Pathway Summary

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Pathway ID
2143
Pathway Title
Child and Youth Care Advanced Diploma to Bachelor of Child & Youth Care
Pathway Last Updated
2016-10-26

Sending Institution Information

Sending Institution
Fleming College
Discipline/Division
Education, Community and Social Services
Program Area
Community/Child/Youth Education/Interventions/Services
Program Title
Child and Youth Care

Receiving Institution Information

Receiving Institution
Humber College
Discipline/Division
Arts, Fine Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities
Program Area
Community, Social Services/Social Work/Interventions
Program Title
Bachelor of Child and Youth Care

Contact Procedures

Interested students should email transferoptions@humber.ca

Pathway Details

Terms for renewal or cancellation


This agreement is in effect from the date at which consent for the degree was given/renewed and the opportunity for degree completion was made available.  Humber shall ensure that all students admitted to this program with advanced standing will have the opportunity to complete the program within a reasonable time frame.  Please see the Humber web site for Ministerial Consent  details pertaining to this program.

Eligibility for Pathway

Graduates of the 3-year advanced diploma in Child and Youth Care with an overall GPA of 65 per cent or more will be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Child and Youth Care degree program. Graduates may then complete the degree program with the equivalent of four semesters of full-time study plus one work term. Graduates must also possess ENG4U or a college COMM 200 / WRIT 100 or COMM 300/ WRIT 200 with a grade of 65 percent or more. Admission will be based on availability in the program.

Credit transfer

60 credits

Credits that must be achieved at the receiving institution

60 credits plus one work term

Anticipated normal schedule of student progression

Four full semesters plus one work term

Credential(s) to be granted on successful completion of all required components

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Don’t forget: You should always review institution transfer information before you finalize your options. Contact a transfer advisor if you have further questions.