Programs

  • At George Brown College, you can choose from a large number of programs which will provide you with the skills you need to succeed in the modern workplace.

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    Diploma/Certificate Programs


    Diploma/Certificate Programs are 1, 2 or 3 academic years in duration. Most programs have start dates in September and/or January.

    Graduate Certificates


    Graduate Certificates are postgraduate programs offered for students who have already graduated from a university or college. These are highly specialized 8- or 12-month programs designed to give graduates advanced skills in a specific professional field.

    Degree Programs


    Degree Programs are offered in Financial Services, Hospitality, Construction Management, Early Childhood Development, Behaviour Analysis, and Interpretation. These are four-year Bachelor Degree programs, combining theoretical learning with opportunities for field education.

    EAP (ESL) Program


    George Brown’s ESL program, English for Academic Purposes (EAP) is a full-time program divided into 9 levels of 8 weeks each. Your language skills are assessed when you arrive and you are placed in the level that is right for you. You may also request placement at the time of admission based on a TOEFL or IELTS score. Most students study for 6-10 months. The program prepares you for further academic study at the College and allows applicants from eligible countries to apply for conditional admission to George Brown's postsecondary programs. Visit the EAP (ESL) Program page for more information.

    University Transfer


    Your George Brown College diploma is also a passport to further education at many Canadian and international postsecondary institutions. See current transfer agreements and opportunities.