Drummondville, Cumberland, VCC announce programming updates


Several postsecondary institutions have announced programming updates for forthcoming terms. Cégep de Drummondville will offer a Diplôme d’Expertise Comptable en Techniques d’éducation spécialisée starting in Autumn 2024. Cumberland College will launch an Educational Assistant Certificate program this Fall; the program will be brokered through Saskatchewan Polytechnic and offered part-time over two years. Douglas College’s two-year American sign language interpretation (ASL) diploma program will move to Vancouver Community College, which already offers a one-year certificate in ASL and Deaf studies. The co-location of these two programs at VCC will provide greater opportunities for curriculum coordination and program alignment. The Government of British Columbia is providing $655K for the transition of this program.

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