Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology
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The Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology offers programs, leading to applied bachelor degrees, associate degrees, certificates, diplomas, and university transfer, in over 260 career fields in Applied Arts, Business, Health Sciences, Information Arts, Science and Engineering, and Technology. The College is particularly adept in the areas of biotechnology and pharmaceutical studies, business, computer science, and health sciences. Among the College’s more notable offerings are its applied bachelor degrees in Financial Services Management, Flight, Integrated Environmental Site Remediation, and Software Development. Through the College’s joint programs and transfer options, students may earn both a diploma at the College and a degree at a partnered institution in Canada or around the world. Many of the College’s programs are integrated with a co-operative education component while others offer a co-op option. Co-operative learning allows students to mix classroom instruction with real world work experience.
Seneca College is the largest college in Canada and provides educational services in the Greater Toronto Area. The College maintains the most expansive computer studies program in Canada and instructs over 20 percent of students enrolled in computer studies in Ontario.