‘Seamless pathways’ from diplomas to degrees

Humber and Seneca Colleges have inked a “milestone agreement” that creates more than 200 pathways between the two polytechnic institutions.

The Humber-Seneca Polytechnic Partnership (HSPP) creates opportunities to complete degrees in business, public safety, mental health, data science and analysis, and interdisciplinary studies.

“This agreement provides current and future students at both institutions with many options to build on their credentials, without losing credits or delaying graduation,” says Seneca President David Agnew. “As polytechnics, Seneca and Humber offer a breadth of programs that creates more than one pathway from diploma to degree.”

The HSPP pathway agreement provides various options to build on diplomas in areas like business, where students can choose degree options with specializations in management, accounting and finance, fashion and human resources. The agreement also includes joint efforts on program planning and development as well as teaching and learning activities for students and professors.

Created in 2018, the HSPP has also provided opportunities for international collaboration, to improve youth employment in the Maldives, as well as joint procurement for shared efficiencies between the two colleges. Visit humberseneca.ca to learn more.

Photo of an information technology student courtesy of Seneca College.

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