DISTANCE LEARNING AT UBC

Distance learning covers a wide range of programs and courses.

Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology

CTLT partners with UBC Faculties and departments to plan, develop, and deliver over 120 full-credit distance education courses.

CONTINUING STUDIES

Non-credit courses and programs are available 100% online and in formats that blend face-to-face sessions with significant online components.

OPTIONAL-RESIDENCY MFA PROGRAM, CREATIVE WRITING

Canada's first distance education MFA in Creative Writing.

SAUDER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

The Real Estate Division, Sauder School of Business, is Canada’s leading real estate distance educator.

REHABILITATION SCIENCE ONLINE PROGRAMS

The UBC Rehabilitation Science Online Programs (RSOP) lead the way in practice-driven graduate programs.

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

The Faculty of Education at UBC is committed to making education accessible by delivering programs, courses and workshops through Distance Education.
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Distance Learning Courses and Programs

UBC has been a dual-mode institution for more than 60 years. Distance learning has changed over time to meet and anticipate demands from communities of all levels. From undergraduate courses to full Master's programs, UBC is working to extend access to education beyond the boundaries of its campuses.

Learn more about UBC's distance learning courses and programs for:


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What is Distance Learning at UBC?

Distance learning is just another way to learn. UBC continues to work towards creating a quality learning environment, while balancing your needs for flexibility and balance. You have a choice of taking classes within an online classroom, corresponding with UBC faculty and instructors, or joining special off-campus programs. No matter where you are and what you do, you will always have the opportunity to take advantage of world-renowned programs and resources that the university has to offer.

With distance learning at UBC, anywhere can be a place of mind.

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