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Attention international students
All of these courses are for Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Some are also open to international learners. These include: Preparatory Skills: Math Skills, Artificial Intelligence: Machine Learning Solutions, Building Information Modeling (BIM) Management, Program Development for Adult Learners, Quality Management, and Facilitating Older Adult Learning. Check the program pages for details. Information for international students who wish to learn in Canada with us can be found at Intensive program packages.

Courses open for registration by program

Browse the courses we have to offer and find the option that’s right for you. If you are already in a program, find the courses you need to continue working on your credential. If you are not yet in a program, consider the future possibility of applying your course(s) to a program, if applicable, to pursue a UM credential and keep learning with us.

Find a complete list of courses for your program on its program page. Find your program

Select a program of study.

Required courses

COUN 0200 - Counselling Skills - Level II

Progressive practice of the skills learned in Level I are further increased. The focus is on the practice and development of advanced accurate empathy, facilitative self-disclosure, confrontation and immediacy. Prerequisite: a grade of no less than C+ in COUN 0100.

Start Date: June 25, 2024

  • Length: 4 weeks
  • Format: Synchronous Online: 9 Sessions
  • Course fee: $590.00

EEAS 0134 - Building Information Management

This course focuses on aspects of BIM adoption that are critical towards management of people, interdisciplinary BIM teams, information, and digital models themselves. BIM is examined within different project delivery types, and emphasis is given to defining project goals and roles and responsibilities of of interdisciplinary project teams. Processes and practices including the creation of the BIM Execution Plan (BEP), utilizing the BIM Contract Appendix, establishment of the Common Data Environment (COE), and determining Level of Development (LOO) are discussed. Important considerations regarding best practices for information management and exchange, and coordination with all disciplines during design phases are emphasized.Pre-requisite: BIM Fundamentals II

Start Date: June 24, 2024

  • Length: 8 weeks
  • Format: Online
  • Course fee: $470.00

EEAS 0138 - Building Information Modeling Technology and Tools

This course provides a broad introduction to technology and tools that can be used when implementing BIM. Methods and reasoning to choose the correct tools for different processes are explored. Benefits and challenges associated with cloud-based technology, mobile technology, virtual and augmented reality, and GIS integration with BIM are also discussed. Pre-requisite: BIM Fundamentals II

Start Date: June 24, 2024

  • Length: 4 weeks
  • Format: Online
  • Course fee: $240.00

BUAN 0160 - Agile Business Analysis

Organizations are increasingly realizing the benefits of Agile as a flexible, collaborative, and adaptive methodology. This course will explore Agile's emergence in 2001, how the methodology is actually a mindset, how it has evolved over time, and the increasing use of Agile by business analysts today. Examples of additional topics include the use of Agile to: identify and describe requirements and acceptance criteria; model desired product features and functions; and work collaboratively across organizations and teams. Prerequisite: BUAN 0100.

Start Date: May 27, 2024

  • Length: 6 weeks
  • Format: Online
  • Course fee: $350.00

CUCA 0104 - Powerful Communication Through Writing

Powerful Communication through Writing gives you the skills, resources, and practice to produce effective text – from email to program proposals. Business and administrative writing depends on context and current usage; this course starts with you – as a university employee with responsibilities. Writing skills develop through practice, feedback, and rewriting; this course builds critical editing and revising skills to improve your writing. Powerful Communication aims to help you write with clarity and verve.

Start Date: June 03, 2024

  • Length: 3 weeks
  • Format: Online
  • Course fee: $710.00

CHRD 0102 - Heads & Chairs: Challenges in Academic Leadership

This workshop is dedicated to helping Chairs/Heads reflect together on the challenges, opportunities and responsibilities of this critical role in universities and colleges. Topics include the changing academic culture, leadership in a collegial environment, faculty development, the legal structure of the university and rights and responsibilities and fostering a teaching culture.

Start Date: June 17, 2024

  • Length: 1 weeks
  • Format: Synchronous Online: 5 Sessions
  • Course fee: $900.00
This section currently has no seats available.
Please contact Extended Education for information on waitlists, additional sections and future course offerings.

PDAL 0170 - Applied Project

This course enables students to apply theoretical and applied learning components in an individualized integrative project. All core courses must be completed prior to enrolling (PDAL 0100, PDAL 0110, PDAL 0120, PDAL 0130, PDAL 0140, PDAL 0150, PDAL 0160 with a minimum grade of C in each course).

Start Date: June 03, 2024

  • Length: 4 weeks
  • Format: Online
  • Course fee: $240.00
The required courses for the selected program are not currently scheduled.

Elective courses

COUN 0256 - Mental Health Issues and Co-Occurring Addictions in Human Services Delivery

Students will discuss the definitions of "mental health, mental illness and addictions". Varying biological, psychological and social models of causation and treatment will be explored. Other issues that will be covered include: crisis management, community resources and the role of allied disciplines, stigmatization, suicide, medications and a review of the mental health act.

Start Date: June 08, 2024

  • Length: 3 weeks
  • Format: Synchronous Online: 7 Sessions
  • Course fee: $590.00

HRM 0202 - Labour Relations

This course presents the theory and practice of labour relations in Canada; specifically, this course examines the employee relations framework within Canada including its legal, political, social, economic and ecological subsystems. Key topics include industrial relations, union-management relations, collective bargaining and labour economics. Special attention will be given to the strategies that managers can utilize in order to work effectively and fairly with employers and deal with difficult situations in both unionized and non-unionized environments. Throughout the course, students will explore and gain a better understanding of how key players act and interact.

Start Date: May 27, 2024

  • Length: 6 weeks
  • Format: Online
  • Course fee: $350.00
This section currently has no seats available.
Please contact Extended Education for information on waitlists, additional sections and future course offerings.
The elective courses for the selected program are not currently scheduled.

All scheduled classes

We offer three terms per year. Summer term registration opens in late November. Fall and Winter terms registration open in mid-June.

If an Extended Education course is not currently available, please contact your program coordinator or email eeprograms@umanitoba.ca 

Courses offered by other faculties:

  • Music (MUSC) courses are offered by the Desautels Faculty of Music -  Email music@umanitoba.ca

All scheduled classes

COUN 0200 - Counselling Skills - Level II

Progressive practice of the skills learned in Level I are further increased. The focus is on the practice and development of advanced accurate empathy, facilitative self-disclosure, confrontation and immediacy. Prerequisite: a grade of no less than C+ in COUN 0100.

Start Date: June 25, 2024

  • Length: 4 weeks
  • Format: Synchronous Online: 9 Sessions
  • Course fee: $590.00

COUN 0256 - Mental Health Issues and Co-Occurring Addictions in Human Services Delivery

Students will discuss the definitions of "mental health, mental illness and addictions". Varying biological, psychological and social models of causation and treatment will be explored. Other issues that will be covered include: crisis management, community resources and the role of allied disciplines, stigmatization, suicide, medications and a review of the mental health act.

Start Date: June 08, 2024

  • Length: 3 weeks
  • Format: Synchronous Online: 7 Sessions
  • Course fee: $590.00

PDAL 0170 - Applied Project

This course enables students to apply theoretical and applied learning components in an individualized integrative project. All core courses must be completed prior to enrolling (PDAL 0100, PDAL 0110, PDAL 0120, PDAL 0130, PDAL 0140, PDAL 0150, PDAL 0160 with a minimum grade of C in each course).

Start Date: June 03, 2024

  • Length: 4 weeks
  • Format: Online
  • Course fee: $240.00

HRM 0202 - Labour Relations

This course presents the theory and practice of labour relations in Canada; specifically, this course examines the employee relations framework within Canada including its legal, political, social, economic and ecological subsystems. Key topics include industrial relations, union-management relations, collective bargaining and labour economics. Special attention will be given to the strategies that managers can utilize in order to work effectively and fairly with employers and deal with difficult situations in both unionized and non-unionized environments. Throughout the course, students will explore and gain a better understanding of how key players act and interact.

Start Date: May 27, 2024

  • Length: 6 weeks
  • Format: Online
  • Course fee: $350.00
This section currently has no seats available.
Please contact Extended Education for information on waitlists, additional sections and future course offerings.

BUAN 0160 - Agile Business Analysis

Organizations are increasingly realizing the benefits of Agile as a flexible, collaborative, and adaptive methodology. This course will explore Agile's emergence in 2001, how the methodology is actually a mindset, how it has evolved over time, and the increasing use of Agile by business analysts today. Examples of additional topics include the use of Agile to: identify and describe requirements and acceptance criteria; model desired product features and functions; and work collaboratively across organizations and teams. Prerequisite: BUAN 0100.

Start Date: May 27, 2024

  • Length: 6 weeks
  • Format: Online
  • Course fee: $350.00

MGMT 0290 - Politics and Public Policy

The course has a strong political studies orientation. It will help students understand how the political process works. Special attention will be placed on explaining how programs are developed and implemented, passing from public aspirations, through development of legislation to administration of the program.

Start Date: June 14, 2024

  • Length: 5 weeks
  • Format: ClassRoom: 4 Sessions
  • Course fee: $710.00

CUCA 0104 - Powerful Communication Through Writing

Powerful Communication through Writing gives you the skills, resources, and practice to produce effective text – from email to program proposals. Business and administrative writing depends on context and current usage; this course starts with you – as a university employee with responsibilities. Writing skills develop through practice, feedback, and rewriting; this course builds critical editing and revising skills to improve your writing. Powerful Communication aims to help you write with clarity and verve.

Start Date: June 03, 2024

  • Length: 3 weeks
  • Format: Online
  • Course fee: $710.00

CHRD 0102 - Heads & Chairs: Challenges in Academic Leadership

This workshop is dedicated to helping Chairs/Heads reflect together on the challenges, opportunities and responsibilities of this critical role in universities and colleges. Topics include the changing academic culture, leadership in a collegial environment, faculty development, the legal structure of the university and rights and responsibilities and fostering a teaching culture.

Start Date: June 17, 2024

  • Length: 1 weeks
  • Format: Synchronous Online: 5 Sessions
  • Course fee: $900.00
This section currently has no seats available.
Please contact Extended Education for information on waitlists, additional sections and future course offerings.

EEAS 0134 - Building Information Management

This course focuses on aspects of BIM adoption that are critical towards management of people, interdisciplinary BIM teams, information, and digital models themselves. BIM is examined within different project delivery types, and emphasis is given to defining project goals and roles and responsibilities of of interdisciplinary project teams. Processes and practices including the creation of the BIM Execution Plan (BEP), utilizing the BIM Contract Appendix, establishment of the Common Data Environment (COE), and determining Level of Development (LOO) are discussed. Important considerations regarding best practices for information management and exchange, and coordination with all disciplines during design phases are emphasized.Pre-requisite: BIM Fundamentals II

Start Date: June 24, 2024

  • Length: 8 weeks
  • Format: Online
  • Course fee: $470.00

EEAS 0138 - Building Information Modeling Technology and Tools

This course provides a broad introduction to technology and tools that can be used when implementing BIM. Methods and reasoning to choose the correct tools for different processes are explored. Benefits and challenges associated with cloud-based technology, mobile technology, virtual and augmented reality, and GIS integration with BIM are also discussed. Pre-requisite: BIM Fundamentals II

Start Date: June 24, 2024

  • Length: 4 weeks
  • Format: Online
  • Course fee: $240.00

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