Criminal Social Justice
This Arts-based education is offered only at the Penticton campus and includes criminal and social justice-related courses in sociology, psychology and political science. Some fields of inquiry may include Indigenous studies, gender studies, race and ethnicity, globalization, and poverty.
Sustainable Construction Management Technology
Based at the Jim Pattison Centre of Excellence, this forward-thinking program was designed to enable, empower and inspire a generation of construction managers and technologies to deliver true sustainable development.
Study the art and science of human movement. Students learn principles, theories and practices in the areas of health and wellness, sport sociology, sport psychology, motor learning, biomechanics, exercise physiology, motor development, and human anatomy and physiology.
Wine and Viticulture
Developed with wine industry experts and specifically designed to serve regional economic needs, these programs offer students hands-on experience in B.C.’s wine country learning from seasoned veterans currently working in the industry.