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Classes will be offered through one of the following three distinct teaching delivery models:

1. In-person classes

  • In-Person classes will require students to be on campus at scheduled times. With our small class sizes and commitment to a consistent delivery method throughout the semester, we will have the opportunity to continue in-person education while observing social distancing and safe classroom gatherings.
  • Some courses (e.g. labs, music) require in-person interaction and are therefore only available as an in-person option.

2. Hybrid classes

  • Hybrid classes will provide a mix of online delivery and in-person interaction within one class.
  • Hybrid classes will not be available as an online component only, but rather, students will be required to participate in both. Students will be expected to be available on campus at the scheduled times and based on physical distancing capacities each instructor will determine in-person schedule.

3. Online classes

  • Online classes will be delivered solely through online with no in-person requirements.

Final Examination Schedule Fall 2021 Download here.

 

Winter 2022 Schedule

 

Seminary Course ID Legend

-OL courses are offered online.
-CL courses are Chinese Language courses.

HI 220 - 1 Medieval Europe

  • Instructor: Ryan Wilkinson, PhD
    Location: L2100
    Schedule: Wed/Fri 1:30 PM-2:45 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

HI 333 - 1 Early Christianity

  • Instructor: Ryan Wilkinson, PhD
    Location: A1085-1
    Schedule: Mon 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

HI 362-OL - 1 Alliance History & Thought

  • Instructor: Kenneth L. Draper, PhD
    Location: Online
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    This course will not be meeting on campus, but the synchronous times/days of this course will continue. Please contact Diane Quapp for further information dquapp@ambrose.edu


    A survey of the origins of The Christian and Missionary Alliance in its social, cultural, and theological contexts. The course also examines and evaluates various continuities and changes in C&MA thought and practice.

    Note: This course is crosslisted as REL 362 and crossleveled as CH 610 and TH 640.

    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

HI 362/REL 362 Alliance History & Thought

  • Instructor: Kenneth L. Draper, PhD
    Location: Online
    Schedule: regular winter semester - January 10 - April 14, 2022 @ TBD
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    A survey of the origins of The Christian and Missionary Alliance in its social, cultural, and theological contexts. The course also examines and evaluates various continuities and changes in C&MA thought and practice. The online class has a limit of 20 students and preference is given to those who live outside of Calgary.

    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

HI 370 - 1 Public History

  • Instructor: Kenneth L. Draper, PhD
    Location: A2212
    Schedule: Wed/Fri 3:15 PM-4:30 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

HI 399-1 Colonialism and Imperialism in the Asia-Pacific

  • Location: A2210
    Schedule: Wed/Fri 10:00 AM-11:15 AM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

HI 422 - 1 Nazi Germany

  • Instructor: Kyle Jantzen, PhD
    Location: RE 104
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 3:15 PM-4:30 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

HI 480 - 1 Field Placement in History

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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

HI 495 - 1 Independent Research in History

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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

HUM 101 - 2 Reading and Writing for University (Collapse and the Apocalyptic Imagination )

  • Instructor: Ryan Wilkinson, PhD
    Location: RE 112
    Schedule: Wed/Fri 11:45 AM-1:00 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

HUM 101 - 3 Reading and Writing for University (Empires and Nations )

  • Location: RE 104
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 1:30 PM-2:45 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

HUM 485 - 1 Humanities Capstone Seminar

  • Instructor: Kenneth L. Draper, PhD
    Location: RE 110
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 5:00 PM-6:15 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

ICS 205 - 1 Intercultural Competence

  • Location: L2084
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 3:15 PM-4:30 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

ICS 306 - 1 Reading Through the Eyes of the Majority World

  • Location: A2210
    Schedule: Wed/Fri 3:15 PM-4:30 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

ICS 402 - 1 Psychology of Immigration

  • Instructor: James Cresswell, PhD
    Location: RE 132
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 5:00 PM-6:15 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

ICS 499 - 1 Intercultural Ministry Capstone course

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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

KIN 385 - 1 Biomechanics

  • Instructor: Mehdi Dehghany, PhD
    Location: N/A
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 10:00 AM-11:15 AM
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    This course will cover the biomechanical properties of tissues and organs and will discuss the effects of these properties on function. Methods for the analysis of deformational mechanics will be introduced as they apply to biological tissues including bone, muscle, and connective tissues. Analysis of movement will also be discussed at a biomechanical level. PHY 111 Recommended for Pre-Requisite. ZOO 261 and ZOO 263 are required.

    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

KIN 385L - 1 Biomechanics Lab

  • Instructor: Mehdi Dehghany, PhD
    Location: Online
    Schedule: Fri 3:15 PM 5:15 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

LE 631 - 1 Leadership and Literature

  • Schedule: Jan 22, Feb 26, Mar 26, 2021 Friday 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm // Jan 23, Feb 27, Mar 27 9 am to 4 pm
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    A learning journey focused on rising above the tone and temper of our times in order to study and reflect on great leadership texts of the past. The course interaction will center on a number of classic works exploring the topic that has occupied great minds.

    Semester: Winter
    Seminary

LTA 700 - 1 A Synthesis of Learning Theory

  • Instructor: Mary-Lynn Wardle, MA, BEd, BA
    Location: RE 110
    Schedule: Mon 8:30 AM 11:00 AM; Tue 1:00 PM 3:30 PM; Wed 1:30 PM 4:00 PM; Thu 1:00 PM 3:30 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Education (After Degree)

LTA 700 - 2 A Synthesis of Learning Theory

  • Instructor: Crystal Pelletier, MEd
    Location: RE 112
    Schedule: Mon 8:30 AM 11:00 AM; Tue 1:00 PM 3:30 PM; Wed 1:30 PM 4:00 PM; Thu 1:00 PM 3:30 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Education (After Degree)

LTA 700 - 3 A Synthesis of Learning Theory

  • Instructor: Kathryn Crawford, EdD
    Location: RE 112
    Schedule: Mon 8:30 AM 11:00 AM; Tue 1:00 PM 3:30 PM; Wed 1:30 PM 4:00 PM; Thu 1:00 PM 3:30 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Education (After Degree)

MED 275 - 1 Health and Wellness

  • Instructor: Megan Hallam
    Location: N/A
    Schedule: Wed/Fri 6:30 PM-7:45 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 036 - 1 Introduction to Music Theory

  • Instructor: Michalis Andronikou, PhD
    Location: N/A
    Schedule: Asynchronous
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 125b - 1 Aural Skills I

  • Instructor: Michalis Andronikou, PhD
    Location: G2195
    Schedule: Wed 10:00 AM-11:15 AM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 125b - L - 1 MU 125b Aural Skills Ib - Lab

  • Instructor: Michalis Andronikou, PhD
    Location: G2195
    Schedule: Fri 10:00 AM-11:15 AM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 141/241/341B-1 Applied Lessons - Low Brass

  • Instructor: David Reid, MMus
    Location: Music Wing
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 141/241/341F-1 Applied Lessons - Flute

  • Location: Music Wing
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 141/241/341FR-1 Applied Lessons - French Horn

  • Location: Music Wing
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 141/241/341G-1 Applied Lessons - Classical Guitar

MU 141/241/341G-2 Applied Lessons - Jazz Guitar

  • Instructor: Neil McVey
    Location: Music Wing
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 141/241/341P-1 Applied Lessons - Classical Piano

MU 141/241/341P-2 Applied Lessons - Jazz Piano

MU 141/241/341Pr-1 Applied Lessons - Classical Percussion

  • Location: Music Wing
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 141/241/341Pr-2 Applied Lessons - Jazz Percussion

  • Instructor: Tyler Hornby, MMus
    Location: Music Wing
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 141/241/341S-1 Applied Lessons - Viola

  • Location: Music Wing
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 141/241/341S-2 Applied Lessons - Violin

  • Instructor: Karri Quan, BMus
    Location: Music Wing
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 141/241/341S-3 Applied Lessons - Cello

  • Instructor: Arnold Choi, DMA
    Location: Music Wing
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 141/241/341S-4 Applied Lessons - Jazz Bass

  • Location: Music Wing
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 141/241/341T-1 Applied Lessons - Trumpet

  • Location: Music Wing
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 141/241/341T-2 Applied Lessons - Jazz Trumpet

  • Location: Music Wing
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 141/241/341V-1 Applied Lessons - Voice

  • Location: Music Wing
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 141/241/341Wd-1 Applied Lessons - Saxophone

  • Instructor: Pat Belliveau, BMus
    Location: Music Wing
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 157/257/357/457-1 Jazz Ensemble I

  • Instructor: Tyler Hornby, MMus
    Location: G2195
    Schedule: Mon 10:00 AM-11:30 AM
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    Two jazz ensembles, one jazz band, the Ambrose orchestra, or String Ensemble. In addition to the requirements of the first two terms of an ensemble, students are required to participate concurrently in a large vocal ensemble for two terms. No additional credit will be given or additional fees assessed.

    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 157/257/357/457-2 Jazz Ensemble II

  • Instructor: Pat Belliveau, BMus
    Location: G2195
    Schedule: Mon 12:00 PM-1:30 PM
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    Two jazz ensembles, one jazz band, the Ambrose orchestra, or String Ensemble. In addition to the requirements of the first two terms of an ensemble, students are required to participate concurrently in a large vocal ensemble for two terms. No additional credit will be given or additional fees assessed.

    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 157/257/357/457-3 Jazz Band

  • Instructor: Pat Belliveau, BMus
    Location: G2195
    Schedule: Tue 7:30 PM-9:30 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 157/257/357/457-4 Orchestra

  • Instructor: Jason Erhardt, MMus
    Location: A1085
    Schedule: Thu 7:30 PM-9:30 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 190/290/390/490-1 University Singers

  • Instructor: Mark Bartel , DMA
    Location: A2212
    Schedule: Mon 6:00 PM 9:00 PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 190/290/390/490-2 Chamber Singers

  • Instructor: Mark Bartel , DMA
    Location: G2195
    Schedule: Mon 6:00PM-8:00PM; Fri 5:00PM-6:15PM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate

MU 207 - 1 History of Music II

  • Instructor: Alyssa Michaud, PhD
    Location: G2195
    Schedule: Tue/Thu 10:00 AM 11:15 AM
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    Semester: Winter
    Undergraduate