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Aboriginal/Indigenous Health and Healing Certificate


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Intake
  • Fall
  • Winter

  • Location
    Prince George Campus
  • Campuses
    Prince George

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  • Length
    10 Courses (30 Credits)
  • Tuition Estimate
    $6005 Total
  • Book & Supplies Cost Estimates
    $1800 Total
  • Credential Granted
    • Certificate
    • University Course Transfer

This program may be of special interest to Aboriginal students.

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Application Deadline Advice

Early applications are accepted up to one year in advance of the intended start date. The application deadline for students is March 1 for September and May entry and November 1 for the January intake. Admission deadlines are subject to change and are often extended.

Application Fee: $35.70

Academic

  • general UNBC undergraduate admission requirements apply
  • establish your course of study with approval from the Chair of First Nations Studies.
Admission Advice

To determine all the ways you can be admitted, please refer to the Institute Admission Requirement for UNBC in Education Planner.

English Language Requirements

Summary
If English is not your first language, you must meet one of the following (minimum score):

  • Completed five consecutive years of education in English immediately before admission
  • A 70% grade in English 12 or equivalent in the BC secondary system
  • A 75% (B) grade in a university transferable English course
  • A 2.00 (C ) grade in the UNBC English Language Studies 50 Component 1 and 2.
  • An internet based TOEFL score of 88 with a 20 in the Reading, Listening, Writing and Speaking components
  • An IELTS score of 6.5 with no less than a 6.0 in any of the four modules
  • A LPI score of 5
  • Comparable results to the TOEFL or IELTS requirements in any other recognized English Language Assessment

Verify with the institution directly

 

General Admission Requirements (All Students)

English Language Requirement - English is the primary language of instruction and communication at UNBC. If your first language is not English, you must be able to demonstrate an acceptable level of proficiency in the use of English to participate in classroom instruction and discussion as well as complete written assignments. See English Language Requirements for full details.

 

 

BC Secondary School (or equivalent)

Details on admission requirements for BC Secondary School graduates can be found here.

 

Out-of-Province

Details on admission requirements for students from other Canadian provinces are found here.

BC Transfer Student

For details on admission as a Transfer Student check here.

 

Out-of-Province Transfer Student

For details on admission as a Transfer Student check here.

Mature Student

For details on Mature Student admission check here.

International Student

For details on International Student admission check here.

Other Student (including Special Consideration)

Information for other Admission Categories is found here.

These categories include:

  • Mature Student Entry
  • Interest Only (ie-taking courses for credit but not a credential)
  • Special Entry
  • Audit Only (ie-taking courses but not for credit)
  • Studying at UNBC as a Visiting Student
  • Dual High School/University Credit

How to Apply

For details on How to Apply check here.

Block Transfer within UNBC

Graduates may advance to UNBC's Diploma in Aboriginal Health Sciences. They may also use the credits gained in the Diploma in Aboriginal Health Sciences towards undergraduate degree programs in areas such as Health Sciences, First Nations Studies, Anthropology, Environmental Studies, Community Health and Psychology. For full details contact a UNBC academic advisor.

Final Note: Minimum grade point average and other requirements may apply. All transfer requirements should be confirmed with advising personnel within the institution.

Training in a program like this one can lead to different careers. Related occupations are presented to show potential career options, not definite outcomes.

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