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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21415 ACAD 100 396 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Jul 2
Aug 15
20608 ACAD 100 397 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies May 6
Jun 19
20929 ACAD 100 398 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Jul 2
Aug 15
20609 ACAD 100 399 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies May 6
Jun 19
20610 ANTH 100 396 Introduction to Anthropology May 6
Jun 19
20930 ANTH 100 397 Introduction to Anthropology Jul 2
Aug 15
20931 ANTH 100 398 Introduction to Anthropology Jul 2
Aug 15
20611 ANTH 242AK 397 Cultural Heritage and Politics of the Past May 6
Jun 19
20932 ANTH 247 397 Ethnography of Polynesia Jul 2
Aug 15
20612 ART 100 397 Introduction to Art May 6
Jun 19
20933 ART 100 398 Introduction to Art Jul 2
Aug 15
20640 BUS 250 040 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations May 6
Jun 19
20641 BUS 250 043 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations May 6
Jun 19
20642 BUS 260 040 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour May 6
Jun 19
20643 BUS 260 043 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour May 6
Jun 19
20656 CCE 099 040 Academic Integrity and Strategies for Success May 6
Jun 19
20948 CCE 099 070 Academic Integrity and Strategies for Success Jul 2
Aug 15
20667 CREE 100 S90 Elementary Cree I May 6
Jun 19
20952 CREE 101 S90 Elementary Cree II Jul 2
Aug 15
20689 CTCH 110 397 Introduction to Creative Technologies May 6
Jun 19
20691 CTCH 113 397 Introduction to Digital Studio Tools May 6
Jun 19
20975 CTCH 113 398 Introduction to Digital Studio Tools Jul 2
Aug 15
20693 CTCH 216 397 3D Animation: Art, Social Media May 6
Jun 19
20909 EC&I 858 S40 Theories and Research in Second Language Acquisition, Bilingualism & Multilingualism May 6
Jun 19
20703 ECCU 400 S90 Treaties in the Classroom May 6
Jun 19
20979 ECON 201 070 Introductory Microeconomics Jul 2
Aug 15
20710 ECS 102 040 Education for Justice: Self and Other May 6
Jun 19
20982 ECS 203 397 Curriculum and Pedagogy 1 Jul 2
Aug 15
20912 ED 800 397 Intro to Education Research Jul 2
Jul 23
20713 EDL 819 397 Organizational Theory in Education May 6
Jun 19
20913 EDL 819 398 Organizational Theory in Education Jul 2
Jul 23
20736 ENGL 100 395 Critical Reading and Writing I May 6
Jun 19
20737 ENGL 100 396 Critical Reading and Writing I May 6
Jun 19
20996 ENGL 100 397 Critical Reading and Writing I Jul 2
Aug 15
20997 ENGL 100 398 Critical Reading and Writing I Jul 2
Aug 15
20761 FILM 100 397 The Art of Motion Pictures May 6
Jun 19
20591 GES 100 020 World Regional Geography May 6
May 28
20777 HIST 390AU C97 Origins of Modern Antisemitism and the Holocaust May 6
Jun 19
20785 INDG 201 S90 Introduction to Contemporary Indigenous Issues May 6
Jun 19
20786 INDG 201 S91 Introduction to Contemporary Indigenous Issues May 6
Jun 19
20787 INDG 260 S90 History of Residential Schools in Canada May 6
Jun 19
20788 INDG 260 S91 History of Residential Schools in Canada May 6
Jun 19
20789 INDG 260 S92 History of Residential Schools in Canada May 6
Jun 19
20790 INDG 262 S90 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada May 6
Jun 19
20791 INDG 262 S91 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada May 6
Jun 19
20792 INDG 262 S92 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada May 6
Jun 19
21026 INDG 262 S93 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada Jul 2
Aug 15
21027 INDG 262 S94 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada Jul 2
Aug 15
21028 INDG 262 S95 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada Jul 2
Aug 15
20793 INHS 100 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I May 6
Jun 19
20794 INHS 100 S91 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I May 6
Jun 19
20795 INHS 100 S92 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I May 6
Jun 19
20796 INHS 100 S93 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I May 6
Jun 19
20797 INHS 100 S94 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I May 6
Jun 19
21029 INHS 101 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies II Jul 2
Aug 15
21361 INHS 101 S91 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies II Jul 2
Aug 15
21362 INHS 101 S92 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies II Jul 2
Aug 15
20604 INSW 414 S90 Indigenous Perspective on First Nations Children's Services Jun 3
Jun 24
20605 INSW 437 S90 Indigenous Social Work with Families May 6
May 28
20802 JAPN 111 041 Introductory Japanese I May 6
Jun 19
20803 JS 100 397 Introduction to Justice May 6
Jun 19
20804 JS 230 397 Introduction to Canadian Law May 6
Jun 19
20805 JS 240 397 The Criminal Justice System Jul 2
Aug 15
21035 JS 319 397 Criminological Theories May 6
Jun 19
20806 JS 350 397 Justice and Indigenous Peoples Jul 2
Aug 15
21036 JS 381 397 Foundations of Human Rights Jul 2
Aug 15
20808 JSGS 812 397 Indigenous Health Policy May 6
Jun 19
21416 JSGS 822 001 Comparative Public Policy May 6
Jun 19
20809 JSGS 823 397 Health Promotion May 6
Jun 19
20810 JSGS 829 397 Decision Making and Leadership in Healthcare Organizations May 6
Jun 19
20812 JSGS 843 397 Data Science for Health Analytics and Decision Support May 6
Jun 19
20815 JSGS 888 397 Health Informatics and Health Information Technology May 6
Jun 19
20824 KIN 120 397 Rec - Persons with Disabilities May 6
Jun 19
20826 KIN 170 397 Lifestyle, Health and Wellness May 6
Jun 19
21041 KIN 268 397 Human Physiology ll Jul 2
Aug 15
20837 KIN 269 397 Exercise Physiology May 6
Jun 19
21042 KIN 275 397 Introduction to Nutrition Jul 2
Aug 15
21043 KIN 278 397 Introduction to Health Promotion Jul 2
Aug 15
20839 KIN 285 397 Biomechanics May 6
Jun 19
20840 KIN 370 397 Health Psychology May 6
Jun 19
20841 LG 200 397 Local Government Authority in Saskatchewan May 6
Jun 19
20842 LG 204 397 Basic Accounting Practices May 6
Jun 19
21044 LG 206 397 Local Government Accounting Jul 2
Aug 15
20843 LG 208AA 397 Local Government Management Practices May 6
Jun 19
20855 MU 101 397 Introduction to Basic Music Skills May 6
Jun 19
21054 MU 101 398 Introduction to Basic Music Skills Jul 2
Aug 15
20856 MU 204 397 Jazz Appreciation May 6
Jun 19
20858 NSLI 260 L40 Nonprofit Organization Governance and Leadership May 6
Jun 19
21055 PHIL 100 397 Introduction to Philosophy Jul 2
Aug 15
20862 PHYS 109 031 General Physics I May 6
Jun 19
20863 PHYS 109 032 General Physics I May 6
Jun 19
20865 PHYS 109 042 General Physics I May 6
Jun 19
20866 PHYS 119 022 General Physics II May 6
Jun 19
20868 PHYS 119 041 General Physics II May 6
Jun 19
20871 PR 100 397 Foundations of Public Relations May 6
Jun 19
21057 PR 101 397 Writing and Editing for Public Relations Jul 2
Aug 15
20411 PR 202 397 Research and Evaluation: Measuring Effectiveness and Success May 6
Aug 21
20595 PSYC 220 C97 Social Psychology May 6
May 28
20598 PSYC 333 397 Psychopathology May 6
May 28
20875 RLST 322 C97 Origins of Modern Antisemitism and the Holocaust May 6
Jun 19
21061 SOC 100 397 Introduction to Sociology Jul 2
Aug 15
20877 SOC 208 397 Inequality and Social Justice May 6
Jun 19
21062 SOC 212 397 Gender and Sexuality Jul 2
Aug 15
20878 SOC 214 397 Sociology of Indigenous People in Canada May 6
Jun 19
20879 SOC 288 397 Sociology of Addiction May 6
Jun 19
20880 SOC 330 397 Sociology of the Environment May 6
Jun 19
21064 SOC 333 397 Sociology of Disaster Jul 2
Aug 15
20881 SOST 110 397 Introduction to Mass Media May 6
Jun 19
20884 SPAN 111 041 Introductory Spanish I May 6
Jun 19
21065 SRS 110 397 Recreation and Leisure Theory Jul 2
Aug 15
20887 SRS 120 397 Introduction to Recreation for Persons with Disabilities May 6
Jun 19
20888 SRS 215 397 Volunteer Management May 6
Jun 19
21068 SRS 220 397 Program Delivery and Management Jul 2
Aug 15
21069 STAT 100 397 Elementary Statistics for Applications Jul 2
Aug 15
21071 SW 202 397 Critical Issues/Critical Thought Jul 2
Aug 15
21076 SW 419 397 Social Work in Rural, Remote and Northern Communities Jul 2
Aug 15
20546 THTR 102 397 Introductory Theatre Performance Design May 6
Aug 21
20547 THTR 202 397 Introduction to Playwriting May 6
Aug 21