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Programs and Courses in Penticton
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Program Highlights

Centre Of Excellence

Sustainable Construction Management Technology

Sustainable Construction Management Technology is a unique two-year program offered by Okanagan College exclusively at its Penticton campus. Students are introduced to new and emerging technologies and gain an in-depth knowledge of construction industry management practices through streams that include sustainability studies, core studies, building studies, commercial studies and project planning.

This is a forward-thinking program designed to enable, empower and inspire the emerging generation of construction managers and technologists to deliver true sustainable development. With an eye to lean and green building principles, a sustainable construction manager organizes and supervises large infrastructure building projects, including sourcing materials, budgeting, scheduling and managing safety procedures and protocols, in ways that minimize the impact of the project on the environment and maximize its energy efficiency.


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Carpenter Foundation

Build your career as a carpenter. Okanagan College is currently accepting applications for the February 2018 intake. Apply today!

Complete your Level 1 Carpentry Apprenticeship Training. Gain experience working on real-world job-sites. Get out in the community and work on interesting projects. 

Okanagan College's Penticton campus offers a wide array of Trades Foundation and Apprenticeship programs. Explore all Trades programs offered in Penticton here. Funding may be available - contact us for more information.

Adult Basic Education

Get the skills you need for academic and career success at Okanagan College. Finish high-school, improve your literacy skills, upgrade for admission to college studies. High school courses at the fundamental (up to Grade 10) and intermediate levels (Grades 11 & 12) are offered in a variety of flexible learning formats throughout the year at the Penticton campus.

*Tuition is free for domestic students and funding opportunities are available. Learn more here.


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Business Administration - Certificate, Diploma and Degree*

The Okanagan School of Business offers students practical and applied business education to prepare them for employment in the workplace. Each credential provides students with an understanding of business practices. With the experience and skills learned in the classroom, students will be able to progress to roles in several business areas.

* Years 1, and 2 of the BBA can be completed on the Penticton campus

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Associate of Arts  

The Associate of Arts Degree is granted upon completion of 60 credits of prescribed study. Students with an Associate of Arts Degree if admitted to BC universities are guaranteed full transfer credit (60 credits) for the work done for their Associate Degree.

In Arts Okanagan College, students can take courses in several areas of study, such as: Anthropology, Communications, Criminal and Social Justice, Earth and Environmental Studies, Economics, English, History, Geography, Interdisciplinary Studies, Modern Languages, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology and Women’s Studies.

Diplomas are also offered in Criminal Social Justice, Environmental Studies and General Studies on the Penticton campus. 


Associate of Science

The Associate of Science degree is a provincial credential offered by many institutions in the BC Transfer System. The associate degree provides an educational experience that prepares students for life as an educated person, and lays a solid foundation for further study.

The associate degree curriculum consists of two years of university-level study in a variety of academic areas, such as Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth and Environmental Studies, Geography, Mathematics, Physics and Statistic.

Diplomas are also offered in Human Kinetics and the first year of Computer Information Studies on the Penticton campus.



Office Assistant Certificate

The Office Assistant Program is a 17-week program for students who have no prior business education or experience. Students in the OAC program learn essential business skills such as business English, business correspondence, computer essentials, Internet, office procedures, word processing, business math, and spreadsheets. 

Graduates of the OAC program will be employed as receptionists and office assistants in business of all types and sizes.



Penticton Campus Events 

Speaker Series
"Dam Safety in B.C."

Presented by: Mike Noseworthy
Monday, Nov. 27 at 7 p.m.

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Winter Orientation Events
Join us for these free campus events throughout the month of January




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Penticton Campus 
583 Duncan Ave West  
Penticton, BC 
V2A 8E1 
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13211 Henry St
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339 Fairview Rd
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