It’s not often students get to drink their way to credits, but the Nova Scotia Community College’s 100km Food and Wine Weekend offers just that.
The 14-hour September course teaches students about the 100km diet by whisking them to the Annapolis Valley with chef instructors Claude AuCoin and Sean Kettley.
Students visit food growers and wine makers Saturday and spend Sunday in NSCC’s kitchens creating a four-course locally sourced meal — complete with wine.
At Dalhousie University, ardent gamers can learn hands-on how to do computer animation.
Students will use applications to create web pages with animation and progress to the design of animated games and the control of robots. Robots!
Sign up for CSCI 1106 and begin global domination.
If you survived Hurricane Earl but have lingering questions, try Dal’s physics course 1600 Understanding weather, 1500 Extreme Weather or 1060 Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Natural Disasters.
Saint Mary’s University is famous for its commerce programs and its arts students can take advantage of that by signing up for SMU’s entrepreneurship course for arts students.
It’s all well and good to find out you love painting, but unless you also love being hungry, this course is for you. It offers the basics of business for artsy types who don’t want to get bogged down by the numbers.