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November 2019

MACP Student Establishes Jiu-Jitsu Program to Help Fellow Vets, First Responders Cope With PTSD

Yorkville University’s Graham Bettes recently appeared in a Niagara This Week feature profiling his establishment of a jiu-jitsu program for local veterans and first responders dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Bettes, who’s just a few weeks shy of graduating from Yorkville's Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology program, told his community newspaper that he’s seen “positive changes” in those with PTSD who’ve taken up the martial art.

Yorkville’s Credit Transfers Made NBCC Grad’s Dream of Getting a Degree a Reality

By the time she heard that fateful radio ad for Yorkville University’s Bachelor of Business Administration program, Pamela Parent had all but given up her dream of going back to school to further her career. “Then I heard on the radio that Yorkville takes into consideration your past college and university credits, and that I could possibly finish my BBA in two-and-a-half years, which was an ‘aaaaahhhhhh’ moment for me,” said the 46-year-old Edmundston, New Brunswick native.

Supply Chain Canada and Yorkville University Announce Accreditation Agreement

PRESS RELEASE - We are pleased to announce that Supply Chain Canada and Yorkville University have formalized an accreditation agreement that will provide advanced standing in Supply Chain Canada's Supply Chain Management Professional™ (SCMP™) Designation Program for graduates of Yorkville University's Bachelor of Business Administration Supply Chain Management specialization program. Read more here.

NBCC and Yorkville University agree to new business degree pathway

New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) and Yorkville University signed an agreement today that provides a new pathway for NBCC’s business administration diploma graduates to quickly obtain a degree.

Retired Navy Officer Employs Yorkville BBA Degree in Transition to Civilian Career

New degree. New career path. New lease on life. In the nearly five years since retiring from his 36-year career in the Royal Canadian Navy, Paul Stonier hasn’t skipped a beat in his successful settlement into civilian life – thanks to some help from Yorkville University.