The University Arts and Sciences Program at Northern Lights College serves individuals and communities by providing university-level learning opportunities that reflect the intellectual and creative modes of inquiry practised in the Arts and Sciences.
A wide variety of first- and second-year courses enable learners to pursue numerous credential and career options and engage in personal enrichment.
The Associate of Arts Degree enables students to focus on humanities or social sciences.
This provincially recognized credential provides a well-rounded educational experience that prepares students for work, citizenship, and further study.
For students intending to pursue further studies, the Associate of Arts Degree comprises the first two years (60 credits) of a four-year degree program (120 credits).
All 60 Associate Degree credits receive complete block transfer at post-secondary institutions throughout British Columbia.
Accordingly, the Associate of Arts Degree enables Northern Lights College students to complete the first half of a degree program while remaining in their home communities.
Students transferring to a post-secondary institution may still be required to meet specific first- and second-year requirements for certain degree programs.
Students should plan their course selection accordingly to meet these requirements while enrolled at NLC for the Associate of Arts Degree.
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NLC offers an immersive full-time English language program for international students at the Fort St. John Campus.
Semesters begin in September, January, and April. Students can take the ESL program to improve their English generally or as a pathway into one of the College academic programs.
Graduation from a Canadian high school program conducted in English.
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