in 1966, Centennial College is Ontario's first community college, primarily
serving the Toronto communities of Scarborough and East York through
four campuses and two satellite locations. Recognized as one of the most culturally diverse postsecondary institutions
in Canada, almost 100 ethnocultural groups are represented and 80 languages
are spoken on campus.
The college enrolled 12,000 full-time students
and almost 30,000 part-time learners in 2000. Centennial
offers more than 80 diploma and certificate programs on a full-time and
part-time basis in business, communication arts, community and consumer
services, engineering technology, health and transportation. These career-oriented
programs emphasize practical experience with laboratory learning, industry
and agency placements, as well as co-op education. Students may also
prepare for college and university through the General Arts and Science
program, English language training and a variety of short courses.
further details please visit the web site of Centennial
College at http://www.cencol.on.ca
or click on the college logo on the previous page.
part-time faculty, I was responsible for the course of
"Operating System" in the engineering program of
the course material, presentation slides, mid-term and final
exams and lab exercises.
I had 24
students in my class from different cultural background and of
different age group. It is a very interesting challenge to
progress with such a diversified class.
rate of my class was more that 88%, and I feel very satisfied