The University of Lethbridge has two campuses
, one in Lethbridge and one in Calgary. The Lethbridge campus
, the main campus of the university, is located in the valleys of the mountainous province of Alberta with a view of the Oldman River. It is widely known for its signature building, Arthur Erickson Hall. The campus houses classrooms, lecture halls, laboratories, educational spaces, faculty and administrative offices, as well as student dormitories and restaurants. The campus spans 5,000 acres and is surrounded by beautiful nature. The Calgary campus
is situated in the heart of the city in the Bow Valley College building. Classes are held in the evenings and on weekends, and flexible programs are offered for working professionals.
The following programs are available to students at this campus:
- From the Faculty of Health Sciences:
* Post-Diploma Bachelor of Health Sciences;
- From the Dhillon School of Business:
* Bachelor of Management (BMgt);
* Management Certificate;
* Professional Diploma in Accounting (PDA);
* Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA Bridging);
* Master of Science (Management) (MSc (Mgt));
- Joint offerings from the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Dhillon School of Business:
* Graduate Certificate in Health Services Management (GCHSM);
* Master of Health Services Management (MHSM).
While the Calgary campus offers programs in management and healthcare, all Lethbridge students can attend courses on various topics, including art, art history/museum studies, astronomy, drama, philosophy, psychology, sociology, music, writing, and new media.
Students enrolled in fine arts courses (art, art history/museum studies, drama, new media) attend classes at the Arts Commons in the center of Calgary – a respected innovative leader in the urban arts and culture community.