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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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Moodle and Collaborate Resource Centre 


Student and faculty resource information, technical and system requirements, training services and technical support. More »

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Free Public Lecture Series

Shakespeare and his Rivals

In partnership with Halifax Public Libraries, this public lecture series is presented by Dr. Chris Ferns, Professor Emeritus, Department of English, Mount Saint Vincent University and is held at the Keshen-Goodman Library every Friday at 1:30pm.  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

summer Summer 2015fall     Fall 2015winter Winter 2016

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

Business Administration
Tourism and Hospitality Management

Diploma Programs

Business Administration
Tourism and Hospitality Management

Graduate Degrees

Master of Education - Curriculum Studies 

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

Master of Public Relations/Master of Arts (Communications)

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Contact Information

General Inquiries | 902-457-6511 | 1-800-665-3838

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Exam Inquiries

Evening and Weekend Support

Physical Location
E. Margaret Fulton Communications Centre | Room 106