Online Learning

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