Find a program

UNB has a wide variety of undergraduate degree, certificate, and diploma programs from which to choose; search the CEL online search feature or consult the UNB undergraduate calendar for details.

If you know the program that interests you, please contact the appropriate faculty to set up an appointment to discuss your goals, admission requirements and how to get started.

If you're not sure of what options are available, you can call the coordinator of Adult Learner Support Services, phone: 506-458-7976 or email.

If you are a mature student (over the age of 21), it is also possible to opt for "No Degree status" rather than apply for admission to a particular program. This status allows you to take a limited number of degree-credit courses while deciding what program to pusue.

You might consider becoming a No Degree student if you:

  1. Are interested in taking courses for credit, but not interested in working towards a degreeor a specific program
  2. Do not meet the admissions requirements for a program and wish to take courses that will help you to reach your goal
  3. Are taking specific courses to qualify for entry into a professional or graduate program.

If you have questions about what option you should pursue, make an appointment with the coordinator of Adult Learner Support Services, phone: 506-458-7976 or email.