Extended Education Student Services office

Voluntary Withdrawal and Refund Dates

Voluntary Withdrawal deadlines vary by course. Students will be refunded through the same method as their payment was received. Students who paid by cash will be issued a cheque. Processing times for refunds for payments made by cash or cheque may take up to 6 weeks.

Fall 2021

Course Title CRN Last day to drop course for 100 per cent Refund (End of Revision Period) Last day to withdraw (VW)
BUAN0100 Business Analysis Fundamentals 21038 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
BUAN0110 Planning and Monitoring 21039 20-Sep-21 11-Oct-21
BUAN0140 Strategy & Enterprise Analysis 21040 01-Nov-21 22-Nov-21
BUAN0910 Special Topics: Business Analysis IT 21041 01-Nov-21 22-Nov-21
BUAN0920 Special Topics: Indigenous Business Perspectives & Practices 21042 20-Sep-21 01-Oct-21
CHRD0102 Heads & Chairs: Challenges in Academic Leadership 22125 30-Sep-21 21-Oct-21
CHRD0110 Advising Essentials 21088 14-Sep-21 27-Sep-21
CHRD0122 Introduction to Higher Education in Canada 21723 20-Sep-21 04-Oct-21
CHRD0124 Indigenous Perspectives in Higher Education 21724 18-Oct-21 01-Nov-21
CHRD0126 Students in Higher Education 21725 15-Nov-21 29-Nov-21
COUN0100 Counselling Skills - Level I 21094 15-Sep-21 01-Oct-21
COUN0200 Counselling Skills - Level II 21095 26-Oct-21 15-Nov-21
COUN0200 Counselling Skills - Level II 22270 26-Oct-21 15-Nov-21
COUN0242 Working with Groups 21096 24-Nov-21 10-Dec-21
COUN0252 Understanding Family Violence 21587 13-Oct-21 22-Oct-21
COUN0902 Special Topics in Counselling 2 21718 23-Nov-21 7-Dec-21
CSKL0100 Chemistry Skills 21084 27-Sep-21 22-Nov-21
CUCA0100 Financial Management and Budgeting 21089 16-Nov-21 29-Nov-21
CUCA0104 Powerful Communication Through Writing 21090 14-Sep-21 27-Sep-21
CUCA0116 Leadership 21091 05-Oct-21 18-Oct-21
CUCA0150 Aboriginal Students and the Post-Secondary Education Journey; Challenges and Successes 21092 26-Oct-21 08-Nov-21
EDTC0530 Instructional Design for E-Learning 21046 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
EDTC0550 Foundations of Teaching Online 21047 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
EEAS0120 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning 21093 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
FINC0200 Introductory Accounting for Business 21051 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
FINC0300 Financial Management 21052 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
FINC0330 Public Finance and Budgeting 21053 16-Sep-21 07-Oct-21
FINC0380 Municipal Accounting 21054 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
FINC0800 Introductory Accounting for Business Tutorial 21055 22-Oct-21 03-Dec-21
FINC0802 Financial Management Tutorial 21056 22-Oct-21 03-Dec-21
HRM0100 Managing the Human Resource Function 21057 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
HRM0110 Human Resource Legislation 21058 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
HRM0122 Recruitment and Selection 21059 11-Oct-21 15-Nov-21
HRM0126 Strategic Human Resource Planning 21060 11-Oct-21 15-Nov-21
HRM0128 Measuring Human Resource Efficiency and Effectiveness 21735 19-Sep-21 3-Oct-21
HRM0134 Ethics and Social Responsibility 21061 11-Oct-21 01-Nov-21
HRM0202 Labour Relations 21736 18-Oct-21 08-Nov-21
LDRS0500 United Way of Winnipeg Leadership Development 21063 22-Aug-21 17-Oct-21
LDRS0500 United Way of Winnipeg Leadership Development 21064 13-Sep-21 08-Nov-21
MGMT0100 Canadian Business: An Introduction 21065 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
MGMT0110 Organizational Behaviour 21066 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
MGMT0124 Managing Organizational Change 21087 27-Sep-21 01-Nov-21
MGMT0130 Canadian Business Law 21068 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
MGMT0140 Introduction to Marketing 21069 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
MGMT0180 Municipal Administration 21070 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
MGMT0190 Quality Assurance Planning 21071 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
MGMT0192 Quality Improvement: Principles and Procedures 21072 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
MGMT0202 Staff Training and Development 21062 11-Oct-21 15-Nov-21
MGMT0292 Building the Business Case for Advanced Manufacturing 21073 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
MGMT0390 Current Issues in Public Sector Management 21074 11-Nov-21 02-Dec-21
MGMT0400 Strategic Analysis 21075 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
MSKL0050 Basic Skills in Mathematics 21076 12-Oct-21 29-Nov-21
MSKL0100 Mathematical Skills 21077 27-Sep-21 16-Nov-21
MSKL0100 Mathematical Skills 21078 27-Sep-21 16-Nov-21
MSKL0100 Mathematical Skills 21079 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
MSKL0100 Mathematical Skills 21080 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
MSKL0100 Mathematical Skills 21081 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
MSKL0100 Mathematical Skills 21082 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
MSKL0100 Mathematical Skills 21083 27-Sep-21 15-Nov-21
PDAL0100 Adult Learners 21043 20-Sep-21 11-Oct-21
PDAL0120 Needs Assessment 21044 01-Nov-21 22-Nov-21
PDAL0170 Applied Project 21045 15-Nov-21 29-Nov-21
PSKL0100 Physics Skills 21085 27-Sep-21 22-Nov-21
TESL0100 Fundamentals of Teaching English as a Second Language 21048 27-Sep-21 01-Nov-21
TESL0110 Teaching in Practice: Grammar Fundamentals 21049 29-Nov-21 13-Dec-21
TESL0170 Practicum 21050 04-Oct-21 22-Nov-21

Winter 2022

Course Title CRN Last day to drop course for 100 per cent Refund (End of Revision Period) Last day to withdraw (VW)
ADED0250 Adult Literacy: From Theory to Practice 61197 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
BUAN0100 Business Analysis Fundamentals 61199 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
BUAN0120 Elicitation & Collaboration 61201 17-Jan-22 07-Feb-22
BUAN0150 Solution Assessment & Validation 61202 28-Feb-22 21-Mar-22
CHRD0128 The Higher Education Administrative Professional 61311 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
COUN0240 Working with Families 61307 08-Feb-22 25-Feb-22
COUN0254 Caring for the Caregiver 61308 07-Mar-22 14-Mar-22
COUN0258 Anger Management 61336 29-Mar-22 04-Apr-22
COUN0300 Counselling Skills - Level III 61309 12-Jan-22 21-Jan-22
COUN0400 Capstone Course 61310 31-Jan-22 28-Mar-22
CSKL0100 Chemistry Skills 61305 24-Jan-22 21-Mar-22
CUCA0102 Mission, Culture, and Governance in Higher Education 61312 11-Jan-22 24-Jan-22
CUCA0106 The Role of the Student and Student Needs 61313 01-Feb-22 14-Feb-22
CUCA0122 Supporting Students with Disabilities 61314 22-Feb-22 07-Mar-22
CUCA0130 Branding 61315 15-Mar-22 29-Mar-22
CUCA0150 Aboriginal Students and the Post-Secondary Education Journey: Challenges and Successess 61859 15-Mar-22 29-Mar-22
CUCA0152 Assessment of Academic Advising 61316 05-Apr-22 18-Apr-22
EDTC0540 Instructional Systems and Learning Technologies 61210 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
EDTC0560 Using Technology for Teaching and Training 61211 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
EEAS0120 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning 61317 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
EEAS0122 Machine Learning Algorithms and Frameworks 61320 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
FINC0180 Introductory Accounting for Municipal Managers 61215 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
FINC0200 Introductory Accounting for Business 61216 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
FINC0300 Financial Management 61217 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
FINC0800 Introductory Accounting for Business Tutorial 61218 18-Feb-22 01-Apr-22
FINC0802 Financial Management Tutorial 61219 18-Feb-22 01-Apr-22
HRM0100 Managing the Human Resource Function 61220 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
HRM0124 Workplace Health and Safety 61221 17-Jan-22 31-Jan-22
HRM0130 Employee Communication and Coaching 61222 14-Feb-22 21-Mar-22
HRM0210 Total Compensation 61223 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
LDRS0540 The Art and Practice of Team Leadership 61225 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
MGMT0100 Canadian Business: An Introduction 61226 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
MGMT0110 Organizational Behaviour 61227 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
MGMT0120 Managerial Communication 61240 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
MGMT0122 The Practice of Change Management 61241 17-Jan-22 21-Feb-22
MGMT0130 Canadian Business Law 61243 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
MGMT0150 Project Management 61244 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
MGMT0190 Quality Assurance Planning 61247 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
MGMT0192 Quality Improvement: Principles and Procedures 61248 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
MGMT0202 Staff Training and Development 61224 07-Feb-22 14-Mar-22
MGMT0280 Municipal Law 61249 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
MGMT0292 Building the Business Case for Advanced Manufacturing 61734 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
MGMT0400 Strategic Analysis 61250 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
MGMT0490 Case Studies in Public Sector Management 61251 21-Jan-22 10-Feb-22
MSKL0050 Basic Skills in Mathematics 61301 09-Feb-22 23-Mar-22
MSKL0100 Mathematical Skills 61302 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
MSKL0100 Mathematical Skills 61303 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
MSKL0100 Mathematical Skills 61304 24-Jan-22 14-Mar-22
PDAL0110 Program Design 61203 17-Jan-22 07-Feb-22
PDAL0130 Facilitation and Instruction 61204 17-Jan-22 07-Feb-22
PDAL0160 Program Evaluation 61209 28-Feb-22 21-Mar-22
PSKL0100 Physics Skills 61306 24-Jan-22 21-Mar-22
TESL0120 Teaching in Practice: Speaking and Listening 61212 17-Jan-22 31-Jan-22
TESL0130 Teaching in Practice: Reading and Vocabulary 61213 14-Feb-22 28-Feb-22
TESL0140 Assessment and Evaluation 61214 14-Mar-22 28-Mar-22

Information about courses

From applying to withdrawing, auditing, overrides and more, get the details here.

Course Withdrawals

Unless otherwise stated, students withdrawing from a course during the posted registration/revision period (the time period during which you can register for courses and/or drop courses and receive a tuition refund) will be eligible for a tuition refund. Withdrawals during this period will not be recorded on official transcripts.

Following the registration/revision period, students may voluntarily withdraw from courses before the Voluntary Withdrawal (VW) date. The withdrawal will be recorded on official transcripts as “VW” but tuition will not be refunded.

Students cannot withdraw from a course after the VW date without academic penalty. A Fail Grade (F) will appear on the student record.

Withdrawals from courses after the Voluntary Withdrawal date has passed may be granted by the Student Advisor on compassionate or medical grounds. Supporting documentation is required. Normally dropping after the withdrawal end date will result in a “Fail”, but students may apply for an “Authorized” withdrawal (AW) on compassionate or medical grounds.

Authorized Withdrawal Form (PDF)

Retroactive Withdrawal

After the end of term, authorization for a retroactive withdrawal may be given by the Area Director. A retroactive withdrawal will change a failed grade to a grade of “W”. A retroactive withdrawal is an unusual privilege, not a right; supporting documentation is required. Depending on the situation, a Retroactive Withdrawal may be applied to the entire term.

Request for a Retroactive Withdrawal are to be submitted by the student in writing to the Area Director responsible for the program.

Course extensions and grades

Course extensions for term work will be granted at the discretion of the instructor or academic administrator. As grades must be entered into Banner, a grade of F will be entered until a grade change is authorized. Cross listed courses or courses laddering into a degree will follow the appropriate faculty policy.

Students are required to complete all assignments, quizzes, tests and exams as identified in the course outlines. If, by the end of the term, the student requires additional time to complete their course work then the student may fill in the Request for Time Extension for Completion of Term Work Form (PDF) and submit it to their instructor for approval. This does not apply to final exams.

Repeats

Students are permitted to repeat non-degree courses within Extended Education. The last grade will stand as their recorded grade. While registration will restrict their selection initially, the student can approach their Student Advisor to have the restriction removed for the next term. This restriction is in place to allow the Student Advisor an opportunity to check in with the student on the reason for the repeating the course.

Auditing Courses

To audit a course, a student must have the permission of the Student Advisor and be enrolled in the program. Normally, a student must meet program and course prerequisites in order to audit a course. A student auditing a course is not entitled to take part in evaluated course work (e.g. tests and assignments), nor write examinations in the audited course. Students shall not receive academic credit for audited courses. The registration fee is 50 per cent of the course fee.

The instructor must provide a written note approving the request for auditing. This is to be submitted to the Student Advisor before the student applies for the course. When registering for the course, select audit course on the registration form. Contact student advisor

Overrides

Prerequisite Overrides

Requests for prerequisite overrides must be approved by the Student Advisor. The student may encounter restrictions while selecting courses each term. Prerequisites (or co-requisites) are restrictions that ensure students take courses in the correct order. If a restriction blocks the student from continuing then they are to contact their Student Advisor or speak with Student and Instructor Services. These restrictions may be lifted under some circumstances.

Capacity Overrides

Requests for capacity overrides must be approved by the Student Advisor. The student may encounter restrictions while selecting courses each term. Capacity restrictions ensure that a class does not exceed the number of planned seats for the scheduled facilities. If a restriction blocks the student from continuing to register, they should contact their Student Advisor. These restrictions may be lifted under some circumstances and Extended Education may provide an additional section of the course.

Information about exams

If you are unable to attend a scheduled exam, here is an option.

  • Alternate exams

    An alternate final exam may be made available at a charge to students who are unable to attend the scheduled exam due to business conflicts, travel, personal reasons or religious reasons. An application must be made no later than five business days prior to the scheduled final exam. The application will be approved by the Student Advisor. A fee will be charged. Student will be informed of the time and place of the new exam.

    Instructors will create a new exam paper for these students.Once the exam has been completed, the instructors will mark and calculate the final grade. The instructor will complete a Change of Grade form and submit it as soon as possible.

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  • Deferred exams

    If a student misses a final examination for medical, compassionate or religious reasons, they may be granted a deferred examination. Applications must be filed within 48 hours of the date of the missed examination. A medical certificate or otherwise appropriate documentation may be required. The student will be informed of the time and place of the new exam.

  • Instructors will create a new exam paper for these students. Once the exam has been completed, the instructors will mark and calculate the final grade. The Instructor will complete a Change of Grade form and submit it as soon as possible.

    Deferred Exam Form (PDF)

Grades and credits

  • Grade structure

    Final grades in most courses are expressed as letters, from D (the lowest passing grade) to A+ (the highest). Each letter grade has an assigned numerical value which is used to calculate grade point average (GPA). Some courses are graded on a pass/fail basis and because no numerical value is assigned to these courses, they do not affect a student’s GPA. Courses graded in this manner are clearly identified in course descriptions and program outlines.

  • Multiple choice test sheet A+ score
  • Grade final appeals

    Prior to submitting a formal appeal, students are encouraged to meet with their course instructor and/or program coordinator to seek resolution on the matter. With their feedback, this may result in a change in grade.

    If no resolution is found, then a formal final grade appeal must be filed with Extended Education. An application fee will apply. For any final grade that is changed, the fee will be refunded. Final grade appeals will not result in a lower grade.

  • Required documentation (incomplete submissions will not be considered):

    • Completed Extended Education Final Grade Appeals Form.
    • Rationale that identifies issues such as error(s) in mark tabulation or other procedural irregularities in assigning the final grade
    • Cover letter outlining concerns related to the appeal.
    • Final Grade appeals must be made within 15 working days of the first day of classes for the subsequent term.

    Extended Education Final Grade Appeals Form (PDF)

Order your transcript

Cost

Official transcripts can be ordered for $14.55 each.

Current students/Students after May 2014

Current students and students who took certificate courses and/or individual non-degree courses from Extended Education AFTER May 2014 must order their transcripts ONLINE through Aurora.

Students before May 2014

Students who took certificate courses and/or individual non-degree courses with Extended Education BEFORE May 2014 must order their transcripts. Complete the Extended Education Transcript Request Form (PDF).

Credits

From transfer credit to challenge for credit and prior learning assessment, here is the information.

Transfer Course Credit Form (PDF)

Transfer Credit

Transfer credit requests, based on official academic history—the record of courses completed at a post-secondary institution (may also include information such as credit transfers, GPA, final grades, repeated courses, etc.), are considered on a course equivalency basis and assigned a University of Manitoba equivalency where possible. In cases where a direct equivalent does not exist, students may receive general (unallocated approved elective credit based on prior learning that is not considered equivalent to specific courses, but that still meets the learning outcomes of a program) elective credit or program hours.

Students may apply for transfer credit either at the time of acceptance into a program or during the program period. The total transfer credit accepted into a program will not exceed one-half (1/2) of the total number of courses or hours required to complete the program. Only courses completed within the last 10 years will be considered for transfer credit.

Transferring courses from other institutions will be performed free of charge to new students at the time of program enrolment.

Transfer credit policies do not apply for students seeking admission to one of the 12-month Intensive Program Packages (consisting of a Certificate and Letter of Accomplishment).

If the student’s course already appears on the Course Equivalency database then approval will be simple. If it does not, then the Course Credit Committee will be required to review the course outline provided by the student before making a decision on the request.

Required documentation

Completed Transfer Course Credit form

An official/original grade transcript including the course(s) under consideration for credit. For CED courses, a student report will suffice.

A course outline for the course(s) completed. It must include the contact hours and/or course objectives, textbook and materials required and the method of student evaluation.

Complete a Transfer Course Credit form (PDF)

Substitutes

The student will complete the Request for Course Credit form for a substitute course credit and submit it to the Student Advisor responsible for the program in which the student is registered. The request must be supported by a clear rational backed up by appropriate documents (e.g., transcripts or certificates showing related studies, course outline).

It is advisable that applicants would receive written approval from the Student Advisor prior to registering for a substitute course, although approval of a successfully completed course is possible.

Complete a Request for Course Credit Form

Challenge for Credit

The purpose of Challenge for Credit is to provide students with some means of obtaining academic credit (not otherwise obtainable as a transfer credit) for practical training and experience, or study previously completed.

To be eligible to challenge for credit a student must first be admitted to a non-degree program. Students will be required to demonstrate their competence in the course(s) which they are challenging for credit. The assessment methods for Challenge for Credit may vary by course. Formal, written examinations may be required as the method of assessment.

Students are not allowed more than one challenge attempt per course. The total credit accepted into a program on the basis of challenge will not exceed one-half (1/2) of the total number of courses or hours required to complete the program. Students who have applied to challenge may not attend classes in the course(s) for which they request a Challenge for Credit.

A fee may apply for Challenge for Credit. Students should contact the Student Advisor for information regarding requirements, methods of assessments and fees.

Types of Challenge for Credit

  1. Challenge for Credit

    The student will apply in writing for a Challenge for Credit to the Student Advisor responsible for the program in which the student is registered. The request must be supported by a clear rational backed up by appropriate documents (e.g., transcripts or certificates showing related studies, work experience). Fees: A non-refundable application fee as well as a portion of the assessed tuition fee. A fee based on the cost of the full course tuition must accompany the student’s written request.

  2. Credit based on Seminar Studies

    The student must submit a letter to the Academic Advisor and receive preliminary approval for Credit for Seminar Study at least two weeks prior to the start of the seminar. The student’s letter should include: Title of seminar, workshop, or course Instructor/facilitator information, name of sponsoring institution, description of the course and copy of brochure/advertising if available, number of credits or contact hours of the seminar A non-refundable challenge fee, A statement of learning objectives for attending the seminar (including how this seminar is expected to further the student’s learning related to the certificate program), and fees: A fee assessed based upon the number of credits the student is applying for (up to 20 or 20 and above)

  3. Prior Learning Assessment

    The student may discuss past work experience or training with the student administrator to determine whether they have any prior learning which leans itself to meet the learning outcomes of any of the courses within their program. This prior learning may contribute towards the meeting of requirements of a credit or unallocated (approved elective credit based on prior learning that is not considered equivalent to specific courses, but that still meets the learning outcomes of a program) credit (elective).
    The discussion with the student advisor will help the student determine whether the prior learning or transfer of credits is a more appropriate route to RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning).

    The student must have a detailed list of learning outcomes in which to compare their prior learning against. There are few courses where this level of detail has been provided. The instructor of the course in question may need to be called upon – which carries an additional cost to EE.

    If the student decides to proceed then they will write a letter to the student advisor making the formal request. They must also include a payment of the initial non-refundable assessment fee.

    The student will discuss what additional steps will be required. The student will then declare whether they would like to proceed or not. If the student does decide to proceed then the remaining fee will be due.

    The student will meet as often as necessary with the instructor to determine how they will match their knowledge and skills against the outcomes of the course or program.

    The student may need to complete any gaps in learning as identified by the instructor during the assessments together.

    Fees: An initial assessment fee following by the remaining (full) fee if the student decides to proceed.

Disciplinary Action

Extended Education will follow the University’s policy regarding University Disciplinary Action (UDC). Students may appeal Disciplinary Actions by submitting an appeal UDC Appeal Form. The appeal will be heard by the Extended Education Appeals Committee.

UDC Appeal Form (PDF)


All student disciplinary matters, with the exception of matters involving sexual harassment and academic dishonesty, shall be dealt with informally in the first instance by the disciplinary authority having the closest connection with the particular alleged violation as perUniversity Procedures.

Fees

When applying to a program, a non-refundable Application Fee applies.

Application fees

Extended Education will charge a Program Application fee. The application fee may be waived at the discretion of the Area Director.

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    Canadian citizen or landed immigrant Application Fee

    $100.00

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    International student Application Fee

    $300.00

Contact us

Extended Education
185 Extended Education Complex
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus)
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada

204-474-8800
Toll free: 1-888-216-7011 ext. 8800