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Degrees and Post-Graduate Programs of Specialization

Degree and post-graduate1 programs are offered by 87 of our members. These include 368 Bachelor degrees, 11 Master degrees and 762 post-graduate programs of specialization.


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Advanced Special Effects Makeup, Prosthetics and Props
Sheridan College, Oakville, ON
Advanced Studio Practice
New Brunswick College of Craft and Design, Fredericton, NB
Advanced Teaching – E-Learning and Instructional Design
Lambton College, Sarnia, ON
Advanced Television And Film
Sheridan College, Oakville, ON
Advanced Television and Film – Script to Screen
Centennial College, Toronto, ON
Advanced Water Systems Operations And Management
Fleming College, Peterborough, Ontario
Advanced Wine And Beverage Business Management
George Brown College, Toronto, ON
Adventure Education
Camosun College, Victoria, BC
Adventure Studies
Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, BC
Advertising – Account Management
Sheridan College, Oakville, ON
Advertising – Digital Media Management
Durham College, Oshawa, ON
Advertising (multiple specializations)
Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning, Toronto, ON
Advertising (multiple specializations)
Centennial College, Toronto, ON
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Technician
College of the North Atlantic (CNA), Stephenville, NL
Airline Pilot Flight Operations
Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology, Toronto, ON
Analytics for Business Decision Making
Mohawk College, Hamilton, ON
Analytics for Business Decision Making
George Brown College, Toronto, ON
Anesthesia Assistant
Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, BC
Apparel Technical Design
George Brown College, Toronto, ON
Applied Bachelor of Motion Picture Arts
Red Deer College, Red Deer, AB
Applied Behaviour Analysis – Autism
Capilano University, North Vancouver, BC

1 Post-graduate programs require a post-secondary education diploma or bachelor’s degree as a prerequisite. They are designed to respond to the needs of employers for specialized skills in high-demand occupations and are delivered within a short time-frame, typically one academic year.

Collaborative Programs: Some colleges/institutes offer joint programs with university partners where the students receive a university credential by completing their studies (in part or entirely) on the college/institute campus. Some colleges/institutes offer collaborative programs with a university partner where students receive two credentials simultaneously: a university degree and a college/institute diploma or certificate. Similarly, there are many program pathways that exist between college/institutes partners.
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