School of Applied Technology

We offer comprehensive programs in design, engineering technologies and skilled trades. With 37 programs built over the past 50 years, we are preparing our students for careers of the future. Our students graduate with the critical-thinking and hands-on skills that will launch their careers in traditional and emerging careers.

Notable Alumni

from the School of Applied Technology

Mimmo Carbonara

Owner & President, 416 Automation Inc.
Electromechanical Engineering Technology - Automation and Robotics, 2007

Job description: heads up a custom manufacturer of automated machinery, testing equipment and adaptable electrical panels for the automotive industry.

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Suzanne Dimma

Editor-in-Chief, Canadian House & Home
Interior Design, 1993

Suzanne Dimma is the editor-in-chief of Canadian House & Home, and Maison et Demeure magazines, Canada’s authorities on decorating and design. Suzanne’s 20 years in the world of design media encompass... Read more

Andy Kikites

Civil Engineering Technician; Civil Engineering Technology
Director, Metrolinx

Andy Kikites is an internationally recognized expert in the art and science of bridge engineering, working with noted international planners and architects on some of the largest projects in the world,... Read more

Lee Renshaw

President, Rise and Hand Travel Gear - A division of Round Circle Group Ltd.
Industrial Design, 2009

While you may not know Lee Renshaw by name, you may have seen him on TV. The inventor of Rise and Hang Travel Gear and president of Round Circle Group Ltd., Renshaw appeared on the... Read more

Michael Ruscigno

Technology Award
Humber College, 1999

Michael Ruscigno is President and Founder of InTELaTECH Inc., which provides electronic components and services in everything from engineering design to product marketing to Ontario's original equipment manufacturing (OEM) industry. A graduate... Read more

 

1977

The Humber Arboretum

Located behind North Campus, the Humber Arboretum spans 250 acres of botanical gardens, trails, ponds, and outdoor learning spaces.

 

1993

Canadian Plastics Industry Association

The Canadian Plastics Industry Association offered hands on training to hundreds of Humber Students in a booming industry.

 

2009

Operation First Contact

Applying knowledge from their radio communications courses, students made contact with the International Space Station.

 

2009

The Humber Centre for Trades and Technology

Humber opened a 95,000 square foot training centre for their students that simulated worksites to practice skills for their careers.

 

2012

The Design Centre

A beautiful 88,000 square foot, open concept layout, that mirrors the working environments of professional design and architectural firms.