New Brunswick Community College

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Coordinates: 45°57′41.48″N 66°39′13.69″W / 45.9615222°N 66.6538028°W / 45.9615222; -66.6538028

New Brunswick Community College
New Brunswick Community College logo.svg
Type public community college
Established 1974
Affiliation non-denominational
Academic staff
750 full-time & 80 part-time (including staff)[citation needed]
Students 4,000+ regular, 10,000+ continuing studies[citation needed]
Location Miramichi, Moncton, Fredericton (its head office[1]), Saint John, St. Andrews and Woodstock, New Brunswick, Canada
Campus Urban
Affiliations CCAA, ACCC, AUCC, CBIE
Website www.nbcc.ca
Former logo of the college

New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) is a community college located throughout various locations in New Brunswick, Canada including Moncton, Miramichi[2], Fredericton (its head office[1]), Saint John, St. Andrews, and Woodstock.

New Brunswick Community College provides over 90 programs, offered at six campuses as well as First Nations sites and regional delivery sites throughout the province of New Brunswick.

On May 29, 2010, New Brunswick Community College embarked on a self-governance model with the proclamation of the New Brunswick Community Colleges Act. The move established NBCC as an autonomous Crown Corporation whereby the President and CEO of the College reports to an elected Board of Governors.

Programs[edit]

New Brunswick Community College offers over 90 regular programs across 18 sectors and provides other training in many apprenticeable trades, to corporate clients, and to individuals through part-time courses.

New Brunswick Community College was one of the first colleges in North America to offer a program in video game design.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Government of New Brunswick,Attorney General,New Brunswick Community Colleges Act (S.N.B. 2010, c.N-4.05). (n.d.). Retrieved on 12 April 2015 from http://laws.gnb.ca/en/ShowTdm/cs/N-4.05//
  2. ^ a b "Learning the Ropes". Next Generation. No. 16. Imagine Media. April 1996. p. 46. 

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