Online Learning

Students who are currently enrolled in an online course can access their course through the
Moodle: Online Course Site.

Established in 1925, Emily Carr is an accredited post secondary institution in art, design, and media, with close to 2000 students from Canada and around the world. We are a recognized leader in the development and delivery of both studio and theory credit courses in art, design, and media over the Internet.

Our programs range from first-year courses in creative processes, visual communication, and art history to upper level courses in interactive media, photography, design history, and professional practices. In addition, there is a growing cluster of exceptional courses in Aboriginal art practices and art history.

Our professors are nationally and internationally recognized artists, designers, writers, and academics who work in a broad range of media.

All of our online courses are credit courses and can be taken towards an Emily Carr University of Art + Design degree or transferred to another institution. This requires admission to Emily Carr.

Demonstration Online Courses

Please take a moment to try our demonstration online courses. By clicking on any of the course titles below you can view a demonstration version of an actual course. To see a course description, click on the thumbnail image.

FNDT-108 demo Creative Processes



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SOCS-201 demo Intro to Cultural Theory

HUMN-306 demo Studies in Design Humanities: Pacific Rim Applied Design

HUMN-311 demo Visual Arts Seminar: Art Talk

FNDT-143 demo Aboriginal Drawing and Painting Studio

AHIS-330 demo Studies in Contemporary Aboriginal Art History