Earn high school AND post-secondary credit! Collaboration and partnership with Southern Alberta post-secondary institutions provides students opportunities and choice in career pathways. At a limited charge to students, courses may be offered at a high school, at the University or College, online or a combination of both. Plus, high school students gain a deeper understanding of the college or university experience!
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UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE - 2021/2022
BCHEM1850 Genetically Modified Machines
This 3 credit university course will enhance students’ understanding of Unit C (Cell Division, Genetics and Molecular Biology) in the Biology 30 curriculum and prepare them for participation in the iGEM competition and future university lab courses. Students will develop advanced lab skills and good lab safety habits, as well as gain experience in data interpretation and experimental troubleshooting.
In Spring of 2022, the lab will take place on campus in Science Commons on Friday afternoons (12:30 – 3:30).
OLDS COLLEGE - Fall 2021
Students will become familiar with selected animal health organizations and will adhere to the regulations of veterinary medicine in Alberta. Students are introduced to strategies and techniques for managing self and interacting with others. Students will examine animal welfare and ethical issues. This course provides students with foundational veterinary medical terminology they will use throughout their career. Click here for more information.
Students will engage in the problem-solving process using current hardware and software tools for applied data-driven problem solving. Through data analysis, algorithmic problem solving, and technical memo writing students will work to solve a technical agricultural issue. Click here for the supply list.
Students will experience and evaluate a variety of hospitality and tourism facilities relating to product, price, place, promotion, people, physical evidence and process. Social media and mobile applications are included as part of the marketing mix as these are extremely important elements within the tourism industry today.
Learners research and assess food and ornamental field crop production markets, locations, materials, and processes to achieve a sustainable enterprise.
Students will analyze various management models and organizational structures within the sport and recreation industry. Content areas include professional, amateur, Olympic and intercollegiate sports. Click here for more information.
OLDS COLLEGE - Winter 2021
Students will become familiar with the aspects of the service cycle within a veterinary clinic. Students will explore veterinary software and their specific application to operating a veterinary practice. They will apply communication skills to create positive experiences for veterinary clients. Click here for more information.
Students will engage in the problem-solving process using current hardware and software tools for applied data-driven problem solving. Through data analysis, algorithmic problem solving, and technical memo writing students will work to solve a technical agricultural issue. Click here for more information.
This course provides an introduction to ecological principles at the species, population, community and ecosystem levels. Specific application of ecology to sustainability and the management of forest and grassland ecosystems are studied. Click here for more information on Land & Resources Diploma.
Students will gain an understanding of the psychology of travel, tourism sectors, the role of key industry players, and contemporary issues in ecotourism, sustainability and business operations of various tourism organizations. Students will also experience and evaluate various tourism facilities, with a focus on the analysis of the services and operations from a guest perspective.
Learners research and assess food and ornamental field crop production markets, locations, materials, and processes to achieve a sustainable enterprise. Click here for the supply list. Click here for more information.
Students will analyze various management models and organizational structures within the sport and recreation industry. Content area include professional, amateur, Olympic, and intercollegiate sports. Click here for more information.
LETHBRIDGE COLLEGE 2022-2023
BIO1175 Animal Science
This introductory course is designed to allow students to gain a wider perspective of animal husbandry practices and the various species currently under production in Southern Alberta. The course includes a brief introduction of physiology, nutrition, reproduction and current environmental and welfare issues. Basic production principles, demonstrations and hands-on lab work are included.
DCM1164 Introduction to Photography
This course introduces students to design software and DSLR camera functions to develop skills that allow for production of still visuals used in media. Students will learn about file management, desktop publishing and basic layout techniques using design software as well as photographic depth of field, subjects in motion, proper lighting techniques and editing photographic images.
IDM1179 Design Fundamentals
This course provides an overview of the basic elements and principles of design. Understanding of the human-built environment is explored creatively using two- and three-dimensional problem-solving techniques. Space, form and context are analyzed and applied to various design challenges.
EDD1150 Architechtural Design
An introduction to architectural and engineering design and drafting through the study of symbols and conventional practices used on residential building plans.
BIO1160 /PSI3005 Introduction to Anatomy and Phsiology
A comprehensive study of anatomical terms, body organization, basic chemistry, histology, skeletal system, muscular system, digestive system, and the reproductive system. Labs include the study of the skeleton, muscles and histology.
BIO1156 Wellness and Health Issues
An overview of the dimensions of wellness, including physical, emotional, social, intellectual, spiritual, occupational, and environmental wellness, with a focus on concepts of health and wellness, within the context of community, including cost to the Health Care System.
PSY1160 Introduction to Psychology
A basic understanding and overview of the field of psychology focusing on the scientific method, biological factors, cognitive processes, learning, memory, intelligence, motivation, personality and social psychology. Developmental factors of the lifespan are explored along with the definition and treatment of psychological disorders.
CSP1150 Medical Terminology
This course covers the study of prefixes, suffixes and word roots from which most medical terms are derived, taught in combination with anatomy and physiology, to understand the structure and function of organs and systems in the human body.