Academic Charts

College of Arts, Social and Health Sciences
The College of Arts, Social and Health Sciences (CASHS) includes the following Programs: Anthropology, Community Health Science, Disability Management, Economics, Education, English, First Nations Studies, Integrated Analytical Skills and Knowledge, Gender Studies, Health Sciences, History, International Studies, Northern Studies, Nursing, Political Science, Psychology, Social Work, and Women’s Studies. Through its teaching, research and service, the College actively promotes an understanding and appreciation of humanity, and the development of human resources in northern British Columbia. The College links northern BC to the world, and the world to northern BC. It is concerned with people, health, culture and values, and is committed to enhancing opportunities for individuals, building stronger, healthier communities, and improving quality of life.

College of Science and Management
The College of Science and Management (CSAM) includes the following: BA degree with majors in: Anthropology and Geography, Geography, Environmental Studies, English and Environmental Studies, Environmental Studies and Political Science, Nature-Based Tourism Management, and Public Administration and Community Development; BASc degree with a major in: Environmental Engineering; BComm degree with majors in: Accounting, Finance, General Business, Human Resources Management, International Business, and Marketing; BPl degree with three environmental planning majors: First Nations Planning, Natural Resources Planning, Northern and Rural Community Planning; BSc (Integrated); BSc degree with majors in: Biology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Chemistry and Computer Science, Chemistry and Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics, Computer Science, Computer Science and Mathematics, Computer Science and Physics, Economics and Mathematics, Environmental Science, Geography, Mathematics, Mathematics and Physics, Natural Resource Management (Forest Ecology and Management), Natural Resource Management (Outdoor Recreation and Conservation), Natural Resource Management (Wildlife and Fisheries), and Physics.

Through research, teaching and outreach, the College aims to integrate the sciences, business administration, and management of natural resources and environments in ways that are recognized internationally for their roots in traditional and basic knowledge, their value to rural and remote communities, citizens and industries, and their global pertinence.