Humber College’s Newest Degree Programs Will Give You the Skills and Experience to Make A Difference.
The Bachelor of Health Sciences – Workplace Health and Wellness and Bachelor of Community Development start in September 2017.
The Workplace Health and Wellness honours degree program will teach you to deliver workplace health and wellness services for organizations, while promoting healthy lifestyles to employees and, by extension, their families.
The eight-semester program includes a 14-week full-time work term. Placements will take place in various settings, including profit or not-for-profit, health and wellness consulting firms, governmental or educational institutions, or other health and wellness businesses.
The Bachelor of Community Development program also begins in September. You will learn the theory, principles and practices of locality development, community mobilization, leadership and social action, while exploring psychological and sociological influences on communities.
The first year of the program includes psychology, sociology, human rights, interpersonal communication, counselling and ethics courses. The second year includes courses in leadership and advocacy, while the final two years look in-depth at community development, social movements, community participatory research and senior thesis work.
The four-year program includes a 14-week work term. The placement may be in a social service, community, educational or non-profit organization. Opportunities include everything from research, working directly with community groups and individuals, as well as supporting community workers and educators.
To learn more about these programs, or any of our degree and diploma programs, visit www.humber.ca.