At Durham College, the student experience always comes first. From its very first graduating class of just 53 students in 1969 to an alumni of more than 48,000 graduates, the college has held steady in its commitment to making sure students receive the best possible education and gain the most up-to-date skills.
More than 10,000 students study at the Oshawa and Whitby campuses each year, securing their futures through a variety of full and part-time, apprenticeship, continuing education and career development programs in disciplines including business, information technology, energy, media, art, design, skilled trades, general arts and sciences, justice, emergency services and healthcare. In addition, the college provides numerous college-university pathway programs through the many agreements it has in place with universities in Ontario and around the world. These agreements allow students to pursue a university degree in less than the traditional amount of time and some allow them to earn their degree without having to repeat courses.
- Biomedical Engineering Technology
- Chemical Lavatory Technician
- Sport Management