These are a few examples of programs and courses offered across the University of Calgary.
CPSC 413: Design & Analysis of Algorithms I
A course in the department of Computer Science in the Faculty of Science. Students study the techniques for the analysis of algorithms (Course Outline).
CPSC 581: Human Computer Interaction II
A course in the department of Computer Science in the Faculty of Science. Students engage in intermediate and advanced topics and applications in human-computer interaction, to further one’s skills for designing highly interactive human-computer interfaces (Course Outline).
EDUC 201: Introduction to Educational Studies
A course in the Faculty of Education that introduces educational studies and aims to challenge views and preconceptions of education. This course engages first-year students with different styles of writing (papers, reviews of articles, posters) (Course Outline, Student sample work: Education Paper, Student Poster, EDUC201 Showcase)
MGST 559: Selected Topics in Management: Business Writing
A course in Haskayne School of Business designed to teach students hot to understand, discuss, and write about management research for a general audience (Course Outline).
SGMA 217: Introduction to Business Skills
A course in Haskayne School of Business that provides foundations of business for future courses in the faculty (Course Outline).