Learn about the role fire plays in land management, ecosystems, & society from both Indigenous & western perspectives with 3 courses focusing on wildland fire ecology, climate, landscape ecology & management, in the historic, social, & legislative context
Climate, Environment and Sustainability, Science, and Technology, Data and Design
Learn methods and technical skills to identify wetlands and delineate their boundaries, and gain hands-on experience in field delineation methods, classification and functional assessment.
Climate, Environment and Sustainability and Science
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Department of Chemistry
Irving K. Barber Faculty of Science
Metabolomics is an exciting and in-demand field which requires experts in chemistry, systems biology and data science. This micro-credential offers the opportunity to develop multidisciplinary skills to prepare for a career in an emerging industry.
This course explores a restorative approach, grounded and guided by relational principles, to address harm and enhance well-being in healthcare. Application will include identifying opportunities, analyzing issues, & designing a principle-based strategies
Learners in this micro-credential will gain hands-on experience developing Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) based industrial control systems, focusing on control logic development using IEC 61131-3 and human-machine interfaces (HMI).
Engineering, Science, and Technology, Data and Design
Research-led and science-based wine tasting course taught by University of Bordeaux, Dr. Axel Marshal and Director of UBC WRC, Dr. Jacques Olivier Pesme. Delivered for the first time outside Bordeaux and France. Open to wine industry and consumers alike.