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.
When completing your online application, please select 'CV' as the administrative campus. Courses may be offered in a virtual or in-person format at other campus locations.
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The faculty literally showed us a world beyond our own, opening our eyes to a new way of thinking and seeing. I am a better person because of my experience at NIC.
NIC student Christy Vanden travelled to Greece and Turkey to earn academic credit while exploring ancient cultures.