The Faculty of Applied Sciences and Technology offers comprehensive programs in design, engineering technologies and skilled trades. With over 37 programs offered across a span of applied technology industries we are preparing our students for careers of the future. Academic theory blended with applied learning provides a strong educational foundation, while state-of-the-art facilities, work placements, and apprenticeships provide experiential learning in the classroom, and in the industry. Our students graduate with the critical-thinking and hands-on skills that will launch their careers in traditional and emerging careers.
Through work placements, co-op opportunities, events, cultural activities and volunteer opportunities, you will make connections with students, alumni and professionals in the field.
Whether you need academic or personal help, we have services on campus to assist you. Staff in our writing and math centres support students academic questions. Student Life supports a variety of first year and current student academic and personal needs.
Students have a range of opportunities for exploration and learning across the world.
No matter your career or academic goals, you can start or continue your learning journey at Humber.
Several students from the Civil Engineering Technology Program have successfully received their certificate for the Entry Level Drinking Water Operator course, and also completed an extra 3-day hands-on training at Walkerton Clean Water Centre, both of which are steps on the career path towards becoming a municipal drinking water system operator.
Meet Cristian Loria, a graduate of the Bachelor of Industrial Design program, Class of 2020. Loria now works as an industrial designer at Myant Inc, delivering progressive Industrial Design insights to develop electronics for wearable technology in the health and wellness industry.
Real-world learning is part of the classroom experience through on-campus facilities that focus on state-of-the-art technology.
Landscape and Horticulture students have access to both indoor and outdoor spaces of the 250 acre Humber Arboretum to design and construct decks, gazebos, retaining walls and water features.
Construction & Reno Labs
On site facilities include plumbing, carpentry, electrical, millwright, welding, industrial wood working, construction and renovation labs.
The Humber Design Centre features a large, open concept space along with the latest digital imaging and design technologies.
Students gain experience with leading technologies in subjects such as circuits, programming, power generation, computer-aided design and drafting (CADD), technical communications, and more.
The Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation brings students, faculty, industry and the community together to solve real world problems collaboratively. This 93,000 square foot facility provides an opportunity for students to collaborate across multiple disciplines and obtain hands-on experience using cutting edge equipment and facilities, preparing them for the jobs of the future.
The Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation is part of Humber's Centres of Innovation Network.