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All of these courses (except for Preparatory Skills: Math Skills, Chemistry Skills, Physics Skills) are for Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Information for international students who wish to study with us can be found at Intensive program packages.

Courses 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.

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As we count down to the launch of our exciting new course registration system designed to provide you with an improved user experience, unfortunately online registration will be unavailable from Jan. 12 to 25 with one exception. CSKL 0100 Chemistry Skills remains available for registration. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. But we will be back up in plenty of time for you to register for upcoming courses and we look forward to helping you keep learning. In the meantime, if you have any questions about our courses or programs, please email extended@umanitoba.ca

Our courses are eligible for the Retrain Manitoba grant. Manitoba businesses can access funding of $2,500 per employee up to a maximum of $75,000 for retraining and upskilling with us. Learn more at Retrain Manitoba.

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Required courses

CUCA 0152 - Assessment of Academic Advising

Participants in this course will develop a definition of academic advising for their advising unit. They will set advising outcomes for students, advisors, and advising units and design a program of assessment for an advising unit. Students will also learn how to continue to use the program of assessment once it is developed.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 25
  • CRN: 61316
  • Schedule:
    • April 04, 2022 to April 24, 2022
Register for Assessment of Academic Advising

MGMT 0280 - Municipal Law

This course provides students with knowledge of those aspects of law which they are likely to encounter in the performance of their duties in municipal/community offices.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $690
  • Seats remaining: 0
  • CRN: 61249
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section currently has no seats available.
Please contact Extended Education for information on waitlists, additional sections and future course offerings.

HRM 0124 - Workplace Health and Safety

For most organizations today, the health and safety of workers is paramount to a vibrant and effective workplace; thus, HR professionals must have a solid understanding of workplace health and safety issues, policies and legislation. This course provides students with the knowledge, skills, and practical application needed to develop and ensure compliance to modern health, safety and wellness poilicies and procedures. Topics include current legislation within Canada, workers compensation, hazards, risks and interventions, and wellness programs.
  • Credit Hours: 1
  • Course fee: $210
  • Seats remaining: 1
  • CRN: 61221
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to February 06, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

HRM 0210 - Total Compensation

This course is an introduction to compensation and benefits administration. Attention will be given to the means by which compensation equity is achieved in organizations. Topics covered include job analysis and design, job evaluation, development and use of wage and salary surveys and benefit policies and practices. The benefits part of the course will include a discussion of public and private benefit programs and pension plans.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 2
  • CRN: 61223
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

MGMT 0202 - Staff Training and Development

This course focuses on contemporary organizational and staff development issues in public and private sector organizations within Canada. This course will focus on aspects of employer-sponsored learning, competencies, skills and methods used by Training and Development professionals, and the processes of training, needs analysis and evaluation. The course addresses organizational concerns such as performance improvement, transfer of training, organizational development and organizing the training function. Current practices and trends are also discussed.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $515
  • Seats remaining: 1
  • CRN: 61224
  • Schedule:
    • January 24, 2022 to April 03, 2022
Register for Staff Training and Development

FINC 0300 - Financial Management

Designed to give you a broad overview of the field, this course will introduce you to managerial finance, show how it relates to other functions of the organization and describe the role of finance in achieving organizational objectives. Particular attention will be focused on topics such as financial analysis, management of working capital, capital budget, short-term and long-term funding and cost of capital. Prerequisite: a grade of no less than C in FINC 0200.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 17
  • CRN: 61217
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2395
  • Schedule:
    • April 11, 2022 to July 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

MGMT 0130 - Canadian Business Law

This course provides an overview of business law and a basic understanding of general terminology with respect to the nature and origins of law, law of torts, nature and law of contracts, negotiable instruments, and forms of ownership. On successfully completing this course, students will understand the various types of contracts, their use and special requirements.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 4
  • CRN: 61243
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

MGMT 0400 - Strategic Analysis

In this final course in the CIM program, you will have the opportunity to apply the skills and knowledge accumulated in earlier courses to multi-dimensional case problems. Through case analysis and classroom discussion, you will learn and apply a business policy system and decision making model. The business policy system requires a disciplined approach to identifying strategy based on environmental, resources, and other issues. You will be expected to synthesize these issues and apply the decision making model to develop management action plans. Upon successful completion of this course, you will have developed an understanding of the processes of general management.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 22
  • CRN: 61250
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

FINC 0180 - Introductory Accounting for Municipal Managers

This is a practical introductory course providing a basic understanding of how accounting information is prepared and used. This course covers financial and management accounting topics including: an introduction to the accounting and financial reporting process and an analysis of balance sheets and income statements, a study of cost behaviour and estimation techniques, and the budgeting process.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $690
  • Seats remaining: 3
  • CRN: 61215
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

PDAL 0110 - Program Design

This course introduces aspects of program design such as design analysis, learning outcomes, and development of materials. Course includes a 6-hour applied project component. No prerequisite requirement but it is strongly recommended that students complete Adult Learners prior to enrolling.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 13
  • CRN: 61203
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to February 20, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

EDTC 0590 - Applied Project in E-Learning Design (Capstone)

Utilizing the strategies, tools, and techniques acquired in the program, students will complete a capstone project under the guidance of an instructor. A course project will be available, but ideally, each student will choose a project relevant to their professional situations. Prerequisite: A grade of no less than C in EDTC 0530 and EDTC 0540.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2393
  • Schedule:
    • April 11, 2022 to July 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

PDAL 0140 - Technology in Learning

This course explores different educational technologies and examines their potential impact on formal and informal learning. Course activities will include in-depth engagement with learning technologies and development of one or more artifacts that may serve as foundational applied project components. Course includes a 6-hour applied project component. No prerequisite requirement but it is strongly recommended that students complete Adult Learners prior to enrolling.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2390
  • Schedule:
    • April 11, 2022 to May 22, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

PDAL 0150 - Diversity and Accommodation

This course raises awareness and provides students with practical skills required to create inclusive learning environments, and deepen understanding of responsibilities surrounding learner accommodation. Course activities will contribute to development of tools (e.g. practical strategies, policy) to effectively teach diverse learners, which may be incorporated into the applied project. Course includes a 6-hour applied project component. No prerequisite requirement but it is strogly recommended that students complete Adult Learners prior to enrolling.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2391
  • Schedule:
    • May 23, 2022 to July 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

PDAL 0160 - Program Evaluation

This course provides students with the tools to assess the learning experience and determine whether learning objectives have been achieved. Course includes a 6-hour applied project component. No prerequisite requirement but it is strongly recommended that students complete Adult Learners prior to enrolling.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 18
  • CRN: 61209
  • Schedule:
    • February 21, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding 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).
  • Credit Hours: 1
  • Course fee: $210
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2392
  • Schedule:
    • June 06, 2022 to July 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

MSKL 0100 - Mathematical Skills

You will learn how to apply mathematical skills to both elementary and computationally complicated situations, consistently and with confidence. Class format includes a review of fundamental concepts, demonstrations, problem solving, applications and regular testing, including final examination. Resources handbook available in UMLearn for download. These same resources can also be purchased in print version at the U of M Bookstore.
  • Credit Hours: 0
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 19
  • CRN: 61302
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to March 30, 2022
      • Mondays and Wednesdays, 19:00 to 21:00
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.
  • Credit Hours: 0
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 20
  • CRN: 61304
  • Schedule:
    • January 11, 2022 to March 31, 2022
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 19:00 to 21:00
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

CSKL 0100 - Chemistry Skills

This course provides a review of high school chemistry. Upon fulfillment of the course requirements you will receive a pass/fail, acceptable to the Department of Chemistry as evidence of preparation for entry into selected University of Manitoba chemistry courses.
  • Credit Hours: 0
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 5
  • CRN: 61305
  • Schedule:
    • January 25, 2022 to April 21, 2022
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:00 to 11:15
Register for Chemistry Skills

PSKL 0100 - Physics Skills

This course provides a review of high school physics. Upon fulfillment of the course requirements you will receive a pass/fail, acceptable to the Department of Physics as evidence of preparation for entry into selected University of Manitoba physics courses.
  • Credit Hours: 0
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 17
  • CRN: 61306
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 04, 2022
      • Mondays, 18:00 to 21:00
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

EDTC 0560 - Using Technology for Teaching and Training

Students will explore current online educational technologies and assess the appropriate ways to use them to engage learners in educational and training environments. This course is appropriate for professionals and educators who are interested in integrating technology into blended and/ or online teaching or training.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 29
  • CRN: 61211
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

EDTC 0540 - Instructional Systems and Learning Technologies

This course will introduce students to models of instructional systems, current technologies and methods of implementing technology for e-learning. Students will explore the uses of technology and learn how technology may be applied in educational or professional online settings. This course would benefit new and more experienced instructional designers.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 30
  • CRN: 61210
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

COUN 0100 - Counselling Skills - Level I

This is the screening course of the Applied Counselling Certificate Program and is an opportunity for the instructor and the student to assess personal suitability and/or readiness to participate in the program. Students will be introduced to a client centred helping model and will learn, practice and begin to integrate the Level I counselling skills of attending, listening, empathy and probing. Self-awareness, as it relates particularly to values and attitudes congruent to the helping skills, will be examined throughout this course and in Levels II and III.
  • Credit Hours: 2.5
  • Course fee: $515
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2381
  • Schedule:
    • April 26, 2022 to May 19, 2022
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 18:00 to 21:00
    • May 14, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

MGMT 0110 - Organizational Behaviour

This course is designed to increase your understanding of human behaviour in the workplace. Topics include leadership, motivation, group dynamics and teamwork, problem solving, organization structure and change management.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 3
  • CRN: 61227
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

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.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $515
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2383
  • Schedule:
    • July 23, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 16:00
    • July 05, 2022 to July 28, 2022
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 18:00 to 21:00
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

COUN 0202 - Counselling Theories

Basic assumptions and applications of several theories of counselling are covered including Adlerian, Person-Centred, Feminist, Gestalt and Cognitive. Consideration is given to fundamental issues in counselling, particularly the integration of theories with counselling practice. Prerequisite: a grade of no less than C+ in COUN 0100.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $515
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2384
  • Schedule:
    • April 30, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
    • May 03, 2022 to May 17, 2022
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 18:00 to 21:00
    • May 14, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

COUN 0240 - Working with Families

Working with families involves different dynamics, therapeutic skills and interventions than those used for counselling individuals or working with groups. Participants develop an understanding of systemic thinking and its application to working with families and explore a variety of therapeutic approaches and tools of intervention in family counselling. Prerequisite: a grade of no less than C+ in COUN 0100.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $515
  • Seats remaining: 1
  • CRN: 61307
  • Schedule:
    • February 19, 2022 to February 26, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
    • February 02, 2022 to March 02, 2022
      • Wednesdays, 18:00 to 21:00
Register for Working with Families

COUN 0300 - Counselling Skills - Level III

Progressive practice of the skills learned in previous levels with specific reference to helping clients develop strategies for action, goal setting, planning and carrying out strategies. The ending process of the counselling relationship is also explored. Prerequisites: a grade of no less than C+ in BOTH of COUN 0100 and COUN 0200.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $515
  • Seats remaining: 0
  • CRN: 61309
  • Schedule:
    • January 11, 2022 to January 25, 2022
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 18:00 to 21:00
    • January 15, 2022 to January 22, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
This section currently has no seats available.
Please contact Extended Education for information on waitlists, additional sections and future course offerings.

COUN 0400 - Capstone Course

The capstone course will attempt to integrate material covered in previous courses, while introducing a range of new materials related to proposal writing, collecting data, analyzing data, and writing the final report. Prerequisites: a grade of no less than C+ in EACH of COUN 0202, COUN 0240, COUN 0242, and COUN 0300.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $515
  • Seats remaining: 13
  • CRN: 61310
  • Schedule:
    • April 02, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
    • February 01, 2022
      • Tuesdays, 18:00 to 21:00
    • March 08, 2022
      • Tuesdays, 18:00 to 21:00
    • March 29, 2022
      • Tuesdays, 18:00 to 21:00
    • January 29, 2022 to February 05, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
Register for Capstone Course

FINC 0200 - Introductory Accounting for Business

Introductory Accounting for Business is concerned with the use, interpretation and analysis of accounting data. The accounting process is studied to provide an understanding of the principles used to prepare financial statements. In accounting theory, you will be exposed to generally accepted accounting principles and properly prepared financial statements. You will also be shown how to read and understand these statements, as well as to see the effect of routine business transactions upon them. Accounting for cost control and profit planning explores concepts such as job order costing, process costing and break-even analysis. Financial analysis deals with comparative analysis and methods used to identify financial strengths and weaknesses of the business. The objective is to make you a better manager, not a good accountant.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 1
  • CRN: 61216
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2394
  • Schedule:
    • April 11, 2022 to July 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

MGMT 0100 - Canadian Business: An Introduction

This course will introduce you to contemporary business management in the Canadian context. You will examine the management functions of planning, organizing, directing and controlling and the business functions of personnel, marketing, production and finance. You will learn basic business management concepts through class interaction. On completion, you will be aware of the fundamentals of today's managerial world and will be able to discuss current issues challenging Canadian business.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 3
  • CRN: 61226
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

MGMT 0120 - Managerial Communication

Your success in business depends heavily on your ability to communicate efficiently and effectively. By successfully completing this course, you will be familiar with key strategies and skills in effectively handling both oral and written business communications (letter writing, report writing, and oral presentations). Other topics included are listening skills, resume and letter of application, and non-verbal communication.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 1
  • CRN: 61240
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

MGMT 0122 - The Practice of Change Management

This course explores theory and process of change and the practice of change management. Learners will explore various types of change and will apply that knowledge to assessing change impacts and developing appropriate change management plans and communications. Learners will also explore the role change management and how to be successful as a change management practitioner.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $495
  • Seats remaining: 18
  • CRN: 61241
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to March 06, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

HRM 0100 - Managing the Human Resource Function

This course introduces the strategic management of the human resource functions within various types of organizations. While taking into account recent changes in the economic, social and legal environment, it examines the essential functions of recruitment, selection, performance management, training and development, health and safety, counselling, union/management relations and compensation.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 3
  • CRN: 61220
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

BUAN 0100 - Business Analysis Fundamentals

This course examines the professional roles and responsibilities of business analysts; provides an overview of the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK); and introduces BA concepts, methodologies, techniques, and tools. After outlining BA's historical and contemporary contexts, the course considers emerging trends and technologies that are shaping the field's future. Also explored are fundamental skills and competencies required to carry out BA tasks. Business Analysis Fundamentals is a prerequisite for all other core courses except MGMT 0520: Excellence in Communication.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 16
  • CRN: 61199
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

BUAN 0120 - Elicitation & Collaboration

This course addresses tasks that business analysts will perform to obtain information from and manage collaborations with stakeholders. It explores a variety of techniques for performing elicitation and collaboration activities. It also examines ways of overcoming challenges when applying these techniques in real world business situations. Methods for testing and confirming elicitation results are also addressed. Prerequisite: BUAN 0100.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 25
  • CRN: 61201
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to February 20, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

BUAN 0130 - Requirements Life Cycle Management

A fundamental purpose of requirements life cycle management is to ensure that business, stakeholder, and solution requirements remain productively aligned. This course explores how requirements emerge and interact, and how requirements can be effectively managed throughout their life cycle. The course also examines how solution requirements and designs are impacted by factors such as changing priorities, market fluctuations, and new information. Prerequisite: BUAN 0100.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2387
  • Schedule:
    • April 11, 2022 to May 22, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

BUAN 0150 - Solution Assessment & Validation

Solution evaluation involves assessing the performance and value of a solution in use by an enterprise, and seeking the removal of barriers or constraints that prevent the full realization of a solution's value. This course explores how to measure the performance of a solution and recommend concrete actions to increase value, or look for an alternative solution if necessary. Processes of business analysis validation, both generally and in relation to solution evaluation, are also examined. Prerequisite: BUAN 0100.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 29
  • CRN: 61202
  • Schedule:
    • February 21, 2022 to April 03, 2022
Register for Solution Assessment & Validation

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.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2388
  • Schedule:
    • May 23, 2022 to July 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

CUCA 0106 - The Role of the Student and Student Needs

This course will serve as a primer in viewing students and student success from a wider perspective, which includes student development and understanding the needs of a diverse group of students. The course will also review the relationships between students and post secondary institutions as well as approaches to contemporary student issues (e.g. use of technology). Having knowledge about students and their needs can inform our work with students and thereby guide our interactions, the provision of services, and implementation of programs to foster student success.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 16
  • CRN: 61313
  • Schedule:
    • January 31, 2022 to February 20, 2022
Register for The Role of the Student and Student Needs

MGMT 0192 - Quality Improvement: Principles and Procedures

The objectives of this course are to introduce you to statistical quality control techniques and illustrate how these techniques are used in practice. These concepts and procedures can be applied to both manufacturing and service industries.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $730
  • Seats remaining: 10
  • CRN: 61248
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.
There are no required courses for the selected program.

Elective courses

CUCA 0106 - The Role of the Student and Student Needs

This course will serve as a primer in viewing students and student success from a wider perspective, which includes student development and understanding the needs of a diverse group of students. The course will also review the relationships between students and post secondary institutions as well as approaches to contemporary student issues (e.g. use of technology). Having knowledge about students and their needs can inform our work with students and thereby guide our interactions, the provision of services, and implementation of programs to foster student success.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 16
  • CRN: 61313
  • Schedule:
    • January 31, 2022 to February 20, 2022
Register for The Role of the Student and Student Needs

BUAN 0190 - Systems Design and Testing

The IT-focused course examines concepts and tools for designing, analyzing, and testing systems and introduces testing methodologies. The course also addresses: ways of determining the best type of testing for a given purpose; how to conduct testing within best practice parameters; and how to interpret and report testing results effectively. The course also explores modelling techniques used by analysts and the technological and software contexts in which system design and testing are situated. Prior completion of BUAN 0100 is strongly recommended.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2389
  • Schedule:
    • April 11, 2022 to May 22, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

FINC 0802 - Financial Management Tutorial

This is an optional tutorial. Additional costs apply.
  • Credit Hours: .25
  • Course fee: $0
  • Seats remaining: 30
  • CRN: 61219
  • Schedule:
    • April 02, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 12:00
    • February 19, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 12:00
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

MGMT 0100 - Canadian Business: An Introduction

This course will introduce you to contemporary business management in the Canadian context. You will examine the management functions of planning, organizing, directing and controlling and the business functions of personnel, marketing, production and finance. You will learn basic business management concepts through class interaction. On completion, you will be aware of the fundamentals of today's managerial world and will be able to discuss current issues challenging Canadian business.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 3
  • CRN: 61226
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

HRM 0130 - Employee Communication and Coaching

This course prepares students to inform employees on matters which impact employee well-being. The topic employee communication addresses communication theory, orientation and briefing meetings, appeal and grievance procedures, staff newsletters and career workshops. The topic of coaching focuses on the professional principles, frameworks and tools needed to develop an effective coaching strategy for an organization.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 1
  • CRN: 61222
  • Schedule:
    • February 07, 2022 to April 03, 2022
Register for Employee Communication and Coaching

CUCA 0152 - Assessment of Academic Advising

Participants in this course will develop a definition of academic advising for their advising unit. They will set advising outcomes for students, advisors, and advising units and design a program of assessment for an advising unit. Students will also learn how to continue to use the program of assessment once it is developed.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 25
  • CRN: 61316
  • Schedule:
    • April 04, 2022 to April 24, 2022
Register for Assessment of Academic Advising

CUCA 0130 - Branding

A brand is the promise of the value your audience will receive and a bridge between your common goals. The Branding course will help you understand how the branding process allows your organization to define itself and develop the message you want to deliver to your audience. The course will explore how to effectively develop and/or manage a brand to enable your institution to create tools to communicate your promise and better reach your target market.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 61315
  • Schedule:
    • March 14, 2022 to April 03, 2022
Register for Branding

MGMT 0150 - Project Management

This course will focus on the project management life cycle and organization including project definition, cost benefit analysis, planning, scheduling, group dynamics, control and project completion.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 7
  • CRN: 61244
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

MGMT 0130 - Canadian Business Law

This course provides an overview of business law and a basic understanding of general terminology with respect to the nature and origins of law, law of torts, nature and law of contracts, negotiable instruments, and forms of ownership. On successfully completing this course, students will understand the various types of contracts, their use and special requirements.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 4
  • CRN: 61243
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

MGMT 0122 - The Practice of Change Management

This course explores theory and process of change and the practice of change management. Learners will explore various types of change and will apply that knowledge to assessing change impacts and developing appropriate change management plans and communications. Learners will also explore the role change management and how to be successful as a change management practitioner.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $495
  • Seats remaining: 18
  • CRN: 61241
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to March 06, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

LDRS 0540 - The Art and Practice of Team Leadership

This course will focus on a systems thinking approach to team learning and team leadership. It will encourage a systemic perspective to ensure organic communication with the immediate organizational environment and knowledge of influences of the environment on the team. It also aims at fostering appreciation of shared leadership in team work and its relevance in the context of current organizational demands. Learners will develop understanding of five critical principles that promote or stand in the way of effective teamwork and team leadership. At an applied level, learners will learn to express themselves authentically and with clarity so they can learn from each other. It will offer concrete ways to increase awareness, choices, and freedom with all the personal integrity, responsibility, and accountability those ideas imply. Specific tools will be offered for building enduring relationships and develop greater trust in groups and teams.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 2
  • CRN: 61225
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

CUCA 0122 - Supporting Students with Disabilities

This course will review the history of the disability movement and explain the distinctiveness of different types of disabilities. In addition, this course will discuss how “invisible” disabilities affect those with the disability as well as those around them. Also, we will be learning about how culture and background affect our understanding of this changing environment. This course will help us to understand the diversity among us, and give sound practices for being creative and making decisions on our campuses. We will be using Universal Design principles as a way of blending our differences for a friendly and productive campus.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 27
  • CRN: 61314
  • Schedule:
    • February 21, 2022 to March 13, 2022
Register for Supporting Students with Disabilities

FINC 0800 - Introductory Accounting for Business Tutorial

This is an optional tutorial. Additional costs apply.
  • Credit Hours: .25
  • Course fee: $0
  • Seats remaining: 22
  • CRN: 61218
  • Schedule:
    • April 02, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 12:00
    • February 19, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 12:00
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

MGMT 0110 - Organizational Behaviour

This course is designed to increase your understanding of human behaviour in the workplace. Topics include leadership, motivation, group dynamics and teamwork, problem solving, organization structure and change management.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 3
  • CRN: 61227
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

HRM 0100 - Managing the Human Resource Function

This course introduces the strategic management of the human resource functions within various types of organizations. While taking into account recent changes in the economic, social and legal environment, it examines the essential functions of recruitment, selection, performance management, training and development, health and safety, counselling, union/management relations and compensation.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 3
  • CRN: 61220
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

COUN 0258 - Anger Management

This course provides you with the opportunity to examine how to handle anger and how to change your anger patterns. You will learn how to integrate anger management techniques into your personal counselling techniques model.
  • Credit Hours: 1
  • Course fee: $340
  • Seats remaining: 20
  • CRN: 61336
  • Schedule:
    • April 02, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
    • March 28, 2022 to April 06, 2022
      • Mondays and Wednesdays, 18:00 to 21:00
Register for Anger Management

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.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $515
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2386
  • Schedule:
    • April 18, 2022 to May 02, 2022
      • Mondays and Wednesdays, 18:00 to 21:00
    • April 16, 2022 to April 23, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

COUN 0254 - Caring for the Caregiver

The concept of self-care encompasses a wide range of aspects that play an important role in staying healthy and thus enabling professionals to function at their optimum. This course is designed for a variety of helping profesionals who share common challenges in managing self-care. Through the use of discussion, group activities, and self-awareness exercises, students will explore the various factors that influence self-care, develop insight into their own self-care behaviour (both strengths and limitations), and construct some personalized self-care strategies.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $340
  • Seats remaining: 22
  • CRN: 61308
  • Schedule:
    • March 05, 2022 to March 19, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 16:30
Register for Caring for the Caregiver

COUN 0250 - Crisis Counselling

Counsellors are often confronted with having to help individuals deal with various life crises. This course shows how to integrate new material into existing counselling styles. Areas covered include determining what is a crisis, assessing an individual in crisis, establishing client safety, assessing suicide lethality, negotiating social service involvement and helping the client build their support network. Prerequisite: a grade of no less than C+ in COUN 0100.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $340
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2385
  • Schedule:
    • June 04, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
    • May 24, 2022 to June 02, 2022
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 18:00 to 21:00
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

COUN 0110 - Foundations of Case Management

This course will provide a foundation in the theory and practice of case management as it is currently practised in a range of agencies within and across education, health, insurance, criminal justice and social services, both in community and institutional settings. Students learn generic terminology and philosophical principles underlying case management. They identify essential core competencies and the components of a case management system. Because this course provides an overview of basic concepts and issues in case management, it is a prerequisite for further courses in case management.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $340
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2382
  • Schedule:
    • June 07, 2022 to June 28, 2022
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 18:00 to 21:00
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

CUCA 0150 - Aboriginal Students and the Post-Secondary Education Journey; Challenges and Successes

This course will review post-secondary Aboriginal strategies; examine successes; and lingering challenges and the possible next steps to increase student retention.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 25
  • CRN: 61859
  • Schedule:
    • March 14, 2022 to April 03, 2022
Register for Aboriginal Students and the Post-Secondary Education Journey; Challenges and Successes

MGMT 0192 - Quality Improvement: Principles and Procedures

The objectives of this course are to introduce you to statistical quality control techniques and illustrate how these techniques are used in practice. These concepts and procedures can be applied to both manufacturing and service industries.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $730
  • Seats remaining: 10
  • CRN: 61248
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.
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All courses

We offer three terms per year. Spring term registration opens in late November. Fall and Winter terms registration open around the end of May. If a course is not currently available, please check back again for the next term.

BUAN 0100 - Business Analysis Fundamentals

This course examines the professional roles and responsibilities of business analysts; provides an overview of the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK); and introduces BA concepts, methodologies, techniques, and tools. After outlining BA's historical and contemporary contexts, the course considers emerging trends and technologies that are shaping the field's future. Also explored are fundamental skills and competencies required to carry out BA tasks. Business Analysis Fundamentals is a prerequisite for all other core courses except MGMT 0520: Excellence in Communication.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 16
  • CRN: 61199
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

BUAN 0120 - Elicitation & Collaboration

This course addresses tasks that business analysts will perform to obtain information from and manage collaborations with stakeholders. It explores a variety of techniques for performing elicitation and collaboration activities. It also examines ways of overcoming challenges when applying these techniques in real world business situations. Methods for testing and confirming elicitation results are also addressed. Prerequisite: BUAN 0100.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 25
  • CRN: 61201
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to February 20, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

BUAN 0130 - Requirements Life Cycle Management

A fundamental purpose of requirements life cycle management is to ensure that business, stakeholder, and solution requirements remain productively aligned. This course explores how requirements emerge and interact, and how requirements can be effectively managed throughout their life cycle. The course also examines how solution requirements and designs are impacted by factors such as changing priorities, market fluctuations, and new information. Prerequisite: BUAN 0100.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2387
  • Schedule:
    • April 11, 2022 to May 22, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

BUAN 0150 - Solution Assessment & Validation

Solution evaluation involves assessing the performance and value of a solution in use by an enterprise, and seeking the removal of barriers or constraints that prevent the full realization of a solution's value. This course explores how to measure the performance of a solution and recommend concrete actions to increase value, or look for an alternative solution if necessary. Processes of business analysis validation, both generally and in relation to solution evaluation, are also examined. Prerequisite: BUAN 0100.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 29
  • CRN: 61202
  • Schedule:
    • February 21, 2022 to April 03, 2022
Register for Solution Assessment & Validation

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.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2388
  • Schedule:
    • May 23, 2022 to July 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

BUAN 0190 - Systems Design and Testing

The IT-focused course examines concepts and tools for designing, analyzing, and testing systems and introduces testing methodologies. The course also addresses: ways of determining the best type of testing for a given purpose; how to conduct testing within best practice parameters; and how to interpret and report testing results effectively. The course also explores modelling techniques used by analysts and the technological and software contexts in which system design and testing are situated. Prior completion of BUAN 0100 is strongly recommended.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2389
  • Schedule:
    • April 11, 2022 to May 22, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

CHRD 0106 - Senior University Administrators Course

An advanced management course for experienced administrators responsible for making institutional policy, including presidents, rectors, principals, vice-presidents, provosts, associate vice-presidents, treasurers, comptrollers, registrars, chief librarians, deans and senior directors of services. The curriculum examines legal issues and institutional policies, power and influence in the organization, restructuring issues, resource management, negotiation and conflict management, and the changing leadership role.
  • Credit Hours: 4
  • Course fee: $1036
  • Seats remaining: 0
  • CRN: 61822
  • Schedule:
    • January 25, 2022 to April 30, 2022
This section currently has no seats available.
Please contact Extended Education for information on waitlists, additional sections and future course offerings.
  • Credit Hours: 4
  • Course fee: $1036
  • Seats remaining: 0
  • CRN: 2378
  • Schedule:
    • May 01, 2022 to May 17, 2022
This section currently has no seats available.
Please contact Extended Education for information on waitlists, additional sections and future course offerings.

CHRD 0108 - University Management Course

A management course for administrators of academic and administrative units with direct responsibility for recommending and implementing policy, including department heads, chairs, associate deans, managers, directors of services and executive assistants. The curriculum examines human rights, administrative and contract law, financial management and planning, human resource management and conflict resolution.
  • Credit Hours: 4
  • Course fee: $708.75
  • Seats remaining: 0
  • CRN: 61823
  • Schedule:
    • January 25, 2022 to April 30, 2022
This section currently has no seats available.
Please contact Extended Education for information on waitlists, additional sections and future course offerings.
  • Credit Hours: 4
  • Course fee: $708.75
  • Seats remaining: 0
  • CRN: 2379
  • Schedule:
    • May 01, 2022 to May 19, 2022
This section currently has no seats available.
Please contact Extended Education for information on waitlists, additional sections and future course offerings.

COUN 0100 - Counselling Skills - Level I

This is the screening course of the Applied Counselling Certificate Program and is an opportunity for the instructor and the student to assess personal suitability and/or readiness to participate in the program. Students will be introduced to a client centred helping model and will learn, practice and begin to integrate the Level I counselling skills of attending, listening, empathy and probing. Self-awareness, as it relates particularly to values and attitudes congruent to the helping skills, will be examined throughout this course and in Levels II and III.
  • Credit Hours: 2.5
  • Course fee: $515
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2381
  • Schedule:
    • April 26, 2022 to May 19, 2022
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 18:00 to 21:00
    • May 14, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

COUN 0110 - Foundations of Case Management

This course will provide a foundation in the theory and practice of case management as it is currently practised in a range of agencies within and across education, health, insurance, criminal justice and social services, both in community and institutional settings. Students learn generic terminology and philosophical principles underlying case management. They identify essential core competencies and the components of a case management system. Because this course provides an overview of basic concepts and issues in case management, it is a prerequisite for further courses in case management.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $340
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2382
  • Schedule:
    • June 07, 2022 to June 28, 2022
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 18:00 to 21:00
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

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.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $515
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2383
  • Schedule:
    • July 23, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 16:00
    • July 05, 2022 to July 28, 2022
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 18:00 to 21:00
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

COUN 0202 - Counselling Theories

Basic assumptions and applications of several theories of counselling are covered including Adlerian, Person-Centred, Feminist, Gestalt and Cognitive. Consideration is given to fundamental issues in counselling, particularly the integration of theories with counselling practice. Prerequisite: a grade of no less than C+ in COUN 0100.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $515
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2384
  • Schedule:
    • April 30, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
    • May 03, 2022 to May 17, 2022
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 18:00 to 21:00
    • May 14, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

COUN 0240 - Working with Families

Working with families involves different dynamics, therapeutic skills and interventions than those used for counselling individuals or working with groups. Participants develop an understanding of systemic thinking and its application to working with families and explore a variety of therapeutic approaches and tools of intervention in family counselling. Prerequisite: a grade of no less than C+ in COUN 0100.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $515
  • Seats remaining: 1
  • CRN: 61307
  • Schedule:
    • February 19, 2022 to February 26, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
    • February 02, 2022 to March 02, 2022
      • Wednesdays, 18:00 to 21:00
Register for Working with Families

COUN 0250 - Crisis Counselling

Counsellors are often confronted with having to help individuals deal with various life crises. This course shows how to integrate new material into existing counselling styles. Areas covered include determining what is a crisis, assessing an individual in crisis, establishing client safety, assessing suicide lethality, negotiating social service involvement and helping the client build their support network. Prerequisite: a grade of no less than C+ in COUN 0100.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $340
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2385
  • Schedule:
    • June 04, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
    • May 24, 2022 to June 02, 2022
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 18:00 to 21:00
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

COUN 0254 - Caring for the Caregiver

The concept of self-care encompasses a wide range of aspects that play an important role in staying healthy and thus enabling professionals to function at their optimum. This course is designed for a variety of helping profesionals who share common challenges in managing self-care. Through the use of discussion, group activities, and self-awareness exercises, students will explore the various factors that influence self-care, develop insight into their own self-care behaviour (both strengths and limitations), and construct some personalized self-care strategies.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $340
  • Seats remaining: 22
  • CRN: 61308
  • Schedule:
    • March 05, 2022 to March 19, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 16:30
Register for Caring for the Caregiver

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.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $515
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2386
  • Schedule:
    • April 18, 2022 to May 02, 2022
      • Mondays and Wednesdays, 18:00 to 21:00
    • April 16, 2022 to April 23, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

COUN 0258 - Anger Management

This course provides you with the opportunity to examine how to handle anger and how to change your anger patterns. You will learn how to integrate anger management techniques into your personal counselling techniques model.
  • Credit Hours: 1
  • Course fee: $340
  • Seats remaining: 20
  • CRN: 61336
  • Schedule:
    • April 02, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
    • March 28, 2022 to April 06, 2022
      • Mondays and Wednesdays, 18:00 to 21:00
Register for Anger Management

COUN 0300 - Counselling Skills - Level III

Progressive practice of the skills learned in previous levels with specific reference to helping clients develop strategies for action, goal setting, planning and carrying out strategies. The ending process of the counselling relationship is also explored. Prerequisites: a grade of no less than C+ in BOTH of COUN 0100 and COUN 0200.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $515
  • Seats remaining: 0
  • CRN: 61309
  • Schedule:
    • January 11, 2022 to January 25, 2022
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 18:00 to 21:00
    • January 15, 2022 to January 22, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
This section currently has no seats available.
Please contact Extended Education for information on waitlists, additional sections and future course offerings.

COUN 0400 - Capstone Course

The capstone course will attempt to integrate material covered in previous courses, while introducing a range of new materials related to proposal writing, collecting data, analyzing data, and writing the final report. Prerequisites: a grade of no less than C+ in EACH of COUN 0202, COUN 0240, COUN 0242, and COUN 0300.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $515
  • Seats remaining: 13
  • CRN: 61310
  • Schedule:
    • April 02, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
    • February 01, 2022
      • Tuesdays, 18:00 to 21:00
    • March 08, 2022
      • Tuesdays, 18:00 to 21:00
    • March 29, 2022
      • Tuesdays, 18:00 to 21:00
    • January 29, 2022 to February 05, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 17:00
Register for Capstone Course

CSKL 0100 - Chemistry Skills

This course provides a review of high school chemistry. Upon fulfillment of the course requirements you will receive a pass/fail, acceptable to the Department of Chemistry as evidence of preparation for entry into selected University of Manitoba chemistry courses.
  • Credit Hours: 0
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 5
  • CRN: 61305
  • Schedule:
    • January 25, 2022 to April 21, 2022
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:00 to 11:15
Register for Chemistry Skills

CUCA 0106 - The Role of the Student and Student Needs

This course will serve as a primer in viewing students and student success from a wider perspective, which includes student development and understanding the needs of a diverse group of students. The course will also review the relationships between students and post secondary institutions as well as approaches to contemporary student issues (e.g. use of technology). Having knowledge about students and their needs can inform our work with students and thereby guide our interactions, the provision of services, and implementation of programs to foster student success.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 16
  • CRN: 61313
  • Schedule:
    • January 31, 2022 to February 20, 2022
Register for The Role of the Student and Student Needs

CUCA 0122 - Supporting Students with Disabilities

This course will review the history of the disability movement and explain the distinctiveness of different types of disabilities. In addition, this course will discuss how “invisible” disabilities affect those with the disability as well as those around them. Also, we will be learning about how culture and background affect our understanding of this changing environment. This course will help us to understand the diversity among us, and give sound practices for being creative and making decisions on our campuses. We will be using Universal Design principles as a way of blending our differences for a friendly and productive campus.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 27
  • CRN: 61314
  • Schedule:
    • February 21, 2022 to March 13, 2022
Register for Supporting Students with Disabilities

CUCA 0130 - Branding

A brand is the promise of the value your audience will receive and a bridge between your common goals. The Branding course will help you understand how the branding process allows your organization to define itself and develop the message you want to deliver to your audience. The course will explore how to effectively develop and/or manage a brand to enable your institution to create tools to communicate your promise and better reach your target market.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 61315
  • Schedule:
    • March 14, 2022 to April 03, 2022
Register for Branding

CUCA 0150 - Aboriginal Students and the Post-Secondary Education Journey; Challenges and Successes

This course will review post-secondary Aboriginal strategies; examine successes; and lingering challenges and the possible next steps to increase student retention.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 25
  • CRN: 61859
  • Schedule:
    • March 14, 2022 to April 03, 2022
Register for Aboriginal Students and the Post-Secondary Education Journey; Challenges and Successes

CUCA 0152 - Assessment of Academic Advising

Participants in this course will develop a definition of academic advising for their advising unit. They will set advising outcomes for students, advisors, and advising units and design a program of assessment for an advising unit. Students will also learn how to continue to use the program of assessment once it is developed.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 25
  • CRN: 61316
  • Schedule:
    • April 04, 2022 to April 24, 2022
Register for Assessment of Academic Advising

EDTC 0540 - Instructional Systems and Learning Technologies

This course will introduce students to models of instructional systems, current technologies and methods of implementing technology for e-learning. Students will explore the uses of technology and learn how technology may be applied in educational or professional online settings. This course would benefit new and more experienced instructional designers.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 30
  • CRN: 61210
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
Please contact Extended Education for information regarding future course offerings.

EDTC 0560 - Using Technology for Teaching and Training

Students will explore current online educational technologies and assess the appropriate ways to use them to engage learners in educational and training environments. This course is appropriate for professionals and educators who are interested in integrating technology into blended and/ or online teaching or training.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 29
  • CRN: 61211
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section is closed for registration.
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EDTC 0590 - Applied Project in E-Learning Design (Capstone)

Utilizing the strategies, tools, and techniques acquired in the program, students will complete a capstone project under the guidance of an instructor. A course project will be available, but ideally, each student will choose a project relevant to their professional situations. Prerequisite: A grade of no less than C in EDTC 0530 and EDTC 0540.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2393
  • Schedule:
    • April 11, 2022 to July 03, 2022
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FINC 0180 - Introductory Accounting for Municipal Managers

This is a practical introductory course providing a basic understanding of how accounting information is prepared and used. This course covers financial and management accounting topics including: an introduction to the accounting and financial reporting process and an analysis of balance sheets and income statements, a study of cost behaviour and estimation techniques, and the budgeting process.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $690
  • Seats remaining: 3
  • CRN: 61215
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
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FINC 0200 - Introductory Accounting for Business

Introductory Accounting for Business is concerned with the use, interpretation and analysis of accounting data. The accounting process is studied to provide an understanding of the principles used to prepare financial statements. In accounting theory, you will be exposed to generally accepted accounting principles and properly prepared financial statements. You will also be shown how to read and understand these statements, as well as to see the effect of routine business transactions upon them. Accounting for cost control and profit planning explores concepts such as job order costing, process costing and break-even analysis. Financial analysis deals with comparative analysis and methods used to identify financial strengths and weaknesses of the business. The objective is to make you a better manager, not a good accountant.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 1
  • CRN: 61216
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
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  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2394
  • Schedule:
    • April 11, 2022 to July 03, 2022
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FINC 0300 - Financial Management

Designed to give you a broad overview of the field, this course will introduce you to managerial finance, show how it relates to other functions of the organization and describe the role of finance in achieving organizational objectives. Particular attention will be focused on topics such as financial analysis, management of working capital, capital budget, short-term and long-term funding and cost of capital. Prerequisite: a grade of no less than C in FINC 0200.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 17
  • CRN: 61217
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
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  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2395
  • Schedule:
    • April 11, 2022 to July 03, 2022
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FINC 0800 - Introductory Accounting for Business Tutorial

This is an optional tutorial. Additional costs apply.
  • Credit Hours: .25
  • Course fee: $0
  • Seats remaining: 22
  • CRN: 61218
  • Schedule:
    • April 02, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 12:00
    • February 19, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 12:00
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FINC 0802 - Financial Management Tutorial

This is an optional tutorial. Additional costs apply.
  • Credit Hours: .25
  • Course fee: $0
  • Seats remaining: 30
  • CRN: 61219
  • Schedule:
    • April 02, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 12:00
    • February 19, 2022
      • Saturdays, 09:00 to 12:00
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HRM 0100 - Managing the Human Resource Function

This course introduces the strategic management of the human resource functions within various types of organizations. While taking into account recent changes in the economic, social and legal environment, it examines the essential functions of recruitment, selection, performance management, training and development, health and safety, counselling, union/management relations and compensation.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 3
  • CRN: 61220
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
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HRM 0124 - Workplace Health and Safety

For most organizations today, the health and safety of workers is paramount to a vibrant and effective workplace; thus, HR professionals must have a solid understanding of workplace health and safety issues, policies and legislation. This course provides students with the knowledge, skills, and practical application needed to develop and ensure compliance to modern health, safety and wellness poilicies and procedures. Topics include current legislation within Canada, workers compensation, hazards, risks and interventions, and wellness programs.
  • Credit Hours: 1
  • Course fee: $210
  • Seats remaining: 1
  • CRN: 61221
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to February 06, 2022
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HRM 0130 - Employee Communication and Coaching

This course prepares students to inform employees on matters which impact employee well-being. The topic employee communication addresses communication theory, orientation and briefing meetings, appeal and grievance procedures, staff newsletters and career workshops. The topic of coaching focuses on the professional principles, frameworks and tools needed to develop an effective coaching strategy for an organization.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 1
  • CRN: 61222
  • Schedule:
    • February 07, 2022 to April 03, 2022
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HRM 0210 - Total Compensation

This course is an introduction to compensation and benefits administration. Attention will be given to the means by which compensation equity is achieved in organizations. Topics covered include job analysis and design, job evaluation, development and use of wage and salary surveys and benefit policies and practices. The benefits part of the course will include a discussion of public and private benefit programs and pension plans.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 2
  • CRN: 61223
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
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LDRS 0540 - The Art and Practice of Team Leadership

This course will focus on a systems thinking approach to team learning and team leadership. It will encourage a systemic perspective to ensure organic communication with the immediate organizational environment and knowledge of influences of the environment on the team. It also aims at fostering appreciation of shared leadership in team work and its relevance in the context of current organizational demands. Learners will develop understanding of five critical principles that promote or stand in the way of effective teamwork and team leadership. At an applied level, learners will learn to express themselves authentically and with clarity so they can learn from each other. It will offer concrete ways to increase awareness, choices, and freedom with all the personal integrity, responsibility, and accountability those ideas imply. Specific tools will be offered for building enduring relationships and develop greater trust in groups and teams.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 2
  • CRN: 61225
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
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MGMT 0100 - Canadian Business: An Introduction

This course will introduce you to contemporary business management in the Canadian context. You will examine the management functions of planning, organizing, directing and controlling and the business functions of personnel, marketing, production and finance. You will learn basic business management concepts through class interaction. On completion, you will be aware of the fundamentals of today's managerial world and will be able to discuss current issues challenging Canadian business.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 3
  • CRN: 61226
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
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MGMT 0110 - Organizational Behaviour

This course is designed to increase your understanding of human behaviour in the workplace. Topics include leadership, motivation, group dynamics and teamwork, problem solving, organization structure and change management.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 3
  • CRN: 61227
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
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MGMT 0120 - Managerial Communication

Your success in business depends heavily on your ability to communicate efficiently and effectively. By successfully completing this course, you will be familiar with key strategies and skills in effectively handling both oral and written business communications (letter writing, report writing, and oral presentations). Other topics included are listening skills, resume and letter of application, and non-verbal communication.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 1
  • CRN: 61240
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
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MGMT 0122 - The Practice of Change Management

This course explores theory and process of change and the practice of change management. Learners will explore various types of change and will apply that knowledge to assessing change impacts and developing appropriate change management plans and communications. Learners will also explore the role change management and how to be successful as a change management practitioner.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $495
  • Seats remaining: 18
  • CRN: 61241
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to March 06, 2022
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MGMT 0130 - Canadian Business Law

This course provides an overview of business law and a basic understanding of general terminology with respect to the nature and origins of law, law of torts, nature and law of contracts, negotiable instruments, and forms of ownership. On successfully completing this course, students will understand the various types of contracts, their use and special requirements.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 4
  • CRN: 61243
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
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MGMT 0150 - Project Management

This course will focus on the project management life cycle and organization including project definition, cost benefit analysis, planning, scheduling, group dynamics, control and project completion.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 7
  • CRN: 61244
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
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MGMT 0192 - Quality Improvement: Principles and Procedures

The objectives of this course are to introduce you to statistical quality control techniques and illustrate how these techniques are used in practice. These concepts and procedures can be applied to both manufacturing and service industries.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $730
  • Seats remaining: 10
  • CRN: 61248
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
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MGMT 0202 - Staff Training and Development

This course focuses on contemporary organizational and staff development issues in public and private sector organizations within Canada. This course will focus on aspects of employer-sponsored learning, competencies, skills and methods used by Training and Development professionals, and the processes of training, needs analysis and evaluation. The course addresses organizational concerns such as performance improvement, transfer of training, organizational development and organizing the training function. Current practices and trends are also discussed.
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Course fee: $515
  • Seats remaining: 1
  • CRN: 61224
  • Schedule:
    • January 24, 2022 to April 03, 2022
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MGMT 0280 - Municipal Law

This course provides students with knowledge of those aspects of law which they are likely to encounter in the performance of their duties in municipal/community offices.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $690
  • Seats remaining: 0
  • CRN: 61249
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
This section currently has no seats available.
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MGMT 0400 - Strategic Analysis

In this final course in the CIM program, you will have the opportunity to apply the skills and knowledge accumulated in earlier courses to multi-dimensional case problems. Through case analysis and classroom discussion, you will learn and apply a business policy system and decision making model. The business policy system requires a disciplined approach to identifying strategy based on environmental, resources, and other issues. You will be expected to synthesize these issues and apply the decision making model to develop management action plans. Upon successful completion of this course, you will have developed an understanding of the processes of general management.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 22
  • CRN: 61250
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 03, 2022
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MGMT 0490 - Case Studies in Public Sector Management

This is an integrated capstone course designed to draw upon the student's earlier learnings in the field of public sector management. There will be extensive use of case studies. You will make extensive use of multi-dimensional case studies which expose you to real-life situations faced by public sector managers. Your learning will be re-enforced through study and discussion of the issues critical to managing in government today.
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 3
  • CRN: 61251
  • Schedule:
    • January 28, 2022
      • Fridays, 14:00 to 15:30
    • February 11, 2022
      • Fridays, 14:00 to 15:30
    • January 14, 2022
      • Fridays, 09:00 to 10:30
This section is closed for registration.
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MSKL 0100 - Mathematical Skills

You will learn how to apply mathematical skills to both elementary and computationally complicated situations, consistently and with confidence. Class format includes a review of fundamental concepts, demonstrations, problem solving, applications and regular testing, including final examination. Resources handbook available in UMLearn for download. These same resources can also be purchased in print version at the U of M Bookstore.
  • Credit Hours: 0
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 19
  • CRN: 61302
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to March 30, 2022
      • Mondays and Wednesdays, 19:00 to 21:00
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  • Credit Hours: 0
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 20
  • CRN: 61304
  • Schedule:
    • January 11, 2022 to March 31, 2022
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 19:00 to 21:00
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PDAL 0110 - Program Design

This course introduces aspects of program design such as design analysis, learning outcomes, and development of materials. Course includes a 6-hour applied project component. No prerequisite requirement but it is strongly recommended that students complete Adult Learners prior to enrolling.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 13
  • CRN: 61203
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to February 20, 2022
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PDAL 0140 - Technology in Learning

This course explores different educational technologies and examines their potential impact on formal and informal learning. Course activities will include in-depth engagement with learning technologies and development of one or more artifacts that may serve as foundational applied project components. Course includes a 6-hour applied project component. No prerequisite requirement but it is strongly recommended that students complete Adult Learners prior to enrolling.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2390
  • Schedule:
    • April 11, 2022 to May 22, 2022
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PDAL 0150 - Diversity and Accommodation

This course raises awareness and provides students with practical skills required to create inclusive learning environments, and deepen understanding of responsibilities surrounding learner accommodation. Course activities will contribute to development of tools (e.g. practical strategies, policy) to effectively teach diverse learners, which may be incorporated into the applied project. Course includes a 6-hour applied project component. No prerequisite requirement but it is strogly recommended that students complete Adult Learners prior to enrolling.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2391
  • Schedule:
    • May 23, 2022 to July 03, 2022
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PDAL 0160 - Program Evaluation

This course provides students with the tools to assess the learning experience and determine whether learning objectives have been achieved. Course includes a 6-hour applied project component. No prerequisite requirement but it is strongly recommended that students complete Adult Learners prior to enrolling.
  • Credit Hours: 1.5
  • Course fee: $310
  • Seats remaining: 18
  • CRN: 61209
  • Schedule:
    • February 21, 2022 to April 03, 2022
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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).
  • Credit Hours: 1
  • Course fee: $210
  • Seats remaining: 32
  • CRN: 2392
  • Schedule:
    • June 06, 2022 to July 03, 2022
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PSKL 0100 - Physics Skills

This course provides a review of high school physics. Upon fulfillment of the course requirements you will receive a pass/fail, acceptable to the Department of Physics as evidence of preparation for entry into selected University of Manitoba physics courses.
  • Credit Hours: 0
  • Course fee: $620
  • Seats remaining: 17
  • CRN: 61306
  • Schedule:
    • January 10, 2022 to April 04, 2022
      • Mondays, 18:00 to 21:00
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TESL 0130 - Teaching in Practice: Reading and Vocabulary

This course introduces students to current and effective practices in the teaching of reading and vocabulary. Students will gain skills, knowledge and practical experience in creating various types of reading activities for the ESL class. In addition, students will be introduced to the principles behind and strategies to teaching English vocabulary. Time will also be spent evaluating various reading and vocabulary resources that are currently on the market.
  • Credit Hours: 1
  • Course fee: $210
  • Seats remaining: 31
  • CRN: 61213
  • Schedule:
    • February 07, 2022 to March 06, 2022
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TESL 0140 - Assessment and Evaluation

This course helps students to differentiate between assessment and evaluation and to understand the contexts in which each is preferable. Students will be introduced to initial and ongoing needs assessment as well as formative, summative and alternative assessment types and strategies. Practical and effective means of conducting student evaluations-with and without testing-will also be examined. Students will have the opportunity to evaluate sample tests in terms of criteria presented in this course.
  • Credit Hours: 1
  • Course fee: $210
  • Seats remaining: 30
  • CRN: 61214
  • Schedule:
    • March 07, 2022 to April 03, 2022
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