Academic Program Orientations

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Academic program orientations allow you to connect with faculty, staff and your peers! This is where you will find out what to expect in class and get your questions answered on the specifics of your program.

We highly recommend you sign up for yours for the best start to your courses!

What to expect:

  • Meet your coordinator and/or faculty
  • Find out the expectations of your specific program
  • Meet your fellow classmates
  • Get an opportunity to ask questions

What to ask:

  • What do I need for day 1?
  • Are classes held online or in-person?
  • What materials or equipment do I need?
  • How do I add/drop classes?
  • Who do I contact for academic support?
  • How do I connect with my faculty?
  • What safety procedures and protocols should I be aware of?

Fall 2024 Academic Orientations

Select your academic centre tab below, then your individual program and follow the link to register for your specific program orientation. The date of your program orientation will be shown beneath the name of your academic centre, and location and time will be on the registration form. Not sure what program you're in? Check your invoice or StuView for the correct program code and name.

Only register for these events if you are beginning as a new student in the coming term.

If you require an accommodation, please indicate on your registration form, and email us with your name, student ID number, and accommodation request at orientation@georgebrown.ca. 

Arts, Design, & Information Technology

School of Computer Technology

School of Fashion Studies

School of Design

Information for the following programs will be communicated directly to students and orientation will be hosted on the first day of class:

  • G401: Design Management
  • G412: Interactive Media Management

School of Media & Performing Arts

Information for the following programs will be communicated directly to students and orientation will be hosted on the first day of class:

  • P101: Dance Performance Preparation
  • P104: Theatre Arts – Performance
  • P105: Dance Performance
  • P106: Commercial Dance
  • P107: Acting for Media
  • P108: Theatre Arts – Preparation
  • P400: Screenwriting and Narrative Design
  • P408: Visual Effects
  • P409: Sound Design & Production
  • P410: Screenwriting and Narrative Design (Online)
  • P411: Advanced Social Media Production – Auteurism
  • P418: Visual Effects (Online)

 

    Business

    School of Accounting and Finance

    School of Marketing

    School of Human Resources

    School of Management

    Health Sciences

    School of Dental Health

    School of Health and Wellness

    School of Health Services Management

    • C139: Health Information Management
    • S115: Dental Office Administration – LINK COMING SOON
    • S135: Office Administration – Health Services – LINK COMING SOON

    School of Nursing

    Community Services & Early Childhood

    School of Early Childhood

    Refer to academic area. Information for the following programs will be communicated directly to students:

    • C100: Early Childhood Education
    • C118: Early Childhood Education
    • C130: Early Childhood Education (Fast-Track)
    • C148: Early Childhood Education
    • C160: Early Childhood Education
    • C305: Bachelor of Early Childhood Education – Honours (Degree Completion)

    School of Deaf and Deafblind Studies

    • C114: American Sign Language and Deaf Studies – LINK COMING SOON
    • C158: Intervenor for Deaf-Blind Persons
    • C302: Bachelor of Interpretation (ASL – English) – LINK COMING SOON

    School of Community & Social Services

    Preparatory & Liberal Studies

    School of Work and College Preparation

    Refer to the academic area. Information for the following programs will be communicated directly to students:

    • A101: College Vocational
    • A106: Construction Craft Worker Foundations
    • A107: Transitions to Post-Secondary Education
    • A110: Culinary Skills

    School of Liberal Arts and Sciences

    Refer to the academic area. Information for the following programs will be communicated directly to students:

    • R105/R115: General Arts and Science - English for Academic Purposes
    • A108: Pre-Health Science Advanced
    • A109: Pre-Health Science
    • A113: Human Services Foundations