Lower mainland students wanting to learn in a safe, culturally familiar, and culturally supportive environment can now pursue post-secondary studies at the NVIT Vancouver campus. On-campus Elders, programming that incorporates Aboriginal ways of knowing into the curriculum and quality Aboriginal faculty make NVIT unique among BC public post-secondary institutes. Our Vancouver Campus offers a two-year Associate Degrees in General Arts, First Nation Studies and Criminology and a Bachelor of Social Work Degree.
Vancouver is a dynamic metropolitan area in the heart of the lower mainland. Although located in the city, the NVIT- Vancouver Campus feels like its own village, surrounded by nature allowing for an environment of learning amidst the bustle of city life. Apply now!
Program offerings at the NVIT-Vancouver campus
Associate of Arts - Criminology
Associate of Arts - General Arts
Bachelor of Social Work
Chemical Addictions Worker
2015 Fall Schedule
2016 Spring Schedule
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