Early Learning and Child Care (ELCC) courses are based on a philosophy that children thrive in developmentally appropriate, child-centered play programs that use a problem-solving approach to guidance. Practical experience with children is an integral part of the program.
Keyano College’s Environmental Technology Diploma program focuses on the environmental issues and solutions related to natural resources. You’ll learn the skills that you’ll need for many industry and government environmental positions through this two-year program.
The livestock science major expands options that were available in the former animal science technology program. You have 3 student-managed team options: beef, dairy or sheep. If you want either beef or dairy, you must take that production course in your first year.
In the beef science major you’ll study both commercial and purebred cow/calf operations as well as feedlots. You’ll start at calving and go through the complete production cycle. You’ll finish with beef products – one of your courses is meat science.
Take advantage of a unique to Lakeland program that combines power engineering with heavy oil extraction, production, operations and more. In less than year you can become a qualified 4th class power engineer. That’s an entry to jobs wherever there’s a steam power plant.
If you’re sure about studying agriculture, but only want to commit to a year, then our general ag certificate is for you. Focus on either crop or livestock production. Whatever your choice, you’ll learn common skills for modern agricultural operations like computer training, keeping accurate business records using up-to-date and technology such as GPS.
Conserve and manage a critical habitat for an endangered species. Restore a wetland. Both are examples of how you will make a difference as a conservation and restoration ecology (CARE) major graduate. Ecosystems are at the heart of CARE.
Along your two year college journey, you’ll develop practical skills such as drafting and rendering. You’ll also learn design fundamentals, history, space planning, materials, finishes and construction.
Focus on the creatures that live in our forests, lakes, prairies, rivers and wetlands as you prepare to be an accredited wildlife and fisheries technician. You’ll learn to identify by sight, sound or sign, the smallest creatures in a pond to the largest animals on land. That means you’ll learn how to use spotting scopes …
There’s a new environmental sciences major at Lakeland College – applied environmental sciences. It replaces the former water conservation and management major. In the new major a broad range of environmental knowledge and applied skills are the focus. You can choose courses to fit your interests in 2nd year.