Bow Valley College: Tuition and Profile
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Bow Valley College

Bow Valley College | Calgary, Alta. | Founded 1965


 
Bow Valley College campus
Bow Valley Campus at night. (David S. Troyer/Bow Valley College)

Bow Valley College in Calgary, as the region’s only publicly funded college, offers a wide range of programs leading to certificates and diplomas in business, health, community studies, creative technologies, academic upgrading and English language learning.

The college is addressing growth in Alberta’s creative industries with its School of Creative Technologies, offering programs in information technology systems, software development, digital marketing, data management and analytics, and kitchen and bath design. The school also offers post-diploma certificates, and now has a post-baccalaureate certificate in data management and analytics.

Bow Valley has a main campus in downtown Calgary, with six regional campuses throughout southern Alberta in Airdrie, Banff/Canmore, Cochrane, High River, Okotoks and Strathmore. These collectively serve more full- and part-time students than any other college in the province. Though Bow Valley does not have its own residence, students are eligible to live in student accommodation at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) in Calgary.

Indigenous students have access to Bow Valley’s Iniikokaan Centre, which provides a gathering space, elder counselling and academic support services.


Size of school Tuition (diploma) Tuition (certificate) Tuition (post-grad) Residence offerings
Mid-sized (2,000 full-time students to fewer than 10,000 full-time students) $2,426-$5,068 $7,743-$15,695 $6,102-$11,428 No

Cool Options

  • Cybersecurity: By focusing on operating system concepts, introductory computer forensics and network protocols, this program prepares learners to design and implement secure computation solutions.
  • Data Management and Analytics: This post-baccalaureate certificate prepares learners to uncover insights from unstructured data sets to inform data-driven decision making. Learners will determine data requirements, plan for the data life cycle, model data, and use IT tools to gather data and interpret results.

Popular Programs

  • Practical Nurse
  • Business Administration
  • Hospital Unit Clerk
  • English Language Learning
  • Academic Upgrading

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