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Yukon College offers a wide range of academic upgrading, career training, and university transfer programs. One of the more notable offerings is the Yukon Native Teacher Education Program, a 4-year Bachelor of Education degree which is taught within the unique cultural and linguistic context of Yukon. The College also provides credit and non-credit professional development programs in Business, Health and Human Services, and Trades and Technology designed to help students gain employment or achieve their respective professional goals. Additionally, the College has a wide array of 1st- and 2nd- year Arts and Humanities courses leading to a 1-year Certificate or 2-year Diploma of Arts, and whose credits may be transferred towards a degree at universities in Alaska or across Canada. Moreover, the First Nations Initiatives program is designed to meet the needs of Yukon’s First Nations.
: Yukon College’s primary goal is to offer courses and programs reflecting the unique culture, history, and economic-base of Yukon. The College’s main campus is in Whitehorse 12 subsidiary campuses are spread throughout Yukon; furthermore, the College has lower than average tuition fees.