Upcoming courses available in Carcross

Introduces students to the landscape, peoples and issues of the region. It examines the geography, biological and physical systems of the Subarctic and Arctic, then turns to the aboriginal and contemporary peoples of the region.

This course is designed to help students develop the skills needed to perform basic mathematical operations quickly and accurately on the calculator, and to solve business mathematical problems.

In this course, students will develop foundational skills in the following areas: critical thinking and reading, writing and research, and speaking and listening.

Students will develop essential literary techniques and essay writing skills. Selected works of 20th Century Canadian authors will be studied.
Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade of B- in ENGL 050 or English 11 or suitable score in writing assessment with permission of instructor.

This course introduces students to academic writing, critical reading, and critical thinking through the study and application of the principles of university-level discourse.

Prerequisite(s): English 12 (min. 65%), ENGL 060 (min. B-), EAP 060 (min B-) or ENGL 101 (min. D)

This course introduces students to academic writing, critical reading, and critical thinking through the study and application of the principles of university-level discourse.

Prerequisite(s): English 12 (min. 65%), ENGL 060 (min. B-), EAP 060 (min B-) or ENGL 101 (min. D)

This course introduces students to four literary genres: short fiction, poetry, the novel, and drama. Students learn the fundamentals of university-level literary study and explore major themes suggested by the selected texts.

This course is a comparative survey of modern short stories. Emphasis will be on close critical reading of the genre. Students will explore narrative techniques, structure, voice and storytelling.

This course will be of interest to all northerners, but especially anyone interested in fisheries, wildlife, and land and resource management.

This course will be of interest to all northerners, but especially anyone interested in fisheries, wildlife, and land and resource management.

This course examines Yukon First Nations history, culture and governance. Topics covered include pre-contact cultures of Yukon, subsistence economies, social and political organizations, cultural expressions, and cultural protocols.

This course examines Yukon First Nations history, culture and governance. Topics covered include pre-contact cultures of Yukon, subsistence economies, social and political organizations, cultural expressions, and cultural protocols.

This course examines Yukon First Nations history, culture and governance. Topics covered include pre-contact cultures of Yukon, subsistence economies, social and political organizations, cultural expressions, and cultural protocols.

In this course students will learn about practical techniques of language documentation; the connection between language and culture; the use of archives in creating new language curriculum incorporating traditional stories, ecological knowledge, and/or family histories; and the techniques being

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Gisela Niedermeyer

Instructor/Coordinator, Carcross

Community Education and Development - Southern

Campus hours & location

Monday to Friday
8:30am - 4:30pm

Box 142
206 Tagish Avenue
Carcross, Y0B 1B0


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