Douglas College is a public, postsecondary institution in British Columbia, a westernmost province of Canada. Douglas College in British Columbia was founded in 1970, it serves some 16,000 credit students, 8,500 continuing education students and 3,000 international students each year. The institutuion is named after the former British Columbia Governor, Sir James Douglas, and the David Lam campus is named after the 25th Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia. The New Westminster and the David Lam Campus in Coquitlam are the two campuses the Institution has. Douglas College offers a Comprehensive University Transfer Program with universities in British Columbia, as well as at other institutions around the world.
Program Offered At Douglas College In British Columbia, Canada
The Douglas institution offers 11 bachelor’s degrees:
- Psychiatric Nursing
- Therapeutic Recreation
- Business Administration
- Physical Education and Coaching
- Performing Arts
- Child and Youth Care;
- Applied Psychology
- Social Work
Location Of Douglas College
Douglas main campus is located at a 30-minute drive from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
New Westminster Campus
700 Royal Ave., New Westminster, BC
1 block from New Westminster SkyTrain station
1250 Pinetree Way
1 kilometre north of Coquitlam Centre mall
Tuition At Douglas College
Fees indicated are in Canadian Dollars (CAD).
Fees are for a one (1) year program.
Tuition fees and other cost are subject to change without prior notice.
Room and board costs are estimated based on homestay rates. Costs for other room and board options may vary widely.
Textbook costs are estimated based on average costs and will vary from course to course each year.