What are some courses offered at Red River College?


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Courses offered by Red River College include the Lifespan Human Development course under its full-time nursing program and the Statistics course under its part-time accounting program. A community college in Manitoba, Canada, Red River College offers over 200 full-time and part-time certificate, diploma and joint-degree programs across eight campuses.

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Red River College has more than 100 full-time day programs. These are organized under the broader groupings of Academic Preparation and Essential Skills, Business, Community Services, Computer and Information Systems Technology, Creative Arts and other groupings. Full-time programs within Red River College's program groupings include Applied Chemistry, Building Design Technology, Culinary Arts, Early Childhood Education, and Hospitality and Tourism Management. Some examples of courses under these programs are Environmental Chemistry/Toxicology; Play, Environments and Curriculum 1; and Architectural Detailing.

Red River College offers 15 full-time and over 100 part-time continuing education programs under the same broad groupings as the day programs, with the exception of the Academic Preparation and Essential Skills and Indigenous Education groupings and the inclusion of an Information Technology and Professional Studies grouping. These programs are available in distance- and classroom-learning formats. Some examples of courses under the continuing education program are Menu Planning, Collection Development and Acquisitions, and Visual Basic .NET 1.

Additionally, Red River College offers youth-oriented engineering programs throughout the year. Some examples include the Technology Exploration Camp and Saturday Kids Kamps.

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