George Brown College of Applied Arts and Technology
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Available at the George Brown College of Applied Arts and Technology is a wide array of academic and skills and vocational training programs in the areas of Business, Building Technologies, Community Services, Culinary Arts, Dance, Design, Early Childhood Development, Engineering Technologies, English as a Second Language, Fashion and Jewelers, General Arts and Science, Health Sciences, Hospitality and Tourism, Nursing, Preparation for College and Work, Teaching English as a Second Language, and Theatre. Included in the College’s catalogue are over 148 programs including 7 bachelor degrees, 3 of which are offered in co-operation with the Universities of Bemidji State and Ryerson, 29 certificates, and 112 diplomas. Additionally, the College offers work experience via apprenticeship training and co-operative education and over 700 Continuing Education credit and non-credit courses.
The Government of Ontario established the George Brown College of Applied Arts and Technology in 1967 to service the educational needs of the City of Toronto. The College works with business, community, government, and labour leaders in the development of its career-oriented courses and programs to ensure they accurately reflect the human resources needs of the local economy.