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Watch the video to learn about the Architectural Technology program from students and faculty.
The Humber Centres of Innovation Network demonstrates our strong commitment to providing an experiential learning environment for students. Students and faculty work with industry partners on real-world challenges to prepare them to become the innovative and strategic problem-solvers of tomorrow. Come to Humber and experience interdisciplinary learning across five COIs.About the COIs
2023 President’s Award Recipient
Tue, September 05, 2023
It is with great pride that FAST Professor Elizabeth Fenuta, M.Arch, OAA, is the recipient of a 2023 President’s Award!
Together with Eva Ziemsen, Faculty of Media & Creative Arts, Elizabeth and Eva are the recipients of the Research Excellence Award for their Metaverse in Higher Education and Applied Research Partnership.
Thank you, Elizabeth, for your significant contributions to the Humber College research program!
Celebrating the Class of 2023
Mon, June 26, 2023
Convocation commemorates the culmination of our students’ academic journey & the gateway to new beginnings as the next generation of leaders.
Humber Professor Earns Master of Education
Mon, June 26, 2023
Humber FAST students were not the only ones celebrating their convocation and joining the Class of 2023!
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|Details and Specifications||Minimum Specifications||Recommended Specifications|
|Processor||Intel i7 (Quad 4)||Intel i7 (Quad 4 or higher)|
|OS||Windows 10 (PC)
OS 10.15 (Mac)
|Windows 10 (PC)
OS 10.15 (Mac)
|Memory||16GB of RAM||Expandable to 32 GB (Required for 2nd and 3rd semester NEST students)|
|Dedicated video processor||Nvidia Quadro, or AMD Radeon Pro 5300M|
|Video Display Resolutions||500 GB storage space||Solid State Drive 1 TB (SSD) preferable|
|Monitor||1680 x 1050 with true color||1920 x 1200 with true color|
|Other||Wireless 802.11 b/g/n/ac||Built-in Etherert port (strongly recommended), Three-year warranty (recommended), Theft and damage insurance (recommended), Long battery life (strongly recommended)|
|Accessories||USB thumb drive (32 GB)||USB storage hard drive/backup (500 GB–1 TB)|
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Humber offers a variety of bursaries and scholarships for Indigenous students, visit Indigenous Student Awards.
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