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Welcome to the uLethbridge Calgary campus!
We offer evening and weekend classes in our management and health sciences programs, as well as a variety of open studies courses, so you can advance your career while you work your day job.
uLethbridge Calgary campus is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Calgary, just steps from the City Hall C-Train station. Our space and delivery methods are an advantage to working professionals who want to enhance their skills, credentials and earning potential while working full time.
Faculty of Health Sciences offerings:
Faculty of Management offerings:
Although the Calgary campus offers management and health sciences programs, all uLethbridge students can take courses on a variety of topics, including art, art history/museum studies, astronomy, drama, philosophy, psychology, sociology, music, writing and new media.
Students enrolled in fine arts courses (art, art history/museum studies, drama, new media) take classes at downtown Calgary's Arts Commons, a respected an innovative leader in the city's arts and culture community.
More information about uLethbridge Calgary campus:
- Admission Routes
While some students attend the uLethbridge Calgary campus right out of high school, our delivery methods and student supports are better suited to the adult learner.
- Post Diploma
If you have a business-related college diploma, you can earn a BMgt in as little as two years. If you have an academic diploma in a non-business field, you may be able to complete a BMgt is as few as 25 courses.
If you've completed at least eight transferable courses, talk to us about transferring your credits toward a BMgt program..
- Second Degree
Already have a degree? You may be able to complete a BMgt in as few as 15 courses.
- Instructors & Class Sizes
Professors are industry leaders who bring relevant, real-world experience into your classroom.
Classes are small — on average 45 to 50 students per class — enabling you to interact with your professors and your classmates in a supportive, goal-oriented environment.
- Student Supports & Opportunities
Get involved in the business world and gain international experiences through our co-operative education, international exchanges and work-study programs.
Students at our Calgary campus also have access to services including:
- academic advisors who can help you plan your program and provide advice on changing your major
- a recruitment officer who can help you explore your interests and choose a major
- study skills presentations
- accommodated learning supports such as exam accommodations and assistive technologies
- Student Stories
“After three years in the workforce, I felt that something was missing. I wanted to use my talent for seeing the bigger picture and thinking strategically, so I enrolled in the the CPA Bridging program. The Calgary campus’ evening and Saturday classes fit my schedule and the downtown location makes it easier to connect with the major accounting firms that are based nearby. The instructors have ample industry experience and connections; students see how our learning translates to life outside the classroom immediately.”
CPA Bridging student
“The Calgary Campus has the perfect structure for my weekly schedule. The evening and Saturday classes are very flexible and allow me to balance my school work and my daily life. I have time to participate in school activities, such as being a tutor, as well as time for my study. I also had the opportunity to get experience at one of the Big Four in accounting, which provided me with a picture of real work in public accounting, expanded my knowledge and grew my professional network.”
BMgt (Co-op) student
Minor: Supply Chain Management
“The Calgary campus provides the right mix of flexibility, educational rigour, and career-focus. The management program is well-recognized in downtown Calgary and fits my interest for rapid career progression.”
Ibrahim Rahim (BMgt '17)
“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. Plus the co-op program allowed me to not only get real work experience, but helped me pay for university without having to take out a personal loan.”
Maaike van Gogh (BMgt ’15)