Online Bachelor's Degree Programs in Canada

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As a result of completing this E-Commerce program from Athabasca University, students should be able to show basic understanding of subject matter related to marketing, statistics, financial accounting, management accounting, finance, economics, information systems, strategic management, organizational behaviour and commercial law
As a student in Athabasca University‘s English program, you will read a wide range of works from diverse genres, countries, and historical periods, analyze forms, styles, and ideas in terms of a variety of literary theories, from feminist to postcolonial. You will exercise and develop skills in critical thinking, interpretation, and writing.
The BSc in Environmental Management is an integrated, interdisciplinary program that provides the skills, knowledge and tools to identify and assess the qualitative, scientific, and technical components of environmental issues. Students will acquire and apply relevant skills and knowledge in the fields of environmental ecology, atmospheric and ocean sciences, geomorphology, soil sciences, environmental hydrology and remediation.
Your passion for sustainable solutions drew you to a career within the environmental sector. To realize the change you‘d like to see, you need a balance of practical knowledge and real-world application. This approach is exercised throughout the Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Practice curriculum, and especially in the final phase of the program where you select to complete either a 75-hour practicum or major research paper.
If you are a high energy go-getter who wants to work in an industry with high demands and high rewards, the Bachelor of Commerce: Finance - Post Diploma offered by Athabasca University may be the degree for you!
Athabasca University offers the Bachelor of Commerce: Finance degree program.
The UNBC/ECU joint degree in Fine Arts and Creative Writing is an interdisciplinary project-based degree that links creative writing and studio practice within a critical context.
The UNBC/ECU joint degree in Fine Arts and Creative Writing is an interdisciplinary project-based degree that links creative writing and studio practice within a critical context.
As a graduate of Athabasca University‘s French Major program, you will attain a sufficient degree of competence in oral and written French to communicate effectively, to analyze texts and to write critical essays.
The Bachelor of Health Administration - Post Diploma is open to holders of approved two- or three-year diplomas from an accredited college or technical institute. Students complete the program regulations in effect at the time of their enrolment. All diplomas presented must be approved for credit by Athabasca University.
Athabasca University‘s Bachelor of Health Administration program is designed to help health care administrators and managers meet these challenges. By developing organizational, analytical, and managerial skills, the program enables graduate students to seek innovative ways of meeting the increasing demands on Canada‘s health care system.
The BA in Health and Community Services is ideally suited for those who want to support health and social service organizations to provide just, effective, inclusive and community-sensitive services. This undergraduate program is focused on community-based approaches to health promotion, disease and injury prevention and the coordinated provision of effective health and community services.
Behind every effective health-care institution is a robust system for managing health services information. Health information managers are proficient at collecting, storing, processing, analyzing and communicating information that is used to plan, research, provide and evaluate health-care services. 
Athabasca University offers a variety of undergraduate History courses. You can take these courses as a visiting student and earn credit towards a credential at another university; alternatively, you can pursue either a three-year B.A. with Athabasca with a concentration in History or the BA in History program
The study of history is anything but restricted. The subject encompasses all aspects of human experience in all parts of the world. History also recognizes that the lives of ordinary people are as full of interest and significance as those of famous leaders.
The Bachelor of Human Resources and Labour Relations (Post Diploma) from Athabasca University offers a number of admission routes for business and non-business diploma-holders.
The Bachelor of Human Resources and Labour Relations degree from Athabasca University addresses all aspects of human resource management, labour relations and human resource development. A post-diploma BHRLR is also available for those already holding an acceptable credential.
The Bachelor of Science Human Science - Post Diploma is offered by Athabasca University‘s Centre for Science. Students must have successfully completed an approved science-related technician or technology diploma program in allied health (e.g., respiratory therapy, radiation therapy, medical laboratory technology, paramedic program) or nursing from an accredited college or institute of technology before enrolling in the BSc(PD)-HS.
The Bachelor of Science Human Science - Post Diploma is offered by Athabasca University‘s Centre for Science. Students must have successfully completed an approved science-related technician or technology diploma program in allied health (e.g., respiratory therapy, radiation therapy, medical laboratory technology, paramedic program) or nursing from an accredited college or institute of technology before enrolling in the BSc(PD)-HS.
After completing this BSc in Human Science degree course from Athabasca University, student should be able to demonstrate skilled, adept presentation of scientific ideas and practices in writing.
After completing this BSc in Human Science degree course from Athabasca University, student should be able to demonstrate skilled, adept presentation of scientific ideas and practices in writing.
The Humanities at Athabasca University is an interdisciplinary program that draws upon a variety of academic areas, including art history, classics, cultural studies, communications studies, history, literature, music, philosophy, and religious studies.
The Humanities at Athabasca University is an interdisciplinary program that draws upon a variety of academic areas, including art history, classics, cultural studies, communications studies, history, literature, music, philosophy, and religious studies.
The Indigenous Social Work Program is a culturally-specific program that is recognized and accredited by the Canadian Association of Social Work Education (CASWE). The goal of the program is to provide an accredidited Social Work degree that offers knowledge, skills, and experience to work effectively with Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities.
Students of the BA major in Information Systems from Athabasca University will gain a critical understanding of the social, cultural, political and economic implications of the use of information systems. In addition to gaining the skills of processing, using, and managing information, students will gain an understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of Information Systems.