Programs offered at each campus may vary, so be sure to check other campus offerings for the course you are most interested in.
CADH continually promotes continuing education and life-long learning. The Canadian Academy of Dental Health and Community Sciences (CADH) is proud to have an Articulation Agreement with Thompson Rivers University, Open Learning (TRU-OL). This agreement allows Dental Hygienists the opportunity to complete TRU-OL’s Bachelor of Health Science program.
Through TRU-OL’s Bachelor of Health Science program, successful graduates of the accredited CADH Dental Hygiene program have the opportunity to attain maximum credit for the pre-assessed CADH courses in a streamlined process.
Students that have graduated from the Dental Hygiene diploma program between November 30th, 2011 and November 30th 2014 are eligible to receive a maximum of 54 PLAR credit towards the TRU Open Learning Bachelor of Health Science program. For more information on admissions, please contact TRU: TRUpartners@tru.ca
CADH Dental Hygiene diploma graduates outside of these dates, are still welcome to apply to TRU OL Bachelor of Health Science program. More information on TRU OL Bachelor of Health Science program can be located at https://www.tru.ca/distance/programs/health-science/bachelor-health-science.html
The Canadian Academy of Dental Health and Community Sciences (CADH), a division of the Canadian Academy of Dental Hygiene Inc., is one of the leading dental hygiene and dental assistant healthcare colleges in the Greater Toronto Area. CADH is located in the heart of Mississauga, Ontario, just minutes west of the City of Toronto. CADH is also proud to be the only college in Ontario offering a restorative dental hygiene diploma.
Established in November 2001, CADH is a Private Career College that provides current, progressive, quality education in the growing professions of dental hygiene, intra-oral dental assisting, and other community health sciences . The faculty is comprised of dental hygienists, dentists and other selected health care professionals. Individualized, instructor-led teaching is enhanced by current, state-of -the-art clinical and laboratory facilities. The instructors not only specialize in their respective disciplines, but they also bring with them a superior level of experience and expertise. These exceptional attributes are necessary to enhance the progressive and evolving content of the dental hygiene, dental health and community science programs offered at CADH.