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Here is a list of the Bachelor's degrees we offer at Douglas College. For more information, click the program links.
If you want to work in a field that allows you to specialize in current and emerging areas where psychology is being applied in the workplace, the Bachelor of Applied Psychology program is for you.
Complete a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Criminology and you will get the skills needed to work in the growing field of criminal justice, which includes law, policing, corrections and many other exciting careers.
Specialize in Financial Services & Administration or Accounting in this career-focused program. Grads enter careers in banking, accounting and financial management. Flexible schedules and part-time options available.
If you're working in human services or have already completed your diploma, upgrade skills and earn the degree needed for advanced positions in child and youth care. Part-time options available.
Enter a rewarding and in-demand career as a Registered Nurse. Douglas is a BC leader in Nursing education with the most advanced learning facilities anywhere.
This degree-completion pathway program is for people who want to be professional performing artists, arts managers, administrators or entrepreneurs.
Prepare for an active career as a PE teacher or community coach. Ideal for Sport Science diploma grads.
Registered Psychiatric Nurses are in high demand in mental health care. This program is a top BC choice for Psychiatric Nursing diploma grads seeking advancement in this field.
This program allows you to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Thompson Rivers University (TRU), an accredited public university, while taking up to 105 credits from Douglas College in the Lower Mainland. You’ll also take 15 online credits (5 courses) from TRU.
Get the training to advocate for social justice and help people from diverse age groups and populations resolve problems for a better quality of life. Two practicums give you hands-on work experience.
Promote health and improve the quality of life for people with disabilities through recreation and leisure activities. Learn how to develop, provide and administer recreational therapy programs in community and care settings.