Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Obtain a College Education and Feel Prepared for the Workforce

A college education is an ideal way to obtain respectable credentials that will hold up in any workplace against those of university students. It takes less time, less money and produces results that include hands-on experience and theoretical knowledge. Whether you are working in the world of business, health, automotives, or anywhere else, it is always advantageous to have college courses under your belt. In fact, many statistics indicate that college-educated graduates make more money than those with a high school diploma. According to the Census Bureau, individuals who have a bachelor's degree earn around $2.1-million throughout their working adult life, while high school graduates earn an average of $1.2-million. Taking a closer look at weekly earnings brings the life-span numbers into more perspective. In winter 2004-05, the US Department of Labor reported that in 2003, workers who had a bachelor's degree had a median weekly earning of $900, compared with $554 a week for high school graduates. That's a 62 per cent jump in median earnings.

At Centennial College in Toronto, Ont. students can obtain a number of college credentials that range from certificates and diplomas to advanced diplomas and bachelor degrees. The school offers both full-time (more than 200 programs) and part-time studies (more than 160 programs and 1,200 college courses). With programs ranging from health, engineering and technology to humanities, hospitality and automotive studies, the possibilities are endless. Centennial College has four campuses, which ensure that your college education is supplemented by appropriately equipped facilities. Ashtonbee is home to the School of Transportation and is one of the largest automotive and aircraft technology training centres in Canada. The $36-million cutting-edge Centre for Creative Communication houses the School of Communications, Media and Design. It has everything you need to let your inner genius out through art related college courses. Progress Campus is home to the Schools of Business and Hospitality, Tourism and Culture. Here you'll also find Advanced Manufacturing and Automation Engineering Technology programs, as well as many Child Studies and Community Service programs. And, finally, the Morningside Campus is an environmentally friendly building home to the School of Health Studies, as well as selected Engineering Technology and Applied Science programs.

Centennial College's 941 Progress Avenue Campus

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In addition to fully equipped campuses, Centennial College ensures that each program has college courses that are relevant to your area of study. Programs do include general courses such as English but are all related to your field and ensure everything you are learning will be useful. These college courses include major assignments, exams, group projects, presentations, field trips, guest speakers, lab work, and much more.


Visual Tour of Ashtonbee Campus at Centennial college


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