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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33792 ACAD 100 396 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Sep 25
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30005 ACAD 100 397 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Aug 30
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30006 ACAD 100 398 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Aug 30
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30007 ACAD 100 399 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Aug 30
Dec 5
33247 ADMN 203 S90 Comparative Management Aug 30
Dec 5
33248 ADMN 203 S91 Comparative Management Aug 30
Dec 5
33662 ADMN 225 S43 First Nations Economic Development Aug 30
Dec 5
30024 ADMN 225 S90 First Nations Economic Development Aug 30
Dec 5
30025 ADMN 225 S91 First Nations Economic Development Aug 30
Dec 5
33663 ADMN 228 S43 Introduction to Indigenous Governance Aug 30
Dec 5
30026 ADMN 228 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Governance Aug 30
Dec 5
30027 ADMN 228 S91 Introduction to Indigenous Governance Aug 30
Dec 5
33667 ADMN 261 S43 Introduction to Hospitality, Tourism, and Gaming Entertainment Management Aug 30
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33458 ADMN 261 S90 Introduction to Hospitality, Tourism, and Gaming Entertainment Management Aug 30
Dec 5
33457 ADMN 261 S91 Introduction to Hospitality, Tourism, and Gaming Entertainment Management Aug 30
Dec 5
30058 ANTH 100 397 Introduction to Anthropology Aug 30
Dec 5
33595 ANTH 100 398 Introduction to Anthropology Aug 30
Dec 5
30067 ART 100 397 Introduction to Art Aug 30
Dec 5
33383 ART 100 398 Introduction to Art Aug 30
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30068 ART 220 397 Two-Dimensional Form Aug 30
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30124 ARTH 100 397 Introduction to Art History Aug 30
Dec 5
30265 BUS 100 397 Introduction to Business Aug 30
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30266 BUS 100 398 Introduction to Business Aug 30
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30277 BUS 205 397 Management Communication Aug 30
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30278 BUS 205 398 Management Communication Aug 30
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30295 BUS 250 397 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Aug 30
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30296 BUS 250 398 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Aug 30
Dec 5
33238 BUS 260 395 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Aug 30
Dec 5
33239 BUS 260 396 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Aug 30
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30307 BUS 260 397 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Aug 30
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30308 BUS 260 398 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Aug 30
Dec 5
30385 CCE 099 001 Academic Integrity and Strategies for Success Aug 30
Dec 5
30449 CLAS 100 C97 An Introduction to the Civilizations of Greece and Rome Aug 30
Dec 5
30450 CLAS 120 C97 Latin and Greek in Scientific Terminology Aug 30
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30658 CREE 100 S90 Elementary Cree I Aug 30
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30659 CREE 100 S91 Elementary Cree I Aug 30
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30661 CREE 101 S90 Elementary Cree II Aug 30
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30846 CTCH 110 001 Introduction to Creative Technologies Aug 30
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33455 CTCH 110 398 Introduction to Creative Technologies Aug 30
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30848 CTCH 113 397 Introduction to Digital Studio Tools Aug 30
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33594 CTCH 113 398 Introduction to Digital Studio Tools Aug 30
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30852 CTCH 210AB 397 3D Animation: Art, Social Media Aug 30
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30900 EC&I 804 001 Curriculum Development Aug 30
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30903 EC&I 821 397 The Impacts of Cultural Concepts on the Design of Aboriginal Education Programs Aug 30
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30904 EC&I 821 398 The Impacts of Cultural Concepts on the Design of Aboriginal Education Programs Aug 30
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30905 EC&I 822 397 Anti-oppressive Education and Teacher Activism Aug 30
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30905 EC&I 822 397 Anti-oppressive Education and Teacher Activism Aug 30
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30906 EC&I 832 397 Digital Citizenship and Media Literacies Aug 30
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30906 EC&I 832 397 Digital Citizenship and Media Literacies Aug 30
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30907 EC&I 832 398 Digital Citizenship and Media Literacies Aug 30
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30907 EC&I 832 398 Digital Citizenship and Media Literacies Aug 30
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30908 EC&I 854 397 Social & Political Issues in Second Language Education Aug 30
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30908 EC&I 854 397 Social & Political Issues in Second Language Education Aug 30
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30910 EC&I 871AS 397 Concepts of Indigenous Spirituality in Education Aug 30
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30911 EC&I 871AS 398 Concepts of Indigenous Spirituality in Education Aug 30
Dec 5
30912 EC&I 871AU 397 Contemporary Curriculum Issues in Health Education Aug 30
Dec 5
30917 ECE 200 397 Teaching and Learning in Pre-K to 5 Aug 30
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30921 ECON 100 397 Introduction to Economic Issues Aug 30
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30926 ECON 201 397 Introductory Microeconomics Aug 30
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30957 ECS 101 397 Education for Justice: Knowledge, Schooling and Society Aug 30
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30957 ECS 101 397 Education for Justice: Knowledge, Schooling and Society Aug 30
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30970 ECS 102 397 Education for Justice: Self and Other Aug 30
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30975 ECS 203 397 Curriculum and Pedagogy 1 Aug 30
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33367 ECS 303 052 Curriculum and Pedagogy 2 Aug 30
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33367 ECS 303 052 Curriculum and Pedagogy 2 Aug 30
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33253 ECS 303 397 Curriculum and Pedagogy 2 Aug 30
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33253 ECS 303 397 Curriculum and Pedagogy 2 Aug 30
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31001 ED 800 397 Intro to Education Research Aug 30
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31001 ED 800 397 Intro to Education Research Aug 30
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31002 ED 817 S01 Research Methods with Indigenous Peoples Aug 30
Aug 30
31002 ED 817 S01 Research Methods with Indigenous Peoples Aug 30
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31044 EDL 823 397 Labour Relations and Labour Law in Education Aug 30
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33202 EDL 829 397 Supporting Indigenous Student Success Aug 30
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31048 EDTC 300 397 Introduction to Educational Technology and Media Aug 30
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31048 EDTC 300 397 Introduction to Educational Technology and Media Aug 30
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31088 ELNG 200 020 Multilingualism and the Classroom Aug 30
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31373 ENGL 110 396 Critical Reading and Writing II Aug 30
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31374 ENGL 110 397 Critical Reading and Writing II Aug 30
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31403 ENGL 386AL C97 Health, Trauma, and Loss Aug 30
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31550 ENVS 100 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Environmental Science Aug 30
Dec 5
31569 EPSY 322 S90 Students with Exceptional Needs in the Inclusive Classroom Aug 30
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33189 FILM 210 397 Introduction to Screenwriting Aug 30
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31650 FRN 100 397 Discovery I / Découverte I Aug 30
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31658 FRN 101 397 Discovery II / Découverte II Aug 30
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31665 FRN 201 397 Exploration II / Exploration II Aug 30
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31742 GES 100 397 World Regional Geography Aug 30
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31748 GES 121 397 Physical Geography Aug 30
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31749 GES 121 398 Physical Geography Aug 30
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31751 GES 203 397 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems Aug 30
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31789 HIST 113 397 Issues in Canadian History Aug 30
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31791 HIST 115 397 Issues in European History Aug 30
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31799 HIST 270 L98 Europe, 1400-1648: Renaissance and Reformation Aug 30
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31821 HUM 170 C97 Introduction to Health and Medical Humanities Aug 30
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31822 HUM 270 C97 Foundations in the Health and Medical Humanities Aug 30
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31825 ILP 100 S90 Introduction to Intercultural Leadership Aug 30
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31826 ILP 100 S91 Introduction to Intercultural Leadership Aug 30
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31827 ILP 100 S92 Introduction to Intercultural Leadership Aug 30
Dec 5
33445 INDG 100 S15 Introduction to Indigenous Studies Aug 30
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31871 INDG 100 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Studies Aug 30
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31884 INDG 201 S90 Introduction to Contemporary Indigenous Issues Aug 30
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31898 INDG 228 S90 Indigenous History Within Canada: Eastern Canada Aug 30
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31899 INDG 232 S90 Principles of Indigenous Spirituality Aug 30
Dec 5
31903 INDG 260 S90 History of Residential Schools in Canada Aug 30
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31904 INDG 260 S91 History of Residential Schools in Canada Aug 30
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31905 INDG 260 S92 History of Residential Schools in Canada Aug 30
Dec 5
31906 INDG 262 S90 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada Aug 30
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31907 INDG 262 S91 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada Aug 30
Dec 5
31908 INDG 262 S92 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada Aug 30
Dec 5
31917 INHS 100 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I Aug 30
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31918 INHS 100 S91 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I Aug 30
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33261 INHS 100 S92 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I Aug 30
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33454 INHS 100 S93 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I Aug 30
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31919 INHS 101 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies II Aug 30
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31923 INHS 210 S90 Contemporary Issues in Indigenous Health Aug 30
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31929 INSW 200 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Social Work Aug 30
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33196 INSW 403 S90 Indigenous Perspectives on Death, Dying, Loss and Grief Aug 30
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33198 INSW 437 S90 Indigenous Social Work with Families Aug 30
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31950 INSW 451 S90 Indigenous Approach to Social Work Research Aug 30
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31953 INSW 469 S90 Indigenous Perspective on Social Policy Aug 30
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33199 INSW 495AC S97 Reconciliation and Indigenous Child Welfare Aug 30
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33200 INSW 495AE S90 Trauma Informed Practice from an Indigenous Perspective Aug 30
Dec 5
31973 JAPN 111 397 Introductory Japanese I Aug 30
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31999 JS 490 397 Practicum ll (Advanced): Field Placement Aug 30
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32000 JS 490 398 Practicum ll (Advanced): Field Placement Aug 30
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32003 JSGS 812 397 Indigenous Health Policy Aug 30
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32004 JSGS 817 397 Health Policy Aug 30
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32005 JSGS 827 397 Health Care Organizations and Administration Aug 30
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32006 JSGS 829 397 Decision Making and Leadership in Healthcare Organizations Aug 30
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32007 JSGS 833 397 Performance Measurement in Health Care Organizations Aug 30
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32008 JSGS 837 397 Health Economics Aug 30
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32009 JSGS 841 397 Health Law and Policy Aug 30
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32011 JSGS 887 397 Clinical Terminologies and Classification Systems Aug 30
Dec 5
32097 KIN 170 397 Lifestyle, Health and Wellness Aug 30
Dec 5
32098 KIN 180 397 Lifespan Growth and Motor Development Aug 30
Dec 5
32099 KIN 241 397 Social Construction of Disability Aug 30
Dec 5
32105 KIN 260 397 Human Anatomy Aug 30
Dec 5
32106 KIN 262 397 Human Anatomy and Physiology II Aug 30
Dec 5
32110 KIN 268 397 Human Physiology ll Aug 30
Dec 5
32111 KIN 269 397 Exercise Physiology Aug 30
Dec 5
32114 KIN 278 397 Introduction to Health Promotion Aug 30
Dec 5
32115 KIN 280 397 Motor Learning and Control Aug 30
Dec 5
32153 LG 200 397 Local Government Authority in Saskatchewan Aug 30
Dec 5
32154 LG 202 397 Local Government Legislation and Statute Law Aug 30
Dec 5
32155 LG 204 397 Basic Accounting Practices Aug 30
Aug 30
32155 LG 204 397 Basic Accounting Practices Aug 30
Dec 5
32156 LG 206 397 Local Government Accounting Aug 30
Dec 5
32157 LG 208AA 397 Local Government Management Practices Aug 30
Dec 5
32176 MAP 209 001 Decolonization and the Arts Aug 30
Dec 5
32183 MATH 101 397 Introductory Finite Mathematics I Aug 30
Dec 5
32299 MU 319 397 Music Cultures of the World Aug 30
Dec 5
32359 NSLI 100 L01 Foundations of the Nonprofit Sector Aug 30
Dec 5
32402 PHYS 119 S90 General Physics II Aug 30
Dec 5
32403 PHYS 119 S91 General Physics II Aug 30
Dec 5
32404 PHYS 140 397 Physics of Energy and the Environment Aug 30
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33648 PMTH 091 S19 Intermediate Algebra I Aug 30
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32432 PMTH 092 397 Intermediate Algebra II Aug 30
Dec 5
32434 PR 100 397 Foundations of Public Relations Aug 30
Dec 5
32435 PR 101 397 Writing and Editing for Public Relations Aug 30
Dec 5
32436 PR 200 397 Strategic Communication Planning Aug 30
Dec 5
32437 PR 201 397 Communications Tools and Techniques Aug 30
Dec 5
32438 PR 203 397 Media Relations Aug 30
Dec 5
32440 PSCI 100 397 People, Power and Politics: An Introduction Aug 30
Dec 5
32441 PSCI 210 C97 Introduction to Political Thought Aug 30
Dec 5
32443 PSCI 230 397 Power and Politics in Canada Aug 30
Dec 5
32464 PSYC 101 397 Introductory Psychology: Social, Developmental, and Clinical Focus Aug 30
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32475 PSYC 102 C97 Introductory Psychology: Biological and Cognitive Focus Aug 30
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32479 PSYC 210 C97 Lifespan Developmental Psychology Aug 30
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33171 PSYC 230 397 Personality Psychology Aug 30
Dec 5
32485 PSYC 255 397 Biological Foundations of Behaviour Aug 30
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32490 PSYC 310 C97 Child Development Aug 30
Dec 5
32493 PSYC 321 L98 Forensic Psychology Aug 30
Dec 5
32499 PSYC 356 397 Human Neuropsychology Aug 30
Dec 5
32561 RLST 268 397 Cults or New Religious Movements Aug 30
Dec 5
32573 SOC 100 397 Introduction to Sociology Aug 30
Dec 5
33593 SOC 100 398 Introduction to Sociology Aug 30
Dec 5
32577 SOC 207 397 The "Nature/Nurture" Controversy Aug 30
Dec 5
32580 SOC 214 397 Sociology of Indigenous People in Canada Aug 30
Dec 5
32581 SOC 215 397 Sociology of Crime and Criminal Justice Aug 30
Dec 5
32586 SOC 218 397 Sociology of Hockey in Canada Aug 30
Dec 5
32590 SOC 299 397 Sociology of Mental Illness Aug 30
Dec 5
32606 SOST 110 397 Introduction to Mass Media Aug 30
Dec 5
32648 SRS 241 397 Social Construction of Disability Aug 30
Dec 5
32714 SW 202 397 Critical Issues/Critical Thought Aug 30
Dec 5
32718 SW 346 397 Social Work Practice I Aug 30
Aug 30
32718 SW 346 397 Social Work Practice I Aug 30
Dec 5
32719 SW 346 398 Social Work Practice I Aug 30
Aug 30
32719 SW 346 398 Social Work Practice I Aug 30
Dec 5
33156 SW 348 397 Social Work Practicum I Aug 29
Aug 29
33156 SW 348 397 Social Work Practicum I Aug 29
Dec 15
33157 SW 348 398 Social Work Practicum I Aug 29
Aug 29
33157 SW 348 398 Social Work Practicum I Aug 29
Dec 15
32726 SW 350 397 Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice Aug 30
Dec 5
32727 SW 350 398 Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice Aug 30
Dec 5
33165 SW 448 397 Social Work Practicum II Aug 28
Aug 28
33165 SW 448 397 Social Work Practicum II Aug 28
Dec 22
33166 SW 448 398 Social Work Practicum II Aug 28
Aug 28
33166 SW 448 398 Social Work Practicum II Aug 28
Dec 22
32757 SW 469 397 Social Policy Aug 30
Dec 5
32758 SW 469 398 Social Policy Aug 30
Dec 5
32760 SW 470 397 Social Work in Health Settings Aug 30
Dec 5
32761 SW 470 398 Social Work in Health Settings Aug 30
Dec 5
32902 WGST 100 397 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies Aug 30
Dec 5
33681 WGST 100 398 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies Aug 30
Dec 5
32906 WGST 200 397 Feminisms: Feminist Theories and Knowledge Aug 30
Dec 5