Several Canadian universities have online courses and degree opportunities, including McGill University, The University of Frederiction and University of Manitoba. While McGill University's focus is on its on-campus courses, the school offers several online programs, whereas The University of Fredericton's programs are entirely online. University of Manitoba offers several bachelor programs online, including a bachelor of arts, bachelor of social work and bachelor of arts integrated studies.
University of Manitoba was founded over 140 years ago as the first university located in western Canada. As of July, 2015, the school offers more than 140 courses online. Some of the majors and minors offered online include Canadian studies, English, geography, political studies, anthropology, computer science and family social sciences. The university also offers courses through collaboration with Canadian Virtual University.
The University of Frederiction is an online university that focuses on business and management. It offers several certificate programs, such as disability management, applied ergonomics, and health, safety and environmental processes. The university also offers several Executive MBA and MBA programs. Students can choose form several concentrations, including health and safety leadership, real estate leadership and global leadership.
Other Canadian universities with online courses and programs for students to consider are Canadian Virtual University, Yorkville University, eCampus Alberta, Thomson Rivers University, Laurentian University, Athabasca University and Royal Roads University.