Start at the level that’s right for you. Choose from a wide range of high school level courses in math, English, sciences and First Nations languages.
Develop essential workplace skills, safety knowledge and job readiness to launch a career in the food services industry. Qualify for employment as a prep cook, porter or food service worker.
This program covers the training necessary to secure entry level positions in the heavy mechanical industry in sectors including logging, mining, road building or in commercial repair shops.
Gain the business education needed to qualify for supervisory office administration and office management positions and earn credit toward advanced placement in NIC's Business Administration certificate. Develop technical, interpersonal and leadership skills in NIC's highly interactive, team-oriented online classes.
Start your degree at NIC and receive two years (60 credits) of transfer credit toward any BC university. Learn strong critical thinking and research skills sought after by employers as you study anthropology, criminology, First Nations studies, English, geography, history, liberal studies, modern languages (Chinese, French and Spanish), philosophy, political science, psychology, sociology and women’s studies.
Unique in BC, NIC’s Tourism and Hospitality Management diploma is fun, flexible and maximizes your options and opportunities. Travel and explore the relationship between tourism, recreation and resort management in conjunction with the natural environment and gain an understanding of the challenges facing tourism managers and operators.
An introduction to selected problems in the philosophy of religion, metaphysics (theory of reality), and epistemology (theory of knowledge).
Topics include: graphs, functions, solving equations and inequalities of the first degree; coordinate geometry; introduction to probability and statistics; measurement and the metric system.
Concepts of visual language within the discipline of painting will be explored and developed using a wide variety of materials, surfaces and forms. Emphasis will be on students' individual development and on enhancing technical skills, thematic development and personal expression.
Faculty, Fine Art
Faculty, Business Administration
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