General Studies FNMI Career Pathways
Catch your dreams at Lethbridge College
Get started on the path to help you realize your career goals with our one-year FNMI Career Pathways program. This program is designed to better prepare FNMI students who wish to enter Lethbridge College programs, by engaging learners in a curriculum that is a combination of required post-secondary courses and courses from a selection of Lethbridge College programs.
This program will prepare students for full-time studies in their choice of a number of Lethbridge College program areas including:
- Agriculture Sciences,
- Business Administration,
- Child and Youth Care,
- Computer Information Technology,
- Early Childhood Education,
- General Studies (University Transfer),
- Digital Communications and Media,
- Multimedia Production,
- Natural Resource Compliance,
- Criminal Justice Policing and Correctional Studies,
- and a General Interest stream.
The curriculum is designed to assist students to further develop their writing and information literacy skills, ensuring students have the skills necessary for success in post-secondary studies. This program will also foster cultural awareness through a set curriculum that includes coursework in Canadian Aboriginal culture and college success. Students entering this program will be provided with additional supports from FNMI Services and will work with Academic Advising in completing Academic Success Plans.
This is a 24-credit, 8-month (two semesters) college program serving FNMI students who want to enhance their opportunities for success, and sample from a variety of program offerings. The curriculum consists of a total of eight courses preparing students for success and admission into their choice of Lethbridge College programs identified in the certificate.
In the first semester, students will work as part of a group with courses focusing on further enhancing students’ abilities in writing, college success, psychology and life, and cultural awareness. In the second semester, students will focus on courses from one of a number of distinct “streams” associated with a diploma program or enroll in a general interest collection of courses in which they can experience topics from multiple program areas.
Successful completion of this program may qualify students for admission into other Lethbridge College programs. Please consult specific program admission requirements.
Students who successfully complete the program with a minimum GPA of 1.5 will be awarded a Lethbridge College certificate and will be awarded guaranteed placement in the related diploma program for the following fall semester. It is strongly recommended that students contact the FNMI academic advisor for application information.
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