Northlands, UWaterloo United College, NBCC announce new programming, changes


Northlands College, United College at the University of Waterloo, and New Brunswick Community College have announced programming changes that will provide new opportunities for students. Northlands has introduced a Diploma in Health Studies that will prepare students for a career in healthcare and human services and offer a ladder into a degree at the University of Regina. The University of Waterloo’s United College has partnered with Bow Valley College, Assiniboine Community College, Oshki-Pimache-O-Win, Sault College, and Humber College to launch a Diploma in Indigenous Entrepreneurship that will be co-delivered at a distance to students at the colleges. New Brunswick Community College has shared several updates on its programming for the upcoming year, including the launch of a Carpentry Co-op program, the suspension of a Machinist program, and changes to its pharmacy assistant and cybersecurity programs.

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