The Labrador Campus offers a unique opportunity to live and learn embedded in the beauty and brilliance of the peoples and places of Labrador. Opportunities for land-based learning and intensive and immersive educational experiences are woven throughout our course offerings, further enriching academic studies.
Our undergraduate programs emphasize the lands, waters, histories, and cultures of Labrador, and focus on the theories, methods, analytical techniques, critical thinking, and professional and leadership skills required to understand, live and work in, and contribute to the North.
The undergraduate programs and learning opportunities at the Labrador Campus are:
- Degree in Arctic and Subarctic Peoples and Places (forthcoming)
- Diploma in Northern Peoples, Lands, and Resources (partnership with Humanities and Social Sciences)
- Nursing in Labrador (BScN partnership with Faculty of Nursing)
- Engineering One in Labrador (partnership with the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences)