Undergraduate Admission, Queen's University, Canada

Queen's Online

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Queen’s Online

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

English
OUAC code: QOE

Global Development Studies
OUAC code: QOG

History
OUAC code: QOH

Liberal Studies
OUAC code: QOL

Psychology
OUAC code: QOP


Bachelor of Science (BSc)
OUAC code: QLO


Bachelor of Health Science, Honours (BHScH)
OUAC code: QHO


Bachelor of Mining Engineering Technology (BTech)

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Welcome to the world of online learning at Queen’s! Choose from fully-online degrees in English, Global Development Studies, Psychology, History, Liberal Studies, Life Sciences, Mining Engineering Technology, and Health Sciences; take an online professional certificate such as Employment Relations or Media Studies; or select from a wide range of online courses.

Why Study Online at Queen’s?

A QUALITY QUEEN’S EDUCATION: Our online courses and programs have the same learning outcomes as the on-campus versions.

ACCESSIBILITY: Today’s technology allows you to take Queen’s online courses or earn your degree from anywhere in the world!

FLEXIBILITY: Customize your course load to work with your job, family and personal commitments.

INTERACTION: Course materials incorporate videos, podcasts, problem sets, group work and self-assessment quizzes. And, you’ll be able to chat with your classmates, professor, and teaching assistants along the way! 

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Fully-Online Programs

Arts Degrees

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

English

OUAC code: QOE

When you study English Literature at Queen’s, you will learn to read perceptively, analyze clearly, and above all communicate effectively. Students explore the literary canon, including writers such as Shakespeare, Austen, and Brontë, but also engage with current forms such as graphic novels and works of contemporary writers. 

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Global Development Studies

OUAC code: QOG

Learn strategies to craft positive social change through online courses that examine the multiple notions of freedom, democracy and progress that inform different visions of development. Students will gain effective communication skills and learn to critically appraise diverse arguments and interpretations including Aboriginal and Indigenous perspectives on settler colonialism. 

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History

OUAC code: QOH

Today’s employment marketplace seeks individuals who are critically informed, culturally literate, capable of synthesizing information and adept at creating and managing knowledge. Study History online at Queen’s and you will acquire such skills while examining the roots of contemporary societies throughout the world. 

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Liberal Studies

OUAC code: QOL

Explore how the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences have shaped much of our daily lives through courses in four modes of critical thought: scientific inquiry and reasoning, insights into contemporary society and culture, critical perspectives on history, and writing. This online program will help you develop adaptable skills for any career path or life activity. 

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Psychology

OUAC code: QOP

What animal is the smartest? What persuasion techniques work best? How is our gender identity formed? Explore these questions and more through the online study of development, cognition, motivation and social behaviour. Students will test theories, evaluate scientific evidence and apply this knowledge to everyday life while developing effective communication, collaborative, and technical skills

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Science Degrees

Health Sciences

Bachelor of Health Sciences, Honours (BHScH)
OUAC code: QHO

Bachelor of Health Science, Honours (BHScH) The Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHScH) program is an online degree, purpose-built to provide graduates with a pathway to future studies in the health professions. It’s an ideal degree for students ultimately interested in gaining admission to medicine, rehabilitation therapy, biomedical research, and a wide variety of other health professional and graduate degree programs. 

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Life Sciences

Bachelor of Science (BSc)
OUAC code: QLO

Bachelor of Science, General (BSc) Develop a strong grounding in basic sciences, and then focus on the biomedical sciences such as human anatomy, physiology, microbiology and pharmacology. This online program will foster an interdisciplinary perspective to your understanding of today’s diseases and disorders.

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Mining Engineering Technology

Bachelor of Mining Engineering Technology (BTech)

Bachelor of Mining Engineering Technology (BTech) BTech is a degree program designed to meet the needs of the modern mining industry and of college-educated professionals looking to advance their career and education. Designed for engineering technologists and technicians or any student who has completed at least two years of university study in a relevant science field, the program features customized bridge courses and two years of online university study, including onsite field placements in Kingston and Haileybury, ON. 

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Certificates

Academic Writing

Good writing skills can enhance your learning, enable you to communicate more effectively and prepare you for future academic or workplace writing tasks. This 12-unit online certificate gives you the opportunity for these skills to be certified and recognized by potential employers. You will learn to plan, outline, write, and revise documents such as essays, lab reports, and annotated bibliographies. 

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Employment Relations

Designed to provide students with an additional credential that will support them in seeking entrylevel jobs in labour relations and human resources management, the Certificate in Employment Relations will appeal to students who are interested in the theory, policy, and legal frameworks behind the employment relationship, and how these can be applied should they choose to work in the employment relations field. 

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Law

The Queen’s Certificate in Law is Canada’s only undergraduate law program to be offered by a law faculty both online and in a blended format on campus. The Certificate in Law focuses on the major statutes, policies and cases for each area of law addressed by certificate courses. Students will learn the historical, social, and economic forces shaping the law; the basics of legal reasoning; how to develop, articulate and justify a position; and how recent domestic and international trends and agreements affect the law. 

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Media Studies

Interested in media, marketing and digital culture? In our Certificate in Media Studies, you will learn how media has evolved over time and the impact of everyday media use on the formation of identities, perceptions and lifestyles. Explore a variety of popular media forms and genres while earning a specialized certificate that communicates to employers your practical skills in media studies and production.

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Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Creativity (QEIC - ENIN)

The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Certificate is the first of its kind, bringing together nine different Faculties, Schools, Departments and service units. Housed within the Faculty of Arts and Science and the Dan School of Drama and Music, this certificate was designed to allow students to develop an entrepreneurial mindset and to execute entrepreneurial innovation. Students will have the opportunity to study and practice skills in marketing and promotion as well as finance and business planning. Through a variety of interdisciplinary courses, students will be challenged to develop an entrepreneurial mindset while brainstorming, researching, designing and communicating ideas for innovation together with peers, end users, leadership teams, potential investors and various other key stakeholders. 

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French for Professionals

Designed to provide students with the necessary language skills to effectively work in a bilingual professional environment, the Certificate in French for Professionals will help both new learners and current professionals establish the written and oral communication skills required to meet the specific needs of their workplace. Students will enhance their effective communication skills by applying new vocabulary and expressions in daily interactions, learning how to tailor language for specific business contexts, and constructing documentation necessary for workplace success. Through core courses, students will analyze case studies, participate in role-play activities, and create collaborative projects that simulate real work situations related to their professional area of interest.

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Global Action and Engagement 

This fully online certificate is for students seeking preparation for overseas work or volunteer and community engagement opportunities and who are looking to better understand global development issues and contexts. Through a variety of online courses, students will work collaboratively to investigate development changes, critically reflect on the relationship between development theory and practice, and propose and evaluate action-oriented solutions. Through the certificates core courses, students will take an interdisciplinary approach to the exploration of concepts related to the political, economic, social and cultural forces that shape contemporary global interactions. 

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