Course Descriptions (2015 / 2016)

This section contains the descriptions of courses offered at the University of Lethbridge. The University assigns an abbreviated designation to each course subject. These subject abbreviations are listed in parentheses for subjects included in the Calendar's course listings. The courses are arranged in alphabetical order by course title not by abbreviation.

The appearance of a course does not guarantee that the course will be offered during the academic year. The University reserves the right to add, modify or withdraw any course or courses without notice.

Information about which courses will be offered - when, where and by which instructor - is provided in the current semester Timetable, available at the Registrar's Office and online at www.uleth.ca/ross/timetable.

Previous Course Descriptions are available in the Courses section of the applicable Academic Calendar.

 Undergraduate Courses

(view) Addictions Counselling
(view) Agricultural Biotechnology
(view) Agricultural Studies
(view) Anthropology
(view) Applied Studies
(view) Archaeology
(view) Art
(view) Art History/Museum Studies
(view) Arts and Science
(view) Asian Studies
(view) Astronomy
(view) Biochemistry
(view) Biology
(view) Blackfoot
(view) Canadian Studies
(view) Career Development
(view) Chemistry
(view) Computer Science
(view) Cree
(view) Drama
(view) Economics
(view) Education
(view) Engineering
(view) English
(view) Environmental Science
(view) Exchange Student
(view) Exercise Science
(view) Fine Arts
(view) French
(view) Geography
(view) Geology
(view) German
(view) Greek
(view) Health Sciences
(view) Hebrew
(view) Hispanic Studies
(view) History
(view) Interdisciplinary Studies
(view) Japanese
(view) Kinesiology
(view) Latin
(view) Liberal Education
(view) Library Science
(view) Linguistics
(view) Logic
(view) Management
(view) Mathematics
(view) Music
(view) Music Ensemble Activity
(view) Native American Studies
(view) Neuroscience
(view) New Media
(view) Nursing
(view) Philosophy
(view) Physical Activity
(view) Physics
(view) Political Science
(view) Psychology
(view) Public Health
(view) Religious Studies
(view) Remote Sensing
(view) Sociology
(view) Spanish
(view) Statistics
(view) Urban and Regional Studies
(view) Visiting Student
(view) Women and Gender Studies
(view) Writing

 Graduate Courses

Graduate-level courses are available to students after admission to a graduate program and available to other students only with Faculty/School permission. Graduate students may take senior undergraduate courses for credit at the graduate level.

(view) Art
(view) Arts and Science
(view) Art History/Museum Studies
(view) Biology
(view) Campus Alberta Applied Psychology
(view) Chemistry
(view) Computer Science
(view) Drama
(view) Economics
(view) Education
(view) Fine Arts
(view) Geography
(view) Health Sciences
(view) Kinesiology
(view) Management
(view) Mathematics
(view) Music
(view) Music Ensemble Activity
(view) Neuroscience
(view) New Media
(view) Nursing
(view) Physics
(view) Psychology
(view) Social Sciences