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Previous Course Offerings

Fall 2016

September 6th, 2016 - December 16th, 2016

  • GLST 651 - Critical Approaches to Global Change
  • GOVN 540 - Global Governance and Law
  • HERM 542 - Issues in Planning Historic Places
  • MAIS 601 - Making Sense of Theory in the Arts and Social Sciences
  • MAIS 602 - Researching Society and Culture
  • MAIS 603 - Community Development
  • MAIS 606 - Academic Writing for Graduate Students
  • MAIS 616 - Writing the Self: The Experience and Potential of Writing for Personal Development
  • MAIS 620 - Digital Storytelling
  • MAIS 625 - Critical Perspectives in Cultural Studies
  • MAIS 642 - Program Planning, Evaluation, and Instructional Methods in Adult Education
  • MAIS 645 - Understanding Work and Learning
  • MAIS 658 - Doing Disability Differently
  • MAIS 665 - Cultural Studies: Reflections, Democratic Possibilities, and Futures
  • MAIS 700 - Capstone Course: Integrating your MA-IS Studies and Research
  • MAIS 752 - Special Topics Graduate Seminar
  • HERM 501 – Issues in Heritage Resources Management; CANCELLED

Spring 2016

May 2th, 2016 - August 12th, 2016

  • EDST 632 - Global Education
  • EDST 645 - Curriculum: Provoking Inquiry
  • EDST 647 - Critical Multicultural Education In Canada
  • GOVN 505 - Innovative Public Management
  • MAIS 601 - Making Sense of Theory in the Arts and Social Sciences
  • MAIS 602 - Researching Society and Culture
  • MAIS 604 - Planning and Action for Community Change
  • MAIS 606 - Academic Writing for Graduate Students
  • MAIS 644 - Adult Education, Community Leadership, and the Crisis of Democracy
  • MAIS 662 - Mourning and Trauma: Theoretical and Historical Debates
  • MAIS 700 - Capstone Course: Integrating your MA-IS Studies and Research

Winter 2016

January 4th, 2016 - April 15th, 2016

  • EDST 630 - Transformative Learning for Social Change
  • EDST 635 - Foundations of Education in Canada
  • EDST 646 - Educational Administration, Policy, Leadership and Change
  • ENVS 689 - The Political Ecology of Global Environment Change
  • HERM 501 - Issues in Heritage Resources Management
  • HERM 561 - Advanced Issues in Interpretive Programming
  • MAIS 601 - Making Sense of Theory in the Arts and Social Sciences
  • MAIS 602 - Researching Society and Culture
  • MAIS 606 - Academic Writing for Graduate Students
  • MAIS 610 - Organizational Perspectives: Images, Issues, Practices
  • MAIS 616 - Writing the Self: The Experience and Potential of Writing for Personal Development
  • MAIS 617 - Creative Non-Fiction
  • MAIS 618 - English in Question: Critical Reflections on the Rise of a Global Language
  • MAIS 623 - Introduction to Trends in New Media: Digital Humanities
  • MAIS 626 - Art and Crime
  • MAIS 658 - Doing Disability Differently
  • MAIS 663 - Critical Race Theory in Global Context
  • MAIS 700 - Capstone Course: Integrating your MA-IS Studies and Research
  • PSYC 589 - Learning Disabilities: Issues and Interventions CANCELLED

Not open to MyAU registrations; See Note 1 below.

  • MDDE 601 - Introduction to Distance Education and Training
  • MDDE 612 - Experiential Learning
  • MDDE 614 - International Issues in Open and Distance Learning
  • MDDE 651 - Gender Issues in Distance Education

Not open to MyAU registrations; See Note 2 below.

  • MHST 604 - Leadership Roles in Health
  • MHST 620 - Culture and Health: Critical Perspectives

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Be sure to check out our listing of Individualized Study courses, available at the start of every month. Students must register one month in advance of intended start date.

Note 1: For MDDE electives, The Centre for Distance Education registration deadlines and course registration fees apply. Enrollment may be limited. Students may be prioritized according to status. Not open for MyAU registrations; use Alternate Course Registration form.

Note 2: For MHST electives, The Centre for Nursing and Health Studies registration deadlines and course registration fees apply. Enrollment may be limited. Students may be prioritized according to status. Please note that the focus of the MHST courses listed above is geared toward health care practitioners. Not open for MyAU registrations; use Alternate Course Registration form.

Course Offering is contingent on a minimum enrollment of 10 students/course Athabasca University reserves the right to modify the list of available courses at any time.

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Updated October 11 2016 by Student & Academic Services

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