2019-2020 Catalog

CityU Programs: Canada

CityU Programs: Canada

CityU first began offering undergraduate business degree programs in Vancouver, BC, in 1980. It added programs in education in 1994, and a Master’s degree program in counselling psychology in 1997. It expanded its programs in the Province of Alberta in 1999 by offering graduate programs in counselling psychology and educational leadership. Today it offers graduate programs in Counselling and Education throughout the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta, often offering those programs in concert with School Districts in their facilities consistent with the University’s mission of accessibility.

In British Columbia, Canada, City University of Seattle is authorized to use the term “university” under the written consent of the Minister of Advanced Education, as it has undergone a quality assessment process and been found to meet the criteria established by the Minister in that Province. It’s Master of Education Programs, in both Leadership in Education and in School Counselling, and its Master of Counselling Program are approved by the Degree Quality Assessment Board of the Province, and its graduates qualify for licensure in their respective fields in the Province. City University of Seattle has been granted the Education Quality Assurance designation by the Minister of Advanced Education in British Columbia. Students in British Columbia are qualified to apply to BCAid for tuition grants.

In Alberta, Canada, the Master of Education in School Counselling and the Master of Counselling Programs are offered pursuant to the written approval of the Minister of Advanced Education and Technology, having undergone a quality assessment process through the Campus Alberta Quality Council and been found to meet the criteria established by the Council and the Minister. Graduates of the Master of Counselling program are qualified to apply for Licensure as a Psychologist in the Province.

For more information about admissions requirements for these program go to the Admissions and Advanced Standing section of the catalog.