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Decision-making made easy! This tool gives you a breakdown of individual programs offered at George Brown College and how they differ from other programs you’re interested in. Use this tool to select up to 10 programs to compare, helping you make the right choice for the career you want.
Instructions:

1. Under Program Comparison, click Add a New Program

2. Search for one of the programs you’re interested in (either alphabetically, by interest or by job)

3. Click on the title of the program in the menu

4. Click Add to Comparison

5. Continue searching for programs using steps 2-4

6. When you’re done, clicking Program Comparison will give you a preview of the programs and the option to delete, add or clear all

7. Open Program Compare for more details and an easy-to-read comparison of the programs you’ve selected

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Centre for Preparatory and Liberal Studies

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To help you get the most out of your education at George Brown College, the Centre for Preparatory and Liberal Studies offers a broad range of support services for current students. We can help you find a job or volunteer opportunity, including work-study or peer liaison. There are also counselling services and student success events. And you can qualify for many different bursaries and awards, available exclusively to Centre for Preparatory and Liberal Studies students.

School of English as a Second Language

Housed in a brand new, state of the art learning space in downtown Toronto, the School of English as a Second Language offers instruction to English language learners and English language teachers. Students gain access to all College facilities, including free internet and computer use, and access to the cafeteria, gymnasium exercise rooms and the Student Centre.

Prepare Yourself:  

  • For College Studies
  • For University Studies
  • For Work
  • For Life in Canada

English for Academi Purposes (EAP) Program

George Brown College is right in the heart of Downtown Toronto, one of the most multicultural cities in the world. We make use of the latest instructional technology and employ current teaching methods to help you achieve your language goals – preparing for post-secondary studies, being ready for the job you want, or simply enjoying every day life in Canada.

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Part time ESL Program

Improve your English in the evening or on the weekend with one of our part time ESL courses or programs. Our courses help enhance your English language proficiency and academic skills and build your confidence. The program combines in-depth training in core language skills (reading, writing, listening, and speaking) at eight levels with a choice of electives to suit students’ individual needs. Electives include test preparation, language for business, and pronunciation. This program is designed for students who wish to improve their English for personal, professional, and academic purposes. Register for a single course, or pursue an ESL certificate.

Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL)

George Brown College’s TESL program prepares students to become excellent ESL/EFL instructors. Train and practice in a bustling ESL school, experience the profession, and learn from seasoned professionals. 

College Teacher Training Program (CTTP)

The College Teacher Training Program is uniquely designed to provide occupation-specific communication and employment skills and training and experience in the Canadian classroom, to help prepare internationally educated teachers to teach in the Canadian college environment. The program offers opportunities to network with college teachers and potential employers and provides mechanisms to gain experience in the Canadian classroom.

School of Liberal Arts and Sciences

To help you get the most out of your education at George Brown College, the Centre for Preparatory and Liberal Studies offers a broad range of support services. We can help you find a job or volunteer opportunity, including work-study or peer liaison. There are also counselling services and student success events. And you can qualify for many different bursaries and awards, available exclusively to Centre for Preparatory and Liberal Studies students.

School of Work and College Preparation

Pre-Health Science Program (A102):

Dear Students below you will find useful information for our program. Please review all the material and if you do have any questions, then do not hesitate to speak with your Program Coordinator.  

Evaluation Policies: 

In the Pre-Health Science Policies document, you will find our Evaluation Policies, which are outlined here for quick reference. Each course in Pre-Health Science contains evaluation policies (e.g. test policy, quiz policy, assignment policy, etc.). Every student is responsible to follow the evaluation policies as outlined by the course outline.

The test, quiz, and assignment policies among all courses taught by Pre-Health Science faculty (for BIOL1033, CHEM1014, PREP1015, COMM1003/CESL1003, MATH1096, ANAT1051, CHEM1015, PHY1012, GHUM1025, COMM1007, MATH1097) have been standardized and are given below:

Missed Test Policy: a student who misses a test must:

  • contact the course Professor within 24 hours of the missed test via email notification informing the Professor of the absence; and
  • within 7 days from the missed test a petition, (which can be downloaded here) has to be provided to the professor in hard copy and signed by the student.

Once the latter two Missed Test Policy criteria are satisfied a deferral of the test is to the end of the term (date and time is set by course Professor) and the test may be comprehensive. A maximum of one test can be deferred. If more than one test is missed, then the test with the higher weight in the course will be made up. All other tests will be given a mark of zero.

Missed Quiz Policy: a student who misses a quiz must:

  • contact the course Professor within 24 hours of the missed quiz via email notification informing the Professor of the absence; and
  • within 7 days from the missed quiz a petition (which can be downloaded here)  has to be provided to the professor in hard copy and signed by the student.

Once the latter two Missed Quiz Policy criteria are satisfied the weight of the quiz is added to the next test (no retakes are given). A maximum of one quiz can be transferred to tests. Any subsequent missed quizzes will receive a mark of zero.
If a student has a hard time in obtaining a petition make-up form, then the student should get in contact with the Program Coordinator.

Assignment Policies 

  • In-class Assignments: all in-class assignments must be completed in class and submitted by the designated time to the Professor. Failure of submission will result in a mark of zero. No exceptions and make-ups will be given.
  • On-line Assignments: all on-line assignments must be completed and sub- mitted by the date specified on the assignment. Failure of submission will result in a mark of zero. No exceptions and make-ups will be given.
  • Take-home Assignments: all take-home assignments must be submitted during class on the specified day and in hard copy (no e-mailed assignments will be accepted) to the Professor. Failure to submit the assignment during class on the due date will result in a late penalty. The maximum grade attainable by all late assignments will be 50%. Assignments submitted 2 business days after the due date will not be accepted.

All other evaluation policies must be followed as per the course outline.