Location
Start Dates

  • January 08 2018
  • May 03 2018
  • August 30 2018
Course Delivery

  • In Class
  • Flexclass

Flex Class - Self-Paced courses have additional monthly intakes

Oct. 2, 2017; Nov. 1, 2017; Feb. 1, 2018; Mar. 1, 2018

 

Program Description

High School - Traditional Classroom 

The traditional classroom option offers high school courses throughout the day, Monday to Friday. 

Here are some of the advantages of this learning option:

  • Traditional classes provide a group classroom setting and regular face-to-face instructor support.
  • Most courses are offered in two three-hour blocks between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. 
  • Some courses provide recorded lectures, posted on D2L for review at a later time.
  • You can get full-time daily tutoring support.
  • A science laboratory technician leads science course labs.

 

High School - FlexClass 

In FlexClass instructors work one-on-one with students to help with questions. 

With this option you can enjoy the following:

  • Flexible hours allow you to create your own timetable. FlexClass is well suited to those who work, have time restrictions, and enjoy studying independently. 
  • You learn at your own pace. 
  • Small groups can develop through time in the program. With these groups, you can collaborate and progress through the course together. 
  • You get one-on-one training and extra support from an educational assistant. 
  • You get an orientation and course outlines with assignment due dates. Staff will answer all your questions and help you get started. 
  • A science laboratory technician leads science course labs, in-person. 
  • You get access to computers and technology
  • You must attend five hours per week per course.     
  • You could complete your courses faster or even take two courses for the price of one. 
  • You have 16 weeks from the start date to complete your course(s) 

    Hours for Fall and Winter terms: 
    Monday to Thursday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. 
    Friday, 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 
    Saturday, 9 a.m.-2:00 p.m. 

    Location: Room N525, North Campus 

Tutor Support 

Learners enrolled in all Academic Upgrading courses can receive extra help from tutors for free. Drop-in appointments are available Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Learners can also contact tutors by e-mail or phone. 

Learners enrolled in science courses can complete assigned labs during the following times:
Monday through Thursday between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

Monday and Wednesday between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Saturday between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. 

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Prospective Student Centre

Room S1111, South Campus
345 - 6 Avenue SE
403-410-1402
Toll-free: 1-866-428-2669
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Admission Requirements

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Prospective Student Centre

Room S1111, South Campus
345 - 6 Avenue SE
403-410-1402
Toll-free: 1-866-428-2669
info@bowvalleycollege.ca

Course Listing


Courses in Program

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Students explore and respond to novels or book-length nonfiction, film, Shakespearean, poetry, and short stories. Students write personal, critical, and analytical response to texts. This course prepares students for English Language Arts 20-1. The -1 stream helps students develop skills needed to write and critically analyze literature and nonfiction.
Prerequisite: B in READ0105 and WRIT0105

Course Delivery:
Flexclass In Class

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Students explore and respond to novels or book-length nonfiction, film, modern plays, poetry, popular nonfictions, and short stories. Students write personal and critical response to contexts and texts. This course prepares students for English Language Arts 20-2. The -2 stream helps students improve functional and critical reading and writing skills.
Prerequisite: Grade 9 English or equivalent

Course Delivery:
Flexclass In Class

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Students explore and respond to novels, film, Shakespearean plays, modern drama, poetry, essays, and short stories. Students write personal, critical, and persuasive response to texts, literary texts, and prose. This course prepares students for English Language Arts 30-1. The -1 stream helps students develop skills needed to write and critically analyze literature and nonfiction.
Prerequisite: C- in English 10-1 or B in English 20-2

Course Delivery:
Flexclass In Class

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Students explore and respond to novels, film or book-length nonfiction, modern plays, poetry, and short stories. Students write personal, critical, and persuasive response to contexts, prose, and non-print texts. This course prepares students for English Language Arts 30-2. The -2 stream helps students improve functional and critical reading and writing skills.
Prerequisite: D in English 10-2

Course Delivery:
Flexclass In Class

This diploma course is for Alberta Education credit. Students read and respond to novels, film or modern plays, Shakespeare, poetry, short stories, and popular nonfiction. Students write personal, persuasive, and critical response to literary texts, prose, and other texts. The -1 stream helps students develop skills needed to write and critically analyze literature and nonfiction.
Prerequisite: C- in Grade 20-1 or B in English 30-2

Course Delivery:
Flexclass Any-time Online In Class

This is an Alberta Education Diploma credit course. Students explore and respond to novels or book-length nonfiction, film, modern plays, poetry, essays and short stories. Students write personal, critical, and persuasive response to contexts, prose, and non-print texts. The -2 stream helps students improve functional and critical reading and writing skills.
Prerequisite: D in English 20-2 or English 20-1

Course Delivery:
Flexclass Any-time Online In Class

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Students will explore historical aspects of globalization, the effects of globalization on lands, cultures, human rights and quality of life. Through multiple perspectives students examine the effects of globalization on peoples in Canada and beyond, including the impact on Aboriginal and Francophone communities. Students will develop skills to respond to issues emerging in an increasingly globalized world. Students who achieve C- or higher in this course can choose to take Social Studies 20-1 or 20-2.

Course Delivery:
Flexclass In Class

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Students will explore the complexities of nationalism in Canadian and international contexts. The course covers the origins of nationalism and the influence of nationalism on regional, international and global relations. Through multiple perspectives students develop understandings of nationalism and how nationalism contributes to the citizenship and identities of people in Canada. This course prepares students for Social Studies 30-1.

Course Delivery:
Flexclass

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Students will examine historical and contemporary understandings of nationalism in Canada and the world, the origins of nationalism as well as the impacts of nationalism on individuals and communities in Canada and beyond. Students examine examples of nationalism, ultranationalism, supranationalism and internationalism from multiple perspectives. Students will develop personal and civic responses to emergent issues related to nationalism. This course prepares students for Social Studies 30-2.

Course Delivery:
Flexclass

This is an Alberta Education diploma credit course. Students will explore the origins and complexities of ideologies and examine multiple perspectives regarding the principles of classical and modern liberalism. Students analyze various political and economic systems assess the viability of the principles of liberalism. Developing understandings of the roles and responsibilities associated with citizenship encourages students to respond to emergent global issues.

Course Delivery:
Flexclass

This is an Alberta Education diploma credit course. Students will examine the origins, values and components of competing ideologies. They will explore multiple perspectives regarding relationships among individualism, liberalism, common good and collectivism. Students examine various political and economic systems to determine the viability of the values of liberalism. Developing understandings of the roles and responsibilities associated with citizenship will encourage students to respond to emergent global issues

Course Delivery:
Flexclass

In this course students study the Aboriginal Perspective on oral tradition, worldview, traditional societies, contact, and cultural exchange. This course highlights current issues, art, and literature in Aboriginal cultures.

Course Delivery:
Flexclass

In this course students study Aboriginal history and culture change in Canada. This course highlights the Aboriginal way of life, the effect of colonization, the Metis and Inuit struggles, treaties, assimilation, and education.

Course Delivery:
Flexclass

In this course students study contemporary Aboriginal issues including inherent rights, traditional governance, Aboriginal rights and self-government, land claims, communities in today's society, and world issues.

Course Delivery:
Flexclass

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Topics include spatial sense and reasoning, algebra and number sense, graphing, and study of relations.
Prerequisite: Prep Math 10

Course Delivery:
Flexclass In Class

This is an Alberta Education credit course. The -3 stream is designed for students who want to enter the trades or directly into the workforce. Topics include spatial reasoning and measurement, number sense, critical thinking, and algebra.
Prerequisite: Essential Mathematics

Course Delivery:
Flexclass

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Topics include algebra and number sense, trigonometry, quadratic functions, quadratic equations, and reciprocal functions. The -1 stream is designed for students who want to enter post-secondary programs that require the study of calculus.
Prerequisite: Math 10C with a grade of C

Course Delivery:
Flexclass Any-time Online In Class

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Topics include logical reasoning, properties of angles and triangles, acute triangle trigonometry, sine and cosine law, radicals, and quadratics. The -2 stream is designed for students who want to enter post-secondary programs that do not require calculus.
Prerequisite: Math 10C with a grade of D

Course Delivery:
Flexclass Any-time Online In Class

This is an Alberta Education credit course. The -3 stream is designed for students who want to enter the trades or directly into the workforce. Topics include spatial reasoning and measurement, number sense, critical thinking, statistics, and algebra.
Prerequisite: Math 10-3

Course Delivery:
Flexclass

This is an Alberta Education diploma credit course. Topics include algebra and number sense, trigonometry, inverses of relations, logarithms, exponential and logarithmic functions, polynomial functions, and permutations. The -1 stream is designed for students who want to enter post-secondary programs that require the study of calculus.
Prerequisite: Mathematics 20-1

Course Delivery:
Flexclass Any-time Online In Class

This is an Alberta Education diploma credit course. Topics include logical reasoning, geometry, trigonometry, statistics and probability. The -2 stream is designed for students who want to enter postsecondary programs that do not require calculus.
Prerequisite: Mathematics 20-2

Course Delivery:
Flexclass Any-time Online In Class

This is an Alberta Education credit course. The -3 stream is designed for students who want to enter the trades or directly into the workforce. Topics include spatial reasoning and measurement, number sense, critical thinking, statistics, algebra, and probability.
Prerequisite: Mathematics 20-3

Course Delivery:
Flexclass

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Math 31 is taken as a corequisite or pre-requisite to Math 30-1. Topics include differential and integral calculus, algebraic computations of functions and graphs. This course helps prepare students who want to study university level mathematics.
Prerequisite: Math 30-1

Course Delivery:
Flexclass

This is an Alberta Education credit course. This course analyzes energy and matter exchange in the biosphere, ecosystems and population change, photosynthesis and cellular respiration, and human systems. This course prepares students for Biology 30.
Prerequisite: C in Science 10

Course Delivery:
Flexclass Any-time Online In Class

This is a diploma course for Alberta Education credit. This course analyzes nervous and endocrine systems, reproduction and development, cell division, genetics and molecular biology, and population and community dynamics. This course prepares students for post-secondary programs in health and biological sciences.
Prerequisite: C- in Biology 20

Course Delivery:
Flexclass Any-time Online In Class

This is an Alberta Education credit course. This course analyzes the diversity of matter and chemical bonding, forms of matter, matter as solutions, acids and bases, quantitative relationships in chemical changes.
Prerequisite: C in Science 10

Course Delivery:
Flexclass Any-time Online In Class

This is a diploma course for Alberta Education credit. This course analyzes thermochemical changes, electrochemical changes, chemical changes of organic compounds, chemical equilibrium focusing on acid-base systems. This course prepares students for post-secondary programs that focus on chemistry and other sciences.
Prerequisite: C- in Chemistry 20

Course Delivery:
Flexclass Any-time Online In Class

This is Alberta Education credit course. This course analyzes kinematics, dynamics, circular motion, work, and energy, oscillatory motion and mechanical waves.
Prerequisite: Science 10 with a mark of 65% or equivalent

Course Delivery:
Flexclass Any-time Online

This is Alberta Education diploma credit course. This course analyzes momentum and impulse, forces and fields, electromagnetic radiation, and atomic physics.
Prerequisite: Physics 20 with a mark of 65% or equivalent

Course Delivery:
Flexclass Any-time Online

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Students in this course will study energy and matter in chemical change, energy flow in technological systems, cycling of matter in living systems, and energy flow in global systems.
Prerequisite: Science Preparation

Course Delivery:
Flexclass Any-time Online In Class

This is an Alberta Education credit course. It is intended for students who do not need specialized sciences in career programs or trades. Students in this course study chemical changes, changes in motion, the changing earth, and changes in living systems.
Prerequisite: Science 10

Course Delivery:
Flexclass

This is an Alberta Education diploma credit course. It is intended for students who do not need specialized sciences in career programs or trades. Students in this course study how living systems respond to their environment, chemistry and the environment, electromagnetic energy, and energy and the environment. This science course is accepted as a 30 level science in many post secondary institutions and career programs.
Prerequisite: Science 20

Course Delivery:
Flexclass

These course consists of modules working in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint. Each module has 2 to 3 units with a final project. There is no final exam. Upon successful completion of COMP0702, COMP0101, COMP0201 and COMP0301, students will be proficient at an intermediate level in each of the Microsoft Office Applications.
Prerequisite: C- in COMP0702

Course Delivery:
Flexclass

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