Carleton University Online (CUOL), is the University’s initiative to provide alternative and flexible access to many Carleton University credit courses. Now in its 34th year of operation, more than 80 000 students from the Ottawa area, and around the world have used CUOL distributed courses to learn and complete a University degree program. Learn more.
CDNS/FINS 2510, Introduction to Québec Society Prof. Anne Trépanier [0.5 credit] When offered: Fall 2013 In this course, we will do a survey of geographical, historical, demographical, cultural, political and social developments in Québec, from the colonial period to the present. This online course is intended to provide students with a broad understanding of the ... more
Due to scheduled updates, the Video On Demand service will not be available on the morning of April 29th. Work will take place between 8:30 am and noon and service will be restored to normal by the afternoon. We apologize for any inconvenience. Update – work is complete and VOD is back online.... more
PLEASE NOTE the following CUOL, Rogers Channel 243 Broadcast Time changes for the Summer 2013 term. BIOL 1010T will be aired Wednesdays and Saturdays, 11am – 2pm. PSYC 1001T will be aired Tuesdays and Fridays, 11am – 2pm. ERTH 2401T will be aired Mondays and Wednesdays, 5pm – 8pm. LAWS 3307T will be aired Tuesdays ... more