St Mary’s University Online Courses
What are Online Programs?
Saint Mary’s Univeristy is please to offer credit courses online in the areas of Arts, Science and Commerce through a World Wide Web delivery format. Students are able to access courses in the convenience of their homes and offices, while participating in an
interactive and innovative learning environment.
If you are interested in taking university courses, on a full-time or part-time basis, please contact the Division of Continuing Education at (902)420-5492 to set up an appointment. Students are advised to consult the Academic Calendar for course descriptions and information concerning course prerequisites.
Complete information on taking Online Courses is available on our eLearning centre site.
|ACCT||2242||2WW||Introductory Managerial Acc||24376|
|ASTR||1010||2WW||Life in the Universe||22291|
|ASTR||1010||2WX||Life in the Universe||22292|
|CRIM||2304||2WW||Canadian Crim Justice System||20452|
|CRIM||3220||2WW||Race, Racism & Colonialism||24506|
|ECON||1202||2WW||Principles of Macroeconomics||24383|
|ENGL||1205||2WW||Introduction to Literature||21926|
|ENGL||1205||2WX||Introduction to Literature||22246|
|ENGL||2364||2WW||The Modern Novella||24042|
|ENGL||3331||2WW||History of Children’s Lit||22255|
|GEOG||1200||2WW||People, Place & Environment||23651|
|GEOL||1203||2WW||Earth His: Atlantic Can Perspe||24139|
|HIST||1203||AYW||The Twentieth Century||20672|
|HIST||3420||2WW||Hist of Sport & Leisure||24581|
|HIST||3450||2WW||Film and History||24121|
|MGMT||2383||2WW||Micro Organizational Behavior||24395|
|MGMT||3385||2WW||Human Resource Management||20557|
|MGMT||4485||2WW||Wage and Salary Administration||22123|
|MMCC||5120||2||Comparative Co-op Practice I||23834|
|MMCC||5130||2||Financial Management I||23835|
|MMCC||5140||2||Marketing the Advantage I||23836|
|MMCC||5220||2||Comparative Co-op Practice II||24230|
|MMCC||5230||2||Financial Management II||24231|
|MMCC||5240||2||Marketing The Advantage II||24232|
|PSYC||1210||2WW||Mind and Brain||23994|
|PSYC||1260||2WW||Personality: Normal and Abnorm||20881|
|PSYC||1260||2WX||Personality: Normal and Abnorm||22576|
|PSYC||3320||2WW||Psychology and Law||23996|
|PSYC||3335||2WW||Abnormal PSYC: Hist & Theory||20884|
|PSYC||3347||2WW||Longevity and Aging||20801|
|PSYC||3349||2WW||Drugs and Behavior||24346|
|PSYC||3360||2WW||Applied Sport Psychology||22578|
|PSYC||3393||2WW||Psychology of Leadership||22939|
|PSYC||4426||2WW||Personnel Training & Develop||21440|
|RELS||3330||2WW||Spirituality in the Workplace||21982|
|SOCI||3220||2WW||Race, Racism & Colonialism||24507|
Application and Registration
Taking courses through Saint Mary’s University is a two step process consisting of application to the University and registration for courses.
For admission requirements please refer to our Apply Online section.
Once accepted to the university, students are now able to register for courses online through the Banner Self-Service system.
For new students, a student ID number (example: A00000000) will be included in your acceptance package with a Personal Identification Number (PIN) to access the Banner Self-Service system.
Please Note: Students are advised to consult the current Academic Calendar for course descriptions and information concerning course prerequisites.
Courses historically taught over the academic year are now split into 2 parts and students must register for both parts . These courses are identified by the section letters XX and YY. Extension courses are identified by an X or Y preceding the two letter suffix in the course number, eg. XDA and YDA etc.
|X and Y = 6 Credit Hours (Full credit)
WW and WX = Web Courses
Note: Credits have been replaced by credit hours
|.1 = 3 credit hours (half credit)
.2 = 3 credit hours (half credit)
|Students registering for an X course MUST register in the Y course of the same number, e.g. Hist 2340.XDA and Hist 2340.YDA|