lethbridge

Lethbridge College opened in 1957 as the first public community college in Canada. On 14 February 2007, the college's executive council voted to change the name of the college to "Lethbridge College". Lethbridge College has campuses in Lethbridge, Claresholm, Vulcan County and the Crows nest Pass.

Lethbridge College offers preparatory studies, vocational training, and university transfer programs in 50 career fields, leading to one-year certificates, two-year diplomas, apprenticeships, and bachelor's degrees. Lethbridge College provides applied bachelor's degrees while other bachelor's degrees are available in collaboration with the University of Alberta, Athabasca University, University of Calgary, and University of Lethbridge.

  • Agricultural and Heavy Equipment Technician
  • Agricultural Technology
  • Animal Science Major
  • Plant and Soil Major
  • Apprenticeship Training
  • Automotive Service Technician
  • Carpenter
  • Cook
  • Electrician
  • Heavy Equipment Technician
  • Partsman Technician
  • Welder
  • Automotive Systems
  • Bachelor of Nursing
  • Bachelor of Nursing – After Degree
  • Business Administration
  • Accounting Major
  • General Business Major
  • Management Major
  • Marketing Major
  • Central Sterile Processing
  • Child and Youth Care
  • Civil Engineering Technology
  • College and University Preparation (Upgrading)
  • Commercial Vehicle Enforcement
  • Communication Arts
  • Advertising / Public Relations Major
  • Broadcast Journalism Major
  • Print Journalism Major
  • Computer Information Technology
  • Conservation Enforcement- Bachelor of Applied Science
  • Correctional Studies
  • Criminal Justice - Policing
  • Culinary Careers
  • Digital Communications and Media (fall 2014)
  • Disability and Community Rehabilitation
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Educational Assistant
  • Emergency Medical Services
  • Engineering Design and Drafting Technology
  • Environmental Assessment and Restoration
  • ESL for Nursing
  • Exercise Science
  • Fashion Design and Marketing
  • Fashion Design and Sustainable Production (fall 2014)
  • Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Education
  • First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) Career Pathways
  • Fish and Wildlife Technology
  • General Studies
  • Canadian Studies Major
  • Cultural Studies Major
  • Physical Education and Leadership
  • Psychology and Sociology Major
  • Geomatics Engineering Technology
  • Health Care Aide
  • Interior Design Technology
  • Justice Studies Degree – Bachelor of Applied Arts
  • Massage Therapy
  • Multimedia Production
  • Natural Resource Compliance
  • Office Administration
  • Perioperative Post-Diploma Nursing
  • Police Recruit Training
  • Practical Nursing
  • Professional Golf Management - Certificate of Specialization
  • Renewable Resource Management
  • Therapeutic Recreation – Gerontology
  • Unit Clerk Training
  • Wind Turbine Technician