Keyano plans for busy year as new programs are reviewed for fall


At Keyano College, nearly 20 new and revised programs are being put through the approval process as the college repositions itself for the Fall semester. President Jay Notay explained that the college is making the changes to ensure that it is positioned competitively and is meeting local needs: “Our mandate is to look at labour market data, and provide programs and options available to our community based on that data.” The new certificates, diploma, and post-diploma programs will focus on topics such as information technology, AI, digital marketing, and cyber security; and the college is reportedly in discussions about creating a pathway from a computer science program into a degree at Northwestern Polytechnic. “We’re focusing on opportunity-mode as opposed to cut-mode,” said Notay.

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