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Online Learning at the Mount

At the Mount, we're committed to helping you achieve your academic goals as they fit into your career and personal aspirations. Our  programming, accessible technologies and personalized teaching environments offer you the tools and flexibility to take your next step.

As an online learner, you'll connect to peers and knowledgeable faculty via our digital learning management systems, Moodle and Blackboard Collaborate, that make possible real-time and interactive classroom exchanges.


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Online Programs and Courses


Moodle and Collaborate Resource Centre

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 Quick Guide - Moodle and Collaborate

 


Victorian Monsters

A public lecture series offered in partnership with the Halifax Public Libraries, Fridays at 1:30pm at the Keshen-Goodman Library Branch at 330 Lacewood Drive

Join Dr. Karen Macfarlane (Associate Professor with the Mount Department of English) for an entertaining and eye-opening exploration of the relation between some of the more famous Victorian monster texts (Dracula, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde) and some lessor known works, and their place in the society that they reflect.  >>More

 

Academic Calendars

The Academic Calendar is a Senate-approved comprehensive guide to programs and courses, and is the official record of academic policies and procedures. View Academic Calendars »

Online Course Offerings

2016 summer online course offerings will be available for viewing on Tuesday, February 2, 2016 at 10:00am. 

Registration for summer online courses will open on Tuesday, February 9, 2016 at 10:00am.



summer Summer 2016fall     Fall 2016winter Winter 2016

Interested in taking English 1171 online this summer?  Check out the video below to learn all about it!

 


Programs (offered entirely or primarily online)

Undergraduate Degrees

Bachelor of Arts - Child and Youth Study
Bachelor of Arts - General Studies
Bachelor of Business Administration
Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management

Certificate Programs

Accounting
Business Administration
Marketing
Tourism and Hospitality Management

Diploma Programs

Diploma in Business Administration
Tourism and Hospitality Management

Graduate Degrees

Master of Education - Educational Psychology (Blind or Visually Impaired; Deaf or Hard of Hearing)

Master of Public Relations/Master of Arts (Communication)


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Contact Information

General Inquiries
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Physical Location
E. Margaret Fulton Communications Centre | Room 106