Upcoming courses available in Ross River

This 27 hour course is designed to prepare you to write your Environmental Operators Certification Program (EOCP) exam for Water Treatment Level 1 or 2. You will go at your own pace through online modules and you will have access to an instructor to answer any questions you may have.

In this course, students explore the written and oral skills needed to communicate in diverse organizational and cultural contexts.

The goal of COMP 161 is for students to become independent and effective computer application users, in both their current studies and future careers. The course will provide students with hands-on interaction with common applications for analysis and problem-solving.

This course provides students with a basic understanding of various theories of child development relevant to facilitating growth and development of the whole child during the first six years of life.

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 critical reading, critical thinking, and academic writing through the study and application of the principles of university-level discourse.

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

Students examine a number of persistent themes and dilemmas expressed in contemporary environmental thinking. Selected readings help students develop an appreciation of historic and cultural perspectives as they relate to environmental thought.

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 is a first course in Statistics. The objective of the course is for students to gain a good intuitive understanding of statistical principles and methods.

This course introduces the theory behind mass media communication. Students will explore successful communication strategies and develop the theoretical foundation needed to understand mass media communication and to conduct effective communications research in the real world.

Supportive distance learning in Ross River

Distance learning, or online learning, provides students with access to class instruction over the Internet, rather than in a classroom.

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Kitty Sperling

Instructor/Coordinator Ross River (Dena Cho Kanadi)

Community Education and Development - Northern

Yasmine Djabri Cerutti

Coordinator/Tutor Ross River Campus

Community Education and Development - Northern

Campus hours & location

Monday to Friday
9:00am - 5:00pm

Box 102, 302 Ross River Avenue
Ross River, Y0B 1S0


In 1996, Ross River Elders gave the campus its Kaska name Dene Cho Kê’endį, which translates as “big people learning.”

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