The Assaulted Women's and Children's Counsellor / Advocate program provides students with a feminist analysis of the political and counselling issues related to violence against women and children. It trains students to be agents for change in their work of community education, political action and law reform. It prepares students to provide counselling and advocacy for women and children who have experienced or are experiencing violence.
The General Arts and Science one-year certificate (two semesters) at George Brown College is designed for students who wish to develop the skills and competencies required in college, university and the workplace. The program allows students to explore subjects within the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and science and technology; develop skills in critical thinking, oral and written communications and career development; and acquire knowledge and explore ideas in a range of disciplines to meet individual needs and interests.
The General Arts and Science two-year diploma (four semesters) at George Brown College is designed for students to develop the essential skills needed for further post-secondary studies including university transfer, as well as professional specialization. The program includes a wide range of subjects within the Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, and Science and Technology. It emphasizes advanced skills in research and writing, oral communications and critical thinking, providing excellent preparation for work, as well as for further vocational and university studies.