Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering Technology
Faculty of Business
Faculty of Information Arts & Technology
Faculty of Continuing Education
Faculty of Workforce Skills Development
Some programs offer co-op options, while others include a mandatory co-op period prior to graduation. Seneca also offers work placement assistance to students upon graduation. All Seneca College programs are developed and kept current with the assistance of academic advisory committees. These committees are made up of Seneca's academic advisors and key industry members. They are in place to ensure the education students receive provides the skills necessary for career success.
Institutions with which Seneca has transfer agreements include: University of British Columbia,University of Calgary, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida, University of Guelph, University of Western Sydney in Australia and York University. These cover diverse program areas including Human Resources Management, Real Property Administration, Aviation and Flight Technology, Nursing, and Biochemistry.
Seneca College is continuously expanding its transfer and joint agreements with other post-secondary institutions to give students the most for their education and career success.
Seneca College has campuses in Toronto, Ontario and throughout the Greater Toronto Area.
Buttonville is the home of Seneca's fleet of aircraft and flight training devices, utilized for training by students registered in the Aviation and Flight Technology Program. All in-flight training is undertaken through the facilities at the Buttonville Airport. Classroom-based instruction is divided between Markham and Buttonville Campuses.
Students on this campus are registered in pre-apprenticeship programs for Tool and Die Maker, Precision Machining and Mould Maker trades.
The building can be seen from the westbound collector lanes of Highway 401 (Ontario).
Located on 282 hectares of woods, lakes and fields, this campus offers students a broad range of study programs, including: Business, Early Childhood Education, Law Enforcement, Nursing, Social Service Worker (and Gerontology), Tourism Studies, Golf Course Technician, Environmental Landscape Management, Recreation and Leisure Services, Recreation Facility Management, and Veterinary Technician. It is also one of the few locations in Canada that offer training in the field of SCUBA and Surface Supplied Commercial Diving.
Seneca’s 10-storey Markham Campus is a state-of-the-art, wireless learning facility with electronic classrooms, a computer commons, library, cafeteria, fitness centre, book store and flexible student learning spaces.
Located at highways 404 and 7, the Markham Campus is convenient for drivers and municipal transit users.
The Campus offers programs in Business Administration — Information Systems, General Business, Marketing, Marketing Administration, Brand Management, Business Intelligence, Interactive Marketing, Marketing Management, and Business Computer Studies. Other non-business administration programs include Tourism and Travel, and Aviation and Flight Technology.
The Newmarket Campus offers community-based services delivered by Seneca College, the YMCA and the Canadian Hearing Society (CHS). Programs include employment services for adults, academic upgrading and computer skills training. The YMCA offers youth programs and information on recreational activities and community programs. The CHS offers numerous support services for the hearing impaired in York Region.
Newnham Campus is the academic and administrative centre of Seneca College. Located on the north side of Finch Avenue at Hwy. 404 (Don Valley Parkway) and Finch Avenue East, Newnham Campus is one of the largest college campuses in Canada. It houses full-time and part-time programs in Applied Arts, Business and Technology, as well as the Seneca Student Residence.
Seneca@York Campus includes the Stephen E. Quinlan Building and the Technology Enhanced Learning Building, situated on the Keele Campus of York University. Several schools are located at this North York campus, including the Animation Arts Centre, Communication Arts, Computer Studies and Biological Science and Applied Chemistry, as well as Corporate Communications, Technical Communication and Liberal Arts programs.
Students at the Yorkgate Campus can learn at their own pace with customized programs in academic upgrading and office systems. The Literacy and Basic Skills program is available, as are a variety of provincial and federal programs. The Employment Resource Centre offers assisted services and extended hours on evenings and Saturdays. The facility is located on the second floor of the Yorkgate Mall at Finch Avenue West and Jane Street.