Course Catalogue

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

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

HTML Applied Research Studies
HTML Archaeology
HTML Art
HTML Arts and Science
HTML Art History
HTML Biology
HTML Campus Alberta Applied Psychology
HTML Chemistry
HTML Computer Science
HTML Cultural, Social, and Political Thought
HTML Drama
HTML Economics
HTML Education
HTML Fine Arts
HTML Geography
HTML Health Sciences
HTML Kinesiology
HTML Management
HTML Mathematics
HTML Music
HTML Music Ensemble Activity
HTML Neuroscience
HTML New Media
HTML Nursing
HTML Physics
HTML Psychology