You can complete EDGE milestones by choosing from dozens of work-integrated learning courses across multiple faculties.
Spring 2022 skills identification and articulation courses
|Mathematics||ENGL 119||Communications in Mathematics & Computer Science|
|Science||ENGL 193 & SPCOM 193||Communication in the Sciences|
Students in ENGL 193 and SPCOM 193 must complete the requirements in the Science Skills Identification and Articulation asynchronous workshop to be eligible for the milestone. Completion is tracked by the EDGE team. Please email the EDGE team if you have further questions about meeting these requirements.
The skills identification and articulation workshop can be completed online through Learn. Non-EDGE students may enroll using the self-registration tool, EDGE students can access the content through EDGE Learn community and complete the associated quiz to earn the milestone.
For previous terms, please see our list of past skills identification and articulation courses.
Career development courses
|Arts||PSCI 299||Political Science Beyond the Classroom|
|WatPD||PD1 EDGE||Career Fundamentals|
For a list of previously offered career development courses, please see our list of past career development courses.
Work and community experiences
With the COVID-19 pandemic, these courses are evaluated each term for eligibility as delivery may have changed. If you have questions of whether your academic course on this list may count for EDGE, please contact the EDGE team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Health||HLTH 481||Community Learning Project|
|Health||KIN 492A||Clinical Kinesiology — Cardiac Rehabilitation Practicum|
|Health||KIN 492B||Clinical Kinesiology — Cardiac Rehabilitation Practicum|
|Health||KIN 493||Clinical Kinesiology: Movement Assessment Practicum|
|Health||REC 253||Practicum in Therapeutic Recreation|
|Health||REC 312||Practicum in Recreation, Sport, and Tourism|
|Health||REC 450||Internship for Therapeutic Recreation|
|Arts||ARTS 390||Crime and Justice|
|Arts||CMW 202||Worship Practicum 2|
|Arts||THPERF 206||Production Participation 1|
|Arts||THPERF 207||Production Participation 2|
|Arts||THPERF 243||Technical Production 1|
|Arts||THPERF 244||Technical Production 2|
|Arts||THPERF 306||Production Participation 3|
|Arts||THPERF 307||Production Participation 4|
|Arts||THPERF 316||Production Participation 5|
|Arts||THPERF 317||Production Participation 6|
|Arts||THPERF 400||Collaborative Performance Project|
|Arts||THPERF 406||Production Participation 7|
|Arts||THPERF 407||Production Participation 8|
|Arts||THPERF 416||Production Participation 9|
|Arts||THPERF 417||Production Participation 10|
|Arts||FINE 243||Topics in Fine Arts Experiential Learning|
|Arts||FINE 343||Topics in Fine Arts Experiential Learning|
|Arts||GBDA 302||Global Digital Project 2|
|Arts||GER 407||Applied Apprenticeship|
|Arts||LS 434||Sociology of At-Risk Youth1|
|Arts||MUSIC 116||Music Ensemble|
|Arts||MUSIC 117||Music Ensemble|
|Arts||MUSIC 216||Music Ensemble|
|Arts||MUSIC 217||Music Ensemble|
|Arts||MUSIC 316||Music Ensemble|
|Arts||MUSIC 317||Music Ensemble|
|Arts||MUSIC 416||Music Ensemble|
|Arts||MUSIC 417||Music Ensemble|
|Arts||PSCI 498C||Civic Engagement Experience|
|Arts||PSYCH 465||Applied Apprenticeship|
|Arts||PSYCH 466||Emergent Literacy|
|Arts||PSYCH 467||Human Resources Apprenticeship|
|Arts||SDS 496R||Applied Apprenticeship in Social Development Studies|
|Arts||SMF 460||Practicum and Professional Ethics|
|Arts||SMF 461||Practicum and Applied Theory|
|Arts||SMF 490||Practicum and Professional Ethics|
|Arts||SMF 491||Practicum and Applied Theory|
|Arts||SOC 434||Sociology of At-Risk Youth1|
|Engineering||BET 300||Foundations of Venture Creation|
|Engineering||BET 340||Essentials of Entrepreneurial Planning and Execution|
|Environment||ENBUS 402A||Environment and Business Project|
|Environment||ENBUS 402B||Environment and Business Project|
|Environment||ERS 340||Ecosystem Assessment2|
|Environment||ERS 341||Professional Conservation and Restoration Practice 12|
|Environment||ERS 382||Ecological Monitoring2|
|Environment||INDEV 401||International Development Placement 1|
|Environment||INDEV 402||International Development Placement 2|
|Environment||INTEG 452A||Real World Problem Solving A|
|Environment||INTEG 452B||Real World Problem Solving B|
What does it mean for a course to be "pre-approved?"
Pre-approved courses are vetted by the EDGE team to ensure they satisfy the criteria governing the work/community experiences milestone. For more information regarding these criteria, visit our page devoted to work and community experiences.
I want to complete a milestone using a course, but I don't see it on the pre-approved course list. What should I do?
If you want to complete a milestone using an experiential learning course that hasn't been approved, there's no need to worry — you can submit it for approval using a form on the EDGE website.
If you're considering enrolling in the course well in advance, consider contacting the EDGE team at email@example.com to have the course assessed. This is a voluntary step, but it can help you proactively address any issues with the course and its eligibility as a milestone.
When you're ready to initiate the approval process, submit the independent studies and special topics enrolment form. A member of the EDGE team will contact your professor to discuss your course's compatibility with EDGE.
I've enrolled in an approved experiential learning course. What else do I need to do to receive a milestone for my experience?
There's more to an EDGE milestone than the work you complete as part of your course. You need to pass the course, receive an evaluation from the course's work or community partner and submit a reflective assignment to earn a milestone for your experience.
If you want to learn more about these requirements, visit our page devoted to the types of EDGE experiences for more information.
Do you have any other questions about pre-approval and the milestone-granting process? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2This course features capped enrolment, and some students may be given priority depending on their program and plan of study. If you're interested in taking this course, consider registering early or contacting your academic program advisor for more information.