Academic delivery plan
The list below identifies Durham College’s (DC) approach to academic instruction in post-secondary programs for the winter 2021 semester. The winter semester starts on Wednesday, January 6 and ends on Friday, April 16. It includes a winter reading week from Monday, February 22 to Friday, February 26. Learn more about the term’s important academic dates. While every effort is made to ensure this information is accurate and current, it is subject to change based on the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic and guidance from public health officials and the provincial government.
Apprenticeship students looking for program delivery information are directed to contact their designated Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development (MLTSD) Employment Training Consultant (ETC). They will advise you what is available.
Students with questions regarding Centre for Professional and Part-time Learning courses can visit the website for details regarding winter offerings.
Remote: Fully remote delivery, in-person presence not required.
Remote and in-person on campus: Part of program is delivered remotely and part is on-campus for required hands-on activities
Work-integrated-learning: Some students may also participate in a remote, in-person or blended work-integrated learning opportunity. Examples of these opportunities include co-op, field placement, practicum, clinical placement and preceptorship.
Deferred: Program and /or semester will not be offered in the winter 2021 semester.
Students with questions related to their programs should contact their school office. Visit the academic schools page for contact details.
Program delivery method
*Some workshops with recovery workshops scheduled after semester end (INC).
** For CTA & CTAP, as LSO accredited programs, in the event that the government were to remove restrictions on public gatherings and physical distancing, the Law Society of Ontario (LSO) will require a return to in-class instruction for accredited paralegal programs within 60 days. Until that time, all CTA and CTAP courses will be remote.
***Some workshops in two courses (5 times per semester each).