We’re less than two years away from the transition to Yukon University.
The graphic below represents some of the work that is currently underway, in partnership with the Government of the Yukon. We are currently working towards a transition that will take place spring 2020.
Below are some of the contributing milestones and years in which they'll be undertaken and completed on our journey to become Yukon University.
|2015||Land use plan|
|2015–2016||Program and services review, university transition budget, and YC socio-economic impact study|
|2016-2017||Development of external quality assurance (QA) process (YG), submission to external QA Board, and development of a variety of integrated operational plans|
|2017-18*||Launch of Climate Change and Public Policy post-graduate certificate.
Yukon Government Regulation passed to offer Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Governance.
Confirmation of readiness from Campus Alberta Quality Council - academically and organizationally – to offer degrees.
Yukon University campaign plan developed.
|2018-19||Launch of Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Governance
Development of Yukon University brand
|2019-2020||Yukon University Act approved in Legislature
Anticipated launch of Bachelor of Business Administration
Official launch of Yukon University
Implementation of Yukon University brand across all campuses
First anticipated graduates of inaugural degree
|2020-2021||Beginning the development of the first Yukon University Strategic Plan and Academic Plan|
|2021-2022||Anticipated launch of Bachelor of Arts in Northern Studies|
* each year runs July 1 to June 30