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North American College of Information Technology

730 Yonge Street, Suite 207, Toronto ON

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Programs

Programs offered at each campus may vary, so be sure to check other campus offerings for the course you are most interested in.

Beauty, Esthetics, Barber Programs

  • Estheticians are experts in services related to skin care including facial, body, hand and foot care. They provide non-medical skin procedures and treatments to the face and body using specialized products and techniques in order to enhance a client’s personal appearance. Major services provided include: Facials and facial skin care Skin analysis and care plan development Full body treatments for skin care Neck and head massages Makeup application and advice on the use of make-up and other beauty products Hair removal through waxing, electrolysis, laser technology, and other methods Hand and foot care (manicures, pedicures and related treatments) The College uses S.T. 250 and Evolution 5 machines to teach the electrolysis portion of the program. As a bonus, students will have the opportunity to work with IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) and skin remodeling/rejuvenation machines. Students will also learn how to maintain the hygiene of their skin care center, the sterilization of equipment, and the organization of their environment for safety and work efficiency. They will also be introduced to the business skills and activities required to establish and operate an esthetic business in a salon or spa environment.

    Modules

    Manicure Pedicure Waxing Make-Up Artistry Anatomy and Physiology / Skin Care Advanced Spa Therapies / Hydro Massage New Technologies Electrolysis Small Business Management/Microsoft Office Clinical Practice

Business, Accounting, Marketing Programs

  • The objective of our program is to equip successful graduates with the knowledge and skills required to function effectively in the modern business world environment to Plan, manage and execute marketing strategy for existing and new products launches, able to build

    •  Build and develop strong relationships with business customers
    •  Prepare sales forecasts and prepare sales reports (e.g. quarterly sales results and annual forecasts etc.
    •  Develop marketing plan and executing marketing campaigns, program, and events
    • * Manage customer service practices to exceed the expectations through developing and implementing affluent campaigns
    •  Maintain customer database for generating leads and achieving sale targets
    •  Perform periodic competitive analysis for strengthening the company’s position in the market
    •  Optimize the effectiveness of existing marketing campaigns and communication plans keeping in mind marketing & business objectives
    •  Develop new business with existing clients and/or identify areas of improvement to set and meet sales targets/quotas
    •  Develop product message, customer responses, and customer case studies
    •  Conduct market research
    •  Gather marketing data on competitors, analyze them to make recommendations
    •  Gain understanding of business objectives to create product awareness, support on promoting events/campaigns, and qualifying prospects
    •  Understand and use analytics to build digital strategies

    Modules

    1. Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
    2. Principles of Accounting
    3. Customer Relationship Management
    4. Accounting Software – Sage 300
    5. International Marketing & Trade
    6. Applied Marketing, Sales & Advertising
    7. Managing Business Operations (MBO)
    8. Managerial Accounting and Finance
    9. Market Research & Analytics
    10. Business Communication
    11. Job Search
    12. Project Practice Sets

     Admission Requirements

    •  Grade 12 (OSSD) or equivalent

    If you are 19 years or older and do not have an OSSD or equivalent, a minimum passing score of 15 on the Wonderlic SLE entrance test

    Career Opportunities

    Students will be prepared for employment positions such as Marketing Specialist, Marketing Analyst, Market Research Coordinator, Sales Analyst and Account Coordinator

  • The objective of our program is to equip successful graduates with the knowledge and skills required to function effectively in the modern computerized accounting and finance environment and also to hone and fine-tune their general skills for the work place. Typically, graduates find employment in small to medium sized enterprises and corporate finance departments. The public sector and non-profit sector also provide many opportunities for the accounting assistant and payroll administrator. This diploma program aims to provide students all of the major accounting skill including the following: keep financial records and establish, maintain and balance various accounts using manual and computerized bookkeeping systems; calculate and prepare cheques for payrolls and for utility, tax and other bills; complete and submit tax remittance forms, workers’ compensation forms, pension contribution forms and other government documents; prepare tax returns and perform other personal bookkeeping services; prepare T4 statements and other statements; compile statistical reports, statements, and summaries related to pay and benefits accounts; prepare and balance period-end reports and reconcile issued payrolls to bank statements; prepare and process payroll data into payroll system to accurately generate payrolls.

    Modules

    1. Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
    2. Principles of Accounting
    3. Advanced Accounting
    4. Accounting Software Sage 50
    5. Accounting Software QuickBooks
    6. Accounting Software Sage 300
    7. Payroll Administration
    8. Personal, Business and Corporate Income Tax
    9. Accounting Practice Sets
    10. Business Communications
    11. Job Search

      Career Opportunities

      Students will be prepared for employment positions such as bookkeeper, bookkeeper assistant, accounting clerk, accounts payable clerk, accounts receivable clerk, payroll clerk, auditing clerk, data entry clerk, customer service representative, assistant office manager, and general office clerk.
  • The objective of our program is to equip successful graduates with the knowledge and skills required to function effectively in the modern computerized accounting and finance environment and also to hone and fine-tune their skills in the work place. Typically, graduates find employment in small to medium sized enterprises and corporate finance departments. The public sector and non-profit sector also provide many roles for the accounting assistant. More senior opportunities will exist for those with experience in related administrative and accounting areas or working on one of the recognized accounting designations.

    Modules

    1. Introduction To Computer Applications
    2. System Analysis And Design
    3. Business Communications
    4. Business Economics
    5. Financial Accounting
    6. Accounting Business Applications
    7. Marketing Management
    8. Financial Management
    9. Advance Accounting Application II (Data Analysis Techniques)
    10. Canadian Business Law and Taxation

    Career Opportunities

    Students will be prepared for employment positions such as Accounts Receivable/Accounts Payable Specialist, Bookkeeper/Accountant, Finance Manager, Account Manager, Auditor, Budget Analyst, Financial Accountant, Management Accountant, Tax Consultant and Business Manager (Self Employment)

    Admission Requirements

    • Grade 12 (OSSD) or equivalent
    • If you are 19 years or older and do not have an OSSD or equivalent, a minimum passing score of 18 on the Wonderlic SLE entrance test and an admissions interview to determine suitability for the program
  • This course is designed to equip students with a working knowledge of office systems and procedures and with an advanced level of the computer skills required to manage a fast paced, modern office that emphasizes technology in communication, record keeping and accounts management. This program provides students with relevant administrative and high-level technological skills to meet the demands of the current and emerging business environment.

    Skills stressed in the course include scheduling meetings and appointments, organizing and maintaining paper and electronic files, conducting research and providing information via the telephone, creating reports by using graphics, maintaining financial records, preparing bank reconciliation, postal mail, and e-mail.

    Modules

    1. Introduction to Computer Applications
    2. Business Communications
    3. Bookkeeping
    4. Accounting Software Applications – Simply Accounting/ MYOB, QuickBooks
    5. Interpersonal Skills
    6. Administration Management

    Career Opportunities

    Graduates of this program are in high demand, and are ready to enter financially rewarding careers. Graduates may be employed in Business entities, Accounting firms and Legal firms as administrative assistants, office managers, and admin clerks.

  • The Business Administration Diploma is designed to provide students with an opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to enter careers in management, real estate, sales, marketing, accounting and other office positions in today’s competitive workplace. The curriculum is competency-based and emphasizes industry-driven educational outcomes.

    Modules

    1. MS Office
    2. Business Correspondence and English
    3. Accounting I
    4. Business Principles and Management
    5. Accounting II
    6. Computerized Accounting
    7. Marketing and Sales
    8. Human Resources Management
    9. Economics
    10. Managerial and Cost Accounting
    11. Desktop Publishing E-Business Concepts
    12. Project Management
    13. Advertising and Sales Promotion
    14. Retail Sales Management
    15. International Marketing
    16. Career Development 1
    17. Career Development 2

    Career Opportunities

    Graduates of Business Administrative Programs work in a broad range of employment settings in all sectors of business and industry, both domestic and international, including manufacturers, retailers, medical facilities, financial institutions, government offices, consulting firms, and other large and small businesses.

  • The objective of our program is to equip successful graduates with the knowledge and skills required to function effectively in the modern computerized accounting and finance environment and also to hone and fine-tune their skills in the work place. Successful graduates would be entering into modern computerized accounting and finance environment. The Diploma in Computerized Accounting aims to provide students with the opportunity to obtain knowledge and skills relating to manual and computerized accounting, costing, budgeting, taxation, financial accounting and financial management, as well as spread sheeting and word processing software. Typically, graduates find employment in small to medium sized enterprises and corporate finance departments. The public sector and non-profit sector also provide many opportunities for the accounting assistant. More senior opportunities will exist for those with experience in related administrative and accounting areas or those working in one of the recognized accounting designations.

    Modules

    1. Introduction to Computer Applications
    2. Business Communications
    3. Bookkeeping
    4. Accounting and Business Applications – I
    5. Advance Accounting Application – II
    6. Canadian Business Law and Corporate Tax

    Career Opportunities

    Students will be prepared for employment positions such as bookkeeper, bookkeeper assistant, accounting clerk, accounts payable clerk, accounts receivable clerk, payroll clerk, auditing clerk, data entry clerk, customer service representative, assistant office manager, and general office clerk

    Admission Requirements

    • Grade 12 (OSSD) or equivalent
    • If you are 19 years or older and do not have an OSSD or equivalent, a minimum passing score of 16 on the Wonderlic SLE entrance test
  • This program focuses on Oracle’s E-Business-Suite accounting software which has been described as “the most complete and integrated financial management solutions for finance operations; governance, risk, and compliance; and performance management.”

    The objective of our program is to equip successful graduates with the knowledge and skills required to function effectively in the modern computerized accounting and finance environment and also to hone and fine-tune their skills in the work place. Successful graduates would be entering into modern computerized accounting and finance environment.

    The Diploma in Computerized Accounting aims to provide students with the opportunity to obtain knowledge and skills relating to manual and computerized accounting, costing, budgeting, taxation, financial accounting and financial management, as well as spread sheeting and word processing software. Typically, graduates find employment in small to medium sized enterprises and corporate finance departments. The public sector and non-profit sector also provide many opportunities for the accounting assistant. More senior opportunities will exist for those with experience in related administrative and accounting areas or those working in one of the recognized accounting designations.


    Modules

    1. Bookkeeping
    2. Introduction to Computer Applications
    3. Business Communications
    4. Canadian Business Law and Taxation
    5. Oracle – E-Business Essentials
    6. Oracle – General Ledger
    7. Oracle – Accounts Payable
    8. Oracle – Accounts Receivable
    9. Oracle – Cash Management

    Career Opportunities

    Typically, graduates find employment incorporate finance departments of medium to large sized enterprises. The public sector and non-profit sector also provide many opportunities for the accounting assistant. More senior opportunities exist for those with experience in related administrative and accounting areas or those working in one of the recognized accounting designations.

    Major focus of this diploma is to familiarize accounting professional to Oracle’s ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software.

  • The Medical Office Assistant program provides comprehensive training to find a job in doctors’ offices, hospitals and other facilities. Students use a variety of computer programs and become familiar with special software used in medical offices. The program offers specialized education which includes knowledge of medical, office administration and bookkeeping.

    At North American College of Information Technology, we increase your marketability by teaching the concepts and skills you’ll need to work in a medical office using modern tools and technology including understanding of various medical office procedures, healthcare fundamentals, medical terminology, client communications, bookkeeping,  Microsoft Office skills such as Advanced Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and database with special emphasis on the transferable skills, demanded by the employers

    Modules

    1. Healthcare – History, Ethics and Legalities
    2. Medical Terminology
    3. Body Systems and Disease
    4. Pharmacology
    5. Management Responsibilities and Medical Office Management
    6. Computer Applications in the Medical Office
    7. Advanced Word
    8. Advanced Excel
    9. Access
    10. PowerPoint and Outlook
    11. Accounting and Bookkeeping for Medical Office
    12. Client Services & Interpersonal Skills
    13. Administrative Skills and Procedures
    14. Practice Management Software
    15. Clinical Skills and Procedures

    Career Opportunities

    Medical Office Assistants work primarily in doctors’ offices, medical clinics, hospitals, health care agencies, retirement homes, long-term facilities, etc.  By performing administrative tasks and some basic non-invasive clinical procedures, they are vital members of the health care community.  Typical Job Titles include: Medical Secretary, Medical Billing Clerk, Medical Administrative Assistant, Medical Secretary, Medical Receptionist, Ward Secretary.

    Admission Requirements

    • Grade 12 (OSSD) or equivalent
    • If you are 19 years or older and do not have an OSSD or equivalent, a minimum passing score of 18 on the Wonderlic SLE entrance test
    • Good oral and written English skills
    • Medical Certificate (free of communicable disease with up-to-date immunization status)
    • Admissions interview to determine suitability for the program

Creative Arts, Interactive, Sound Programs

  • Graduates of Civil Engineering Design & Technology programs have demonstrated achievement of vocational learning outcomes which relate to engineering in general and civil engineering in particular that are necessary to perform their roles according to recognized civil engineering practices. This enables graduates to evaluate assignments, establish objectives, set parameters, and determine and implement appropriate procedures and actions. Graduates are able to adhere to applicable laws, to exercise due diligence in the workplace, to adhere to health and safety practices, and to work in accordance with labour-management principles and practices. Graduates are prepared to assume responsibility for their work and may work independently or interdependently as part of a civil engineering or multi-disciplinary team. Graduates of the Civil Engineering Design & Technology diploma program are trained to:
    • proposal development (construction of roads, bridges, sewers, water mains, and other infrastructure)
    • cost estimation
    • field work (materials testing and project administration)
    • apply communication, documentation, computer applications, information technology, and teamwork skills to support the civil engineering activities of an organization
    A special feature of this program is the “capstone” Engineering Project course taken at the end of the third term which includes such topics as: project management concepts; needs identification techniques; proposed solutions preparation; the project life cycle; the project manager’s responsibilities and skills; the effective project team; types of project organizations; project communications and documentation; project planning, scheduling, and control; resource considerations; and cost planning and performance evaluation. In this course, students have the opportunity to replicate an actual mechanical engineering project under the direction of NAC’s instructors who are also practicing professional engineers. Another feature is the Career Development for Engineers course also taken in the final term which focuses on career planning and effective job search strategies, the techniques of researching companies, the basics of interviewing including a review of typical interview questions and role-playing, with all of this being presented and directed by senior practicing engineers who have direct and current experience with interviewing and hiring engineering technicians.

    Course Outline

    1. Computer Application for Engineering
    2. Business Communication
    3. Physics
    4. Fundamentals in Mathematics
    5. Foundation Engineering
    6. Masonry Structural Design
    7. Blue Prints and Engineering Drawings
    8. Engineering Law
    9. Geo Environment
    10. Primavera (P3) Project Management
    11. Timberline & Construction Estimation
    12. Building Science & Home Inspection
    13. Ontario Building Code
    14. Staad Pro 2007
    15. AutoCAD
    16. MicroStation
    17. Engineering Project
    18. Career Development for Engineers

Culinary Arts Programs

  • This diploma program provides training for anyone seeking employment as a Food Service Worker or for those people already in the industry who wish to upgrade or enhance their skills. The program covers both the theoretical and practical aspects of food preparation, nutrition, basic therapeutic diets, sanitation practices, meal service, effective communication and customer service. The program has been designed to meet the requirements set by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care for staff employed as food service workers in long-term care environments.

    Modules

    1. Institutional Food Service / Role of the Food Service Worker
    2. Communication Skills for the Food Service Worker
    3. Sanitation and Safety
    4. Quantity Food Preparation
    5. Nutrition and Health
    6. Medical Emergencies
    7. Job Search and Career Development
    8. Work Placement
    Clinical Placement The College also arranges 140 hours of work placement in the food services department of a long term care facility, hospital, school or other institution that prepares and serves food in large quantity. Activities performed will vary depending on the placement site, however, key responsibilities include being supervised by a placement host at all times, observing all workplace and school safety and security procedures, dressing appropriately for the placement experience, interacting with the placement staff respectfully, courteously, and enthusiastically and learning and asking questions about the work placement staff’s jobs, environment and daily routine.

    Career Opportunities

    Food Service Workers (also called Dietary Aide, Food Service Helper and Food Preparer) commonly find employment in long-term care facilities, acute care hospitals, special care homes, integrated facilities, educational facilities, the hospitality industry and a variety of other settings.

    Admission Requirements

    • Grade 12 (OSSD) or equivalent
    • If you are 19 years or older and do not have an OSSD or equivalent, a minimum passing score of 14 on the Wonderlic SLE entrance test.
    • Medical Certificate (free of communicable disease with up-to-date immunization status)
    • Negative Police Check (Vulnerable persons)

Education, Teaching Programs

  • The Early Childcare Assistant program was developed to equip childcare workers with valuable knowledge, skills and experience for employment as Assistants in daycares or early learning centres. It was designed to give students an overview of the responsibilities of an early childcare assistant and opportunities to perform those responsibilities. In addition to covering early childhood development, program planning, communication and other vital topics in childcare, the program also includes the role of computers in a childcare setting and how to use this tool to enhance the development in children.

    Modules

    1. Orientation
    2. Role of the Childcare Worker
    3. Observation Skills
    4. Child Development
    5. Guiding Children
    6. Program Planning
    7. Children and Technology
    8. Communication Skills
    9. Health and Safety
    10. Nutrition
    11. Testing
    12. CPR/ First Aid
    13. Clinical Placement
    Clinical Placement College also arranges 490 hours of mandatory Practicum Placement for the students. The placement provides the students the opportunity to apply the theories into a real work situation.

    Career Opportunities

    Graduates may find employment as assistant teachers in child care centres and nursery schools, or as family-home child care providers. Job titles include: Child Care Assistant, Child Care Worker, Daycare Early Childhood Educator Assistant, Day Care Worker, Day Care Teacher, Preschool Teacher, Baby Care Worker, Infant Day Care Worker, Nursery School Helper, and Preschool Helper.

Engineering Programs

  • Graduates of Mechanical Engineering Technology Programs carry out mechanical engineering functions within an engineering environment. Graduates have demonstrated achievement of vocational learning outcomes which relate to engineering in general and mechanical engineering in particular. Graduates of the Mechanical Engineering & Design Technology diploma program are trained to: perform design in the production of components in a mechanical engineering environment, perform analysis in the production of components in a mechanical engineering environment, perform supervisory functions in the production of components in a mechanical engineering environment, carry out manufacturing and quality control procedures, and apply communication, documentation, computer applications, information technology, and teamwork skills to support the engineering activities of an organization. The graduates work in a wide range of settings in both large and small organizations and in a variety of sectors in the mechanical engineering industry. Their activities could range from computer-aided design and manufacturing, to industrial sales, or to junior management in the mechanical field. A special feature of this program is the “capstone” Engineering Project course taken at the end of the third term which includes such topics as: project management concepts; needs identification techniques; proposed solutions preparation; the project life cycle; the project manager’s responsibilities and skills; the effective project team; types of project organizations; project communications and documentation; project planning, scheduling, and control; resource considerations; and cost planning and performance evaluation. In this course, students have the opportunity to replicate an actual mechanical engineering project under the direction of NAC’s instructors who are also practicing professional engineers. Another feature is the Career Development for Engineers course also taken in the final term which focuses on career planning and effective job search strategies, the techniques of researching companies, the basics of interviewing including a review of typical interview questions and role-playing, with all of this being presented and directed by senior practicing engineers who have direct and current experience with interviewing and hiring engineering technicians.

    Course Outline

    • Computer Applications for Engineering
    • Business Communication
    • Physics
    • Mathematics
    • Engineering Drawing
    • Mechanics of Material
    • Mechanics
    • Machine Elements in Mechanical Design
    • AutoCAD
    • Autodesk Inventor
    • SolidWorks
    • CATIA
    • Unigraphics
    • MicroStation
    • Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) and Finite Element Method (FEM)
    • Engineering Design and Drawing
    • Engineering Project
    • Career Development for Engineers

      Career Opportunities

      Graduates of Mechanical Engineering Technologists and Technicians Diploma can work as:
      • Mechanical (Machine) Designer
      • Tool & Die Designer
      • Mould Designer
      • H.V.A.C Technologist
      • Mechanical Engineering Technologist (Technician)
      • Heating Designer
      • Piping Engineering Technologist

      Admission Requirements

      • Grade 12 (OSSD) or equivalent
      • If you are 19 years or older and do not have an OSSD or equivalent, a minimum passing score of 16 on the Wonderlic SLE entrance test
      • Grade 12 English and Math (College/University level or equivalent)
      • Good oral and written English skills
      • Admissions interview to determine suitability for the program
      Students can apply and be granted advanced standing and exemptions based on their previous postsecondary studies. The following are required: (a) A request by the students indicating clearly what course(s) they are requesting advanced standing for and the reason for the request; (b) Official transcripts, and/or assessments, certificates based on which the advanced standing is requested. Advanced standing or exemption will be granted in cases wither the skills and knowledge outcomes of the previous academic work done by the applicant are essentially identical to those of the subject/module as offered by North American College, as determined by the academic and administrative staff of the College, and, if required, by an interview with a member of the academic staff who teaches the subject/module in question. An advanced academic standing/exemption is considered approved only when it is approved in writing by North American College’s admission office. It is the responsibility of individuals who intend to apply for advanced standing to do so before finalizing their registration on the College.
  • Graduates of Civil Engineering Design & Technology programs have demonstrated achievement of vocational learning outcomes which relate to engineering in general and civil engineering in particular that are necessary to perform their roles according to recognized civil engineering practices. This enables graduates to evaluate assignments, establish objectives, set parameters, and determine and implement appropriate procedures and actions. Graduates are able to adhere to applicable laws, to exercise due diligence in the workplace, to adhere to health and safety practices, and to work in accordance with labour-management principles and practices. Graduates are prepared to assume responsibility for their work and may work independently or interdependently as part of a civil engineering or multi-disciplinary team. Graduates of the Civil Engineering Design & Technology diploma program are trained to:
    • proposal development (construction of roads, bridges, sewers, water mains, and other infrastructure)
    • cost estimation
    • field work (materials testing and project administration)
    • apply communication, documentation, computer applications, information technology, and teamwork skills to support the civil engineering activities of an organization
    A special feature of this program is the “capstone” Engineering Project course taken at the end of the third term which includes such topics as: project management concepts; needs identification techniques; proposed solutions preparation; the project life cycle; the project manager’s responsibilities and skills; the effective project team; types of project organizations; project communications and documentation; project planning, scheduling, and control; resource considerations; and cost planning and performance evaluation. In this course, students have the opportunity to replicate an actual mechanical engineering project under the direction of NAC’s instructors who are also practicing professional engineers. Another feature is the Career Development for Engineers course also taken in the final term which focuses on career planning and effective job search strategies, the techniques of researching companies, the basics of interviewing including a review of typical interview questions and role-playing, with all of this being presented and directed by senior practicing engineers who have direct and current experience with interviewing and hiring engineering technicians.

    Course Outline

    1. Computer Application for Engineering
    2. Business Communication
    3. Physics
    4. Fundamentals in Mathematics
    5. Foundation Engineering
    6. Masonry Structural Design
    7. Blue Prints and Engineering Drawings
    8. Engineering Law
    9. Geo Environment
    10. Primavera (P3) Project Management
    11. Timberline & Construction Estimation
    12. Building Science & Home Inspection
    13. Ontario Building Code
    14. Staad Pro 2007
    15. AutoCAD
    16. MicroStation
    17. Engineering Project
    18. Career Development for Engineers
  • Graduates of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Design Technology programs have demonstrated achievement of vocational learning outcomes which relate to engineering in general and electrical engineering in particular that are necessary to perform their roles according to recognized electrical engineering practices. The program provides graduates with an exposure to a range of electrical engineering functions, such as designing or adapting, analyzing, troubleshooting commissioning, installing and repairing a variety of electrical circuits, equipment, and systems, under the supervision of a qualified person. Graduates have also had exposure to quality control and assurance programs and have applied communication, documentation, computer applications, information technology, and teamwork skills to support the electrical engineering activities of an organization. Graduates of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Design Technology diploma program are trained to:
    • designing or adapting a variety of electrical circuits, equipment, and systems under supervision
    • analyzing, troubleshooting, commissioning, installing and repairing a variety of electrical circuits, equipment, and systems under supervision
    • implementing quality control and assurance programs
    • apply communication, documentation, computer applications, information technology, and teamwork skills to support the electrical engineering activities of an organization
    The graduates work in a wide range of settings in both large and small organizations and in a variety of sectors in the electrical engineering industry. Their activities could have a very broad range: power distribution and utilization; electrical power generation, transmission, and protection; industrial telecommunications; electrical maintenance and installation; and automation systems. A special feature of this program is the “capstone” Engineering Technology Project course taken at the end of the third term which includes such topics as: project management concepts; needs identification techniques; proposed solutions preparation; the project life cycle; the project manager’s responsibilities and skills; the effective project team; types of project organizations; project communications and documentation; project planning, scheduling, and control; resource considerations; and cost planning and performance evaluation. In this course, students have the opportunity to replicate an actual civil electrical project under the direction of NAC’s instructors who are also practicing professional engineers. Another feature is the Career Development course also taken in the final term which focuses on career planning and effective job search strategies, the techniques of researching companies, the basics of interviewing including a review of typical interview questions and role-playing, with all of this being presented and directed by senior practicing engineers who have direct and current experience with interviewing and hiring engineering technicians.

    Course Outline

    1. Computer Applications for Engineering
    2. Business Communication
    3. Physics
    4. Mathematics
    5. Electronics and Digital Circuits Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, Pneumatics and Vacuum Systems
    6. Electrical Circuit Analysis and Machinery
    7. General Work Shop
    8. PLC and HMI (Allen Bradley)
    9. PLC and Servo Controllers (Allen Bradley)
    10. PLC and Motion Control (Omron)
    11. PLC (Siemens)
    12. Robotics
    13. Advanced Control Systems
    14. AutoCAD Electrical
    15. Introduction to the Canadian Electrical Code
    16. Engineering Project
    17. Career Development for Engineers

    Career Opportunities

    Graduates can work as:
    • Electrical Engineering Technician or Technologist
    • Electronics Design Technologist
    • Electronics Engineering Technician or Technologist
    • Production Support Technician (Electronics Manufacturing)
    • PLC Panel Assemblers
    • Robotics Control and Support Technicians
    • Automotive Technicians Engineering Technician
     
  • Graduates of Computer Network Engineering Design & Technology programs have demonstrated achievement of vocational learning outcomes which relate to computing in general and computer systems in particular that are necessary to perform their roles according to recognized computer systems technology practices. The program provides graduates with an ability to work individually or as part of a team to design and implement information technology solutions that correspond to the day-to-day requirements of individuals and organizations. Their activities could have a very broad range, such as: maintain, troubleshoot and administer the use of local area networks; Evaluate and install computer hardware, networking software, operating system software and software applications; provide problem-solving services to network users; install, maintain, troubleshoot and upgrade Web-server hardware and software; implement network traffic and security monitoring software, and optimize server performance; perform routine network start up and close down and maintain control records; conduct tests and perform security and quality controls Graduates of the Computer Network Engineering Design & Technology diploma program are trained to:
    • support the use of computers and networks design and implement information technology solutions
    • monitoring network operations
    • assessing security solutions
    • apply communication, documentation, computer applications, information technology, and teamwork skills to support the computer activities of an organization
    Another special feature of all engineering programs is the “capstone” project course taken at the end of the program which includes such topics as: project management concepts; needs identification techniques; proposed solutions preparation; the project life cycle; the project manager’s responsibilities and skills; the effective project team; types of project organizations; project communications and documentation; project planning, scheduling, and control; resource considerations; and cost planning and performance evaluation. In this module, students have the opportunity to replicate an actual project under the direction of NAC’s instructors who are also practicing professionals.s.

    Course Outline

    1. Computer Applications for Engineering
    2. Business Communication
    3. Physics
    4. Mathematics
    5. Hardware and Operation System – Essentials
    6. Advanced Hardware and Software Applications
    7. Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
    8. Administration of Microsoft Windows Vista
    9. Windows Server 2008 Active Directory
    10. Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure: Basic
    11. Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure –Advanced
    12. Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure -Configuration
    13. Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure – Administration
    14. Windows Server Enterprise Administration – Introduction
    15. Windows Server Enterprise Administration – Advanced
    16. Cisco Certified Network Associate (Voice)
    17. Engineering Project
    18. Career Development for Engineers

    Career Opportunities

    The graduates work in a wide range of settings in both large and small organizations and in a variety of sectors in the computer technology industry. Their activities could have a very broad range: internet web site technician; local area network administrator or technician; network administrator or technician; network support technician; system administrator

    Admission Requirements

    • Grade 12 (OSSD) or equivalent
    • If you are 19 years or older and do not have an OSSD or equivalent, a minimum passing score of 16 on the Wonderlic SLE entrance test
    • Grade 12 English and Math (College/University level or equivalent)
    • Good oral and written English skills
    • Admissions interview to determine suitability for the program
    Students can apply and be granted advanced standing and exemptions based on their previous postsecondary studies. The following are required: (a) A request by the students indicating clearly what course(s) they are requesting advanced standing for and the reason for the request; (b) Official transcripts, and/or assessments, certificates based on which the advanced standing is requested. Advanced standing or exemption will be granted in cases wither the skills and knowledge outcomes of the previous academic work done by the applicant are essentially identical to those of the subject/module as offered by North American College, as determined by the academic and administrative staff of the College, and, if required, by an interview with a member of the academic staff who teaches the subject/module in question. An advanced academic standing/exemption is considered approved only when it is approved in writing by North American College’s admission office. It is the responsibility of individuals who intend to apply for advanced standing to do so before finalizing their registration on the College.

Healthcare, Wellness, Pharma Programs

  • This full time diploma program was developed using the “Pharmacy Assistant Competency Profile” and the “Pharmacy Assistant Skill Set” documents published by the Ontario College of Pharmacists. The program is 34 weeks (900 hours) in length, and consists of 450 hours of pharmacy assistant related theory, 250 hours of practical skills in the school’s well-equipped pharmacy assistant classroom and 200 hours of full time clinical work placement in a pharmacy setting. During the clinical work placement students participate in both a retail community pharmacy placement in a drug store and an institutional pharmacy placement in a hospital, long-term care facility, rehab center or similar organization. Ideally each placement will be 4 weeks in length.

    Modulese

    1. Introduction to Pharmacy Practice
    2. Human Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology with Medical Terminology
    3. Introduction to Computers, Applications and Keyboarding
    4. Interpersonal Skills, Communication, Problem Solving and Client Services
    5. Pharmaceutical Calculations
    6. Pharmaceutical Law and Ethics
    7. Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Fundamentals
    8. Compounding
    9. Sterile Products (including aseptic techniques, infection control, microbiology and handling of bio-hazardous materials)
    10. Introduction to Pharmacy Management Software
    11. Retail Pharmacy Practice
    12. Hospital Pharmacy Practice (including long term care pharmacy practice)
    13. CPR and First Aid Certifications
    14. Employment and Career Management
    15. Clinical Placement

    Clinical Placement

    Near the conclusion of the program, students are required to complete 200 hours of full time clinical work placement in a pharmacy setting. During the clinical work placement students participate in both a community pharmacy placement in a drug store and an institutional pharmacy placement in a hospital, long-term care facility, rehab center or similar organization. Ideally each placement will be 4 weeks in length.

    Career Opportunities

    Employment may be found in:
    • Retail Pharmacies
    • Hospitals
    • Long-term care facilities
    • Rehab centers

    Admission Requirements

    • Grade 12 (OSSD) or equivalent
    • If you are 19 years or older and do not have an OSSD or equivalent, a minimum passing score of 18 on the Wonderlic SLE entrance test.
    • Medical Certificate (free of communicable disease with up-to-date immunization status)
    • Good oral and written English skills.
    • Admissions interview to determine suitability for the program
  • Are you a caring individual who likes to help others? Would you enjoy working at a career that makes you feel good about yourself at the end of the day? Is your career goal to work with people in the Health Care field? If you’ve answered yes to these questions, this is the right career for you. Personal Support Workers (PSW’s) help people with everyday activities such as grooming, dressing, and other household tasks. There’s a huge shortage of Personal Support Workers in Canada, and you can help fill the demand. Start now by getting the training you need to become a PSW. This certificate program was developed as part of the Ontario government’s plan to reform long-term care and support services which are provided to people in long-term care facilities or living at home in the community.

    Modules

    • PSW Foundations
    • Safety and Mobility
    • Body Systems
    • Assisting with Personal Hygiene
    • Abuse and Neglect
    • Household Management, Nutrition and Hydration
    • Care Planning / Restorative Care / Documentation / Working in the Community
    • Assisting the Family, Growth and Development
    • Assisting the Dying Person
    • Assisting with Medications
    • Cognitive and Mental Health Issues and Brain Injuries
    • Health Conditions
    • Clinical Placement (Community)
    • Clinical Placement (Facility)
     

    Clinical Placement

    College also arranges 310 hours of mandatory Clinical Placement for the students. Students have to work at long-term facilities, home care services, retirement homes or senior’s apartments to complete certificate requirements. Students will be able to gain experience by applying theoretical concepts in real situation.

    Career Opportunities

    You’ll work as a Personal Support Worker in:
    • long-term care facilities
    • group homes
    • community agencies
    • hospitals
    • schools
    • day care centres (children or adults)
    • home care agencies
    • hospices
    • home care agencie

    Admission Requirements

    • Grade 12 (OSSD) or equivalent
    • If you are 19 years or older and do not have an OSSD or equivalent, a minimum passing score of 14 on the Wonderlic SLE entrance test
    • Good oral and written English skills (student must pass a literacy test)
    • Medical Certificate (free of communicable disease with up-to-date immunization status)
    • Negative Police Check (Vulnerable persons) Canada wide
    • Admissions interview to determine suitability for the program
  • Graduates of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Design Technology programs have demonstrated achievement of vocational learning outcomes which relate to engineering in general and electrical engineering in particular that are necessary to perform their roles according to recognized electrical engineering practices. The program provides graduates with an exposure to a range of electrical engineering functions, such as designing or adapting, analyzing, troubleshooting commissioning, installing and repairing a variety of electrical circuits, equipment, and systems, under the supervision of a qualified person. Graduates have also had exposure to quality control and assurance programs and have applied communication, documentation, computer applications, information technology, and teamwork skills to support the electrical engineering activities of an organization. Graduates of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Design Technology diploma program are trained to:
    • designing or adapting a variety of electrical circuits, equipment, and systems under supervision
    • analyzing, troubleshooting, commissioning, installing and repairing a variety of electrical circuits, equipment, and systems under supervision
    • implementing quality control and assurance programs
    • apply communication, documentation, computer applications, information technology, and teamwork skills to support the electrical engineering activities of an organization
    The graduates work in a wide range of settings in both large and small organizations and in a variety of sectors in the electrical engineering industry. Their activities could have a very broad range: power distribution and utilization; electrical power generation, transmission, and protection; industrial telecommunications; electrical maintenance and installation; and automation systems. A special feature of this program is the “capstone” Engineering Technology Project course taken at the end of the third term which includes such topics as: project management concepts; needs identification techniques; proposed solutions preparation; the project life cycle; the project manager’s responsibilities and skills; the effective project team; types of project organizations; project communications and documentation; project planning, scheduling, and control; resource considerations; and cost planning and performance evaluation. In this course, students have the opportunity to replicate an actual civil electrical project under the direction of NAC’s instructors who are also practicing professional engineers. Another feature is the Career Development course also taken in the final term which focuses on career planning and effective job search strategies, the techniques of researching companies, the basics of interviewing including a review of typical interview questions and role-playing, with all of this being presented and directed by senior practicing engineers who have direct and current experience with interviewing and hiring engineering technicians.

    Course Outline

    1. Computer Applications for Engineering
    2. Business Communication
    3. Physics
    4. Mathematics
    5. Electronics and Digital Circuits Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, Pneumatics and Vacuum Systems
    6. Electrical Circuit Analysis and Machinery
    7. General Work Shop
    8. PLC and HMI (Allen Bradley)
    9. PLC and Servo Controllers (Allen Bradley)
    10. PLC and Motion Control (Omron)
    11. PLC (Siemens)
    12. Robotics
    13. Advanced Control Systems
    14. AutoCAD Electrical
    15. Introduction to the Canadian Electrical Code
    16. Engineering Project
    17. Career Development for Engineers

    Career Opportunities

    Graduates can work as:
    • Electrical Engineering Technician or Technologist
    • Electronics Design Technologist
    • Electronics Engineering Technician or Technologist
    • Production Support Technician (Electronics Manufacturing)
    • PLC Panel Assemblers
    • Robotics Control and Support Technicians
    • Automotive Technicians Engineering Technician
     

Legal, Policing Programs

  • The Legal Administrative Assistant program provides the learner with fundamental knowledge of legal terminologies, policies and procedures encountered in the law office environment, and with the various forms and documents associated with legal actions.

    Modules

    1. Introduction to Computer Applications
    2. Canadian Business Law
    3. Law Office Procedures/Civil and Criminal Law
    4. Financial Accounting
    5. Family Law
    6. PC Law

    Career Opportunities

    Graduates are employed as legal secretaries, legal researchers, litigation legal assistants, law clerks, legal administrative assistants and receptionists in a wide range of law office environments. Major employers include small to large law firms and government and corporate legal departments.

    Admission Requirements

    • Grade 12 (OSSD) or equivalent
    • If you are 19 years or older and do not have an OSSD or equivalent, a minimum passing score of 18 on the Wonderlic SLE entrance test and an admissions interview to determine suitability for the program

    Program Learning Outcomes

    This program provides students with an in-depth understanding of the role played by a Legal Assistant within the legal profession. Upon the successful completion of this program, graduates of the program will qualify to begin a legal career. They will be able to provide valuable assistance within a law firm by performing the duties of a Law Clerk, or as a Legal Assistant.

Technology, Networking Programs

  • Graduates of Mechanical Engineering Technology Programs carry out mechanical engineering functions within an engineering environment. Graduates have demonstrated achievement of vocational learning outcomes which relate to engineering in general and mechanical engineering in particular. Graduates of the Mechanical Engineering & Design Technology diploma program are trained to: perform design in the production of components in a mechanical engineering environment, perform analysis in the production of components in a mechanical engineering environment, perform supervisory functions in the production of components in a mechanical engineering environment, carry out manufacturing and quality control procedures, and apply communication, documentation, computer applications, information technology, and teamwork skills to support the engineering activities of an organization. The graduates work in a wide range of settings in both large and small organizations and in a variety of sectors in the mechanical engineering industry. Their activities could range from computer-aided design and manufacturing, to industrial sales, or to junior management in the mechanical field. A special feature of this program is the “capstone” Engineering Project course taken at the end of the third term which includes such topics as: project management concepts; needs identification techniques; proposed solutions preparation; the project life cycle; the project manager’s responsibilities and skills; the effective project team; types of project organizations; project communications and documentation; project planning, scheduling, and control; resource considerations; and cost planning and performance evaluation. In this course, students have the opportunity to replicate an actual mechanical engineering project under the direction of NAC’s instructors who are also practicing professional engineers. Another feature is the Career Development for Engineers course also taken in the final term which focuses on career planning and effective job search strategies, the techniques of researching companies, the basics of interviewing including a review of typical interview questions and role-playing, with all of this being presented and directed by senior practicing engineers who have direct and current experience with interviewing and hiring engineering technicians.

    Course Outline

    • Computer Applications for Engineering
    • Business Communication
    • Physics
    • Mathematics
    • Engineering Drawing
    • Mechanics of Material
    • Mechanics
    • Machine Elements in Mechanical Design
    • AutoCAD
    • Autodesk Inventor
    • SolidWorks
    • CATIA
    • Unigraphics
    • MicroStation
    • Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) and Finite Element Method (FEM)
    • Engineering Design and Drawing
    • Engineering Project
    • Career Development for Engineers

      Career Opportunities

      Graduates of Mechanical Engineering Technologists and Technicians Diploma can work as:
      • Mechanical (Machine) Designer
      • Tool & Die Designer
      • Mould Designer
      • H.V.A.C Technologist
      • Mechanical Engineering Technologist (Technician)
      • Heating Designer
      • Piping Engineering Technologist

      Admission Requirements

      • Grade 12 (OSSD) or equivalent
      • If you are 19 years or older and do not have an OSSD or equivalent, a minimum passing score of 16 on the Wonderlic SLE entrance test
      • Grade 12 English and Math (College/University level or equivalent)
      • Good oral and written English skills
      • Admissions interview to determine suitability for the program
      Students can apply and be granted advanced standing and exemptions based on their previous postsecondary studies. The following are required: (a) A request by the students indicating clearly what course(s) they are requesting advanced standing for and the reason for the request; (b) Official transcripts, and/or assessments, certificates based on which the advanced standing is requested. Advanced standing or exemption will be granted in cases wither the skills and knowledge outcomes of the previous academic work done by the applicant are essentially identical to those of the subject/module as offered by North American College, as determined by the academic and administrative staff of the College, and, if required, by an interview with a member of the academic staff who teaches the subject/module in question. An advanced academic standing/exemption is considered approved only when it is approved in writing by North American College’s admission office. It is the responsibility of individuals who intend to apply for advanced standing to do so before finalizing their registration on the College.
  • Graduates of Civil Engineering Design & Technology programs have demonstrated achievement of vocational learning outcomes which relate to engineering in general and civil engineering in particular that are necessary to perform their roles according to recognized civil engineering practices. This enables graduates to evaluate assignments, establish objectives, set parameters, and determine and implement appropriate procedures and actions. Graduates are able to adhere to applicable laws, to exercise due diligence in the workplace, to adhere to health and safety practices, and to work in accordance with labour-management principles and practices. Graduates are prepared to assume responsibility for their work and may work independently or interdependently as part of a civil engineering or multi-disciplinary team. Graduates of the Civil Engineering Design & Technology diploma program are trained to:
    • proposal development (construction of roads, bridges, sewers, water mains, and other infrastructure)
    • cost estimation
    • field work (materials testing and project administration)
    • apply communication, documentation, computer applications, information technology, and teamwork skills to support the civil engineering activities of an organization
    A special feature of this program is the “capstone” Engineering Project course taken at the end of the third term which includes such topics as: project management concepts; needs identification techniques; proposed solutions preparation; the project life cycle; the project manager’s responsibilities and skills; the effective project team; types of project organizations; project communications and documentation; project planning, scheduling, and control; resource considerations; and cost planning and performance evaluation. In this course, students have the opportunity to replicate an actual mechanical engineering project under the direction of NAC’s instructors who are also practicing professional engineers. Another feature is the Career Development for Engineers course also taken in the final term which focuses on career planning and effective job search strategies, the techniques of researching companies, the basics of interviewing including a review of typical interview questions and role-playing, with all of this being presented and directed by senior practicing engineers who have direct and current experience with interviewing and hiring engineering technicians.

    Course Outline

    1. Computer Application for Engineering
    2. Business Communication
    3. Physics
    4. Fundamentals in Mathematics
    5. Foundation Engineering
    6. Masonry Structural Design
    7. Blue Prints and Engineering Drawings
    8. Engineering Law
    9. Geo Environment
    10. Primavera (P3) Project Management
    11. Timberline & Construction Estimation
    12. Building Science & Home Inspection
    13. Ontario Building Code
    14. Staad Pro 2007
    15. AutoCAD
    16. MicroStation
    17. Engineering Project
    18. Career Development for Engineers
  • Graduates of Computer Network Engineering Design & Technology programs have demonstrated achievement of vocational learning outcomes which relate to computing in general and computer systems in particular that are necessary to perform their roles according to recognized computer systems technology practices. The program provides graduates with an ability to work individually or as part of a team to design and implement information technology solutions that correspond to the day-to-day requirements of individuals and organizations. Their activities could have a very broad range, such as: maintain, troubleshoot and administer the use of local area networks; Evaluate and install computer hardware, networking software, operating system software and software applications; provide problem-solving services to network users; install, maintain, troubleshoot and upgrade Web-server hardware and software; implement network traffic and security monitoring software, and optimize server performance; perform routine network start up and close down and maintain control records; conduct tests and perform security and quality controls Graduates of the Computer Network Engineering Design & Technology diploma program are trained to:
    • support the use of computers and networks design and implement information technology solutions
    • monitoring network operations
    • assessing security solutions
    • apply communication, documentation, computer applications, information technology, and teamwork skills to support the computer activities of an organization
    Another special feature of all engineering programs is the “capstone” project course taken at the end of the program which includes such topics as: project management concepts; needs identification techniques; proposed solutions preparation; the project life cycle; the project manager’s responsibilities and skills; the effective project team; types of project organizations; project communications and documentation; project planning, scheduling, and control; resource considerations; and cost planning and performance evaluation. In this module, students have the opportunity to replicate an actual project under the direction of NAC’s instructors who are also practicing professionals.s.

    Course Outline

    1. Computer Applications for Engineering
    2. Business Communication
    3. Physics
    4. Mathematics
    5. Hardware and Operation System – Essentials
    6. Advanced Hardware and Software Applications
    7. Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
    8. Administration of Microsoft Windows Vista
    9. Windows Server 2008 Active Directory
    10. Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure: Basic
    11. Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure –Advanced
    12. Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure -Configuration
    13. Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure – Administration
    14. Windows Server Enterprise Administration – Introduction
    15. Windows Server Enterprise Administration – Advanced
    16. Cisco Certified Network Associate (Voice)
    17. Engineering Project
    18. Career Development for Engineers

    Career Opportunities

    The graduates work in a wide range of settings in both large and small organizations and in a variety of sectors in the computer technology industry. Their activities could have a very broad range: internet web site technician; local area network administrator or technician; network administrator or technician; network support technician; system administrator

    Admission Requirements

    • Grade 12 (OSSD) or equivalent
    • If you are 19 years or older and do not have an OSSD or equivalent, a minimum passing score of 16 on the Wonderlic SLE entrance test
    • Grade 12 English and Math (College/University level or equivalent)
    • Good oral and written English skills
    • Admissions interview to determine suitability for the program
    Students can apply and be granted advanced standing and exemptions based on their previous postsecondary studies. The following are required: (a) A request by the students indicating clearly what course(s) they are requesting advanced standing for and the reason for the request; (b) Official transcripts, and/or assessments, certificates based on which the advanced standing is requested. Advanced standing or exemption will be granted in cases wither the skills and knowledge outcomes of the previous academic work done by the applicant are essentially identical to those of the subject/module as offered by North American College, as determined by the academic and administrative staff of the College, and, if required, by an interview with a member of the academic staff who teaches the subject/module in question. An advanced academic standing/exemption is considered approved only when it is approved in writing by North American College’s admission office. It is the responsibility of individuals who intend to apply for advanced standing to do so before finalizing their registration on the College.
  • Database administrators develop and implement data administration policy, standards and models. They are employed in information technology consulting firms and in information technology units throughout the private and public sectors. They may perform some or all of the following duties:
    • Develop and implement data administration policy, standards and models
    • Research and document data requirements, data collection and administration policy, data access rules and security
    • Develop policies and procedures for network and/or Internet database access and usage and for the backup and recovery of data
    • Conduct research and provide advice to other information systems professionals regarding the collection, availability, security and suitability of data
    • Write scripts related to stored procedures and triggers
    • May lead and coordinate teams of data administrators in the development and implementation of data policies, standards and models
    Database Administrators primarily work in offices or laboratories, spending the majority of their time in front of a computer. Most work full-time although overtime or weekend work may be required to meet deadlines or solve specific problems. Telecommuting is possible in this occupation, depending on the employer’s flexibility. Work expectations from employers are high as organizations are heavily dependent on effective databases and there can be significant pressure to ensure that they operate smoothly.

    Course Outline

    1. Oracle Database: Fundamentals of SQL
    2. Oracle Database: Administration I
    3. Oracle Database: Administration II
    4. Oracle DBA Project
    5. Microsoft Access and Excel
    6. Linux for Oracle Database Administrators
    7. Microsoft SQL Server: Implementation and Maintenance
    8. Career Development

    Job Search / Placement

    At North American College of Information Technology, Career Services are designed to assist graduates in the pursuit of employment in their field of study. NAC management contacts prospective employers to provide employment opportunities for graduates. Services for students and graduates include conducting workshops and providing individualized one-to-one service on job related topics such as resume building, interviewing and job search techniques.

    Career Opportunities

    Graduates may find employment as an:
    • Oracle database administrator
    • Data custodian
    • Data dictionary administrator
    • Database analyst,
    • database architect,
    • Data warehouse analyst
    • Database developer

    Admission Requirements

    • Grade 12 (OSSD) or equivalent
    • If you are 19 years or older and do not have an OSSD or equivalent, a minimum passing score of 16 on the Wonderlic SLE entrance test Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent); or Mature Student (19 years of age or older and out of school for 1 year or more)
    Students can apply and be granted advanced standing and exemptions based on their previous postsecondary studies. The following are required: (a) A request by the students indicating clearly what course(s) they are requesting advanced standing for and the reason for the request; (b) Official transcripts, and/or assessments, certificates based on which the advanced standing is requested. Advanced standing or exemption will be granted in cases wither the skills and knowledge outcomes of the previous academic work done by the applicant are essentially identical to those of the subject/module as offered by North American College, as determined by the academic and administrative staff of the College, and, if required, by an interview with a member of the academic staff who teaches the subject/module in question. An advanced academic standing/exemption is considered approved only when it is approved in writing by North American College’s admission office. It is the responsibility of individuals who intend to apply for advanced standing to do so before finalizing their registration on the College.

Toronto Campus

Our curriculum is based on intense job evaluation and input from potential employers. Through our skilled professional instructors and state-of-the-art technology, North American College produces graduates whose skills and knowledge have been recognized by employers, and who are well prepared to meet the challenges of today’s work environment.

 


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