Programs and Courses
Explore the education programs offered at Royal Alberta College.

The following programs are APPROVED and Designated as International Learning Programs and are eligible to receive foreign nationals on a study permit. DLI Number O142243313422

The Royal Alberta College has approved and licensed programs

Approved courses are:

Overview of Undergraduate Diploma Programs

Ideal Student Traits

This list is not inclusive, as these “ideal traits” will continue to evolve, yet this list should provide you with a firm understanding of what are the minimal requirements; which include and are not limited to:

This program offers unconventional but highly effective options to traditional challenges.

International Students receive professional training in more components of Applied Communications. These extra classes have been designed to assist in International Students to achieve successful placement for their practicum and to assist further for their work endeavours after graduation.

These additional classes include and are not limited to:

This program students will learn how to become multi-functional educational assistants that will support students as part of a multidisciplinary team. Students will learn from Alberta Certified Teachers and Alberta Educators on the required techniques on how to support teachers and other support personnel to provide meaningful instructional and non-instructional tasks. Admissions will be given preference to those applicants that have worked with children in a formal setting such as in a school, daycare, childcare, children’s hospital, children’s retail establishment.

This program will reduce the classroom ration of teachers to students by providing qualified and capable assistants that also can offer further assistance to newcomers and recently settled immigrants in Alberta.

The course curriculum is delivered entirely in English, yet the focus is for those students that have a working knowledge of other languages other than English as their primary language, the preferable secondary languages include, are listed in the course outline.

 

The following “ideal traits” have compiled from interviews with Alberta Certified Teachers and School Administrators on what they deem as ideal for a person to have to be effective within a classroom setting.

Medical Office Assistants are considered as a valuable asset to the health care team, medical office assistants support physicians and other healthcare professionals with essential administrative support. Students learn how to work in a multidisciplinary team an essential skills to become employable in the workforce quickly and develop skills to perform a variety of tasks including scheduling, billing, word processing, communications, and more.

 

Students are more likely to be successful in this program if they:

Within this program, the course curriculum is delivered entirely in English, yet the focus is for those students that  have working knowledge of other languages other than English as their primary language, the preferable secondary languages include, yet are not limited to (not listed in particular order)

  • French,
  • Italian
  • Cree
  • German,
  • Arabic
  • Punjabi,
  • Hindi
  • Philippines
  • Chinese dialects
  • Cantonese
  • Vietnamese,
  • Ukrainian,