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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13267 ACAD 100 396 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Jan 6
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10005 ACAD 100 397 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Jan 6
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10006 ACAD 100 398 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Jan 6
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10007 ACAD 100 399 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies Jan 6
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10019 ADMN 100 S90 Introduction to Administration Jan 6
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10020 ADMN 100 S91 Introduction to Administration Jan 6
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10035 ADMN 262 S90 Introduction to the Gaming Industry Jan 6
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10036 ADMN 262 S91 Introduction to the Gaming Industry Jan 6
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10057 ADMN 320 S90 Planning in First Nations Public Sector Organizations Jan 6
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10058 ADMN 320 S91 Planning in First Nations Public Sector Organizations Jan 6
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10059 ADMN 328 S90 Nation Building for Indigenous Communities Jan 6
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10060 ADMN 328 S91 Nation Building for Indigenous Communities Jan 6
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13382 ANTH 100 395 Introduction to Anthropology Jan 6
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10075 ANTH 100 396 Introduction to Anthropology Jan 6
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10076 ANTH 100 397 Introduction to Anthropology Jan 6
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10077 ANTH 100 398 Introduction to Anthropology Jan 6
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10083 ART 100 397 Introduction to Art Jan 6
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10127 ARTH 100 397 Introduction to Art History Jan 6
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10136 ASTR 101 C97 Introduction to Astronomy Jan 6
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10184 BIOL 140 L98 Human Biology for Non-majors Jan 6
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10184 BIOL 140 L98 Human Biology for Non-majors Jan 6
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10427 CLAS 120 C97 Latin and Greek in Scientific Terminology Jan 6
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10623 CREE 100 S90 Elementary Cree I Jan 6
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10629 CREE 101 S90 Elementary Cree II Jan 6
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10800 CTCH 113 397 Introduction to Digital Studio Tools Jan 6
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13225 CTCH 113 398 Introduction to Digital Studio Tools Jan 6
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13230 EC&I 880 001 Enjeux relatifs à la réussite des élèves autochtones en SLM Jan 6
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13446 ECON 100 390 Introduction to Economic Issues Feb 4
May 9
13447 ECON 100 395 Introduction to Economic Issues Feb 4
May 9
10886 ECON 100 397 Introduction to Economic Issues Jan 6
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10900 ECON 253 397 Economic Issues in the Canadian Health Care System Jan 6
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10919 ECS 101 397 Education for Justice: Knowledge, Schooling and Society Jan 6
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10919 ECS 101 397 Education for Justice: Knowledge, Schooling and Society Jan 6
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10930 ECS 102 397 Education for Justice: Self and Other Jan 6
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10936 ECS 203 397 Curriculum and Pedagogy 1 Jan 6
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10936 ECS 203 397 Curriculum and Pedagogy 1 Jan 6
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10937 ECS 303 001 Curriculum and Pedagogy 2 Jan 6
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10937 ECS 303 001 Curriculum and Pedagogy 2 Jan 6
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10942 ECS 310 040 Interprofessional Experiences in Teaching (Secondary Program) Jan 6
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13439 ED 800 397 Intro to Education Research Jan 6
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13237 EDL 827 397 Selected Issues in Educational Leadership Jan 6
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10992 EDTC 300 397 Introduction to Educational Technology and Media Jan 6
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10992 EDTC 300 397 Introduction to Educational Technology and Media Jan 6
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10993 EDTC 400 397 Advanced Studies in Educational Technology and Media Jan 6
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10993 EDTC 400 397 Advanced Studies in Educational Technology and Media Jan 6
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11015 EIND 205 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Education Jan 6
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11252 ENGL 100 021 Critical Reading and Writing I Jan 6
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13386 ENGL 100 388 Critical Reading and Writing I Feb 4
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11260 ENGL 100 390 Critical Reading and Writing I Jan 6
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11261 ENGL 100 391 Critical Reading and Writing I Jan 6
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11262 ENGL 100 392 Critical Reading and Writing I Jan 6
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13310 ENGL 100 394 Critical Reading and Writing I Feb 4
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13314 ENGL 100 395 Critical Reading and Writing I Feb 4
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11263 ENGL 100 396 Critical Reading and Writing I Jan 6
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11264 ENGL 100 397 Critical Reading and Writing I Jan 6
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11265 ENGL 100 398 Critical Reading and Writing I Jan 6
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11266 ENGL 100 399 Critical Reading and Writing I Jan 6
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11294 ENGL 110 396 Critical Reading and Writing II Jan 6
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11295 ENGL 110 397 Critical Reading and Writing II Jan 6
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11323 ENGL 213 L98 Survey of Canadian Literature Jan 6
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11504 ENVS 200 S90 Indigenous Environmental Law Jan 6
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11613 FRN 100 397 Discovery I / Découverte I Jan 6
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11621 FRN 101 397 Discovery II / Découverte II Jan 6
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11628 FRN 201 397 Exploration II / Exploration II Jan 6
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13242 FRN 371 397 Colonialisme et réconciliation Jan 6
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11713 GES 203 397 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems Jan 6
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11760 HIST 202 397 Canada from World War II to the Present Jan 6
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11767 HIST 330 397 Women in Canadian History Jan 6
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11781 HMH 170 C97 Intro Health and Medical Hum Jan 6
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11782 HMH 270 C97 Foundations in the Health and Medical Humanities Jan 6
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11791 ILP 100 S90 Introduction to Intercultural Leadership Jan 6
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11792 ILP 100 S91 Introduction to Intercultural Leadership Jan 6
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11793 ILP 100 S92 Introduction to Intercultural Leadership Jan 6
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11816 INAH 100 S90 An Introductory Survey of North American Indigenous Art Jan 6
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11835 INDG 100 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Studies Jan 6
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11857 INDG 228 S90 Indigenous History Within Canada: Eastern Canada Jan 6
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11858 INDG 229 S90 Indigenous History Within Canada: Western Canada Jan 6
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11862 INDG 260 S90 History of Residential Schools in Canada Jan 6
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11863 INDG 260 S91 History of Residential Schools in Canada Jan 6
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11864 INDG 260 S92 History of Residential Schools in Canada Jan 6
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11865 INDG 260 S93 History of Residential Schools in Canada Jan 6
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11866 INDG 260 S94 History of Residential Schools in Canada Jan 6
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11867 INDG 260 S95 History of Residential Schools in Canada Jan 6
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11868 INDG 262 S90 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada Jan 6
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11869 INDG 262 S91 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada Jan 6
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11870 INDG 262 S92 Reconciliation and Indigenous Resurgence in Canada Jan 6
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11877 INDG 332 S90 Applications of Indigenous Spirituality Jan 6
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11896 INHS 100 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I Jan 6
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11897 INHS 100 S91 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I Jan 6
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13294 INHS 100 S92 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I Jan 6
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13295 INHS 100 S93 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I Jan 6
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13296 INHS 100 S94 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I Jan 6
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13297 INHS 100 S95 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I Jan 6
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13424 INHS 100 S96 Introduction to Indigenous Health Studies I Jan 6
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11907 INHS 300 S90 Community-Based Indigenous Health Research Methods Jan 6
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11908 INHS 320 S90 Policy & Politics in Contemporary Indigenous Peoples' Health Jan 6
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11909 INHS 450 S90 Community Based Traditional Health Practices Jan 6
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11910 INSW 200 S90 Introduction to Indigenous Social Work Jan 6
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11927 INSW 418 S90 Trauma Informed Practice in Indigenous Communities Jan 6
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11928 INSW 437 S90 Indigenous Social Work with Families Jan 6
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11932 INSW 451 S90 Indigenous Approach to Social Work Research Jan 6
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11936 INSW 469 S90 Indigenous Perspective on Social Policy Jan 6
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11959 JS 100 397 Introduction to Justice Jan 6
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11960 JS 230 397 Introduction to Canadian Law Jan 6
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11969 JS 350 397 Justice and Indigenous Peoples Jan 6
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11973 JS 443 397 Police Organization, Administration & Leadership in Canada Jan 6
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11985 JSGS 814 397 Biostatistics for Public Health Jan 6
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11987 JSGS 824 397 Health Program Planning and Evaluation Jan 6
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11988 JSGS 826 397 Human Resources Management in Healthcare Jan 6
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11989 JSGS 827 397 Health Care Organizations and Administration Jan 6
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11990 JSGS 832 397 Population Based Health Program Management Jan 6
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11991 JSGS 834 397 Financial Management of Health Care Organizations Jan 6
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11992 JSGS 835AM 001 International Trade Policy Jan 6
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11993 JSGS 856 397 Health Information Privacy Policy Jan 6
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11994 JSGS 858 397 Enterprise Information Management Jan 6
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13376 JSGS 864 001 Social Policy: Interdisciplinary Perspectives Jan 6
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11996 JSGS 884 001 Professional Planning Jan 6
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11999 JSGS 894 001 Indigenous Nation Building in Practice Jan 6
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12000 JSGS 896 001 Indigenous Nation Building in Canada Jan 6
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12093 KIN 261 395 Human Anatomy and Physiology I Jan 6
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12094 KIN 261 397 Human Anatomy and Physiology I Jan 6
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12130 KIN 420 397 Diversity Issues in Kinesiology, Health, Sport and Recreation Jan 6
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12141 LG 200 397 Local Government Authority in Saskatchewan Jan 6
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13199 LG 200 398 Local Government Authority in Saskatchewan Jan 6
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12142 LG 202 397 Local Government Legislation and Statute Law Jan 6
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12143 LG 204 397 Basic Accounting Practices Jan 6
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13200 LG 204 398 Basic Accounting Practices Jan 6
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12144 LG 206 397 Local Government Accounting Jan 6
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12145 LG 208AA 397 Local Government Management Practices Jan 6
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12154 MAP 101 397 Introduction to Pop Culture Jan 6
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12156 MAP 200AF 397 Visual Imaging: Looking Through the Lens Jan 6
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13179 MAP 209 397 Decolonization and the Arts Jan 6
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12161 MATH 101 397 Introductory Finite Mathematics I Jan 6
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13351 MATH 110 397 Calculus I Jan 6
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12271 MU 101 397 Introduction to Basic Music Skills Jan 6
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12272 MU 204 397 Jazz Appreciation Jan 6
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12414 NSLI 100 L01 Foundations of the Nonprofit Sector Jan 6
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12415 NSLI 220 L01 Nonprofit Advocacy and Community Development Jan 6
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12441 PHYS 109 S90 General Physics I Jan 6
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13219 PHYS 109 S92 General Physics I Jan 6
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12453 PHYS 140 F01 Physics of Energy and the Environment Jan 6
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12480 PMTH 092 397 Intermediate Algebra II Jan 6
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12489 PR 100 397 Foundations of Public Relations Jan 6
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13201 PR 100 398 Foundations of Public Relations Jan 6
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12490 PR 101 397 Writing and Editing for Public Relations Jan 6
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12491 PR 200 397 Strategic Communication Planning Jan 6
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12492 PR 201 397 Communications Tools and Techniques Jan 6
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12493 PR 204 397 Organizational Communications in Public Relations Jan 6
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12495 PSCI 100 397 People, Power and Politics: An Introduction Jan 6
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12496 PSCI 210 C97 Introduction to Political Thought Jan 6
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12497 PSCI 220 397 Comparing Political Systems Jan 6
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12499 PSCI 240 397 World Politics Jan 6
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12519 PSYC 102 397 Introductory Psychology: Biological and Cognitive Focus Jan 6
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12523 PSYC 102 C97 Introductory Psychology: Biological and Cognitive Focus Jan 6
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12534 PSYC 220 C97 Social Psychology Jan 6
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12538 PSYC 255 397 Biological Foundations of Behaviour Jan 6
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12544 PSYC 310 C97 Child Development Jan 6
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12547 PSYC 321 L98 Forensic Psychology Jan 6
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12631 RLST 228 L98 Christianity Jan 6
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12634 RLST 268 397 Cults or New Religious Movements Jan 6
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12644 SOC 100 397 Introduction to Sociology Jan 6
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13143 SOC 208 397 Inequality and Social Justice Jan 6
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12682 SOST 110 397 Introduction to Mass Media Jan 6
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12780 SW 202 397 Critical Issues/Critical Thought Jan 6
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12811 SW 451 397 Social Work Research Jan 6
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12812 SW 451 398 Social Work Research Jan 6
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12820 SW 470 397 Social Work in Health Settings Jan 6
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