Our certificates and courses are designed for your ambitions.
The university is pleased to be launching pilot microcredentials in 2022. These credentials offer certification of an authentically assessed, specific and relevant set of skills or competencies. Each offering is high quality, industry-aligned, skills-focused, short, and accessible.
Our programming in 2022 will include:
- Foundations in Science Communication offered through the The School of Environment and Sustainability planned for a March start date
- Leadership Development, offered through Edwards Executive Education, planned for an April start date
Our programming will be launched early in 2022. Please stay tuned for enrollment information very soon!
Professional development and accreditation
In partnership with industry groups and government agencies, the College of Agriculture and Bioresources offers a number of certificates, programs, and individual classes to those who want to grow their career.
First aid, CPR, lifeguarding
Opportunities for all ages and abilities to keep learning.
Explore your creativity and develop skills in drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, glass, jewelry making, fiber art, graphic design, and more. Gain confidence as you develop your portfolio. Classes are taught by acclaimed professional artists.
Part-time evening and weekend conversational language classes that progress you through different levels. Learn French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Japanese or Cree. Intermediate and Advanced English as a Second Language (ESL) classes are also available for Canadian newcomers and visitors.
Activities that that provide children a learning, creative and fun environment.
Make new friends and get plenty of exercise in our hands-on, creative learning environments. Camps are offered during summers with some camps also being available during February and Easter school breaks.
Teachers and their K–12 students
In-school workshops, on and off-campus guided field trips, and educational events are offered by many colleges and organizations on campus.