University of Northern British Columbia

Location: British Columbia

University of Northern British Columbia

UNBC provides outstanding undergraduate and graduate learning opportunities that explore cultures, health, economies, sciences, and the environment. As one of BC’s research-intensive universities, they bring the excitement of new knowledge to their students, and the outcomes of their teaching and research to the world. In addition to fostering and celebrating academic excellence, UNBC is a welcoming place, with a learning environment that is friendly, inclusive, and supportive.

PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Arts

Anthropology
Economics
English
Environmental and Sustainability Studies
First Nations Studies
General Arts
Geography
Global and International Studies
History
Nature-based Studies
Political Science
Pubilic Administrationa and Community Development
Women’s Gender Studies
Anthropology / Geography
Economics / Global and International Studies
Economics / Political Science
English / Environmental and Sustainability Studies
English / History
English / Political Science
English / Women’s and Gender Studies
Environmental and Sustainability Studies / Political Science
First Nations Studies / Women’s and Gender Studies
Global and International Studies / Political Science
History / Political Science
History / Women’s and Gender Studies
Political Science / Women’s and Gender Studies

Bachelor of Commerce

Accounting
Finance
General Business
Human Resource Management
International Business
Marketing
Web & Mobile App Design & Development

Bachelor of Education

Elementary (K-7)
Secondary (8-12)

Bachelor of Fine Arts

Fine Arts and Creative Writing
Bachelor of Health Science
Biomedical Studies
Community and Population Health: Aboriginal and Rural Health
Community and Population Health: Environmental Health

Bachelor of Science

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Biology
Chemistry
Computer Science
Conservation Science and Practice
Environmental Science
Forest Ecology and Management
Geography
Integrated Science
Mathematics and Statistics
Natural Resources Management
Outdoor Recreation and Conservation
Physics
Psychology
Wildlife and Fisheries
Chemistry / Computer Science
Chemistry / Mathematics
Chemistry / Physics
Computer Science / Mathematics
Computer Science / Physics
Economics / Mathematics
Mathematics / Physics

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Northern Collaborative Baccalaureate Nursing
Post-Diploma Baccalaureate Nursing

Bachelor of Planning

First Nations Planning
Natural Resources Planning
Northern and Rural Community Planning

Bachelor of Social Work

Child Welfare Specialization
First Nations Specialization
Northern Medical Program
Global Environmental Change
International Development Studies
Philosophy
Russian Studies

Masters Degrees

Business Administration (MBA)
Business Administration (MSc)
Development Economics (MA)
Disability Management (MA)
Education (MEd)
English (MA)
First Nations Studies (MA)
Gender Studies (MA)
Health Sciences (MSc)
History (MA)
Integrated Wood Design (MEng)
Interdisciplinary Studies (MA) (MSc)
International Studies (MA)
Mathematical, Computer, Physical & Molecular Sciences (MSc)
Natural Resources & Environmental Studies (MA)
Natural Resources & Environmental Studies (MNRES)
Natural Resources & Environmental Studies (MSc)
Nursing (MScN) (MScN: FNP)
Political Science (MA)
Psychology (MSc)
Social Work (MSW)

Doctorate Degrees

Health Sciences (PhD)
Natural Resources & Environmental Studies (PhD)
Psychology (PhD)

Graduate Certificates

Leading for Learning
Aboriginal Child and Youth Mental Health
Special Education

First Nations Diploma Programs

Aboriginal / Indigenous Health Sciences
First Nations Languages

Post-Baccalaureate Diplomas

Curriculum and Instructional Studies
Montessori Education

First Nation Certificate Programs

Aboriginal Community Resource Planning
Aboriginal / Indigenous Health and Healing
First Nations Languages
First Nations Public Administration
General First Nations Studies
Metis Studies
Nisga’a Studies
Traditional Ecological Knowledge

Nursing Certificate Program

Rural Nursing Certificate Program

Public Administration Certificate Program

Public Administration

Social Work Certificate Program

Graduate Aboriginal Child and Youth Mental Health
Child Welfare

English Language Studies Program

English Language Studies 10 (Low Intermediate)
English Language Studies 20 (Intermediate)
English Language Studies 30 (Upper Intermediate)
English Language Studies 40 (Advanced)
English Language Studies 50 (University Bridge)

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School Details

School Type:
Universities
School Program:
All Programs
Location:
British Columbia
Address:
3333 University Way, Prince George, BC Canada V2N 4Z9

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