Northern Lights College is dedicated to providing students with the highest standard of education and career training.
Professional training programs in business, technology, education, and health and human services provide a solid foundation of skills that will help you advance into a meaningful career. Professional program areas include: the Alaska Highway Consortium on Teacher Education, Business Management, Early Childhood Education and Care, Education Assistant, Practical Nursing and the Social Services Worker Diploma.
Academic/university-level courses and programs reflect the intellectual and creative modes of inquiry practiced in the arts and sciences. A variety of first- and second-year University Arts and Sciences courses are designed to provide an educational experience that prepares students for work, citizenship, an enriched life as an educated person, and for further study. Indeed, academic courses may count as credits in NLC’s professional training programs and also count as credits in degree programs at other institutions.
You may register in one of the University Arts and Sciences program streams outlined below, or for individual courses that are scheduled during the Fall, Winter, or Intersession semesters. Courses are offered by various modes of delivery, including in-class, video conference, or online.
Future Prospects: Transfer arrangements exist with universities, colleges and institutes throughout British Columbia. See the BC Transfer Guide at www.bctransferguide.ca. Course transfer beyond British Columbia is determined on a case-by-case basis. NLC students are responsible for confirming admission requirements, application procedures, transfer credit, and graduation requirements at all receiving institutions.
Business and Technology
Education: K - 12
Health and Human Services
University Arts and Sciences
Sectretary to the Dean