Funding: Workforce Innovation Centre
Area of Study: AcademicsOverview | Available Programs
Overview of Academics Programs:
The School of Academics offers courses/programs designed to improve access to post-secondary education/training and to strengthen fundamental skills required for the world of work. Within academics programming, there are opportunities to attain high school equivalency, make a successful transition from high school to post-secondary studies, attain first-year university equivalent credits, or study English as a Second Language.
Students completing Comprehensive Arts and Science (CAS) College Transition may choose to enter the world of work or pursue further studies in post-secondary programming.
Through Comprehensive Arts and Science (CAS) Transfer: College-University, students can pursue a suite of courses that will gain credit from CNA and Memorial University (MUN). Still, others may choose to increase language proficiency through English as a Second Language so as to participate effectively in Canadian culture, train in English speaking institutions, or work in environments where English is the primary spoken language.