Academic Calendar

Disclaimer and Important Notice

MacEwan University makes every effort to ensure accuracy in all university publications. However, if there is inconsistency with the information as published and that which resides in official university policy, the official university policy will prevail. Further, MacEwan University reserves the right to make changes in the information provided within this academic calendar without prior notice.

The Programs of Study listed in this academic calendar are available for the intake year for which the academic calendar applies. Further, the University reserves the right to change the content or structure of a Program of Study, and reasonable attempts will be made to notify active program students.

MacEwan University also reserves the right to update course content, prerequisites and co-requisites without prior notice. In addition, not every course listed in the academic calendar will be offered every year. Further, MacEwan University reserves the right to implement new policies, regulations and procedures which may not be available at time of publication; those new policies, regulations and procedures will take effect as of the date of approval by the applicable decision-maker.

MacEwan University reserves the right to modify or replace the method of delivery for any course, including a temporary or permanent suspension of in-person learning in favour of virtual or online learning where the University determines that the delivery of in-person learning presents a risk to the health or safety of MacEwan University or to a member of the MacEwan University community, or for any other reason as determined by MacEwan University.

MacEwan University will not be liable to anyone who may suffer any loss, damage or other expense of any type arising from any changes to this academic calendar or University policy, nor from any loss, damage or expense arising from an interruption in, delays in, change in the method of delivery, or termination of the services, courses, or classes by reason of force majeure, pandemics, public health emergencies, fire, flood, riots, war, strikes, lockouts, job action, damage to University property, computer system failures, building failures, financial exigency, or any events beyond the reasonable control of the University.

Students are responsible for informing themselves on matters related to admission, program and graduation requirements, and other academic matters including policies, regulations and procedures. Students are also responsible for ensuring the accuracy and completeness of their enrolment, and are strongly encouraged to consult with and to seek advice on academic and program planning matters from program and discipline advisors.

By the act of applying to a program and/or enrolment into courses, each student agrees to be bound by the policies and procedures of the University and the contents of this academic calendar.