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!
2014 Spring course offering schedule
Program offerings at the NVIT-Vancouver campus
Associate of Arts - Criminology
Associate of Arts - General Arts
Bachelor of Social Work
Chemical Addictions Worker
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