Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology
Number of Students
About 50,564 (Over 84% of the students are engaged in part-time studies)
The Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology offers a full range of post-secondary academic and vocational training programs leading to degrees, diplomas, and certificates, along with personal and professional interest continuing education courses. The College’s areas of expertise are in Applied Arts, Business, Co-operative Education, Health Sciences, Media Studies, and Technology. Collaborative bachelor degrees in Medical Radiation Sciences, with McMaster University, and in Nursing, with Conestoga College and McMaster University are offered at Mohawk College. Eighteen apprenticeship programs are also available including the Automotive Service Educational Program which specializes in General Motors vehicles. The College also carries tuition-free programs, funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, offering students academic upgrading, career training, and college preparation opportunities. The Ontario government has approved the College to offer, in the near future, Bachelor of Applied Technology programs in Internet Systems, Process Automation, and Technology Management.
The Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology is one of Ontario’s larger publicly funded colleges and it provides for the educational needs of Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth, Brant County, and the Haldimand part of the Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk.