Collaboration between three post secondary institutions bring Bachelor of Administration program to Northlands College

 By Michael Oleksyn  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter First Nations University of Canada (FNUniv), Northlands College and the University of Regina  recently announced that they have entered into an agreement to offer a Bachelor of Administration Program (BAdmin) through the college. The collaboration will provide learners in northern Saskatchewan with an accessible and high-quality post-secondary education, allowing them to pursue diverse career paths in the field of administration. “At the First Nations University of Canada, we strive to make our programming more inclusive to learners across Saskatchewan. This MOU helps us realize part of that commitment and expands our reach to communities seeking further training and education,” Jason Bird, program administrator, Indigenous Business and Public Administration at FNUniv said in a release. “This partnership is another step in making our educational…

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