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Yorkville to Celebrate Graduates at Formal Ceremony on June 26 in Fredericton, N.B.

Yorkville to Celebrate Graduates at Formal Ceremony on June 26 in Fredericton, N.B.

Yorkville may not be a traditional bricks and mortar university, but the school’s celebration of its graduates takes on all the pomp and circumstance befitting its students and their accomplishments. Find out all the details about Yorkville University's graduation ceremony here. The deadline to RSVP is March 27.

Yorkville Graduate Uses Her Master of Education to Help Others as a Life Coach

Yorkville Graduate Uses Her Master of Education to Help Others as a Life Coach

Melinda Debergh combines her vast experience in healthcare, her studies of spirituality and now her Master if Education in Adult Education to help others navigate life’s journey. “What I do is life coaching and mentoring people as a as a Certified Life Mastery Coach.” Debergh said. “Because of my credentials, especially now with the Master if Education, I can help people with their physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and intellectual journey.”

Simulations in the Bachelors of Business Administration: a Guest Blog by BBA Faculty

Bachelor of Business Administration faculty Dr. Shelley Rinehart, Dr. Dan Nicholes and Ms. Lisa Allen discuss Yorkville University's use of computer-simulated business environments , an enjoyable and practical way of combining theory with practice and industry expectations.

Announcing a new Specialization in Educational Leadership—Guest Blog by Ellyn Lyle

Announcing a new Specialization in Educational Leadership—Guest Blog by Ellyn Lyle

In this guest blog post, Ellyn Lyle, the Associate Dean of the Faculty of Education at Yorkville University, announces a new specialization in the Master of Education program.

Alumna Judith Taylor Says Interior Design Makes a Difference in Lives

Alumna Judith Taylor Says Interior Design Makes a Difference in Lives

Judith Taylor Designs, comes from a family of furniture manufacturers. She said looking back design was always a passion, although it wasn’t always her career.

MACP Update From the Desk of the Associate Dean, Faculty of Behavioural Sciences, Dr. Roberta Neault

MACP Update From the Desk of the Associate Dean, Faculty of Behavioural Sciences, Dr. Roberta Neault

From new electives to a restructured practicum, Associate Dean of the Faculty of Behavioural Sciences, Dr. Roberta Neault, shares the latest news from the Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology program in this guest blog.

CSTD recognizes Yorkville’s Master of Education in Adult Education

CSTD recognizes Yorkville’s Master of Education in Adult Education

The Canadian Society for Training and Development (CSTD) now recognizes Yorkville University’s Master of Education in Adult Education. Rita Kop, the Dean of the Faculty of Education at Yorkville University, explained the CSTD is the largest organization in Canada related to training and development, so the recognition is a significant one.

The Vision for Yorkville’s MACP

From the program's flexibility to it's array of new electives,  practicum opportunities and it's ever-growing community, Yorkville University's Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology (MACP) is poised for an exciting year in 2015. Here the program's Dean and Associate Dean discuss the future of the MACP at Yorkville University.

Royal Canadian Navy Officer Transitions to Civilian Life Through BBA Degree at Yorkville

Royal Canadian Navy Officer Transitions to Civilian Life Through BBA Degree at Yorkville

When it came time for Chief Petty Officer 1st class (CPO1) Paul Stonier to retire from a nearly 40 year career in the Royal Canadian Navy, he said he wasn’t ready to just sit back and relax. Instead he has set his sights on a second career in civilian life and has enrolled in Yorkville University’s Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

An Artist and a Businessman – Justin Reid uses the BBA Degree to elevate his art

You may expect a creative individual with a passion for photography to study the art itself, but not Justin Reid. A talented wedding photographer with a thriving business, Reid chose instead to get his Bachelor of Business Administration at Yorkville University.