The Masters of Education Program is designed to provide, within the NWT, an opportunity for Aboriginal and Northern professionals to earn a graduate degree, focusing on Educational Administration, through part-time study. The goal is to provide a culturally relevant, educationally beneficial graduate degree for individuals across the NWT. The Masters of Education Program is delivered in partnership with the University of Saskatchewan (U of S). Contact the School of Education at 867-872-7532 for more information. (Updated: March 10, 2009)
Newly updated program!
The Aurora College Environment and Natural Resources Technology Program (ENRTP) can prepare you for a great career working as a resource officer, an environmental technician or as an environmental manager. Courses cover wildlife management, environmental assessment, applied technology such as Geographic Information Systems, resource conservation and much more. ENRTP includes field camps with plenty of hands-on learning opportunities. To register for this program, call Aurora College Thebacha Campus toll-free at 1-866-266-4966. (Updated: February 24, 2009)
Aurora College Yellowknife/North Slave Campus is offering a Masters of Nursing (Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner Stream) Program in association Dalhousie University of Halifax, Nova Scotia. This 36-hour credit program prepares successful graduates to work as nurse practitioners in urban and rural/remote areas. Take your education to the next level with this exciting new learning opportunity. For more information, or to register for this program, please call us toll-free at 1-866-291-4866. (Updated: February 24, 2009)
Aurora College is now accepting applications for our fall 2009 delivery of the Business Administration Program (formerly Management Studies).
This is a general business program designed to prepare graduates for a career in business, government and non-profit organizations. This program is also for those already in the workforce who want to expand the opportunities open to them in their current fields. This program is delivered full time in Yellowknife and Fort Smith and full time in Inuvik as an evening delivery. For more information call toll-free to one of the numbers below:
Aurora Campus (Inuvik) – 1-866-287-2655
Thebacha Campus (Fort Smith) – 1-866-266-4966
Yellowknife/North Slave Campus – 1-866-291-4866
(Updated: February 24, 2009)
The Beaufort-Delta Region will host the Community Educator Preparation Program at Aurora Campus in Inuvik beginning in the fall of 2009. This program prepares students for entry into higher level college programming that allows successful students to graduate as qualified teachers in the NWT. Year two in 2010 will offer the Teacher Education Access program and the Aboriginal Language and Cultural instructor Access Program, and year three in 2011 will see successful students move on to the full Teacher Education Diploma Program and Aboriginal Language and Cultural instructor Diploma Program. For more information on this exciting learning opportunity, please contact Aurora Campus toll-free at 1-866-287-2655.(Updated: February 24, 2009)
Aurora College is offering the Social Work Diploma Program at our Yellowknife/North Slave Campus.
This program gives graduates a sound basic foundation in counselling skills and professional values as well as an understanding of theoretical models related to human social problems, social systems and intervention methods. Successful students will be prepared to work in the Social Work profession within the Northwest Territories. To register for this program, please contact Yellowknife/North Slave Campus toll-free at 1-866-291-4866. (Updated: February 24, 2009)