Monday, January 26, 2015
NWCC features Applied Coastal Ecology program in You Tube presentation
One of the highly acclaimed educational offerings at Northwest Community College is the Applied Coastal Ecology program, based out of the the Prince Rupert campus, the program attracts students from the across the Northwest, as well as from other parts of Canada.
The program is designed to prepare graduates for careers in a number of occupations such as; coastal natural resources management, ecosystem restoration, environmental monitoring, as well as a number of other employment opportunities.
This month NWCC is launching a media campaign to raise awareness about the options available through the Prince Rupert course.
To help prospective students gain a better understanding of the program, NWCC has put together a video overview of the program for its You Tube page.
As part of the review, NWCC student Melissa Rektor gives a snapshot when it comes to what she hopes to gain from the program.
The two year program provides a certificate after one year of study and a diploma after year two. The Applied Coastal Ecology program features two intakes, one in September and the second in January.
You can review some of the program background here, the thirty second visual presentation of what NWCC has to offer can be found below:
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