Evening & Weekend-scheduled Classes for Today's Working Professional
Located in the heart of downtown Calgary, the uLethbridge Calgary Campus is located just steps from the City Hall C-Train platform - specifically, within Bow Valley College, where we have "set-up-shop" and with whom we share classroom space with as a collaborating partner within the Campus Alberta South learning consortium.
In contrast with the Lethbridge Campus (a traditional varsity university) which schedules all of their academic programming and courses either during the mornings or in the afternoons during the weekdays, multiple times a week, the Calgary Campus on the other hand primarily schedules all of its own learning deliverables during weeknights and Saturdays for a solid 3 or 4-hour block, once-per-week, per course (under normal circumstances) as our location was exclusively designed to cater to working adults who possess their own daytime employment (avg. age range of 27-32).
- Lecture sessions for Calgary-based UNDERGRADUATE courses will be typically instructed in the traditional face-to-face/F2F format and will normally run from:
- All undergrad courses will typically entail 36 total hours of instructional time, per course, per semester (not including final exams)
|MON - FRI eve Timeslot||SAT Timeslot||SUN|
- GRADUATE courses will follow significantly different class times:
(F2F Sessions | Only 4, per semester)
*Listed below is the Calgary Campus' current portfolio of academic undergraduate and graduate-level programming*
Click on the appropriate links (under the "Credential Program" column) for detailed program, admission, and application-related information.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to COVID-19 measures, the proportion of delivery modalities across all offered courses at the Calgary Campus will generally entail a 60% online vs. 40% face-to-face split, for the time being.
Confirmed instructional delivery modalities however, will vary between individual courses and academic terms and can even be subject to change while a semester is currently in-progress (depending on the province of Alberta’s reported covid numbers and corresponding public health directives, at the time).