Arts, Science and Business information sessions - Vernon campus


Join us at the Vernon campus, 7000 College Way, for program information sessions.


Business Administration
6 p.m. in Room D314

Did you know: 97 per cent of Okanagan College Business graduates are employed within six months of graduation? Learn about the advantages of taking your business degree, diploma or certificate at OC. We’ll tell you about the specialization options students can choose from and the types of jobs they lead to, study abroad and co-op opportunities, and the employers who hire OC graduates.

Science University Studies
6 p.m. in Room D345

Uncover the physical and material world through observation, calculation and experimentation in our Science Programs. Explore courses like biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, statistics, physics and astronomy then transfer to university. OC Vernon offers students the Associate of Science degree program and every credit you earn at OC is fully transferrable to universities across B.C. and beyond.

Arts University Studies
7 p.m. in Room D223
What does it mean to study Arts? It means to study the world – to understand critical issues facing the world yesterday and today: the environment, politics, race, class, poverty, gender and inequality. This session will include details of the Writing and Publishing Diploma and the opportunities available for hands-on learning in the program. Whatever kind of student you are, wherever you plan to go, we can help you get there. OC offers certificate, diploma and associate degree programs made up from 23 subject areas, and every credit you earn at OC is fully transferrable to universities across B.C. and beyond. We also offer a new Applied Bachelor of Arts degree program.

Additional details

  • Apply to any of these programs at the event for free
  • All attendees can enter to win a $500 tuition voucher
  • Parking is free
  • No registration required


Tawnya Cameron at tcameron@okanagan.bc.ca or 250-545-7291 ext 2309 for more information.

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