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.

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33307 ACAD 100 396 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Sep 4
Dec 6
30005 ACAD 100 397 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Sep 4
Dec 6
30006 ACAD 100 398 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Sep 4
Dec 6
30007 ACAD 100 399 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Sep 4
Dec 6
30024 ADMN 220 S90 Introduction to First Nations Public Administration Sep 4
Dec 6
30025 ADMN 220 S91 Introduction to First Nations Public Administration Sep 4
Dec 6
33172 ADMN 225 S90 First Nations Economic Development Sep 4
Dec 6
33173 ADMN 225 S91 First Nations Economic Development Sep 4
Dec 6
30030 ADMN 228 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Governance Sep 4
Dec 6
30031 ADMN 228 S91 Introduction to Indigenous Governance Sep 4
Dec 6
30040 ADMN 250 S90 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Sep 4
Dec 6
30041 ADMN 250 S91 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Sep 4
Dec 6
30042 ADMN 260 S90 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Sep 4
Dec 6
30043 ADMN 260 S91 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Sep 4
Dec 6
30044 ADMN 261 S90 Introduction to Hospitality, Tourism, and Gaming Entertainment Management Sep 4
Dec 6
30045 ADMN 261 S91 Introduction to Hospitality, Tourism, and Gaming Entertainment Management Sep 4
Dec 6
33505 ANTH 100 305 Introduction to Anthropology Sep 4
Dec 6
33369 ANTH 100 395 Introduction to Anthropology Sep 4
Dec 6
30070 ANTH 100 396 Introduction to Anthropology Sep 4
Dec 6
30071 ANTH 100 397 Introduction to Anthropology Sep 4
Dec 6
30079 ART 100 397 Introduction to Art Sep 4
Dec 6
30136 ARTH 100 397 Introduction to Art History Sep 4
Dec 6
30277 BUS 205 001 Management Communication Sep 4
Dec 6
30283 BUS 205 031 Management Communication Sep 4
Dec 6
30299 BUS 250 003 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Sep 4
Dec 6
30303 BUS 250 033 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Sep 4
Dec 6
33464 CHEM 100 002 Introductory Chemistry Sep 4
Dec 6
30448 CLAS 100 C97 An Introduction to the Civilizations of Greece and Rome Sep 4
Dec 6
30449 CLAS 120 C97 Latin and Greek in Scientific Terminology Sep 4
Dec 6
30460 CREE 100 S90 Elementary Cree I Sep 4
Dec 6
30461 CREE 100 S91 Elementary Cree I Sep 4
Dec 6
30463 CREE 101 S90 Elementary Cree II Sep 4
Dec 6
33335 CTCH 110 310 Introduction to Creative Technologies Sep 4
Dec 6
30634 CTCH 110 397 Introduction to Creative Technologies Sep 4
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30635 CTCH 110 398 Introduction to Creative Technologies Sep 4
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30637 CTCH 113 397 Introduction to Digital Studio Tools Sep 4
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33171 CTCH 113 398 Introduction to Digital Studio Tools Sep 4
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30638 CTCH 203 397 Introduction to Media and Communication Sep 4
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30640 CTCH 216 397 3D Animation: Art, Social Media Sep 4
Dec 6
30690 EC&I 822 397 Anti-oppressive Education and Teacher Activism Sep 4
Dec 6
30696 EC&I 871AS 397 Concepts of Indigenous Spirituality in Education Sep 4
Dec 6
30705 ECON 100 397 Introduction to Economic Issues Sep 4
Dec 6
30709 ECON 201 397 Introductory Microeconomics Sep 4
Dec 6
30716 ECON 202 397 Introductory Macroeconomics Sep 4
Dec 6
30741 ECS 101 397 Education for Justice: Knowledge, Schooling and Society Sep 4
Dec 6
30741 ECS 101 397 Education for Justice: Knowledge, Schooling and Society Sep 4
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30754 ECS 102 397 Education for Justice: Self and Other Sep 4
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30759 ECS 203 397 Curriculum and Pedagogy 1 Sep 4
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30759 ECS 203 397 Curriculum and Pedagogy 1 Sep 4
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30770 ECS 303 060 Curriculum and Pedagogy 2 Sep 4
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30770 ECS 303 060 Curriculum and Pedagogy 2 Sep 4
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30772 ECS 303 070 Curriculum and Pedagogy 2 Sep 4
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30772 ECS 303 070 Curriculum and Pedagogy 2 Sep 4
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30778 ECSF 210 060 Les Programmes d’études en tant que pratique culturelle et sociale Sep 4
Dec 6
30782 ED 817 S01 Research Methods with Indigenous Peoples Sep 4
Dec 6
33414 EDL 819 397 Organizational Theory in Education Sep 4
Dec 6
33208 EDL 824 397 The Employee Life Cycle in Education Sep 4
Dec 6
33209 EDL 824 398 The Employee Life Cycle in Education Sep 4
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30822 EDL 829 397 Supporting Indigenous Student Success Sep 4
Dec 6
30868 ELNG 200 020 Multilingualism and the Classroom Sep 4
Dec 6
33507 ENGL 100 305 Critical Reading and Writing I Sep 4
Dec 6
33361 ENGL 100 389 Critical Reading and Writing I Sep 16
Dec 13
33190 ENGL 100 391 Critical Reading and Writing I Sep 4
Dec 6
31091 ENGL 100 394 Critical Reading and Writing I Sep 4
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33248 ENGL 100 395 Critical Reading and Writing I Sep 16
Dec 13
31092 ENGL 100 396 Critical Reading and Writing I Sep 4
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31093 ENGL 100 397 Critical Reading and Writing I Sep 4
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31094 ENGL 100 398 Critical Reading and Writing I Sep 4
Dec 6
31095 ENGL 100 399 Critical Reading and Writing I Sep 4
Dec 6
31169 ENGL 386AL C97 Health, Trauma, and Loss Sep 4
Dec 6
31309 ENVS 100 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Environmental Science Sep 4
Dec 6
31324 EPSY 322 S90 Students with Exceptional Needs in the Inclusive Classroom Sep 4
Dec 6
31395 FRN 100 397 Discovery I / Découverte I Sep 4
Dec 6
31403 FRN 101 397 Discovery II / Découverte II Sep 4
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31410 FRN 201 397 Exploration II / Exploration II Sep 4
Dec 6
31491 GES 100 397 World Regional Geography Sep 4
Dec 6
31541 HIST 113 397 Issues in Canadian History Sep 4
Dec 6
31547 HIST 225 397 Tudor and Stuart Britain Sep 4
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31550 HIST 270 L98 Europe, 1400-1648: Renaissance and Reformation Sep 4
Dec 6
31568 HMH 170 C97 Intro Health and Medical Hum Sep 4
Dec 6
31569 HMH 370 C97 Applications in the Health and Medical Humanities Sep 4
Dec 6
31579 ILP 100 S90 Introduction to Intercultural Leadership Sep 4
Dec 6
31580 ILP 100 S91 Introduction to Intercultural Leadership Sep 4
Dec 6
31581 ILP 100 S92 Introduction to Intercultural Leadership Sep 4
Dec 6
33402 INAH 100 S14 An Introductory Survey of North American Indigenous Art Sep 4
Dec 6
33455 INAH 100 S23 An Introductory Survey of North American Indigenous Art Sep 4
Dec 6
31633 INDG 100 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Studies Sep 4
Dec 6
31634 INDG 100 S91 Introduction to Indigenous Studies Sep 4
Dec 6
31647 INDG 201 S90 Introduction to Contemporary Indigenous Issues Sep 4
Dec 6
31648 INDG 201 S91 Introduction to Contemporary Indigenous Issues Sep 4
Dec 6
31659 INDG 228 S90 Indigenous History Within Canada: Eastern Canada Sep 4
Dec 6
31660 INDG 232 S90 Principles of Indigenous Spirituality Sep 4
Dec 6
31667 INDG 260 S90 History of Residential Schools in Canada Sep 4
Dec 6
31668 INDG 260 S91 History of Residential Schools in Canada Sep 4
Dec 6
31669 INDG 260 S92 History of Residential Schools in Canada Sep 4
Dec 6
31670 INDG 262 S90 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada Sep 4
Dec 6
31671 INDG 262 S91 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada Sep 4
Dec 6
31672 INDG 262 S92 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada Sep 4
Dec 6
33203 INDG 325 S90 The Indian Act Sep 4
Dec 6
33204 INDG 496AA S90 Aboriginal Spirituality in Modern Contexts Sep 4
Dec 6
31686 INHS 100 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I Sep 4
Dec 6
31687 INHS 100 S91 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I Sep 4
Dec 6
31688 INHS 100 S92 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I Sep 4
Dec 6
31689 INHS 100 S93 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I Sep 4
Dec 6
31690 INHS 101 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies II Sep 4
Dec 6
31694 INHS 210 S90 Contemporary Issues in Indigenous Health Sep 4
Dec 6
33465 INHS 210 S91 Contemporary Issues in Indigenous Health Sep 4
Dec 6
31699 INSW 200 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Social Work Sep 4
Dec 6
33220 INSW 403 S90 Indigenous Perspectives on Death, Dying, Loss and Grief Sep 4
Dec 6
31729 INSW 451 S90 Indigenous Approach to Social Work Research Sep 4
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31731 INSW 469 S90 Indigenous Perspective on Social Policy Sep 4
Dec 6
31732 INSW 495AC S90 Reconciliation and Indigenous Child Welfare Sep 4
Dec 6
31752 JAPN 112 397 Introductory Japanese II Sep 4
Dec 6
31778 JS 415 397 Program Evaluation Sep 4
Dec 6
31789 JSGS 812 397 Indigenous Health Policy Sep 4
Dec 6
31790 JSGS 817 397 Health Policy Sep 4
Dec 6
31791 JSGS 827 397 Health Care Organizations and Administration Sep 4
Dec 6
31792 JSGS 829 397 Decision Making and Leadership in Healthcare Organizations Sep 4
Dec 6
31793 JSGS 833 397 Performance Measurement in Health Care Organizations Sep 4
Dec 6
31794 JSGS 837 397 Health Economics Sep 4
Dec 6
31796 JSGS 841 397 Health Law and Policy Sep 4
Dec 6
31799 JSGS 879 001 The Management of Technology Sep 4
Dec 6
31800 JSGS 884 001 Professional Planning Sep 4
Dec 6
31802 JSGS 887 397 Clinical Terminologies and Classification Systems Sep 4
Dec 6
31804 JSGS 893 001 Foundations of Indigenous Governance Sep 4
Dec 6
31804 JSGS 893 001 Foundations of Indigenous Governance Sep 4
Dec 6
31893 KIN 241 397 Social Construction of Disability Sep 4
Dec 6
31902 KIN 262 397 Human Anatomy and Physiology II Sep 4
Dec 6
31906 KIN 268 397 Human Physiology ll Sep 4
Dec 6
31909 KIN 278 397 Introduction to Health Promotion Sep 4
Dec 6
31945 LG 200 397 Local Government Authority in Saskatchewan Sep 4
Dec 6
33278 LG 200 398 Local Government Authority in Saskatchewan Sep 4
Dec 6
31946 LG 202 397 Local Government Legislation and Statute Law Sep 4
Dec 6
31947 LG 204 397 Basic Accounting Practices Sep 4
Dec 6
33279 LG 204 398 Basic Accounting Practices Sep 4
Dec 6
31948 LG 206 397 Local Government Accounting Sep 4
Dec 6
31949 LG 208AA 397 Local Government Management Practices Sep 4
Dec 6
33508 MATH 101 305 Introductory Finite Mathematics I Sep 4
Dec 6
31974 MATH 101 397 Introductory Finite Mathematics I Sep 4
Dec 6
32168 NSLI 100 L01 Foundations of the Nonprofit Sector Sep 4
Dec 6
32213 PHYS 119 S90 General Physics II Sep 4
Dec 6
32215 PHYS 140 397 Physics of Energy and the Environment Sep 4
Dec 6
32244 PMTH 092 397 Intermediate Algebra II Sep 4
Dec 6
32245 PR 100 397 Foundations of Public Relations Sep 4
Dec 6
33280 PR 100 398 Foundations of Public Relations Sep 4
Dec 6
32246 PR 101 397 Writing and Editing for Public Relations Sep 4
Dec 6
32247 PR 200 397 Strategic Communication Planning Sep 4
Dec 6
32248 PR 201 397 Communications Tools and Techniques Sep 4
Dec 6
32249 PR 205 397 Social Responsibility and Ethics Sep 4
Dec 6
32251 PSCI 100 397 People, Power and Politics: An Introduction Sep 4
Dec 6
32255 PSCI 230 397 Power and Politics in Canada Sep 4
Dec 6
32281 PSYC 101 397 Introductory Psychology: Social, Developmental, and Clinical Focus Sep 4
Dec 6
32288 PSYC 102 C97 Introductory Psychology: Biological and Cognitive Focus Sep 4
Dec 6
32290 PSYC 204 397 Research Methods in Psychology Sep 4
Dec 6
32293 PSYC 210 C97 Lifespan Developmental Psychology Sep 4
Dec 6
32297 PSYC 230 397 Personality Psychology Sep 4
Dec 6
32300 PSYC 255 397 Biological Foundations of Behaviour Sep 4
Dec 6
32301 PSYC 270 397 Human Information Processing Sep 4
Dec 6
32308 PSYC 356 397 Human Neuropsychology Sep 4
Dec 6
32380 SOC 100 397 Introduction to Sociology Sep 4
Dec 6
32390 SOC 208 397 Inequality and Social Justice Sep 4
Dec 6
32393 SOC 214 397 Sociology of Indigenous People in Canada Sep 4
Dec 6
32414 SOST 110 397 Introduction to Mass Media Sep 4
Dec 6
32451 SRS 241 397 Social Construction of Disability Sep 4
Dec 6
32521 SW 202 397 Critical Issues/Critical Thought Sep 4
Dec 6
32524 SW 346 397 Social Work Practice I Sep 4
Dec 6
32525 SW 346 398 Social Work Practice I Sep 4
Dec 6
32552 SW 451 008 Social Work Research Sep 4
Dec 6
32557 SW 469 397 Social Policy Sep 4
Dec 6
32558 SW 469 398 Social Policy Sep 4
Dec 6
33425 WGST 100 396 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies Sep 4
Dec 6
32673 WGST 200 397 Feminisms: Feminist Theories and Knowledge Sep 4
Dec 6