Accounting

Accounting and Strategic Measurement Diploma

In 2019, about 29,900 Albertans were employed as accountants. If you have a problem-solving mindset and critical-thinking skills, take the first step toward joining them with an accounting diploma. Our grads are bookkeepers and accounting technicians—and have the option to pursue accounting degrees and professional designations.

Source: IAP 2019 Graduate Survey report; ALIS Alberta Occupations

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Bachelor of Child and Youth Care

Bachelor of Child and Youth Care

Of the over 15,000 social and community services workers in Alberta, many specialize in working with children, youth and their families to navigate mental health challenges, addiction, education, poverty, barriers to communication or family conflict. This critical role ensures that young people have a promising start to their futures.

Source: ALIS Alberta Occupations

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Bcom

Bachelor of Commerce

MacEwan Bachelor of Commerce grads are finding creative ways to put their degrees and skills to work, with grads reporting a 93% employment rate. They're building their career paths and making an impact in the business world in areas of study that include accounting, human resource management, international business and more.

Source: IAP 2019 Graduate Survey report

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Bachelor of Psychiatric Nursing

Bachelor of Psychiatric Nursing

With one in five Canadians experiencing mental illness or health problems, according to the Canadian Mental Health Association, we need psychiatric nurses more than ever. Specialize your nursing skills to make an impact in this profession—and in the lives of Canadians.

Source: ALIS Alberta Occupations

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Registered nurses play a critical role in hospitals, clinics and other care settings across the province. Ninety-five per cent of MacEwan’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing grads successfully pursue this demanding but rewarding career. If you have a mind for science and a heart for human connection, nursing might be the path for you.

Source: IAP 2019 Graduate Survey report

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Chemistry

Bachelor of Science, Chemistry Major

Majoring in chemistry is a practical choice – it provides you with the education you need to register for your designation as professional chemist (P.Chem.), preparing you to find a job in a variety of sectors, including oil and gas, food sciences, forensics, chemical testing, pharmaceutical, environmental protection, cosmetics production and much more.

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Correctional Services

Correctional Services Diploma

With a Correctional Services diploma, you’ll be equipped to make a difference, promote positive growth and change, and build safer and healthier communities. Whether you choose to work with adults or at-risk youth, there will be a place for your skills in the Canadian criminal justice system.

Source: Correctional Services Canada

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Business Management Diploma

MacEwan grads are helping companies and organizations of all sizes because the business world moves fast. With the fresh ideas and strong leadership skills, they're able to hit the ground running to help companies stay on track.

Source: IAP 2019 Graduate Survey report

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Emergency Communications and Response Certificate

Emergency Communications and Response Certificate

As emergency communications officers, our grads play a vital role in emergency response across the province by answering emergency calls and dispatching appropriate services. If you’re a quick thinker who stays calm in high-pressure situations, you might have what it takes to join the network of Albertans dedicated to saving lives.

Source: ALIS Alberta Occupations

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Human Resources Diploma

Human Resources Diploma

Now more than ever, employers recognize the value of hiring and retaining top-notch workers. MacEwan grads are using their new skills and abilities to help organizations—large and small—get people to work.

Source: IAP 2019 Graduate Survey report

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Physical Therapist Assistant/Occupational Therapist Assistant Diploma

Physical Therapist Assistant / Occupational Therapist Assistant Diploma

Every year, thousands of people of all ages rely on physical and occupational therapy to help them recover from injuries, overcome physical challenges, gain mobility and improve their lives. Therapist assistants play a vital role in the practices of Alberta's more than 5,000 physical and occupational therapists.

Source: ALIS Alberta Occupations

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Police and Investigations Diploma

Police and Investigations Diploma

Police, bylaw enforcement, border security and peace officers are keeping people safe on our streets, in neighbourhoods, across the nation, and beyond. Whether you're interested in policing, investigations or security services there is a diverse field of services that need you.

Source: ALIS Alberta Occupations

Police studies diploma

Investigative studies diploma

 

BPsychiatric Nursing Diploma

Psychiatric Nursing Diploma

With one in five Canadians experiencing mental illness or health problems, according to the Canadian Mental Health Association, we need psychiatric nurses more than ever. Become a registered psychiatric nurse (RPN) and make an impact on your community.

Source: IAP 2019 Graduate Survey report

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