Online Courses

What are the benefits of taking online courses?

Online courses give students the flexibility needed to balance work, life and university.

If you live outside Regina, work full- or part-time or have a busy personal life and want to work toward a university program, you can take online courses from anywhere and fit them into your schedule.

You can complete the first two years of a Faculty of Arts degree right at home so you won’t have the expense of moving to Regina.

Save the time it would take to travel back and forth to campus.

What’s it like to take an online course?

Online courses are taught through UR Courses, a learning platform which is the hub for all course lectures, notes, assignments, quizzes, exams, etc. On UR Courses, you will see your course syllabus and due dates while also having interactive capabilities such as discussion forums and a course email tool.

It’s important to be organized and stay on track with online courses, so make sure to add all of your assignment dates to your calendar.

If you need help with your course work, your professor is available just like a face-to-face course, but through email, phone or virtual office hours. And, if you have any technical issues, we’re here to help at ur.online@uregina.ca.

Sample Online Course - take a look at the online course interface. 

Getting Started Guide - here's a resource with valuable information to start with.

CRNCourseSecTitleInstructorDates
10004 ACAD 100 397 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Lori Walker Jan 4
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10005 ACAD 100 398 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Lori Walker Jan 4
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10006 ACAD 100 399 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Lori Walker Jan 4
Apr 11
10019 ADMN 100 S90 Introduction to Administration Timothy Isnana Jan 4
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10020 ADMN 100 S91 Introduction to Administration Timothy Isnana Jan 4
Apr 11
13051 ANTH 100 395 Introduction to Anthropology STAFF Feb 1
Apr 28
13052 ANTH 100 396 Introduction to Anthropology STAFF Feb 1
Apr 28
10072 ANTH 100 397 Introduction to Anthropology Charisma Thomson Jan 4
Apr 11
10078 ART 100 397 Introduction to Art David Garneau Jan 4
Apr 11
10083 ART 230 397 Introduction to Drawing STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
10138 ASTR 101 C97 Introduction to Astronomy Samantha Lawler Jan 4
Apr 11
13339 BIOL 140 395 Human Biology for Non-majors STAFF Feb 1
Apr 28
13340 BIOL 140 396 Human Biology for Non-majors STAFF Feb 1
Apr 28
10190 BIOL 140 L98 Human Biology for Non-majors STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
10190 BIOL 140 L98 Human Biology for Non-majors STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
10191 BIOL 140 L99 Human Biology for Non-majors STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
10191 BIOL 140 L99 Human Biology for Non-majors STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
10263 BUS 100 397 Introduction to Business Lee Elliott Jan 4
Apr 11
10264 BUS 100 398 Introduction to Business Lee Elliott Jan 4
Apr 11
10277 BUS 205 397 Management Communication Paul Sinclair Jan 4
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10278 BUS 205 398 Management Communication Paul Sinclair Jan 4
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10291 BUS 250 397 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Sandra Steen Jan 4
Apr 11
10292 BUS 250 398 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Sandra Steen Jan 4
Apr 11
10301 BUS 260 397 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Nadine Milne Jan 4
Apr 11
10302 BUS 260 398 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Nadine Milne Jan 4
Apr 11
10376 CCE 099 001 Academic Integrity and Strategies for Success Rania Magdalwya Jan 4
Apr 11
10648 CREE 100 S90 Elementary Cree I STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
10649 CREE 100 S91 Elementary Cree I STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
10654 CREE 101 S90 Elementary Cree II STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
10814 CTCH 113 397 Introduction to Digital Studio Tools STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
10816 CTCH 210AB 397 3D Animation: Art, Social Media STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
10866 EC&I 804 397 Curriculum Development Kathleen Nolan Jan 4
Jan 4
10866 EC&I 804 397 Curriculum Development Kathleen Nolan Jan 4
Apr 11
10868 EC&I 821 397 The Impacts of Cultural Concepts on the Design of Aboriginal Education Programs STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
10870 EC&I 830 397 Contemporary Issues in Educational Technology Alec Couros Jan 4
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10870 EC&I 830 397 Contemporary Issues in Educational Technology Alec Couros Jan 4
Apr 11
10871 EC&I 830 398 Contemporary Issues in Educational Technology Alec Couros Jan 4
Apr 11
10871 EC&I 830 398 Contemporary Issues in Educational Technology Alec Couros Jan 4
Apr 11
10891 ECE 325 397 Experiential Learning for Young Children D. Massing Jan 4
Apr 11
10895 ECON 100 397 Introduction to Economic Issues STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
10896 ECON 100 398 Introduction to Economic Issues STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
10909 ECON 253 397 Economic Issues in the Canadian Health Care System Harminder Guliani Jan 4
Apr 11
10933 ECS 101 397 Education for Justice: Knowledge, Schooling and Society Julie Machnaik Jan 4
Apr 11
10934 ECS 101 398 Education for Justice: Knowledge, Schooling and Society Julie Machnaik Jan 4
Apr 11
10944 ECS 102 397 Education for Justice: Self and Other Alison Molina Girón Jan 4
Apr 11
10950 ECS 203 397 Curriculum and Pedagogy 1 Alison Molina Girón Jan 4
Apr 11
10998 EDL 824 397 The Employee Life Cycle in Education Donna Swapp Jan 4
Apr 11
10999 EDL 824 398 The Employee Life Cycle in Education Donna Swapp Jan 4
Apr 11
11000 EDL 825 397 Learning and Assessment Leadership Donna Swapp Jan 4
Apr 11
11032 EIND 205 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Education Esther-Kathleen O'Reilly Jan 4
Apr 11
11256 ENGL 100 391 Critical Reading and Writing I STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
11257 ENGL 100 392 Critical Reading and Writing I STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
13362 ENGL 100 394 Critical Reading and Writing I STAFF Feb 1
May 12
13363 ENGL 100 395 Critical Reading and Writing I STAFF Feb 1
May 12
11258 ENGL 100 396 Critical Reading and Writing I STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
11259 ENGL 100 397 Critical Reading and Writing I STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
11260 ENGL 100 398 Critical Reading and Writing I STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
11261 ENGL 100 399 Critical Reading and Writing I STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
11287 ENGL 110 396 Critical Reading and Writing II STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
11288 ENGL 110 397 Critical Reading and Writing II STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
11289 ENGL 110 398 Critical Reading and Writing II STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
11492 ENVS 200 S90 Indigenous Environmental Law Jillian Smith Jan 4
Apr 11
11603 FRN 100 397 Discovery I / Découverte I STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
11611 FRN 101 397 Discovery II / Découverte II STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
11618 FRN 201 397 Exploration II / Exploration II STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
11707 GES 327 397 Hydrology STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
11740 HIST 113 397 Issues in Canadian History George Hoffman Jan 4
Apr 11
11765 HS 200 397 Understanding Health and Illness Katya Herman Jan 4
Apr 11
11790 INAH 100 S90 An Introductory Survey of North American Indian Art Barbara Meneley Jan 4
Apr 11
11804 INDG 100 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Studies Leta Kingfisher Jan 4
Apr 11
13221 INDG 228 S90 Indigenous History Within Canada: Eastern Canada Shane Keepness Jan 4
Apr 11
11817 INDG 229 S90 Indigenous History Within Canada: Western Canada Miriam McNab Jan 4
Apr 11
13222 INDG 260 S90 History of Residential Schools in Canada STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
13223 INDG 260 S91 History of Residential Schools in Canada STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
13224 INDG 260 S92 History of Residential Schools in Canada STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
13225 INDG 262 S90 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
13226 INDG 262 S91 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
13227 INDG 262 S92 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
13228 INDG 332 S90 Applications of Indigenous Spirituality Alexander Stonechild Jan 4
Apr 11
11849 INHS 100 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I Cassandra Opikokew Wajuntah Jan 4
Apr 11
11850 INHS 100 S91 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I Cassandra Opikokew Wajuntah Jan 4
Apr 11
11855 INHS 210 S90 Contemporary Issues in Indigenous Health STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
11858 INHS 300 S90 Community-Based Indigenous Health Research Methods Brenda Green Jan 4
Apr 11
11859 INSW 200 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Social Work Jason Albert Jan 4
Apr 11
13205 INSW 437 S90 Indigenous Social Work with Families STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
11886 INSW 451 S90 Indigenous Approach to Social Work Research Tara Turner Jan 4
Apr 11
11890 INSW 469 S90 Indigenous Perspective on Social Policy Jason Albert Jan 4
Apr 11
11892 INSW 495AE S90 Trauma Informed Practice from an Indigenous Perspective Susannah Walker Jan 4
Apr 11
11910 JAPN 111 992 Introductory Japanese I STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
11943 JS 100 397 Introduction to Justice Heather Nord Jan 4
Apr 11
11952 JS 319 397 Criminological Theories STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
11956 JS 381 397 Foundations of Human Rights STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
11957 JS 443 397 Police Organization, Administration & Leadership in Canada Richard Ruddell Jan 4
Apr 11
11961 JS 490 397 Practicum ll (Advanced): Field Placement STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
11962 JS 490 398 Practicum ll (Advanced): Field Placement STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
13124 JSGS 811 001 Foundations of the Nonprofit Sector Iryna Khovrenkov Jan 9
Apr 6
11966 JSGS 814 397 Biostatistics for Public Health Iryna Khovrenkov Jan 4
Apr 11
11967 JSGS 824 397 Health Program Planning and Evaluation Iryna Khovrenkov Jan 4
Apr 11
11968 JSGS 826 397 Human Resources Management in Healthcare Iryna Khovrenkov Jan 4
Apr 11
11969 JSGS 827 397 Health Care Organizations and Administration Iryna Khovrenkov Jan 4
Apr 11
11970 JSGS 832 397 Population Based Health Program Management Akram Khayatzadeh-Mahani Jan 4
Apr 11
11971 JSGS 834 397 Financial Management of Health Care Organizations Iryna Khovrenkov Jan 4
Apr 11
11972 JSGS 856 397 Health Information Privacy Policy Ramona Kyabaggu Jan 4
Apr 11
11973 JSGS 858 397 Enterprise Information Management Ramona Kyabaggu Jan 4
Apr 11
12030 KIN 110 397 Sociology of Sport, Recreation and Physical Activity STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12031 KIN 115 397 Introduction to Sport and Exercise Psychology Kim Dorsch Jan 4
Apr 11
12036 KIN 120 397 Rec - Persons with Disabilities STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12040 KIN 170 397 Lifestyle, Health and Wellness STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12073 KIN 261 395 Human Anatomy and Physiology I STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12074 KIN 261 396 Human Anatomy and Physiology I STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12075 KIN 261 397 Human Anatomy and Physiology I STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12076 KIN 267 397 Human Physiology l Barclay Dahlstrom Jan 4
Apr 11
12083 KIN 275 397 Introduction to Nutrition Darren Candow Jan 4
Apr 11
13237 KIN 342 397 Developmental Disability and Well Being Brenda Rossow-Kimball Jan 4
Apr 11
12118 LG 200 397 Local Government Authority in Saskatchewan Kenneth Kolb Jan 4
Apr 11
12119 LG 202 397 Local Government Legislation and Statute Law Ronald Laird Jan 4
Apr 11
12120 LG 204 397 Basic Accounting Practices Corey Hadden Jan 4
Jan 4
12120 LG 204 397 Basic Accounting Practices Corey Hadden Jan 4
Apr 11
12121 LG 206 397 Local Government Accounting Steven Brown Jan 4
Apr 11
12122 LG 208AA 397 Local Government Management Practices Kenneth Kolb Jan 4
Apr 11
12135 MAP 200AF 397 Visual Imaging: Looking Through the Lens STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12137 MAP 200AL 397 Decolonization and the Arts STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
13229 MATH 101 397 Introductory Finite Mathematics I STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12154 MATH 110 002 Calculus I Donald Stanley Jan 4
Apr 11
12156 MATH 110 020 Calculus I STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12246 MU 100 397 Introduction to Music STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12332 PHIL 100 397 Introduction to Philosophy Eric Hanna Jan 4
Apr 11
12357 PHYS 109 091 General Physics I STAFF Jan 9
Apr 11
12364 PHYS 109 S90 General Physics I Arzu Sardarli Jan 4
Apr 11
12403 PMTH 092 397 Intermediate Algebra II Douglas Farenick Jan 4
Apr 11
12412 PR 100 397 Foundations of Public Relations Kenneth Bell Jan 4
Apr 11
12413 PR 101 397 Writing and Editing for Public Relations Kenneth Bell Jan 4
Apr 11
12414 PR 200 397 Strategic Communication Planning Joseph Couture Jan 4
Apr 11
12415 PR 201 397 Communications Tools and Techniques Kenneth Bell Jan 4
Apr 11
12416 PR 203 397 Media Relations Dale Johnson Jan 4
Apr 11
12418 PSCI 100 397 People, Power and Politics: An Introduction STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12419 PSCI 210 397 Introduction to Political Thought STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12422 PSCI 240 397 World Politics Martin Hewson Jan 4
Apr 11
12461 PSYC 102 C97 Introductory Psychology: Biological and Cognitive Focus Jill Findlay Jan 4
Apr 11
12472 PSYC 220 C97 Social Psychology Susan Yamamoto Jan 4
Apr 11
12473 PSYC 230 397 Personality Psychology STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12477 PSYC 255 397 Biological Foundations of Behaviour Laurie Sykes Tottenham Jan 4
Apr 11
12561 RLST 228 L98 Christianity Michelle Wagner Jan 4
Apr 11
12563 RLST 268 397 Cults or New Religious Movements STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12580 SOC 100 396 Introduction to Sociology STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12581 SOC 100 397 Introduction to Sociology Dawn Anderson Jan 4
Apr 11
12584 SOC 201 397 Globalization and Development STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12585 SOC 207 397 The "Nature/Nurture" Controversy James Warren Jan 4
Apr 11
12587 SOC 210 397 Social Structure and Personality STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12590 SOC 214 397 Sociology of Indigenous People in Canada Rob Nestor Jan 4
Apr 11
12592 SOC 222 397 Sociology of Health STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12593 SOC 230 397 Environment and Society James Warren Jan 4
Apr 11
12603 SOC 288 397 Sociology of Addiction Janelle Jackiw Jan 4
Apr 11
12604 SOC 299 397 Sociology of Mental Illness STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12624 SOST 110 397 Introduction to Mass Media STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12653 SRS 120 397 Introduction to Recreation for Persons with Disabilities Douglas Cripps Jan 4
Apr 11
12723 SW 100 397 Foundations in Social Work Jacqueline Fields Jan 4
Apr 11
12741 SW 347 397 Social Work Practice II Jacqueline Fields Jan 4
Apr 11
12742 SW 347 398 Social Work Practice II Jacqueline Fields Jan 4
Apr 11
12759 SW 415 397 Poverty Melissa MacDonald Jan 4
Apr 11
12760 SW 415 398 Poverty Melissa MacDonald Jan 4
Apr 11
12772 SW 451 397 Social Work Research Bonnie Jeffery Jan 4
Apr 11
12773 SW 451 398 Social Work Research Bonnie Jeffery Jan 4
Apr 11
12776 SW 460 397 Ethics in Social Work STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12777 SW 460 398 Ethics in Social Work STAFF Jan 4
Apr 11
12901 WGST 201 397 Women, the Environment and Change STAFF Jan 4
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