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Accounting ACCT
Anthropology ANTH
Applied Business Technology ABT
Applied Business Technology - Online ABTO
Arborist Technician ARBT
Archaeology ARCH
Art and Art History ART
Arts & Science Work Experience ASDP
Asia-Pacific Studies ASIA
Associate Degree Work Experience ASDG
Astronomy ASTR
Athletic and Exercise Therapy AET

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Biology BIOL
Building Employment Success for Tomorrow (BEST) BEST
Business BUS

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Career Preparation Skills CPS CAM
Certified Dental Assistant CDA
Chemistry CHEM
Chinese CHIN
Civil Engineering CIVL
Comics and Graphic Novels VIST
Communication Studies CMNS
Community, Family & Child Studies CFCS
Community Support & Education Assistant CSEA
Computer Science COMP
Co-operative Education COOP
Creative Writing CRWR
Criminal Justice CRIM

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Dental Hygiene DHYG
Digital Media DIME

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Early Learning & Care ELC
Economics ECON
Electronics ELEX
Employment Training and Preparation (ETP) ETP
Engineering ENGR
English ENGL
English Language Development (ESL) ELD
English Language for the Workplace—e-Work EWRK
Environmental Technology ENVR
Essential Skills ABES
Exercise and Wellness EXW
Explorations in Technology (TEAC 105)
dual-credit for high school students
TEAC

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Finance FIN
Film Studies FILM
Fine Furniture FURN
French FREN

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General Education Development Preparation (GED Prep) GED
Gender, Sexuality, Women's Studies GSWS
Geography GEOG
Geoscience GEOS
Global Studies GBST
Golf Management GOLF

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Health HLTH
Health Care Assistant HCA
History HIST
Horticulture HORT
Hospitality Management HMGT
Human Resource Management & Leadership HRML
Humanities Includes: CHIN, FREN, GBST, HIST, JAPN, KORE, PHIL, REL, SPAN

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Indigenous Business Leadership IBL
Indigenous Family Support IFS
Indigenous Studies IST
Interdisciplinary Studies IDS
International Education Study Abroad IESA
Interprofessional Mental Health & Addictions IMHA

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Japanese JAPN
Jazz Studies JAZZ

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Korean KORE

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L

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Leadership Development Leadership Development
Learning Skills LRNS
Legal LGL

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Marketing MARK
Mathematics and Statistics MATH
Mechanical Engineering MECH
Medical Radiography MRAD
Mental Health & Addictions MHA
Music MUS
Music Foundations MUSF
Music Technology MTEC

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Nautical Training NAUT
Nursing NURS

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Philosophy PHIL
Physics PHYS
Plumbing & Pipe Trades PIPE
Political Science PSC
Practical Nursing PNUR
Psychology PSYC
Public Administration PADM

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Religion REL
Refrigeration & Air Conditioning REFG

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Science SCI
Sheet Metal & Metal Fabrication SMFB
Social Science - Service Learning SOSC
Social Sciences Includes: ANTH, ASIA, GEOG, GSWS, PSC, SOSC, SOCW, SOC
Social Work SOCW
Sociology SOC
Software Engineering SENG
Spanish SPAN
Sport and Exercise SPEX
Sport & Fitness Leadership SFL
Sport Management SPMA
Sport Performance SPP

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Subject information Course descriptions
TEAC 105 (Explorations in Technology)
dual-credit for high school students
TEAC
Technology TECN
Tourism Management TMGT
Trades Skills Foundation CORE

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Program
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Course
A course covers one subject, such as Math 108 Applied Calculus or History 206 Canadian Women: 1916-Present.
University Transfer Course
A University Transfer (UT) course is a course that transfers to at least one research university listed on the BC Transfer Guide.
Co-operative Education
Co-operative Education is a learning model that allows you to gain work experience in your chosen field while enrolled in your academic program.

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Abbreviation and Number
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Name
The descriptive name of the course, such as Academic Writing Strategies.
Credits
Credit values are based on hours per week.
Prerequisites
Courses you need to take before registration into your desired course.
Corequisites
Courses you need to take at the same time as your desired course.
Pre or Corequisites
Courses you need to take either at the same time, or before, your desired course.
Assessment
Students are admitted into college programs and courses based on their previous educational background and experience. If your high school transcripts are dated, or if you do not have any transcripts, you will need to take an assessment of your current skills before registering. The results from the assessment will indicate where to start for success. Learn more.

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