An index to all the Technical and Community Colleges located in British Columbia, Canada sorted by name and city.
Camosun College - Victoria From more than 60 areas of study from across the Schools of Arts and Science, Business, Health and Human Services, and Trades and Technology, Camosun College delivers career training and university transfer programs.
Capilano College - North Vancouver Capilano College offers a wide range of courses and programs for academic, personal, and/or professional/career interests, including associate degrees, bachelor degrees, certificates, and diplomas, in Business and Professional Studies, Fine and Applied Arts, Health and Education, Liberal Arts, and Science and Technology as well as post-graduate certificates, in Asia Pacific Management, Environmental Science, and Latin American Management and Art.
College of New Caledonia - Prince George The College of New Caledonia offers over 35 career training certificate and diploma programs in Business and Technology, Community, Early Childhood Education, Health Sciences and Social Services, Industry Initiatives, Job Education and Training, and Trades Programs and university transfer programs in 22 disciplines in Arts and Science and Commerce and Business Administration along with 2-year associate degrees in Arts and Science.
College of the Rockies - Cranbrook Over 65 programs in more than 30 categories leading to a degree, diploma, or certificate in Business, Child Youth and Family Studies, Computer Science, Health, Recreation, Tourism, Trades, and University Studies, along with numerous online classes and programs, are offered at the College of the Rockies.
Columbia College - Vancouver Columbia College offers 1st and 2nd year university transfer courses and programs in the Arts, Business, Engineering, Communication, Computer Science, and Science, associate degrees in Arts and Science, high school completion opportunities, and English language training.
Douglas College - New Westminster More than 89 programs, including vocational and university transfer options, leading to associate degrees, bachelor degrees, certificates, and diplomas, as well as conferences, seminars, workshops, and short duration courses and programs for adult learners for academic, personal, and/or professional purposes are offered at Douglas College.
Justice Institute of British Columbia - New Westminster A full range of career-oriented certificate and diploma and undergraduate and graduate degree programs, delivered through 10 academies and divisions and spanning over 10 areas of study, for individuals interested in working in the field of justice and justice administration, are available at the Justice Institute of British Columbia.
Kwantlen University College - Surrey More than 135 career, trades, and technology programs leading to bachelor degrees, associate degrees, diplomas, certificates and citations, with upwards of 80 percent of the College’s offerings providing opportunities for further studies leading to a bachelor degree at the College or at another post-secondary institution, are offered at Kwantlen University College.
Langara College - Vancouver Langara College offers 1st- and 2nd-year university transfer courses in Arts and Science and over 31 full-time career training programs along with more than 500 courses and 35 certificate opportunities available on a part-time basis through the College’s Continuing Education division.
Malaspina University-College - Nanaimo Malaspina University-College offers academic and career-oriented programs leading to undergraduate and graduate degrees, post-graduate diplomas, diplomas, and certificates in Arts, Business and Management, Career and Academic Preparation, Education, Fine and Performing Arts, First Nations, Health, Human Services, Science, Technology/Technician, and Trades and Applied Technology.
Nicola Valley Institute of Technology - Merritt More than 20 certificate, degree, diploma, and university transfer programs in Aboriginal Community and Health Development, Aboriginal Early Childhood Education, Academic and Indigenous Studies, Administrative and Community Economic Development Studies, College Readiness, Community Education, Information technology, Law Enforcement, Natural Resources Technology, and Social Work are offered at the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology.
North Island College - Courtenay North Island College (NIC) offers over 900 courses and 70 programs in health care, trades, business, fine arts, tourism, and university studies leading to certificates, diplomas, associate degrees and bachelor degrees. In addition, the College has formalized dual admission agreements with the University of Victoria, Emily Carr University, Royal Roads University and Vancouver Island University. NIC further serves the North Island region by providing contract training, international education, and professional and personal development.
Northern Lights College - Dawson Creek The Northern Lights College offers more than 55 credit and non-credit academic, career training, and university transfer programs, including associate degrees, certificates, and diplomas, along with 14 apprenticeship opportunities.
Selkirk College - Castlegar From the Schools of Adult Basic Education and Transitional Learning, Business and Aviation, Digital Media, Music, and Information Technology, Health and Human Services, Hospitality and Tourism, Industry and Trades Training, Renewable Resources, and University Arts and Sciences, Selkirk College offers over 73 academic, career, vocational, and technical programs leading to associate degrees, certificates, diplomas, and/or university transfer.
University College of the Fraser Valley - Abbotsford The University College of the Fraser Valley has more than 80 programs from the Faculties of Arts/Applied Arts, Community Access, Business and Information Technology, Science, Health and Human Services, and Trades and Technical Training, along with numerous continuing education opportunities, including 11 certificates.
Vancouver Community College - Vancouver Associate degrees, certificates, diplomas, and university transfer opportunities from the Schools of Arts, Sciences and Language Studies, Health Sciences, Hospitality and Business, Instructor Education, and Music, including over 60 vocational training programs, are available at the Vancouver Community College.