Programs & Amenities at the Downtown Campus

In an effort to be closer to the business community and have a downtown presence, the University of Calgary Downtown Campus is the home to many executive education courses, an important tool for global businesses to nurture top leadership talent.


Haskayne School of Business

The Haskayne School of Business was founded at the University of Calgary in 1967, and was named in honour of Richard F. Haskayne, OC, AOE, FCA in 2002. The business school has approximately 3,000 full- and part-time students enrolled in bachelor's, master's, doctorate, and executive education programs, and stays connected with its 21,000 alumni in 60 countries worldwide.

The Haskayne School of Business offers a full range of degree programs including: Bachelor of Commerce; Master of Business Administration (MBA); Executive MBA; PhD in Management; a new Global Energy Executive MBA; an interdisciplinary Master of Science degree in Sustainable Energy Development; and a full range of open and customized Executive Education programs.


School of Public Policy

Under the leadership of Prof. Pierre-Gerlier Forest, PhD,  The School of Public Policy provides a practical, global and focused perspective on public policy analysis and practice in four focus areas:

Our mission is to get public policy right in this country. This means strengthening Canada’s public service, and bridging the gap between business, government and academia. These are the keys to unleashing Canada's full economic potential - domestically and internationally. 


Continuing Education

Continuing Education is excited to offer hundreds of courses at University of Calgary's location in the heart of downtown Calgary. While continuing to offer a wide range of courses and seminars at the main campus.

To find seminars and courses taught at the downtown campus, look for the word 'Downtown' next to course listings on this website and in publications.

Contact the Continuing Education Office Directly:
Phone: 403-220-2866 
Toll-Free: 1-866-220-4992 (outside of Calgary) 

Energy Resources Research Building 
3512 - 33rd Street N.W. 
Calgary, AB T2L 2A6 

U of A

University of Alberta

The University of Alberta's Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine houses four programs at the University of Calgary's Downtown Campus - the MSc Occupational Therapy program, the MSc Physical Therapy program as well as an MSc and PhD in Rehabilitation Science. With the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine's distributed education model, students at all campuses complete the same core program of required courses as their colleagues enrolled at the other campuses. Each campus offers unique elective opportunities reflective of local expertise and community partnerships.

In Calgary, we have six classrooms and three labs located on the third floor and basement. State-of-the-art technology is employed to ensure that students have real time communications with lecturers and professors based in Edmonton, Calgary and Camrose. There are about 90 students throughout the four programs that call the Calgary campus "home". In addition to these programs, the University of Alberta has a research facility - the Clinic for Ambulatory Rehabilitation Research and Education (CARRE) located at the Downtown Campus. 


Fine Vintage

Fine Vintage is a leading provider of wine education in North America. Fine Vintage offers the prestigious wine courses of The Wine and Spirit Education Trust (WSET), the Canadian Wine Scholar, French Wine Professional, American Wine Professional and more.

There are courses for beginners and experts alike. You'll learn from highly accomplished instructors, taste fantastic wines, and get an internationally recognized certification. The courses are endorsed by Universities and taken by both wine enthusiasts and the trade.


Waves Coffee

Tucked away in a neighbourhood community Waves Coffee 8th and 8th is the perfect place to meet a friend over fresh brewed coffee and breakfast muffin.

Take advantage of our Bitcoin and Keycafe service here, we want to make your experience great.