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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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Undergraduate courses

This term, courses will either be offered in-person, online using alternate delivery methods or distance technology, or through a combination of in-person instruction and virtual components.

We will continue to provide flexibility and accommodations for students unable to attend in-person if there is a documented concern, such as travel bans and/or COVID related health conditions. See COVID student academic accommodations for more information.

NOTE: Low enrollment courses are subject to cancellation. Course schedules are also subject to change.

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.

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

To learn more about how to register for these courses, please visit our Student Resources page.

Academic English Second Language

CODE TITLE CH DAY TIME DELIVERY START DATE
AESL 1012 English as a Second Language for Academic Purposes 3 T 6:30 pm - 9:20 pm FR Jan. 11
AESL 2012 Exploration of Literary English for Non-Anglophones 3 T 6:30 pm - 9:20 pm FR Jan. 11

Electrical Engineering

CODE TITLE CH DAY TIME DELIVERY START DATE
ECE 2214 Digital Logic Design 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ECE 2215 Digital Logic Design Lab 1 - - TB Jan. 10

Education

CODE TITLE CH DAY TIME DELIVERY START DATE
ED 3115 Methods and Strategies in Adult Education 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 4061 Advising and Mentoring Adult Learners 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 4113 Introduction to Distance Learning in Adult Education 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 4115 Issues in Adult Literacy 3 - - TB Jan. 10

Geodesy & Geomatics Engineering

CODE TITLE CH DAY TIME DELIVERY START DATE
GGE 5522 Survey Law II 4 - - TB Jan. 10

History

CODE TITLE CH DAY TIME DELIVERY START DATE
HIST 3374 Truth & Reconciliation in Canada: Working to Overcome the Legacy of Residential Schools 3 - - TB Jan. 10

Music

CODE TITLE CH DAY TIME DELIVERY START DATE
MUS 1002 Music of the World 3 - - TB Jan. 10

Nursing

CODE TITLE CH DAY TIME DELIVERY START DATE
NURS 2132 Pharmacotherapeutics 3 - - TB Jan. 10
NURS 2217 Professional Nursing Practice 3 - - TB Jan. 10
NURS 2218 Enhanced Decision Making 3 - - TB Jan. 10

Psychology

CODE TITLE CH DAY TIME DELIVERY START DATE
PSYC 3565 Clinical and Organizational Applications of Behaviour Science 3 MWF 9:30 am - 10:20 am FR Jan. 10
PSYC 4515 Advanced Applied Behaviour Analysis 3 MWF 11:30am - 12:20pm FR Jan. 10
PSYC 4525 Advanced Applied Behaviour Analysis Practicum I
6 T 2:30pm - 3:50pm FR Jan. 11
PSYC 4535 Advanced Applied Behaviour Analysis Practicum II
6 T 2:30pm - 4:20pm FR Jan. 11

Renaissance College

CODE TITLE CH DAY TIME DELIVERY START DATE
RCLP 1001 Leadership Foundations 3 - - TB Jan. 10
RCLP 3031 Applied Leadership Project 3 - - TB Jan. 10

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Featured Credit Courses

We've put together a list of courses we think you'll love!

Graduate courses

This term, courses will either be offered in-person, online using alternate delivery methods or distance technology, or through a combination of in-person instruction and virtual components.

We will continue to provide flexibility and accommodations for students unable to attend in-person if there is a documented concern, such as travel bans and/or COVID related health conditions. See COVID student academic accommodations for more information.

NOTE: Low enrollment courses are subject to cancellation. Course schedules are also subject to change.

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.

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

To learn more about how to register for these courses, please visit our Student Resources page.

Academic English Second Language

CODE TITLE CH DAY TIME DELIVERY START DATE
AESL 6022 English as a Second Language
CR/NCR T 6:30 pm - 9:20 pm TB Jan. 11

Education

CODE TITLE CH DAY TIME DELIVERY START DATE
ED 6001 Supervision of Instruction I: Enhancing Learning Culture 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 6004 Theories of Educational Leadership 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 6008 Assessment Literacy for School Leaders 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 6012 Politics in Educational Administration 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 6017 Leadership in Liberal Democracies 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 6056 Evidence-Informed Practices in Special Education 3 T 5pm - 7:20pm DT Jan. 11
ED 6064 Behavioral/Emotional Disorders 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 6074 Advanced School Counselling and Guidance Practice 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 6092 Practicum in Exceptionalities 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 6101 Curriculum Development 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 6105 Current Issues in Education 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 6108 Antiracist Research and Pedagogical Practices 3 W 5pm - 7:50pm DT Jan. 12
ED 6116 Assessment and Learning 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 6131 Educators As Researchers 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 6142 Authentic Teaching 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 6143 Adult Education: Origins and Trends 3 Th 5pm - 7:50pm DT Jan. 13
ED 6146 Methods and Strategies for Facilitating Adult Learning 3 M 5 pm - 7:50 pm DT Jan. 10
ED 6167 Methods and Resource: Theory and Practice II 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 6175 Supervisory Methods for Resource Professionals 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 6254 Children's Literature and Literary Theory 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 6301 Introduction to Instructional Design 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 6821 Qualitative Methods of Research in Education 3 - - TB Jan. 10
ED 6902 Introduction to Research in Education 3 - - TB Jan. 10

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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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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.

Learn more about BIS

506 447-3449
1-866-599-4646
bis@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

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