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Winter 2021 Full-time Program Delivery

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See how you can inspire and change lives with a career in Community and Health Studies. You'll be glad you did. Centennial College is committed to delivering innovative community and health teaching with practical laboratories and clinics where you receive hands-on experience.
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Fast-track Programs

Bridge to University Nursing
and RN - Perioperative Nursing
from your RPN.

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Post-Graduate Programs

Programs focusing on assessing health risk factors, and developing health and wellness plans and strategies to promote well-being.

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Massage Therapy Clinic

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Censation Esthetics Clinic

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Health Studies Lab

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Early Learning Centres

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Mass Casualty Exercise

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Seeking Community Services Virtual Field Placements

Centennial College’s School of Community and Health Studies Field Placement Program provides students with an enhanced learning experience through engagement with community organizations.

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Joint and Degree Programs

Earn your Diploma or Bachelor degree with Centennial College and our partnered institutions.

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Centennial has faculty members coming from different elements of the profession, some work in a community setting and deal more with patient interactions. In the Pharmacy Program, you have to be well-rounded. You can’t focus on just one aspect of the profession as you must be able to deal with various situations and practices within your scope of practice. Others get expertise in an institutional setting, such as a hospital, and interact with other healthcare professionals such as nurses. Many students and I reap the experiences instructors bring to the classroom, and we take it forward when pursuing registration. Vincent Le, Pharmacy Technician, Graduate