Join us Nov 15 for a special, All-You-Can-Eat Buffet in the newly renovated Campbell River Bistro, hosted by NIC Tourism & Hospitality Management students.
ABT-182 enables the student to develop skills in the correct use, spelling and pronunciation of medical terms and abbreviations.
2019 Artist Talk Series:Thursday Oct 24, 6 - 7 pm, Stan Hagen Theatre, CV Campus
Earn your undergraduate degree close to home. Take up to two years of classes at NIC before completing your Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science at VIU. Develop university-level research skills in NIC's discussion friendly classes, pay less tuition and qualify for entrance awards at both institutions.
Train on Vancouver Island to become an adventure guide and gain the skills to own or operate an adventure tourism business. Develop essential knowledge to work across cultures, with consideration towards environmental sustainability and risk management.
NIC’s fully transferable English, math, science, humanities and social science courses will equip you for success. After completing eight or more eligible transfer courses with a 2.0 GPA or higher, you will be eligible for entrance to select UVic programs with full credit for your NIC coursework.
Studies the role of the management accountant, cost concepts and terminology, cost flows, cost allocation, job and process costing, service departments, standard costs and variances, joint products, relevant costs and pricing.
Students will learn basic conversation, structure, and pronunciation in a Kwak'wala language immersion setting with a focus on listening and speaking. The units cover a wide variety of themes including greetings, social interaction, household activities, community, environment, wildlife, food harvesting and preparation and cultural activities. Combined, these encompass our way of life, as Kwakwaka'wakw, and give insight on how our language is essential to who we are.
This course is designed to introduce the learner to the skills necessary to be successful in the online learning environment. Students are encouraged to enroll in this course to find out if online learning is for them. This course is also the prerequisite or co-requisite for all other online Applied Business Technology courses.
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Faculty, Aquaculture, Trades & Apprenticeships
Faculty, Humanities & Social Sciences
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