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Campus EPSB

Campus EPSB is designed as another way for students to earn high school credits and industry credentials, get ahead of their studies or prepare for post-secondary. It's a great way for students to explore opportunities and get hands-on experiences that can help them plan their next steps. 

These opportunities allow students to take courses that may not be currently offered at their home school, and immerse themselves in an area of study that excites them for 3-4 blocks of the day at another school or an industry site for one full semester. If a course runs for three blocks, students can take a fourth block class at that same school. 

Campus EPSB offers semester options during the school year. 

In light of the challenges posed by COVID-19, the delivery of Campus EPSB programming will be modified accordingly. We will share updated information as soon as it is available. 

For more information, please email careerpathways@epsb.ca or call 780-429-8384.

 

Campus EPSB: Architectural Engineering

In this course, students apply concepts by designing hands-on projects to demonstrate an understanding of science, technology, engineering and art through literacy and mathematics. Students will explore engineering fields with an emphasis on art and science, while earning credentials and certifications.

W.P. Wagner's Architectural Engineering lab is equpped with a Trotec Speedy 360 Laser cutter, inventables large format X-Carve and Carvey CNC routers, Prusa MK3 3D printers, as well as a comprehensive range of hand and power tools. Digital platforms are complemented with Roland Vinyl Cutters and large format printers.

You have the ability to design and make prototypes of just about anything. 

Dual credit opportunity

In this course, students can earn 15 high school credits and 3 post-secondary credits that can be used at a number of institutes, including the University of Alberta, NAIT, Athabasca University, University of Lethbridge and Mount Royal University.

 

Campus EPSB: Cosmetology 

In this course, aspiring hairstylists can learn the fundamental skills necessary for the beauty industry in this half year apprenticeship program. Students will gain post-secondary knowledge in styling, coloring, cutting, perming, extensions, and other beauty-related areas.

 



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