Livingstone Range School Division

Dual Credit

High school credit, university credit, college credit

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!

Current Offerings


PSI3104 Introduction to Business Management (BUS1170)

PSI3074 Health Nutrition and Safety (ECE1151)

PSI3082 Introductory Composition (ENG1150)

PSI3099 Business Communications (ENG1159)

PSI3100 Introduction to the Criminal Justice System (CJP1160)

PSI3171 Interpersonal Relationships and Communication Skills (COM1162)

PSI3172 Entrepreneurship 1 (BUS1177)

PSI3275 Interior Design Technology (IDM1179)

PSI3295 Family Systems & Development (HSP1151)

PSI3296 Public Safety & Communications (COM1165)


Please click HERE to view list of additional offerings.



PEAKS CAMPUS 2022-2023

PSI3292 Introduction to Aquaponics (BIO1195)

PSI3293 Ecology (BIO1172)

PSI3294 Botany (BIO1167)


OLDS COLLEGE - Fall 2022

AHT1050 Intro to Veterinary Profession

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.

ATG 1008 Solving Technology Problems

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. Coding and Microsoft spreadsheets (graphing/figures/charts) will be key skills learned and put into action using the Zumo robot.

HRT1500  Managing Landscapes

Students gains experience in managing landscape sites through acquisition and implementation of design principles, cultural practices of plant material, and advancing the sustainability of landscape environments to industry standards.

SPM1260  introduction to Sports Management

Students will analyze various management models and organizational structures within the sport and recreation windustry. Content areas include professional, amateur, Olympic, and intercollegiate sports.


OLDS COLLEGE - Winter 2023

ACT1011  Accounting Principles

Students will gain an introduction to financial accounting focusing on the accounting cycle and the preparation of financial statements. Topics include accounting for merchandising activities, internal control, accounting for cash and more.

AHT1140  Veterinary Practice:  The Team Connection

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.

HAT2038  Accomodation Management

Students will assess customer needs and develop proce-dures and management strategies for accommodation ser-vice excellence with a focus on the analysis of services and operations from a guest perspective.

HRT1700  Producting Horiculture Crops

Students research and assess food and ornamental field crop production markets, locations, materials, and process-es to achieve a sustainable enterprise.

ATG1007  Agriculture Electronics and Control Systems

Students will investigate foundations of control systems, electronics and practical applications in precision farming. Through experiential learning, students will identify and troubleshoot components within hardware and devices, demonstrate uses/applications of geospatial technology, test control systems and their role in product application, eval-uate hardware and software, program farm equipment, and demonstrate a proven process for identifying/ troubleshooting components in Agricultural Technology equipment and interpret digital diagnostic data.

SPM1020  Training for Performance

Students will learn about various aspects of training for performance. They will analyze the basic science behind activity, energy systems, and macro-cycles in sport training. Consideration will also be given to diverse populations, training facilities, equipment, schedules, budgets, as well as individual and team training preferences.

EVS1210  Applied Ecology

Students will be provided 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.