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College of Extended Learning

Programs and services that suit your needs

Regardless of why you are seeking continuing education–to advance your career, pursue a new direction, earn a degree, or learn for the pure joy of it–UNB's College of Extended Learning makes it possible.

  • Online courses & programs
  • Credit studies
  • Career & Professional Development
  • Art, music & leisure learning
  • Learn English

Featured Courses and Events

Learn about the restoration process!

An exhibition documenting the painstaking process of the stained glass window restoration project from start to finish will run from Sept. 21 to Oct. 26, 2018.

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Have you recently been promoted to a management or supervisory role?

Transitioning into a position of authority means many unique challenges, including new responsibilities and skills. This seminar is designed to help you comprehend the challenges and exciting opportunities of making a transition to a leadership role.

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Preparing Youth with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities for Higher Education and Employment

This workshop will show you how to apply different interventions available for transition-age youth with autism and other developmental disabilities to improve the transition from school to work and community settings.

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Experience the wonder of music!

The Centre for Musical Arts presents MusicUNB, formerly known as Music on the Hill. The annual concert series runs from September to April in Memorial Hall and features chamber and cutting-edge classical music performances.

See upcoming MusicUNB concerts

Get credit for what you already know

You may be eligible for credit toward your UNB undergraduate program based on your previous learning. Prior learning could include workplace-related training, independent study or non-credit courses, travel, and volunteer and community activity. It differs from transfer credit, which provides credit for formal university or college coursework.

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