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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10004 ACAD 100 397 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Jan 8
Apr 12
10005 ACAD 100 398 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Jan 8
Apr 12
10006 ACAD 100 399 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Jan 8
Apr 12
10018 ADMN 100 S90 Introduction to Administration Jan 8
Apr 12
10019 ADMN 100 S91 Introduction to Administration Jan 8
Apr 12
10024 ADMN 260 S90 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Jan 8
Apr 12
10025 ADMN 260 S91 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Jan 8
Apr 12
10026 ADMN 262 S90 Introduction to the Gaming Industry Jan 8
Apr 12
10027 ADMN 262 S91 Introduction to the Gaming Industry Jan 8
Apr 12
10052 ADMN 352 S90 Negotiations in a First Nations Setting Jan 8
Apr 12
10053 ADMN 352 S91 Negotiations in a First Nations Setting Jan 8
Apr 12
10062 ANTH 100 397 Introduction to Anthropology Jan 8
Apr 12
10069 ART 100 397 Introduction to Art Jan 8
Apr 12
10127 ARTH 100 397 Introduction to Art History Jan 8
Apr 12
10140 ASTR 101 C97 Introduction to Astronomy Jan 8
Apr 12
10184 BIOL 140 310 Human Biology for Non-majors Jan 8
Apr 12
13366 BIOL 140 311 Human Biology for Non-majors Jan 8
Apr 12
10192 BIOL 140 L98 Human Biology for Non-majors Jan 8
Apr 12
10192 BIOL 140 L98 Human Biology for Non-majors Jan 8
Apr 12
10193 BIOL 140 L99 Human Biology for Non-majors Jan 8
Apr 12
10193 BIOL 140 L99 Human Biology for Non-majors Jan 8
Apr 12
10267 BUS 100 397 Introduction to Business Jan 8
Apr 12
10268 BUS 100 398 Introduction to Business Jan 8
Apr 12
10279 BUS 205 397 Management Communication Jan 8
Apr 12
10280 BUS 205 398 Management Communication Jan 8
Apr 12
10293 BUS 250 397 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Jan 8
Apr 12
10294 BUS 250 398 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Jan 8
Apr 12
10303 BUS 260 397 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Jan 8
Apr 12
10304 BUS 260 398 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Jan 8
Apr 12
10374 CCE 099 001 Academic Integrity and Strategies for Success Jan 8
Apr 12
13482 CCE 099 002 Academic Integrity and Strategies for Success Feb 2
May 14
10652 CREE 100 S90 Elementary Cree I Jan 8
Apr 12
10657 CREE 101 S90 Elementary Cree II Jan 8
Apr 12
10825 CTCH 113 397 Introduction to Digital Studio Tools Jan 8
Apr 12
13439 CTCH 113 398 Introduction to Digital Studio Tools Jan 8
Apr 12
10877 EC&I 804 397 Curriculum Development Jan 8
Apr 12
10880 EC&I 821 397 The Impacts of Cultural Concepts on the Design of Aboriginal Education Programs Jan 8
Apr 12
10882 EC&I 833 001 Foundations of Educational Technology: History, Theory, and Practice Jan 8
Apr 12
10882 EC&I 833 001 Foundations of Educational Technology: History, Theory, and Practice Jan 8
Apr 12
13197 EC&I 833 002 Foundations of Educational Technology: History, Theory, and Practice Jan 8
Apr 12
13197 EC&I 833 002 Foundations of Educational Technology: History, Theory, and Practice Jan 8
Apr 12
10883 EC&I 834 001 Designing for Online and Blended Learning Jan 8
Apr 12
10883 EC&I 834 001 Designing for Online and Blended Learning Jan 8
Apr 12
13195 EC&I 834 002 Designing for Online and Blended Learning Jan 8
Apr 12
13195 EC&I 834 002 Designing for Online and Blended Learning Jan 8
Apr 12
10885 EC&I 856 S01 Language & Learning Jan 8
Apr 12
10900 ECE 325 397 Experiential Learning for Young Children Jan 8
Apr 12
10904 ECON 100 397 Introduction to Economic Issues Jan 8
Apr 12
10905 ECON 100 398 Introduction to Economic Issues Jan 8
Apr 12
10918 ECON 253 397 Economic Issues in the Canadian Health Care System Jan 8
Apr 12
10940 ECS 101 397 Education for Justice: Knowledge, Schooling and Society Jan 8
Apr 12
10952 ECS 102 397 Education for Justice: Self and Other Jan 8
Apr 12
10958 ECS 203 397 Curriculum and Pedagogy 1 Jan 8
Apr 12
10958 ECS 203 397 Curriculum and Pedagogy 1 Jan 8
Apr 12
10959 ECS 303 397 Curriculum and Pedagogy 2 Jan 8
Apr 12
10959 ECS 303 397 Curriculum and Pedagogy 2 Jan 8
Apr 12
10962 ECS 310 020 Interprofessional Experiences in Teaching (Secondary Program) Jan 8
Apr 12
11006 EDL 819 397 Organizational Theory in Education Jan 8
Apr 12
13418 EDL 819 991 Organizational Theory in Education Jan 8
Apr 12
11007 EDL 826 397 Leadership Development in Education Jan 8
Apr 12
13198 EDL 826 398 Leadership Development in Education Jan 8
Apr 12
11008 EDL 828 397 Leadership for Inclusive Education Jan 8
Apr 12
11012 EDTC 300 397 Introduction to Educational Technology and Media Jan 8
Apr 12
11013 EDTC 400 397 Advanced Studies in Educational Technology and Media Jan 8
Apr 12
11013 EDTC 400 397 Advanced Studies in Educational Technology and Media Jan 8
Apr 12
11017 EFDN 807 S01 Community Development and Leadership Jan 8
Apr 12
11034 EIND 205 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Education Jan 8
Apr 12
11265 ENGL 100 021 Critical Reading and Writing I Jan 8
Apr 12
11266 ENGL 100 023 Critical Reading and Writing I Jan 8
Apr 12
11273 ENGL 100 391 Critical Reading and Writing I Jan 8
Apr 12
11274 ENGL 100 392 Critical Reading and Writing I Jan 8
Apr 12
11275 ENGL 100 396 Critical Reading and Writing I Jan 8
Apr 12
11276 ENGL 100 397 Critical Reading and Writing I Jan 8
Apr 12
11277 ENGL 100 398 Critical Reading and Writing I Jan 8
Apr 12
11278 ENGL 100 399 Critical Reading and Writing I Jan 8
Apr 12
11526 ENVS 200 S90 Indigenous Environmental Law Jan 8
Apr 12
13593 FRN 100 396 Discovery I / Découverte I Feb 6
May 10
11646 FRN 100 397 Discovery I / Découverte I Jan 8
Apr 12
11654 FRN 101 397 Discovery II / Découverte II Jan 8
Apr 12
11661 FRN 201 397 Exploration II / Exploration II Jan 8
Apr 12
11672 FRN 340AN 397 L'immigration francophone Jan 8
Apr 12
11748 GES 297AB 397 Environment and Society Jan 8
Apr 12
11753 GES 327 397 Hydrology Jan 8
Apr 12
11791 HIST 202 397 Canada from World War II to the Present Jan 8
Apr 12
11798 HIST 322 397 Sex and the City: the Pursuit of Pleasure in Britain since 1500 Jan 8
Apr 12
11799 HIST 330 397 Women in Canadian History Jan 8
Apr 12
11821 ILP 100 S90 Introduction to Intercultural Leadership Jan 8
Apr 12
11822 ILP 100 S91 Introduction to Intercultural Leadership Jan 8
Apr 12
11823 ILP 100 S92 Introduction to Intercultural Leadership Jan 8
Apr 12
11842 INAH 100 S90 An Introductory Survey of North American Indigenous Art Jan 8
Apr 12
11866 INDG 100 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Studies Jan 8
Apr 12
13349 INDG 100 SSK Introduction to Indigenous Studies Jan 8
Apr 12
11879 INDG 228 S90 Indigenous History Within Canada: Eastern Canada Jan 8
Apr 12
11880 INDG 229 S90 Indigenous History Within Canada: Western Canada Jan 8
Apr 12
11887 INDG 260 S90 History of Residential Schools in Canada Jan 8
Apr 12
11888 INDG 260 S91 History of Residential Schools in Canada Jan 8
Apr 12
11889 INDG 260 S92 History of Residential Schools in Canada Jan 8
Apr 12
13441 INDG 260 S93 History of Residential Schools in Canada Jan 8
Apr 12
13442 INDG 260 S94 History of Residential Schools in Canada Jan 8
Apr 12
11890 INDG 262 S90 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada Jan 8
Apr 12
11891 INDG 262 S91 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada Jan 8
Apr 12
11892 INDG 262 S92 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada Jan 8
Apr 12
11899 INDG 332 S90 Applications of Indigenous Spirituality Jan 8
Apr 12
11912 INHS 100 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I Jan 8
Apr 12
11913 INHS 100 S91 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I Jan 8
Apr 12
11925 INHS 300 S90 Community-Based Indigenous Health Research Methods Jan 8
Apr 12
11926 INSW 200 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Social Work Jan 8
Apr 12
11947 INSW 418 S90 Trauma Informed Practice in Indigenous Communities Jan 8
Apr 12
11948 INSW 437 S90 Indigenous Social Work with Families Jan 8
Apr 12
11954 INSW 451 S90 Indigenous Approach to Social Work Research Jan 8
Apr 12
11958 INSW 469 S90 Indigenous Perspective on Social Policy Jan 8
Apr 12
11969 JAPN 111 397 Introductory Japanese I Jan 8
Apr 12
11971 JAPN 111 992 Introductory Japanese I Jan 8
Apr 12
11979 JS 100 397 Introduction to Justice Jan 8
Apr 12
11988 JS 319 397 Criminological Theories Jan 8
Apr 12
11992 JS 443 397 Police Organization, Administration & Leadership in Canada Jan 8
Apr 12
11994 JS 490 397 Practicum ll (Advanced): Field Placement Jan 8
Apr 12
11995 JS 490 398 Practicum ll (Advanced): Field Placement Jan 8
Apr 12
12002 JSGS 811 001 Foundations of the Nonprofit Sector Jan 8
Apr 12
12003 JSGS 814 397 Biostatistics for Public Health Jan 8
Apr 12
12005 JSGS 824 397 Health Program Planning and Evaluation Jan 8
Apr 12
12006 JSGS 826 397 Human Resources Management in Healthcare Jan 8
Apr 12
12007 JSGS 827 397 Health Care Organizations and Administration Jan 8
Apr 12
13331 JSGS 832 397 Population Based Health Program Management Jan 8
Apr 12
12008 JSGS 834 397 Financial Management of Health Care Organizations Jan 8
Apr 12
12009 JSGS 856 397 Health Information Privacy Policy Jan 8
Apr 12
12010 JSGS 858 397 Enterprise Information Management Jan 8
Apr 12
12016 JSGS 892 001 Capstone Jan 8
Apr 12
12074 KIN 110 397 Sociology of Sport, Recreation and Physical Activity Jan 8
Apr 12
12075 KIN 115 397 Introduction to Sport and Exercise Psychology Jan 8
Apr 12
12111 KIN 261 395 Human Anatomy and Physiology I Jan 8
Apr 12
12112 KIN 261 397 Human Anatomy and Physiology I Jan 8
Apr 12
12113 KIN 267 397 Human Physiology l Jan 8
Apr 12
12147 KIN 420 397 Diversity Issues in Kinesiology, Health, Sport and Recreation Jan 8
Apr 12
12158 LG 200 397 Local Government Authority in Saskatchewan Jan 8
Apr 12
12159 LG 202 397 Local Government Legislation and Statute Law Jan 8
Apr 12
12160 LG 204 397 Basic Accounting Practices Jan 8
Apr 12
12161 LG 206 397 Local Government Accounting Jan 8
Apr 12
12162 LG 208AA 397 Local Government Management Practices Jan 8
Apr 12
12170 MAP 200AF 397 Visual Imaging: Looking Through the Lens Jan 8
Apr 12
12172 MAP 209 397 Decolonization and the Arts Jan 8
Apr 12
12280 MU 101 397 Introduction to Basic Music Skills Jan 8
Apr 12
12281 MU 204 397 Jazz Appreciation Jan 8
Apr 12
12375 NSLI 100 L01 Foundations of the Nonprofit Sector Jan 8
Apr 12
12378 NSLI 370 L01 Fund Development in Nonprofit Organizations Jan 8
Apr 12
12382 PHIL 100 397 Introduction to Philosophy Jan 8
Apr 12
12410 PHYS 109 S90 General Physics I Jan 8
Apr 12
12406 PHYS 109 S91 General Physics I Jan 8
Apr 12
13208 PHYS 109 S92 General Physics I Jan 8
Apr 12
12447 PMTH 092 397 Intermediate Algebra II Jan 8
Apr 12
12456 PR 100 397 Foundations of Public Relations Jan 8
Apr 12
13481 PR 100 398 Foundations of Public Relations Jan 8
Apr 12
12457 PR 101 397 Writing and Editing for Public Relations Jan 8
Apr 12
12458 PR 200 397 Strategic Communication Planning Jan 8
Apr 12
12459 PR 201 397 Communications Tools and Techniques Jan 8
Apr 12
12460 PR 203 397 Media Relations Jan 8
Apr 12
12464 PSCI 240 397 World Politics Jan 8
Apr 12
12492 PSYC 102 397 Introductory Psychology: Biological and Cognitive Focus Jan 8
Apr 12
12494 PSYC 102 C97 Introductory Psychology: Biological and Cognitive Focus Jan 8
Apr 12
12499 PSYC 204 397 Research Methods in Psychology Jan 8
Apr 12
12507 PSYC 220 C97 Social Psychology Jan 8
Apr 12
12512 PSYC 255 397 Biological Foundations of Behaviour Jan 8
Apr 12
12517 PSYC 321 L98 Forensic Psychology Jan 8
Apr 12
13215 PSYC 321 L99 Forensic Psychology Jan 8
Apr 12
12521 PSYC 333 397 Abnormal Psychology Jan 8
Apr 12
12600 RLST 228 L98 Christianity Jan 8
Apr 12
13360 RLST 268 397 Cults or New Religious Movements Jan 8
Apr 12
12616 SOC 212 397 Gender and Sexuality Jan 8
Apr 12
12617 SOC 213 397 Families Jan 8
Apr 12
12619 SOC 222 397 Sociology of Health Jan 8
Apr 12
12620 SOC 230 397 Environment and Society Jan 8
Apr 12
12652 SOST 110 397 Introduction to Mass Media Jan 8
Apr 12
12666 SPAN 111 992 Introductory Spanish I Jan 8
Apr 12
12668 SPAN 112 011 Introductory Spanish II Jan 8
Apr 12
12751 SW 202 397 Critical Issues/Critical Thought Jan 8
Apr 12
13153 SW 348 397 Social Work Practicum I Jan 5
Jan 5
13153 SW 348 397 Social Work Practicum I Jan 5
Apr 19
13154 SW 348 398 Social Work Practicum I Jan 5
Jan 5
13154 SW 348 398 Social Work Practicum I Jan 5
Apr 19
12779 SW 415 397 Poverty Jan 8
Apr 12
13162 SW 448 397 Social Work Practicum II Jan 4
Jan 4
13162 SW 448 397 Social Work Practicum II Jan 4
Apr 26
13163 SW 448 398 Social Work Practicum II Jan 4
Jan 4
13163 SW 448 398 Social Work Practicum II Jan 4
Apr 26
13164 SW 448 399 Social Work Practicum II Jan 4
Jan 4
13164 SW 448 399 Social Work Practicum II Jan 4
Apr 26
12789 SW 451 397 Social Work Research Jan 8
Apr 12
12790 SW 451 398 Social Work Research Jan 8
Apr 12
12917 WGST 100 397 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies Jan 8
Apr 12