PROGRAM AT A GLANCE

STARTLOCATIONDELIVERYSTATUS
JanEdmontonIn person
WetaskiwinIn person
OnlineOnline real-time
MayEdmontonIn person
WetaskiwinIn person
MonOnlineOnline anytime
Open
Limited
Waitlist
Full
Upcoming
 
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QUICK FACTS

Program length  

Varies

Credential

Course Credits

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TUITION & FEES


Canadian
Total: $1,365.50

International
Total: $2,625.50

 
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ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

  • Alberta Education high school transcript current within the last five years or NorQuest College placement assessment
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Program Deliveries

StartLocationDelivery
Edmonton
In personDaytime / Evenings
Wetaskiwin
In personDaytime
Online
Online real-timeDaytime
Edmonton
In personDaytime / Evenings
Wetaskiwin
In personDaytime
Online
Online anytime
Open
Limited
Waitlist
Full
Upcoming
 
Program Status Definitions
Open: Program is currently accepting applications.
Limited: Program is nearing capacity, or seats are currently being reserved only for select populations. You may be placed on a waitlist.
Waitlist: Program is currently at capacity and accepting applications for a waitlist.
Full: Program is at capacity, and is no longer accepting applications.
Upcoming: Program is not yet accepting applications.
N/A: Not applicable.

Delivery Options

  • In person: You will have four to five 90-minute classes per week in each course in fall/winter terms, and five three-hour classes per week in spring term. Up to 20% of your coursework may be completed independently online.
  • Online real-time: You will have two 90-minute online real-time classes per week, and will complete the remaining 60% of your course work independently online. (Note: Students in the Wetaskiwin area have the option of getting instructional support and using computers at the Wetaskiwin campus to attend their online real-time classes.) 
  • Online anytime: Start any time and have up to 20 weeks to complete your course. Study on your own schedule. Watch a video about online anytime courses. If you are interested in taking a math course as an online anytime student, we recommend you take this short Math Self-Placement Test to help you choose the appropriate math course for you.

After applying, you may meet with a student navigator to support your registration with academic advice or placement testing.

  In Person Online Real-time
(with independent learning)
Online Anytime
Fixed start, end, and exam dates  
Start anytime; study anytime    
Study anywhere (fully online)  
Online testing  
Daily schedule flexibility Low Medium High
Level of instructor direct support
(1-1 real-time support is available on request for all students)
High High Medium
Level of students’ self-guided learning Low Medium High
Real-time classes each week
(in person or online)
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