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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.

Undergraduate credit courses

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Summer session dates

Session A: May 10-June 27, Session B: May 10-June 1, Session C: June 6-Aug. 15, Session D: July 7-Aug. 15, Session E: July 7-25, Session F: July 27-Aug. 15

Registration opens March 1

TB (Term-Based Online) - Term-based courses that are offered online & completed within the term.

FR (In-Person & On-campus) - Term-based courses that are offered in-person on the UNB Fredericton Campus.

C (Combination) - Term-based courses offered in-person on the UNB Fredericton Campus & online (student can choose either option).

DT (Distance Technology) - Term-based courses offered by distance.

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.

Full Term

Electrical and Computer Engineering

ECE 2214 Digital Logic Design 3ch - - TB May 10 - August 15
ECE 2215 Digital Logic Design Lab 1ch - - TB May 10 - August 15

Renaissance College

RCLP 2001 Practicing Leadership in Community Projects 3ch - - TB May 10 - August 15

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Session A

Classics

CLAS 1503 Introduction to Mythology: The Gods and Heroes of Greece and Rome 3ch - - TB May 10 - June 27
CLAS 3523 The Mythology and Religion of the Romans
3ch - - TB May 10 - June 27

Computer Science

CS 2253 Machine Level Programming 4ch MTWTh 2:30 pm - 3:50 pm FR May 10 - June 27
  Lab  - Th 4 pm - 5:50 pm FR  -
CS 2263 Systems Software Development 4ch MTWTh 1 pm - 2:20 pm FR May 10 - June 27
  Lab  - W 9 am - 11 am FR  -
CS 2333 Computability and Formal Languages 4ch MTWTh 11:30 am - 12:50 pm FR May 10 - June 27
Lab - T 9 am - 9:50 am FR -
CS 4419 Digital Forensics 4ch MTWTh 10 am - 11:20 am FR May 10 - June 27
  Lab  - - 11:30 am - 12:20 pm FR  -

Education

ED 3011 Professional Ethics for Practitioners of Adult Education 3ch - - TB May 10 - June 27

Electrical and Computer Engineering

ECE 1813 Electricity and Magnetism 4ch - - TB May 10 - June 27
ECE 3221 Computer Organization 4ch - - TB May 10 - June 27

Engineering

ENGG 4013 Law and Ethics for Engineers 3ch MTWTh 6:30 pm - 7:50 pm FR May 10 - June 27

English

ENGL 1103 Fundamentals of Clear Writing 3ch TTh 4 pm - 6:20 pm FR May 10 - June 26
ENGL 3477 Realism and Naturalism in 19th-Century Theatre
3ch MW 4 pm - 6:20 pm FR May 10 - June 27

History

HIST 1415 Native People in Popular Culture
3ch - - TB May 10 - June 27

Management

ADM 1165 Business Communications I 3ch TTh 4 pm - 6:20 pm FR May 10 - June 26
ADM 1192 Business Planning and Entrepreneurship 3ch MW 1 pm - 3:20 pm FR May 11 - June 27
ADM 4425 Investments 3ch TTh 7 pm - 9:20 pm FR May 10 - June 276
ADM 4686 Project Management 3ch MW 7 pm - 9:20 pm FR May 16 - June 27

Math

MATH 1003 Introduction to Calculus I 3ch MW 4:30 pm - 6:50 pm FR May 11 - June 27
MATH 1013 Introduction to Calculus II 3ch MW 7 pm - 9:20 pm FR May 11 - June 27
MATH 1503 Introduction to Linear Algebra 3ch MW 7 pm - 8:50 pm FR May 11 - June 27

Statistics

STAT 2593 Probability and Statistics for Engineers 3ch MTWTh 10 am - 11:20 am FR May 10 - June 27

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Session B

French

FR 1014 Basic French I 3ch MTThF 1 pm - 3:50 pm FR May 10 - June 27

History

HIST 3785 Music in the Romantic Era 3ch - - TB May 10 - June 1

Kinesiology

KIN 3031 Exercise Psychology 3ch MTWTh 11 am - 1:30 pm FR May 10 - May 31
KIN 3032 Sports Psychology 3ch MTWTh 8:30 am - 10:50 am FR May 10 - May 31
KIN 3131 Psychological Intervention in Sport and Exercise 3ch MTWTh 1:30 pm - 3:50 pm FR May 10 - May 31

Music

MUS 2113 Introduction to Music 3ch - - TB May 10 - June 1
MUS 3785 Music in the Romantic Era 3ch - - TB May 10 - June 1

Psychology

PSYC 1013 Introduction to Psychology I 3ch MTWTh 4 pm - 6:50 pm FR May 10 - May 31

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Session C

French

FR 1015 Basic French II 3ch MTThF 1 pm - 3:50 pm FR June 6 - June 27

History

HIST 3615 History of Slavery through Film and Literature
3ch MTWTh 9 am - 11:50 am FR June 6 - June 27

Psychology

PSYC 1023 Introduction to Psychology II 3ch MTWTh 4 pm - 6:50 pm FR June 6 - June 27

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Session D

Computer Science

CS 3853 Computer Architecture and Organization 3ch MTWTh 10 am - 11:20 am FR July 11 - August 11
  Lab  - W 1 pm - 3:50 pm FR -
CS 3997 Professional Practice 3ch MTWTh 11:30 am - 12:50 am FR July 11 - August 11

Education

ED 4045 Issues in Training and Development
3ch - - TB July 7 - August 15
ED 5022 Transformative Learning 3ch - - TB July 7 - August 15

English

ENGL 1103 Fundamentals of Clear Writing 3ch TTh 6 pm - 8:20 pm FR July 7 - August 11

History

HIST 1315 Canadian History on Film 3ch MW 1 pm - 3:50 pm FR July 11 - August 15

Management

ADM 2624 Management Science 3ch MW 7 pm - 9:50 pm FR July 11 - August 15
ADM 2713 Management Information Systems 3ch TTh 1 pm - 3:50 pm FR July 7 - August 15
ADM 3123 Business Law I 3ch TTh 1 pm - 3:50 pm FR July 7 - August 11
ADM 3155 Local and International Business Relations 3ch MW 1 pm - 3:50 pm FR July 11 - August 15

Media Arts and Culture

MAAC 3402 3D Fundamentals 3ch MTh 5 pm - 7:50 pm FR July 7 - August 15

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Session E

Philosophy

PHIL 1101 Critical Thinking 3ch MTWTh 1 pm - 3:50 pm FR July 7 - July 25

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Session F

Music

MUS 2114 Introduction to Music Appreciation 3ch - - TB July 27 - August 15

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Other Courses

Education

ED 5013 Voices of the Drum*
3ch MTWTH 9 am - 4 pm FR August 8 - 11

*Registration open to WBEd students only.

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Saint John Online Courses

Business Administration

BA 2504 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour
3ch - - TB May 10 - July 5
BA 3328 Consumer Behaviour 3ch - - TB May 10 - July 5

Psychology

PSYC 1003 Introduction to Psychology I
3ch - - TB May 10 - July 5
PSYC 3453 Cross Cultural Psychology
3ch - - TB May 10 - July 5
PSYC 3803 Industrial Psychology 3ch - - TB May 10 - July 5

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Featured undergraduate courses

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

Explore our featured courses

Know what course you want? Register now!
Not sure what to take yet? Explore the full UNB Timetable.
Got questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page.

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Graduate courses

Full Term

Education

ED 6016 Learning Exceptionalities 3ch - - TB July 18 - July 29
ED 6041 Piluwitahasuwawsuwakon in Counselling Practice 3ch MTWThF 1 pm - 4:50 pm FR July 4 - July 14
ED 6064 Behavioural/Emotional Disorders 3ch - - TB July 4 - July 15
ED 6106 Literacy Instruction in Bilingual and Multilingual Contexts 3ch MTWThF 9 am - 3:50 pm DT July 4 - July 8
ED 6112 Inclusive Second Language Education 3ch MTWThF 9 am - 3:50 pm DT July 11 - July 15
ED 6113 Creativity in Education 3ch MTWThF 10 am - 3:50 pm DT July 11 - July 15
ED 6118 Participatory Visual Research 3ch MTWThF 9 am - 3:50 pm DT July 18 - July 22

Masters Business Administration

MBA 6104 Professional Development II 3ch W 4 pm - 6:50 pm FR May 11 - August 10
MBA 6106 Information Technology and E-Business 3ch M 4 pm - 6:50 pm FR May 16 - August 15
MBA 6153 Corporate Governance and Law 3ch W 7 pm - 9:50 pm FR May 11 - August 10
MBA 6403 Financial Management 3ch Th 4 pm - 6:50 pm FR May 12 - August 11
MBA 6607 Production and Operations Management 3ch T 1 pm - 3:50 am FR May 10 - August 9
MBA 6636 Business Analytics
3ch T 7 pm - 9:50 pm FR May 12 - August 11

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Session A

Computer Science

CS 6419 Digital Forensics 3ch MTWTh 10 am - 11:20 am FR May 10 - June 27
  Lab  - T 11:30 am - 12:20 pm FR -

Economics

ECON 6616 International Money and Finance: Theory and Policy 3ch MW 1 pm - 3:50 pm FR May 11 - June 27

Education

ED 6001 Supervision of Instruction I: Enhancing Learning Culture 3ch - - TB May 10 - June 27
ED 6002 Supervision of Instruction II: Coaching and Mentoring
3ch - - TB May 10 - June 27
ED 6008 Assessment Literacy for School Leaders 3ch - - TB May 10 - June 27
ED 6022 Developing the Middle School
3ch - - TB May 10 - June 27
ED 6032 Development and Practice of Counselling Support Skills 3ch TTH 5 pm - 7:50 pm FR May 10 - June 27
ED 6049 Group Procedures in Counselling Psychology* 3ch - TBD TBD TBD
ED 6055 Principles of Academic Assessment 3ch - - TB May 10 - June 27
ED 6073 Counselling the Young Child 3ch TTh 5 pm - 7:50 pm FR May 10 - June 26
ED 6083 Human Development and Education 3ch - - TB May 10 - June 27
ED 6101 Curriculum Development 3ch - - TB May 10 - June 27
ED 6105 Current Issues in Education 3ch - - TB May 10 - June 27
ED 6115 Deconstructing Cultural Diversity in the School 3ch - - TB May 10 - June 27
ED 6116 Assessment and Learning 3ch - - TB May 10 - June 27
ED 6135 Interventions in Counselling Psychology 3ch MW 5 pm - 7:50 pm FR May 11 - June 27
ED 6145 Program Planning for Educators 3ch - - TB May 10 - June 27
ED 6156 Gender and Education 3ch TTh 5 pm - 7:50 pm DT May 10 - June 26
ED 6175 Supervisory Methods for Resource Professionals 3ch - - TB May 10 - June 27
ED 6366 Challenging the Authority of Texts 3ch - - TB May 10 - June 27
ED 6902 Introduction to Research in Education 3ch - - TB May 10 - June 27

*The course, Group Procedures in Counselling Psychology (ED 6049), is a special cohort class for North Counselling Students.

Masters Business Administration

MBA 6112 Student Consulting Group
3ch TTh 4 pm - 6:20 pm FR May 10 - June 26
MBA 6425 Investments 3ch TTh 7 pm - 9:20 pm FR May 10 - June 26
MBA 6686 Project Management
3ch MW 7 pm - 9:20 pm FR May 16 - June 27

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Session D

Education

ED 6001 Supervision of Instruction I: Enhancing Learning Culture 3ch - - TB July 7 - August 15
ED 6002 Supervision of Instruction II: Coaching and Mentoring 3ch - - TB July 7 - August 15
ED 6005 Planning of Organizational Change in Education
3ch - - TB July 7 - August 15
ED 6009 Responsive Leadership for Culturally Diverse Schools
3ch - - TB July 7 - August 15
ED 6085 Crisis Counsellinf
3ch - - TB July 7 - August 15
ED 6115 Deconstructing Cultural Diversity in the School 3ch - - TB July 7 - August 15
ED 6168 Applied Ethics for the Education and Training of Adults
3ch - - TB July 7 - August 15
ED 6224 Needs Assessment 3ch - - TB July 7 - August 15
ED 6902 Introduction to Research in Education 3ch - - TB July 7 - August 15

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Not sure what to take yet? Explore the full UNB Timetable.

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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 list below.
  2. Once you are on the course webpage, scroll down and click "Apply Now".
  3. Fill out and submit the application form.
  4. Once submitted, you will receive an email confirmation from extend@unb.ca.

See additional registration information on the Open Entry main page.

Courses

Anthropology

Biology

Classics and Ancient History

Computer Science

Economics

Engineering

Civil Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Geodesy & Geomatics Engineering

English

Family Violence Issues

Forestry and Environmental Management

Kinesiology

Management

Mathematics

Philosophy

Political Science

Psychology

Recreation and Sport Studies

Sociology

Statistics

506 451-6815
1-866-599-4646
online@unb.ca

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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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