Just steps from the City Hall C-Train station, the Calgary Campus offers evening and weekend programming to further your career, and the flexibility to work with your busy schedule.
Take your education outside the classroom
Apply your classroom knowledge to experiences like co-operative education job placements, international exchanges and professional development opportunities like interactive workshops and networking events.
"The Calgary campus is a professional and convenient campus. The night classes allowed me to put in my eight hours a day without having to miss a class."
Maaike van Gogh (BMgt '15)
Major: human resources and labour relations
Instructors at the Calgary Campus are the heart of our programs
Our faculty come from all over the world, represent all areas of study and are active and accomplished researchers.
Deanna Thompson (BMgt '09)
Deanna Thompson has spent the last 10 years shepherding a newly formed non-profit into a respected animal-welfare agency that provides expertise in animal rescue during natural disasters.
In 2006, while working for Husky Energy, Thompson began volunteering with the newly formed non-profit Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS), earning the rank of board president. In 2010, when AARCS decided to hire its first full-time employee, Thompson stepped up.
News and Student Opportunities
Calgary Campus students can access FREE and confidential counselling with our trained professionals to assist with a broad range of issues through face-to-face online or phone appointments in an individual setting.
Webinars: Graduate Programs in Health Services Management
The Calgary Chronicles semesterly newsletter will share with you the news, developments and other exciting opportunities in the Calgary Campus Community.
Calgary Campus Access Awards
$1000 available to the first 150 students offered admission into program on the Calgary Campus. A minimum admission average is required and enrolment in part- or full-time studies for Fall 2019.