Camosun College offers many flexible programs that give you the chance to explore your passion for English. As well, most college and university programs include at least one English course as a requirement.
|Academic Upgrading - Fundamental and Intermediate||Courses only or Certificate||In both upgrading levels, you can get the basics and upgrade your skills. Take one course or complete the courses needed for a certificate. Up to and including Grade 10 level.||varies||Access|
|Academic Upgrading - College Preparatory||Courses only||In College Prep, you can get ready for college and upgrade your skills. Take one course or complete the courses needed to obtain your BC Adult Graduation Diploma. Grade 11 and 12 level.||varies||Access|
|Arts and Science Studies||Diploma||For this diploma you'll need to complete 20 university transfer courses (60 credits). At least 14 courses must be offered by the School of Arts and Science. This gives you the flexibility and freedom to study courses of your choosing.||2 years||Arts & Science|
|Associate of Arts Degree in English||Associate Degree||A two-year, full-time program that will allow you to transfer to the third year of an English degree program at any university in British Columbia. You'll take courses with classmates whose goals and interests are similar to yours. When you graduate, you'll receive a credential that will be recognized by many employers and universities.||2 years||Arts & Science|
|English Language Development (ESL)||Certificate||You'll become more confident listening, speaking, reading and writing English. Offering eight levels of English as a Second Language (ESL) training and two certificates (Basic English, Academic English.||varies||Access|
|University Transfer||n/a||The UT program is highly customizable, offering up to two full years of transfer credit in more than 30 subject areas.||varies||Arts & Science|
|Various others|| |
Students in many other programs will also have the opportunity to take English courses as part of their program curriculum. Each Program web page includes a “What You’ll Learn” section with course lists for each academic term.