Programs and Courses

With hundreds of in-class and online credit courses and more than 50 career-training programs, applied degrees and apprenticeships to choose from, you’re sure to find what you are looking for when you come to Lethbridge College.

The tabs below will take you on a tour of all that we offer. Look at the Programs A-Z to learn about the programs that interest you, and check out Search for a Course to see where and when each course is offered.

Needing a change? Looking for something new? Wanting to belong? Then welcome to your future. It starts at Lethbridge College. It starts by learning about what you love from world-class instructors. They are truly great teachers – and have real life experience doing what they teach.

Take your pick from over 50 career-training programs, applied degrees, and apprenticeships and plunge into hundreds of classroom-based and online credit classes right away. You’ll be active in your education and an important voice in classroom conversations – whether you are contributing to a discussion at our main campus or by video conference from your home or office or one of our regional campuses in Claresholm, Crowsnest Pass, and Vulcan. Visit our regional campuses section.

Practice what you’ve learned. At Lethbridge College, hands-on experience is truly hands-on – whether you’re studying carpentry or culinary arts. You’ll move quickly from the classroom to the workplace as most programs can be completed in 24 months.

Get a glimpse of the choices that await you as a student at Lethbridge College. Don’t forget that you can contact us at any time by calling 403-320-3323 or 1-800-572-0103 ext. 3323.

Notice: Our online program information is presently being updated and contains information for the 2013-14 calendar year.
For up-to-date information, please download the 2014-15 Academic Calendar (requires Adobe Reader).

Lethbridge College offers flexible learning options for its students. Flexible learning allows students to complete their education through exciting and innovative technologies such as online learning, video-conferencing, webinars, or a blend of classroom instruction and online course components. This gives Lethbridge College students the opportunity to take courses while maintaining their busy work schedules, family commitments or geographical distance from our main Lethbridge campus. It provides education which is accessible as well as personalized.

Note:  While “Flexible Learning” provides you with a choice of delivery formats (e.g. online or videoconferencing), courses have fixed start dates and typically require student involvement until the end of the term.  Many course activities, like exams and assignments, will need to be completed on specific dates as determined by the instructor.  Details about these dates will be provided to you when your course begins.

We also have several rural campuses throughout southern Alberta where Lethbridge College programming is available. Plan your flexible learning experience by browsing our programs below or by using our "Search for a Course" feature.

Programs A-Z

Flexible Learning Options

Applying to a Program

To start the process of enrolling in one of our post-secondary programs, visit our admissions section. In four easy steps, you can put the pieces of the admission puzzle together in the way that works best for you.

  • Use the "Programs A-Z" tab above to browse our list of certificate, diploma and degree programs.

Registering in a Course

If you’d like to try out one of our in-class or online credit courses, it is possible to register as an “undeclared student”.

To explore this opportunity, please call us at 403-320-3323 or 1-800-572-0103 X3323.

  • There are some specific restrictions in play with this option – for example, you will need to pay the $60 non-refundable processing fee and all course fees when you register –so it is best to start by calling the college.
     
  • Use the "Search for a Course" tab above to search for a credit course.

Get Advice

If you aren’t sure what program or course is best for you, speak with one of our advisors. They can help you get a good sense of what strengths and skills you already have and what careers would fit best with your interests. Then they can help connect you with the program or apprenticeship that is best for you.

Note:  If you are taking a specific program, please contact your individual program coordinator or see your course home page for course requirements.

  • Speak with an Academic Advisor about your educational path and which courses you will need. Try our online form "Ask an Advisor" to submit a question and request information.
     
  • Visit our Career Advising page to learn more about job and career services available at Lethbridge College.