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University of Lethbridge (2005) #  
Total Full-Time Equivalent Students 8,355  
Undergraduate (Full-Time) 6,801  
Graduate (Full-Time) 193  
Open Studies 284  
Total Graduates 1,655  
Degrees Conferred 1,819  
Programs Offered:  
The University of Lethbridge has a main campus in Lethbridge and offers Bachelor of Management Degrees through its Edmonton and Calgary campuses, enabling college and technical institute graduates with business diplomas to earn Bachelor of Management degrees in 20-24 courses.
Undergraduate Degrees  
  Faculty of Arts & Science (majors in over 30 disciplines); Degrees awarded are Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, or Bachelor of Arts & Science
  Faculty of Education (5-year combined degree program and a 4-semester after degree B.Ed. Program); Degrees awarded are Bachelor of Education combined with a degree in a major subject area.
  Faculty of Fine Arts (Art, Music, New Media, and Dramatic Arts); Degrees awarded are: Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art, Dramatic Arts, Music, New Media, or Multidisciplinary.
  Faculty of Health Sciences (Nursing and Addictions Counselling); Collaborative 4-year Nursing degree program with Lethbridge College, 2-year Post-Diploma Nursing degree program for Registered Nruses; 4-year Addictions Counselling program also collaborative with Medicine Hat College; two Post-Diploma Addictions Counselling degree programs.
  Faculty of Management (4-year degree program; Bachelor of Management Degree with 11 majors including  Accounting, Finance, Marketing etc; Certificates in Management; Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Accounting.
Masters Programs  
 Degree:  M.A. (offered in the Faculty of Arts and Science and the Faculty of Fine Arts)
Major:  Agricultural Studies, Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Canadian Studies, Dramatic Arts, Economics, English, French, French/German, French/Spanish, Geography, German, History, Kinesiology, Management, Individualied Multidisciplinary, Music, Native American Studies, New Media, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religious STudies, Sociology, Urban and Regional Studies, Women's Studies.
Degree:  M.Sc. (offered in the Faculty of Arts and Science and the School of Health Sciences)
Major:  Addictions Counselling, Agricultural Biotechnology, Agrciltural Studies, Archaeology, Biochemistry, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Computer Science, Computer Sciences and Geographical Information Science, Geography, Health Sciences, Ninesiology, Management, Mathematics, Individualied Multidisciplinary, Neuroscience, Nursing, Physics, Psychology.
Degree:  M.Ed. (General), M.Ed. (Counselling Psychology), M.Ed. (Educational Leadership)
Degree: M.Sc. (Management)
Major:  Accounting, Finance, Human Resource Management and Labor Relations, Information Systems, International Management, Marketing, Policy and Strategy
Ph.D. Programs    
Major: Biomolecular Science
Research Areas:  Bioinformatics, Biophysical Chemistry, Biotechnology, Moelcular an Cellular Biology, Moecular Genetics and Development, Structural Biology.
Affiliated Departments:  Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Mathematics and Computer Science, Physics.
Major:  Biosystems and Biodiversity
Research Areas:  Biogeography, Ecology, Environmental Science, Evolutionary Biology, Global Change, Physiology, Resource Econoly, Systematics
Affiliated Departments:  Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Geography.
Major:  Earth, Space, and Physical Science
Research Areas:  Astrophysics, Climate Change, Condensed and Soft Matter, Earth Systems, Geomatics, Materials Science, Remote Sensing, Spectroscopy, Water and Environmental Science
Affiliated Departments:  Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Geography, Physics.
Major: Evolution and Behaviour
Research Areas:  Animal Behaviour, Behavioural Ecology, Ethnology and Comparative Psychology, Evolutionary Ecology, Evolutionary Psychology
Affiliated Departments:  Biological Sciences, Psychology and Neuroscience
Major:  Neuroscience
Research Areas:  Neuroscience
Affiliated Departments:  Psychology and Neuroscience
Major: Theoretical and Computational Science
Research Areas:  Chaos Theory, Combinatorics, Computer Science, Pure Mathematics, Theoretical Physics, Mathematical Biology
Affiliated Departments: Chemistry and Biochemistry, Mathematics and Computer Science, Physics.


Lethbridge College (2007-2008)- #  
Total Full-Time Learning Equivalents 3,669  
Programs Offered:  
More than 50 diverse career  training programs, available through one-year certificates, two-year diplomas, apprenticeships, pre-employment courses and applied degrees.
School of Agriculture and Natural Sciences (Agricultural Technology, Cellular/Molecular Technician, Surgical Processing Technician)
School of Engineering Technologies (Civil Engineering Technology, Engineering Design & Drafting Technology, Geomatics Engineering Technology)
English Language Centre (English as a Second Language)
School of Environmental Sciences (Environmental Assessment & Restoration, Fish & Wildlife Technology, Renewable Resource Management, Conservation Enforcement)  
School of Trades and Apprenticeships (Agricultural & Heavy Equipment Technician, Automotive Systems, Culinary Careers, Apprenticeships)
School of Business (Business Adminsitration, Computer Information Technology, Office Administration, Professional Golf Management, Unit Clerk Training)
School of Media & Design (Communications Arts, Fashion Design & Marketing, Interior Design, Multimedia Production)
School of Health Sciences (Exercise Science, Health Care Aide Training, Massage Therapy, Nursing Education in Southwestern Alberta, Practical Nursing, Therapeutic Recreation - Gerontology)
School of Human Services  (Child and Youth Care, Disability and Community Rehabilitation, Early Childhood Education, Special Needs Educational Assistant, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Education, Child and Youth Care)
School of Justice Studies (Correctional Studies, Criminal Justice – Policing)
School of Liberal Arts (General Studies)
School of Developmental Education (College and University Preparation)