DC’s honours bachelor’s degrees provide unique options for students who are looking to integrate theory with intensive applied learning. Students graduate with the comprehensive knowledge and practical experience employers demand in today’s competitive and evolving workforce.

  • Artificial Intelligence – Honours Bachelor – NEW
    • Eight semesters
    • Bachelor’s degree (honours)
    • Oshawa campus

    Developed in response to the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on business processes globally, the Honours Bachelor of Artificial Intelligence program will teach you skills, tools, and techniques to design AI solutions.

  • Behavioural Science – Honours Bachelor – NEW
    • Eight semesters
    • Bachelor’s degree (honours)
    • Oshawa

    If you have an interest in human behaviour and a desire to help others improve their quality of life then this interdisciplinary program is for you.

  • Construction Management – Honours Bachelor – NEW
    • Eight semesters
    • Bachelor’s degree (honours)
    • Oshawa and Whitby campus

    The Honours Bachelor of Construction Management (HBCM) program provides students with the knowledge, skills and abilities they will need to succeed in a career in the industrial, residential, institutional, or commercial construction industries.

  • Health Care Technology Management – Honours Bachelor
    • Nine semesters
    • Bachelor’s degree (honours)
    • Oshawa

    The first program of its kind in Canada, the Honours Bachelor of Health Care Technology Management (HCTM) program addresses an identified need in the health care sector for professionals with a hybrid skill set of expertise in medical technology, life sciences and business practices.

  • Health Care Technology Management – Honours Bachelor (pathway to degree) – NEW
    • Five semesters
    • Bachelor’s degree (honours)
    • Oshawa

    The program of study for the HCTF pathway focuses on developing expertise in business practices, including management, policy development, marketing and sales and accounting, among others, to complement existing knowledge in biomedical technology and life sciences.