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1,000+

• Learn tomorrow’s skills today

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• Connect with industry professionals • Enjoy small class sizes and big ideas • Increase your skills with workplace learning • Benefit from flexible schedules –

certificate and diploma programs to build your career

industry partners

programs resulting in a professional designation

registrants annually

graduates annually

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~20

people in a class, enabling individual attention

fast track, online, classroom At Mount Royal Continuing Education, we offer practical, engaging and flexible programming across all sectors, including business, industry, healthcare, social services and education. We provide you with top-quality learning opportunities in the classroom or workplace, online and throughout the community.


Getting Started

Registering for Courses Office Hours

Online Registration mru.ca/conted/register

Regular hours (mid-Aug. – end of June) Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Summer hours (July through mid-Aug.) Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

By Mail

Please download a print a registration form from mru.ca/conted/register. Attach course fee using cheque, money order, Visa or MasterCard and mail to: Mount Royal University Continuing Education Registration Services 4825 Mount Royal Gate SW Calgary AB, T3E 6K6

Closed weekends and statutory holidays

Registration opens Monday, Mar. 14, 2017

By Phone

Please make cheque or money order payable to Mount Royal University Continuing Education. Sorry, we cannot accept post-dated cheques.

Office hours: 403.440.3833 Toll free: 1.877.287.8001 Please have your Visa or MasterCard number ready. Your registration will by confirmed over the phone.

In Person

By Fax

Visit Continuing Education Registration Services during office hours. Interac available. Wickets 9 & 10, Kerby Hall, 4825 Mount Royal Gate SW, Calgary AB

Office hours: 403.440.6743 Please download a print a registration form from mru.ca/conted/register.

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Access your student account and records (such as unofficial transcripts and tax forms) via MyMRU.ca. Follow the instructions on MyMRU.ca to activate your account.

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Table of Contents

Administrative Professionals

Communications and Marketing

Administrative Assistant ........................................................ 1 Essential Skills for the Administrative Professional .............. 1 Meeting Mastery ...................................................................2 FREE! Online Learners Tutorial ............................................2

Digital Communications .....................................................16 Digital Content Creation ...................................................... 17 Enhanced Speaking Skills for Internationally Educated Professionals...........................18 Event Management .............................................................18 Marketing and Strategic Communications ..........................19 Marketing and Events Skills ...............................................19 Social Media for Business .................................................. 20 Social Media Basics ............................................................ 20 Public Relations ................................................................... 21 Professional Editing ............................................................ 21 Technical Writing .................................................................22 Writing and Editing for Business .........................................22

Arts and Design Bookbinding ..........................................................................3 Creative Writing ....................................................................3 Feng Shui Practitioner ..........................................................3 Floral Design ..........................................................................4 Home Staging ........................................................................5 Interior Decorating .................................................................5 Photography ...........................................................................6 Visual Arts ..............................................................................7

Business Business Analysis .................................................................8 Business Process Management ...........................................9 Accounting Basics ................................................................9 Contract Management ........................................................10 Contract Management: Business Law ...............................10 Entrepreneurship ................................................................ 11 Lean Management and Continuous Improvement ............. 11 Organizational Change Management .................................12 Payroll ..................................................................................12 Real Property Administrator® Facilities Management Administrator ®...........................13 Sales Development..............................................................13 Supply Chain Management ................................................14 Advanced Supply Chain Management ................................15

Community Transitional Vocational Program ......................................... 23 Addiction Studies .................................................................24 Police Studies ......................................................................24 Child and Youth Human Rights............................................25 Children’s Mental Health .....................................................25 Funeral Service ................................................................... 26

Computers and Technology

MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY

Accounting Software ..........................................................27 Computer Essentials ..........................................................27 MS Office Pro .................................................................... 28 MS Excel ............................................................................ 29 Introductory ........................................................................ 29 Mac ..................................................................................... 29 Digital Graphic Design ....................................................... 30 Video Production ............................................................... 30 Web Designer ..................................................................... 31 WordPress .......................................................................... 31

Conflict Resolution Conflict Resolution ..............................................................32 Managing Conflict in Today’s Workplace ............................32


Health

Oil and Gas

Birth Doula .......................................................................... 33 Lamaze Accredited Childbirth Educator ............................ 33 Communication Skills for Health Professionals ................. 33 Dementia Care .................................................................... 34 Advanced Dementia Care ................................................... 34 Integrative Health Coach .....................................................35 Medical Terminology ...........................................................35 Neonatal Nursing ................................................................ 36 Perinatal Nursing................................................................. 36 Reiki .....................................................................................37 Yoga Therapy .......................................................................37 Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) ............................37 Massage Therapy .............................................................. 38 Occupational Health and Safety ........................................ 38 Personal Fitness Trainer .................................................... 39

Oil and Gas Office Skills for the Administrative Professional ........................................... 51 Introduction to the Petroleum Industry ............................... 51 Canadian Association of Petroleum Production Accounting (CAPPA) ....................................52 Petroleum Land Business................................................... 53 Petroleum Land Administration: Land Contracts ............... 53 Petroleum Land Administration: Surface Rights ............... 54

Languages Customized Language Training ......................................... 40 English Language ................................................................ 41 Academic Preparation for EAL Students (Youth) ................42 Academic Preparation for EAL Students (Online) ..............42 Summer English ................................................................ 43 Teaching English as a World Language ............................. 43 Travel and Teach English .................................................... 44

Social and Environmental Prosperity Community Investment Professional .................................55 Stack Sampling ...................................................................55 Nonprofit Management ...................................................... 56 Social Innovation ................................................................ 56

Teaching and Learning Adult Educator Seminar Series ............................................57 Curriculum Development and Instructional Design ........... 58 Teacher Education ............................................................. 58 Education Assistant ............................................................ 59

Conservatory ........................................................ 62

Management and Leadership

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Human Resource Management ......................................... 45 Professional Management Seminar Series ........................ 45 Leadership Development ................................................... 46 Pillars of Management........................................................ 46 Management Development ................................................47 Strategic Management ....................................................... 48 Project Management in Construction ................................ 48 Project Management .......................................................... 49 PMP ÂŽ Exam Preparation..................................................... 50 Project Management Professional Development Seminars ................................................. 50


Administrative Professionals Administrative Assistant

Extension Certificate C

Acquire sought–after technology skills, as well as a range of “soft skills,” to prepare you for an administrative role in today’s demanding office environment. In a handson setting, learn to use the most common MS Office software. Gain competencies that are essential to administrative roles, including communications, customer service and accounting.

Benefits

• Prepare for an administrative role in an office setting • Acquire skills to help you earn a promotion • Refresh your skills in order to rejoin the workforce • Customize your learning experience to meet your needs • Gain professional computer skills that are highly valued in the workplace

Program Format

• Complete the 13 required courses, plus 2 optional courses. (169, 177 or 185 hours depending on options chosen) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

Courses and Fees File Management Basics

6 hours

CRN 50236 2 classes May 2 – 4 MS Outlook (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50197 2 classes May 4 – 5 CRN 50529 2 classes May 6 – 7 Accounting Principles for Computers CRN 50016 2 classes June 3 – 4 MS Excel, Level 1 (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50199 2 classes May 13 – 14 CRN 50200 2 classes May 15 – 16 MS Word, Level 1 (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50202 6 classes May 9 – 25 CRN 50536 3 classes May 10 – 12 MS PowerPoint, Level 1 CRN 50205 2 classes May 23 – 24 MS Excel, Level 2 (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50198 2 classes June 1 – 2 CRN 50201 2 classes June 3 – 4 Business Project, Level 1 CRN 50209 2 classes June 21 – 22 MS Word, Level 2 CRN 50212 3 classes June 5 – 7 Business Project, Level 2 CRN 50210 2 classes June 29 – 30

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 12 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 18 hours 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 18 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

$169 T, R $279 R, F S, U $279 S, U $279 S, U M, T $329 T, R W, R, F $279 T, W $279 R, F S, U $279 W, R $329 M, T, W $279 R, F

mru.ca/adminassistant

403.440.5012 | 1.888.392.3655

Essential Skills for the Administrative Professional Extension Certificate C O

Acquire a range of important “soft skills” required in administrative roles. This flexible certificate can be customized to your individual training needs and interests, focusing on skills you need to learn or improve. MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY •

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Benefits

• Acquire or improve your administrative skills • Prepare to enter the workforce • Learn new skills to earn a promotion • Understand the “soft skills” that complement your technical know-how

Courses and Fees 15 hours Introduction to Event Planning CRN 50035 Online May 1 – 20 Foundations of Social Media for Business (choose 1 CRN)12 hours CRN 50292 4 classes June 6 – 15 6 – 9 p.m. CRN 50581 Online May 1 – 28 Accounting Principles for Computers 12 hours

$249 $379 T, R $279

CRN 50016 2 classes June 3 – 4 Human Resource Basics for Managers

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 15 hours

S, U $389

CRN 50013

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

R, F $349

15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$469 F, S

2 classes

May 25 – 26

CRN 50172 Online May 15 – June 30 Leading and Implementing Change CRN 50285 2 classes June 2 – 3

Program Format

• Complete 60 hours of courses of your choice (60 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/essential

403.440.5012 | 1.888.392.3655

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Meeting Mastery Certificate of Completion

Courses and Fees

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Plan and prepare for meetings and learn what to do during and after the meeting to ensure it serves its intended purpose. Gain essential facilitation skills for productive meetings and learn to put these skills into practice.

Benefits

• Build your role as an administrative professional or executive assistant • Gain facilitation skills to ensure your meetings are productive • Follow up on action items

Program Format

• Complete the 2 required courses, plus 1 optional course (37 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

Effective Facilitation for Managers and Leaders Making Meetings Move CRN 50221

15 hours

$349

Online

7 hours

$219

7 hours

$219

May 15 – June 30

Choose 1 Optional Course Workplace Presentation Skills Offered in Fall 2017 Effective Interpersonal Communication Offered in Fall 2017

mru.ca/meetings

403.440.5012 | 1.888.392.3655

Tutorial for Mount Royal University Continuing Education Online Learners

Try our free Online Course Tutorial and learn tips to navigate through a Mount Royal University online course. It takes approximately 5 hours to complete. Practice submitting an assignment, sending an email, starting a discussion online, taking a quiz and reviewing your grades. By the end of the tutorial you will be ready to take any online course that interests you.

Available May 1 – June 30 Available July 4 – Aug. 31

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CRN 50084 Online CRN 70081 Online

15 hours

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Arts and Design Bookbinding Courses

Courses and Fees

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3 hours

Introduction to Bookbinding

The craft of bookbinding is the process of physically assembling a book from a number of folded or unfolded sheets of paper or other material and attaching a book cover. Learn fundamental terminology, skills and techniques when working with tools and materials in bookbinding.

CRN 50557

1 class

May 13

9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Mini–Coptic Binding with Wood Covers

3 hours

CRN 50558

9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

1 class

June 10

$69+GST S $69+GST S

mru.ca/bookbinding

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606

Creative Writing Courses C O

Our writing program covers many different styles. Whether exploring creative or travel writing, writing for children or blogs, you will learn the conventions of narrative craft and character development. Develop skills like copyediting and grammar.

mru.ca/writing

CRN 50153

8 classes

May 11 – June 29

CRN 50255

1 class

May 27

Grammar and Style in Creative Writing CRN 50375

1 class

CRN 50553

Feng Shui Practitioner

Courses and Fees

The practice of Feng Shui can help to improve mental and physical health, while achieving peace of mind through the stimulation of environmental balance and order. Instructors teach from the BTB Feng Shui tradition.

Benefits

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• Acquire knowledge and skills in Feng Shui for personal or professional purposes • Complement your alternative health care practice • Learn tips to promote home sales • Bolster your interior decorating skills • Complete the 7 required courses (66 hours) • 100% attendance required • Can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years

4 classes

June 3

2 classes

May 9 – 30

2 classes

May 12 – 13

1 class

May 27 – 28 June 3

1 class

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

$259 R $139 + GST S $95 + GST S $149 + GST T

$249 F, S $239

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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$149

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 6 hours

Esoteric Feng Shui CRN 50561

9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

12 hours

Feng Shui for Outdoor Spaces CRN 50560

5 hours

12 hours

The Foundations of Feng Shui CRN 50559

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

12 hours

Introduction to Feng Shui CRN 50065

7 – 9:30 p.m. 6 hours

Writing for Publication

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Program Format

20 hours

Creative Writing, Level I

Write Historical Fiction Workshop

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Courses and Fees

S $149

June 10

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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Applying Feng Shui to Home Interiors CRN 50562 2 classes June 14 June 17

9 hours 6 – 9 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

$189 W S

Feng Shui for Work Environments CRN 50563 2 classes June 21 June 24

9 hours 6 – 9 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

$189 W S

Feng Shui Consulting: Orientation and Presentation CRN 50564 2 classes May 13 June 24

12 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

$239 S S

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Floral Design

Certificate of Completion C

Your creativity and technique will blossom with our floral design courses. Learn the skills to design and care for fresh flower arrangements. All fresh flowers are included in course fees.

Benefits

• Indulge your love of plants and flowers • Develop your creativity and eye for design • Prepare to enter the floral design industry • Learn floral design skills for weddings and other events

Program Format

10% Discount if you Register for Block Level 1

May 26 – 28

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Level 2

June 2 – 4

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Level 3

June 9 – 11

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Courses and Fees 18 hours

Floral Design, Level 1 CRN 50018

3 classes

May 26 – 28

Floral Design, Level 2 CRN 50019

3 classes

June 2 – 4

Floral Design, Level 3 CRN 50020

3 classes

June 9 – 11

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

$429 F, S, U

18 hours

$459

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U

18 hours

$469

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U

Individual Floral Design Courses

• Complete the 3 required courses (54 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

A Career in the Floral Industry

If you would like to register for all 3 levels at once, you will receive a 10% discount. The discounted total is $1,221.30. Please call to register for Block Code FD123.

CRN 50539

mru.ca/floral

CRN 50377

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cearts@mtroyal.ca

$1,221.30

Block Code CRN FD123

CRN 50378

2.5 hours

1 class

May 13

1 class

June 29

6 hours

Corsage Basics

4 classes

May 16 – 24

3 classes

May 29 – June 1

1 class

June 25

1 class

June 25

12:30 – 2 p.m. 2.5 hours

Minimalist Floral Design 1 class

May 7

9:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. 3 hours

Tropical Arrangement CRN 50538

9 a.m. – 12 p.m. 1.5 hours

Fairy Garden Terrarium

CRN 50540

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 3 hours

Trio of Terrariums

CRN 50374

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 9 hours

Decorating with Flowers

CRN 50270

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12 hours

Flowers for a Modern Wedding CRN 50537

9:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.

1 class

June 5

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

$49 + GST S $95 + GST R $399 + GST T, W $229 + GST M, T, R $89 + GST U $59 + GST U $59 + GST U $79 + GST M

Yard and Garden Courses Small Yard Organic Vegetable Gardens CRN 50028

1 class

May 6

1 class

May 25

1 class

May 10

1 class

June 7 May 31

2 classes

June 6 – 8

Create a Biodiverse Garden with Insects CRN 50542

1 class

May 11

1 class

May 18

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Design EcoFriendly Rain Gardens CRN 50541

6 hours

4 hours

Growing Food in the City CRN 50257

5:30 – 9:30 p.m.

May 13

1 – 6 p.m.

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$59 + GST S $59 + GST R $49 + GST W $65 + GST W $75 + GST W $79 + GST T, R $79 + GST R $69 + GST R $85 + GST S

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Designing Gardens for the Calgary Region CRN 50126

5:30 – 9:30 p.m. 4 hours

Container Gardening CRN 50543

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 4 hours

Low Maintenance Landscaping CRN 50256

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 3 hours

Growing Wildflower Gardens CRN 50379

9 a.m. – 12 p.m. 3 hours

Growing Culinary Herbs CRN 50098

3 hours

4


Arts and Design Home Staging

Courses and Fees

Certificate of Completion C

Introduction to Home Staging

Acquire the necessary skills to help clients stage their home to optimize their sales prospects. Apply the principles of “staging to live,” even if you are not thinking of selling your home.

CRN 50545

1 class 4 classes

Interior Decorating

Extension Certificate C O Create the desired ambiance in an interior by applying the design principles of home decorating. Explore the fundamentals of design and decorate any room with style and confidence.

Benefits

• Indulge your love of decorating • Develop your creativity and eye for design • Prepare to enter the interior decorating industry in an established firm, your own consulting business, for a home builder or in a retail setting • Learn to decorate show homes and homes for sale

Program Format

• Complete the 9 required courses (145 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 4 years • Take courses in the recommended order (see schedule) to receive the most benefit from each course MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY •

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9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 22.5 hours

Home Staging as a Business CRN 50547

Benefits

• Learn professional home staging skills and techniques • Round out your interior decorating practice • Promote the sale of a home • Apply your skills in a home furnishing retail setting • Stage homes for realtors and builders

6 hours June 3

$159 S $369

June 8

5 – 9:30 p.m.

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June 9 – 11

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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15 hours 7 – 9:30 p.m.

$229 T

15 hours 7 – 9:30 p.m.

$229 T

20 hours

$259

15 hours

$229

15 hours

$229

15 hours 7 – 9:30 p.m. 20 hours

$229 T $265

Program Format

• Complete the 2 required courses (28.5 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 2 years.

mru.ca/home

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cearts@mtroyal.ca

Courses and Fees Introduction to Interior Decorating 1 (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50206 6 classes May 9 – June 13 CRN 50276 Online May 8 – June 16 Introduction to Interior Decorating 2 (choose 1 CRN) CRN 70285 6 classes June 27 – Aug. 1 CRN 70286 Online June 26 – Aug. 4 Perspective Drawing CRN 50029 Online May 8 – June 30 Interiors Past and Present CRN 50088 Online May 15 – June 23 Materials for Surface Finishes CRN 50582 Online May 8 – June 19 The Role of the Interior Decorator CRN 50156 6 classes May 16 – June 20 Advanced Topics in Interior Decorating CRN 70283 Online July 4 – Aug. 25

Individual Interior Decorating courses (not part of Interior Decorating Extension Certificate) Professional Design Presentation 4 hours $85 + GST CRN 50546 1 class May 27 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. S Kitchens and Bathrooms 12.5 hours $199 + GST CRN 50548 5 classes May 24 – June 21 7 – 9:30 p.m. W

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cearts@mtroyal.ca

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Photography

Certificate of Completion C P Express your creativity and practice your photography skills hands-on. Take courses for personal or professional development.

Benefits

• Take your amateur photography skills to the next level • Develop your creativity, technique and eye for composition • Explore the possibilities offered by digital photography • Prepare to work in a professional photography setting

Courses and Fees Introduction to Digital SLR Cameras (choose 1 CRN)

6 hours

CRN 50072

1 class

May 6

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

$129 + GST S

CRN 50549

1 class

June 11

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

U

Foundations of Photography, Level 1

20 hours

CRN 50007

May 16 – June 13

7 – 9:30 p.m.

T

May 27 – June 10

9 – 11:30 a.m.

S

8 classes

$299

Foundations of Photography, Level 2 CRN 50101 8 classes May 9 – 30 May 13 – June 10 No class June 6

20 hours 6:30 – 9 p.m. 9:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.

$299 T S

Digital Darkroom Basics

15 hours

$279

CRN 50097

5 classes

May 10 – June 7

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

W

May 26 May 27 May 29 June 1

10 hours 7 – 9 p.m. 1 – 4 p.m. 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 7 – 9 p.m.

$279 F S M R

May 12 May 13 May 15 May 17

10 hours 7 – 9 p.m. 1 – 4 p.m. 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 7 – 9 p.m

$229 F S M W

June 2 June 3 June 5 June 8 June 10 June 12 June 15

20 hours 7 – 9:30 p.m. 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 2 – 5 p.m. 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 7 – 9:30 p.m.

$479 F S M R S M R

15 hours

$239

Program Format

• Complete the 3 required courses, plus 2 optional courses (75 hours minimum) • Can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 2 years

mru.ca/photography

Choose a Minimum of 2 Optional Courses Black and White Photography CRN 50095

4 classes

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cearts@mtroyal.ca Close-Up Photography CRN 50552 4 classes

Portrait Photography Level 2 CRN 50384 7 classes

Wildlife Photography CRN 50376

5 classes

June 14 – 28

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

W

June 17 – 24

8 – 11 a.m.

S

Individual Photography Courses (not part of Certificate of Completion) 6 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

1 class

June 11

Introduction to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

4 hours

CRN 50551

5 – 9 p.m.

B Blended

H Hybrid

1 class

W Webinars

May 3

P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

$199 + GST U $119 + GST W

CONTINUING EDUCATION •

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Using Creative Lighting: Canon Speedlite Flash CRN 50550

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Arts and Design Visual Arts

Courses and Fees 20 hours

Drawing, Introductory

Courses C

CRN 50099

7 classes

Explore opportunities for creative expression and discover your inner artist. Give your art practice the dedication it deserves by developing your artistic skills and creating a portfolio. Beginners welcome.

Abstract Painting with Acrylics

mru.ca/visualarts

CRN 50555

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606

May 9 June 20

CRN 50554

6 classes

May 13 – June 24 May 18 – June 15

6 – 9 p.m. 8 hours

2 classes

June 10 – 11

5 classes

9 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. 15 hours

Botanical Drawing CRN 50556

9 a.m. – 12 p.m. 15 hours

Sketchbook CRN 50383

6 – 8 p.m. 18 hours

Working with Pastels 5 classes

6 – 9 p.m.

June 14 – July 12

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

$219 + GST T T $189 + GST S $189 + GST R $79 + GST S, U $149 + GST W

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Business Business Analysis

Courses and Fees

Extension Certificate C O

An Overview of Business Analysis (choose 1 CRN)

Organizations seek qualified business analysts to help enable change by defining business needs and recommending solutions that deliver real business value. Qualified business analysts are sought to define business needs, identify solutions, manage requirements and support continuous improvement efforts for organizational success.

CRN 50333

Online

May 1 – 29

CRN 50334

2 classes

June 2 – 3

Gain the foundational knowledge and skills to effectively understand business problems and opportunities, analyze needs and solutions, recommend strategies and facilitate stakeholder collaboration. Learn to model, analyze, communicate and manage requirements and other business analysis information. Be exposed to a variety of best practices, proven tools and industry-recognized techniques that can be immediately applied in a range of business environments. Courses follow the BABOK Guide v3. Mount Royal University Faculty of Continuing Education and Extension is proud to be an Endorsed Educational Provider (EEP™) of the IIBA®. All of the courses in the Business Analysis Extension Certificate are IIBA® endorsed courses and qualify towards the Professional Development hours required for CBAP™ certification or recertification. ®

2 classes

June 9 – 10

2 classes

May 12 – 13

Strategic Business Analysis CRN 50336

Online

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Business Process Modeling CRN 50211

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Specify and Model Requirements CRN 50335

15 hours

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$549 F, S $549 F, S $549 F, S

15 hours

$549

15 hours

$549

May 15 – June 12

Facilitation Skills for Business Analysts (choose 1 CRN) CRN 30752

2 classes

April 28 – 29

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F, S

CRN 50337

2 classes

June 2 – 3

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F, S

Plan and Manage Business Analysis Work (choose 1 CRN) 15 hours CRN 30964

2 classes

April 7 – 8

CRN 50338

Online

May 29 – June 26

Develop a Business Case (choose 1 CRN)

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

$549 F, S $549

CRN 30433

2 classes

April 21 – 22

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F, S

CRN 50219

2 classes

June 16 – 17

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F, S

15 hours

Business Analysis Perspectives CRN 50339

2 classes

June 23 – 24

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$549 F, S

Benefits

• Gain knowledge and skills to support or begin your career in business analysis • Earn a recognized credential to enhance your business analysis experience • Update your existing business analysis credentials • Learn industry-recognized techniques and best practices to perform business analysis work

Program Format

• Complete the 8 required courses (120 hours) • Can be completed within 2 semesters up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/businessanalysis

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CONTINUING EDUCATION •

C Classroom O Online

B Blended

H Hybrid

W Webinars

P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

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Business Business Process Management Extension Certificate C

The business process professional is a new and growing role in today’s competitive and rapidly changing business world. Acquire and refine the skills you need to help organizations analyze, design, implement and measure business processes. Learn the principles of business process management (BPM) by analyzing tools and techniques to optimize business processes and apply them to real-world situations. Gain foundational knowledge of process management and development, including how to implement improvements and facilitate change, as well as understanding process compliance and risk management.

Accounting Basics

Certificate of Completion C Gain a foundational knowledge of accounting principles, including accounting theory, hands-on practice and the application of accounting software. This flexible program provides you with both the theoretical accounting knowledge and the hands-on application of the accounting principles.

Benefits

• Gain a strong foundation in accounting principles • Earn a credential and enhance your skills • Learn computerized accounting for your professional or personal life • The Financial Accounting Fundamentals course can be applied to the Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP) program

Program Format

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Courses and Fees Introduction to Business Process Management

7.5 hours

CRN 50395

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

May 6

Business Process Modeling and Analysis

15 hours

CRN 50396

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

2 classes

May 12 – 13

15 hours

Business Process Improvement CRN 50397

2 classes

May 26 – 27

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

The Role of Technology in the Business Process Environment

15 hours

CRN 50287

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

2 classes

June 16 – 17

Strategies and Best Practices in Business Process Management 15 hours CRN 50399

2 classes

Benefits

June 23 – 24

• Prepare for a career in business process management • Learn to facilitate process improvement in your organization • Enhance your skills as a functional or project manager, business analyst or process owner • Complement your knowledge as a business analyst or systems analyst

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$329 S $469 F, S $469 F, S $469 F, S $469 F, S

Program Format

• Complete the 6 required courses (82.5 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/businessprocess

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Courses and Fees Financial Accounting Fundamentals CRN 50570 7 classes May 6 – 13 May 20 (no class) May 29 June 3 – 17 June 24

36 hours 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

$549 S

5:30 – 9:30 p.m. 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. 9 – 11 a.m.

M S S

Accounting Fundamentals Practice Set CRN 50571 5 classes May 25 June 1 – 15 June 22

12 hours 6 – 8 p.m. 6 – 9 p.m. 6 – 7 p.m.

$249 R R R

12 hours

$279

Optional Course (choose 2) MS Excel Level 1 (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50199

2 classes

May 13 – 14

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

CRN 50200

2 classes

May 15 – 16

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

M, T

18 hours

Simply Accounting Level 1

• Complete 2 required courses and 2 options (total 72 – 84 hours) • Can be completed in 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years

CRN 50017

mru.ca/accountingbasics

CRN 50023

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1 class

3 classes

June 9 – 11

18 hours

Simply Accounting Level 2 3 classes

June 16 – 18

3 classes

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 18 hours

QuickBooks Level 1 CRN 50022

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

June 23 – 25

Taxation Basics New – Coming Fall 2017 M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday

$329 F, S, U $329 F, S, U $329

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U

12 hours

$349


Contract Management Extension Certificate C O

Ensuring that contracts are managed strategically can be a challenge in any industry. Acquire the tools and techniques to streamline the contract management process for maximum results – from determining your company’s needs to final payment and beyond. This program is eligible towards Gold Seal Certification

Benefits

• Become proficient at initiating, negotiating, developing or managing contracts in a variety of organizations and industries • Acquire a thorough understanding of contract management principles and techniques you can apply immediately

Contract Management: Business Law Extension Certificate C O

Explore Canadian law as it applies to contracts. Review case studies and apply your knowledge to identify legal issues, determine the consequences and draft clauses to mitigate risks and find business advantages.

Courses and Fees Contract Management Overview CRN 50508 2 classes May 5 – 6 CRN 50404 Online May 1 – 29 Gathering Contract Requirements CRN 50406 Online May 15 – June 12 Negotiating Contracts CRN 50102 Online May 1 – 29 Contract Development and Signing CRN 50103 Online May 15 – June 12 Contract Management and Compliance CRN 50109 Online May 29 – June 26 Best Practices in Contract Management CRN 50173 Online May 29 – June 26

Program Format

• Complete the 6 required courses (90 hours) • Classroom version can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 5 years • Online version can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 5 years

Courses and Fees Contracts and Risk Management

15 hours

$489

15 hours

$489

15 hours

$489

15 hours

$489

15 hours

$489

15 hours

$489

mru.ca/contract

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15 hours

$489

CRN 50509 Online May 8 – June 5 The Impact of Business Structures on Contract Management 15 hours CRN 50510 Online May 29 – June 26

$489

mru.ca/businesslaw

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This program is eligible towards Gold Seal Certification.

Benefits

CONTINUING EDUCATION •

• Gain knowledge and techniques for working with contracts in your daily role • Learn to manage the contract lifecycle in-house • Ensure compliance with contract terms • Review contract management principles and techniques as they relate to Canadian law

Program Format

• Complete the 5 required courses (75 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 5 years C Classroom O Online

B Blended

H Hybrid

W Webinars

P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

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Business Entrepreneurship

Courses and Fees

Certificate of Completion C

Introduction to Small Business and the Entrepreneurial Mindset 7 hours

Develop and nurture the business and life skills you need in order to succeed in your new venture. This short program introduces you to the challenges and opportunities of being a small business owner. You will have the opportunity to critically examine and evaluate the viability of your business idea, learn strategies for starting up or purchasing a small business, and begin working on your business plan.

CRN 50073

1 class

May 6

CRN 70210

1 class

July 17

This program is eligible towards Blue Seal Certification.

Benefits

• Learn entrepreneurial skills in preparation for starting or expanding your business • Acquire skills to operate your home business • Strengthen your business management techniques for increased success • Gain skills for supporting entrepreneurs

Program Format

• Complete the 6 required courses (56 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

$189

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

S

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

M

Develop a Successful Marketing Plan (choose 1 CRN)

14 hours

$319

CRN 50074

2 classes

May 12–13

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F, S

CRN 70211

2 classes

July 18–19

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

T, W

Choosing Your Team and Managing Risk (choose 1 CRN) 7 hours CRN 50100

1 class

May 27

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

CRN 70212

1 class

July 20

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$189 S R

Managing Small Business Operations, Growth and Human Resources 7 hours

$189

CRN 50146

1 class

June 3

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

S

CRN 70213

1 class

July 24

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

M

Financial Planning and Management for Small Business 14 hours

$319

CRN 50147

2 classes

June 9 – 10

F, S

CRN 70214

2 classes

July 25 – 26

9 a.m. – 5 p.m. 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

T, W

Presenting Your Business Plan (choose 1 CRN)

7 hours

$189

CRN 50075

1 class

June 24

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

S

CRN 70215

1 class

July 27

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

R

Optional Course (not part of Entrepreneurship Certificate of Completion) 20 hours

Business Plan Assessment CRN 50475

$249 + GST

Independent Study May 2 – June 30

mru.ca/smallbusiness

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Lean Management and Continuous Improvement

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Courses and Fees

Extension Certificate C

CRN 50408

Be introduced to lean strategies and tools for organizational problem solving and lean performance improvement in nonmanufacturing environments.

Lean Tools CRN 50409

Benefits

CRN 50410

• Learn to lead or support lean culture change and continuous improvement in your organization • Prepare to implement operational and performance improvements in any field • Create value for customers by using fewer resources

15 hours

Lean Principles 2 classes

May 12 – 13

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

2 classes

May 26 – 27

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Lean Culture 2 classes

June 9 – 10

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Implementing and Sustaining Lean

15 hours

CRN 50411

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

2 classes

June 23 – 24

mru.ca/leanmanagement

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Program Format

• Complete the 4 required courses (60 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday

$469 F, S $469 F, S $469 F, S $469 F, S


Organizational Change Management Extension Certificate C B

Successful navigation in today’s fast-paced business landscape requires effective change leadership. Move forward and gain the highly sought-after change leadership skills necessary for successful organizational change initiatives.

Courses and Fees Change Management Fundamentals

15 hours

CRN 50284

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

May 12 – 13

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Leading and Implementing Change

15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

2 classes

June 2 – 3

15 hours

Managing and Sustaining Change

Benefits

CRN 50282

Certifications

15 hours

2 classes

CRN 50285

This program is eligible towards Blue Seal Certification.

Payroll

May 5 – 6

Preparing for Change CRN 50291

CRN 50288

• Acquire knowledge and techniques for leading or supporting change in your organization • Build organizational change management skills into your portfolio of professional skills • Prepare for a career that includes organizational change management in a variety of fields

2 classes

2 classes

June 9 – 10

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Leaders, Culture and Change Online & Classroom

June 19 – 24 June 23 June 24

$469 F, S $469 F, S $469 F,S $469 F, S $469

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.

F S

mru.ca/changemanagement

Program Format

• Complete the 5 required courses (75 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

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Courses and Fees

C

Certified payroll professionals are in demand in today’s market. Payroll is an essential function to any organization and the payroll professional’s role is becoming increasingly more complex. The Canadian Payroll Association’s (CPA’s) Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP) and Certified Payroll Manager (CPM) programs are recognized nationally as the standards of excellence for payroll training.

Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP)* - must be taken in this order 39 hours

Payroll Compliance Legislation CRN 50572

7 classes

May 6 – June 24

Payroll Fundamentals 1

C Classroom O Online

S

42 hours

$495**

Financial Accounting Fundamentals

36 hours

$549

*Equivalent to CPA’s Introduction to Accounting Prerequisite CRN 50570 7 classes May 6 – 13 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. May 29 5:30 – 9:30 p.m. June 3 – 17 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. June 24 9 – 11 a.m. 42 hours

S M S S $495**

Offered in Fall 2017 Certified Payroll Manager (CPM) Please see our website for more information on the CPM certification * See website for prerequisites ** Additional CPA registration fees apply

mru.ca/payroll

Program Format

• Each program can be completed within 12 – 18 months. Visit www.payroll.ca for requirements and complete details on earning the PCP and CPM certifications

B Blended

H Hybrid

W Webinars

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P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

CONTINUING EDUCATION •

• Prepare for a career in payroll management • Upgrade your existing skills by earning a recognized payroll management credential • Gain the compliance knowledge required to process an organization’s annual payroll cycle • Learn to contribute a payroll perspective to organizational policy and strategy discussions • Enhance your human resources, information systems or accounting role with payroll management knowledge

$495**

Offered in Fall 2017

Payroll Fundamentals 2

Benefits

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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Business Real Property Administrator® / Facilities Management Administrator® Professional Designations C

Courses and Fees - Courses offered at MRU*

Benefits

Program Format

• Please refer to the BOMI website bomicanada.com for total hours, fees, course information and requirements • Please book your exams at a Pearson Vue approved site: www6.pearsonvue.com

mru.ca/RPA

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Courses and Fees

Certificate of Completion

Relationship Sales Process and Methodology

C F

CRN 70123

The sales industry today requires competent sales professionals and managers who are able to use their skills effectively in all facets of the sales process. Gain the practical skills and confidence required in prospecting for new business, understanding clients’ needs and, most importantly, closing the sale.

2 classes

Aug. 16 – 17

Personal Sales Management Strategies CRN 70124

2 classes

Aug. 21 – 22

Professional Sales Fundamentals CRN 70125

2 classes

Aug. 23 – 24

Benefits

• Prepare for an entry-level sales position • Enhance your professional sales skills • Polish your customer relations techniques

Program Completion

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$1,419

bomicanada.com

Maximize the net income of any property, • Prepare for a career in commercial real be it one building or an entire portfolio. estate, leasing or asset management The Real Property Administrator (RPA®) • Learn about the administrative and and Facilities Management Administrator financial management side of property (FMA®) programs serve the educational management needs of third-party property managers and • Strengthen your knowledge of commercial corporate property managers. property management or facilities management

Sales Development

24 hours

Environmental Health and Safety Issues

CRN 50498 3 classes May 25 – 27 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. R, F, S *Additional courses required to earn your designation are offered only through BOMI Canada.

• Complete the 3 required courses (57 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years • Fast track format available in the summer: complete your certificate in only 1 week

mru.ca/sales

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M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday

16 hours

$410

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

W, R

16 hours

$410

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

M, T

15 hours

$329

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

W, R


Supply Chain Management

Extension Certificate C O F Supply chain management focuses on integration and partnerships in order to meet customers’ needs in a timely manner, with relevant, high-quality products that are produced and delivered in a cost-effective manner.

Fast Track Now Available!

• Classroom, online and fast-track courses can be chosen interchangeably throughout the program.

Benefits

• Acquire a broader understanding of how different parts of supply chains fit together • Gain knowledge and skills for distribution management, inventory control, e-business, strategic procurement and sourcing • Prepare for a career as a buyer, procurement specialist, contract administrator, transportation manager, or logistics and inventory manager • Apply for transfer credit towards the Supply Chain Management Alberta (SCMA) Diploma program • Receive transfer credit for 2 courses in the Advanced Supply Chain Management Extension Certificate

Program Format

Courses and Fees Introduction to Supply Chain Management (choose 1 CRN)

21 hours

CRN 50062

4 classes

May 2 – 9 May 6 – 13

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

CRN 50144

Online

May 8 – June 12

Procurement 1 (choose 1 CRN)

21 hours

CRN 50024

4 classes

May 23 – 30 May 27 – June 3

CRN 50505

Online

May 8 – June 12 21 hours

Inventory and Warehousing CRN 50181

4 classes

May 2 – 9 May 6 – 13

4 classes

May 23 – 30 May 27 – June 3

4 classes

June 6 – 13 June 10 – 17

4 classes

June 6 – 13 June 10 – 17

Contract Management Lifecycle CRN 50412

Online Online

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

T S $459 T S $459 T S $459 T S $459 T S $459 T S

21 hours

$459

21 hours

$459

May 22 – June 26

Transportation and Global Supply CRN 50413

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 21 hours

Technology and e-Procurement CRN 50507

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 8 – 5 p.m. 21 hours

Procurement 2 CRN 50506

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 21 hours

Planning and Scheduling CRN 50259

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$459

May 22 – June 26

• Complete the 10 required courses (198 hours) • Can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years

Effective Workplace Communication (choose 1 CRN)

15 hours

$420

CRN 50012 CRN 50233 CRN 50329

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

M, T M, T

mru.ca/cesupplychain

Negotiating Contracts

15 hours

$489

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CRN 50102

2 classes 2 classes Online Online

May 8 – 9 June 12 – 13 May 8 – June 9 May 1 – 29

CONTINUING EDUCATION •

C Classroom O Online

B Blended

H Hybrid

W Webinars

P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

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Business Advanced Supply Chain Management Extension Certificate O

This program presents a comprehensive yet practical approach to supply chain management. Gain knowledge and skills in production planning, logistics management, purchasing, inventory management, material handling, transportation, enterprise resource planning and global logistics.

Benefits

• Advance your knowledge and skills in the supply chain management industry • Formalize your supply chain education and obtain a recognized credential • Build your knowledge of supply chain management functional areas • Acquire professional development that can be applied towards a supply chain designation

Courses and Fees Coming in Fall 2017

Transfer Credit

May be eligible for transfer credit into: • Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) • CITT - Certified Logistics Professional (CCLP) • Certified Professional Logistician (P.Log.) • MRU Bachelor of Business Administration – Concentration in Supply Chain Management

Program Format

• Complete the 9 required courses (351 hours) • Can be completed within 1.5 years, up to a maximum of 4 years

mru.ca/advancedscm

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Kofi Wiafe

Supply Chain Extension Certificate Graduate “I had a job. Basically everything was great.” Kofi recalls. “But, I was looking for more. I didn’t want to get stuck in a position where there was no growth and no opportunities.” He approached his manager who suggested MRU’s Supply Chain Management courses. Within two short years, he completed his certification requirements. “Committing yourself to a program while working full-time really shows the type of drive a person has,” he notes. “Trust me, there were roadblocks, but I just kept on pushing.” Kofi explains, “Sometimes it’s really easy to quit. You’ve got to let your fears go and take the next steps.” MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY •

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“It’s all worth it,” Kofi suggests. “This transition has given me financial benefits, room for opportunity for my future and peace of mind.”

M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday


Communications and Marketing Digital Communications

Extension Certificate C O Gain practical, hands-on exposure to digital communications strategies and tactics for the 21st century. Developed and taught by industry experts, this certificate provides you with current, in-demand knowledge and skills in the growing field of digital communications.

Benefits

• Advance your knowledge and skills in marketing and communications into this new discipline • Earn a recognized credential to increase your career prospects • Prepare to enter the field of digital marketing and communications • Enhance your understanding of digital marketing to help you supervise marketers or communications specialists

Program Format

• Complete the 3 required courses, plus 45 hours of optional courses (87 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/digitalcommunications

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Courses and Fees Foundations of Social Media for Business (choose 1 CRN) 12 hours $379 CRN 50581 Online May 1 – 28 CRN 50292 4 classes June 6 – 15 6 – 9 p.m. T, R Search Engine Marketing (SEM) 15 hours $349 CRN 50350 2 classes June 3 – 10 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. S Writing and Editing for Digital Media 15 hours $409 CRN 50252 Online May 1 – 29 Choose 45 Hours of Optional Courses Social Media Strategy CRN 50594 Online May 29 – June 25 Online Community Engagement Offered in Fall 2017 Social Media Analytics and Optimization Offered in Fall 2017 Social Media for Public Relations Offered in Fall 2017 Content Marketing Strategy CRN 50240 5 classes June 12 – 26 Facebook for Business CRN 50451 1 class June 20 Twitter for Business CRN 50242 1 class June 7 Introduction to Google Analytics CRN 50512 1 class June 27 Managing Content for Social Media CRN 50348 1 class Blogging for Business Offered in Fall 2017 LinkedIn for Business

May 24

C Classroom O Online

B Blended

H Hybrid

W Webinars

$409

12 hours

$379

12 hours

$379

24 hours

$389

15 hours 6 – 9 p.m. 3 hours 6 – 9 p.m. 3 hours 6 – 9 p.m. 3 hours 6 – 9 p.m.

$409 M, W $115 T $115 W $115 T

3 hours 6 – 9 p.m. 5 hours

$115 W $149

3 hours

$115

3 hours

$115

3 hours

$115

3 hours

$115

3 hours

$115

24 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 24 hours 6 – 9 p.m. 12 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 3 hours 6 – 9 p.m. 3 hours 6 – 9 p.m.

P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

$459 S $459 T, R $239 S, U S, U $239 S, U $115 T $115 W

CONTINUING EDUCATION •

Offered in Fall 2017 Brand Reputation Management Offered in Fall 2017 Social Media Advertising Offered in Fall 2017 YouTube for Business Offered in Fall 2017 Using Video with Social Media Offered in Fall 2017 Illustrator 1 CRN 50240 4 classes Apr. 29 – May 27 Photoshop 1 CRN 50226 8 classes May 2 – 25 Introduction to WordPress (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50237 2 classes May 27 – 28 CRN 50421 2 classes June 10 – 11 WordPress for Business CRN 50273 2 classes June 24 – 25 Facebook for Business CRN 50451 1 class June 20 Twitter for Business CRN 50242 1 class June 7

15 hours

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Communications and Marketing Digital Content Creation

Extension Certificate C O

Acquire practical, in-demand skills for developing a content strategy and writing, editing and delivering interesting content to attract and engage audiences. The explosion of online, social media and mobile technologies in recent years is changing how we use and interact with digital media, creating incredible new opportunities and challenges. Content has become a central component of marketing and strategic communication plans.

Benefits

• Build a career as a digital content specialist • Shift your professional writing career into digital content creation • Enhance your talents in social media, blogging or journalism

Program Format

• Complete the 5 required courses plus 30 hours of optional courses (90 – 93 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/digitalcontent

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Courses and Fees Introduction to Digital Graphic Design CRN 50417 6 classes May 1 – 17 Choose either Social Media Analytics and Optimization Offered in Fall 2017 OR Search Engine Marketing (SEM) CRN 50350 2 classes June 3 – 10 Writing and Editing for Digital Media CRN 50252 Online May 1– 29 Content Marketing Strategy CRN 50420 5 classes June 12 – 26 Managing Content for Social Media CRN 50348 1 class May 24 Choose 30 Hours of Optional Courses Social Media Strategy CRN 50594 Online May 29 – June 25 Social Media for Public Relations Offered in Fall 2017 Online Community Engagement Offered in Fall 2017 Facebook for Business CRN 50451 1 class June 20 Twitter for Business CRN 50242 1 class June 7 Using Video with Social Media Offered in Fall 2017 Blogging for Business Offered in Fall 2017 LinkedIn for Business Offered in Fall 2017 YouTube for Business Offered in Fall 2017 Illustrator 1 CRN 50240 4 classes April 29 – May 27 Photoshop 1 CRN 50226 8 classes May 2 – May 25 InDesign 1 CRN 50416 2 classes May 7 – 14 Introduction to WordPress (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50237 2 classes May 27 – 27 CRN 50421 2 classes June 10 – 11 Business Skills and Portfolio Creation for Digital Design Offered in Fall 2017 Foundations of Photography, Level I CRN 50007 8 classes May 16 – June 13

18 hours 6 – 9 p.m.

$309 M, W

12 hours

$379

15 hours $349 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. S 15 hours $409 15 hours 6 – 9 p.m. 3 hours 6 – 9 p.m.

$409 M, W $115 W

15 hours

$409

24 hours

$389

12 hours

$379

3 hours 6 – 9 p.m. 3 hours 6 – 9 p.m. 3 hours

$115 T $115 W $115

5 hours

$149

3 hours

$115

3 hours

$115

24 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 24 hours 6 – 9 p.m. 15 hours 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. 12 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 18 hours

$459 S $459 T, R $309 U $239 S, U S, U $299

20 hours 7 – 9:30 p.m.

$299 T

May 27 – June 10 9 – 11:30 a.m. Digital Darkroom Basics CRN 50097 5 classes Editing Fundamentals CRN 50515 5 classes

May 10 – June 7 May 2 – 16 May 4 – 18

Copyediting and Proofreading Offered in Fall 2017

M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday

15 hours 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 15 hours 6 – 9 p.m. 6 – 9 p.m. 20 hours

S $279 W $409 M R $439


Enhanced Speaking Skills for Internationally Educated Professionals Certificate of Completion

C

This three-part series enables you to gain valuable tools and skills to enhance your confidence and clarity when speaking in English. Refining your pronunciation, realize the potential of your voice and develop strategies and awareness to communicate effectively.

Courses and Fees Refining Your Pronunciation CRN 50523 1 class

May 3

Finding Your Voice May 9 – 11

CRN 50524 2 classes Delivering Your Message CRN 50525 2 classes

May 13 May 27

3 hours 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

$89 W

6 hours

$189

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 9 hours 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

T, R $279 S S

15 hours

$249

30 hours

$375

30 hours

$375

30 hours

$375

30 hours

$375

30 hours

$375

9 hours

$315

mru.ca/enhancedspeaking

403.440.6013 | 1.888.392.3655

Benefits

• Develop and practice correct intonation and thought gaps • Develop and practice pronunciation strategies to be better understood by others • Create a more thoughtful and organized manner of speaking effectively

Program Delivery

• Complete the 3 required courses (18 hours) • The program can be completed in 1 semester, with a maximum of 2 years to complete

Event Management Extension Certificate C O

Prepare for a career in event management with the skills you need to manage events of all sizes. Gain practical skills and professional knowledge to successfully organize, promote and execute any type of event. The Event Management program is a recognized member of the International Live Events Association (ILEA).

Benefits

Program Format

• Complete the 7 required courses (174 hours) • Can be completed within 3 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/eventmanagement

403.440.6013 | 1.888.392.3655

C Classroom O Online

B Blended

H Hybrid

W Webinars

P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

CONTINUING EDUCATION •

• Prepare to become a professional event manager • Enhance your job or volunteer responsibilities for planning and organizing events • Earn a professional credential

Courses and Fees - Complete in this Order Introduction to Event Planning CRN 50035 Online May 1 – 29 Resource Management for Event Planning CRN 50034 Online May 29 – June 26 Event Logistics CRN 50058 Online May 1 – 29 Event Risk Management CRN 50078 Online May 1 – 29 Event Marketing CRN 50079 Online May 15 – June 12 Event Production CRN 50094 Online May 1 – 29 Event Management: Final Project CRN 50057 Online May 29 – June 26

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Communications and Marketing Marketing and Strategic Communications Extension Certificate C

Gain practical, hands-on exposure to marketing strategies, tactics and best practices for the 21st century. Developed and taught by industry experts, this program provides you with current, indemand knowledge and skills to inform strategic marketing decisions.

Benefits

• Prepare to enter the field of marketing and communications • Advance your marketing and communications career • Obtain a recognized credential • Build your knowledge and skills for today’s strategic marketing world

Courses and Fees Foundations of Social Media for Business (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50581

Online

May 1 – 28

CRN 50292

4 classes

June 6 – 15

Digital Marketing Research CRN 50239

5 classes

May 8 – 24

Word of Mouth Marketing (WOMM) CRN 50351 5 classes Content Marketing Strategy CRN 50240 5 classes

May 24 – June 7 June 12 – 26

Marketing and Strategic Communications

12 hours

$379

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

15 hours

$409

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

15 hours

$409

6 – 9 p.m. 15 hours 6 – 9 p.m.

M, W $409 M, W

15 hours

$409

15 hours

$409

15 hours

$409

Offered in Fall 2017 Brand Strategy Offered in Fall 2017 Integrated Marketing and Communications Offered in Fall 2017

Program Format

• Complete the 7 required courses (102 hours) • Can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/cemarketing

403.440.6636 | 1.888.392.3655

Marketing and Events Skills

Courses and Fees Introduction to Event Planning (choose 1 CRN)

Certificate of Completion C O

This short, practical program provides you with the knowledge and tools to help your organization’s marketing and event planning efforts.

Benefits

MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY •

19

15 hours

$239

CRN 50041

Online

May 2 – 24

CRN 50062

5 classes

May 3 – 17

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

T, R

CRN 50654

2 classes

June 2 – 3

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

R, F

Foundations of Social Media for Business

12 hours

$369

CRN 50435

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

15 hours

$399

Choose 2 Optional Courses 4 classes

June 7 – 16

• Enhance your job skills that require event planning • Boost your techniques in marketing and social media • Acquire marketing and event planning skills and knowledge for career advancement

Offered in Fall 2017 Introduction to WordPress (choose 1 CRN)

12 hours

$219

CRN 50343

2 classes

May 28 – 29

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

Program Format

CRN 50601

2 classes

June 11 – 12

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

Marketing and Strategic Communications

• Complete 1 required course, plus 2 optional courses (39 or 42 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/marketingevents

403.440.6636 | 1.888.392.3655

M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday


Social Media for Business

Extension Certificate C O Learn to use social media platforms to become an active, collaborative social media contributor and drive results in line with your business objectives.

Benefits

• Prepare for a career in social media or marketing • Gain skills and knowledge for your social media responsibilities • Earn a recognized credential

Courses and Fees Foundations of Social Media for Business (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50581 Online May 1 – 28 CRN 50292 4 classes June 6 – 15 Social Media Final Project CRN 50513 Online May 29 – June 25 Social Media Strategy CRN 50594 Online May 29 – June 25 Online Community Engagement Offered in Fall 2017 Social Media Analytics and Optimization Offered in Fall 2017

12 hours

$379

6 – 9 p.m. 21 hours

T, R $459

15 hours

$409

12 hours

$379

12 hours

$379

Program Format

• Complete the 5 required courses (72 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/socialmediabusiness

403.440.6636 | 1.888.392.3655

Social Media Basics

Courses and Fees

Certificate of Completion C

Facebook for Business

This short, affordable, hands-on program introduces social media platforms and tactics that you can put to work immediately. Developed and taught by social media experts, it provides you with timely, in-demand social media knowledge and skills.

CRN 50451

Benefits

3 hours 1 class

June 20

1 class

June 7

3 hours

Twitter for Business CRN 50242

1 class

June 27

CRN 50348

1 class

6 – 9 p.m. 3 hours

Managing Content for Social Media

• Advance your social media knowledge, skills and career opportunities • Learn social media tactics for your small business or nonprofit organization • Create a compelling social media presence or blog

6 – 9 p.m. 3 hours

Introduction to Google Analytics CRN 50512

6 – 9 p.m.

May 24

Blogging for Business

6 – 9 p.m.

$115 T $115 W $115 T $115 W

5 hours

$149

3 hours

$115

3 hours

$115

3 hours

$115

3 hours

$115

3 hours

$115

Offered in Fall 2017 LinkedIn for Business Offered in Fall 2017

Program Format

Offered in Fall 2017

mru.ca/smbasics

Offered in Fall 2017

403.440.6636 | 1.888.392.3655

Brand Reputation Management Social Media Advertising YouTube for Business Offered in Fall 2017 Using Video with Social Media Offered in Fall 2017

C Classroom O Online

B Blended

H Hybrid

W Webinars

P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

CONTINUING EDUCATION •

• Complete a minimum 15 hours of courses (15 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

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Communications and Marketing Public Relations

Extension Certificate C O Learn from PR professionals in diverse industries and gain relevant information and skills to communicate, design and implement public relations projects in any organization.

Benefits

• Develop your professional public relations skills • Advance your career in PR • Earn a recognized credential

Program Format

• Complete the 6 required courses, plus 30 hours of optional courses (120 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 2 years

Courses and Fees Introduction to Public Relations CRN 50076 5 classes May 2 – 16 Writing and Editing for Public Relations CRN 50526 5 classes May 23 – June 6 Strategic Communication Planning CRN 50093 5 classes May 29 – June 12

15 hours 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 15 hours 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 15 hours 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

$389 T, R $389 T, R $389 M, W

Choose 30 Hours of Optional Courses Community and Stakeholder Relations CRN 50217 1 class June 3 Crisis Communications CRN 50527 2 classes May 6 – 13 Government Relations CRN 50216 1 class June 10

7.5 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 7.5 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$219 S $389 S $219 S

mru.ca/publicrelations

403.440.6013 | 1.888.392.3655

Professional Editing Extension Certificate C O

This program is ideal for good communicators who wish to acquire an understanding of the standards, skills and tools of professional editors. Through presentations, readings, editing practice and discussion, you will gain a foundation for a fascinating career in the world of editing.

Benefits

• Prepare for a career in editing • Enhance your professional writing and editing skills • Earn a recognized credential

Courses and Fees Grammar and Punctuation Essentials CRN 50227 3 classes May 5 – 19 Editing Fundamentals CRM 50515 5 classes May 2 – 16 May 4 – 18 Copyediting and Proofreading Offered in Fall 2017 Writing and Editing for Digital Media CRN 50252 Online May 1 – 29 Editing Portfolio CRN 50302 5 classes May 2 – 30

Program Format

• Complete the 6 required courses, plus 15 hours of optional courses (119 hours) • Can be completed within 3 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/professionalediting

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M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday

15 hours $339 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. F 15 hours $409 6 – 9 p.m. M 6 – 9 p.m. R 20 hours $429 15 hours

$409

15 hours 6 – 9 p.m.

$409 T


Technical Writing

Extension Certificate C O Develop highly sought-after technical writing skills using the latest tools, methods and key software programs.

Benefits

• Prepare to enter the field of technical writing for science, technology, education, oil and gas, business communications, web-based publishing, freelance writing and editing, and more • Advance your technical writing knowledge and skills • Earn a credential

Program Format

• Complete the 10 required courses, plus 22.5 hours of optional courses (172.5 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/technicalwriting

403.440.6013 | 1.888.287.8001

Writing and Editing for Business Certificate of Completion C Whether you are asked to write for the workplace, or are just exploring creative writing aspirations, having the ability to deliver clear, concise material will save endless rewrite hours. Revisit the basics of grammar, different writing styles and how to organize your thoughts for effective writing.

Courses and Fees Foundations of Technical Communication CRN 50250 Online May 1 – June 5 Advanced Microsoft Word for Writers and Editors CRN 50238 Online May 29 – June 26 Editing Basics for Technical Documents CRN 50516 Online May 29 – June 26 Producing Software Specifications CRN 50251 Online May 16 – June 26 Site Architecture for Online Media CRN 50518 Online May 8 – June 5 Design and Authoring for Online Media CRN 50519 Online May 8 – June 5 Writing User Guides CRN 50303 Online May 15 – June 12 Documentation Project Management CRN 50521 Online May 29 – June 26 Choose 22.5 Hours of Optional Courses Grammar and Punctuation Essentials CRN 50227 3 classes May 5 – 19 Effective Business Writing CRN 50223 Online May 2 – 30 Writing and Editing for Digital Media CRN 50252 Online May 1 – 29

Courses and Fees Grammar and Punctuation Essentials CRN 50227 3 classes May 5 – 19 Effective Business Writing CRN 50223 Online Editing Fundamentals CRN 50515 5 classes

18 hours

$429

15 hours

$289

15 hours

$409

15 hours

$409

15 hours

$409

15 hours

$409

15 hours

$409

12 hours

$359

15 hours $339 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. F 15 hours $409 15 hours

$409

15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

$339 F $409

15 hours 6 – 9 p.m. 6 – 9 p.m.

$409 M R

May 2 – 30 May 2 – 16 May 4 – 18

Benefits

CONTINUING EDUCATION •

• Increase your marketability in the workplace. • Update your knowledge of grammar and punctuation pitfalls • Learn more about the professional editing industry

Program Format

• Complete the 3 required courses (45 hours) • Program can be completed in 1 semester, with a maximum of 2 years to complete

mru.ca/writingediting 403.440.6013 | 1.888.392.3655 C Classroom O Online

B Blended

H Hybrid

W Webinars

P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

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Photos by Tracy Elliot

Transitional Vocational Program Fostering personal, professional and academic growth for adults with developmental disabilities since 1980.

MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY •

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FULL–TIME PROGRAM

PART–TIME COURSES

Employment Preparation Certificate – full-time Sept. – Aug. Supports students to find and maintain entry-level competitive employment.

• Computer Literacy Classes • Digital Photography • Eating Right, Living Right • Financial Literacy • Learner’s License Test Preparation • First Aid Class

Employment Assistance - Sept. – Aug. Provides continued support to graduates of the Employment Preparation Certificate

403.440.6872 | tvp@mtroyal.ca | mru.ca/TVP

M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday


Community Addiction Studies

Courses and Fees

Extension Certificate O

Drugs and the Brain

Enhance your understanding of current addiction approaches and trends. Learn about the issues of prevention, treatment, youth, physical and psychological addiction, mental health and family dynamics. This comprehensive program is designed for professionals and para-professionals in the human service field, as well as those interested in addiction studies.

CRN 50244

Benefits

• Gain valuable skills and knowledge of the processes of addiction and recovery for personal interest or to further your health and human service career • Explore current practices in the field of addiction treatment and prevention • Understand addiction issues as they relate to the fields of health, mental health, social work, human resources and law enforcement

Online

Addiction Prevention CRN 50243

Online

$375

20 hours

$375

20 hours

$375

May 23 – June 20

Addiction and Concurrent Mental Health Disorders CRN 50565

20 hours May 8 – June 5

Online

June 12 – July 10

mru.ca/addictionstudies

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cehealth@mtroyal.ca

Program Format

• Complete the 6 required courses (120 hours) • Can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years • You may take individual courses for general interest

Police Studies

Courses and Fees

Extension Certificate O

Interpersonal Relationship Skills

Acquire theoretical and practical skills and explore a range of intervention strategies at various stages of the justice process. The program emphasizes skill development, essential attitudes and personal qualities that facilitate the application of justice.

CRN 50129

Online

Trends and Issues in Policing CRN 50145

Online

48 hours

$609

48 hours

$609

Apr. 18 – June 23 Apr. 18 – June 23

Benefits

• Study emerging trends and issues in Canadian policy • Develop valuable strategies to enhance your new or emerging career • Gain theory and practical knowledge about the justice and policing fields CONTINUING EDUCATION •

Program Format

• Complete the 6 required courses (288 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/policestudies

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cehealth@mtroyal.ca

C Classroom O Online

B Blended

H Hybrid

W Webinars

P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

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Community Child and Youth Human Rights

Extension Certificate O

Courses and Fees Participation Rights: Child and Youth Responsible Citizenship 15 hours CRN 50071

Online

$309

May 23 – June 17

Become an advocate for child and youth human rights through this online program that focuses on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC).

Benefits

• Gain an understanding of the major themes of the CRC: promotion, protection, participation and provision • Enhance your skills and understanding of human rights issues when working with children and youth

Program Format

• Complete the 4 required courses (60 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/childrights

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cehealth@mtroyal.ca

Children’s Mental Health

Courses and Fees

Extension Certificate O

The Child's Social and Environmental Conditions

Be proactive in the promotion of children’s mental health, provide support to children and families dealing with mental health problems, and explore strategies to promote children’s mental health in the community.

CRN 50502 CRN 50387

Online

June 5 – 30

• Learn to provide appropriate support for children with mental health issues • Enhance your skills and knowledge as a health and human service professional or K–12 education professional • Expand your understanding of the complex factors that affect children’s mental health

Program Format

MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY •

25

15 hours

$309

15 hours

$309

May 8 – June 2

Framework for Healthy Development Online

$309

May 8 – June 2

Systems in Mental Health and Education

CRN 50389

Benefits

Online

15 hours

• Complete the 9 required courses (135 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/childrenshealth

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cehealth@mtroyal.ca

M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday


Funeral Service

Courses and Fees

Programs – Application Required

Introduction to Funeral Service (choose 1 CRN)

14 hours

O B P

CRN 50160

2 classes

May 27 – 28

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Mount Royal University offers 3 funeral service programs: Funeral Service Diploma, Funeral Director Certificate and Embalmer Certificate.

CRN 70160

2 classes

July 15 – 16

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

S, U

CRN 70284

2 classes

Aug. 19 – 20

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

S, U

Graduates are prepared for licensing in Alberta by the Alberta Funeral Services Regulatory Board.

$219 + GST S, U

First Aid and CPR Certification Standard first aid and CPR certification may be required as part of your Funeral Service education. Visit Mount Royal Recreation at www.mru.ca/recreation or call 403.440.6517

Benefits

• Flexible programs and schedules that meet your needs • Instructor-led, interactive online courses • Programs can be started in September or January • Stay in your community while earning a university credential • Student support and resources to help you succeed

Delivery

Funeral Service Diploma (1832 hours) • Study full-time or part-time • Can be completed full-time within 1 year or part-time within 6 years Funeral Director Certificate (1800 hours) • Study part-time • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 6 years Embalmer Certificate (450 hours) • Study part-time • Complete in a minimum of 1 year, up to a maximum of 6 years

Visit mru.ca/funeral for application details

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606

CONTINUING EDUCATION •

C Classroom O Online

B Blended

H Hybrid

W Webinars

P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

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Computers and Technology Accounting Software

Certificate of Completion C Combining popular business accounting software with an understanding of basic accounting concepts, this program gives you the tools to get started in bookkeeping.

Benefits

• Learn computerized accounting for your professional or personal life • Update your skills and earn a credential • Gain knowledge and techniques valued in any office setting • Learn bookkeeping skills to support your small business

Courses and Fees Accounting Principles for Computers CRN 50016 2 classes June 3 – 4 Simply Accounting, Level 1 CRN 50017 3 classes June 9 – 11 Simply Accounting, Level 2

12 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 18 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 18 hours

$279 S, U $329 F, S, U $329

CRN 50023 3 classes QuickBooks, Level 1 CRN 50022 3 classes

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 18 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U $329 F, S, U

June 16 – 18 June 23 – 25

Program Format

• Complete the 4 required courses (66 hours) • You may take individual courses without earning the certificate • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 5 years

mru.ca/compaccounting

403.440.5012 | 1.888.392.3655

Computer Essentials

Extension Certificate C Explore computer terminology and become familiar with your computer. Understand the importance of computer security and how to protect your data and personal information. Learn the fundamentals of Microsoft Windows, as well as the most common office software package Microsoft Office.

Benefits

• Learn computer skills valuable in any office environment • Prepare to rejoin the workforce • Update your skills and earn a credential MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY •

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Program Format

• Complete the 8 required courses (90 hours) • You may take individual courses without earning the certificate • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 5 years

Courses and Fees Cyber Smart, Cyber Safe CRN 50583 4 classes Windows Basics CRN 50188 2 classes File Management Basics CRN 50236 2 classes MS Outlook (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50197 2 classes CRN 50529 2 classes MS Word, Level 1 (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50202 6 classes CRN 50536 3 classes MS Excel, Level 1 (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50199 2 classes CRN 50200 2 classes MS PowerPoint, Level 1 CRN 50205 2 classes

May 9 – 18 May 1 – 2 May 2 – 4 May 4 – 5 May 6 – 7 May 9 – 25 May 10 – 12 May 13 – 14 May 15 – 16 May 23 – 24

mru.ca/office

403.440.5012 | 1.888.392.3655

M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday

12 hours 6 – 9 p.m. 12 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 6 hours 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 12 hours

$279 T, R $279 M, T $169 T, R $279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 18 hours 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12 hours

R, F S, U $329 T, R W, R, F $279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U M, T $279 T, W


MS Office Pro

Extension Certificate C Rejoin the workforce by updating your computer skills with this in-depth certificate. Develop a higher level of efficiency with the Microsoft Office suites.

Benefits

• Gain a higher level of efficiency with Microsoft Office software • Learn more advanced applications for Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access programs • Prepare to rejoin the workforce

Program Format

• Complete the 9 required courses, plus 1 optional course (132 – 141 hours) • You may take individual courses without earning the certificate • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 5 years

mru.ca/officepro

Courses and Fees MS Word, Level 1 (choose 1 CRN)

18 hours

CRN 50202

6 classes

May 9 – 25

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

CRN 50536

3 classes

May 10 – 12

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 18 hours

MS Word, Level 2 CRN 50212

3 classes

June 5 – 7

MS Excel, Level 1 (choose 1 CRN)

T, R W, R, F $329 M, T, W $279

CRN 50199

2 classes

May 13 – 14

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

CRN 50200

2 classes

May 15 – 16

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

M, T

12 hours

$279

MS Excel, Level 2 (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50198

2 classes

June 1 – 2

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

R, F

CRN 50201

2 classes

June 3 – 4

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$279

MS Excel, Level 3 CRN 50025

2 classes

June 26 – 27

MS PowerPoint, Level 1 CRN 50205

2 classes

May 23 – 24

CRN 50528

3 classes

June 12 – 14

2 classes

June 21 – 22

Business Project, Level 2 CRN 50210

M, T $279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

T, W

2 classes

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12 hours

Business Project, Level 1 CRN 50209

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12 hours 18 hours

MS Access, Level 1

403.440.5012 or 1.888.392.3655

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12 hours

$329

June 29 – 30

$319 M, T, W $279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

W, R

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

R, F

6 hours

$189

12 hours

$369

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

M, T

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

R, F

Choose 1 Optional Course MS PowerPoint, Level 2 Offered in Fall 2017 MS Project CRN 50423

2 classes

June 19 – 20

MS Outlook (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50197

2 classes

May 4 – 5

CRN 50529

2 classes

May 6 – 7

Advanced Microsoft Word for Writers and Editors

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

15 hours

$289

Offered in Fall 2017

CONTINUING EDUCATION •

C Classroom O Online

B Blended

H Hybrid

W Webinars

P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

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Computers and Technology MS Excel

Courses and Fees

Certificate of Completion C Discover the basics of an electronic spreadsheet. Explore the variety of Excel's built-in functions. This certificate of completion will cover mathematical, statistical, financial, date and time, text, logical and lookup functions.

Benefits

• Practice entering data, creating formulas, formatting, using references, cut/copy/ paste and AutoFill • Learn advanced applications in the Excel program • Prepare to rejoin the workforce

MS Excel Level 1 (choose 1 CRN)

12 hours

$279

CRN 50199

2 classes

May 13 – 14

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

CRN 50200

2 classes

May 15 – 16

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

M, T

12 hours

$279

MS Excel Level 2 (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50198

2 classes

June 1 – 2

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

R, F

CRN 50201

2 classes

June 3 – 4

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$279

2 classes

June 26 – 27

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

M, T

2 classes

May 1 – 2

MS Excel Level 3 CRN 50025

Program Format

• Complete the 3 required courses (36 hours) • You may take individual courses without earning the certificate • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 5 years

mru.ca/office

403.440.5012 | 1.888.392.3655

Introductory

Courses and Fees

Courses C

Windows Basics

mru.ca/computers/intro

CRN 50188

403.440.5012 | 1.888.392.3655

Cyber Smart, Cyber Safe CRN 50583

4 classes

May 9 – 18

File Management Basics CRN 50236

2 classes

May 2 – 4

MS Outlook (choose 1 CRN)

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Mac

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

M, T

12 hours

$279

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

6 hours

$169

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

T, R

12 hours

$279

CRN 50197

2 classes

May 4 – 5

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

R, F

CRN 50529

2 classes

May 6 – 7

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

1 class

May 28

Courses and Fees

Courses C

Mac Basics

mru.ca/computers/mac

CRN 50422

6 hours

403.440.5012 | 1.888.392.3655

M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

$149 + GST U


Digital Graphic Design Extension Certificate C

Learn the artistic, technical and business aspects of graphic design. Develop your creative talents, learn leading software programs and explore the principles of visual design to create an outstanding portfolio.

Benefits

• Prepare for a career as a graphic designer • Explore digital graphic design for personal or professional development • Learn about creating and editing digital images • Enhance your graphics design knowledge and skills as part of your marketing role

Program Format

• Complete the 7 required courses, plus 15 hours of optional courses (168 hours) • You may take individual courses without earning the certificate • Complete in a minimum of 1 year, up to a maximum of 5 years

Courses and Fees Introduction to Digital Graphic Design CRN 50417 6 classes May 1 – 17 Illustrator 1 CRN 50415 4 classes April 29 – May 27 Photoshop 1 CRN 50226 8 classes May 2 – 25 InDesign 1 CRN 50416 2 classes May 7 – 14 Illustrator 2 CRN 50418 4 classes June 3 – 24 Photoshop 2 CRN 50419 8 classes June 6 – 29 InDesign 2 CRN 50175 4 classes June 4 – 25

18 hours $309 6 – 9 p.m. M, W 24 hours $459 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. S 24 hours $459 6 – 9 p.m. T, R 15 hours $309 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. U 24 hours $459 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. S 24 hours $459 6 – 9 p.m. T, R 24 hours $459 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. U

Choose 15 hours of optional courses Acrobat for Graphic Design Offered in Fall 2017 Business Skills and Portfolio Creation for Graphic Design Offered in Fall 2017

15 hours

$299

18 hours

$299

mru.ca/graphicdesign

403.440.5012 | 1.888.392.3655

Video Production

Courses and Fees

Certificate of Completion C

Intro to Drones and GoPros

Explore production techniques and gain hands-on experience with modern video equipment, including GoPros and UAVs (drones). Gain deep insight into career opportunities and markets for this burgeoning field.

CRN 50533

Benefits

4 classes

12 hours May 23 – June 1

Shoot Quality Videos CRN 50534

4 classes

June 5 – 14

Final Cut Pro CRN 50535

4 classes

June 19 – 28

$299

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

12 hours

$299

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

12 hours

$299

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

• Understand the appropriate use and skill required to operate GoPro cameras and a drone • Identify government requirements surrounding the use of drones • Use video editing software to produce a video suitable for online presentations

Program Format

CONTINUING EDUCATION •

• Complete the 3 required courses (36 hours) • You may take individual courses without earning the certificate • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 5 years

mru.ca/computers

403.440.5012 | 1.888.392.3655

C Classroom O Online

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H Hybrid

W Webinars

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Computers and Technology Web Designer

Courses and Fees

Extension Certificate C

HTML and CSS

With a focus on web design, valuable business skills and opportunities for portfolio development, this certificate offers a unique education that truly meets the needs of today’s web professional.

CRN 50420

Benefits

• Prepare for a career as a web designer • Explore web design for personal or professional development • Enhance your web design knowledge and skills as part of your marketing role

Program Format

• Complete the 6 required courses (123 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 5 years

5 classes

April 30 – May 14

4 classes

May 23 – June 1

Advanced CSS CRN 50530 Photoshop I CRN 50226

8 classes

May 2 – 25

JavaScript and JQuery CRN 50531

4 classes

May 27 – June 4

Site Design and Portfolio Creation CRN 50532

8 classes

June 5 – 28

Web Design Final Project

30 hours

$449

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$299

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

24 hours

$459

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

24 hours

$399

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

24 hours

$399

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

24 hours

$399

Offered in Fall '17

mru.ca/webdesigner

403.440.5012 | 1.888.392.3655

WordPress

Courses and Fees

Certificate of Completion C

Introduction to WordPress (choose 1 CRN)

12 hours

$239

Create, edit and update your own beautiful and functional website with WordPress. Learn best practices in site design, as well as understanding the business and marketing opportunities WordPress offers.

CRN 50237

2 classes

May 27 – 28

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

CRN 50421

2 classes

June 10 – 11

Benefits

• Learn to build, update and manage a website for personal, business or nonprofit use • Enhance your marketing and web design skills with knowledge and skills in WordPress

WordPress for Business CRN 50273

2 classes

June 24 – 25

Designing in WordPress CRN 50272

2 classes

June 17 – 18

Program Format

• Complete the 3 required courses (36 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 5 years

mru.ca/wordpress

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M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$239

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$239

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U


Conflict Resolution Conflict Resolution Extension Certificate C

Learn to effectively manage conflict by combining theoretical knowledge with practical hands-on conflict resolution skills. Acquire strategies that you can apply today in the workplace, community and home.

Courses and Fees Introduction to Conflict Resolution CRN 50001 2 classes May 5 – 6 Communication in Conflict Resolution Prerequisite: Introduction to Conflict Resolution CRN 50245 2 classes May 12 – 13 Resolving Conflict in the Workplace

15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

$375 F, S $375

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

F, S $375

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F, S

Benefits

Prerequisite: Introduction to Conflict Resolution CRN 50363 2 classes May 26 – 27

Program Format

Mediation Practice Session (choose 1 CRN) 2 hours $75 + GST CRN 50246 1 class May 23 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. T CRN 50247 1 class May 31 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. W Negotiation Practice Session 2 hours $75 + GST CRN 50248 1 class May 24 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. W Conflict Resolution Mediation Assessment 2 hours $375 Prerequisite: All 12 required courses. Registration deadline: May 17 CRN 50003 2 one-hour sessions between June 1 – 10 I: June 1 – 3 II: June 7 – 10 Conflict Resolution Negotiation Assessment 2 hours $375 Prerequisite: All 12 required courses. Registration deadline: May 17 CRN 50006 2 one-hour sessions between June 1 – 10

• Enhance your communication and conflict resolution knowledge and skills for personal or professional development • Successfully integrate conflict skills into your workplace • Further your career in the health and human service field • Prepare for a career as a mediator or negotiator • Fulfill the educational requirements to apply for the Qualified Mediator (Q.Med) or Chartered Mediator (C.Med) national designations* • Complete the 12 required courses and 1 assessment (mediation or negotiation) (220 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years • Introduction to Conflict Resolution is offered in both classroom and online formats. All other courses are offered in-class only. • You may take individual courses for general interest (provided prerequisites are met)

Managing Conflict in Today’s Workplace

Certificate of Completion O F Incorporate conflict resolution skills into business processes and your professional practices. The skills and strategies you learn can be applied immediately in your workplace setting.

Benefits

C Classroom O Online

II: June 7 – 10

*With successful completion of the Conflict Resolution Mediation assessment. For additional requirements, contact the ADR Institute of Alberta at 1.800.232.7214, www.adralberta.com.

mru.ca/conflictresolution

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cehealth@mtroyal.ca

Courses and Fees 15 hours

Introduction to Conflict Resolution CRN 50001

2 classes

May 5 – 6

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. F, S 15 hours

Negotiating with Integrity Offered in Fall 2017

Online

Dealing with Difficult Conversations

15 hours

Offered in Fall 2017

Online

mru.ca/workplaceconflict

Program Format

• Complete the 3 required courses (45 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years • Introduction to Conflict Resolution is offered in a classroom format for the spring semester only.

B Blended

H Hybrid

$375

W Webinars

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cehealth@mtroyal.ca

P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

CONTINUING EDUCATION •

• Develop skills and tools to effectively manage and resolve conflicts in the workplace • Learn essential communication skills to apply in preventing and working through conflict • Build positive relationships between employees within the workplace

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Health Birth Doula

Courses and Fees

(DONA International) C

DONA International Birth Doula Training

23 hours

Gain the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to support mothers and families before, during and after birth. This three-day course is an approved DONA International Birth Doula Workshop and provides you with skills and techniques for offering mothers physical, emotional and informational support.

CRN 70161

8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Benefits

• This course qualifies as an approved DONA International Birth Doula Workshop Series* • Prepare to start a career as a certified birth doula

3 classes

Aug. 25 – 26 Aug. 27

$499 + GST F, S U

Program Format

• Complete the required course (23 hours) • Can be completed in 3 days

mru.ca/birthdoula

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cehealth@mtroyal.ca

*Additional educational requirements apply, visit www.dona.org

NEW! Lamaze Accredited Childbirth Educator

Courses and Fees

Seminar C

Lamaze International is considered the gold standard of childbirth education providers and the Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator (LCCE) certification is the only childbirth educator program that has passed rigorous standards set by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA). This seminar will help you develop the knowledge and skills to build, deliver and evaluate a childbirth education program for expectant parents.

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A full-time program offered 3 times a year for internationally-educated nurses, physicians and other health professionals to prepare them for interacting effectively with patients in the Canadian health care system. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada funding is available for Permanent Residents.

25 hours

Lamaze Accredited Childbirth Educator CRN 31073

Online

Apr. 7 – 30

3 classes

Apr. 28 – 29

8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Apr. 30

8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Benefits

• Lamaze childbirth educators may work in a variety of urban and rural settings • Lamaze certification may be used to enhance current professional skills or establish a new childbirth educator career

Benefits

• Performance-based instruction with language instructor, health professional consultant and simulation patients • Development of soft skills, cultural awareness and knowledge of the Canadian health care system • Language development in speaking and listening in face-to-face interactions and in writing skills • Individualized feedback and career pathway advice

$549 + GST F, S U

Program Format

• This course consists of an online component and a three day in-class workshop (25 hours total)

mru.ca/lamaze

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cehealth@mtroyal.ca

Program Format

• Application, professional documents and interview required • Minimum language requirements • Limited to 16 places per term • 12 weeks / 270 hours per term • Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday


Dementia Care

Courses and Fees

Certificate of Completion O

Understanding Dementia

Understand the complexity and develop the skills required to support the emotional, psychological, social and physical challenges experienced by persons with a dementia. Gain valuable insight and learn how to support dementia care patients and their families.

CRN 50567

Benefits

• Enhance your health and human service practice with a specialty in dementia care • Apply healthy aging principles to care for older adults experiencing a dementia • Describe specific care strategies that support families and demonstrate knowledge of community resources

Advanced Dementia Care

Extension Certificate O

This program provides current knowledge from early identification to end of life care for health care professionals looking to gain further skills to assist them in their current practice.

Benefits

• Gain skills, knowledge and attitudes that support persons experiencing a dementia and their families • Develop best practice competencies focused on communication, pharmacology, wellness and quality of life • Practice knowledge and skills that reflect an understanding of inclusive equality and diversity awareness

Online

15 hours

$269

15 hours

$269

15 hours

$269

May 8 – June 4

Caring for Older Adults Offered in Fall 2017 Caring for Families Offered in Fall 2017

Program Format

• Complete the required courses (45 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/dementiacare

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cehealth@mtroyal.ca

Courses and Fees Advanced Knowledge for Dementia Care

20 hours

$379

20 hours

$379

20 hours

$379

Offered in Fall 2017 Practice Competencies for Dementia Care Offered in Fall 2017 Leadership for Dementia Care Offered in Fall 2017

Program Format

• Complete the three required courses (60 hours) • Can be completed within one semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/advanceddementia

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cehealth@mtroyal.ca

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Health Integrative Health Coach

Courses and Fees 20 hours

Relationship Coaching

Extension Certificate H B P

Coach clients to develop and engage in healthy mindsets and behaviours. Using evidence-based theory and practices, assist clients to improve their health and wellbeing through personal responsibility and self-motivation.

CRN 50266

3 classes

Online

$699

May 5

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

F

May 6

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S

May 7

9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

U

May 5 – 19

Business of Integrative Health Coaching

10 hours

CRN 50295

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Benefits

1 class

June 10

Online

June 10 – 17

$399 S

• Satisfy your passion for health promotion • Build your practice by advancing client support for your patients • Coach others to lead healthy lives

Program Format

• Complete the 7 required courses and a practicum (175 hours) • Courses consist of a blend of classroom hours, online hours and individual coaching sessions between instructor and student • Can be completed in a minimum of 1.5 years, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/healthcoach

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cehealth@mtroyal.ca

Medical Terminology

Courses and Fees Medical Terminology 1 CRN 50253

Extension Certificate O

Medical Terminology is a specialized language specific to the health care field. These courses allow you to build a foundation of knowledge through examining topics such as word origins, abbreviations, body systems and disease.

Online

Medical Terminology 2 CRN 50254

Online Online

July 17 – Aug. 20

Benefits

• Explore basic anatomy, body systems and functions, while identifying complex medical terms • Gain an understanding of the importance of medical terminology to pursue a career in health care MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY •

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$349

20 hours

$349

25 hours

$399

June 12 – July 9

Medical Terminology 3 CRN 70155

20 hours May 1 – June 4

Program Format

• Complete the 3 required courses (65 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/medicalterms

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cehealth@mtroyal.ca

M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday


Neonatal Nursing

Courses and Fees

Extension Certificate O

Neonatal Assessment

This certificate is designed for Registered Nurses wishing to develop knowledge and skills in neonatal nursing. The neonatal curriculum focuses on the learning needs of the health care team member who provides care to the vulnerable newborn population. • Nurses: Graduates with a degree in nursing or senior-level nursing student with approval from home institution. You must hold a current, active nursing registration with the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CARNA) or equivalent from another province. If you are applying from a country other than Canada, you must be eligible for registration with the CARNA. • LPNs: You are welcome to register for the Development and Homeostasis and Assessment courses for general interest.

CRN 50151

Perinatal Nursing

Online

Neonatal Critical Moments I CRN 50316

48 hours

$799

48 hours

$799

210 hours

$995

May 1 – July 28

Online

May 1 – July 28

Neonatal Nursing Clinical Experience Please see our website for more information.

mru.ca/neonatalnursing

Benefits

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cehealth@mtroyal.ca

• Stay current in your field of practice • Enhance your skills and knowledge to increase career options • Gain practical experience through a 210-hour clinical experience

Program Format

• Complete the 4 required courses and 210-hour clinical experience (402 hours) • Can be completed within 1.5 years, up to a maximum of 6 years

Courses and Fees

Extension Certificate O

Perinatal Assessment

This certificate is designed for Registered Nurses wishing to develop knowledge and skills in perinatal nursing. The perinatal curriculum specifically focuses on the childbearing continuum. • Nurses: Graduates with a degree in nursing or senior-level nursing student with approval from home institution. You must hold a current, active nursing registration with the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CARNA) or equivalent from another province. If you are applying from a country other than Canada, you must be eligible for registration with the CARNA. • LPNs: You are welcome to register for the Development and Homeostasis and Assessment courses for general interest.

CRN 50152

Online

$799

48 hours

$799

210 hours

$995

May 1 – July 28

Perinatal Critical Moments I CRN 50318

48 hours

Online

May 1 – July 28

Perinatal Nursing Clinical Experience Please see our website for more information.

mru.ca/perinatalnursing

Benefits

• Stay current in your field of practice • Enhance your skills and knowledge to increase career options • Gain practical experience through a 210-hour clinical experience

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cehealth@mtroyal.ca

Program Format

• Complete the 4 required courses and 210-hour clinical experience (402 hours) • Can be completed within 1.5 years, up to a maximum of 6 years CONTINUING EDUCATION •

C Classroom O Online

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H Hybrid

W Webinars

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Health Reiki

Certificate of Completion C Reiki is a calming technique for relieving pain, decreasing stress and facilitating personal growth.

Benefits

$229 S S $229

9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. 12 hours 5 – 9 p.m. 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

U U $329 F S

Program Format

mru.ca/reiki

Advanced courses (not part of Reiki Certificate of Completion) Reiki Share 2.5 hours CRN 50142 1 class May 11 7 – 9:30 p.m.

• Complete the 3 required courses (28 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years 403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cehealth@mtroyal.ca

Yoga Therapy

May 7 June 11

8 hours 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. 8 hours

CRN 50067 1 class CRN 50275 1 class Third Degree Reiki/Reiki Master CRN 50514 2 classes

• Learn the healing practice of Reiki • Add Reiki to your alternative health practice

June 23 June 24

Benefits

Extension Certificate Application Required B P Build on your experience as a yoga teacher by studying advanced topics that include anatomy, physiology, mental health and spirituality. Learn the skills required to create treatment plans for working with special populations and individual clients.

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Courses and Fees First Degree Reiki (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50066 1 class May 6 CRN 50274 1 class June 10 Second Degree Reiki (choose 1 CRN)

As a Registered Nurse, this course will prepare you to provide comprehensive care for recent victims of sexual assault. Understand how to offer support, take histories,gain consent, conduct examinations and carry out interventions as needed. Examine risk factors for assault, standards of practice, physical and psychological consequences of assault, forensic and non-forensic examination, injury identification and documentation, as well as discharge follow up.

• Gain a well-rounded perspective on how this emerging health profession integrates mind, body and spirit • Learn from established yoga therapists with unique specialties • Mentor with therapists in your own community

$39 + GST R

Program Format

• Complete your studies through a combination of week-long intensives, online courses and practicums in your community • Can be completed within 2 years, up to a maximum of 6 years

Visit mru.ca/yoga for application details

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cehealth@mtroyal.ca

Courses and Fees 48 hours

Sexual Assault Nurse (SANE)* CRN 50373

Benefits

Online

$599+GST

May 1 – Aug. 21

• Enhance your career as Registered Nurse to become a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner* • Learn to collect evidence and give testimony in court • Serve rural communities that do not have sexual assault teams *Meets the requirements of the International Association of Forensic Nurses to prepare sexual assault nurse examiners who wish to later write the optional certification examinations. www.forensicnurses.org

Program Format

• Course content and assignments are entirely online • Compete the required course (48 hours) within one semester

mru.ca/forensics

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cehealth@mtroyal.ca

M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday


Massage Therapy

Application Required C O

Prepare yourself for your new career as a massage therapist. Learn relaxation and therapeutic massage techniques along with subjects that include anatomy, physiology, pathology, business and research. Handson training is a key component of the programs; from the student run practicum clinic to off-site community outreaches, you will gain valuable experience working with a variety of clients and conditions in a supervised setting.

Benefits

• Train to the highest standards nationally and earn a university credential • Experience university life with small class sizes, expert instructors, a dedicated program team and access to scholarships • Be in demand. Explore current job positions on our employment board and attend our annual career fair • Learn in specialized facilities designed for massage therapy instruction • Connect with your community through a variety of off-site practical experiences

Occupational Health and Safety

Faculty of Extension Certificate Program C O

Whether you are thinking about massage therapy as a career or want to develop basic skills to use on friends and family, practice basic relaxation massage techniques in this ideal introduction to the world of massage. No application required. Massage Basics, Level 1 (choose 1 CRN)

12 hours

CRN 70105

2 classes

July 8 – 9

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

CRN 70181

2 classes

Aug. 19 – 20

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

Delivery

• Study full-time or part-time • Attend in-class, online and blended courses • Start September or January

Visit mru.ca/massage for application details 403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606

Massage Therapy Diploma (2,200 hrs)

• Complete within 18 months or part-time within 6 years

Massage Therapy Certificate (1,100 hrs)

• Complete full-time within 9 months or part-time within 6 years

This program provides the opportunity for practicing occupational health and safety professionals or those who aspire for a career in health and safety to advance their skill-set and assist employers to continuously improve safety performance. The outreach of this program includes participants from diverse sectors, including oil and gas, aviation, construction, education, health care, manufacturing, municipalities, mining, forestry and the Government of Alberta.

Register through University of Alberta www.extension.ualberta.ca/ohs ohs@ualberta.ca

780.492.3037 | 1.800.808.4784

Benefits

• Prepare for registration as a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) as granted by the Board of Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP) • Registered Occupational Hygienists can maintain certification with the Canadian Registration Board of Occupational Hygienists (CRBOH) and the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH)

Program Format

• Complete 6 core courses, 2 core electives and 35 hours of elective enrichment courses and seminars

C Classroom O Online

$169 + GST

B Blended

H Hybrid

W Webinars

P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

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The University of Alberta’s Occupational Health and Safety certificate program, one of the most advanced in Canada, is a cornerstone for safety in the province. It is designed to help practitioners from many different backgrounds develop the competencies needed to be effective in the development, implementation and evaluation of health and safety programs and systems in a wide variety of occupational settings. The program is offered in flexible and accessible formats taught by industry experts across the province: Edmonton, Calgary, Fort McMurray, Red Deer, Grande Prairie, Medicine Hat, and most recently, is available online.

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Health Personal Fitness Trainer

Benefits

• Train to the highest standards nationally (Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology – Certified Personal Trainer) • Earn a university credential • Experience university life, with small class sizes, expert instructors, a dedicated program team and access to scholarships • Connect with employers through practicum experiences, community volunteerism and Industry Days • This program is eligible for transfer credit towards a university degree

Diploma – Application Required B P C O

Turn your passion for health and fitness into a career! Our program recognizes the current health and wellness trends in Canada through courses such as Human Anatomy and Human Physiology, Aging Populations, Chronic Conditions, Health Psychology and Business Management. This diverse program provides graduates with a wide range of opportunities, including clinical environments, fitness facilities and studios, or personal business ownership.

Delivery

• Study full-time or part-time • Can be completed full-time in 2 years or part-time in up to 6 years. • Start in September or January

Visit mru.ca/pft for application details 403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 Applications are now being accepted for the 2017/18 Academic Year.

Paul Gray

Personal Fitness Trainer (PFT) Paul Gray is a glass-half-full type of guy. Despite being diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma (a rare form of children’s cancer) upon starting his PFT program at MRU, he persevered and graduated the program. His process of learning and road to recovery was exemplified by the culture of camaraderie within the program. “The support I received from my fellow students both in the year I started and the year I finished was exceptional,” he admits. “I am so appreciative for this program, the knowledge base, the instructors, the MRU facility and my fellow students that I feel it was one of the best decisions I ever made.” As a PFT, he is now focused on supporting others’ adventures and fitness goals, while he continues to train and heal. “My success is just thankfulness and gratitude to be alive and with hopes and dreams of skiing, climbing and hiking across the Grand Canyon again.” With that attitude, he’ll be at the Grand Canyon in no time.

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Customized Language Training

• Build intercultural communication competence for business or travel • Focus on any world language, including English • Refine a particular skill, such as writing, pronunciation or exam preparation • Customize your course to meet your specific needs (schedule and content)

For more information: mru.ca/languages and mru.ca/corporatetraining 403.440.5579 | 1.866.775.2573 corporatetraining@mtroyal.ca

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Languages English Language

Courses and Fees

Full-time Courses C

English Language Full-time Program (Placement test determines course and level)

This credit-free full-time program advances your proficiency for academic and professional purposes. Alberta Works funding is available.

Application Required (Intakes in Sept., Jan., Apr., July)

mru.ca/eal

403.440.5100 or 1.866.775.2673

Placement Test Contact office to schedule date and time after you register CRN 5008

Spring Term

CRN 7088

Summer Term

Foundational English Levels 1 to 3 develop High Beginner to Intermediate language skills in listening, speaking, reading, writing and grammar. Local Fees: $1,600 International Fees: $3,725 April 10 – June 29 July 4 – Sept. 14 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. M – F Academic English Levels 1 to 3 develop High Intermediate to Advanced academic language skills for accurary and fluency. Graduates of level 3 meet the language proficiency requirements for admission to Mount Royal University degree, diploma and certificate programs. Local Fees: $1,600 International Fees: $3,725 April 10 – June 29 July 4 – Sept. 14 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. M – F English for Professional and Advanced Communication Levels 1 and 2 develop High Intermediate to Low Advanced language skills with a focus on oral fluency, vocabulary building and intercultural communication in both personal and professional contexts. Local Fees: $1,600 International Fees: $3,725 April 10 – June 29 July 4 – Sept. 14 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. M – F

3 hours

$50 + GST

Foundational English Level 1 High Beginner Level 2 Low Intermediate Level 3 Intermediate

Academic English Level 1 High Intermediate Level 2 Low Advanced

English for Professional & Advanced Commmunications

Level 1 High Intermediate Level 2 Low Advanced

Level 3 Advanced

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Choose either 30 days ($100) or 90 days ($200) access to these online tutorials:

ENGLISH LANGUAGE FULL–TIME PROGRAM

• IELTS Test Preparation • Academic Vocabulary • English for Health For free demonstrations: mru.vitalenglish.com/MRULanguages

M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday


Academic Preparation for EAL Students

Youth Program C

Courses and Fees Academic Preparation for EAL Students (no housing)

40 hours

CRN 7038

8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. M – F

9 classes

July 31 – Aug. 11

$2,000

Academic Preparation for EAL Students

40 hours

CRN 7039

8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. M – F

9 classes

July 31 – Aug. 11

$2,550

Learn the skills you need for success in university. Improve fluency and accuracy in a variety of speaking and writing tasks. Work on research techniques, using the library, referencing and networking skills. Students will be trained in educational tips and tools to successfully transition into university-level academic learning, while experiencing life on campus. • 2 week (40 hours) program for youth and adults (age 16+; not suitable for complete beginners) • Chaperone required • Accommodation in MRU Residence • Food catered through the University • Academic English language class: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. • Cultural field trips and assignments on selected afternoons, 2 – 4 p.m. • Weekend day trip to Banff

mru.ca/mrusummer 403.440 .5100 | 1.866.775.2673

Academic Preparation for EAL Students

Courses and Fees Academic Preparation for EAL Students (Online) CRN 7050

Online

40 hours

$997.50

Aug. 1 – 31

Online Program O

CONTINUING EDUCATION •

Polish your academic English and learn the skills you need for success in university studies from the comfort of your own home. Within the forty hours of academic modules and two synchronous sessions, you will work both independently and with an instructor to develop the tools to successfully transition into university level academic learning. Suitable for advanced lanauage learners.

mru.ca/eal 403.440 .5100 | 1.866.775.2673

C Classroom O Online

B Blended

H Hybrid

W Webinars

P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

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Languages Summer English

C

Language & Culture

This comprehensive four-week program focuses on reading and discussion of current topics, learning about Canadian customs and traditions, and developing accuracy in grammar use through guided speaking and writing tasks. The price includes the academic and cultural program; health insurance; transportation and entry fees for class field trips, weekend day excursions to Calgary Stampede (July 8), Banff (July 15), and Drumheller (July 22), city transit pass, University ID card with access to recreational facilities, computer labs, and library; all course books and materials; a certificate of completion; and opening and closing ceremonies. Accommodation is available in the fully furnished, self-catering university residence. A two-week option is available. Not suitable for complete beginners or highly advanced students or youth (under 16). Note: Application deadline is June 1, 2017.

Teaching English as a World Language Certificate of Completion O

This course provides the foundational knowledge, skills, strategies and tools that you need to teach English in a wide range of educational settings at home or around the world. Offering 100 hours of online instruction, meaningful assignments, and a self-organized 20-hour practicum, this 120-hour course opens the doors to your amazing career as an English language teacher!

Benefits

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• Earn an internationally-recognized university certificate of completion • Study from the comfort of your own home at your own pace • Learn about English as a system of communication, including factors that influence second language development • Discover how culture affects teaching and learning • Develop engaging ways to teach and assess language skills • Design and deliver effective lesson plans • Create a portfolio and start networking to find a teaching job

Programs and Fees 72 hours

CRN 7001 No housing

18 classes

July 4 – 28

18 classes

July 4 – 28

8 classes

July 4 – 14

8 classes

July 4 – 14

10 classes

July 17 – 28

10 classes

July 17 – 28

$2,899

8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

M–F

32 hours

CRN 7034

$1,000

8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

M–F

32 hours

CRN 7035

$1,450

8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

M–F

40 hours

CRN 7036 No housing

M–F

72 hours

CRN 7002

No housing

$1,995

8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

$1,000

8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

M–F

40 hours

CRN 7037

Refund policy: Students will receive a full refund if the program is canceled. Requests for refunds must be received in writing (letter, face or email) on or before June 1, 2017. We will keep a $150CDN application fee. There are no refunds after June 1, 2017.

$1,450

8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

M–F

mru.ca/mrusummer

Courses and Fees Teaching English as a World Language (choose 1 CRN) CRN 5050

Online

May 1

CRN 5051

Online

June 1

CRN 7028

Online

July 1

CRN 7029

Online

Aug. 1

Program Format

120 hours

$1,000 + GST

• Online: Start the course on the first day of any month • Full-time: Complete the course in as little as 4 weeks (not including practicum) • Part-time: Take up to 12 months to complete the course (including practicum)

mru.ca/TEWL

403.440.5100 | 1.866.775.2673

M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday


Travel and Teach English

Certificate of Completion O Give more purpose and meaning to your international travel by volunteering! This unique course provides foundational knowledge, skills, strategies and tools to individuals who wish to volunteer teach English in international settings. With 100 hours of online instruction, including 60 hours of core modules related to language teaching and learning, you can customize 40 hours of the course according to your travel destination.

Choose either

• Travel and Teach English in Latin America, which includes a 20-hour module of Spanish for travel and a 20-hour introduction to Latin American culture • Travel and Teach English China, which includes a 20-hour module of Mandarin for travel and a 20-hour introduction to Chinese culture

Courses and Fees Travel and Teach English in Latin America (choose 1 CRN) 100 hours CRN 5052

Online

May 1

CRN 5053

Online

June 1

CRN 7030

Online

July 1

CRN 7031

Online

Aug. 1

Travel and Teach English in China (choose 1 CRN) CRN 5054

Online

May 1

CRN 5055

Online

June 1

CRN 7032

Online

July 1

CRN 7033

Online

Aug. 1

100 hours

$750 + GST

$750 + GST

Program Format

• Online: Start the course on the first day of any month • Full-time: Complete the course in as little as 4 weeks • Part-time: Take up to 12 months to complete the course

mru.ca/TTE

403.440.5100 | 1.866.775.2673

Benefits

• Earn a university certificate of completion • Study from the comfort of your own home at your own pace • Learn about the English language and factors that influence second language development • Discover how culture affects teaching and learning • Develop engaging ways to teach language skills • Design lesson plans for teaching English • Orient yourself to the language and culture of your travel destination

CONTINUING EDUCATION •

C Classroom O Online

B Blended

H Hybrid

W Webinars

P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

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Management and Leadership Human Resource Management Extension Certificate C O

Gain skills in the key areas of human resource management and become an HR professional. Learn effective recruitment and selection techniques, support employee career planning, develop quality training programs for employees and develop an effective performance management program.

Benefits

• Prepare for a career in human resources • Enhance your HR career and earn a recognized credential • Learn professional techniques for hiring, managing and motivating employees

Program Format

• Complete the 6 required courses, plus 60 hours of optional courses (150 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/HRmanagement

403.440.6013 | 1.888.392.3655 This program is eligible towards Alberta Innovation & Advanced Education Achievement in Business Competencies (Blue Seal) Program certification.

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Certificate of Completion C

These one-day seminars help you polish your management skills with essential strategies and personal assessment tools. Design your own learning experience.

Courses and Fees Organizational Training and Development CRN 50027 Human Resources Information Management (HRIM) CRN 50036 2 classes May 27 – June 3 Total Compensation CRN 50030 2 classes June 5 – 6 Organizational Effectiveness CRN 50026 2 classes June 9 – 10 Employee Relations CRN 50059 2 classes June 15 – 16 Workplace Health and Safety CRN 50031 2 classes June 2 – 3

15 hours

$420

15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$420 S $420 M, T $420 F, S $420 R, F $420 F, S

Choose 60 Hours of Optional Courses Human Resource Basics for Managers CRN 50013 2 classes May 25 – 26 Interviewing Strategies CRN 50091 2 classes June 19 – 20 Succession Planning for Managers CRN 50496 2 classes May 6 – 13 Employee Engagement CRN 50077 2 classes June 12 – 13 Coaching in the Workplace, Level I CRN 50327 2 classes June 22 – 23 Emotional Intelligence at Work CRN 50479 2 classes May 19 – 26 Change Management Fundamentals CRN 50284 2 classes May 5 – 6 Payroll Compliance Legislation CRN 50572 7 classes May 6 – 13 May 27 June 3 June 10 – 17 June 24 Introduction to Conflict Resolution CRN 50001 2 classes May 5 – 6

15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 39 hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$420 R, F $420 M, T $420 S $420 M, T $420 R, F $420 F $469 F, S $495 S S S S S $375 F, S

Courses and Fees Project Management Basics CRN 50487 1 class

7.5 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Benefits

May 13

• Learn management best practices in a variety of subjects • Develop or strengthen your knowledge of leadership skills • Build your soft skills as a leader, manager or supervisor

Program Format

$249 F

• Complete your choice of 6 courses (42 hours) • You may take individual seminars • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 2 years

mru.ca/seminarseries

403.440.6013 | 1.888.392.3655

M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday


Leadership Development

Extension Certificate B

This program presents a leading-edge comprehensive approach to developing your leadership abilities and enhancing performance. Topics covered include emotional intelligence, communication and interpersonal skills, team-building, motivating and engaging others, creating a culture of adaptability, as well as leading change.

Courses and Fees Online &

May 8 – 23

Classroom

May 12

Communication and Interpersonal Skills for Leaders CRN 50352

Online &

May 23 – 27

Classroom

May 26 May 27

CRN 50497

Online &

June 5 – 10

Classroom

June 9 June 10

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. 15 hours

Leaders, Culture and Change CRN 50282

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

15 hours

Leading and Influencing Others

Benefits

• Gain knowledge and skills for your new role in a management or leadership position • Polish your current leadership skills and acquire a credential • Prepare to take on a leadership role in your personal or professional life

15 hours

Effective Leadership CRN 50283

$469 F $469 F S $469 F S $469

Online &

June 19 – 24

Classroom

June 23

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F

June 24

8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.

S

Program Format

• Complete the 4 required courses (60 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/leadershipdevelopment

403.440.6636 | 1.888.392.3655

Pillars of Management

Certificate of Completion C O F

Acquire essential management skills in four main areas of management: communications, human resources, financial/operational and leadership.

Benefits

• Apply your new knowledge and techniques to the workplace immediately • Get job-ready skills in a short period of time • Prepare for or enhance your management career

Program Format

Courses and Fees Understanding Leadership (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50014 2 classes May 5 – 6 CRN 50330 Online May 2 – June 5 Understanding and Using Financial Information CRN 50234 2 classes June 2 – 3 Human Resource Basics for Managers CRN 50013 2 classes May 25 – 26 Effective Workplace Communication (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50012 2 classes May 8 – 9 CRN 50233 2 classes June 12 – 13 CRN 50329 Online May 8 – June 9

15 hours $420 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. F, S 15 hours $399 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. F, S 15 hours $420 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. R, F 15 hours $420 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. M, T 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. M, T

This program is eligible towards Alberta Innovation & Advanced Education Achievement in Business Competencies (Blue Seal) Program certification. CONTINUING EDUCATION •

• Complete the 4 required courses (60 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/management

403.440.6013 | 1.888.392.3655

C Classroom O Online

B Blended

H Hybrid

W Webinars

P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

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Management and Leadership Management Development

Extension Certificate C O F Build on your Pillars of Management Certificate of Completion by taking four additional courses to further your management knowledge. Develop your management potential with essential skills and add specialties that support your career goals.

Benefits

• Prepare for a management career • Gain skills and knowledge for your current role with management or supervisory responsibilities • Work towards a career promotion • Earn a recognized credential

Program Format

• Complete the 4 required courses, plus 4 optional courses (120 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/ managementdevelopment

403.440.6013 | 1.888.392.3655

This program is eligible towards Alberta Innovation & Advanced Education Achievement in Business Competencies (Blue Seal) Program certification.

Courses and Fees Understanding Leadership (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50014 2 classes May 5 – 6 CRN 50330 Online May 2 – June 5 Human Resource Basics for Managers CRN 50013 2 classes May 25 – 26 Effective Workplace Communication (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50012 2 classes May 8 – 9 CRN 50233 2 classes June 12 – 13 CRN 50329 Online May 8 – June 9 Understanding and Using Financial Information CRN 50234 2 classes June 2 – 3 Choose 4 Optional Courses Project Management: An Overview (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50189 2 classes May 5 – 6 CRN 50190 4 classes May 9 – 18 CRN 50222 2 classes May 26 – 27 Professional Sales Fundamentals CRN 70125 2 classes Aug. 23 – 24 Coaching in the Workplace, Level I CRN 50327 2 classes June 22 – 23 Effective Business Writing CRN 50223 Online May 2 – 30 Employee Relations CRN 50059 2 classes June 15 – 16 Succession Planing for Managers CRN 50496 2 classes May 6 – 13 Organizational Training and Development CRN 50027 2 classes May 5 – 6 Employee Engagement CRN 50077 2 classes June 12 – 13 Organizational Effectiveness CRN 50026 2 classes June 9 – 10 Interviewing Strategies CRN 50091 2 classes June 19 – 20 Introduction to Conflict Resolution CRN 50001 2 classes May 5 – 6 Emotional Intelligence at Work CRN 50479 2 classes May 19 –26

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M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday

15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$420 F, S

15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$420 R, F $420 M, T M, T

15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$420 F, S

15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 6 – 9:45 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

$535 F, S T, R F, S $329 W, R $420 R, F $409

15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$420 R, F $420 S $420 F, S $420 M, T $420 F, S $420 M, T $375 F, S $420 F


Strategic Management

Extension Certificate C B

Learn to evaluate business performance, assess market dynamics, drive innovation, execute strategic decisions, measure results and renew the strategic process.

Benefits

• Acquire a solid foundation in strategic management practices • Gain essential skills in strategic execution, decision making and leadership • Enhance your management or consulting career

Courses and Fees 15 hours

Strategic Planning CRN 50354

2 classes

May 12 – 13

15 hours

Strategic Innovation CRN 50356

2 classes

May 26 – 27

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Strategy Execution CRN 50355

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

2 classes

June 16 – 17

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Measuring and Evaluating Business Performance

15 hours

CRN 50499

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

2 classes

June 2 – 3

15 hours

Leaders, Culture and Change CRN 50282

Program Format

$469 F, S $469 F, S $469 F, S $469 F, S $469

Online

June 19 – 24

Classroom

June 23

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F

June 24

8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.

S

• Complete the 5 required courses (75 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/strategicmanagement

403.440.6636 | 1.888.392.3655

Project Management in Construction Extension Certificate C O

Manage construction projects with expertise gained in this certificate program tailored specifically for the needs of the construction industry. Acquire a solid base of knowledge and project management tools, techniques, approaches and best practices as they relate to construction. Gain specialized knowledge and skills in courses created especially for the construction industry. These skills are valuable in every aspect of construction through the application of proven project management processes. The program has been designed for those who have experience in construction management environments who would like to acquire project management tools and techniques.

Courses and Fees Construction Project Management: An Overview CRN 50123 2 classes May 5 – 6 CRN 50232 Online May 17 – June 14 Construction Project Scheduling CRN 50124 2 classes May 12 – 13 Construction Project Administration and Control Systems CRN 50148 2 classes May 26 – 27 Construction Project Safety and Environmental Management CRN 50149 2 classes June 2 – 3 Construction Project Management: Time, Cost and Scope CRN 50125 2 classes June 9 – 10 Construction Project Management: Leadership and Management Skills CRN 50150 2 classes June 23 – 24

Course Materials

15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$535 F, S

15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

$535 F, S $535

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

F, S $535

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

F, S $535 F, S $535

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F, S

Earning Your Extension Certificate

• Complete the 6 required courses (90 hours) • You may also register in individual courses of interest.

Textbook (required)

403.440.8937 | 1.888.392.3655

PMBOK® Guide – Fifth Edition, approx. $70+GST at the BookStore.

mru.ca/pmconstruction

This program is eligible towards Gold Seal Certification.

The PMI ® Registered Education Provider logo, CAPM, PMP and PMBOK are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

C Classroom O Online

B Blended

H Hybrid

W Webinars

P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

CONTINUING EDUCATION •

Available to registered students a week prior to course start date via e–mail link. Please bring an electronic or printed copy to class.

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Management and Leadership Project Management

Extension Certificate C O F

This program provides essential training in the flourishing field of project management and is designed to develop introductory project management skills. Mount Royal University is a Global Registered Education Provider of the Project Management Institute (PMI)®. This program is eligible towards Blue Seal Certification.

Benefits

• Prepare for a career in the field of project management • Earn an internationally-recognized credential • Prepare to write the CAPM® or PMP® exams • Update your job skills that require project management

Program Format

• Classroom version – Complete the 7 required courses (120 hours) • Fast Track version (classroom) – Complete your course work in just 3 weeks, plus Final Assessment • Online version – Complete the 4 required courses (120 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/projectmanagement

403.440.8630 | 1.888.392.3655

The PMI ® Registered Education Provider logo, CAPM, PMP and PMBOK are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

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This program is eligible towards Alberta Innovation & Advanced Education Achievement in Business Competencies (Blue Seal) Program certification.

Courses and Fees - Classroom Project Management: An Overview* (choose 1 CRN) 15 hours $535 CRN 50189 2 classes May 5 – 6 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. F, S CRN 50190 4 classes May 9 – 18 6 – 9:45 p.m. T, R CRN 50222 2 classes May 26 – 27 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. F, S Project Management: Quality (choose 1 CRN) 15 hours $535 CRN 50194 2 classes May 26 – 27 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. F, S CRN 50203 4 classes May 29 – June 7 6 – 9:45 p.m. M, W Project Management: Human Resource, Communications and Stakeholder Management (choose 1 CRN) 15 hours $535 CRN 50192 2 classes June 2 – 3 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. F, S CRN 50231 4 classes June 6 – 15 6 – 9:45 p.m. T, R Project Management: Time and Cost (choose 1 CRN) 15 hours $535 CRN 50193 2 classes June 9 – 10 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. F, S CRN 50185 4 classes June 12 – 21 6 – 9:45 p.m. M, W Project Management: Risk and Procurement (choose 1 CRN) 15 hours $535 CRN 50204 2 classes June 16 – 17 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. F, S CRN 50195 4 classes June 20 – 29 6 – 9:45 p.m. T, R Project Management: Integration and Scope (choose 1 CRN) 15 hours $535 CRN 50191 2 classes May 12 – 13 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. F, S CRN 50196 4 classes May 23 – June 1 6 – 9:45 p.m. T, R Project Management: Final Assessment Paper (choose 1 CRN) 30 hours $399 CRN 50002 Independent study May 2 – June 20 CRN 50005 Independent study May 2 – June 20 CRN 50008 Independent study May 2 – June 20 CRN 50106 Independent study May 2 – June 20 CRN 70207 Independent study July 12 – Oct. 5 Courses and Fees - Fast Track Project Management: Fast Track – Register using the Block Code below CRN PRM July 12 – 29 $3,609 (Final Assessment Paper is included – complete via Independent Study, July 12 – Oct. 5) Prep Course (not part of the Project Management program) Preparing for the Final Assessment (choose 1 CRN) 3 hours $99 + GST CRN 50032 1 class May 6 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. S Courses and Fees - Online Project Management Online, Module 1: Overview and Initiating Processes* (choose 1 CRN) 15 hours $535 CRN 50086 Online May 3 – 31 CRN 50087 Online May 3 – 31 Project Management Online, Module 2: Planning Processes 45 hours $1,485 CRN 50141 Online May 3 – June 14 Project Management Online, Module 3: Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing Processes 30 hours $1,190 CRN 50143 Online May 17 – June 21 Project Management: Final Assessment Paper 30 hours $399 (choose 1 CRN) CRN 30005 Independent study Jan. 3 – Apr. 12 CRN 30011 Independent study Jan. 3 – Apr. 12 CRN 30013 Independent study Jan. 3 – Apr. 12 CRN 30014 Independent study Jan. 3 – Apr. 12 CRN 30270 Independent study Jan. 3 – Apr. 12 CRN 70201 2 classes July 12– 13 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. W, R CRN 70206 2 classes July 14 – 15 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. F, S CRN 70202 2 classes July 19 – 20 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. W, R CRN 70203 2 classes July 21 – 22 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. F, S CRN 70204 2 classes July 16 – 27 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. W, R CRN 70205 2 classes July 28 – 29 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. F, S

M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday


PMP® Exam Preparation

PMP®/CAPM ® Exam Boot Camp (Spring)

40 hours

CRN 50486

5 classes

Prepare for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® professional certification exam from PMI®.

May 4 – 6 May 12 May 13

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

CRN 50487

5 classes

June 15 – 22 June 23

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. R, F, S, R 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. F

CRN 50591

Online

May 1 – June 30

Workshops C

mru.ca/projectmanagementprep

403.440.8630 | 1.888.392.3655

Courses and Fees

PMP®/CAPM ® Exam

Boot Camp (Summer)

CRN 70270

5 classes

Aug. 17 – 24 Aug. 25

CRN 70292

Online

July 1 – Aug. 31

40 hours

$745 + GST R, F, S F S

$745 + GST

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

R, F, S F

The PMI ® Registered Education Provider logo, CAPM, PMP and PMBOK are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Project Management Professional Development Seminars

Certificate of Completion C

These Project Management Professional Development Seminars meet the market niche that PMI (The Project Management Institute) created with the CCR (Continuing Certification Requirements) program. This certificate targets graduates from MRU’s Project Management and Project Management in Construction programs, as well as practicing Project Managers with three to five years of experience.

Current Seminars Practical Project Controls Management Offered in Spring 2018 Best Practices in Project Management Offered in Spring 2018 Strategic Planning for Project Managers Offered in Winter 2018

15 hours

$589

15 hours

$525

15 hours

$589

Benefits

• Further your career in a project manager role or a project management office (PMO) • Earn Professional Development Units (PDUs) from PMI®

Program Format

• Complete the 3 key areas: technical project management, leadership strategies and strategic and business management required courses plus 1 optional course (60 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/pmseminars

403.440.8630 | 1.888.392.3655

CONTINUING EDUCATION •

The PMI ® Registered Education Provider logo, CAPM, PMP and PMBOK are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

C Classroom O Online

B Blended

H Hybrid

W Webinars

P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

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Oil and Gas Oil and Gas Office Skills for the Administrative Professional Certificate of Completion O

This specialized program teaches the fundamentals of today’s most commonly used PC-based operating system (Windows), as well as the most prevalent office software package (MS Office). In addition to technical skills, gain oil and gas industry-specific knowledge that will help you on your path to success.

Courses and Fees – Recommended Order The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach CRN 50587

Online

Online Online

$550

45 hours

$550

$535

May 1 – June 30

OR CAPPA Level 1: Introduction to the Oil Patch (choose 1 CRN) CRN 50278 CRN 70170

45 hours

June 16 – 30 Aug. 17 – 31

Project Management: An Overview (choose 1 CRN)

15 hours

CRN 50189

2 classes

May 5 – 6

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F, S

CRN 50190

4 classes

May 9 – 18

6 – 9:45 p.m.

T, R

CRN 50222

2 classes

May 26 – 27

Navigating Corporate Culture CRN 50480

Online

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F, S

15 hours

$349

45 hours

$550

21 hours

$359

24 hours

$359

36 hours

$549

15 hours

$349

15 hours

$349

May 1 – 29

mru.ca/ogoffice

403.440.5012 or 1.888.392.3655

Introduction to the Petroleum Industry Extension Certificate C O

Gain a broad understanding of the petroleum industry as a whole, as well as the legal, environmental and regulatory aspects involved.

Benefits

• Prepare to take MRU’s Land Administration Extension Certificates

Program Format

• Complete the 4 required courses (126 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 5 years

mru.ca/landintro

403.440.5012 | 1.888.392.3655

Courses and Fees The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach CRN 50587

Online

May 1 – June 30

Online

May 1 – 31

Online

June 1 – 30

Legal Concepts CRN 50481 Land Concepts CRN 50482

Environmental Regulations CRN 50230

Online

May 1 – June 30

Enhance your skills with these courses Navigating Corporate Culture CRN 50480

Online

May 1 – 29

Making Meetings Move CRN 50172

Online

May 15 – June 3

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Canadian Association of Petroleum Production Accounting (CAPPA) Certificate Certificate O

Courses and Fees CAPPA Level 1: Introduction to the Oil Patch (choose 1 CRN) CRN 30543

Online

Jan. 4 – Apr. 28

CRN 50278

Online

May 1 – June 30

CAPPA Level 2: Oil Production Accounting CRN 30544

Online

Jan. 4 – Apr. 28

CRN 50279

Online

May 1 – June 30

CAPPA Level 3: Gas Production Accounting

Gain industry-recognized expertise in petroleum production accounting, with a solid understanding of the industry’s financial practices, government regulations and the role of the production accountant.

CRN 30545

Online

Jan. 4 – Apr. 28

CRN 50280

Online

May 1 – June 30

Program Requirements

CRN 30551

Online

Jan. 4 – Apr. 28

CRN 50281

Online

May 1 – June 30

• Canadian high school diploma or equivalent, or mature student status with at least 2 years of business experience. • As of September 1, 2015 all CAPPA students are required to complete a financial accounting concepts course prior to registering in CAPPA Level 4. • CAPPA strongly recommends ESL students achieve level 8 in the Canadian Language Benchmark Placement Test. • CAPPA recommends completion of an introductory MS Excel course

CAPPA Level 4: Advanced Production Accounting

CAPPA Level 5: Case Study CRN 30208

Online

Jan. 4 – Apr. 28

CRN 50089

Online

May 1 – June 30

Financial Accounting Fundamentals CRN 50570 7 classes May 6 – 13 May 20 – no class May 29 June 3 – 17 June 24

46 hours

$550

49 hours

$550

49 hours

$550

49 hours

$550

51 hours

$550

36 hours 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

$549 S

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This course meets CAPPA's Financial Accounting Concepts prerequisite for CAPPA level 4 Course materials used in this course are owned by The Canadian Association of Petroleum Production Accounting and are used under license. The Canadian Association of Petroleum Production Accounting is a trademark used under license.

Students enrolling in the CAPPA Certificate Program as of July 1, 2017 will be required to complete the CAPPA program within 3 years. Current students, who register prior to this date, will continue to have 5 years for completion.

Program Format

• Complete the 5 required courses (244 hours) • Note: online students are required to attend exams on campus in a monitored setting. • CAPPA requires completion of additional online training modules provided by Petrinex.

mru.ca/CAPPA

403.440.5012 | 1.888.392.3655

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H Hybrid

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Oil and Gas Petroleum Land Business

Courses and Fees - Recommended Order The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach CRN 50587

Extension Certificate B

Online

May 1 – June 30

Online

May 1 – 31

Legal Concepts

Developed in association with the Canadian Association of Petroleum Landmen (CAPL), this is an ideal gateway for jobs in the petroleum industry. Explore the technical, legal and business aspects of the petroleum industry and build skills in negotiations and strategic thinking.

CRN 50481

Strategic Thinking for Land Business CRN 50483

5 classes

April 24 – May 29

Case Studies – Land Business CRN 50436

10 classes

April 19 – 24

45 hours

$550

21 hours

$359

15 hours

$350

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

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$550

6 – 9 p.m.

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$359

Program Format

• Complete the 13 required courses (338 hours) • Can be completed within 2.5 years, up to a maximum of 5 years

mru.ca/landbusiness

403.440.5012 | 1.888.392.3655

Petroleum Land Administration: Land Contracts

Courses Offered in Fall 2017 Ethics and Fiduciary Duties

15 hours

Workplace Presentation Skills

7 hours

$219

Land Agreements

45 hours

$549

Economics and Petroleum Asset Evaluation

24 hours

$399

PLB Workplace and Career Preparation

15 hours

$225

Land Concepts

24 hours

$359

Surface Rights and Regulations Overview

30 hours

$550

Land Negotiations

36 hours

$550

Courses and Fees Case Studies in Contracts and Technical Issues

30 hours

$550

CRN 50108

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

10 classes

April 18 – May 18

Extension Certificate C O Developed by industry experts, this certificate provides the expertise you need for the rewarding field of petroleum land contract administration.

Benefits

• Leverage your Petroleum Land Administration: Mineral Rights Extension Certificate to the next level • Prepare to advance in your land administration career

Program Format

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• Complete the 5 required courses (141 hours) • Can be completed within 3 semesters, up to a maximum of 5 years

mru.ca/landcontracts

403.440.5012 | 1.888.392.3655

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Petroleum Land Administration: Surface Rights Extension Certificate C O

This industry-recognized certificate focuses on the surface rights aspect of petroleum land administration, giving you an unparalleled opportunity for hands-on learning in every facet of this exciting profession.

Benefits

• Prepare for an entry-level surface land administration role • Expand your current industry knowledge

Courses and Fees The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach CRN 50587

Online Online Online Online

$549

21 hours

$359

24 hours

$359

May 1 – June 30

Land Concepts CRN 50482

36 hours May 1 – June 30

Legal Concepts CRN 50481

$550

May 1 – June 30

Environmental Regulations CRN 50230

45 hours

June 1 – 30

Required courses: The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach or CAPPA, Level 1: Introduction to the Oil Patch, Environmental Regulations, Legal Concepts, Land Concepts

Program Format

• Complete the Introduction to the Petroleum Industry Extension Certificate (126 hours) PLUS the 5 required Mineral Rights courses (90 hours). Total program hours: 216. • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 5 years

mru.ca/surface

403.440.5012 | 1.888.392.3655

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Social and Environmental Prosperity Community Investment Professional

Extension Certificate O

Community investment (CI) is a key business function for corporate Canada. An effective CI strategy aligns with a corporation’s business goals and positively contributes to the communities in which it operates. When well designed and executed, a company’s CI strategy will effectively and efficiently promote its brand, inspire its employees and enhance the community.

Benefits

• Prepare for a career in the community sector • Learn to facilitate community prosperity through creative thinking and strategic actions • Provide leadership, funding and resources to address social issues, environmental sustainability and/or cultural vitality • Fill knowledge gaps in your community job or volunteer responsibilities

Program Format

• Complete the 4 required courses, plus 1 optional course (75 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years

Courses and Fees The Meaning and Purpose of Community Investment Offered in Fall 2017 The Community Investment Landscape Offered in Fall 2017 Designing a Community Investment Strategy CRN 50577 Online April 21 – May 26 Implementing a Community Investment Strategy CRN 50579 Online May 23 – June 27 Choose 1 Optional Course Social Innovation and Changemaking Offered in Fall 2017 Mobilizing for Systems Change Offered in Fall 2017 Measuring Social Impact CRN 50575 Online & April 24 – May 13 2 classes April 29 – May 13 Social Innovation Lab CRN 50576 Online & June 5 – 24 2 classes June 10 – 24 Introduction to Voluntarism in the Nonprofit Sector CRN 30120 Online April 5 – May 10 Fund Development and Corporate Philanthropy Offered in Fall 2017 Marketing and Strategic Communications Offered in Fall 2017 Negotiating with Integrity CRN 50391 Online May 1 – 29 Effective Facilitation for Managers and Leaders Offered in Fall 2017

15 hours

$399

15 hours

$399

15 hours

$399

15 hours

$399

15 hours

$389

15 hours

$389

15 hours

$389

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$329

15 hours

$409

15 hours

$375

15 hours

$420

mru.ca/community investment 403.440.6013 | 1.888.392.3655

Stack Sampling

Courses and Fees

Courses C

Stack Sampling Workshop

mru.ca/stack

CRN 50015

403.440.6013 | 1.888.392.3655

5 classes

35 hours May 8 – 12

15 hours

Stack Sampling Theory CRN 70096

2 classes

Aug. 22 – 23

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Nonprofit Management

Extension Certificate O Gain a thorough understanding of the nonprofit sector and board governance in Canada, and discover strategies for building successful partnerships and alliances. Learn from experienced nonprofit professionals and acquire relevant skills that can be applied immediately in the workplace.

Benefits

• Acquire skills to bolster your current nonprofit workplace or volunteer role • Prepare for a career in the nonprofit sector • Gain a recognized credential

Program Format

• Complete the 8 required courses, plus 2 optional courses (150 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/nonprofitmanagement

403.440.6636 | 1.888.392.3655

Social Innovation

Courses and Fees Introduction to Nonprofit Management CRN 50037 Online May 1 – 29 Keys to Managing Nonprofit Organizations I: Strategic Management CRN 50592 Online May 30 – June 27 Program Planning and Evaluation for the Nonprofit Sector Offered in Fall 2017 Ethical Issues in the Nonprofit Sector Offered in Fall 2017 Board Governance in the Nonprofit Sector CRN 50235 Online May 4 – June 8 Introduction to Voluntarism in the Nonprofit Sector CRN 30120 Online April 5 – May 10 Fund Development and Corporate Philanthropy Offered in Fall 2017 Law for the Nonprofit Sector Offered in Fall 2017

15 hours

$329

15 hours

$329

15 hours

$329

15 hours

$329

15 hours

$329

15 hours

$329

15 hours

$329

$329

$329 $329

Courses and Fees

Extension Certificate B

Meeting urgent and complex challenges, such as climate change, food security and urbanization, requires new knowledge, skills and approaches. Social innovation is about finding ways to introduce lasting changes at all levels – individual, organizational, and societal – to increase the resilience of vulnerable people and the planet. Social innovators come from every sector and discipline. What they share is a curiosity and a passion for tackling complex social, environmental, and/or cultural challenges.

Offered in Fall 2017 Mobilizing for Systems Change

15 hours

$389

15 hours

$389

15 hours

$389

Offered in Fall 2017 Measuring Social Impact CRN 50575

Online & 2 classes

April 24 – May 13 April 29 – May 13

15 hours

Social Innovation Lab CRN 50576

Online &

June 5 – 24

2 classes

June 10 – 24

Benefits

• Learn to differentiate between key social innovation definitions and concepts • Define social innovation more broadly and understand its' connection to systems change • Recognize current issues in social innovation, logically and globally • Acquire the capacities required to affect meaningful change, and apply these to their own experience • Connect to resources and tools that will help students to further their social change efforts

B Blended

H Hybrid

W Webinars

8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.

8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

S $389 S

Program Format

• Complete the 4 required courses (60 hours) • Although the courses are designed to be taken in the order listed, please note the courses can be taken in any order • Can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/socialinnovation

403.440.6636 | 1.888.392.3655

P Practicum/Field Trip F Fast Track

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C Classroom O Online

$329

Choose 2 Optional Courses Keys to Managing Nonprofit Organizations II: 15 hours Roles and Relationships CRN 30212 Online April 6 – May 4 Marketing and Public Relations in the Nonprofit Sector 15 hours CRN 50110 Online May 29 – June 26 Financial Basics: Keeping it Simple for Nonprofit Managers 15 hours Offered in Fall 2017

Social Innovation and Changemaking

MacEwan University School of Continuing Education, in association with Mount Royal University Continuing Education and Extension, is pleased to offer the Social Innovation certificate program. This program aims to provide social innovators from across Alberta with a unique learning opportunity. Through blended (in-person and online) delivery, learners will deepen their understanding of complex systems, develop their personal capacities as social innovators, build relationships with other social innovators and apply their learning to their own initiative or context. Upon completion, your certificate will be awarded by Mount Royal University.

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Teaching and Learning Adult Educator Seminar Series

Courses and Fees

Certificate of Completion C O

Principles of Adult Learning (choose 1 CRN)

3 hours

CRN 50038

1 class

June 12

9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

CRN 70027

1 class

Aug. 14

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Enhance your knowledge of adult learning principles and the specialized needs of adult learners through this dynamic and interactive seminar series. Develop strategies and techniques for immediate practical application to your work.

CRN 50040

1 class

June 12

1 – 4 p.m.

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CRN 70031

1 class

Aug. 14

1 – 4 p.m.

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Benefits

Classroom Presentation Skills (choose 1 CRN)

3 hours

CRN 50042

1 class

June 14

1 – 4 p.m.

CRN 70045

1 class

Aug. 16

1 – 4 p.m.

• Learn to plan, administer and deliver education to adults in the workplace, nonprofits and educational settings • Enhance your skills as a volunteer, educator, trainer or coach • Complement your HR, counselling or staff training knowledge

Program Format

• Classroom version – complete the 9 required courses, and 2 optional courses (33 hours) • Online version – complete the 3 required courses (36 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/adulteducator

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cehealth@mtroyal.ca

Designing Learning Outcomes (choose 1 CRN)

3 hours

Learning Styles: Implications for Adult Educators (choose 1 CRN) 3 hours

$99

$99 W W $99

CRN 50044

1 class

June 13

1 – 4 p.m.

T

CRN 70029

1 class

Aug. 15

1 – 4 p.m.

T

Effective Teaching Techniques (choose 1 CRN)

3 hours

CRN 50046

1 class

June 14

9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

CRN 70033

1 class

Aug. 16

Assessing Teaching and Learning (choose 1 CRN)

9 a.m. – 12 p.m. 3 hours

$99 W W $99

CRN 50048

1 class

June 13

9.a.m – 12 p.m.

T

CRN 70037

1 class

Aug. 15

9.a.m – 12 p.m.

T

Tools to Enhance Instruction and Presentation (choose 1 CRN)

3 hours

CRN 50104

1 class

June 15

9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

CRN 70041

1 class

Aug. 17

Conflict Resolution in the Classroom (choose 1 CRN)

9 a.m. – 12 p.m. 3 hours

$99 R R $99

CRN 50050

1 class

June 15

1 – 4 p.m.

R

CRN 70043

1 class

Aug. 17

1 – 4 p.m.

R

Culturally Responsive Facilitation (choose 1 CRN)

3 hours

CRN 50052

1 class

June 16

9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

CRN 70039

1 class

Aug. 18

Generational Differences in Learning (choose 1 CRN)

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9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

$99

9 a.m. – 12 p.m. 3 hours

$99 F F $99

CRN 50054

1 class

June 13

6 – 9 p.m.

T

CRN 70035

1 class

Aug. 15

6 – 9 p.m.

T

Designing and Assessing Student Assignments (choose 1 CRN)

3 hours

$99

CRN 50069

1 class

June 14

6 – 9 p.m.

W

CRN 70277

1 class

Aug. 16

6 – 9 p.m.

W

Using Case Studies in the Classroom (choose 1 CRN)

3 hours

CRN 50503

1 class

June 16

1 – 4 p.m.

F

CRN 70279

1 class

Aug. 18

1 – 4 p.m.

F

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$99


Curriculum Development and Instructional Design Extension Certificate O

Advance your skill-set and develop practical and theoretical knowledge as an educator, while you gain the skills to design and analyze course curriculum in your field of expertise. Apply the principles of instructional design to create a customized project that demonstrates your ability to write effective learning outcome statements, design assessment and instructional strategies, integrate media, and evaluate and revise curriculum.

Benefits

• Enhance your professional knowledge and experience in educational design • Learn to apply a variety of instructional strategies, tactics and tools for developing learning activities • Identify the potential for media applications in a variety of design projects

Teacher Education mru.ca/teachertraining

403.440 .5100 | 1.866.775.2673

Courses and Fees Principles of Instructional Design

15 hours

$389

15 hours

$389

15 hours

$389

15 hours

$389

15 hours

$389

15 hours

$389

Offered in Fall 2017 Designing Assessment Strategies Offered in Fall 2017 Designing Instructional Strategies Offered in Fall 2017 Media Trends: Instruct Design CRN 50319

Online

May 19 – June 18

Curriculum Template Design Offered in Fall 2017 Curriculum Implementation and Evaluation CRN 50321

Online

May 19 – June 18

Program Format

• Complete the 6 required courses (90 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years

mru.ca/curriculum

403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 cehealth@mtroyal.ca

Supporting International Learners in Your Classroom C Join this interactive 3-hour workshop to discover ways to use inclusive language and create a university classroom environment that enhances the learning experience for all students. Develop strategies and techniques for immediate application to your teaching practice. Courses and Fees Supporting International Learners in Your Classroom (choose 1 CRN)

3 hours

CRN 7035

1 class

Aug. 10

1 – 4 p.m.

W

CRN 7036

1 class

Aug. 17

1 – 4 p.m.

W

CRN 7037

1 class

Aug. 24

1 – 4 p.m.

W

CRN 7038

1 class

Aug. 31

1 – 4 p.m.

W

$99 + GST

Language for Teaching in English C

Courses and Fees

C Classroom O Online

Language for Teaching in English (choose 1 CRN)

16 hours

CRN 7039

8 classes

July 5 – 28

2 – 4 p.m.

T, R

CRN 7040

8 classes

Aug. 9 – 25

2 – 4 p.m.

T, R

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H Hybrid

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$225 + GST

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Designed for visiting international teachers and professors, these interactive classes are designed to enhance your language skills for teaching in English. By engaging your peers in relationship builders, learning tasks and mini-lessons, you gain confidence in your ability to interact effectively and to present information and ideas clearly in a classroom context.

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Teaching and Learning Education Assistant Certificate - Application Required C P

Begin a rewarding career in the field of education! Our education assistant program will give you an opportunity to make a meaningful difference in a child’s life in this growing field. This program will prepare you for the social and educational benefits of working in diverse and inclusive classrooms while you gain real-life experience through supervised K–12 practicum placements.

Benefits

• Experience university life, with small class sizes, expert instructors and a dedicated program team • Develop communication skills that are necessary to connect with students and educational professionals • Build the skills to successfully participate in a variety of classroom environments through practicum placements • Connect with employers through HR recruitment presentations This program is eligible for transfer credit towards a university degree

Dawn O'Byrne

Education Assistant Certificate “I actually came here a few years ago to do open studies,” Dawn O’Byrne starts. Like many students, she didn’t feel like her marks were what she wanted them to be, so she took some time away from school. “I really struggled in the past to find a career direction,” she admits, “I felt like my focus at that time was more on my identity. Now, I feel like my focus is on where I see myself career-wise.” With a desire to help people and a passion for learning, she enrolled in MRU Continuing Education’s Education Assistant program. “The difference between then and now is that I take my work very seriously,” she says, “I’m more academic now and my grades are wicked.” A true educator, O’Byrne is enthusiastic to share her experience, “I feel like I’m living my dream,” she says, “I couldn’t be happier.”

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Delivery

• Study full-time or part-time • Can be completed full-time within 8.5 months or part-time within 6 years

Visit mru.ca/edassistant for application details 403.440.6867 | 1.866.616.3606 edassistant@mtroyal.ca


The Bella Concert Hall Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts

Book our state-of-the-art facilities Hold your next corporate or community event, conference, trade show or performance at Mount Royal University. The facilities and services offered by our Event and Theatre Services team are second to none in the city. With hundreds of satisfied clients, years of experience in the event industry and a commitment to providing exceptional customer service, the Event and Theatre Services team has what it takes to make your next event a success.

Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts The spaces in the stunning Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts are available for rental. From the 787-seat Bella Concert Hall to the two-level lobby, meeting rooms and studios, there is a space that is ideal for your performance or event. Mount Royal has additional performing arts venues and a wide variety of board rooms, meeting rooms and spaces perfect for your next event.

From site plans to audiovisual requirements; from menu planning, to event directional signage and coat check; and from box office and theatre technical services, our professionals are with you every step of the way.

Event and Theatre Services

Roderick Mah Centre for Continuous Learning

mru.ca/mrevents

The Roderick Mah Centre for Continuous Learning is one of the finest learning and conference venues in North America. It boasts a flexible 600–person capacity hall, numerous meeting and training rooms, computer labs and a large boardroom.

403.440.8890 | mrevents@mtroyal.ca


Cowtown Opera

APRIL 2

The Queen, The Bear and The Bumblebee

APRIL 23

Pedrito Martinez Group

APRIL 22

Journey Live!

MAY 5

MUSIC TO YOUR EARS CONCERT SEASON 2016/17 MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY CONSERVATORY PRESENTS

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Mount Royal University Conservatory Classes and Programs Spring 2017

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About the MRU Conservatory

Facilities

Our mission is to nurture the artistic potential in everyone, and identify and train the great artists of tomorrow. We teach more than 4,000 students every year and welcome tens of thousands of others from our community to attend our festivals, concerts and special events.

The Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts is also home to the TransAlta Pavilion, classrooms and studios to serve Conservatory students and faculty, as well as organizations that rent the facilities for meetings, performances and events.

At the Mount Royal University Conservatory, we believe that the human spirit achieves its truest expression and deepest fulfillment through the arts. We have played a pivotal role in Calgary’s performing arts scene since 1911, enabling people of all ages and abilities to take part in the performing arts. Now the largest institution of our kind in Canada, we are unique in the breadth and scope of our programming, serving a large and diverse community.

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We have a place for you

Whether your goal is to introduce your baby or toddler to the world of music, or to learn to play an instrument at age 6 or 106, the Mount Royal University Conservatory has a program for you. From advanced programs for elite young professionals to adult beginner classes to music appreciation, the Mount Royal University Conservatory’s programs serve diverse learners who have one thing in common — a love of music and speech arts.

The stunning Bella Concert Hall is at the heart of the Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts. The 787-seat venue is host to our new 2016/17 MRU Conservatory Concert Season: Music To Your Ears. It is also the new home of the Wyatt Concert Series, featuring distinguished visiting faculty from around the globe. Perhaps most importantly, it is the stage where many of tomorrow’s stars of classical music will play their first public performances, experiencing the magical connection that is only possible with a live audience.

There are three more performance venues at Mount Royal University, each suitable for intimate performances and events: the Leacock Theatre, the Wright Theatre and the Nickle Theatre.


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Custom Workshops and Clinics ............... 66

Academy for Young Artists ......................... 67 Advanced Performance Program............ 68 Summer Classes

Summer Jazz Intensive ...................................................... 69 Blues Guitar Workshop ...................................................... 69 Drum Set Camp ................................................................. 69 Pedagogy of Harmony ........................................................ 69 Classical GuitarFest West ...................................................70 Calgary Piano Institute ........................................................70 Cowtown Opera Summer Academy ..................................70

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Private Lessons Every person, every age, and every level of development Private lessons are available in all areas of music and speech instruction for all ages and levels of development, either on-campus or in many Calgary communities taught by highlyqualified professional teachers and performers with real-life musical experience. Lessons are taught in a variety of styles including: blues, classical, contemporary, country, flamenco, folk, jazz, latin, popular, rock, traditional, and much more. All are tailored to your interests. New students must complete an online lesson placement request form (http://www.mtroyal.ca/Conservatory/lessonform.html). A coordinator will contact you directly to assist with your placement for the term, once the number, length, time and day for your lessons has been determined, or you can call 403.440.6821 during office hours to register. Fees: $78 - $100/hr.

Music training boosts brain development It’s what parents and teachers dream of: early music training is proven to help children succeed in the long run. Music training for youngsters increases the neural connections in regions of the brain associated with creativity, decision making and complex memory, according to studies from the Society for Neuroscience.

And it doesn’t end there Music training leads to:

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improved overall IQ, particularly in language and math

better emotional resilience

bolstered self confidence

improved attention and concentration

enhanced social skills and empathy

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Violin Viola Cello Double Bass Guitar Harp

Woodwinds • • • • •

Flute Clarinet Oboe Bassoon Saxophone

Brass • • • • •

Trumpet French Horn Trombone Euphonium Tuba

Chinese Instruments • • •

Erhu Dizi Guzheng

Voice Composition

Speech Arts and Drama Music Theory

Music History Percussion

Piano/Keyboard


Custom Workshops and Clinics Experience the Mount Royal University Conservatory difference Mount Royal University Conservatory is committed to supporting non-profit music education in our community and creating exceptional learning opportunities for young performers. We will work with you to design custom workshops or clinics for any size. At the Mount Royal University Conservatory, programs are tailored to your budget, needs and schedule. Offerings include: • • • • • •

concert bands and wind ensembles jazz bands, ensembles and combos choirs/choral groups strings orchestras professional development workshops for teachers

Not only will you be working with Western Canada’s most experienced and comprehensive music school, you will have access to superior facilities like our new Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts. •

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State-of-the-art studios, masterclass suites, large ensemble rehearsal rooms and new performance spaces which will accommodate full orchestras and mass choirs Professional performance theatres Catering or access to on-campus food service options MRU carries comprehensive liability insurance as a public, post-secondary institution Workshops can include access to MRU recreational facilities, including the Aquatic Centre, Stanley Gymnasium and Climbing Centre Diverse offering of supplementary music options

To discuss your requirements, email jroggensack@mtroyal.ca

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Academy for Young Artists Entrance to all Academy programs is by audition only. Applications will be accepted until April 15, 2017. An enrichment program providing intensive musical training of the highest quality to today’s outstanding young artists. The Academy Program offers participants a balanced, performance-based course of study, as well as opportunities to meet and perform with professional musicians and renowned teachers. Specific training includes: sessions with acclaimed musicians in private lessons, small group classes and masterclasses; individual sessions with an assigned collaborative pianist; chamber music coachings; frequent recitals aimed at developing confidence and stage presence; and, participation in a large ensemble for those students who play orchestral instruments. Through regular performances, participants gain valuable experience in a variety of settings for audiences that may consist of their peers, faculty members, guest artists and the public. The Academy Program offers gifted young musicians the opportunity to progress at an accelerated pace. Graduates who continue with their musical studies are much sought-after by leading post-secondary music schools both in Canada, the United States and Europe. The Academy Program’s reputation is known and respected throughout the world.

Strings, Piano, Woodwinds, Brass and Percussion The Academy’s instrumental program is divided into distinct levels. Junior Academy: students benefit from the extensive technical enrichment provided at this level, with emphasis being on developing technical proficiency and musical skills Intermediate Academy: for students who are playing advanced repertoire, but still developing their performance skills Associate Academy: an "entry level" to Senior Academy, Associate Academy is for younger students who are playing advanced repertoire Senior Academy: for musically mature students who are playing very advanced repertoire In addition, we are pleased to offer an Honours Class, which is suitable for extraordinary young talents accelerating at a pace beyond their age. MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY •

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New students are placed in the program based on the results of their audition, while those already in the Academy are required to re-audition yearly to maintain or move on to the next level. Students not placed into one of these levels may be considered for Academy Participant status.

Guitar The Academy guitar program is for enthusiastic, ambitious young players seeking a well-rounded music education. This cost-effective program is designed as a supplement to a student’s private guitar lessons, offering a group environment where they may further develop their playing ability, performance skills, theoretical foundation and overall musicianship. With Junior, Intermediate, Associate and Senior levels, the program includes dedicated young players, as well as aspiring professionals.

Voice This is a comprehensive, credit-free training program for singers ages 13 – 19 who exhibit a sincere desire and the vocal talent to become a classical singer. The vocal program is a supplement to private voice lessons, focusing on the educational needs of the developing singer and offering large and small ensemble performance experience. Singing in monthly recitals is required and lectures pertaining to the study of classical voice are part of this program. For full information on the Academy for Young Artists visit mru.ca/academy.

Wyatt Artist in Residence Program In music, as in other disciplines, artists often point to an educational encounter with or a transformational performance by a great artist as the inspiration for their commitment to a life in the performing arts. The Wyatt Artist in Residence Program strives to provide our Academy students with those transformational experiences, bringing them together with the very best mentors in their field and closing the loop between emerging talent and truly great artists of our time. This important component of the Academy for Young Artists was initiated by an anonymous supporter in honour of Hal Wyatt and his wife, Marnie. Since its inception, the Wyatt program has afforded our students the opportunity to hear and study with an incredible array of true international stars in intimate masterclass settings. Past artists in residence include: James Ehnes, Nicola Benedetti and Ian Swensen, violin; Laurence Lesser, Lynn Harrell and Franz Helmerson, cello; Anton Kuerti, Gabriela Montero and Yuja Wang, piano; the Assad Brothers, guitar; Susanne Mentzer, Russell Braun and New York Polyphony, voice; and the New Orford and Vogler quartets. For more information, visit mru.ca/wyatt.


Advanced Performance Program Applications are accepted until March 15, 2017 A unique program for aspiring professional musicians who wish to intensively hone their performance technique, musicianship and collaboration skills in an inspiring, supportive environment. In our program, highly self-motivated students, while being artistically challenged, will have the flexibility to work toward their goals and prepare themselves to succeed in future academic and professional endeavors. The Advanced Performance Program is for music students at the undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate levels. However, exceptional students of high school age will also be considered. The Advanced Performance Program is an intensive, non-credit program which runs from September to May each year and can be pursued for 1 – 4 years.

Advanced Performance Program students wishing to pursue B.Mus. or M.Mus. degrees, while participating in the Advanced Performance program, can do so through a collaborative initiative between the University of Calgary and the Mount Royal University Conservatory. Students must apply to and fulfill entrance requirements for both institutions. Interested students should contact the Program Administrator for more information: academychoral@mtroyal.ca

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Strings Piano Brass Woodwinds Preformed chamber music ensembles* Guitar* Percussion* Voice*

* By special arrangement: Please contact Julia Haager or Kirill Kalmykov, co-Program Administrators for more information at 403.440.6590 or academychoral@mtroyal.ca.

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Summer Classes Summer Jazz Intensive

Ages 13+ The MRU Conservatory Jazz Intensive immerses students in a fun and supportive environment that focuses on the skills needed to play jazz and improvised music. The program allows instrumentalists of all ages an opportunity to study with a faculty of professional artists and educators, while making music with other motivated peers. The activities and classes throughout the week are geared towards the needs of each individual student, and are sure to grow the confidence and abilities of all participants. The faculty will help students to hear the sounds of jazz, to better understand those sounds and to apply that knowledge to musical situations. Classes and activities will include: Small ensembles/combos: rehearse daily with a small group led by faculty artists Musicianship: classes that focus on ear training and rhythmic exercises Jazz improvisation/theory: break down the barriers to understanding harmony, song forms and scales Masterclass/special presentations: faculty perform live demonstrations and share their experiences about what it’s like to study, perform, compose, and live a life in jazz! Guided listening: sessions led by faculty that explore the recorded history of jazz Jam sessions: playing sessions with other students and faculty $425

Summer Jazz Intensive (Ages 13+) CRN 1013

6 classes

July 3 – 8

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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Blues Guitar Workshop

Ages 16+ Tired of playing the same old licks or hitting wrong notes? Get purpose into your playing... get the ‘right note’ every time with instructor Ralf Buschmeyer. Topics include: • chord construction • blues rhythm styles • jazz-blues concepts and sound • styles of Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Albert King $250

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CRN 1012

5 classes

Aug. 14 – 18

6 – 8 p.m.

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Drum Set Camp

Ages 14+ Under the Artistic Direction of Tyler Hornby, the Drum Set Camp is the pinnacle drum event every year in Calgary, providing amazing drum instruction from world-class drummers who are experts in their field. This unique experience gives students young and old a chance to enhance their abilities on the drum set. This camp provides an intensive, yet fun, atmosphere in a master class setting, allowing participants to go at their own pace. Topics which will be covered include: • swing ride cymbal approaches • big band chart reading • jazz combo drumming • funk drumming • stick and pedal techniques • Cuban and Brazilian rhythms on the drum set • improvisation • jazz drum set history lectures • transcription analysis No auditions are required, however, applicants must be 14+ years and should have some drumming experience. $350

Drum Set Camp (Ages 14+) CRN 1002

5 classes

Aug. 14 – 18

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

M, T, W, R, F

Pedagogy of Harmony

Ages 18+ This one-week course offers teachers of Harmony an inspiring approach to teaching that engages the potential "whole" musician in each student – listener, performer and composer. The teaching of all foundational aspects of the standard Canadian conservatories’ Harmony curriculum, from essential materials to form, will be addressed in this refreshingly realistic context. Its pedagogical support enriches both the teachers’ and the students’ understanding and experience of the curriculum materials. Upon completion of this course, participants will: • articulate the interrelation of Harmony with the subjects of History and Performance • champion the critical role of creativity in the practical involvement with all materials • recognize the far–reaching merit of the role of structured listening in the teaching of Harmony • comprehend the importance of a strategic approach to the study of Harmony • define and demonstrate the Baroque 4-part chorale as the model structure for the Common Practice period Pedagogy of Harmony (Ages 18+) (choose 1 CRN)

$250

CRN 1004

5 classes

July 17 – 21

9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

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CRN 1005

5 classes

July 24 – 28

9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

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Classical GuitarFest West

Cowtown Opera Summer Academy

Technique classes and rehearsals run for three hours each morning, and afternoons are filled with faculty recitals and lectures, student performance workshops and masterclasses.

Our inspirational faculty of professionals with international experience will assist you with all aspects of vocal and artistic development. It is geared towards singers who are entering into, currently working on, or finished their post-secondary education in vocal studies.

Ages 13+ A week of guitar immersion guaranteed to excite and inspire. Classical GuitarFest West focuses on developing solo performance skills through private lessons and masterclasses, while enhancing musicianship through ensemble and/or flamenco rehearsals.

Students receive three private lessons with one or more faculty members and the week caps off with a student recital featuring solo and ensemble performances. Featured activities include: • guitar ensemble rehearsals and performance • flamenco rehearsals and performance • improvisation, technique and performance classes • faculty recitals and lectures • performance workshop • masterclasses with our excellent international faculty • private instruction • Luthier's Fair • faculty concerts • student recitals For emerging classical guitar performers and guitar students ages 13 and above, playing at a minimum Grade 4 RCM standard.

5 classes

Aug. 7 – 11

The program includes: • yoga for the voice and breath and body work private and group sessions • individual voice Lessons and coachings • private aria staging sessions • stagecraft classes • private monologue coachings • masterclasses in French Melodie, German Lieder, Opera Arias and more • classes on vocal health, career development, opera history and aesthetics, poetry and lyric diction, art song recital and staged opera scene showcase By the end of the 10 days, you will have increased confidence in your artistry and performance skills, as well as a better understanding of vocal health, stage presence, anatomy and pedagogy.

$400

Classical GuitarFest West (Ages 13+) CRN 1007

Ages 16+ The Cowtown Opera Summer Academy offers intensive short-term studies for singers who wish to hone their skills in the areas of opera, art song, stagecraft and vocal health.

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

M, T, W, R, F

$950

Full Course CRN 1010

10 classes

Aug. 10 – 19

CRN 1011

R–S $200

Auditor Fee

Calgary Piano Institute

8 a.m. – 8 p.m.

*By coordinator approval

Ages 7+ The Calgary Piano Institute is an intensive one-week piano immersion program designed to provide inspiration, opportunities and support during the summer. Students will experience a wide variety of musical experiences, develop friendships and grow as young artists. Taking place at the end of the summer, the program will catapult students into the new school year, refreshing technical skills and providing motivation at all levels. The week of musical excitement will culminate in a final Grand Recital on the last day. Parents, friends, family and general public are welcome and encouraged to attend free of charge. All students will participate in daily masterclasses and will have at least 2 private lessons during the week.

5 classes

Aug. 28 – Sept. 1

9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

M, T, W, R, F

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How to Register

Summer Office Hours Mid–June – Sept. 4

Private Lessons and Group Classes

Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Closed weekend and statutory holidays

Online Registration mru.ca/cons/register

In Person

Visit MRU Conservatory Main Reception during office hours. Ground Level, ED-0300, Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts, 4825 Mount Royal Gate, SW, Calgary AB.

To register online, the student being registered must have a Mount Royal Student ID number: • If you are registering anyone other than yourself, please ensure that the person being registered has his/her own MRU Student ID number. • If you are registering your child and he/she does not have an existing student ID number, you cannot use a parent’s student ID number to register that child. You will need to create a new student ID for that child.

By Phone

Call during office hours: 403.440.6821 Please have your Visa or MasterCard number ready. Your registration will by confirmed over the phone.

For Private Lessons

Choose the appropriate link on our Register Now web page for your online course registration, either for registering a student under 18 years of age, or if you are 18+ years of age and registering for courses. For group classes that have already started, please call 403.440.6821 to register.

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Abstract Painting with Acrylics ........................................................7 Academic Preparation for EAL Students .......................................42 Academic Preparation for EAL Students (Online) ..........................42 Academy for Young Artists ...........................................................67 A Career in the Floral Industry ....................................................... 4 Accounting Fundamentals Practice Set ......................................... 9 Accounting Principles for Computers ...................................... 1, 27 Accounting Software ...................................................................27 Addiction and Concurrent Mental Health Disorders .................... 24 Addiction Prevention ....................................................................24 Addiction Studies ......................................................................... 24 Administrative Assistant ................................................................ 1 Adult Educator Seminar Series .................................................... 57 Advanced Knowledge for Dementia Care .................................... 34 Advanced Microsoft Word for Writers and Editors ................. 22, 28 Advanced Performance Program ................................................. 68 Advanced Supply Chain Management .........................................15 Advanced Topics in Interior Decorating .......................................... 5 An Overview of Business Analysis ................................................ 8 Applying Feng Shui to Home Interiors ........................................... 3 Assessing Teaching and Learning ................................................ 57

Calgary Piano Institute .................................................................70 Canadian Association of Petroleum Production Accounting (CAPPA) Certificate ..............................................52 CAPPA Level 1: Introduction to the Oil Patch ..............................52 CAPPA Level 2: Oil Production Accounting .................................52 CAPPA Level 3: Gas Production Accounting ................................52 CAPPA Level 4: Advanced Production Accounting ......................52 CAPPA Level 5: Case Study ..........................................................52 Case Studies in Contracts and Technical Issues ...........................51 Case Studies – Land Business ......................................................51 Caring for Families .......................................................................34 Caring for Older Adults ................................................................34 Certified Payroll Manager (CPM) .................................................12 Change Management Fundamentals ....................................12, 45 Child and Youth Human Rights ....................................................25 Children’s Mental Health .............................................................25 Choosing Your Team and Managing Risk ...................................... 11 Classical GuitarFest West ............................................................70 Classroom Presentation Skills .....................................................57 Close-Up Photography ...................................................................6 Coaching in the Workplace, Level I ........................................45, 47 Communication and Interpersonal Skills for Leaders ..................46 Communication in Conflict Resolution ........................................32 Communication Skills for Health Professionals ...........................33 Community and Stakeholder Relations .......................................21 Community Investment Professional ..........................................55 Computer Essentials ...................................................................27 Conflict Resolution ......................................................................32 Conflict Resolution in the Classroom ..........................................57 Conflict Resolution Mediation Assessment .................................32 Conflict Resolution Negotiation Assessment ..............................32 Construction Project Administration and Control Systems ..........48 Construction Project Management: An Overview .......................48 Construction Project Management: Leadership and Management Skills ..........................................................48 Construction Project Management: Time, Cost and Scope .........48 Construction Project Safety and Environmental Management ....48 Construction Project Scheduling ..................................................48 Container Gardening ......................................................................4 Content Marketing Strategy ............................................. 16, 17, 19 Contract Development and Signing .............................................10 Contract Management .................................................................10 Contract Management and Compliance ......................................10 Contract Management: Business Law ........................................10 Contract Management Lifecycle ..................................................14 Contract Management Overview ................................................10 Contracts and Risk Management ................................................10 Copyediting and Proofreading .................................................17, 21

B Best Practices in Contract Management .....................................10 Best Practices in Project Management .......................................50 Birth Doula ...................................................................................33 Black and White Photography ........................................................6 Blogging for Business ............................................................ 16, 17 Blues Guitar Workshop ................................................................69 Board Governance in the Nonprofit Sector ..................................56 Bookbinding ................................................................................... 3 Botanical Drawing ..........................................................................7 Brand Reputation Management ............................................16, 20 Brand Strategy .............................................................................19 Business Analysis ..........................................................................8 Business Analysis Perspectives .....................................................8 Business of Integrative Health Coaching .....................................35 Business Plan Assessment ..................................................... 9, 11 Business Process Improvement ....................................................9 Business Process Management ....................................................9 Business Process Modeling ..........................................................8 Business Process Modeling and Analysis .....................................9 Business Project, Level 1 ........................................................1, 28 Business Project, Level 2 ........................................................1, 28 Business Skills and Portfolio Creation for Digital Design .............17 Business Skills and Portfolio Creation for Graphic Design ...........30

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Corsage Basics ..............................................................................4 Cowtown Opera Summer Academy ............................................70 Create a Biodiverse Garden with Insects ...................................... 4 Creative Writing, Level I .................................................................3 Crisis Communications ................................................................21 Culturally Responsive Facilitation ................................................57 Curriculum Development and Instructional Design .....................58 Curriculum Implementation and Evaluation .................................58 Curriculum Template Design ........................................................58 Customized Language Training ....................................................40 Cyber Smart, Cyber Safe .............................................................27

D Dealing with Difficult Conversations ............................................32 Decorating with Flowers ................................................................4 Delivering Your Message .............................................................18 Dementia Care .............................................................................34 Design and Authoring for Online Media ......................................22 Design EcoFriendly Rain Gardens ..................................................4 Designing and Assessing Student Assignments .........................57 Designing Assessment Strategies ...............................................58 Designing Gardens for the Calgary Region ....................................4 Designing Instructional Strategies ...............................................58 Designing in WordPress ..............................................................31 Designing Learning Outcomes ....................................................57 Develop a Business Case ..............................................................8 Develop a Successful Marketing Plan ......................................... 11 Digital Communications ..............................................................16 Digital Content Creation ..............................................................17 Digital Darkroom Basics .....................................................6, 17, 30 Digital Design in 3D for Interior Decorators ...................................5 Digital Graphic Design .................................................................30 Digital Marketing Research ..........................................................19 Diversity Management ................................................................45 Documentation Project Management .........................................22 Domains and Hosting ..................................................................29 DONA International Birth Doula Training ......................................33 Drawing, Introductory ....................................................................7 Drugs and the Brain .....................................................................24 Drum Set Camp ...........................................................................69

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Economics and Petroleum Asset Evaluation ...............................53 Editing Basics for Technical Documents ......................................22 Editing Fundamentals .......................................................17, 21, 22 Editing Portfolio ...........................................................................21 Education Assistant .....................................................................59 Effective Business Writing .....................................................22, 47 Effective Facilitation for Managers and Leaders ......................2, 55 Effective Interpersonal Communication .........................................2 Effective Leadership ....................................................................46 Effective Teaching Techniques ......................................................57 Effective Workplace Communication ...............................14, 46, 47 Emotional Intelligence at Work ..............................................45, 47 Employee Engagement .........................................................45, 47 Employee Relations ...............................................................45, 47 Employment Assistance ..............................................................23 Employment Preparation Certificate ............................................23 English for Academic Purposes ...................................................41 English for Professional and Advanced Communication ..............41 English Language ........................................................................41 English Language Full-Time Program ..........................................41

Enhanced Speaking Skills for Internationally Educated Professionals ..........................................................18 Entrepreneurship ......................................................................... 11 Environmental Health and Safety Issues .....................................13 Environmental Regulations ....................................................51, 54 Esoteric Feng Shui .........................................................................3 Essential Skills for the Administrative Professional .......................1 Ethical Issues in the Nonprofit Sector .........................................56 Ethics and Fiduciary Duties .........................................................53 Event Logistics ............................................................................18 Event Management .....................................................................18 Event Management: Final Project ................................................18 Event Marketing ..........................................................................18 Event Production .........................................................................18 Event Risk Management .............................................................18

F Facebook for Business .....................................................16, 17, 20 Facilitation Skills for Business Analysts .........................................8 Fairy Garden Terrarium ...................................................................4 Feng Shui Consulting: Orientation and Presentation .....................3 Feng Shui for Outdoor Spaces .......................................................3 Feng Shui for Work Environments .................................................3 Feng Shui Practitioner ....................................................................3 File Management Basics ................................................... 1, 27, 29 Final Cut Pro ................................................................................30 Financial Accounting Fundamentals ..................................9, 12, 52 Financial Basics: Keeping it Simple for Nonprofit Managers .......56 Financial Planning and Management for Small Business ............ 11 Finding Your Voice ........................................................................18 First Degree Reiki ........................................................................37 Floral Design ..................................................................................4 Floral Design, Level 1 ....................................................................4 Floral Design, Level 2 ....................................................................4 Floral Design, Level 3 ....................................................................4 Flowers for a Modern Wedding .....................................................4 Foundational English ....................................................................41 Foundations of Photography, Level 1 .............................................6 Foundations of Photography, Level 2 .............................................6 Foundations of Photography, Level I ............................................17 Foundations of Social Media for Business ................... 1, 16, 19, 20 Foundations of Technical Communication ....................................22 Framework for Healthy Development ..........................................25 Freehold Surface Rights ..............................................................53 Fund Development and Corporate Philanthropy ....................55, 56 Funeral Service ............................................................................26

G Gathering Contract Requirements ...............................................10 Generational Differences in Learning ...........................................57 Government Relations .................................................................21 Grammar and Punctuation Essentials ....................................21, 22 Grammar and Style in Creative Writing ..........................................3 Growing Culinary Herbs ................................................................4 Growing Food in the City ...............................................................4 Growing Wildflower Gardens .........................................................4 Guitar ..........................................................................................67


H Home Staging ................................................................................5 Home Staging as a Business .........................................................5 HTML and CSS ................................................................29, 30, 31 Human Resource Basics for Managers .............................1, 46, 47 Human Resource Management ..................................................45 Human Resources Information Management (HRIM) .................45

I Illustrator 1 ........................................................................16, 17, 30 Illustrator 2 ...................................................................................30 Implementing and Sustaining Lean .............................................. 11 InDesign 1 ..............................................................................17, 30 InDesign 2 ...................................................................................30 Integrated Marketing and Communications ................................19 Integrative Health Coach .............................................................35 Interior Decorating .........................................................................5 Interiors Past and Present .............................................................5 Interpersonal Relationship Skills ..................................................24 Interviewing Strategies .........................................................45, 47 Introduction to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom ................................6 Introduction to Bookbinding and Book Arts ...................................3 Introduction to Business Process Management ...........................9 Introduction to Conflict Resolution ..................................32, 45, 47 Introduction to Digital Graphic Design ....................................17, 30 Introduction to Digital SLR Cameras .............................................6 Introduction to Event Planning ..........................................1, 18, 19 Introduction to Feng Shui ..............................................................3 Introduction to Funeral Service ....................................................26 Introduction to Google Analytics ...........................................16, 20 Introduction to Home Staging .......................................................5 Introduction to Interior Decorating, Part 1 .....................................5 Introduction to Interior Decorating, Part 2 .....................................5 Introduction to Nonprofit Management .......................................56 Introduction to Public Relations ...................................................21 Introduction to Small Business and the Entrepreneurial Mindset 11 Introduction to Supply Chain Management .................................14 Introduction to the Petroleum Industry .......................................51 Introduction to Voluntarism in the Nonprofit Sector ..............55, 56 Introduction to WordPress .......................................... 16, 17, 19, 31 Introductory, Computers .............................................................29 Inventory and Warehousing .........................................................14

J JavaScript and JQuery .................................................................31 Joint Venture Administration ........................................................54 Joint Venture Agreements ...........................................................54 Joint Venture Analyst, Level 1 ......................................................54 Joint Venture Analyst, Level 2 ......................................................54

Karuna Reiki® I and II ..................................................................37 Keys to Managing Nonprofit Organizations I: Strategic Management ................................................................56

Lamaze Accredited Childbirth Educator ....................................... 33 Land Agreements ........................................................................53 Land Concepts .......................................................................51, 54 Land Negotiations ........................................................................53 Language for Teaching in English .................................................58 Law for the Nonprofit Sector .......................................................56 Leaders, Culture and Change ..........................................12, 46, 48 Leadership Development .............................................................46 Leadership for Dementia Care .....................................................34 Leading and Implementing Change .............................................12 Leading and Influencing Others ...................................................46 Lean Culture ................................................................................ 11 Lean Management and Continuous Improvement ...................... 11 Lean Principles ............................................................................. 11 Lean Tools .................................................................................... 11 Learning Styles: Implications for Adult Educators .......................57 Legal Concepts ................................................................51, 53, 54 LinkedIn for Business .......................................................16, 17, 20 Low Maintenance Landscaping .....................................................4

M Mac Basics ..................................................................................29 Mac, Computers ..........................................................................29 Making Meetings Move .............................................................1, 2 Management Development .........................................................47 Managing and Sustaining Change ...............................................12 Managing Conflict in Today’s Workplace ......................................32 Managing Content for Social Media .................................16, 17, 20 Managing Small Business Operations, Growth and Human Resources .............................................. 11 Marketing and Events Skills .........................................................19 Marketing and Public Relations in the Nonprofit Sector ..............56 Marketing and Strategic Communications ............................19, 55 Massage Basics, Level 1 .......................................................33, 38 Massage Therapy .........................................................................38 Materials for Surface Finishes .......................................................5 Measuring and Evaluating Business Performance .......................48 Measuring Social Impact .......................................................55, 56 Mediation Practice Session .........................................................32 Media Trends in Instructional Design ...........................................58 Medical Terminology ....................................................................35 Medical Terminology 1 .................................................................35 Medical Terminology 2 .................................................................35 Medical Terminology 3 .................................................................35 Meeting Mastery ...........................................................................2 Mini-Coptic Binding with Wood Covers .........................................3 Minimalist Floral Design ................................................................4 Mobilizing for Systems Change .............................................55, 56 Mountain Photography Workshop .................................................6 MS Access, Level 1 .....................................................................28 MS Excel, Level 1 .............................................................. 1, 27, 28 MS Excel, Level 2 ....................................................................1, 28 MS Excel, Level 3 ........................................................................28 MS Office Pro ..............................................................................28 MS Outlook ................................................................. 1, 27, 28, 29 MS PowerPoint, Level 1 ..................................................... 1, 27, 28 MS PowerPoint, Level 2 ...............................................................28 MS Project ...................................................................................28 MS Word, Level 1 .............................................................. 1, 27, 28 MS Word, Level 2 ....................................................................1, 28

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N Navigating Corporate Culture .......................................................51 Negotiating Contracts ............................................................ 10, 14 Negotiating with Integrity ......................................................32, 55 Negotiation Practice Session .......................................................32 Neonatal Critical Moments I ........................................................36 Neonatal Development and Homeostasis ...................................36 Neonatal Nursing .........................................................................36 Neonatal Nursing Clinical Experience ..........................................36 Nonprofit Management ...............................................................56

O Occupational Health & Safety ......................................................38 Online Community Engagement ........................................... 16, 17 Organizational Change Management ..........................................12 Organizational Effectiveness ..................................................45, 47 Organizational Training and Development ..............................45, 47

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Participation Rights: Child and Youth Responsible Citizenship .....25 Payroll ..........................................................................................12 Payroll Compliance Legislation ..............................................12, 45 Payroll Compliance Practitioner ....................................................12 Payroll Fundamentals 1 ................................................................12 Payroll Fundamentals 2 ................................................................12 Pedagogy of Harmony .................................................................69 Perinatal Assessment ..................................................................36 Perinatal Critical Moments I .........................................................36 Perinatal Nursing .........................................................................36 Perinatal Nursing Clinical Experience ...........................................36 Personal Fitness Trainer ...............................................................39 Personal Sales Management Strategies ......................................13 Perspective Drawing ......................................................................5 Petroleum Land Administration: Land Contracts .........................53 Petroleum Land Administration: Surface Rights ..........................54 Petroleum Land Business ............................................................53 Photography ..................................................................................6 Photoshop 1 .........................................................16, 17, 29, 30, 31 Photoshop 2 ................................................................................30 Pillars of Management .................................................................46 Placement Test ............................................................................41 Plan and Manage Business Analysis Work ....................................8 Planning and Scheduling ..............................................................14 PLB Workplace and Career Preparation .......................................53 PMP® Exam Preparation .............................................................50 Police Studies ..............................................................................24 Portrait Photography Level 2 ..........................................................6 Practical Project Controls Management ......................................50 Practice Competencies for Dementia Care .................................34 Preparing for Change ...................................................................12 Preparing for the Final Assessment .............................................49 Presenting Your Business Plan ..................................................... 11 Principles of Adult Learning .........................................................57 Principles of Instructional Design ................................................58 Private Lessons ...........................................................................65 Procurement 1 .............................................................................14 Procurement 2 .............................................................................14 Producing Software Specifications ..............................................22 Professional Design Presentation .................................................. 5 Professional Editing .....................................................................21

Professional Management Seminar Series ..................................45 Professional Sales Fundamentals ..........................................13, 47 Program Planning and Evaluation for the Nonprofit Sector .........56 Project Management ...................................................................49 Project Management: An Overview ................................ 47, 49, 51 Project Management Basics ........................................................45 Project Management: Fast Track ..................................................49 Project Management: Final Assessment Paper .....................48, 49 Project Management: Human Resource, Communications and Stakeholder Management ...............................................49 Project Management in Construction ..........................................48 Project Management: Integration and Scope ..............................49 Project Management Online, Module 1: Overview and Initiating Processes .........................................49 Project Management Online, Module 2: Planning Processes ................................................................49 Project Management Online, Module 3: Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing Processes ...........................................................49 Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification Exam Preparation Workshop ..............................50 Project Management: Quality ......................................................49 Project Management: Risk and Procurement ..............................49 Project Management: Time and Cost ..........................................49 Public Relations ...........................................................................21

Q QuickBooks, Level 1 ....................................................................27

R Real Property Administrator® / Facilities Management Administrator® .......................................13 Refining Your Pronunciation .........................................................18 Reiki ..........................................................................................37 Reiki Share ...................................................................................37 Relationship Coaching .................................................................35 Relationship Sales Process and Methodology .............................13 Resolving Conflict in the Workplace ............................................32 Resource Management for Event Planning .................................18

S Sales Development ......................................................................13 Search Engine Marketing (SEM) ............................................ 16, 17 Second Degree Reiki ...................................................................37 Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) ......................................37 Simply Accounting, Level 1 .........................................................27 Simply Accounting, Level 2 .........................................................27 Site Architecture for Online Media ..............................................22 Site Design and Portfolio Creation ...............................................31 Sketchbook ....................................................................................7 Small Yard Organic Vegetable Gardens ..........................................4 Social Media Strategy ..................................................................20 Social Innovation and Changemaking ....................................55, 56 Social Innovation Lab .............................................................55, 56 Social Media Advertising .......................................................16, 20 Social Media Analytics and Optimization ..........................16, 17, 20 Social Media Basics .....................................................................20 Social Media Final Project ............................................................20 Social Media for Business ...........................................................20 Social Media for Public Relations ........................................... 16, 17 Social Media Strategy ............................................................ 16, 17


Specify and Model Requirements .................................................8 Strategic Business Analysis ...........................................................8 Strategic Communication Planning ..............................................21 Strategic Innovation .....................................................................48 Strategic Management ................................................................48 Strategic Planning ........................................................................48 Strategic Planning for Project Managers .....................................50 Strategic Thinking for Land Business ...........................................53 Strategies and Best Practices in Business Process Management ..............................................................9 Strategy Execution ......................................................................48 Strings, Piano, Woodwinds, Brass and Percussion ......................67 Succession Planing for Managers ...............................................47 Succession Planning for Managers .............................................45 Summer Courses English Language & Culture ...........................43 Summer Jazz Intensive ................................................................69 Supply Chain Management .........................................................14 Supporting International Learners in Your Classroom ..................58 Surface Rights and Regulations Overview ..................................53 Systems in Mental Health and Education ....................................25

T Teacher Education ........................................................................58 Teaching English as a World Language ........................................43 Technical Writing ..........................................................................22 Technology and e-Procurement ...................................................14 The Child's Social and Environmental Conditions ........................25 The Community Investment Landscape ......................................55 The Foundations of Feng Shui ....................................................... 3 The Impact of Business Structures on Contract Management ...10 The Meaning and Purpose of Community Investment ................55 The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach ...........51, 53, 54 The Role of Technology in the Business Process Environment .....9 The Role of the Interior Decorator .................................................5 Third Degree Reiki/Reiki Master ..................................................37 Tools to Enhance Instruction and Presentation ...........................57 Total Compensation .....................................................................45 Transitional Vocational Programs ..................................................23 Transportation and Global Supply ................................................14 Travel and Teach English ...............................................................44 Travel and Teach English in China .................................................44 Travel and Teach English in Latin America ....................................44 Trends and Issues in Policing .......................................................24 Trio of Terrariums ...........................................................................4 Tropical Arrangement .....................................................................4 Twitter for Business ..........................................................16, 17, 20

W Web Designer ..................................................................29, 30, 31 Windows Basics .................................................................... 27, 29 Word of Mouth Marketing (WOMM) ...........................................19 WordPress ...................................................................................31 WordPress for Business ........................................................16, 31 Working with Pastels .....................................................................7 Workplace Health and Safety ......................................................45 Workplace Presentation Skills .................................................2, 53 Write Historical Fiction Workshop ..................................................3 Writing ...........................................................................................3 Writing and Editing for Business .................................................22 Writing and Editing for Digital Media ..........................16, 17, 21, 22 Writing and Editing for Public Relations .......................................21 Writing for Publication ...................................................................3 Writing User Guides ....................................................................22 Wyatt Artist in Residence Program ..............................................67

Y Yard and Garden Courses ..............................................................4 Yoga Therapy ................................................................................37 YouTube for Business .......................................................16, 17, 20

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