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Credit Studies

UNB’s College of Extended Learning allows you to study full-time, part-time, or by taking one course at a time while working towards a degree or certificate.

Credit courses

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Browse our student resources information to learn more about registration, important dates, and fees. If finances are a concern, see Financial Services for information about financial assistance.

NOTE: Low enrollment courses are subject to cancellation. Course schedules are also subject to change. Supplemental fees only apply to Term Based and Open Entry online courses.

Featured courses

Each term, we work hard to put together a collection of interesting courses we think you'll enjoy.

Explore our featured courses

Already a UNB student? Register now.
Not a UNB student? Explore your options!
Questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions.

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Undergraduate courses

Graduate courses

Open Entry online courses

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Start anytime and take up to six months to complete most courses

Open Entry online courses are open to UNB/STU undergraduate and graduate students, mature students, program applicants, students studying at other post-secondary institutions, and no-degree students.

How to apply

  1. For each course you want to apply to, click on the course from the Open Entry online course list.
  2. Once you are on the course webpage, scroll to the bottom and click "Apply Now".
  3. Fill out and submit the application form.
  4. Once submitted, you will receive an email confirmation.
  5. After your application is reviewed, you will be emailed the next step to become registered in the course(s).

New courses

Explore all Open Entry courses

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Bachelor of Integrated Studies (BIS)

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Complete your undergraduate degree & open doors to new opportunities

Is completing your degree something you have always wanted to do? Are you worried about disrupting your personal life or putting your career on hold?

If you've been out of high school for at least seven years, and have some post-secondary education, you may be eligible to apply.

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Learn more about BIS

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Specialized programs

Undergraduate degree certificates and diplomas allow you to specialize in a specific area. You can apply your certificate to a degree program, add a specialty to your current studies, or build professional skills to advance your career.

Certificate in Adult Education

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Gain skills to teach and train adults

The Faculty of Education offers degree credit courses leading to a Certificate in Adult Education (CAE). The CAE is designed to provide you with a stand-alone certificate or the first step toward a Bachelor of Education in Adult Education degree.

Learn more about CAE

Explore our other specialized programs

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