The Human Health (HH) program is designed for students to receive an Associates of Arts Degree in Indigenous Science with an emphasis in Human Health. The HH track explores health and society through Anishinaabeg perspectives. With a strong focus on psychology, math, chemistry, and more.
The Information Technology (IT) program is designed for students to receive an Associate of Arts Degree in Indigenous Science with an emphasis in IT. The IT track offers knowledge and experience in computer systems, programming, data management, computer forensics, and much more through classroom and co-curricular opportunities.
The program offers an industry-recognized curriculum providing the basic knowledge and skills in applied electrical theory; residential wiring, blueprint reading, construction safety, and The National Electrical Code. Students gain valuable electrical experience through coursework, lab instruction, and hands-on work.
The Liberal Education program is a two-year course of study designed intentionally as an exploration of and exposure to many disciplines, development of a wide breadth of understanding of liberal education and preparation for transfer to four-year institutions.
The program coursework will provide the student with a mix of technical and general education, theory and hands-on learning experiences. General areas of study include building codes, blueprint reading, estimating, site building-science layout, concrete, framing, and interior & exterior finish.
This program integrates building science applications for energy performance (Passivhaus, zero energy ready home-DOE, Energy Star Rated) and multidisciplinary approaches from ecology, agriculture, architecture and construction into a two-year program.