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Work towards a career in Fitness, Sports or Massage Therapy

Program Name Code Credential Length Campus
Exercise Science and Lifestyle Management 14131 Ontario Graduate Certificate 2 semesters North
Fitness and Health Promotion 10331 Diploma 4 semesters North
Massage Therapy 14201 Advanced Diploma 6 semesters North
Nutrition and Healthy Lifestyle Promotion 10231 Diploma 4 semesters North
Recreation and Leisure Services 10301 Diploma 4 semesters North
Sport Business Management SB511 Ontario Graduate Certificate 2 semesters North
Sport Management 14181 Advanced Diploma 6 semesters North
Wellness Coaching WC511 Ontario Graduate Certificate 2 semesters North

Pathway Highlight

Qualified graduates from the Fitness and Health Promotion program may be eligible to transfer to Guelph-Humber's Kinesiology degree program.

Students in kin lab
Students in kin lab
Students in kin lab

Gain practical, industry-ready skills in our on-campus facilities

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Student with arms raised in front of bay
Student with arms raised in front of bay

Expand your cultural experiences by studying globally

Highlighting excellence in our Fitness, Sports & Massage Therapy Programs

 
 

A Successful Sports Week Raises Funds for Several Organizations

Students at Sports Week event

The second-year Sports Management and Recreation students had a busy week as they were tasked with organizing and conducting several events as a part of their Special Event Management Class.

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HRT’s Annual Massage Therapy Day was a Big Success

Annual Massage Therapy Day

Every year, the third-semester massage therapy students organize and launch Massage Therapy Awareness Day as part of their Professional Growth and Development course. The goal of this event is to spread awareness of the benefits of massage therapy within the Humber community.

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HRT Massage Therapy Graduates Win First Place in RMTAO Contest

Two of our recent graduates of the Massage Therapy program, Ingrid Acebes, and Stephanie Zadorozniak entered the case report contest put on by the Registered Massage Therapists’ Association of Ontario and proudly received first place for their hard work.

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