oacett.org).          application engineering, computer aided design,
STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL I (STAT 3134)                                                                   quality control, technical sales, manufacturing
TOOL DESIGN (TOOL 5131)                                                                                     engineering, plant engineering, technical
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6                                    Opportunities for                                    support and inspection. Positions include:
CAD IV (CAD 6132)
CAM III (CAM 6132)                                     degree completion or                                 • Nuclear power generation;
DYNAMICS OF MACHINES (MACH 3132)
FIELD PLACEMENT (PLAC 1100)                            additional credentials                               • Construction or manufacturing industries;
                                                                                                            • Oil and gas;
MEASUREMENT II (MEAS 5132)
STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL II (STAT 4133)             Qualified graduates of this program may be           • Chemical and food processing; and
                                                       eligible to apply their academic credits towards
                                                                                                            • Consulting.
For course descriptions visit the individual program   further study through partnerships with many
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     Canadian and international colleges and              Job duties can include the following:
                                                       universities. See page 30 or visit
                                                                                                            • Nuclear operator;
                                                       www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.
                                                                                                            • CAD/CAM designer;
                                                       New Articulations – graduates of this
Internship                                             program may apply to:
                                                       • Cape Breton University Bachelor of Engineering
                                                                                                            • CNC programmer;
                                                                                                            • Quality control specialist;
An internship is paid employment,                         degree program in Manufacturing for degree        • Co-ordinate measurement specialist;
which enables students to gain long-term                  completion. Students must complete 30 credits     • Equipment control technologist; and
practical work experience directly related to             of course work. This normally requires a          • HVAC designer.
their area of study. Internships are optional             minimum of one academic year of study.
and last four, 12 or 16 months. Students
                                                       • Cape Breton University Bachelor of
participate in the internship program prior
                                                         Engineering degree program in Petroleum for
to their final year of study and then return                                                                    YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
                                                         degree completion. Students must complete
to complete their diploma requirements.
                                                         36 credits of course work.                             TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
                                                         This normally requires a minimum of one                TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $   12,008
                                                         academic year of study.                                STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
                                                       For further information on either of the above           LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $       30
                                                       two opportunities please visit www.cbu.ca.
                                                       Graduates from this program with a minimum               FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14
                                                       average of 70 per cent in the final year, may




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Mechanical Technician – Mechanical Maintenance and Control
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Mechanical Technician – Mechanical Maintenance and Control)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                                     Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Whitby campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,                          ontariocolleges.ca application code: MTNM        www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                                          September 2010




Program of study                                                     Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                                  This program is designed to prepare              •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
MATHEMATICS 1 (MATH 1424)                                            students to become maintenance mechanics             Student Status (MSS)
MECH MAINT PRACTICAL 1 (PRAC 1413)                                   or technicians. Students are exposed to
MECH MAINT PRINT READING 1 (BLUE 1410)
                                                                                                                      •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
MECH MAINT THEORY 1 (TRAD 1414)
                                                                     diverse aspects of manufacturing, production         subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
MECH MAINT WELDING 1 (WELD 1408)                                     and maintenance needs of the respective              OAC, College Preparation (C),
PNEUMATICS 1 (PNEU 1401)                                             industries. They develop skills in both theory       University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                                  and practice of machine fabrication and              University Preparation (U) or Post-
COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 2400)                                           maintenance procedures. This program                 secondary (college or university)
MATHEMATICS 2 (MATH 2401)                                            emphasizes installation, service, repair, and
MECH MAINT ELECTRICITY 1 (ELEC 2411)                                                                                      » Grade 12 English
MECH MAINT HYDRAULICS 1 (HYDR 2400)                                  overhaul of industrial machinery.
MECH MAINT PRACTICAL 2 (PRAC 2402)
                                                                                                                          » Grade 12 mathematics (technical
                                                                     Successful completion of this program will             mathematics recommended)
MECH MAINT PRINT READING 2 (BLUE 2401)
MECH MAINT THEORY 2 (TRAD 2401)
                                                                     enable students to:
                                                                     • Use precision measuring tools;
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                                                                                   Note: Students who successfully complete the first year of this
INTRODUCTION TO SMALL BUSINESS 1 (SMBS 3400)                         • Troubleshoot equipment Operate common          program are eligible to write the trade exemption examination
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY 1 (MATH 3401)                               machine tools (drills, mills, lathes and       for the Level 1 (basic) in school curriculum of the Industrial
MECH MAINT ELECTRICITY 2 (ELEC 3410)                                                                                  Mechanic Millwright apprenticeship.
MECH MAINT HYDRAULICS 2 (HYDR 3400)                                    grinders) to repair or remake machine
MECH MAINT PRACTICAL 3 (PRAC 3401)                                     components;                                    Students wishing to challenge exemption exams are required to
MECH MAINT THEORY 3 (TRAD 3401)                                                                                       pay an examination fee.
                                                                     • Read and interpret mechanical, electrical
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                                    and fluid power prints and schematics;
INTRODUCTION TO SMALL BUSINESS 2 (SMBS 4400)
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY 2 (MATH 4401)                             • Build pneumatic and hydraulic circuits         Employment opportunities
MECH MAINT CAD (CAD 4400)                                              following a schematic;                         Graduates will be qualified to seek
MECH MAINT FLUID POWER – ADVANCED CONTROLS (FLUI 4401)
                                                                     • Use applied math to perform a variety of       employment in a variety of mechanical or
MECH MAINT PLC (PLC 4400)
MECH MAINT PRACTICAL 4 (PRAC 4401)                                     trade-related calculations Plan and safely     maintenance positions, including:
MECH MAINT WELDING 2 (WELD 4400)                                       perform rigging and hoisting operations;       • Apprenticeship as an industrial or
PNEUMATICS 2 (PNEU 4400)
                                                                     • Select, align, and install a variety of          construction mechanic millwright;
For course descriptions visit the individual program                   mechanical power transmission                  • Junior mechanic or technician, as part of a
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.                     components;                                      maintenance team;
                                                                     • Inspect and repair centrifugal pumps and
                                                                                                                      • Entry-level position as a machine builder;
                                                                       valves;
                                                                                                                      • Inside or outside salesperson for
Opportunities for                                                    • Join metals using oxy-acetylene and
                                                                       electric arc welding techniques;
                                                                                                                        mechanical or fluid power transmission
                                                                                                                        distributor;
degree completion or                                                 • Explain the operation of AC/DC motor
                                                                                                                      • Transportation equipment manufacturing;
additional credentials                                                 control systems;
                                                                                                                      • Power; and
                                                                     • Interpret a conventional electrical relay
Qualified graduates of this program may be                                                                            • Trade contracting.
                                                                       ladder logic control diagram;
eligible to apply their academic credits
                                                                     • Design a conventional electrical relay
towards further study through partnerships
with many Canadian and international                                   ladder logic control diagram at a
colleges and universities.                                             beginner's proficiency level;
                                                                     • Interpret an Allen Bradley SLC 500
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                                    Programmable Logic Control (PLC) control
                                                                       diagram;
                                                                     • Design an Allen Bradley SLC 500
NOTE: Students who successfully complete Year 1 and choose
to leave at that time, will receive an Ontario College certificate     Programmable Logic Control (PLC)
in Mechanical Techniques – Industrial.                                 diagram using offline programming
                                                                       techniques at a beginner's proficiency
                                                                       level;
                                                                     • Wire up and test elementary circuits using
                                                                       the various devices described above; and
                                                                     • Work safely while performing maintenance
                                                                       functions in manufacturing or processing
                                                                                                                          YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
                                                                       environments.
                                                                                                                          TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                     $      2,357
                                                                                                                          STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:                     $        914


                                                                                                                          FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Mechanical Technician – Tool and Die/CNC
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Mechanical Technician – Tool and Die/CNC)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                                     Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca             Whitby campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,                          ontariocolleges.ca application code: MTNT          www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                                          September 2010




Program of study                                                     Program description                                Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                                  This program offers great opportunities for        •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
MACHINING CNC 1: PRACTICAL (CNC 1403)                                those who intend to pursue a career as a tool          Student Status (MSS)
MACHINING ENGINEERING DRAWINGS 1 (EDRW 1401)                         and die maker, machinist or mould maker.
MACHINING METROLOGY (METR 1400)
                                                                                                                        •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
MACHINING TRADE PRACTICAL 1 (PRAC 1410)
                                                                     This two-year program teaches students the             subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
MACHINING TRADE THEORY 1 (TRAD 1412)                                 skills and knowledge necessary for a career            OAC, College Preparation (C),
MATHEMATICS 1 (MATH 1424)                                            in today’s increasingly automated                      University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                                  environment.                                           University Preparation (U) or Post-
COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 2400)                                           Throughout the program, students gain                  secondary (college or university)
MACHINING CAD I: BASIC (CAD 2401)
MACHINING CNC 1: BASIC PROGRAMMING (CNC 2400)                        hands-on experience in manufacturing parts             » Grade 12 English
MACHINING ENGINEERING DRAWINGS 2 (EDRW 2400)                         of increasing difficulty and accuracy in               » Grade 12 mathematics (technical
MACHINING RIGGING & HOISTING (RIG 2400)                              specialized projects. Students will gain skills
MACHINING TRADE PRACTICAL 2 (PRAC 2401)                                                                                       mathematics recommended)
MACHINING TRADE THEORY 2 (TRAD 2400)
                                                                     in the setup and operation of conventional
MATHEMATICS 2 (MATH 2401)                                            (mills, lathes and grinders) and complex
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                                  machining equipment such as CNC
                                                                     machining centers, CNC lathes and Wire
                                                                                                                        Employment opportunities
INTRODUCTION TO SMALL BUSINESS I (SMBS 3400)
MACHINING CAD 2 (CAD 3400)                                           EDM machines. This program combines                •   CNC machinist programmer;
MACHINING CNC 2 (CNC 3400)                                           conventional and CNC machining with                •   Machinist apprentice;
MACHINING TRADE PRACTICAL 3 (PRAC 3402)
MACHINING TRADE THEORY 3 (TRAD 3402)                                 enhancements in hydraulics, pneumatics,            •   Mould maker apprentice; and
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY 1 (MATH 3401)                             machine electrical, and tool design.               •   Tool and die apprentice.
PNEUMATICS (PNEU 3400)
                                                                     Students, who successfully complete, and
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                                  choose to leave at the end of the first year,
HYDRAULICS (HYDR 4400)                                                                                                  Note: Students who successfully complete the first year of this
INTRODUCTION TO SMALL BUSINESS 2 (SMBS 4400)
                                                                     will receive an Ontario College certificate in     program are eligible to write the trade exemption examination
MACHINING – ELECTRICAL WIRE MACHINE (WIRE 4400)                      Mechanical Techniques Precision Machining.         for the Level 1 (basic) in school curriculum of the General
MACHINING CAD 3 – TOOL DESIGN (CAD 4401)                                                                                Machinist apprenticeship. Students wishing to challenge
MACHINING ELECTRICAL (ELEC 4411)                                     Tool and die makers                                exemption exams are required to pay an examination fee.
MACHINING TRADE PRACTICAL 4 (PRAC 4402)                              •   Design, fabricate, modify and repair dies,
MACHINING TRADE THEORY 4 (TRAD 4401)                                     forms, cutting tools, gauges, jigs, fixtures
MACHINING WELDING (WELD 4401)
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY 2 (MATH 4401)
                                                                         and prototypes, using metal cutting
                                                                         machines or specialized equipment. These
For course descriptions visit the individual program                     manufactured parts can be used to
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.                       produce many industrial and consumer
                                                                         products.
                                                                     General machinists
Opportunities for                                                    •   Cut, shape and finish metal to make
                                                                         machine parts used in all areas of
degree completion or                                                     manufacturing.
additional credentials                                               •   Build precision parts for machine tools
                                                                         using metal-cutting machines and
Qualified graduates of this program may be                               specialized equipment.
eligible to apply their academic credits
towards further study through partnerships                           Mould makers
with many Canadian and international                                 •   Design, make and repair moulds to mass
colleges and universities.                                               produce plastic or metal components and
                                                                         products, using metal-cutting machines
See page 30 or visit
                                                                         and specialized equipment.
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.
                                                                     CNC machinist programmers
Note: Students who successfully complete Year 1 and choose           •   Program and set-up various types of CNC
to leave at that time, will receive an Ontario College Certificate       Machine tools using CAD/CAM software.
in Mechanical Techniques – Precision Machining.




                                                                                                                            YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                                            TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                      $      2,220
                                                                                                                            STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:                      $        914


                                                                                                                            FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Mechanical Techniques – Industrial (Online)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Mechanical Techniques – Industrial)



One-year (36 weeks) Ontario College Certificate        Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Online (full-time) or Continuing Education
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,            ontariocolleges.ca application code: MTIO        Whitby campus
Skilled Trades & Technology                            Monthly intake                                   www.aast.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                       Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    This program is designed for those intending     •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
COMMUNICATIONS (COMO 2400)                             to pursue a career as an industrial mechanic         Student Status (MSS)
MATHEMATICS I (MATO 1424)                              millwright. The unique delivery of this
MATHEMATICS II (MATO 2401)
                                                                                                        •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
MTI ELECTRICITY 1 (ELEO 2411)
                                                       curriculum is of interest to those who are           subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
MTI ENGINEERING DRAWINGS 1 (BLUO 1410)                 unable to attend college on a full time basis,       OAC, College Preparation (C),
MTI ENGINEERING DRAWINGS 2 (BLUO 2401)                 but wish to prepare for a career change.             University/College Preparation (M),
MTI HYDRAULICS 1 (HYDO 2400)
MTI PNEUMATICS 1 (PNEO 1401)                           This program will focus on the installation,         University Preparation (U) or Post-
MTI TRADE PRACTICAL 1 (PRAO 1413)                      service, repair and overhaul of industrial           secondary (college or university)
MTI TRADE PRACTICAL 2 (PRAO 2402)                      mechanical equipment. Theory is delivered
MTI TRADE THEORY 1 (TRAO 1414)
                                                                                                            » Grade 12 English
MTI TRADE THEORY 2 (TRAO 2401)
                                                       online and practical components are                  » Grade 12 mathematics (technical
MTI WELDING 1 (WELO 1408)                              delivered on Saturdays. Students can contact           mathematics recommended)
                                                       their teacher by e-mail, phone or they can
For course descriptions visit the individual program   arrange a tutorial.
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.                                                      Note: Applicants must have an internet capable computer with
                                                       Graduates of the program would be eligible       minimum 56k modem.
                                                       to enter the second year of the Mechanical
                                                       Technician Mechanical Maintenance and
                                                       Control program and would also be eligible       Employment opportunities
                                                       to challenge a trade exemption examination
                                                                                                        All manufacturing, processing and mining
                                                       for the first year of the industrial mechanic
                                                                                                        companies employ Industrial Mechanic
                                                       millwright apprenticeship program. Students
                                                                                                        Millwrights. Upon completion of this
                                                       wishing to challenge exemption exams are
                                                                                                        program, graduates may seek employment
                                                       required to pay an examination fee.
                                                                                                        in the following positions:
                                                                                                        • Apprentice industrial mechanic millwright
                                                                                                          or construction millwright;
                                                                                                        • Inside or outside salesperson for
                                                                                                          mechanical or fluid power transmission
                                                                                                          distributor; and
                                                                                                        • Entry-level position as a machine builder,
                                                                                                          junior mechanic, or technician as part of a
                                                                                                          maintenance team.




                                                                                                            YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                            TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                    $     2,220
                                                                                                            STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:                    $       914


                                                                                                            FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Mechanical Techniques – Precision Machining (Online)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Mechanical Techniques – Precision Machining)


One-year (36 weeks) Ontario College Certificate        Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca             Online (full-time) or Continuing Education
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,            ontariocolleges.ca application code: MTMO          Whitby campus
Skilled Trades & Technology                            Monthly intake                                     www.aast.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                       Program description                                Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    This online program is designed for those          •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
COMMUNICATIONS (COMO 2400)                             intending to pursue a career as a machinist,           Student Status (MSS)
MATHEMATICS I (MATO 1424)                              mould maker or tool and die maker. The
MATHEMATICS II (MATO 2401)
                                                                                                          •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
MTM CAD 1: BASIC (CADO 2401)
                                                       unique delivery of this curriculum will be of          subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
MTM CNC 1: BASIC PROGRAMMING (CNCO 2400)               interest to those who are unable to attend             OAC, College Preparation (C),
MTM CNC 1: PRACTICAL (CNCO 1403)                       college on a full time basis, but wish to              University/College Preparation (M),
MTM ENGINEERING DRAWINGS 1 (EDRO 1401)                 prepare for a career change.
MTM ENGINEERING DRAWINGS 2 (EDRO 2400)                                                                        University Preparation (U) or Post-
MTM METROLOGY (METO 1400)                              This online program emphasizes practical,              secondary (college or university)
MTM RIGGING & HOISTING (RIGO 2400)                     hands-on training delivered on Saturdays,
MTM TRADE PRACTICAL 1 (PRAO 1410)
                                                                                                              » Grade 12 English
MTM TRADE PRACTICAL 2 (PRAO 2401)
                                                       and allows the student to complete the                 » Grade 12 mathematics (technical
MTM TRADE THEORY 1 (TRAO 1412)                         required theoretical training online.                    mathematics recommended)
MTM TRADE THEORY 2 (TRAO 2400)                         Graduates of the program would be eligible
                                                       to enter the second year of the Mechanical
For course descriptions visit the individual program                                                      Note: Applicants must have an internet capable computer with
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                       Technician Tool and Die/CNC program and            minimum 56k modem.
                                                       would also be eligible to challenge a trade
                                                       exemption examination for the first year of
                                                       the apprenticeship program.                        Employment opportunities
                                                       Students wishing to challenge exemption            •   Machinist apprentice;
                                                       exams are required to pay an examination fee.      •   Tool & Die apprentice;
                                                       General machinists                                 •   Mould Maker apprentice; and
                                                       •   Cut, shape and finish metal to make            •   Technical sales & support.
                                                           machine parts used in all areas of
                                                           manufacturing.
                                                       •   Build precision parts for machine tools
                                                           using metal-cutting machines and
                                                           specialized equipment.
                                                       Mould maker
                                                       •   Design, make and repair moulds to mass
                                                           produce plastic or metal components and
                                                           products, using metal-cutting machines
                                                           and specialized equipment.
                                                       Tool and die makers
                                                       •   Design, fabricate, modify and repair dies,
                                                           forms, cutting tools, gauges, jigs, fixtures
                                                           and prototypes.
                                                       •   Uses metal-cutting machines or specialized
                                                           equipment to build machines and tooling
                                                           to produce all kinds of industrial and
                                                           consumer products, from plastic containers
                                                           to airplane parts.




                                                                                                              YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                              TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                    $     2,220
                                                                                                              STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:                    $       914


                                                                                                              FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Mediation – Alternative Dispute Resolution (graduate certificate) – NEW*

One-year Ontario College Graduate Certificate                Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Oshawa campus
School of Justice and Emergency Services                     ontariocolleges.ca application code: MADR        www.jes.durhamcollege.ca
                                                             September 2010                                   *Pending approval




Program of study                                             Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                          This program is designed for students who        •   Recognized college diploma or university
CONFLICT IDENTIFICATION, ASSESSMENT AND ANALYSIS
NEGOTIATION
                                                             have previous education or work experience,          degree; or
INTRODUCTION TO MEDIATION                                    please see the entrance requirements section     •   Demonstration of equivalent experience to
INTRODUCTION TO LEGAL RELATIONSHIPS AND PROCESS FOR          of this page for further detail.                     be reviewed by committee. Please submit:
  NON-LAWYERS
FAMILY MEDIATION I                                           This program is designed to provide students         » A letter outlining the applicant’s purpose
PRACTICUM I – CAMPUS MEDIATION                               with the skills and knowledge to deal                  in pursuing the credential; and
PRESCRIBED ELECTIVE:                                         effectively with conflict in various settings
  CHOOSE EITHER TORT AND CONTRACTS OR EMPLOYMENT LAW                                                              » A current and detailed resumé.
                                                             such as: healthcare; human resources;
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 2                                          community; justice; advocacy and education.      •   A career portfolio which may include:
THE PRACTICE OF MEDIATION                                                                                         » Copies of past job descriptions and
MEDIATION IN THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
                                                             The program consists of a comprehensive
FAMILY MEDIATION II                                          suite of courses related to alternate ways of          project outlines;
COMMUNITY MEDIATION                                          resolving disputes. The program of study             » A detailed list of your qualifications,
COURT, TRIBUNAL, CRIMINAL RELATED JUSTICE MEDIATIONS         provides core competencies in: Conflict                education and training;
PRACTICUM II
PRESCRIBED ELECTIVE:                                         Identification; Negotiation; Understanding           » Copies of any relevant certificates,
  CHOOSE EITHER RESIDENTIAL LANDLORD AND TENANT LAW OR       Legal relationships for Non-lawyers; Family            degrees, professional designations and
  SMALL CLAIMS COURT                                         Mediation; Mediation in the Business                   workshops;
                                                             Environment; Community Mediation;                    » Lists and details regarding volunteer and
Note: These courses are under review and subject to change   Criminal Justice Mediations – including                community activities;
without notice. please visit www.durhamcollege.ca for the    restorative justice and victim offender
most up-to-date information.                                 reconciliations.                                     » Copies of reference letters, testimonials
                                                                                                                    and performance reviews; and
                                                             The program will also incorporate an “in
For course descriptions visit the individual program         house” practicum which allows students to            » Samples of projects, reports, articles or
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                             participate in the operation of the campus             publications.
                                                             Mediation Services as well as with an outside
                                                             practicum with a relevant organization.
Opportunities for                                            Durham College is currently in negotiation to
                                                                                                              Employment opportunities
                                                             partner with various mediation/alternative       Graduates will be prepared for careers in
degree completion or                                         dispute resolution organizations for             many different environments, depending in
additional credentials                                       affiliation and membership.                      part on the skills they come into the program
                                                                                                              with. For example, students who are
                                                             The program would be of interest to recent
Qualified graduates of this program may be                                                                    admitted to the program with a Human
                                                             university or college graduates, human
eligible to apply their academic credits                                                                      Resources background will have additional
                                                             resource professionals, educators, healthcare
towards further study through partnerships                                                                    skills to assist them in that field. Students
                                                             and legal professionals who wish to gain
with many Canadian and international                                                                          coming into the program with a legal
                                                             additional mediation skills as well as Ontario
colleges and universities.                                                                                    background may be able to work in
                                                             College certification.
See page 30 or visit                                                                                          administrative tribunals such as the Ontario
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                                                                           Rental Housing Tribunal, Workplace Safety
                                                                                                              and Insurance Board, Human Rights
                                                                                                              Commission and court settings where
                                                                                                              mediation is often mandatory prior to
                                                                                                              proceeding to a more formalized hearing.
                                                                                                              Mediators are becoming increasingly
                                                                                                              necessary in business settings as employers
                                                                                                              look to cost effective, quick and meaningful
                                                                                                              resolution of issues.




                                                                                                                  YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                                  TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                $     2,220
                                                                                                                  TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):           $    12,008
                                                                                                                  STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:                $       914


                                                                                                                  FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Motive Power Technician – Service and Management
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Motive Power Technician – Service and Management)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                       Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Whitby campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,            ontariocolleges.ca application code: MPTN        www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                            September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    This program will provide skills and training    •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
AUTO BASIC SKILLS (AUTO 1408)                          for a variety of careers in the transportation       Student Status (MSS)
AUTO DIRECTIONAL & CONTROL SYSTEMS 1 (SYS 1410)        and automotive fields. Graduates are
AUTO WORKSHOP PRACTICES 1 (APPR 1400)
                                                                                                        •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
AUTO ELECTRONIC MANUAL SYSTEMS (MANU 1400)
                                                       prepared to enter the motive power trades            subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 2400)                             with high skilled trade qualifications and           OAC, College Preparation (C),
MATHEMATICS 1 (MATH 1424)                              essential business communication,                    University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    marketing and interpersonal skills.                  University Preparation (U) or Post-
AUTO DRIVE LINES PERFORMANCE I (DRIVE 2400)            Successful completion of this program will           secondary (college or university)
AUTO MOTIVE POWER ENGINES I (ENGI 2401)
AUTO ELECTRICAL & FUEL SYSTEMS 1 (ELFL 2400)           enable students to:                                  » Grade 12 English
AUTO INTERPERSONAL SKILLS (INPR 2400)                  • Create work orders related to the motive
AUTO OXY FUEL WELDING (WELD 2400)
                                                                                                            » Grade 12 mathematics
AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES (PART 2400)
                                                         power trade and industry;
INTRODUCTION TO SMALL BUSINESS 1 (SMBS 3400)           • Search and find parts/service information
                                                         from both manuals and computerized
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
AUTO APPLIED MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES 1 (MNGT 3400)         systems;                                       Employment opportunities
AUTO DIRECTIONAL & CONTROL SYSTEMS 2 (SYS 3402)
AUTO DRIVE LINE PERFORMANCE 2 (DRVE 3400)              • Understand management principles:              • Automotive service technician apprentice;
AUTO ELECTRICAL & FUEL SYSTEMS 2 (ELFL 3400)             business structure, accounting, human          • Farm equipment mechanic apprentice;
AUTO MIG WELDING (WELD 3406)                             resources management, parts/supply             • Forklift mechanic apprentice;
AUTO MOTIVE POWER ENGINES 2 (ENGI 3401)
                                                         management;
AUTO WORKSHOPS PRACTICES 2 (APPR 3400)                                                                  • Parts counterperson/manager;
                                                       • Diagnose: motive power engines,
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                                                                     • Service writer/manager; and
AUTO APPLIED MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES 2 (MNGT 4400)         electrical/fuel systems, motive power drive
AUTO DIRECTIONAL & CONTROL SYSTEMS 3 (SYS 4400)          line, directional control systems (steering,   • Truck and coach mechanic apprentice
AUTO DRIVE LINE PERFORMANCE 3 (DRVE 4400)                suspension and brakes), and air                Students who successfully complete Year 1
AUTO ELECTRICAL & FUELS SYSTEMS 3 (ELFL 4400)
                                                         conditioning; and                              and chose to leave at that time, will receive
AUTO ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT (ENVI 4400)
AUTO MOTIVE POWER ENGINES 3 (ENGI 4402)                • Understand and apply proper disposal,          an Ontario College Certificate in Motive
AUTO STICK WELDING (WELD 4402)                           storage and handling practices as they         Power Fundamentals – Parts and Counter
AUTO WORKSHOPS PRATICES 3 (APPR 4400)                                                                   Personnel.
INTRODUCTION TO SMALL BUSINESS 2 (SMBS 4400)             pertain to environmental legislation.


For course descriptions visit the individual program                                                    Opportunities for
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                                                                        degree completion or
                                                                                                        additional credentials
                                                                                                        Qualified graduates of this program may be
                                                                                                        eligible to apply their academic credits
                                                                                                        towards further study through partnerships
                                                                                                        with many Canadian and international
                                                                                                        colleges and universities.
                                                                                                        See page 30 or visit
                                                                                                        www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.




                                                                                                            YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                            TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
                                                                                                            STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914


                                                                                                            FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Multimedia Design
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Multimedia Design)



Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca            Oshawa campus
School of Media, Art & Design                          ontariocolleges.ca application code: MMDE         www.mad.durhamcollege.ca
                                                       September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                               are completing their graduating term.
                                                                                                         For further information, please consult
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    Multimedia is a union of design and               www.durhamcollege.ca/mobile. Approximate
AUDIO/VIDEO PRODUCTION (MEDI 1300)                     technology allowing students to become            mobile learning fees are listed at the bottom
COMMUNICATION ESSENTIALS (COMM 1395)                   innovators in the new digital world. This         of this program page.
DESIGN I – DRAWING FOR MULTIMEDIA (DESN 1300)
DIGITAL ILLUSTRATION (COMP 2324)
                                                       program will be of interest to those wishing to
EXTENSIBLE HTML (PROG 1300)                            specialize in the effective communication of
GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE (GNED)                      information and ideas by combining multiple       Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    mediums such as audio, images, two-and
                                                                                                         •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
DESIGN II – LAYOUT (DESN 2307)                         three dimensional animation, graphics and
DIGITAL IMAGING (COMP 2321)                                                                                  Student Status (MSS)
                                                       video. Delivery methods vary from DVDs, CD-
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (PHOT 1310)                                                                          •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE (GNED)                      ROMs, print and the Internet. Graduates of the
NEW MEDIA DESIGN & ANIMATION I (PROG 3302)             program become specialists in digital                 subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
PRESENTATION TECHNIQUES (COMM 1306)                    communications through the seamless                   OAC, College Preparation (C),
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                    integration of design and function.                   University/College Preparation (M),
3D BASICS (MEDI 2301)                                                                                        University Preparation (U) or Post-
                                                       This program utilizes multimedia authoring
DESIGN III – WEB INTERFACE (PROG 2303)                                                                       secondary (college or university)
INTERACTIVE CONTENT DESIGN I (DIR 2301)                software, such as Adobe Photoshop and
INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING (PROG 3310)                Adobe Flash and includes essential                    » Grade 12 English
PRINT PRODUCTION FOR MULTIMEDIA (COMP 1395)            knowledge in interactive interface design,            » Senior level art credits recommended
VIDEO PRODUCTION (MEDI 2302)
                                                       the development of effective presentations        Special needs
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    in a variety of settings, HTML & CSS,
DESIGN IV – DIGITAL ART (DESN 4300)                                                                      Students who have either a visual impairment
INTERACTIVE CONTENT DESIGN II (DIR 3301)               programming, operating systems, SQL,              or a fine motor skills impairment are advised
NEW MEDIA DESIGN & ANIMATION II (PROG 4301)            and networking.                                   to consult with the Durham College Special
PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT (PORT 2302)
SERVER-SIDE SCRIPTING (PROG 4304)
                                                       Students will work extensively in college         Needs Coordinator to review the demands of
WEB DEVELOPMENT (PROG 3301)                            Mobile and Macintosh labs to produce              this program.
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5
                                                       multimedia presentations such as:
COMMUNICATION FOR MULTIMEDIA (COMM 4306)               • Web and CD-based flash/shockwave games;
DESIGN V – APPLIED DESIGN (DESN 5300)
DVD AUTHORING & GAMING (DIR 5301)                      • Speaker support presentations;
                                                                                                         Employment opportunities
E-COMMERCE FOR WEB (PROG 5305)                         • Sales, marketing and promotional                As a multimedia, new media designer with:
MOTION GRAPHICS & COMPOSITING (MEDI 3302)                packages;                                       • Corporate communications departments;
MULTIMEDIA PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES (MEDI 5301)
NEW MEDIA DESIGN & ANIMATION III (PROG 5302)           • Dynamic content driven websites;                • Television pre and post-production studios;
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6                                    • Video, visual effects, and motion graphics;     • Internet and web service providers;
FIELD PLACEMENT – SEMINAR (FWKS 5303)
                                                       • Audio editing;                                  • Graphic design firms, departments and
FIELD PLACEMENT – MMDE (FWK 6305)
MULTIMEDIA PROJECTS (MEDI 1303)                        • 2D and 3D animation, illustration; and            studios;
                                                       • DVD authoring.                                  • Animation studios;
For course descriptions visit the individual program
                                                                                                         • Advertising agencies, departments and
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     Mobile Learning program
                                                       To ensure that students are provided with an        firms;
                                                       innovative learning environment and the           • Government communications
                                                       advanced technology skills required in the          departments; and
Opportunities for                                      workplace, this program requires the use of a     • Training and education departments and
degree completion or                                   laptop computer. Students receive a laptop
                                                       from the Durham College Mobile Computing
                                                                                                           firms.

additional credentials                                 Department and have immediate access to
This program is designed for students who              ongoing support and services through the IT
have previous education or work experience,            Support Centre. Laptop users have access to
please see the entrance requirements section           wired and wireless connectivity on campus,
of this page for further detail.                       the use of course and domain-specific
                                                       software, printing services and a state-of-the-
See page 30 or visit
                                                       art learning infrastructure to facilitate
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.
                                                       communication and collaboration. Students in
                                                       this mobile learning program are also
                                                       provided with online resources and in-person          YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
                                                       training programs to ensure the greatest              TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     2,357
                                                       educational benefit from the laptop’s rich            TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    12,008
                                                       suite of software. Please note that laptops           STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
                                                       other than those provided by Durham College           LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $        25
                                                       will not be supported in this program. The            MOBILE LEARNING FEE:                   $     1,578
                                                       opportunity to apply for the ownership of the
                                                       laptop is available to qualifying students who        FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Music Business Administration (two-year) / Music Business Management (three-year)
(MTCU Approved Program Titles: Music Business Administration / Music Business Management)



Two-year and three-year Ontario                        Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca          Program previously oversubscribed
College Diploma/Advanced Diploma                       ontariocolleges.ca application code: MBAD       Oshawa campus
School of Media, Art & Design                          September 2010                                  www.mad.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                       Program description                             Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    This program prepares students to manage        •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
CAMPUS ENTERTAINMENT I (CENT 1300)                     the business aspects of the music and               Student Status (MSS)
CANADIAN MUSIC INDUSTRY I (ENT 1301)                   entertainment industries. While the program
COMMUNICATION ESSENTIALS (COMM 1334)
                                                                                                       •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
EVENT PLANNING & MANAGEMENT (EVNT 1300)
                                                       focuses mainly on the music industry,               subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC (MUSC 1300)                   generic skills common to all entertainment          OAC, College Preparation (C),
INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING (MKTG 1301)                  enterprises are also covered.                       University/College Preparation (M),
LIVE SOUND REINFORCEMENT (MGMT 1304)
                                                       The business side of the program prepares           University Preparation (U) or Post-
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    students for careers as entertainment               secondary (college or university)
CAMPUS ENTERTAINMENT II (CENT 2300)
CANADIAN MUSIC INDUSTRY II (ENT 1302)                  administrators, organizers, managers,               » Grade 12 English (minimum weighted 70
ENTERTAINMENT COMMUNICATIONS I (COMM 2311)             marketers and entrepreneurs. To support               per cent in ENG/EAE)
ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING I (MKTG 2307)                  this, the program helps students develop
ENTERTAINMENT WORKSHOP I (WKSP 3303)                                                                       » Three additional senior level credits
HUMAN RELATIONS (HR 1324)
                                                       skills in management, marketing, promotions
MICROSOFT OFFICE ESSENTIALS (COMP 2328)                and small business environments. Students
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                    also learn the essentials of live sound
ACCOUNTING I (ACCT 1307)                               reinforcement, studio operations and radio
CAMPUS ENTERTAINMENT III (CENT 3300)                   broadcasting.
ENTERTAINMENT COMMUNICATIONS II (COMM 3303)
ENTERTAINMENT LAW I (LAW 1303)                         Challenging careers are available for skilled
ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING II (MKTG 3303)                 administrators and managers who can
PRESENTATION THEORY & M/S POWERPOINT (PRES 3308)       market and manage entertainment events
PROMOTIONS & PUBLICITY (PPUB 1000)
                                                       and revenues; manage tours; work directly
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    with performers as booking or management
ACCOUNTING II (ACCT 2306)
CAMPUS ENTERTAINMENT IV (CENT 4300)
                                                       agents; prepare promotional materials; plan
DESKTOP PUBLISHING & PHOTOSHOP (COMP 1316)             and organize itineraries; or negotiate,
ENTERTAINMENT LAW II (LAW 2357)                        interpret and enforce contracts.
ENTERTAINMENT WORKSHOP II (WKSP 4303)
NETWORKING & PERSONAL SELLING (NTWK 1301)              Graduates pursue administrative and
RADIO 101 (RAD 1301)                                   management career opportunities in the
TOUR MANAGEMENT (MGMT 1319)                            recording industry, booking and talent
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5                                    agencies, marketing and promotions firms,
ARTIST MANAGEMENT (MGMT 1321)                          record labels, music publishers, venues,
E-BUSINESS FOR THE MUSIC INDUSTRY (EBUS 1210)
FIELD PLACEMENT I (FWK 3310)
                                                       artist management, and intellectual property
FIELD PLACEMENT REPORTING (WKSP 4311)                  rights management.
MERCHANDISING, RETAIL & DISTRIBUTION (MRCH 1301)       Volunteer or other experience in the
SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (MGMT 1335)
WEB DESIGN FOR MUSIC BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (COMP 2308)   entertainment world is a definite asset.
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6                                    Music Business Administration/Music
ENTREPRENEURSHIP (ENTR 4302)                           Business Management graduates will receive
FIELD PLACEMENT II (FWK 4404)                          a one-year credit from Athabasca University
FIELD PLACEMENT REPORTING II (WKSP 4312)               towards a three-year Bachelor of
MUSIC PUBLISHING (PUBL 1301)
STUDIO OPERATION ESSENTIALS (PROD 4300)                Management degree. Contact the Student
VENUE MANAGEMENT (MGMT 1334)                           Liaison at 905.721.3161 for further
                                                       information.
For course descriptions visit the individual program
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.




Opportunities for
degree completion or
additional credentials
Qualified graduates of this program may be
eligible to apply their academic credits
towards further study through partnerships                                                                 YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
with many Canadian and international
colleges and universities.                                                                                 TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
                                                                                                           STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
See page 30 or visit
                                                                                                           LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $      100
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.
                                                                                                           FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Nursing – Collaborative (BScN) (UOIT/Durham)

Four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Honours)     Oshawa campus                                    September 2010
School of Health & Community Services/
                                                       Application is through OUAC                      Program previously oversubscribed
UOIT Faculty of Health Sciences
www.hcs.durhamcollege.ca                               Apply online at www.ouac.on.ca                   Visit www.uoit.ca




Program of study                                       Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1 (15 CREDIT HOURS)                  The Faculty of Health Sciences at University     Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I (HLSC 1200U)                    of Ontario Institute of Technology, in           or mature student status with a minimum
INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY                 collaboration with Durham College, offers an     overall average of 70 per cent on six 4U or
   IN HEALTH CARE (HLSC 1300U)
INTRODUCTION TO NURSING PRAXIS (NURS 1002U)
                                                       Honours Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The      4M credits including:
INTRODUCTION TO PRACTICUMSKILLS (NURS 1003U)           faculty’s mission is to prepare professional     » Grade 12 English (ENG4U) (minimum 60
INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH & HEALING (NURS 1100U)          nurses who are committed to excellence and         per cent);
DEVELOPMENT OF SELF AS A NURSE I (NURS 1420U)          innovation in assessing and meeting then         » Biology (SBI4U), and chemistry (SCH4U);
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2 (15 CREDIT HOURS)                  nursing needs of society; and to develop and
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II (HLSC 1201U)                                                                      and
                                                       transmit knowledge regarding nursing
HEALTH & HEALING – OLDER ADULT (NURS 1150U)                                                             » One of MHF4U, MCV4U or MDM4U.
PRACTICUMSKILLS II (NURS 1503U)                        practice and the human experience of health,
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE II (NURS 1505U)                  illness and healing.
HEALTH ASSESSMENT (NURS 2320U)
INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY (SOCI 1000U)
                                                       This fully integrated partnership provides
                                                       collaborative learning activities, in which
                                                                                                        Employment opportunities
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 1 (15 CREDIT HOURS)                                                                   There is no better time to choose a
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY I (HLSC 2460U)
                                                       students take an active role in their own
NURSING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE III (CHILD & FAMILY)     learning. This learning strategy combined        rewarding career in nursing. Projections
 (NURS 2007U) OR                                       with traditional methods prepares students       show that in the near future, the province of
NURSING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE III (ADULT HEALTH        for life-long learning, research, teamwork,      Ontario will face a shortfall of over 12,000
CHALLENGES) (NURS 2008U)                                                                                registered nurses in the hospital sector
HEALTH & HEALING – CHILD & FAMILY (NURS 2100U) OR      and leadership skills essential for nursing
HEALTH&HEALING – ADULTHEALTHCHALLENGES (NURS 2150U)    practice. The state-of-the-art nursing labs      alone. There are abundant and varied
NURSING KNOWLEDGE AND INQUIRY (NURS 2420U)             provide students with practical, hands-on        employment opportunities for nursing
PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES (NURS 2810U)                                                                    graduates in hospitals, nursing homes,
                                                       experience in hospital and home-care
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 2 (15 CREDIT HOURS)                  settings—with the latest technology right at     community service organizations, health
MICROBIOLOGY FOR HEALTH SCIENCE (BIOL 2830U)                                                            centres and others.
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY II (HLSC 2461U)
                                                       their fingertips.
NUTRITION FOR HEALTH SCIENCE (HLSC 2820U)              Mobile Learning program                          Post-admissions requirements
HEALTH & HEALING – CHILD & FAMILY (NURS 2100U) OR                                                       •   Level C or HCP (Health Care Provider),
HEALTH&HEALING–ADULTHEALTHCHALLENGES (NURS 2150U)      To ensure that students are provided with an
NURSING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE IV (CHILD & FAMILY)      innovative learning environment and the              CPR Certification/Recertification
 (NURS 2507U) OR                                       advanced technology skills required in the           » Required every 2 years;
NURSING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE IV (ADULT HEALTH
CHALLENGES) (NURS 2508U)
                                                       workplace, this program requires the use of a    •   Criminal reference check with vulnerable
                                                       laptop computer. Students receive a laptop           sector screening required each year for all
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 1 (15 CREDIT HOURS)
ETHICS (HLSC 3710U)
                                                       from the Mobile Computing Department and             years of Collaborative Nursing;
CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF STATISTICS IN HEALTH SCIENCE     have immediate access to ongoing support         •   Students who cannot proved a clear
  (HLSC 3800U)                                         and services through the IT Support Centre.          criminal reference check may be denied the
NURSING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE V                        Laptop users have access to wired and
  (HEALTHY COMMUNITIES) (NURS 3007U) OR                                                                     opportunity to enter placement and this will
NURSING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE V (MENTAL HEALTH)        wireless connectivity on campus, the use of          impact the student’s ability to complete the
  (NURS 3008U)                                         course and domain-specific software,                 full program and/or secure employment.
HEALTH&HEALING – HEALTHY COMMUNITIES (NURS 3100U) OR   printing services and a state-of-the-art
HEALTH & HEALING –MENTAL HEALTH (NURS 3150U)                                                            •   Entry Immunization Forms and updated
INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC 1000U)
                                                       learning infrastructure to facilitate
                                                                                                            health information required first year only,
                                                       communication and collaboration. Students
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 2 (15 CREDIT HOURS)                                                                       the TB Re-entry form is for returning
MANAGING HEALTH CARE TEAMS (HLSC 3601U)
                                                       in this mobile learning program are also
                                                                                                            students only;
RESEARCH METHODS FOR HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS:        provided with online resources and in-person
THEORY & APPLICATION (HLSC 3910U)                      training programs to ensure the greatest         •   Mask-fit testing is required for first year
HEALTH & HEALING –MENTAL HEALTH (NURS 3150U) OR        educational benefit from the laptop’s rich           only, testing will be arranged through
HEALTH & HEALING – HEALTHY COMMUNITIES (NURS 3100U)                                                         DC/UOIT during the fall semester; and
NURSING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE VI                       suite of software. Please note that laptops
 (HEALTHY COMMUNITIES) (NURS 3507U) OR                 other than those provided by UOIT will not       •   Influenza vaccine is strongly recommended
NURSING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE V (MENTAL HEALTH)        be supported in this program. The                    each year.
 (NURS 3508U)
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC 2010U)
                                                       opportunity to apply for the ownership of        YEAR 1 COSTS
                                                       the laptop is available to qualifying students   For information on fees visit:
YEAR 4 – SEMESTER 1 (15 CREDIT HOURS)
CURRENT ISSUES IN HEALTH CARE (HLSC 4850U)
                                                       who are completing their graduating term.        www.uoit.ca/EN/main/11258/15102/
NURSING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE VII (NURS 4005U)         For further information, please consult          tuition_fees.html
NURSING LEADERSHIP (NURS 4100U)                        www.durhamcollege.ca/mobile.
ELECTIVE
ELECTIVE                                               For more details on the above courses and
                                                       the mobile learning fees please see the
YEAR 4 – SEMESTER 2 (15 CREDIT HOURS)
NURSING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE VIII (NURS 4505U)        University of Ontario Institute of Technology
ELECTIVE                                               calendar or visit www.uoit.ca/calendar.
ELECTIVE


For course descriptions visit the individual program
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.




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Office Administration
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Office Administration – General)



One-year Ontario College Certificate                    Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca
                                                                                                       Oshawa campus
School of Career Development &                          ontariocolleges.ca application code: OFAD
                                                                                                       www.careerdevelopment.durhamcollege.ca
Continuing Education                                    September 2010 and February 2011




Program of study                                        Program description                            Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                     In the one-year Office Administration          •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) College Prep
ACCOUNTING FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONALS (ACCT 1300)         certificate program, students will learn the       Level or Mature Student Status (MSS)
COMMUNICATION FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONALS I (COMM 1317)    basic skills required for an entry-level
COMPUTERIZED DOCUMENT PRODUCTION I (COMP 1320)
                                                                                                       •   Plus senior level (Grade. 11 or higher)
HUMAN RELATIONS FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONAL (HR 1308)
                                                        administrative position in many                    subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
KEYBOARDING I (COMP 1342)                               organizations. These include word                  OAC, College Preparation (C),
OFFICE TECHNOLOGY & PROCEDURES (OFFC 1200)              processing, spreadsheets and electronic            University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                     transcription skills. Courses such as              University Preparation (U) or Post-
COMMUNICATION FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONALS II (COMM 2313)   communications, accounting and office              secondary (college or university)
COMPUTERIZED DOCUMENT PRODUCTION II (COMP 2320)         procedures are also taken. Students must
INTEGRATED DOCUMENT APPLICATION (TRAN 1200)                                                                » Grade 12 English
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC 1000)                  achieve a minimum keyboarding speed of 30
KEYBOARDING II (COMP 2360)                              net words per minute in order to graduate.
SPREADSHEETS I (COMP 1329)
                                                                                                       Employment opportunities
For course descriptions visit the individual program                                                   •   Entry-level administrative assistants;
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                                                                       •   Receptionist; and
                                                                                                       •   Office clerk.

Opportunities for
degree completion or
additional credentials
Durham College programs –
  » Office Administration – Executive
  » Office Administration – Legal
  » Office Administration – Medical
Qualified graduates of this program may be
eligible to apply their academic credits
towards further study through partnerships
with many Canadian and international
colleges and universities.
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.




                                                                                                           YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                           TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     2,220
                                                                                                           TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    12,008
                                                                                                           STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
                                                                                                           LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $         5


                                                                                                           FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Office Administration – Executive
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Office Administration – Executive)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                         Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Oshawa campus
School of Career Development &                           ontariocolleges.ca application code: OFEX        www.careerdevelopment.durhamcollege.ca
Continuing Education                                     September 2010




Program of study                                         Program description                              (http://iaap-hq.org/Cert/FAQ.htm) provided by
                                                                                                          the International Association of
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                      This two-year diploma program is designed        Administrative Professionals (IAAP)
ACCOUNTING FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONALS (ACCT 1300)          to provide students with the skills and          (http://www.iaap-hq.org).
COMMUNICATION FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONALS I (COMM 1317)     knowledge to become fully qualified
COMPUTERIZED DOCUMENT PRODUCTION I (COMP 1320)                                                            Upon successful completion of Year 1 of this
HUMAN RELATIONS FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONAL (HR 1308)
                                                         executive assistants, able to work in any        program, students may elect to finish their
KEYBOARDING I (COMP 1342)                                administrative field. Students will receive an   studies and graduate with a one-year Ontario
OFFICE TECHNOLOGY & PROCEDURES (OFFC 1200)               extensive practical understanding and            College certificate in Office Administration.
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                      knowledge of office concepts, business           Please make arrangements through the
COMMUNICATION FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONALS II (COMM 2313)    operations and procedures and current            Office of the Registrar.
COMPUTERIZED DOCUMENT PRODUCTION II (COMP 2320)          computer software, and to collaborate in
INTEGRATED DOCUMENT APPLICATION (TRAN 1200)
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC 1000)                   various management activities.
KEYBOARDING II (COMP 2360)                               Emphasis is placed on the practical demands
SPREADSHEETS I (COMP 1329)
                                                         of the job: organizing activities, preparing     Entrance requirements
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                      professional documents, interacting with the
COMMUNICATION FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONALS III (COMM 3310)
                                                                                                          •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) College Prep
COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING (ACCT 2201)
                                                         workforce, meeting deadlines, working under          Level or Mature Student Status (MSS)
EXECUTIVE WORD PROCESSING (WORD 3201)                    pressure, accepting responsibility, and          •   Plus senior level (Grade . 11 or higher)
INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT (PROJ 4201)           demonstrating initiative. Students develop           subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
KEYBOARDING III (COMP 2361)                              high-level word processing, presentation,
SPREADSHEETS II (COMP 2204)                                                                                   OAC, College Preparation (C),
                                                         Internet, e-mail, project management,                University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                      spreadsheet and database skills in a network
DATABASE SOFTWARE (DBAS 2203)                                                                                 University Preparation (U) or Post-
DESKTOP PUBLISHING & PRESENTATIONS (DTP 2200)            environment. Class activities may include            secondary (college or university)
EXECUTIVE SIMULATION (WORD 4201)                         group and individual projects, discussions,
FIELD PLACEMENT (FWK 4200)                               lectures, case studies, videos, guest                » Grade 12 English
HUMAN RESOURCE ESSENTIALS (HR 1300)
INTEGRATED SYSTEMS (COMP 4210)
                                                         speakers, field trips, and office simulations.
KEYBOARDING IV (COMP 2362)                               Field placement allows students to apply
                                                         their skills and knowledge in actual office
                                                                                                          Employment opportunities
For course descriptions visit the individual program     settings. This will round out the two-year       •   Administrative assistant;
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.                                                            Administrative support clerk;
                                                         program in the final three weeks, following      •
                                                         which students are available for full-time       •   Financial sales assistant;
                                                         employment.                                      •   Accounts payable clerk;
Opportunities for                                        Graduates of this program will be capable of     •   Human resource assistant;
                                                         filling responsible and interesting positions
degree completion or                                     as administrative assistants and office
                                                                                                          •   Purchasing assistant; and

additional credentials                                   coordinators, with career paths advancing
                                                         toward increasingly more responsible
                                                                                                          •   Receptionist.

Qualified graduates of this program may be               positions in senior administrative support
eligible to apply their academic credits                 and office management roles. Administrative
towards further study through partnerships               professionals are required in all
with many Canadian and international                     organizations, including governments,
colleges and universities.                               manufacturers, educational institutions, and
See page 30 or visit                                     service providers.
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                      Those entering this option should enjoy
                                                         working on computers as well as interacting
                                                         with others and should be willing to work to
                                                         develop a professional level of ability in
                                                         business skills. Students must achieve a
                                                         minimum keyboarding speed of 45 net words
                                                         per minute in order to graduate.
                                                         MOS READY: Students will be taught the
                                                         concepts that will prepare them to obtain the
                                                         Microsoft Office User Specialist Certification
                                                         (MOS) (www.microsoft.com/learning/mcp
                                                         /officespecialist) in a variety of programs.         YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
                                                         The MOS certification is recognized globally
                                                                                                              TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
                                                         and widely sought by employers.
                                                                                                              TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $   12,008
                                                         Graduates will have a strong knowledge base          STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
                                                         to assist them when writing qualifying               LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $        5
                                                         examinations to earn their Certified
                                                         Professional Secretary (CPS) or Certified            FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14
                                                         Administrative Professional designations




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Office Administration – Legal
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Office Administration – Legal)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                         Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca            Oshawa campus
School of Career Development &                           ontariocolleges.ca application code: OFLG         www.careerdevelopment.durhamcollege.ca
Continuing Education                                     September 2010




Program of study                                         Program description                               Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                      This two-year diploma program is designed         •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) College Prep
ACCOUNTING FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONALS (ACCT 1300)          for students who want advanced, specialized           Level or Mature Student Status (MSS)
COMMUNICATION FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONALS I (COMM 1317)     education to prepare for a career as a legal
COMPUTERIZED DOCUMENT PRODUCTION I (COMP 1320)
                                                                                                           •   Plus senior level (Grade. 11 or higher)
HUMAN RELATIONS FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONAL (HR 1308)
                                                         office assistant, one of the valuable members         subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
KEYBOARDING I (COMP 1342)                                of the legal office team. Emphasis is placed          OAC, College Preparation (C),
OFFICE TECHNOLOGY & PROCEDURES (OFFC 1200)               on the practical demands of the job:                  University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                      confidentiality, professional ethics, meeting         University Preparation (U) or Post-
COMMUNICATION FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONALS II (COMM 2313)    deadlines, and demonstrating initiative.              secondary (college or university)
COMPUTERIZED DOCUMENT PRODUCTION II (COMP 2320)
INTEGRATED DOCUMENT APPLICATION (TRAN 1200)              Students gain a basic understanding of core           » Grade 12 English
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC 1000)                   areas of law including real estate, corporate
KEYBOARDING II (COMP 2360)                               estates, civil litigation, and family law, with
SPREADSHEETS I (COMP 1329)
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
                                                         emphasis on legal office administration and       Employment opportunities
                                                         procedures. Specialized terminology and
COMMUNICATION FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONALS III (COMM 3310)                                                     Legal secretary or legal assistant employed by:
CORPORATE/ESTATES ADMINISTRATION (LAW 1211)
                                                         documentation will form the basis on which
                                                         keyboarding, word processing and electronic       • Law firms;
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (SOCI 1000)
KEYBOARDING III (COMP 2361)                              transcription skills are developed. As well,      • Banks;
LEGAL WORD PROCESSING (OFFC 3204)                        emphasis is placed on improving
REAL ESTATE ADMINISTRATION (LAW 1210)                                                                      • Insurance companies;
                                                         communication skills and on developing            • Various government ministries;
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                      human relations. Students must achieve a
CANADIAN LAW (LAW 1307)                                                                                    • Court offices; and
FIELD PLACEMENT (FWK 4201)                               minimum keyboarding speed of 45 net words
KEYBOARDING IV (COMP 2362)                               per minute in order to graduate.                  • Legal departments of corporations.
LEGAL AUTOMATION (LAW 3205)
LEGAL TRANSCRIPTION (TRAN 2201)
                                                         Computers are an integral part of the legal
LITIGATION & FAMILY LAW ADMINISTRATION (LAW 1212)        office environment. Students become
                                                         familiar with the most commonly used legal
For course descriptions visit the individual program     software. A three week field placement
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.       component provides students with the
                                                         opportunity to apply their skills and
                                                         knowledge in actual office settings.
Opportunities for                                        Graduates from this program are employed
                                                         in law and paralegal offices, and with legal
degree completion or                                     departments of insurance firms, financial
additional credentials                                   institutions, industry, trust companies,
                                                         provincial and federal ministries, municipal
Durham College programs –                                offices, the courts and general offices.
  » Paralegal (graduate certificate)                     Upon successful completion of Year 1 of this
  » Court Support Services                               program, students may elect to finish their
Qualified graduates of this program may be               studies and graduate with a one-year Ontario
eligible to apply their academic credits                 College certificate in Office Administration.
towards further study through partnerships               Please make arrangements through the
with many Canadian and international                     Office of the Registrar.
colleges and universities.
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.




                                                                                                               YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                               TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     2,220
                                                                                                               TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    12,008
                                                                                                               STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
                                                                                                               LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $         5


                                                                                                               FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




120     www.durhamcollege.ca                                                                                                  Apply today! See page 9 for details.
Office Administration – Medical
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Office Administration – Medical)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                         Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca            Oshawa campus
School of Career Development &                           ontariocolleges.ca application code: OFMD         www.careerdevelopment.durhamcollege.ca
Continuing Education                                     September 2010




Program of study                                         Program description                               Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                      This two-year diploma program is designed         •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) College Prep
ACCOUNTING FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONALS (ACCT 1300)          to provide students with the skills, practical        Level or Mature Student Status (MSS)
COMMUNICATION FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONALS I (COMM 1317)     understanding and knowledge to perform
COMPUTERIZED DOCUMENT PRODUCTION I (COMP 1320)
                                                                                                           •   Plus senior level (Grade. 11 or higher)
HUMAN RELATIONS FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONAL (HR 1308)
                                                         administrative support in a wide variety of           subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
KEYBOARDING I (COMP 1342)                                medical environments. The focus will be on            OAC, College Preparation (C),
OFFICE TECHNOLOGY & PROCEDURES (OFFC 1200)               medical terminology and transcription, a              University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                      basic understanding of anatomy and                    University Preparation (U) or Post-
COMMUNICATION FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONALS II (COMM 2313)    physiology, medical billing, patient                  secondary (college or university)
COMPUTERIZED DOCUMENT PRODUCTION II (COMP 2320)          management, medical office procedures,
INTEGRATED DOCUMENT APPLICATION (TRAN 1200)                                                                    » Grade 12 English
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC 1000)                   medical ethics, privacy and confidentiality.
KEYBOARDING II (COMP 2360)                               The medical field is constantly changing and
SPREADSHEETS I (COMP 1329)                               computers are bringing a new concept and
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
COMMUNICATION FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONALS III (COMM 3310)
                                                         approach to office procedures used in             Employment opportunities
                                                         doctors' offices, clinics and hospitals.
DOCTORS' OFFICE PROCEDURES (OFFC 3205)                                                                     •   Medical receptionist;
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (SOCI 1000)
                                                         Students in the program receive expert
KEYBOARDING III (COMP 2361)                              training in computerized medical records          •   Medical secretary;
MEDICAL BILLING I (PROG 1201)                            systems, computerized OHIP billing systems        •   Medical transcriptionist;
MEDICAL SCIENCE I (MDSC 1200)                            and other office equipment technology
MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION I (TRAN 1202)
                                                                                                           •   Medical support staff;
                                                         applications. This program ensures that           •   Hospital ward or unit clerk;
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                      graduates are skilled and specialized
FIELD PLACEMENT (FWK 4202)                                                                                 •   Medical record clerk;
HOSPITAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS (COMP 4300)                 professionals who are comfortable with the
HOSPITAL PROCEDURE/MEDICAL RECORDS (OFFC 4205)           latest technology and who can compete             •   Doctor's offices;
INTEGRATED SOFTWARE (COMP 2252)                          effectively in the workplace. Please note that    •   Hospitals;
KEYBOARDING IV (COMP 2362)
MEDICAL BILLING II (PROG 3201)
                                                         students are required to achieve 45 net words     •   Clinics: general, health and wellness,
MEDICAL SCIENCE II (TERM 2200)                           per minute keyboarding speed to graduate.             alternative medicine, radiology clinics; and
MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION II (TRAN 2204)                     A three-week medical office environment           •   Pharmaceutical manufacturers.
                                                         workplace component will provide students
For course descriptions visit the individual program
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                         with practical, hands-on experience and the
                                                         opportunity to apply the theories and
                                                         concepts learned in the Office Administration
                                                         – Medical program classroom.
Opportunities for                                        Graduates of this program are employed as
degree completion or                                     medical secretaries, transcriptionists, medical
                                                         office co-ordinators, receptionists, ward
additional credentials                                   clerks or unit clerks. Employers include
Qualified graduates of this program may be               hospitals, medical laboratories, research
eligible to apply their academic credits                 facilities, residential care facilities, non-
towards further study through partnerships               institutional health services, community
with many Canadian and international                     clinics, insurance companies, educational and
colleges and universities. See page 30 or visit          government institutions, healthcare providers
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                      and offices of physicians, surgeons,
                                                         optometrists, chiropractors and other health
                                                         practitioners.
                                                         Graduates with an average of 75 per cent or
                                                         better may use this qualification towards a
                                                         Canadian Medical Secretary (CMS)
                                                         designation with the Ontario Medical
                                                         Secretaries Association.
                                                         Upon successful completion of Year 1 of this
                                                         program, students may elect to finish their
                                                         studies and graduate with a one-year Ontario
                                                         College certificate in Office Administration.         YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
                                                         Please make arrangements through the Office
                                                         of the Registrar.                                     TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,220
                                                                                                               TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $   12,008
                                                                                                               STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
                                                                                                               LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $        5


                                                                                                               FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Paralegal (Formerly Court and Tribunal Agent/Paralegal)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Paralegal)


Two-year Ontario College Diploma                         Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Oshawa campus
School of Justice & Emergency Services                   ontariocolleges.ca application code: CTA         www.jes.durhamcollege.ca
                                                         September 2010




Program of study                                         Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                      This program is accredited by the Law            •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
COMMUNICATIONS/WRITING I (COMM 1344)                     Society of Upper Canada and therefore                Student Status (MSS)
INTRODUCTION TO CANADIAN LEGAL SYSTEM (LEGL 1300)        meets the rigorous competencies set by the
LEGAL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I (COMP 1344)
                                                                                                          •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
POLITICAL SCIENCE (PFP 105)
                                                         Law Society for paralegals. The Paralegal            subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
PSYCHOLOGY (PFP 102)                                     Diploma is a two year program that prepares          OAC, College Preparation (C),
TORTS & CONTRACTS (LAW 1337)                             students for the paralegal licensing                 University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                      examination with the Law Society; an                 University Preparation (U) or Post-
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW (TRIB 1300)                           examination our paralegal graduates are              secondary (college or university)
COMMUNICATIONS/WRITING II (COMM 2323)                    eligible to write. The program is designed to
EVIDENCE & THE LITIGATION PROCESS (LAW 2315)                                                                  » Grade 12 English
GENERAL EDUCATION COURSE (GNED 0000)                     provide students with the specialized
LEGAL RESEARCH/WRITING (LAW 1315)                        knowledge and skills required to provide             » keyboarding skills at 50 wpm
SMALL CLAIMS COURT I (CIVL 1301)                         legal services as a licensed paralegal and             recommended
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                      also to work as a paralegal under the
ADR-ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (LAW 2305)
ADVOCACY (TRIB 1301)
                                                         supervision of a lawyer. Upon licensing by       Employment opportunities
COMMERCIAL VEHICLE REGULATION & PROVINCIAL OFFENCES
                                                         the Law Society a licensed paralegal is          •   Licensed paralegals may represent parties
  APPLICATION (CVOR 1310)                                permitted to provide legal services within the       before the Small Claims Court, Provincial
EMPLOYMENT LAW (EMPL 3300)                               authorized areas of practice.                        Offences Court, proceedings under the
ETHICS & PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY (ETHC 1300)
FIELD PLACEMENT/PRACTICUM I (FWK 1303)                   Provincial legislation requires paralegals to        Criminal Code before a summary
PROVINCIAL OFFENCES/MOTOR VEHICLE OFFENCES (PROV 1303)   be licensed to practice in the areas of Small        conviction court, and before a tribunal
TRIBUNAL PRACTICE & PROCEDURE (TRIB 2303)                Claims Court, Provincial Offences, Summary           such as the WSIB and Landlord and Tenant
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                      Conviction Offences and Administrative               Board; and
CRIMINAL/SUMMARY CONVICTION PROCEDURE (PROV 2301)        Tribunals in Ontario. All licensed paralegals
FIELD PLACEMENT/PRACTICUM II (FWK 2303)
                                                                                                          •   In-house paralegals/agents for law firms,
LEGAL ACCOUNTING (ACCT 4300)
                                                         must be members of the Law Society of                paralegal firms, municipalities,
LEGAL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS II (COMP 2333)               Upper Canada, the regulatory body                    government agencies, tribunals and courts.
PRACTICE MANAGEMENT (MGMT 1339)                          governing paralegals in the province.
RESIDENTIAL LANDLORD & TENANT LAW (CIVL 1303)
SMALL CLAIMS COURT II (CLMS 2300)                        Pursuant to the accreditation of the Paralegal
WSIB/INSURANCE & ACCIDENT BENEFITS (FSCO 1310)           Programs, a significant training segment for
                                                         the Paralegal Diploma students includes the
For course descriptions visit the individual program     completion of 280 hours of field placement
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.       during the second year of study, where
                                                         students have the opportunity to work in the
                                                         legal field and evaluate further career
Opportunities for                                        options.

degree completion or
additional credentials
Durham College programs –
» Advanced Law Enforcement and
  Investigations (graduate certificate)
» Youth Corrections and Interventions
  (graduate certificate)
Qualified graduates of this program may be
eligible to apply their academic credits
towards further study through partnerships
with many Canadian and international
colleges and universities. See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.



                                                                                                              YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                              TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     2,220
                                                                                                              TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    12,008
                                                                                                              STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
                                                                                                              LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $        50


                                                                                                              FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Paralegal (graduate certificate) (Formerly Court and Tribunal Agent)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Paralegal)


One-year Ontario College Graduate Certificate            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca                           Oshawa campus
School of Justice & Emergency Services                   ontariocolleges.ca application code: CTAP                        www.jes.durhamcollege.ca
                                                         September 2010




Program of study                                         Program description                                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                      This program is designed for students who                        • Legally related two-year college diploma or
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW (TRIB 1300)                           have previous education or work experience,                        university degree
ADR – ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (LAW 2305)          please see the entrance requirements section
COMMUNICATIONS/WRITING I – CTAP (COMM 1341)
                                                                                                                          or
ETHICS & PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY (ETHC 1300)
                                                         of this page for further detail.                                 • Three-to five-years of related experience
EVIDENCE & THE LITIGATION PROCESS – CTAP (LAW 1314)      This program is accredited by the Law                              (must submit a resumé and references)
INTRODUCTION TO CANADIAN LEGAL SYSTEM (LEGL 1300)        Society of Upper Canada and therefore
LEGAL RESEARCH/WRITING – CTAP (LAW 1322)                                                                                    and Ontario Secondary School Diploma
PROVINCIAL OFFENCES/MOTOR VEHICLE OFFENCES (PROV 1303)   meets the rigorous competencies set by the                         (OSSD) or equivalent
TORTS & CONTRACTS (LAW 1337)                             Law Society for paralegals. The Paralegal
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                      graduate certificate prepares students for the
ADVOCACY (TRIB 1301)                                     paralegal licensing examination with the Law
CRIMINAL/SUMMARY CONVICTION PROCEDURE (PROV 2303)
EMPLOYMENT LAW (EMPL 3300)
                                                         Society; an examination our Paralegal                            Employment opportunities
FIELD PLACEMENT – CTAP (FWK 2309)
                                                         graduates are eligible to write. The program                     •   Licensed paralegals may represent parties
LEGAL ACCOUNTING – CTAP (ACCT 4303)                      is designed to provide students with the                             before the Small Claims Court, Provincial
LEGAL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS II (COMP 2333)               specialized knowledge and skills required to                         Offences Court, proceedings under the
PRACTICE MANAGEMENT (MGMT 1339)                          provide legal services as a licensed paralegal
RESIDENTIAL LANDLORD & TENANT LAW (CIVL 1303)                                                                                 Criminal Code before a summary
SMALL CLAIMS COURT (CLMS 1310)                           and also to work as a paralegal under the                            conviction court, and before a tribunal such
TRIBUNAL PRACTICE & PROCEDURE (TRIB 2303)                supervision of a lawyer. It is designed                              as the WSIB and Landlord and Tenant
                                                         specifically for those who have obtained                             Board; and
For course descriptions visit the individual program     either a legally related degree or diploma or
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.                                                                        •   In-house paralegals/agents for law firms,
                                                         who have three- to five-years legally related
                                                                                                                              paralegal firms, municipalities,
                                                         experience. Upon licensing by the Law
                                                                                                                              government agencies, tribunals and courts.
                                                         Society, a licensed paralegal is permitted to
Opportunities for                                        provide legal services within the authorized
                                                         areas of practice.
degree completion or                                     Provincial legislation requires paralegals to
additional credentials                                   be licensed to practice in the areas of Small
                                                         Claims Court, Provincial Offences, Summary
Durham College programs –                                Conviction Offences and Administrative
  » Advanced Law Enforcement                             Tribunals in Ontario. All licensed paralegals
    (graduate certificate)                               must be members of the Law Society of
  » Youth Corrections and Interventions                  Upper Canada, the regulatory body
    (graduate certificate)                               governing paralegals in the province.
Qualified graduates of this program may be
eligible to apply their academic credits                 Note: Pursuant to the Law Society’s accreditation of the
                                                         Paralegal program, students complete an extensive field
towards further study through partnerships               training component giving students the opportunity to gain
with many Canadian and international                     practical hands-on experience in a legal environment. Students
colleges and universities.                               will spend 120 hours in their second semester in a field
See page 30 or visit                                     placement.
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.




                                                                                                                              YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                                              TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,683
                                                                                                                              TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $   12,008
                                                                                                                              STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914


                                                                                                                              FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




Apply today! See page 9 for details.                                                                                                           www.durhamcollege.ca 123
Paramedic
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Paramedic)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                       Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Program previously oversubscribed
School of Health & Community Services                  ontariocolleges.ca application code: PPC         Oshawa campus
                                                       September 2010                                   www.hcs.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                       Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    The Paramedic program at Durham College          •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
GENERAL EDUCATION (GNED 0000)                          has successfully achieved accreditation with         Student Status (MSS)
PARAMEDIC ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY (ANTY 1401)             the Canadian Medical Association
PARAMEDIC CLINICAL 1 (CLIN 1400)
                                                                                                        •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
PARAMEDIC FITNESS & WELLNESS (FITS 1401)
                                                       (November 2005) making this the first                subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
PARAMEDIC THEORY (THEO 1401)                           community college in Ontario to achieve this         OAC, College Preparation (C),
PARAMEDIC THEORY 1 – LAB (THEO 1402)                   status. This program prepares students for           University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    employment as a paramedic. Instructional             University Preparation (U) or Post-
GENERAL EDUCATION (GNED 0000)                          techniques include classroom and laboratory          secondary (college or university)
LEADERSHIP (LEAD 1400)                                 activities, computer-assisted learning,
PARAMEDIC ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2 (ANTY 2400)                                                                » Grade 12 English
PARAMEDIC CLINICAL 2 (CLIN 2400)                       intensive clinical and field placement
PARAMEDIC FITNESS & WELLNESS 2 (FITS 2401)             components along with individual and group           » Grade 12 mathematics
PARAMEDIC MEDICAL LEGAL ISSUES (MED 2400)              study. Essential communication skills and            » Grade 11 or 12 biology
PARAMEDIC MEDICAL MATHEMATICS (MATH 2400)
PARAMEDIC THEORY 2 (THEO 2400)
                                                       physical and emotional wellness training             » Grade 11 or 12 chemistry
PARAMEDIC THEORY 2 – LAB (THEO 2401)                   round out the curriculum in this program.
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                    Graduates are eligible to write the provincial   For oversubscribed selection process see page 10.
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 3 (ANTY 3400)                     advanced certification exam (AEMCA) to
PARAMEDIC CRISIS MANAGEMENT (EMEG 3401)                become a primary care paramedic in Ontario.
PARAMEDIC PRACTICUM I (PRAT 3400)
PARAMEDIC THEORY 3 (THEO 3400)
                                                       Canadian Medical Association accreditation       Post-admission requirements
PARAMEDIC THEORY 3 – LAB (THEO 3401)                   will allow for employability on a national       (required by July 31)
                                                       basis. Students are responsible for their        •   Minimum class 'G2' driver's license (must
YAER 2 – SEMESTER 4
PARAMEDIC ETHICAL ISSUES (ETH 4400)                    transportation to and from their placement           have valid class 'G' driver's license by end
PARAMEDIC PRACTICUM II (PRAT 4400)                     and must undergo a criminal record search.           of first year of the program);
PARAMEDIC THEORY 4 (THEO 4400)                         All immunization records (entry
PARAMEDIC THEORY 4 – LAB (THEO 4401)                                                                    •   Completion and submission of Entry
                                                       immunization form) including the two-step
                                                                                                            Immunization Form;
                                                       tuberculin skin test must be submitted to the
For course descriptions visit the individual program                                                    •   Current CPR basic rescuer (level C) and
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     Durham College health nurse before
                                                       admission can be granted.                            standard first aid certificates;
                                                                                                        •   Clear criminal record check (no convictions)
                                                       Employment Standards                                 with the vulnerable sector screening;
                                                       According to the Ambulance Act,
Opportunities for                                      employment as a paramedic is prohibited to       •   Students who cannot provide a clear
degree completion or                                   any individual who:                                  criminal reference check may be denied the
                                                                                                            opportunity to enter placement and this will
additional credentials                                 • Has received six or more demerit points on
                                                         his/her driving record in the past year;
                                                                                                            impact the student’s ability to complete the
                                                                                                            full program and/or secure employment; and
Durham College program –                               • Has had a driver's license suspended in the
                                                                                                        •   Communicable Disease Report.
  » Advanced Care Paramedic                              previous two years;
    (graduate certificate)                             • Has been prohibited from driving under         Note: Students must have a valid class 'F' driver's license by
Qualified graduates of this program may be               the Criminal Code within the past three        the beginning of semester four. To apply for this license,
eligible to apply their academic credits                 years; and                                     students must complete an MTO/medical report. This report
towards further study through partnerships             • Has been convicted of any crime involving
                                                                                                        asks for a complete health history, a complete medical
with many Canadian and international                                                                    examination and the signature of the student's physician.
                                                         moral turpitude for which he/she has not
colleges and universities.                                                                              This program demands a high degree of physical fitness,
                                                         been pardoned.                                 flexibility and lifting strength. In order to participate in field
See page 30 or visit                                                                                    placement a paramedic student must demonstrate the ability to
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                                                                     perform two person lifts, and transfer of patients weighing up to

NEW: Graduates from the Paramedic
                                                       Employment opportunities                         95 kg (210 lbs), and the weight of any necessary equipment.
                                                                                                        More than one criminal record check may be required.
program may receive up to 57 advanced                  •   Emergency medical responder with
credits (19 courses) towards the 120 credit                municipal fire department;
hour (40 courses) honours Bachelor of Allied           •   Emergency response team member;
Health Sciences degree at UOIT. For further            •   Paramedic in the Ontario ambulance
information please consult                                 system;
www.healthsciences.uoit.ca.                            •   Technical assistant in some health and
                                                           medical centres and hospital; emergency          YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
                                                           departments; and
                                                                                                            TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                        $      6,943
                                                       •   Transfer service member.                         STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:                        $        914
                                                                                                            LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:               $         15


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Paramedic – Advanced Care (graduate certificate)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Advanced Care Paramedic)



One-year (three-semester) Ontario                      Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca            Oshawa campus
College Graduate Certificate                           ontariocolleges.ca application code: PADV         www.hcs.durhamcollege.ca
School of Health & Community Services                  September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                               Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    This program is designed for students who         •   Successful completion of a CMA accredited
PADV ADVANCED CLINICAL TECHNIQUES (CLIN 5402)          have previous education or work experience,           Primary Care Paramedic program or
PADV ADVANCED PATIENT MANAGEMENT (PATI 5400)           please see the entrance requirements section          equivalent;
PADV CLINICAL PRESENTATIONS (PRES 5400)
PADV PHARMACOLOGY (PHAR 5400)
                                                       of this page for further detail.                  •   Attendance at a mandatory orientation
PADV PRACTICUM 1 (PRAT 5400)                           This program provides current paramedics              session; and
PADV RESEARCH APPRAISAL (RESR 5400)                    with the opportunity to obtain the skills and     •   Written evaluation/testing will be required.
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    knowledge to seek employment as an
PADV CLINICAL 2 (CLIN 6400)                            advanced care paramedic.
PADV PRACTICUM 2 (PRAT 6400)                                                                             Note: A current AEMCA license is not required for admission to
PADV ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES (ROLE 6400)              Advanced care paramedics possess extensive        the Advanced Care Paramedic program; however, it is a
                                                       critical thinking and decision making skills      requirement to work as a paramedic in Ontario.
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
PADV PRACTICUM 3 (PRAT 7400)                           required for additional training and
                                                       certification in advanced airway management,
For course descriptions visit the individual program
                                                                                                         Post-admission requirements
                                                       intravenous therapy, advanced electrical
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.                                                       •   Completion and submit an Entry
                                                       therapy and monitoring skills. Instructional
                                                                                                             Immunization Form;
                                                       techniques are based on a problem-based
                                                       learning model and make extensive use of          •   Criminal record check (no convictions) with
                                                                                                             vulnerable sector screening, students who
Opportunities for                                      classroom and laboratory activities, computer-
                                                       assisted learning, intensive clinical and field       cannot provide a clear criminal reference
degree completion or                                   placement components along with individual            check may be denied the opportunity to
                                                                                                             enter placement and this will impact the
                                                       and group study.
additional credentials                                 An emphasis on research appraisal and the
                                                                                                             student’s ability to complete the full
Qualified graduates of this program may be                                                                   program and/or secure employment; and
                                                       evidence base for patient care completes the
eligible to apply their academic credits               educational process.                              •   Communicable Disease Report.
towards further study through partnerships
                                                       This program is accredited by the Canadian
with many Canadian and international
                                                       Medical Association (CMA)
colleges and universities. See page 30 or visit
                                                       (www.cma.ca/cma/common/start.do?lang=2),
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.
                                                       and approved by the Ontario Ministry of
                                                       Health and Long-Term Care, Emergency
                                                       Health Services Branch
                                                       (www.health.gov.on.ca/english/public/
                                                       program/ambul/ehs_mn.html)


                                                       Field Placement
                                                       Students are responsible for their own
                                                       transportation to and from their placement.
                                                       Students must undergo a criminal record
                                                       check that is current within three months of
                                                       the start of field placement.




                                                                                                             YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                             TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                     $    15,039
                                                                                                             TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):                $    23,783
                                                                                                             STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:                     $       914
                                                                                                             LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:            $        15


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Personal Support Worker
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Personal Support Worker)



One-year Ontario College Certificate                       Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca            Oshawa campus
School of Health & Community Services                      ontariocolleges.ca application code: PSWK         www.hcs.durhamcollege.ca
                                                           September 2010 and March 2011




Program of study                                           Program description                               Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                        Graduates of this one-year certificate            •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
BIOLOGY (BIOL 1501)                                        program learn the skills required to provide          Student Status (MSS)
COMMUNICATION CONCEPTS (COMM 1505)                         assistance for daily living activities such as
COMPUTER LITERACY (COMP 1000)
                                                                                                             •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
HEALTH PROMOTION & DEVELOPMENT ACROSS
                                                           personal care and hygiene, household and              subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
  THE LIFESPAN (PSWH 1500)                                 family management, nutrition, assisting with          OAC, College Preparation (C),
PRACTICE LAB 1 (FIRST 7 WEEKS) (PSWL 1500)                 medications and palliative and restorative            University/College Preparation (M),
PRACTICUM (LAST 7 WEEKS) (PRAC 1500)                       activities. As part of their training, students
PSW FOUNDATIONS (PSWF 1500)                                                                                      University Preparation (U) or Post-
                                                           have the opportunity to practice what they            secondary (college or university)
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                        have learned through supervised placements
COMMUNITY PRACTICUM (4 WEEKS) (PRAC 3500)                                                                        » Grade 12 English
FUNDAMENTALS OF HOSPICE PALLIATIVE CARE (PSWP 2500)        in both institutional and community settings.
HEALTH CHALLENGES & SUPPORTING SPECIAL NEEDS (PSWC 2500)
                                                                                                                 » Senior biology or biology upgrade
                                                           Personal Support Workers are valued                     strongly recommended
LONG TERM CARE PRACTICUM (4 WEEKS) (PRAC 2500)
MENTAL HEALTH & COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT (PSWM 2500)
                                                           members of the health care team and are
                                                           employed by agencies providing services to            » Keyboarding/basic computer skills
PRACTICE LAB II (PSWL 2500)
PROFESSIONAL GROWTH ISSUES (PSWG 2500)                     clients in their homes, and by institutions             recommended
                                                           such as nursing homes, retirement                 Post-admission requirements
For course descriptions visit the individual program       residences and long-term care facilities,         Required for admission into this program
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                           schools, group homes, and hospitals.              (at the student's expense):
                                                           Practicum                                         • Criminal reference checks to be completed
                                                           Practicum experiences take place throughout         prior to practicum (must be current to three
Opportunities for                                          the Durham Region. Students are                     months of start of placement). Students who
                                                                                                               do not have a clear criminal reference may
degree completion or                                       responsible for their transportation to and
                                                           from their practicum agency. A clear, current       be prevented from completing the practice
additional credentials                                     criminal reference check with Vulnerable            course of the curriculum and therefore may
                                                           Sector Screening, proof of immunizations            be unable to complete the program;
Durham College program –
                                                           and CPR certification – Level C are a             • Applicants who are concerned about this
  » Practical Nursing (application required                condition of placement.                             are encouraged to discuss their
    through ontariocolleges.ca by February 1st)                                                                circumstances with the student liaison.
Qualified graduates of this program may be                 Advantages we offer:
                                                                                                               It is recommended that applicants meet
eligible to apply their academic credits                   •   Obtain an Ontario College certificate;
                                                                                                               with this individual prior to confirming
towards further study through partnerships                 •   Learn in a new state-of-the-art Simulation      their offer of admission. Students are to
with many Canadian and international                           Lab and Health Care Learning Centre;            arrange and pay for the criminal reference
colleges and universities.                                 •   Small group instruction in practicum and        check in their primary residence
See page 30 or visit                                           laboratory setting;                             (hometown). When requesting a criminal
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                        •   Obtain additional certificates:                 reference check, students must inform the
                                                               Fundamentals of Hospice Palliative Care,        police that it is for work with vulnerable
                                                               St. Peter's Feeding;                            persons and is required for a student
Employment opportunities                                   •   Provide care for clients in health care         placement;
•   Long-term care facilities;                                 facilities under the direct supervision and   • Complete an entry immunization form,

•   Community service agencies;                                direction of experienced faculty;               an applicant whose health record does
                                                           •   Write a comprehensive exam;                     not meet the requirements of the college
•   Retirement homes;
                                                                                                               maybe be asked to have a second medical
•   Home care agencies; and                                •   Be job ready; and
                                                                                                               examination from a physician affiliated
•   Group homes.                                           •   Be sought out by local employers.               with Durham College; and
                                                           September or March start                          • Certification in CPR (Level C)/standard
                                                           •   Students who begin classes in September         first aid.
                                                               will complete Semester 1 in the fall and
                                                               Semester 2 in the winter/spring.
                                                           •   Students who begin classes in March will
                                                               complete Semester 1 March to mid June
                                                               and Semester 2 from mid June to end of
                                                               September, the March intake is a
                                                                                                                 YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
                                                               compressed program.
                                                                                                                 TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     2,220
                                                                                                                 TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    12,008
                                                                                                                 STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
                                                                                                                 LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $        50


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Pharmaceutical and Food Science Technology
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Pharmaceutical and Food Science Technology



Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma              Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca            Oshawa campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,              ontariocolleges.ca application code: PHRM         www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                              September 2010




Program of study                                         Program description                               Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                      The Pharmaceutical and Food Science               •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES (TECH 1131)                        Technology program provides the essential             Student Status (MSS)
CHEMISTRY I (CHEM 1131)                                  skills, laboratory training, and experience in
COMMUNICATIONS FOR SUCCESS (COMM 2103)
                                                                                                           •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (COMP 1101)
                                                         biology, microbiology and chemistry for               subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
MATHEMATICS I (MATH 1132)                                students to pursue a career in science.               OAC, College Preparation (C),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                      Analysis of food, isolating and identification        University/College Preparation (M),
BIOLOGY (BIOL 1131)                                      of micro-organisms, screening for the purity          University Preparation (U) or Post-
CHEMISTRY II (CHEM 2131)                                 and chemical composition of pharmaceutical            secondary (college or university)
FOOD & PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE (NUTR 2132)                products are just a few of the skills acquired.
MATHEMATICS II (MATH 2132)                                                                                     » Grade 12 English
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I (ORGN 1131)                          Students are also taught the processes used           » Grade 12 mathematics
TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 2136)                     in a food or pharmaceutical company to
                                                         produce and safely test high-quality products         » Biology, chemistry or environmental
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY I (CHEM 3131)                       for consumer acceptance.                                sciences recommended
ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTATION (INST 2134)
BIOCHEMISTRY I (BIOC 3131)                               In the fully equipped microbiology, chemical
INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY (MICR 1131)                    analysis, and processing facilities on            Fast track opportunity, for details see page 129.
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II (ORGN 2131)                         campus, students gain hands-on experience
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (ORGB 1101)
STATISTICAL METHODS IN QUALITY CONTROL (STAT 3136)       in the methods and instrumentation used in        Note: Further details on entrance pathways can be found on
                                                         the industry.                                     Pharmaceutical and Food Science Technology program page
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                                                                        at http://www.durhamcollege.ca/static/pathways/
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY II (CHEM 4131)                      The Pharmaceutical Sciences Group (PSG)           pharm.pdf
ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTATION LAB (INST 2135)               (www.psg.ca) and the Canadian Institute of
BIOCHEMISTRY II (BIOC 4131)
LAW & ETHICS (GNED 1402)
                                                         Food Science and Technology (CIFST)
MICROBIAL APPLICATIONS I – FOOD & WATER (MICR 2131)
PHARMACEUTICS (PHRM 3131)
                                                         (www.cifst.ca) have and will continue to
                                                         donate many different cash awards to our
                                                                                                           Employment opportunities
                                                         students for academic excellence, because         •   Research and development laboratories;
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5
CHROMATOGRAPHY I (INST 5132)                             this is a unique program in Ontario and local     •   Quality control laboratories and analysis;
FIELD PLACEMENT (PLAC 1100)                              employers repeatedly require the technical            and
GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICES (GOOD 1131)
MICROBIAL APPLICATIONS II – DIAGNOSTIC & RAPID METHODS   expertise of our graduates.                       •   Manufacturing, administration, marketing
  (MICR 2133)                                            A work placement program in third year                and/or sales in the food, pharmaceutical or
PHARMACOLOGY (PHRM 4131)                                                                                       cosmetic industry.
                                                         allows students to work one day per week for
PROCESSING OPERATIONS I (PROC 5131)
SPECTROSCOPY I (INST 5131)                               a company while completing their studies at
                                                         Durham College.                                   Some related occupations:
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 6
CHROMATOGRAPHY II (INST 6132)                            High school students interested in a career in    • Biochemist;
FIELD PLACEMENT (PLAC 1100)                              Pharmaceutical and Food Science
PHARMACEUTICAL MICROBIOLOGY (MICR 2134)                                                                    • Chemist;
PROCESSING OPERATIONS II (PROC 6131)
                                                         Technology are encouraged to view the
                                                         following link to see educational pathways to     • Food scientist; and
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT (PROD 3131)
QUALITY ASSURANCE & CONTROL (QUAL 1133)                  qualify for admission into this program:          • Microbiologist.
SPECTROSCOPY II (INST 6131)                              www.durhamcollege.ca/static/pathways/
                                                         pharm.pdf.
For course descriptions visit the individual program
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.




Opportunities for
degree completion or
additional credentials
Qualified graduates of this program may be
eligible to apply their academic credits
towards further study through partnerships
with many Canadian and international
colleges and universities.                                                                                     YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)
See page 30 or visit                                                                                           TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):                   $      2,220
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                                                                            TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):              $     12,008
                                                                                                               STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:                   $        914
                                                                                                               LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:          $        100


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Pharmaceutical and Food Science Technology (compressed fast track)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Pharmaceutical and Food Science Technology)



Advanced Ontario College Diploma                            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca              Oshawa campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,                 ontariocolleges.ca application code: PHMF           www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                                 September 2010




Program of study                                            Program description                                 Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                         Both domestic and internationally educated          •   Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree from an
CHROMATOGRAPHY 1 (INST 5132)                                students with a Bachelor of Science (BSc) may           accredited university – including 2
FIELD PLACEMENT (FOR GEN. B.SC) (PLAC 1100)                 be eligible for a compressed, fast track                chemistry courses
GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICES (GOOD 1131)
MICROBIAL APPLICATIONS 2 – DIAGNOSTIC & RAPID (MICR 2133)
                                                            opportunity to complete diploma                         » Applicants must submit an official
PHARMACOLOGY (PHRM 4131)                                    requirements in two semesters.                            transcript demonstrating proof of
PROCESSING OPERATIONS 1 (PROC 5131)                         The Pharmaceutical and Food Science                       successful completion of a post-
SPECTROSCOPY 1 (INST 5131)
                                                            Technology program provides essential                     secondary degree program
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                         training for students wanting to pursue a
CHROMATOGRAPHY 2 (INST 6132)                                                                                    •   International students are also required to
FIELD PLACEMENT (FOR GEN. B.SC) (PLAC 1100)                 career in this field. With practical laboratory         submit a course by course evaluation to
PHARMACEUTICAL MICROBIOLOGY (MICR 2134)                     training, courses in microbiology,                      demonstrate the required pre-admission
PHARMACEUTICS (PHRM 3131)                                   spectrographic and chromatographic analysis,
PROCESSING OPERATIONS II (PROC 6131)
                                                                                                                    courses indicated.
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT (PROD 3131)
                                                            processing operations and product                   •   Attend an interview where you may be
SPECTROSCOPY 2 (INST 6131)                                  development students develop skills essential           asked to submit a transcript and resumé
                                                            to employers.                                           for review
For course descriptions visit the individual program        Analysis of food, isolating and identification of
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.                                                              •   English skills assessment may be required
                                                            micro-organisms, screening for the purity and
                                                            chemical composition of pharmaceutical
                                                            products are just a few of the skills acquired.     Employment opportunities
Opportunities for                                           Students are also taught the processes used
                                                                                                                •   Research and development laboratories;
                                                            in a food or pharmaceutical company to
degree completion or                                        produce and safely test high-quality products       •   Quality control laboratories and analysis;
additional credentials                                      for consumer acceptance.
                                                                                                                •
                                                                                                                    and
                                                                                                                    Manufacturing, administration, marketing
                                                            In the fully equipped microbiology, chemical
Qualified graduates of this program may be                                                                          and/or sales in the food, pharmaceutical or
                                                            analysis, and processing facilities on campus,
eligible to apply their academic credits                                                                            cosmetic industry.
                                                            students gain hands-on experience in the
towards further study through partnerships
                                                            methods and instrumentation used in the
with many Canadian and international
                                                            industry. The Canadian Institute of Food            Some related occupations:
colleges and universities.
                                                            Science and Technology (CIFST)                      • Biochemist;
See page 30 or visit                                        (www.cifst.ca) have and will continue to
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                                                                             • Chemist;
                                                            donate many different cash awards to our
                                                            students for academic excellence, because           • Food scientist; and
                                                            this is a unique program in Ontario and local       • Microbiologist.
                                                            employers repeatedly require the technical
                                                            expertise of our graduates.
                                                            The fast track option is designed specifically
                                                            for applicants with existing academic
                                                            credentials and provides students with the
                                                            advanced skills specific to the Food and
                                                            Pharmaceutical Science field to complement
                                                            the post-secondary scientific education
                                                            already achieved. The program provides
                                                            technical practice with many opportunities for
                                                            hands-on experience and project based
                                                            learning in product development.
                                                            In order to gain valuable practical knowledge,
                                                            a supervised workplace placement is a
                                                            component of the fast track program.
                                                            Applicants with an Honours BSc may apply
                                                            for credit for this component against their
                                                            supervised research project.
                                                                                                                    YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                                    TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,654
                                                                                                                    TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $   12,442
                                                                                                                    STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      882
                                                                                                                    LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $      190
                                                                                                                    OTHER FEES:                            $      180


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Police Foundations
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Police Foundations)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                       Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca              Daytime or Continuing Education
School of Justice & Emergency Services                 ontariocolleges.ca application code: POFD           Oshawa campus
                                                       September 2010 and January 2011                     www.jes.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                       Program description                                 Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    The two-year Police Foundations program             •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
CANADIAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM (PFP 101)             provides students with the skills and                   Student Status (MSS)
INTERVIEWING & INVESTIGATIONS (PFP 304)                knowledge to pursue entry-level policing
LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMUNICATIONS I (PFP 104)
                                                                                                           •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
PRINCIPLES OF ETHICAL REASONING (PFP 106)
                                                       positions. The program is designed to give              subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
PSYCHOLOGY (PFP 102)                                   students a broad education in human                     OAC, College Preparation (C),
SOCIOLOGY & CANADIAN SOCIETY (PFP 103)                 relations skills and the interpretation of social       University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    interaction.                                            University Preparation (U) or Post-
CRIMINAL CODE & CIVIL LAW (PFP 231)                    The program includes the study of police                secondary (college or university)
CRIMINOLOGY (PFP 201)
FITNESS I (PFP 110)                                    powers and procedures, community policing,              » Grade 12 English (minimum weighted
INTERPERSONAL & GROUP DYNAMICS (PFP 202)               investigation processes, race relations,                  75 per cent in ENG/EAE)
INVESTIGATION & EVIDENCE I (PFP 404)                   professional ethics and communication.
POLICE POWERS I (PFP 303)
POLITICS & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (PFP 215)             Graduates of the Police Foundations
                                                       program are eligible for careers in public          September or January start
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                                                                        •   Students may enter year one of the Police
CAREER PREPARATION – PFP (PFP 331)                     policing. Durham College Police Foundation
COMMUNITY POLICING I (PFP 306)                         graduates have been recruited by the RCMP,              Foundations program in September or
CRIMINAL CODE & FEDERAL STATUTES (PFP 402)             the Ontario Provincial Police, the Toronto              January; and
FITNESS II (PFP 220)                                                                                       •   Students who begin classes in January will
GENERAL EDUCATION (GNED 0000)                          Police Service, Durham Regional Police
LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMUNICATIONS II (PFP 204)            Service and other public police services.               complete semesters 1 and 2 from January
YOUTH IN CONFLICT WITH THE LAW (PFP 305)               Students will be subject to all requirements            to August and start Year 2, Semester 3
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    of the Ontario constable selection process              immediately in September.
CONFLICT MANAGEMENT (PFP 405)                          and local police requirements when applying
DIVERSITY & FIRST NATIONS PEOPLE (PFP 109)
                                                       for a position as a police constable in
FITNESS III (PFP 330)                                                                                      Post-Admission Requirements
INVESTIGATION & EVIDENCE II (PFP 414)                  Ontario. Students anticipating pursuing a
                                                                                                           •   Orientation session; and
POLICE POWERS II (PFP 403)                             career in public policing should be aware
PROVINCIAL OFFENCES (PFP 401)                          that specific minimum criteria such as vision       •   Proof of current criminal records search
TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT (PFP 307)                                                                                   may be required.
                                                       and hearing standards will apply. Those
For course descriptions visit the individual program   pursuing careers in private and public
                                                       policing are required to provide a clear
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.
                                                       criminal records check. For more information        Employment opportunities
                                                       please see the Applicant Testing Services           •   Police services;
                                                       website at                                          •   Security firms;
Opportunities for                                      www.applicanttesting.com/policing.htm.              •   In-house corporate security;
degree completion or                                                                                       •   Various provincial ministries;
additional credentials                                                                                     •   Canada Border Services; and
Durham College programs –                                                                                  •   Canadian Armed Forces.
  » Advanced Law Enforcement and
    Investigations (graduate certificate)
  » Court Support Services
  » Paralegal
  » Youth Corrections and Interventions
    (graduate certificate)
Qualified graduates of this program may be
eligible to apply their academic credits
towards further study through partnerships
with many Canadian and international
colleges and universities.
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.

                                                                                                               YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                               TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     2,220
                                                                                                               TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    12,008
                                                                                                               STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
                                                                                                               LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $        25


                                                                                                               FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Power Engineering Technician
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Power Engineering Technician)



Two-year Ontario College Diploma                        Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca              Whitby campus
School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship,             ontariocolleges.ca application code: PETC           www.aast.durhamcollege.ca
Skilled Trades & Technology                             September 2010




Program of study                                        Program description                                 Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                     A power engineering technician is an expert         •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
MATHEMATICS 1 (MATH 1424)                               in energy conversion. There are worldwide               Student Status (MSS)
POWER ENG APPLIED SCIENCE 1 (SCI 1400)                  opportunities for these highly skilled
POWER ENG BOILERS 1 (HEAT 1401)
                                                                                                            •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
POWER ENG COMMUNICATIONS & ADMINISTRATION (COMM 1430)
                                                        individuals. Power engineers oversee and                subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
POWER ENG INSTRUMENTATION & ELECTRICITY (INST 1402)     maintain equipment involved in the entire               OAC, College Preparation (C),
POWER ENG PIPING & SKETCHING (SYS 1408)                 process of heat generation and utilization.             University/College Preparation (M),
POWER ENG SAFETY & PLANT (SAFE 1404)
POWER ENG TRADE PRACTICAL/CALC 1 (PRAC 1409)            Within this program, students will be                   University Preparation (U) or Post-
                                                        introduced to all aspects of power plant                secondary (college or university)
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2
COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 2400)                              operation. Emphasis is placed on personal               » Grade 12 English
MATHEMATICS 2 (MATH 2401)                               and workplace safety. Students will study               » Grade 12 mathematics (technical
POWER ENG AUXILIARY SYSTEMS 1 (SYS 2406)                power boiler systems and operations;
POWER ENG COOLING SYSTEMS (SYS 2404)                                                                              mathematics recommended)
POWER ENG HEATING SYSTEMS (SYS 2405)
                                                        operation of electrical equipment; heating
                                                        and refrigeration systems and the                       » Grade 11 or 12 chemistry
POWER ENG MOVERS/AUX COMPONENTS 1 (ENGI 2400)
POWER ENG SCIENCE IN MOTION (SCI 2400)                  instrumentation and controls necessary to               » Grade 11 or 12 physics
POWER ENG TRADE PRACTICAL 2 (PRAC 2400)                 keep plant equipment operational. The
POWER ENG WORKPLACE LEGISLATION (WPL 2400)
                                                        hands-on practical classes and labs in this
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY 1 (MATH 3401)
                                                        program reinforce the learner’s                     Employment opportunities
POWER ENG APPLIED SCIENCE 2 (SCI 3400)                  understanding by supporting the theoretical         •   Electricity producing nuclear and thermal
POWER ENG AUXILIARY SYSTEMS 2 (SYS 3401)                classroom-based components.                             power plants;
POWER ENG BOILERS 2 (HEAT 3400)
POWER ENG MOVERS/AUX COMPONENTS 2 (ENGI 3400)
                                                        Successful completion of this program               •   Nuclear fuel conversion facilities;
POWER ENG PIPING SYSTEMS 2 (SYS 3400)                   provides the theory necessary to challenge          •   Oil field specialists;
POWER ENG TRADE PRACTICAL 3 (PRAC 3400)                 the TSSA’s Operating Engineer examination.
POWER ENGINEERING WORKPLACE QUALITY (QUAL 3400)                                                             •   Steam utilizing plants, hospitals and oil
                                                        Please note that it is the responsibility of the
                                                                                                                refineries;
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                     student to obtain the qualifying steam time
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY 2 (MATH 4401)                in a registered facility. This is required by the   •   Petrochemical plants;
POWER ENG CHEMISTRY (CHEM 4401)
POWER ENG CODES/LEGISLATION (LEGI 4400)                 Technical Standards and Safety Authority            •   Co-generation gas turbine plants;
POWER ENG ELECTRICITY (ELEC 4404)                       (TSSA) prior to granting of certifications.         •   Pulp and paper companies; and
POWER ENG FUELS & COMBUSTION (FUEL 4400)
POWER ENG INSTRUMENTATION/CONTROLS (INST 4400)                                                              •   Commercial and institutional facilities.
POWER ENG LEADERSHIP SKILLS (TEAM 4400)
POWER ENG PLANT SERVICES (PLNT 4400)
POWER ENG TRADE PRACTICAL 4 (PRAC 4400)

For course descriptions visit the individual program
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.




Opportunities for
degree completion or
additional credentials
Qualified graduates of this program may be
eligible to apply their academic credits
towards further study through partnerships
with many Canadian and international
colleges and universities.
See page 30 or visit
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.




                                                                                                                YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                                TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    5,732
                                                                                                                STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914


                                                                                                                FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Practical Nursing
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Practical Nursing)



Two-year (4.5 semesters) Ontario College Diploma              Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca             Program previously oversubscribed
School of Health & Community Services                         ontariocolleges.ca application code: PNII          Oshawa campus
                                                              September 2010 and January 2011                    www.hcs.durhamcollege.ca




Program of study                                              Program description                                  the CPIC is not clear, the College of Nurses
                                                                                                                   of Ontario may determine the graduate is
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                           This two-year diploma, approved by the               ineligible for registration;
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY (BIO 1502)                               College of Nurses of Ontario, is designed to       • Not be subject of proceedings with respect
DEVELOPMENT OF SELF I (NURS 1520)                             provide students with the knowledge, skills
HEALTH & HEALING I (NURS 1521)                                                                                     to professional misconduct, incompetence
MEDICATION MATHEMATICS (MODULE II – 7 WKS) (MATH 1502)
                                                              and attitudes necessary to practice as a safe,       or incapacity in Ontario in another health
NURSING COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 1501)                            competent and professional Practical Nurse.          profession or in another jurisdiction in
NURSING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE I (NURS 1522)                   Using the concept of caring as the basis of
NURSING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE LAB THEORY (NURS 1526)
                                                                                                                   nursing or in another health profession;
PRACTICE LAB I (NURS 1523)                                    nursing practice students develop                  • Evidence of suitability to practice as a
                                                              knowledge, skills and judgment in assessing,         Registered Practical Nurse in Ontario. Not
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II (BIO 2502)                            planning, implementing and evaluating                be suffering from physical or mental
HEALTH & HEALING II (NURS 2521)                               nursing care for all age groups as they              condition/illness which may affect his/her
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC 1000)                        experience various health challenges.
NURSING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE II (NURS 2522)                                                                       ability to practice nursing.
PHARMACOLOGY (NURS 2520)
                                                              Particular focus is placed on the ability to
                                                                                                                 Reference: College of Nurses of Ontario Fact
PRACTICE LAB II (NURS 2523)                                   communicate in a caring and therapeutic
                                                                                                                 Sheet Legislation and Regulation, An
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                           manner.
                                                                                                                 Introduction to the Nursing Act [1991], this
DEVELOPMENT ACROSS THE LIFESPAN (PSYC 2500)                   There is a strong emphasis on practical            legislation for all individuals requesting
HEALTH & HEALING – MENTAL HEALTH (7 WEEKS) (NURS 3520)        hands-on experience. Theory gained in the
HEALTH & HEALING ACUTE (7 WEEKS) (NURS 3519)                                                                     registration should be reviewed by students
HEALTH ASSESSMENT (HASS 3500)                                 classroom and simulated lab practice is            applying to nursing programs. For
NURSING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE – MENTAL HEALTH (7 WEEKS)       applied in long term care, medical, surgical,      information on how the new legislation may
 (NURS 3524)                                                  maternal/child, mental health and
NURSING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE ACUTE (7 WEEKS) (NURS 3523)                                                        impact you, call the CNO at 1.800.387.5526
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY I (PATH 3503)
                                                              community environments. Practicum                  for clarification.
                                                              placements take place in a variety of
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4
DEVELOPMENT OF SELF II (NURS 4520)
                                                              agencies throughout the Durham Region.
GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE (GNED 0000)
HEALTH & HEALING CHRONIC (7 WEEKS) (NURS 4518)
                                                              Practicum experiences may involve a variety        Entrance requirements
                                                              of shifts and may include weekends.
HEALTH & HEALING FAMILY HEALTH (7 WEEKS) (NURS 4519)                                                             •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
NURSING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE CHRONIC (7 WEEKS) (NURS 4523)   Students must have transportation to any of
                                                                                                                     Student Status (MSS)
NURSING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE FAMILY HEALTH                   the practicum placements within the Durham
 (7 WEEKS) (NURS 4524)                                        Region.                                            •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY II (PATH 4503)                                                                                       subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
                                                              Upon graduation, many students find
YEAR 3 – SEMESTER 5                                                                                                  OAC, College Preparation (C),
                                                              permanent positions in the agencies where
CONSOLIDATION (NURS 5502)                                                                                            University/College Preparation (M),
CONSOLIDATION SEMINAR (NURS 5508)                             they completed their placement as a vital
                                                                                                                     University Preparation (U) or Post-
                                                              member of the health team. Upon
                                                                                                                     secondary (college or university)
For course descriptions visit the individual program          completion of this two year diploma
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.            program, graduates must successfully                   » Grade 12 English (minimum weighted 70
                                                              complete the Canadian Practical Nurse                    per cent in ENG/EAE)
                                                              Registration Examination (CPNRE) to become             » Grade 12 mathematics (minimum
                                                              a Registered Practical Nurse in Ontario and a            weighted 75 per cent)
                                                              member of the College of Nurses of Ontario.            » Grade 11 or 12 biology
                                                              Please Note: In Ontario, the Nursing Act has           » Grade 11 or 12 chemistry
                                                              the following conditions for registration as a         » Keyboarding, basic computer skills and
                                                              Practical Nurse. These conditions may                    word processing skills are highly
                                                              impact on the eligibility of a graduate of the           recommended
                                                              Practical Nursing program to be registered
                                                              with the College of Nurses of Ontario, as a        For oversubscribed selection process see page 10.
                                                              Registered Practical Nurse.                        September or January start
                                                              The requirements that must be met for              Students who begin classes in January will
                                                              registration as a RPN in Ontario include:          complete, Semester 1 and 2 (Year 1) from
                                                              • Proof of Canadian citizenship, landed            January to September and Semester 3 and 4
                                                                immigrant status, or authorization under         (Year 2) from January to September,
                                                                the immigration and Refuge Protection Act        Semester 5 will run August to November.
                                                                [Canada];
                                                              • Passing the Canadian Practical Nursing
                                                                registration exam;
                                                              • Evidence of fluency in written and spoken
                                                                English or French;
                                                              • Evidence of good character: This includes
                                                                providing a Canadian Police Information
                                                                Centre Criminal Record Synopsis (CPIC
                                                                check) as part of the registration process, if




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Practical Nursing (continued)

Post-admission requirements
Prior to commencing the program:
                                                    Opportunities for                            Employment opportunities
• Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation              degree completion or                         As registered practical nurses in a variety of
                                                                                                 environments:
  Basic Rescuer Certificate in
  Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, CPR level
                                                    additional credentials                       • Long-term care facilities;
  C certificate and Standard First Aid;             Durham College programs –                    • Psychiatric and acute care hospitals;
• Accepted applicants must be in good                 » Addictions Counselling                   • Community service agencies; and
  health and submit an Entry Immunization               (graduate certificate)
                                                                                                 • Industry, clinics, physician's offices.
  Form prior to registration. An applicant            » Communicative Disorders Assistant
  whose health record does not meet the                 (graduate certificate)
  requirements of the college may be asked          Qualified graduates of this program may be
  to have a second medical examination              eligible to apply their academic credits
  from a physician affiliated with Durham           towards further study through partnerships
  College; and                                      with many Canadian and international
• To be eligible to participate in some             colleges and universities.
  practicum placements, proof of a clear            See page 30 or visit
  Police Record Check [CPIC] including              www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.
  vulnerable sector screen, at the student's
  expense, is required. Students who do not
  have a clear criminal reference may be
  prevented from completing the practice
  course of the curriculum and therefore may
  be unable to complete the program.
  Applicants who are concerned about this
  are encouraged to discuss their
  circumstances with the student success
  liaison in the School of Health &
  Community Services. It is recommended
  that applicants meet with this individual
  prior to confirming their offer of admission.
Advantages we offer:
•   Integration of theory, knowledge and
    practice in diverse settings;
•   Practice in a new state-of-the-art simulation
    lab;
•   Small group instruction in practicum and
    lab settings;
•   Emphasis on building competence and
    confidence with caring and experienced
    faculty guidance;
•   Practicum experience providing
    challenging learning opportunities in
    medical-surgical, mental health and
    community environments;
•   Consolidation semester of full-time nursing
    experience partnered with a Registered
    Practical Nurse professional; and
•   Opportunity to bridge to the BScN program
    at UOIT following completion of a Practical
    Nursing diploma and registration with the
    College of Nurses of Ontario.




                                                                                                  YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                  TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $    2,945
                                                                                                  STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $      914
                                                                                                  LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $      215


                                                                                                  FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Pre-Media
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Pre-Media)



One-year Ontario College Certificate                   Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca           Oshawa campus
School of Media, Art & Design                          ontariocolleges.ca application code: PRMD        www.mad.durhamcollege.ca
                                                       September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                              Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    The Pre-Media program is designed for            • OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
CAREERS IN COMMUNICATION ARTS (CARR 1305)              anyone curious about the many careers              Student Status (MSS)
CREATIVE DESIGN (DESN 1352)                            available in communication arts. Students
CURRENT AFFAIRS (SOCI 1310)
                                                                                                        • Plus senior level (Grade 11 or
FUNDAMENTAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS (COMM 1390)
                                                       interested in working with magazines,              higher)subject credits: General (G),
FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH SKILLS (RESK 1300)                newspapers, radio, television, event               Advanced (A), OAC, College Preparation
INTRODUCTION TO MACINTOSH FOR PRE-MEDIA (COMP 1340)    planning, corporate communications, or the         (C), University/College Preparation (M),
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    production of books, brochures, pamphlets          University Preparation (U) or Post-
CANADIAN HISTORY (HIST 1320)                           and advertisements will learn some of the          secondary (college or university)
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (PHOT 1310)                        fundamental skills needed to work in fields
DIGITAL PRESENTATIONS (DIGT 2302)                                                                         » Grade 12 English
NEW MEDIA COMMUNICATION (COMM2335)                     such as journalism, public relations or
POP CULTURE FILM & SOCIETY (SOCI 1307)                 advertising.
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES (CARR 2301)
                                                       In one year, students learn effective written,   Employment opportunities
                                                       verbal and visual communication skills, gain
For course descriptions visit the individual program                                                    Graduates normally further their studies in
information page at www.durhamcollege.ca/programs.     insight into career paths related to
                                                                                                        communication arts programs at Durham
                                                       communication arts, and develop an
                                                                                                        College or other institutions.
                                                       understanding of how to do well in further
                                                       studies. The goal of the program is to instill
Opportunities for                                      the knowledge and disposition required for
                                                       successful study in a specific media arts
degree completion or                                   discipline.
additional credentials                                 What makes Pre-Media unique is the
Durham College programs –                              opportunity students have to learn the
                                                       fundamental skills used in media arts and to
  » Advertising
                                                       choose courses related to their personal
  » Animation – Digital Arts                           interests and goals.
  » Animation – Digital Production                     Students complete nine core courses and
  » Graphic Design                                     select three elective courses from courses
  » Journalism – Print                                 offered throughout the college. Electives are
  » Journalism – Print and Broadcast                   selected upon arrival on campus in
                                                       consultation with the Student Liaison.
  » Multimedia Design
                                                       Electives typically include courses such as:
  » Music Business Management
                                                       Canadian History, Film Studies, Current
  » Public Relations                                   Affairs, Digital Imaging (Photoshop),
Qualified graduates of this program may                Marketing, Pop Culture, Film and Society,
be eligible to apply their academic credits            Sociology, and Psychology.
towards further study through partnerships             Many Pre-Media courses provide credits that
with many Canadian and international                   are transferable to other post-secondary
colleges and universities.                             programs. This can reduce one's workload
See page 30 or visit                                   and provide an element of flexibility in the
www.durhamcollege.ca/transferguide.                    first year of a diploma or degree program.
                                                       Graduates of the Pre-Media program find
                                                       themselves well equipped to achieve success
                                                       in future studies. Visit the School of Media,
                                                       Art & Design website at
                                                       www.mad.durhamcollege.ca.




                                                                                                         YEAR 1 COSTS (APPROXIMATE BASED ON 2009-10 FEES)

                                                                                                         TUITION FEES (DOMESTIC):               $     2,220
                                                                                                         TUITION FEES (INTERNATIONAL):          $    12,008
                                                                                                         STUDENT INCIDENTAL FEES:               $       914
                                                                                                         LAB, SUPPLIES & CONSUMABLES FEES:      $       115


                                                                                                         FOR MORE DETAIL ON FEES SEE PAGE 14




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Professional Golf Management – Business Administration (Co-op)
(MTCU Approved Program Title: Business Administration – Professional Golf Management)



Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma            Apply online at www.ontariocolleges.ca               Oshawa campus
School of Business, IT & Management                    ontariocolleges.ca application code: PGM             www.bitm.durhamcollege.ca
                                                       September 2010




Program of study                                       Program description                                  Entrance requirements
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1                                    Golf is perhaps the fastest growing leisure          •   OSSD, GED, ACE (BTSD) or Mature
ACCOUNTING I (ACCT 1200)                               business in North America, and there is a                Student Status (MSS)
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS I (COMM 1327)                  strong demand for qualified individuals with
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (MATH 1202)
                                                                                                            •   Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher)
COMPUTERS I – PGM (COMP 1335)
                                                       the training and knowledge to work in                    subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A),
ECONOMICS I (ECON 1200)                                management, marketing and a number of                    OAC, College Preparation (C),
GOLF MANAGEMENT I (MGMT 1323)                          other roles within the golf industry. Program            University/College Preparation (M),
MARKETING I (MKTG 1310)                                graduates may go on to become golf                       University Preparation (U) or Post-
YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 2                                    professionals, club managers, event                      secondary (college or university)
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS II (COMM 2320)                 coordinators or to many other careers which              » Grade 12 English
CO-OP I – PGM (COOP 1314)
CO-OP SEMINAR I (COSE 1300)                            begin with combining business and golf. This
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II (ACCT 2305)                    program is focused on preparing business             Post-admission requirements
GOLF MANAGEMENT II (MGMT 1326)                         people who work in golf, rather than golfers         •   Interview (telephone or in person);
INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT (MGMT 1324)
PRINCIPLES OF SALES (SALE 1303)
                                                       who work in business.                                •   Resumé outlining golf experience; and
SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (MGMT 1325)                  Students are exposed to all elements of golf         •   Letter of reference.
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 3                                    operations, facility operations, customer
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS II (COMP 2327)                   service, and golf fundamentals through both
GOLF MANAGEMENT III (MGMT 1328)
INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 2318)
                                                       in-class activities and training, as well as field   Employment opportunities
MARKETING II (MKTG 2305)                               trips, guest speakers and practical projects.        Graduates will be prepared for employment
RETAIL MANAGEMENT I (MGMT 1327)                        Additional program benefits include an on-           in many operations within the golfing
YEAR 2 – SEMESTER 4                                    campus golf lab where students can practice          industry including:
BUSINESS LAW (L