This graduate program provides an internationally-focused body of knowledge and skills for individuals interested in extending their business understanding beyond the domestic environment. The curriculum emphasizes the skills and knowledge necessary to operate in different roles within international cultural, legal and political contexts. This broad-based program will explore the field of management both in theory and through practical applications considering different organizational lenses.
Parkland College was founded by the Province of Saskatchewan in 1971 as Parkland Regional College (1973-2008). It was renamed Parkland College (2008). The College primarily serves the education and training needs of communities and industry partners in east-central Saskatchewan and western Manitoba.
The College is in a Coalition with Cumberland College (Saskatchewan), which is located in Northeast Saskatchewan. The Coalition shares a President and CEO is focused on improving operational efficiencies (resource use) and enhancing organization effectiveness (impact). Each of the two colleges has its own Board of six Governors, but the same six Governors sit on each Board.
For more than 40 years, Parkland College has advocated for life-long learning in the Parkland region. To this day, programs are developed in response to the community's needs.
With six campuses, one training centre, and a wide range of programs and services, there's a lot to like about Parkland College. From accounting to welding, Parkland College offers a broad range of programs that include bachelor’s degrees, diplomas and certificates, and adult basic education.
Parkland College values innovation and continuous learning, inclusiveness and diversity, compassion and respect, and responsiveness and accountability.
Over the past several years the student body at Parkland College has been enriched by students from Bangladesh, Brazil, Chile, Fiji, Jamaica, India, Mauritius, Nepal, Nigeria, Philippines, Ukraine, and Vietnam.