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T: 905.721.3000 E: ADMISSIONS@DURHAMCOLLEGE.CA

www.durhamcollege.ca/grad

2015-2016 GRADUATE CERTIFICATE AND


COMPRESSED FAST-TRACK PROGRAMS

www.durhamcollege.ca/grad

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE
PROGRAMS
APPLICATION
CODE

INTAKES

LOCATION

PAGE

Activation Coordination in Gerontology

ACGR

September 2015

Oshawa campus

Addictions and Mental Health

ADMH

September 2015, January and


May 2016

Pickering Learning Site

Advanced Law Enforcement and Investigations

LAW

September 2015

Oshawa campus

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Communicative Disorders Assistant

CDA

September 2015

Oshawa campus

Critical Care Nursing (e-learning)

CCH

September 2015, January and


May 2016

Oshawa campus

Event Management

EVMT

September 2015

Whitby campus

Human Resources Management

HURM

September 2015 and


January 2016

Pickering Learning Site

ISCN

September 2015

Oshawa campus

International Business Management

INTB

September 2015

Oshawa campus

Legal Research and Information Management

LRIM

September 2015

Oshawa campus

10

Mediation Alternative Dispute Resolution

MADR

September 2015

Oshawa campus

10

Paralegal

CTAP

September 2015

Oshawa campus

10

Paramedic Advanced Care (hybrid delivery)

PADV

September 2015 and


January 2016

Oshawa campus

10

Project Management

PROM

September 2015 and


January 2016

Oshawa campus

Sport Business Management

SBMT

September 2015

Oshawa campus

VFX and Digital Cinema

VFXD

September 2015

Oshawa campus

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Victimology

VICT

September 2015

Pickering Learning Site

10

WAMC

September 2015

Oshawa campus

11

YCI

September 2015

Pickering Learning Site

10

PROGRAM NAME

Information Systems Security Computers and


Networking

Web Applications for Mobile Computing


Youth Justice and Interventions

COMPRESSED FAST-TRACK
PROGRAMS
APPLICATION
CODE

INTAKES

LOCATION

PAGE

Biomedical Engineering Technology

BMYF

September 2015

Oshawa campus

12

Biotechnology Advanced

BTYF

September 2015

Oshawa campus

12

Chemical Engineering Technology

CHMF

September 2015

Oshawa campus

12

Electronics Engineering Technology

ELYF

September 2015

Oshawa campus

12

Environmental Technology

ENVF

September 2015

Oshawa campus

13

Law Clerk Advanced

LCAF

May 2016

Oshawa campus

13

NDEF

September 2015

Oshawa campus

13

PHMF

September 2015

Oshawa campus

13

PROGRAM NAME

Mechanical Engineering Technician Non-Destructive


Evaluation
Pharmaceutical and Food Science Technology

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE AND


COMPRESSED FAST-TRACK PROGRAMS
Are you thinking about taking your career or post-secondary education to the next level? Durham
Colleges (DC) graduate certificate and compressed fast-track programs are designed for individuals
with a related college diploma or university degree (some programs will also consider professional
experience in a relevant field).
In as little as eight months you can gain valuable skills, hands-on industry experience and specific
credentials in your chosen field, helping you stand out above the rest.
Please note: this publication provides an overview of available programs. For more detailed information, including admission requirements
and program availability, please visit www.durhamcollege.ca.

TABLE OF

CONTENTS
Graduate certificate programs
Business, IT & Management
Health & Community Services
Justice & Emergency Services
Media, Art & Design

7 to 10
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Compressed/fast-track programs

11 to 12

Location, location, location 13


Service with a smile 14
How to apply 15
Important dates 16

STAY CONNECTED
T: 905.721.3000
E: admissions@durhamcollege.ca
www.durhamcollege.ca/grad

EVENT MANAGEMENT
Where: Whitby campus
Intake: September 2015
Program details:
Create, plan and implement successful
event programming including site and
facility operations.
Learn principles of event management
professionalism, social responsibility
and ethics.
Develop and implement accounting,
finance and fundraising knowledge.

Learn how to implement appropriate


safeguards and measure their
effectiveness.
Career opportunities:
Computer security consultant.

Program details:
Focus on managing project scope, cost,
timing, quality and applying legal and
ethical standards.
Develop strategies to align projects
with an organizations goals and
strategic plans.
Identify goals, constraints, deliverables
and resource requirements.

Network and systems security analyst.

Construction and engineering.

Security auditor.

Finance.

Corporate meeting or trade show planner.

Threat-risk/vulnerability specialist.

Marketing assistant.

www.durhamcollege.ca/iscn

Health care and community or


social services.

Conference, event or promotion


co-ordinator.

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

Program details:
Identify protectable business
assets as well as vulnerabilities and
potential threats.

Where: Oshawa campus


Intakes: September 2015 and January 2016

Career sectors:
Arts and media.

Catering and events sales.

BUSINESS, IT & MANAGEMENT

Where: Oshawa campus


Intake: September 2015

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Information security administrator.

Career opportunities:

www.durhamcollege.ca/evmt

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

Where: Pickering Learning Site


Intakes: September 2015 and January 2016
Program details:
Focus on labour relations, compensation
management, health and safety skills and
managerial accounting.
Develop skills to build and maintain
employee relations, recruitment and
selection and organizational behaviour.
Implementation of human resources
planning, training and development.
Includes four-week field placement
component and/or Capstone project.
Career opportunities:
Co-ordinator of compensation and
benefits/recruiter.
Human resources assistant/consultant/
generalist.
Employment brand specialist/counsellor.
Executive search consultant .
Payroll administrator.
www.durhamcollege.ca/hurm

INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY


COMPUTERS AND NETWORKING

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
MANAGEMENT
Where: Oshawa campus
Intake: September 2015

Program details:
Develop project management, teamwork,
report writing, communication and
presentation skills.
Focus on international business
development, entrepreneurship, trade and
investment.
Learn about the impact of diverse cultures
on international business practices.
Career sectors:
Accounting, banking or finance.
Customs and trade.
Human resource or
operations management.
Marketing.
www.durhamcollege.ca/intb

Law.
Government agencies.
www.durhamcollege.ca/prom

Program details:
Develop corporate sport strategies for
implementation at sporting events.
Expand computer application skills and
examine sport business trends.
Includes four-month internship
component.
Career sectors:
Amateur and community sport
organizations.

ADDICTIONS AND MENTAL HEALTH


Where: Pickering Learning Site
Intake: September 2015, January
and May 2016
Program details:
Gain education and training in evidencebased counselling practices.
Develop skills to work with clients
affected by addictive behaviours and
mental health issues.
Includes 14-week practicum in
appropriate settings.
Career opportunities:

College/university athletic departments.

Addictions counsellor and case manager.

Professional sports teams and leagues.

Community education specialist.

Private/public sports facilities.

Employee assistance counsellor.

Sport and event partners, agencies and


media.

Mental health counsellor.

Sporting goods companies.


www.durhamcollege.ca/sbmt

ACTIVATION COORDINATION
IN GERONTOLOGY
Where: Oshawa campus
Intake: September 2015
Program details:
Learn how to design and deliver
meaningful therapeutic activity programs
for elders.
Apply a holistic activation approach in
programming.
Incorporate knowledge of physical,
mental and social effects of the aging
process.
Includes 14-week field placement
component.
Career sectors:
Community and senior citizen
centres.
Health and private clinics.
Long-term care and retirement facilities.
Private nursing homes.
Social service agencies.
www.durhamcollege.ca/acgr

Recovery and group home staff.

CRITICAL CARE NURSING


(E-LEARNING)

Where: Oshawa campus


Intakes: September 2015 and January and
May 2016
Program details:
Access three learning components
including online/
e-learning coursework; simulation
practice course; and preceptored
experience in a critical care setting.
Study curriculum that meets or exceeds
provincial standards.
Includes 120-hour practicum component.
Career opportunities:
Graduates are qualified to work in a
critical care practice area.

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

Where: Oshawa campus


Intake: September 2015

www.durhamcollege.ca/cch

Wellness and withdrawal counsellor.


www.durhamcollege.ca/admh

COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS
ASSISTANT
Where: Oshawa campus
Intake: September 2015
Program details:
Gain knowledge and skills to deliver a
wide range of communication services
to clients with speech, language and/or
hearing disorders.
Develop a variety of therapy methods
including articulation, audiology and
much more.
Includes two clinical field placements.
Career opportunities:
Audiology and hearing aid clinics.
Hospital, rehab and childrens treatment
centres.
Infant hearing screening programs.
Long-term care facilities.
Preschool and private speech and
language programs.

HEALTH & COMMUNITY SERVICES

SPORT BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

School boards and private schools.


www.durhamcollege.ca/cda
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ADVANCED LAW ENFORCEMENT


AND INVESTIGATIONS
Where: Oshawa campus
Intake: September 2015
Program details:
Gain advanced fitness training and
preparation for career-specific
fitness testing.
Focus on conflict management, media
communications and more.
Includes field placement component.
Career sectors:
Corporate or private security firms.
Investigation or security agencies.
Municipal, provincial or federal law
enforcement.
www.durhamcollege.ca/law

Career sectors:
Educational institutions.
Government administrative tribunals.

Where: Oshawa campus


Intake: September 2015
Program details:

JUSTICE & EMERGENCY SERVICES

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

Access to a unique, hybrid delivery


model that combines in-class and online
learning.

Develop advanced skills in electronic


research and information management.
Includes an applied research project
provides practical experience.

Program details:

Insurance and health-care industries.

Learn how to identify and assess the


needs of victims and provide strategies
for healing.

Law firms and justice-related areas.


www.durhamcollege.ca/madr

Focus on designing and delivering victim


service education.

PARALEGAL

Includes 112-hour field placement


component.

Where: Oshawa campus


Intake: September 2015
Program details:

Addictions and social/community


services.

Develop practical skill sets in a legal


setting.

Child/youth services/early childhood


education.

Includes field placement component.

Criminology, law and advocacy.

Administrative tribunals in Ontario.


Immigration.
Provincial offences services.

www.durhamcollege.ca/lrim

MEDIATION ALTERNATIVE
DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Where: Oshawa campus
Intake: September 2015
Program details:
Gain knowledge in dealing effectively with
conflict in various settings.
Acquire experience in conflict
identification, negotiations, family
mediation and much more.
Apply practical skills through Campus
Conflict Resolution Services.

YOUTH JUSTICE AND INTERVENTIONS

Summary conviction criminal offence


services.

Program details:

www.durhamcollege.ca/ctap

Focus on youth justice and intervention


programs.

PARAMEDIC ADVANCED CARE

Develop skills in behaviour modification,


crisis intervention, youth program design
and more.

Where: Oshawa campus


Intakes: September 2015 and January 2016

Access to a hybrid delivery model that


combines in-class and practical learning.

Specialized libraries or information


centres (e.g. law office, college/university,
etc.).

www.durhamcollege.ca/vict

Where: Pickering Learning Site


Intake: September 2015

Government departments/agencies.

Not-for-profit organizations.

Nursing.

Small claims court litigations.

Program details:

Legal/corporate information providers/


publishers.

Career sectors:

Gain thorough knowledge of the law.

Career sectors:
Law firms.

Where: Pickering Learning Site


Intake: September 2015

Human resources departments.

Career sectors:

LEGAL RESEARCH AND


INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

VICTIMOLOGY

Develop the critical decision-making


skills required for additional training and
certification in advanced monitoring and
diagnostic skills, patient management and
much more.

Includes field placement component.


Career sectors:
Community agencies and programs.
Correctional Services Canada.
Federal/provincial/municipal police
services.
Intervention and prevention programs.

Includes clinical and field placement.

Provincial adult and youth correctional


facilities.

Career opportunities:

www.durhamcollege.ca/yci

Emergency medical response team


member.
Paramedic in Ontario system.
Technical assistant in medical centre/
emergency department.
Transfer service member.
www.durhamcollege.ca/padv

Program details:

WEB APPLICATIONS FOR


MOBILE COMPUTING
Where: Oshawa campus
Intake: September 2015

Study technical processes, business


models and concepts related to film
and TV.

Program details:

Produce a demo reel and work on


individual and collaborative projects.

Design and develop web services and


data-driven websites.

Create a Capstone project and develop


a professional portfolio.

Integrate gesture recognition in a


multi-touch interface environment.

Career opportunities:

Career opportunities:

Cinematographer.

E-commerce web developer.

Compositor/concept artist.

Internet programmer/site developer.

Director or producer.

Web app developer.

Modelling and lighting artist.

Web programmer/technician.

Motion graphic artist.


VFX artist.
www.durhamcollege.ca/vfxd

Learn how to create client-friendly content


management systems.

www.durhamcollege.ca/wamc

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

Where: Oshawa campus


Intake: September 2015

MEDIA, ART & DESIGN

VFX AND DIGITAL CINEMA

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COMPRESSED FAST-TRACK PROGRAMS

Compressed fast-track programs are designed specifically for applicants with existing
academic credentials and present a unique opportunity to complete diploma requirements
in fewer semesters. Please review specific entrance requirements on individual program
web pages for the following programs.
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
TECHNOLOGY (TWO SEMESTERS)
Where: Oshawa campus
Intake: September 2015

Program details:

Become familiar with and gain the skills


needed to install, test and maintain todays
advanced medical equipment.

Gain training and experience in handling,


analyzing, monitoring and processing
chemicals.

Access to opportunities for technical


practice including hands-on experience
and project-based learning.

Learn the computer simulation of


chemical processes combined with
hands-on procedures.

Includes four-month work placement


component.

Includes minimum 80-hour work


placement component (honours Bachelor
of Science (BSc) applicants may apply for
credit).

Biomedical engineering; dialysis;


engineering; medical engineering;
or medical technologist.
Field service or technical service
representative.
Installation; nephrology; or service
technician.

Develop an understanding of regulatory


affairs/ethical implications of the
biotechnology industry.
Includes minimum 80-hour work
placement component (honours BSc
applicants may apply for credit).
Career opportunities:
Laboratory technician or technologist.
Microbiology analyst or technician.
Quality assurance lab analyst; technician;
lab support; or technologist.
Research technician.
Tissue processing specialist.
www.durhamcollege.ca/btyf

Study theory and gain hands-on technical


practice related to analog and digital
electronic circuits and systems, Internet
infrastructure and protocol, data
communications, telecommunication
systems, robotics and programmablelogic-controller-based controls.
Career sectors:
Automotive and parts manufacturing.
Information technology.

Chemical process or process


operator.

Military.

www.durhamcollege.ca/chmf

Gain essential skills in biochemistry,


cell biology, pharmaceuticals and
microbiological techniques.

Program details:

Industrial automation.

www.durhamcollege.ca/bmyf

Program details:

Where: Oshawa campus


Intake: September 2015

Chemical, laboratory or sample entry


technician or technologist.

Technical consultant.

Where: Oshawa campus


Intake: September 2015

ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
TECHNOLOGY (FOUR CONSECUTIVE
SEMESTERS)

Career opportunities:

Inorganic, laboratory, quality or


research and development analyst.

BIOTECHNOLOGY ADVANCED
(TWO SEMESTERS)

COMPRESSED FAST-TRACK PROGRAMS

Where: Oshawa campus


Intake: September 2015

Program details:

Career opportunities:

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CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
TECHNOLOGY (TWO SEMESTERS)

Medical equipment.
Power generation and distribution.
Public transit.
Robotics.
Telecommunications.
Transportation.
www.durhamcollege.ca/elyf

ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
(TWO SEMESTERS)
Where: Oshawa campus
Intake: September 2015
Program details:
Focus on chemical and biological sciences
as they relate to environmental pollution.
Examine environmental regulations and
review their social and economic impact.
Includes minimum 80-hour work
placement component (honours BSc
applicants may apply for credit).
Career sectors:

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
TECHNICIAN NON-DESTRUCTIVE
EVALUATION (TWO SEMESTERS)

PHARMACEUTICAL AND FOOD


SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY (TWO
SEMESTERS)

Program details:

Program details:

Gain the skills and knowledge required


to inspect, examine and test modes of
transportation and large structures to
detect possible internal or external
defects without causing damage to their
future use or well-being.

Receive training in product


development, analysis of food and
processing operations.

Where: Oshawa campus


Intake: September 2015

Graduates will be prepared to take the


certification exams administered by the
Canadian General Standards Board.

Conservation authorities.
Energy generation and distribution.

Career sectors:

Environmental consulting firms.

Aerospace, automotive, railway or


shipping companies.

Environmental testing laboratories.


Municipalities.
Water treatment plants.
www.durhamcollege.ca/envf

LAW CLERK ADVANCED


(THREE SEMESTERS)

Defence and military.


Oil, gas and petrochemical companies.
Power generation and utilities.
Service and inspection companies.

Where: Oshawa campus


Intake: September 2015

Gain hands-on experience in methods and


instrumentation.
Includes minimum 80-hour work
placement component (honours
BSc applicants may apply for credit).
Career sectors:
Manufacturing, administration, marketing
or sales in food, pharmaceutical or
cosmetic industries.
Quality control, research or
development laboratories.
www.durhamcollege.ca/phmf

www.durhamcollege.ca/ndef

Where: Oshawa campus


Intake: May 2016

Extensive training in the theory


and practise of law and advanced
computer techniques.
Focus on traditional and specialized areas
of law.
Includes 140-hour field placement
component.
Please note: successful completion of a
Paralegal program accredited by the Law
Society of Upper Canada (since 2008) is
required for entrance into this program.
Career opportunities:
Corporate law, crown land patent, data
entry, land, real estate, family law, or
litigation law clerk.
Legal, patent or support assistant.
www.durhamcollege.ca/lcaf

COMPRESSED FAST-TRACK PROGRAMS

Program details:

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OSHAWA CAMPUS:
Campus Library.
Integrated Manufacturing Centre.
Centre for Integrated Justice Studies.
Biotechnology and nursing labs.
Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre.
Dental clinic and labs.
Student Services building including the Recruitment and
Admission Services office; Registration and Records; Career
Services; the Financial Aid and Awards and Student Life offices;
and more.

PICKERING LEARNING SITE:


Operated in partnership with Centennial College.

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION

Offers four DC graduate certificate programs in addition to


continuing education courses on evenings and weekends.

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Our Oshawa and Whitby campuses are located


in the heart of Durham Region, just 40 minutes
east of Toronto and our Pickering Learning Site
(PLS) is located 25 minutes east of the city, just
north of Highway 401.
All three locations offer access to sports,
entertainment, education and music and are
close to Canadas leading business and cultural
centre. Come to where you can ski, snowboard,
hike, walk, bike, windsurf, sail, fish and more
within 30 minutes of campus.
Of course if you prefer the indoors, you can
always visit one of the many shopping malls
and/or restaurants located in Durham Region or
check out one of the theatre or concert events
that happen on a regular basis.

WHITBY CAMPUS:
Award-winning Skills Training Centre, a leading facility in
preparing apprentices and skilled trades students for a wide range
of trades positions.
Recently completed a three-phase construction project that saw
$44 million invested in an expanded presence in Durham Region
designed to develop new programs and grow the skilled workforce
needed for our local communities to prosper.
Includes the 36,000-square-foot Centre for Food (CFF), which
opened in September 2013 and can accommodate approximately
900 students studying in culinary, hospitality, tourism, agriculture
and horticulture programs. The CFF offers:

B
 istro 67, a full-service, green-certified teaching-inspired
restaurant and lounge.

P
 antry, a retail food store featuring fresh-baked items, mealsto-go, preserved foods and ready-to-cook meals prepared
in-house.

A
 lecture theatre equipped with a convection oven, gas
stove, induction stoves, deep fryer, griddle and grill as well as
overhead cameras and large-screen projection.

P
 ublic-viewing kitchens equipped with the latest
culinary technology.

A greenhouse, vegetable gardens and fruit-bearing trees.

S
 tate-of-the-art labs including a hotel living lab and food and
beverage pairing lab, classrooms and meeting spaces.

FINANCIAL AID AND AWARDS OFFICE

STUDENT ACADEMIC LEARNING SERVICES (SALS)

Before you crack open your first book, you have to figure out how
youre going to pay for it and everything else that goes along with
your education.

Making the leap from your previous school or returning to college


after a break can be a big adjustment but it doesnt have to be a
tough one. SALS offers peer tutoring, subject-specific support and
access to learning skills advisors. And dont forget about our quiet
study rooms located across campus to help you get that extra bit of
focus you need to finish that last assignment.

The Financial Aid and Awards office is here to help you with
money matters including budget counselling, on- and off-campus
employment and student grants/loans from the Ontario Student
Assistance Program. It also offers bursaries, scholarships and
emergency aid in case your funds get low.
E: financialaid@durhamcollege.ca
www.durhamcollege.ca/financialaid

RESIDENCE AND MEAL PLANS


After a long day of working hard in class, youll need a comfortable
place to unwind. Why not stay on campus in one of our fantastic
residences? And the best part is that your spot is guaranteed if you
meet the deadline for accepting your offer of admission!
E: housing@durhamcollege.ca
www.durhamrez.ca

E: sals@durhamcollege.ca
www.durhamcollege.ca/sals

ACCESS SUPPORT CENTRE (ASC)


Whether you have a physical, mental or learning disability that
challenges the way that you learn, the ASC can help you eliminate
these challenges by providing accommodations including access to
assistive technology, note takers, technical supports for writing tests
and much more. Take advantage of the centres services so that you
can take control of your education.
E: asc@durhamcollege.ca
www.durhamcollege.ca/asc

A successful student cant work on an empty stomach, which is


why DC offers a variety of meal plans to suit your appetite.
www.durhamcollege.ca/meal-plans

CAMPUS RECREATION AND WELLNESS CENTRE (CRWC)


AND ATHLETICS
They say a healthy body leads to a healthy mind. If thats the case,
then the state-of-the-art CRWC should have you completing your
classwork in no time! In addition to five gyms, a 10,000-square-foot
fitness centre, squash courts and elevated indoor walking/jogging
track, you can hit the rink at the Campus Ice Centre or take to the
clay courts at the Campus Tennis Centre.
E: campusrecfacilities@durhamcollege.ca
www.campusrecreationcentre.com
If sports are a way of life for you, then check out the Durham Lords
varsity athletics programs including mens and womens basketball,
soccer, volleyball and golf, mens baseball and womens fastball. Go
Lords Go!
www.durhamlords.com

Whether youve twisted your ankle, have a case of the sniffles or


just need to talk to someone, the Campus Health Centre is available
to help you with a speedy recovery. Features include a medical
clinic with on-site doctors, nurses and counsellors, a full-service
pharmacy and a variety of other health services including massage
therapy and acupuncture.
E: healthcare@durhamcollege.ca
www.durhamcollege.ca/healthcentre

STUDENT LIFE
If youre looking for a way to become involved in the campus
community then the Student Life office can help set that plan in
motion. Whether you become the newest member of the DC Crew
or pitch in for a charitable campaign, the opportunities to make a
difference are endless.
E: studentlife@durhamcollege.ca
www.durhamcollege.ca/studentlife

SERVICE WITH A SMILE

CAMPUS HEALTH CENTRE

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STEP 1
Review your programs admission requirements
Each graduate certificate and compressed, fast-track program
has specific minimum educational requirements that you must
possess in order to apply. Please visit each programs web page
(listed in green in their description on pages 12 to 13) for current
admission requirements.

STEP 2
Check the application deadlines:
September-start programs: Sunday, February 1, 2015.
January-start programs: Friday, May 1, 2015.
May-start programs: Friday, January 1, 2016.

STEP 3
Go to the Ontario Colleges Application Service (OCAS) website
at www.ontariocolleges.ca and select your program(s).
Complete the application by following the steps identified on the
OCAS website.

STEP 4
Send any other required documents (as identified on the
programs web page) to the Strategic Enrolment Services office
at 2000 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa, ON, L1H 7K4 by the
deadlines indicated above.

STEP 5

HOW TO APPLY

Once you have applied, you may check the status of your
application on the OCAS website or on the MyCampus portal.

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EXPERIENCE DC

E
PER
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CE

At DC, the student experience comes first, a mission the college is


taking to heart with the Experience DC campaign!
Experience DC brings the college experience to you via an amazing
and unique group of students representing a wide cross-section
of programs, personal interests and personalities. They will each
offer a unique perspective of what a year in the life of a DC college
student is really like through a specially designed website, personal
interaction and other social media platforms including blogs,
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.
Please visit the Experience DC website at
www.durhamcollege.ca/experience to meet this dynamic group and
share in their experiences this year.

VISIT US IN PERSON
To arrange a campus tour, please visit www.durhamcollege.ca/campustours or call 905.721.3000.

OPEN HOUSE EVENTS

Fall open house

Spring open house

OSHAWA AND WHITBY CAMPUSES AND PLS

OSHAWA AND WHITBY CAMPUSES AND PLS

Saturday, November 15, 2014


10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Saturday, March 21, 2015


10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Oshawa campus
Gordon Willey building
2000 Simcoe Street North

Oshawa campus
Gordon Willey building
2000 Simcoe Street North

Whitby campus
1610 Champlain Avenue

Whitby campus
1610 Champlain Avenue

PLS
1340 Pickering Parkway, Unit 102

PLS
1340 Pickering Parkway, Unit 102

IMPORTANT DATES

Representatives from all Durham College post-secondary programs at the Oshawa and Whitby campuses and Pickering Learning Site (PLS),
in conjunction with student support services representatives, will provide program information, demonstrations and campus tours.

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