New Programs and INnovative offerings New! Minor in Agricultural Enterprise Management This minor will familiarize you with agricultural enterprises and provide a comprehensive view of this key sector of our economy. If you are interested in starting your own agribusiness or working within the industry, this minor will expose you to functional areas of management such as supply chain, finance and sales, as well as enterprise opportunities like entrepreneurship and visual analytics. ulethbridge.ca/future-student/agminor
Pre-Professional Transfer Program in Engineering With a carefully designed package of courses to give you a great start to your engineering program, youâ€™ll complete the first year of your engineering degree at uLethbridge. Upon successful completion of your courses, youâ€™ll transfer seamlessly to the engineering program at University of Alberta or the University of Saskatchewan*. While our Pre-Professional Transfer Program in Engineering has been designed for transfer to either the U of A or U of S, the courses you take at uLethbridge may transfer to engineering programs at other post-secondary institutions as well. ulethbridge.ca/future-student/engineering * Agreement with the University of Saskatchewan was awaiting final approval at time of print. Visit link above for agreement status and up-to-date information.
New! Post-diploma Bachelor of Health Sciences (Public Health major and Health Leadership minor) Our post-diploma Bachelor of Health Sciences will help you build on your existing health-related diploma education and work experience by adding an appreciation for population health, including health policy and promotion, while adding skills in health research, program evaluation and leadership. This exciting new program is offered on our Calgary Campus with evening and weekend classes, and via traditional delivery on our Lethbridge Campus. ulethbridge.ca/future-student/program/ post-diploma-public-health
Dual Credit A first-of-its-kind partnership between ulethbridge and Lethbridge School District No. 51, the dual credit helps high school students prepare for the transition to post-secondary studies. Dual credit allows students to take university courses as part of their usual high school schedule, earning credits at both the high school and post-secondary level.