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University of Calgary Calendar 2012-2013 Continuing Education 1. Summary of Programs
1. Summary of Programs
Degree Programs

Continuing Education offers a Minor program in Workplace Learning. A Minor Field of study is composed of five full-course equivalents or 400 hours of specified certificate credit. Students may transfer into the Minor once they have earned one of the following Continuing Education certificates:

1. Business Management Certificate (excluding Environmental Management)

2. Certificate in Adult Learning

See 4.1 Minor in Workplace Learning for more information.

The French Language Instruction Program (FLIP) offers undergraduate courses taught in French.

See 4.2 French Language Instruction Program for more information.

Non-Degree Programs

Continuing Education offers a wide range of seminars, courses, certificate programs, and professional designations to individuals seeking opportunities for professional development and personal enrichment, as well as to organizations seeking training for employees. Major programming areas include business and professional programs, languages, humanities, fine arts, adult education, and information technology.

Continuing Education provides educational opportunities for lifelong learners seeking superior quality programming and instruction. Courses and programs serve local, online, and international communities, and are aligned with the academic mandate of the University of Calgary.

See 4.3 Non-Degree Programs for more information.


Continuing Education certificate courses have been developed with part-time learners in mind and are offered at convenient times and in formats suitable for adults. Most courses are taught in the classroom. Many are offered online or in a blended format – partly in the classroom and partly online. Some certificates can be achieved completely through online learning.


Adult and Community Education (online)

Adult Learning (online):

  • Specializing in Adult and Community Education
  • Specializing in Workplace Learning
  • Specializing in e-Learning
  • Specializing in Career and Academic Advising
  • Specializing in Campus Recruiting

Campus Recruiting (online)
Career and Academic Advising (online)
Creative Writing (online)

Desktop Applications
e-Learning (online)
Emerging Leaders
Environmental Management

French Language and Culture

  • FSL Foundations
  • FSL Intermediate

French Language Studies
Front-End Web Development
Fundamentals of Project Management
Graphic Design
Health, Safety, and Environment
Human Resources Management (also online)
IT Fundamentals
.Net Development
Personal Growth for Workplace Effectiveness

Professional Management:

  • General (also online)
  • Specializing in Construction Management
  • Specializing in Project Management
  • Specializing in Risk Management
  • Specializing in Strategic Management

Professional Management- Economic Developers
Professional Management – Professional Engineers and Geoscientists (also online)

Professional Writing (online)

  • Specializing in Business and Technical Writing
  • Specializing in Marketing and Public Relations

Public Relations Management
Real Estate Development
Relational Databases
Security Management (online)
Spanish Language and Culture Level 1 and Level 2

Teaching Second Languages Level 1 and Level 2 (online):

  • Specializing in Teaching English as a Second Language
  • Specializing in Teaching French as a Second Language
  • Specializing in Teaching International and Heritage Languages

Visual Design:

  • Specializing in Art Theory and Practice
  • Specializing in Interior Design
  • Specializing in Photography

Web Application Development
Web Graphics
Workplace Communication
Workplace Learning(online)


Business Analysis:

  • Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP)

  • Newfield Coach Training Certification

Conflict Resolution:

  • Specialization in Negotiation
  • Specialization in Mediation/Third Party Intervention
  • Specialization in Family Mediation
  • Associate Certificate in Workplace Conflict


  • CFAR Chartered Financial Analyst
  • CFP™ Certified Financial Planner
  • CFAR Chartered Financial Analyst ExamPreparation

International Trade (FITT)
V3 Foundation Certificate in IT Services

Information Technology Infrastructure Libraries (ITIL) Service Management
Microsoft Office Specialist 2007 Series