Our Second Career office will provide you with complete training proposals based on our second career eligible programs as well as everything you need to help you apply for your program of interest. You must contact a Durham College Second Career Advisor to obtain your personalized proposal package.
ON-CAMPUS VS. OFF-SITE – WHICH OPTION IS BEST FOR YOU?
Durham College understands that some students will appreciate the benefit and flexibility of online learning. We’re pleased to offer you the option to study online at home, or use on-campus quiet study space.
- Provides the opportunity to study from the comfort of your own computer or using Oshawa campus’ quiet study space.
- Three semester start dates: September, January or May.
- Online learners can access their courses and technical support 24 hours a day/seven days a week. Off-site learners are responsible for software/hardware requirements.
- On campus study space users also experience student benefits including health insurance coverage, a Universal Transit Pass (U-Pass) and access to on-campus facilities including the Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre (CRWC).*
*On campus study space users (online) and full-time day students must pay all full-time ancillary fees.
Online Programs available to second career students:
The following certificate and diploma programs are available to both on-campus (E-Lab) and off-site students who are eligible for funding through the Second Career program.
Applied Criminal Investigative Techniques
Client and Customer Relations
Geographic Information Systems
Hospital Nursing Unit Clerk
Leadership Development Series
Legal Office Assistant
Office Technology Administration
Technical Support Analyst
Business – Accounting (Two-Year)
Business – Entrepreneurship and Small Business
Business – Human Resources Management
Business – Marketing
Business – Operations
Early Childhood Education
Library and Information Technician
Social Services Worker
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Human Resources Management