Certificates & Advanced Certificates
Looking to get your career started in under a year while also working towards a degree? A certificate or an advanced certificate program may be right for you. These quick two-semester (one academic year of September to April) programs will get you trained and ready to begin a future in your chosen field.
Browse through each one and then meet with a Selkirk College counselor to find out everything you need to know about these programs.
Our two-year diplomas give you an opportunity to get familiar with your chosen subject before graduation and work towards further education. Designed with flexibility in mind, you will work towards your diploma with a mix of required and elective courses.
Select Your Diploma
Meet with one of our academic counsellors today to start planning your future.
Whether you’re looking to get your career started in a quick two years or create a solid base for further education, an associate degree is a great place to do both. You will only have to commit two years to get this formally established credential recognized across BC, designed to give you the first two years of a four-year bachelor’s degree. In addition, by graduating with an associate degree you will get priority enrolment and special transfer credit at many public BC post-secondary schools.
Love Where you Learn
Earn your degree while enjoying everything the Kootenay / Boundary lifestyle has to offer. Discover your interests and take your pick from any one of our associate degree programs to get started on your future today.
Our programs are designed to transfer to participating post-secondary institutions. Have questions? Our academic counsellors can help you find the right answers.
What You Will Get
60 transferable credits (approximately 20 courses)
A Selkirk associate degree designation
Eligibility for direct third-year transfer into bachelor degree programs at participating institutions
Career-ready critical thinking skills
Tailor Your Degree
An associate degree gives you flexibility to pursue your own educational goals while completing the first- and second-year university transfer course requirements for your intended major through one of our specialized associate degrees below. If you are not sure of your eventual major, you can take courses to complete an Arts or Science General Associate degree.
To make sure your course selections meet the Associate degree graduation and transfer requirements, visit the BC Transfer Guide online and then speak with one of our academic counsellors.
Associate degrees offered at Selkirk College: