About Dual Credits

A Dual Credit is one which gives you credit for both high school and university simultaneously. The Ambrose University Dual Credit program enables grade 10, 11 and 12 students in Alberta to explore post-secondary areas of interest while receiving credit that they can apply to both their high school diploma and future university studies at Ambrose or elsewhere. This opportunity allows high school students to experience University level studies, making the transition between secondary education and post-secondary education seamless. 

Ambrose currently offers limited dual credit class opportunities. Please contact your high school counselor to discuss your dual credit options.

Registering for Dual Credit

Please speak with your High School Guidance Counsellor for more information on your dual credit options with Ambrose. Once you're ready, please download and fill out the dual credit courses registration form.

Once you a ready to register or if your high school is not registered with Ambrose, please connect with the Ambrose Registrar at registrar@ambrose.edu

Information For Current Dual Credit Students

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Dual Credit Courses – Winter 2021

BIO 105 - 1 The Organization and Diversity of Life

This course studies biological concepts and mechanisms using current examples from medicine and the environment.

Winter 2021 Semester
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5:00 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
Note: Credit for this course cannot be applied to a Bachelor of Science Degree. Students cannot take both BIO 105 and BIO 131 or BIO 133 for credit.

DA 103 Dance Fundamentals

A praxis-based introductory dance class open to all students. This course will focus on classical and contemporary dance technique. The training explores barre work, centre-practice and contemporary dance styles. Students will also be introduced to basic skeletal and muscle anatomy and health. Emphasis will be placed on exploring the rudiments of classical technique in addition to understanding rhythm, theme, and musical interpretation as it applies to choreography.

Winter 2021 Semester
DA 103 - 1 Tuesdays, 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
DA 103 - 2 Thursdays, 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

REL 105 Introduction to the Bible

An overview of the literary genres, contents, and major themes of biblical literature, focusing on an understanding of the Bible in its original contexts.

Winter 2021 Semester

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