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(Updated as of Apr 21, 2020)
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(Updated as of Apr 21, 2020)
Okanagan College is located in the Southern Interior of British Columbia, in a region that covers 37,750 square kilometres, and extends from Osoyoos and Princeton in the south and west to Mica Creek and Revelstoke in the north and east. It’s home to some of the best golfing and skiing in the province, as well as outstanding wineries, and luscious fruit from historic farms and orchards dating back more than 100 years.
OKANAGAN COLLEGE has a total of 175 programs offered.
Each of the campuses and smaller centres reflect this diversity through programming and connections to the local communities.
Surrounded by spectacular mountain scenery, a world of fresh air, and small town friendliness, Okanagan College's Revelstoke Centre offers a dynamic, exciting learning environment for adults of all ages. Whether you are considering new career opportunities, a university degree, further development of academic skills, or general interest opportunities, you can take the first steps at Revelstoke Centre.
Okanagan College’s Salmon Arm campus offers a variety of programs and courses, including university transfer courses, certificate programs, trades training and professional development and leisure courses through Continuing Studies.
The community of Salmon Arm is rich with the flavours and textures of a thriving creative community. Firmly rooted to the land and the area has become known for its active agricultural community, its dedication to music through well-established events, as well as being a place for summertime water sports and house boating on Shuswap Lake’s 1,000-km of shoreline.
The Kelowna campus is the largest campus in Okanagan College, offering full four-year degree programs, trades and apprenticeship training, as well as certificates, and university transfer programs.Kelowna is the third largest city in B.C. outside the Lower Mainland. Only a four-hour drive away from Vancouver, Kelowna and the surrounding area is the economic driver and health care centre of the Okanagan.
Recognized worldwide for the fruit from its lush orchards, today the city is a major player in the fields of technology and business.
At the Penticton campus, students can take a variety of programs and courses, including university transfer courses, certificate programs, trades training and professional development through Continuing Studies. The community is also immersed in the B.C. wine industry, with the luscious Naramata Bench on its doorstep. From cycling to windsurfing, skiing to touring, it’s a place to test personal endurance, creativity and resilience of all sorts.
The Oliver Learning Centre offers a wide variety of programs ranging from vocational to professional development and general interest.
The town of Oliver is located in the heart of B.C.’s wine industry. More than a dozen award-winning wineries are here, stretching from Okanagan Falls to the north, down to Osoyoos located on the U.S. border. The region is also home to the one of the most entrepreneurial First Nations bands in the country. and Canada’s only desert, providing the area with an informed population when it comes to environmental concerns.
Choosing the right program can help you set your future goals and visualize where you want to be. Whether you want to be an engineer, a teacher, an accountant, or you want to level up in your profession, making yourself informed with the right choices will surely back you up in the future. Are you ready to map your career with Okanagan College? Make the best decision in choosing the right path for you, click through the list of programs offered by Okanagan College below: