2013-2014 Full-Time Program Calendar
The 2013-2014 College Calendar is the Central Admissions Publication for Seneca College and is designed to provide you with admission information on upgrading, post-secondary, graduate certificate, degree, trade, apprenticeship and employment programs at the College. Most programs described in this publication are offered during the day.
The description of each program includes information on whether the program leads to a certificate, diploma, advanced diploma, graduate certificate or applied degree, as well as program content, admission requirements and possible fields of employment upon graduation. Program offerings, curriculum content, campus location of programs, admission requirements and fee policies are current at the time of publication. Changes to these items may occur after the printing of this publication in September 2012. When changes occur, the College will try to provide as much advance notice as possible.
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- General Education
- Part-time Studies
- Office of the Registrar
There are 5 ways to search for the programs we offer:
View a complete list of all our degree programs.
View an alphabetic list of all our full-time programs.
What interests you?
Check out the career sectors to see a list of Seneca programs that may lead to a career in that sector.
Graduate Certificate Programs
View a complete list of all our graduate certificate programs for those who have a degree or diploma.
View a complete list of co-op programs we currently offer.
Check to see the Seneca College Program Availability for the upcoming semesters.
Subject Description Search
Based on the Subject Code (ie: COS108), enter the 6 character subject code to retrieve the Subject Description:
Calendar Copy Request
View our Seneca College calendar on the web, or you may request a free copy of the 2012-2013 Full-Time Studies printed calendar.
College Performance Program Indicators
All Ontario postsecondary educational institutions are required to provide students with information on graduation rates, graduate employment rates, and Ontario Student Loan (OSAP) default rates for programs funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. You can obtain information for one or more of our programs at: http://www.senecac.on.ca/stats/