What is eCourses Manitoba?
Hundreds of courses. One website. We work with Manitoba’s public universities and colleges to connect students with many of Manitoba's online courses in all sorts of subjects. Our staff supports students every step of the way.
What does eCourses offer?
We offer many services for students:
- We make online learning options more accessible by putting the majority of Manitoba's online courses in one place.
- We work directly with our post-secondary partner institutions to make it easier for students to acquire and transfer course credits.
- We offer phone, email, and online chat support to answer any questions you might have.
- We work with our partners to reduce or eliminate certain fees for students who want to complete an online course.
Which post-secondary institutions are partners in eCourses Manitoba?
Who can take online courses listed on the eCourses website?
Anyone can register for the certificate, diploma, or professional learning courses. If you’re not a current student, you may also be eligible to take degree courses. However, you’ll need to apply to the university or college offering the course before you can register.
Students who are active at any of our partner universities or colleges can take degree courses from our catalogue. If the course is offered by a university or college that isn’t your home, you must take the course on a Letter of Permission. You should talk to an academic advisor if you’re unsure whether a course fits your program of study.Open direct link to this article
I don’t have a home institution. Can I register for a course?
It depends on the course you wish to take. Certificate, diploma, and professional learning courses are available to anyone. However, ‘degree’ courses are only available to students who are currently studying with one of our seven partners. If you have more questions, get in touch with our Virtual Help Desk for answers.Open direct link to this article
Will I graduate from eCourses?
No. eCourses Manitoba is not a university or college. It is a service you can use to find online courses offered by our post-secondary partners. Even if the course you choose isn’t offered by your home institution, we can help you register.Open direct link to this article
Is it possible to complete an entire degree or diploma online?
It depends on what you want to study. Some universities and colleges have programs with that option. If you’re interested in completing a degree, contact the Admissions office at each university to see which of their programs are available online. For a college diploma or certificate, refer to this article at Red River College for a list of online programs. Assiniboine Community College also offers a number of online programs.
You can also supplement the courses offered at your home institution by transferring online courses from other institutions. Just ask our Virtual Help Desk if you have questions about this process.Open direct link to this article
What is the Virtual Help Desk?
The Virtual Help Desk is Campus Manitoba’s chat, email, and phone service that helps you navigate Manitoba’s public post-secondary system. We provide hands-on help to students who are using eCourses Manitoba to find online education.
Our friendly and knowledgeable staff also offers support for general matters concerning Manitoba’s post-secondary system.
Using the Virtual Help Desk is easy: simply click the blue box in the bottom-right corner of any page, introduce yourself, and ask a question. If it’s between 8:30 and 4:30 CST from Monday to Friday, we’ll answer right away. Other times, we’ll get an email and reply as soon as we see it. You can also contact us during our regular hours by phone at 1-866-445-0063. Prefer email? Submit a question through our contact form.Open direct link to this article