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Fall 2020 Announcement

Centennial College will, for the most part, continue to teach at a distance and online...

Full-Time Online Programs

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Summer Full-time Bursaries

It can be tough to pay for college. That's why we've created a number of bursaries to help you meet …

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Graduate Certificate

Our programs are affordable, short in duration and many provide opportunities for hands-on work...

Land Acknowledgement

Today, the traditional meeting place of Toronto is still home to many Indigenous People from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work in the communities that have grown in the treaty lands of the Mississauga. We acknowledge that we are all treaty people and accept our responsibility to honour all our relations.

Who We Are

Learn a living. In your field. Your community. Anywhere. We'll help you get there. With more accredited programs, pioneering research projects and partnerships that offer semesters or placements abroad. An education rooted in the principles of global citizenship, equity and social inclusion. All at Centennial College.

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I was a student in Indra Raghubir’s Human Resources Management Class in the fall of 2014 at Centennial College. I could not have been given a better professor for the semester. Indra was very assertive when it came to her students. She ensured that all materials were covered. She also ensured that we did not just obtain the lesson from the standard PowerPoint slides. Indra challenged her students with assignments, in-class assignments, group assignments, independent studies and quizzes, as well as the final exam, which I believe were all essential stepping stones to understanding the foundation of Human Resources Management in Canada. She also makes her students apply theory, hands-on material, in-class lectures, governmental rules and regulations as well as external resources to their assignments. This, I felt, was a true light bulb moment for me, as I have been working as a Human Resources Administrative Assistant for four years now, and now I have the understanding of why certain organizations do things differently from other organizations. Starleeta Brown, Human Resources Management, Graduate


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