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Critical Skills for Communication in the Technical Sector Department of Earth, Environmental and Geographic Sciences Irving K. Barber Faculty of Science Online Upcoming Learn to communicate technical information effectively with eight courses covering essential writing and communications skills in the science and engineering sectors.
Fundamentals of Wildland Fire Ecology and Management Department of Earth, Environmental and Geographic Sciences Irving K. Barber Faculty of Science Online Upcoming 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
Health Assessment for Primary Care Nursing Faculty of Health and Social Development Nursing Blended Closed Canada is engaged in primary healthcare reform, which involves shifting primary healthcare to integrated teams of providers accountable for providing comprehensive services to their clients.
Wetland Delineation and Assessment Department of Earth, Environmental and Geographic Sciences Irving K. Barber Faculty of Science Blended Open for Enrolment 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.

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Metabolomics Department of Chemistry Irving K. Barber Faculty of Science Online Upcoming 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.
Circular Economy: Principles and Applied Methods School of Engineering Online Open for Enrolment This 12-week course provides learners with skills to tractably understand and apply practical strategies to circularize their organization’s value chains and drive regenerative business growth.
Foundations for a Restorative Approach: Health Care Harm and Wellbeing Faculty of Health and Social Development Blended Open for Enrolment 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
Performance-based Design and Lifecycle Cost Analysis of Bridges School of Engineering Online Closed Discover the latest in performance-based design of bridges within a lifecycle context, including designing and modeling bridges to satisfy force-based and performance-based requirements of CSA-S6-19.
Skills in Industrial Automation: PLC School of Engineering Blended Closed 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).
Wine Tasting Ability (WTA) BC Canada Level One – The Fundamentals of Wine Tasting Joint Program Wine Research Centre In-person Closed 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.