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Carleton University offers a variety of flexible online courses via synchronous, asynchronous and blended.
To reflect the current public health crisis, Carleton’s Winter 2021 courses are being offered through online methods of teaching. The most up-to-date course offerings are available on Carleton Central and through the public class schedule.
Carleton’s decisions about course delivery continue to be informed by the guidelines set by public health authorities and government regulations.
Carleton University Graduate Students’ Association (GSA)
Represents the full- and part-time graduate students registered at Carleton. One of the GSA’s primary goals is to promote communication between grad students and the university administration.
Carleton University – Credit Transfer Information
Once students have applied to Carleton, their previous studies will be assessed for transfer credit on a case by case basis, subject to degree, grade and program requirements.
Carleton University – Centre for Indigenous Initiatives
Carleton University – Centre for Indigenous Initiatives aims to increase the recruitment and retention of Aboriginal students, faculty and staff at Carleton by ensuring Aboriginal cultures, traditions, and worldviews are respected and represented on campus.
Resources on How to Study Online Successfully (SOS)
|Carleton Online||Online Learning Resources||Website with text||Online courses offer flexibility and convenience, but they also present unique challenges that traditional face-to-face courses do not. This website shares resources to help students succeed, including navigating online courses, learning strategies and best practices, time management, the learning space, interaction and engagement, and more.||Click here|