Articulation: The process of assessing courses or programs offered at other institutions to determine whether to grant credit towards the earning of a Humber post-secondary credential. Articulation is therefore the process, while Block Transfer Credit or Transfer Credit is the end result.
Articulation Agreement: A formally recognized agreement between Humber and a sending or receiving institution that specifies the terms and conditions enabling students to transfer between specific programs.
Block Transfer: The granting of a block of credit for the completion of a group of courses, typically based on the completion of an approved credential or program, from Humber or another institution.
Grouped Credit: The credit awarded when two or more courses must be combined in order to obtain Transfer Credit.
Transfer Credit: The granting of credit for coursework undertaken at another recognized institution
Pathways: Established academic routes whereby students move from one program to another in a seamless fashion. Graduates may have their previous program learning recognized for block transfer into advanced semesters of the receiving program.