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College of Extended Learning

Winter term highlights

This winter all on-campus in-person courses are being offered through alternative delivery methods unless otherwise stated.

Secure your spot in these courses today!

We've put together a collection of popular credit courses to help you complete your winter schedule.

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This winter, invest in your career

We've put together this collection of professional development seminars and programs so you can get the skills and certifications you need to take your career to the next level.

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Learn the best ways to teach and train adults

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

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Need more information? We've got you covered!

To learn more about your registration options, important dates, and fees, please visit our student resources page.

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Contest winner announcement

Congratulations to Michelle Sawler, the lucky winner of the CEL Success Story Contest and a $100 gift card from Amazon!

Michelle graduated from the Human Resources Management (HRM) program in 2008 and describes the learning sessions as engaging, thought-provoking, and challenging.

"I value the skills and experiences gained throughout my time at UNB CEL. In fact, I still have the binder in my bookcase at work, having referred to it many times over the years. The HRM program offered a substantive professional development opportunity for me at a critical point in my career, and I will always be grateful for the chance to participate." —Michelle Sawler

Explore your options

Our academic advisors will happily show you the most direct route to your learning goals and provide support along the way.

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Choose from any of our programs to learn relevant and practical skills that you can actually use.


Computers and technology

Human resources

Management and leadership


Occupational health and safety

Project management

Workplace health and wellness

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We've worked hard to bring you a wide selection of programs to help you explore your creativity and connect to others with similar interests.

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To learn more about your registration options, important dates, and fees, please visit our student resources page.

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