After a year-long study of its partnership programs at Alberta colleges, Athabasca University has decided to align its course delivery practices with the university’s regular online delivery model. These changes will be phased in over the coming year.
Effective April 30, 2016, Athabasca University will be discontinuing on-site classroom courses at MacEwan University.
AU’s number one priority is to ensure our Bachelor of Professional Arts in Criminal Justice degree students are supported during this transition.
Student in the Bachelor of Professional Arts (Criminal Justice) post-diploma degree programs, may continue to complete Athabasca University (AU) courses online, through individualized study as a full-or part-time student.
Student Advising: Bachelor of Professional Arts in Criminal Justice students can connect with an academic advisor in AU’s Learning Support Services Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Mountain Time
Online information request form: http://advising.athabascau.ca/web_form.php
Fax: 403-298-2922 (Calgary) or 780-497-3411 (Edmonton)
Please have your AU Student ID number ready and access to your AU DegreeWorks. AU will be able to assist you with transfer credit questions and determining which AU courses you need to take through individualized study, to complete your degree requirements.
If you have completed a MacEwan University program approved for block transfer credit, AU will grant you a specified number of credits toward an AU degree. You can also access AU’s Transfer Credit database tool: https://secure3.athabascau.ca/tcas/
Once you have been advised by Athabasca University, you can register for online individualized study courses online through AU’s online registration service.
Updated April 25 2016 by Collaborations and Student recruitment