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Think you can't get a degree at a community college?  Think again. We have a number of degree options for you to choose from, including Business, Nursing, Arts and Science, and Education.

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Pursuing His Dreams

Braeden Logan has a long history with College of the Rockies. He completed his diploma in Tourism and Recreation Management as well as an Environmental Science certificate here. Learn more about Braeden.

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Is College of the Rockies Right for You?

We offer a comprehensive mix of vocational, trades, career technical and academic programs and services, for full-time or part-time study. Not close to one of our campuses? No problem. We have hundreds of classes you can take online.  

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Become an Electrician

Looking for a high-voltage occupation?

A career installing, maintaining and repairing electrical wiring and systems in construction and industrial settings might be the right fit for you. Start with the 24-week foundation program before moving on to the apprenticeship level to obtain your Red Seal certification.

> Explore our Electrical programs

University Studies Program

Looking to earn a university degree? With no waitlists and affordable tuition, we offer students a wide variety of arts and science courses that are transferable to most universities in Western Canada. Some of our transfer programs include: Engineering, Pre-Commerce, Science, Pre-Education and much more.

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Explore Our Timber Framing Program

Under the guidance of master timber framing instructor Joe Gex-Collet, this program includes practical hands-on experience supplemented with computer and classroom instruction. The next intake for our 13-week Timber Framing Program is January 2018.

> Learn more about our Timber Framing Program