Online Bachelor's Degree Programs in Canada

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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.
The Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies program offers a BA with an emphasis on professional communication, environmental practice, justice studies, or business – or a combination thereof. You personalize your education by complementing these RRU courses with courses selected from other post-secondary institutions.
The Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies program offers a BA with an emphasis on professional communication, environmental practice, justice studies, or business – or a combination thereof. You personalize your education by complementing these RRU courses with courses selected from other post-secondary institutions.
The Bachelor of Interior Design at the RCC Institute of Technology is a leading program with in-class and online delivery. A practitioner oriented and skills-based approach will prepare you for a rewarding career as an interior designer in a growing and competitive marketplace.
Athabasca University‘s Labour Studies program is designed for students who want to know more about the position of labour and working people in society. It will be of particular interest to trade unionists at both the leadership and general membership levels. Offerings include courses in labour history, work organization, women and unions, and the theory and practice of trade unions.
Athabasca University‘s Labour Studies program is designed for students who want to know more about the position of labour and working people in society. It will be of particular interest to trade unionists at both the leadership and general membership levels. Offerings include courses in labour history, work organization, women and unions, and the theory and practice of trade unions.
As a result of completing this Bachelor of Management - Human Resources Management program from Athabasca University, students should be able to demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of the activities and decisions that inform the employment relationship, including recruitment, selection and training of employees, health and safety, employment law, and motivation and productivity.
Athabasca University offers the Bachelor of Management degree program. As a result of completing this program, students should be able to show basic understanding of subject matter related to accounting, communication theory and practices, computing and information systems, management science, organizational behaviour, economics, and business/commercial law and show understanding and ability to apply the subject matter in hypothetical situations.
As a result of completing this Bachelor of Management: Human Resource Management - Post Diploma program offered by Athabasca University, students should be able to demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of the activities and decisions that inform the employment relationship, including recruitment, selection and training of employees, health and safety, employment law, and motivation and productivity.
The Bachelor of Management: Indigenous Nations and Organizations (Post Diploma) program from Athabasca University is designed in response to remarkable changes in the educational needs of Indigenous peoples, particularly the need for business-related education.
The Bachelor of Management: Indigenous Nations and Organizations (Post Diploma) program from Athabasca University is designed in response to remarkable changes in the educational needs of Indigenous peoples, particularly the need for business-related education.
The Bachelor of Management: Indigenous Nations and Organizations (INO) Major from Athabasca University is designed in response to remarkable changes in the educational needs of Indigenous peoples, particularly the need for business-related education.
The Bachelor of Management: Indigenous Nations and Organizations (INO) Major from Athabasca University is designed in response to remarkable changes in the educational needs of Indigenous peoples, particularly the need for business-related education.
Athabasca University offers the Marketing - Post Diploma degree program. The Bachelor of Management program provides you with a broad, critical perspective of management in public and private organizations and the knowledge and skills needed to make immediate and meaningful contributions in a variety of management and leadership roles.
Your Athabasca University (AU) online Bachelor of Management: Marketing will prepare you to tackle the marketing challenges of any organization, as well as to take on associated management responsibilities in finance, operations, and human resources for your unit or department.
This unique program in Nursing: Post LPN from Athabasca University offers a broad liberal university education designed specifically for the licensed practical nurse. As you continue working in your field, you can remain in your community and complete your baccalaureate nursing theory courses in our flexible learning environment.
The Nursing: Post RN program from Athabasca University emphasizes advanced theoretical and practical knowledge related to nursing informatics, nursing research, primary health care, leadership, management, and family and community health promotion.
The Bachelor of Science Physician Assistant degree (BScPA) is a full-time professional, second-entry undergraduate degree program, based in the Department of Family and Community Medicine (DFCM) in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto (U of T).
Our fully online Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Policing program is unlike any other found in Canada. We are dedicated to providing you with the skills and education that you need to advance in your career. Our interdisciplinary program will provide you with the skills to evaluate and apply different understandings of our rapidly changing modern communities to your day-to-day work experiences.
As a graduate of Athabasca University‘s Political Economy program, you will get the opportunity to develop a greater appreciation of diverse polities, economics, cultures, and regions of the world. The course selection allows you to critically engage with Canadian and global political and economic issues in an era of globalization.
The BA in Political Science from Athabasca University is a valued liberal arts degree that will serve a variety of educational and professional needs in the public, private, and non-profit sectors in Canada and globally.
The Bachelor of Professional Arts program from Athabasca University is a four-year program designed for students who have completed an approved two-year diploma or equivalent from an accredited college or institute of technology. Some students may qualify to earn additional credits through prior learning assessment.
The Bachelor of Professional Arts: Governance, Law and Management major (BPA–GLM) is offered by the Centre for Social Sciences from Athabasca University.
The Bachelor of Professional Arts: Human Services program offered by Athabasca University is a degree-completion program that brings together your knowledge from education and work in the human services fields (early childhood, child and youth care, all areas of counselling, services to persons living with disabilities, child care education, rehabilitation, social services, and corrections, to name a few) with the field's theory and research to complete a university degree.
Athabasca University‘s Psychology is designed to develop or expand your knowledge of the broad field of psychology. Both the concentration and major degree programs will provide grounding in foundational courses central to psychology as a science.