Douglas College


Location

New Westminster BC

1 year from

$17,400 CAD

Full-time students

25,000

Foundation year

1970


Founded in 1970, Douglas College is the largest degree-granting college in British Columbia, Canada, educating close to 25,000 students per year. The College has two major campuses in Metro Vancouver (New Westminster and Coquitlam) as well as several smaller training centres in Surrey, Burnaby and Maple Ridge. With both main campuses directly on SkyTrain lines, Douglas is one of the most accessible post-secondary institutions in Metro Vancouver, drawing students from across the region. Douglas offers the most bachelor’s degrees and post-degree programs of any college in B.C., and is noted for combining the academic foundations of a university with the career-ready skills of a college. Each year, close to 17,000 students (including 4,210 international students from over 92 countries) take for-credit courses at Douglas. Because of the college’s strong academic base, the majority of these for-credit courses transfer to different research universities in B.C. and across Canada, providing students with flexible pathways to reach their academic goals. Douglas also offers hundreds of short-term, high-quality non-credit courses, programs and workshops to around 8,500 students through Continuing Education and The Training Group, in areas such as business, music, health, perinatal, career development, industry training and more. Over 960 experienced, teaching-focused faculty bring both academic rigor and real-world experience to the classroom at Douglas. Outside the classroom, over 900 other employees work together to create a friendly, inspiring, supportive and respectful environment.

Douglas College Programs

Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting and Finance
Accounting Studies
Anthropology
Applied Criminology
Applied Psychology
Associate of Arts Degree – General
Associate of Science Degree – General
Basic Musicianship
Biology
Business Law
Business Management – Business Administration
Business Management – General Business
Chemistry
Child and Youth Care
Commerce and Business Administration
Communications
Communications
Computer and Information Systems, Data Analytics
Computer and Information Systems, Emerging Technology
Computing Studies and Information Systems
Creative Writing
Criminal Justice Studies
Criminology
Criminology
Dispensing Opticianry
Economics
Engineering and Fabrication Technologies
Engineering Foundations
English
Environmental Science
Environmental Studies
Finance
Financial Analysis
Financial Planning
Financial Services
Financial Services Management
Foundation for Music Therapy Studies
Future Professional Pilots
Gender, Sexualities and Women's Studies
General Business
General Studies
Geography
Geological Resources
Geology
Global Banking and Economics
Health Information Management
Hearing Instrument Practitioner
History
Hospitality Management
Hospitality Management
Hospitality Marketing
Hospitality Services Management
Information and Communication Technology
Intercultural and International Studies
International Business Management
International Supply Chain Management
Legal Studies
Liberal Arts
Management - NEW!
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Mathematics
Mathematics
Modern Languages
Music
Music
Music Technology
Performing and Fine Arts
Performing and Fine Arts
Performing Arts (Joint Program w Capilano University)
Philosophy
Political Science
Professional Communication
Project Management
Psychology
Sales
Science and Technology
Sociology
Sport Science
Stagecraft and Event Technology
Supply Chain Management
Theatre
Theatre