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The Université de Moncton Continuing Education offers many programs and courses through its Edmundston, Moncton and Shippagan campuses and also in Bathurst and Campbellton. For the entire network of the Université, this department organises and supports continuing education and professional development courses, day training sessions, workshops, conferences and seminars for part-time students.
Don’t know where to start with part-time studies? Take a first step: contact us! We’ll be glad to assist you!
Edmundston Office
(506) 737-5057
Moncton Office
(506) 858-4121
Shippagan Office
(506) 336-3408
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FAQ - University Courses

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An ID (student identification number) is issued upon admission. For students who do not require to be admitted to a program, you will find your ID on your payment receipt after course registration. The first time you log into MANIWeb (Student Information System), use your temporary PIN (password); it is your date of birth in "YYMMDD" (Year/Month/Day) format. You can access MANIWeb at http://www.umoncton.ca/monudem.

Submit your admission application to the Continuing Education Customer Service department by telephone, in person or online. The requisite documents are available at http://www.umoncton.ca/edperm/admission.

Undergraduate and graduate programs offered via the Continuing Education Office are listed at http://www.umoncton.ca/edperm/programmes.

The process of obtaining recognition for theoretical and practical knowledge—gained through paid or unpaid work—, prior education and personal (and other) activities that have contributed to occupational training is called Prior Learning Assessment.

Under certain conditions (see the University regulations) where previously acquired knowledge or skills correspond to the content of one or several courses of a university program, the course—or courses—may, upon evaluation, be recognized.

Assessment does not equate to equivalency, which is granted in the case of courses taken at another higher education institution.

To learn more about prior learning assessment, visit http://www.umoncton.ca/edperm/pla.

Distance Learning Courses

Online courses provide an opportunity to learn via the Internet. A number of tools are available, such as the Université de Moncton's Online Course Platform (Desire2Learn) and Adobe Connect’s web conferencing. This type of technology creates an online learning environment that offers flexibility and enables communication and collaboration.

Clic, the portal used by the Université de Moncton for online courses, can be found at http://www8.umoncton.ca/edperm/clic/portail-en.html. Use your student access code to connect to the Online Course Portal. You can create your access code (User name and Password) through the MANIWeb Student Information System.

You can take online courses no matter where you are, Internet connection permitting.

Videoconferencing courses offers a unique learning opportunity where a number of sites are interlinked. The professor, instructor or trainer teaches via one of the sites. Videoconferencing streams voice, video and content in real time from within a multimedia room.

The Université de Moncton provides you with a free email address with the suffix @umoncton.ca. Teachers, instructors, the Registrar's Office, Mentorship Services, and the Program Director’s Office use this address to communicate with you.

Online courses are available on Clic (the Online Course Portal) as of the first week of the academic calendar. An information kit is distributed by email approximately one week prior to the course start date.

A virtual session is an online classroom environment where professors and students meet in real time. The virtual classroom provides both students and professors with visual support (content sharing), audio support (microphones), webcams, interactive boards and online chat.

You will need a microphone-equipped headset and a computer with a high speed Internet connection. We strongly recommend you carry out the following two tests to ensure your computer meets the minimum technical requirements.

Université de Moncton’s Online Course Platform https://clic.umoncton.ca/d2l/tools/system_check/systemcheck.asp?ou=6605

Adobe Connect web conferencing http://na1cps.adobeconnect.com/common/help/en/support/meeting_test.htm

Familiarity with computers is recommended but not required. The Continuing Education Office provides technical support in order to familiarise you with these learning platforms. The service is available to answer your questions and assist with any technical difficulties you may have while taking the course.

The Distance Education Support Services provides students with all the information and resources they need at http://www.umoncton.ca/edperm/fad.

You can find the online courses list at http://www.umoncton.ca/edperm/fad-liste.

Connectivity problems are quite rare during an online evaluation, but they can occur. Should you have problems connecting, inform the Support team as soon as possible. The professor will be advised and the appropriate measures taken. Contact details for the Distance Education Support Services are available at http://www.umoncton.ca/edperm/fad.

Contact information for the Distance Education Support Services servicing the three campuses of the Université de Moncton is available at http://www.umoncton.ca/edperm/fad.

"MANIWeb" Student Information System and Enrolment

You can enrol online through the MANIWeb Student Information System or in person at one of the Continuing Education Office on campus (in Edmundston, Moncton or Shippagan).

Click on the following link to access MANIWeb http://www.umoncton.ca/monudem.

Contact information for the Continuing Education Office is available at http://www.umoncton.ca/edperm/contact.

Feel free to contact Continuing Education Customer Service department at one of the three campuses of the Université de Moncton. The staff will answer your questions and check your student profile.
To contact the Continuing Education Office, go to http://www.umoncton.ca/edperm/contact.

For information on how to apply for an academic transcript, visit http://www.umoncton.ca/umcm-registrariat/node/24.

For instructions on how to obtain a proof of enrolment letter go:

Edmundston : http://www.umoncton.ca/umce-csa/node/5

Moncton : http://www.umoncton.ca/umcm-registrariat/node/24

Shippagan : http://www.umoncton.ca/umcm-reussite/node/78

To find out your professors’ names prior to the start of the session, visit the MANIWeb academic calendar at http://www.umoncton.ca/monudem.

To apply for a letter that confirms your enrolment, please complete the following form :

Edmundston : http://www.umoncton.ca/umce-csa/node/5

Moncton : http://www.umoncton.ca/umcm-registrariat/node/25

Shippagan : http://www.umoncton.ca/umcm-reussite/node/78

Methods of payment

The acceptable methods of payment are:

Online, by telephone, or in person at a financial institution

At our offices by debit card, credit card (at the Moncton campus only) certified check, bank draft, money order, or in cash

Payment can be made at the following offices:

Edmundston: daytimes at Financial Services and in the evening at the St-Louis bookstore

Moncton: at the Continuing Education Office or the Student Center Service Counter

Shippagan: at Financial Services

Bathurst: at the Continuing Education Office, CCNB-Bathurst

Your student access code (user name and password) will provide access to the Université de Moncton online course portal, your student email and the network. Your user name is the prefix of your student email address (e.g. eab1234). You can reactivate your access code from your MANIWeb Student Information System. Click here to access MANIWeb http://www.umoncton.ca/monudem.

The MANIWeb Student Information System enables you to access to your personal information and academic record. You can also use it to:

store up-to-date file data
enrol in courses
consult the academic calendar
view tuition fees for the session
check your grades
print your academic transcript
print tax forms, the T2202A and Statement 8.

Visit MANIWeb at http://www.umoncton.ca/monudem.

Grades are posted on MANIWeb once professors have graded evaluations and entered grades in the system. If your account is blocked and you wish to see your grades, contact the Continuing Education Office.

If your PIN does not work, contact the Continuing Education Office to reactivate it.

Contact information for the Continuing Education Office is available at http://www.umoncton.ca/edperm/contact.

1. Access MANIWeb at http://www.umoncton.ca/monudem.
2. Click on Renseignements personnels (Personal Information).
3. Click on Modifier votre NIP (Change Your PIN).

Your new PIN must contain six characters.

The enrolment and withdrawal policy for the Continuing Education Office is available at http://www.umoncton.ca/edperm_vide/en/withdrawal.

1. Access MANIWeb at http://www.umoncton.ca/monudem.
2. Click on Renseignements étudiants (Student Information).
3. Click on Enregistrements étudiants (Student Enrolment).
4. Click on Relevé de notes (Academic Transcript).

1. Access MANIWeb at http://www.umoncton.ca/monudem.
2. Click on Renseignements étudiants (Student Information).
3. Click on Enregistrements étudiants (Student Enrolment).
4. Click on Ajouter ou retirer des cours (Add or Withdraw from Courses).
5. Select the appropriate session and click on Soumettre (Submit).
6. Add an NRC (see the academic calendar) and click Soumettre les modifications (Submit Changes).

1. Go to http://www.umoncton.ca/monudem.
2. Click on Dossier étudiant (Student File).
3. Click on Connexion à mon compte (Connect to My Account).
4. Enter your ID in the NI User Field.
5. Enter your PIN in the NIP field. If you are unable to retrieve your PIN, contact the Continuing Education Office.
6. Click on Connexion (Connect).
7. Click on Renseignements étudiants (Student Information).
8. Click on Formulaires d’impôt du Canada (Canada Income Tax Forms).

If you are unable to enrol in a course through MANIWeb because your account is blocked, please contact the Continuing Education Customer Service Department to find out why.

Contact information for the Continuing Education Office is available at http://www.umoncton.ca/edperm/contact.

A course acronym usually contains four letters and four numbers (e.g. INFO1000). The first four letters of the acronym correspond to the field of study (e.g. INFO is the acronym for Computer Sciences).

The NRC is a code that links the Campus and the available course (course acronym). Each NRC is specific to the academic session in question.

Some courses require pre-requisites. You must provide proof that you have completed a course, or have obtained an equivalency, prior to enrolling in another course.

General Information

For information on the Edmundston Campus visit http://www.umoncton.ca/umce/comment_nous_joindre.

For a map of the Moncton Campus visit http://www.umoncton.ca/nousjoindre/files/nousjoindre/wf/wf/pdf/carte_du_....

For information on the Shippagan Campus visit http://www.umoncton.ca/umcs/comment_nous_joindre.

The Continuing Education Office at the Edmundston Campus is open Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

The Continuing Education Office at the Moncton Campus is open Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

The Continuing Education Office at the Shippagan Campus is open Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. The hours of operation mid-May through mid-August are 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.

The toll free number for the Université de Moncton is 1-800-363-8336.

You can view important dates and holidays in the academic calendar at http://www.umoncton.ca/repertoire/1er_cycle/calendrier.htm.

Students enrolled in part time weekday courses (Monday to Thursday, 7:00 am to 9:00 pm, and Friday, 7:00 am to 6:00 pm) at the Moncton Campus must have a parking permit for their vehicle. The permit is available at Security Services in the basement of the Résidence Lefebvre, Room 001. The permit must be visible and displayed on the right-hand interior of the windshield. For more information, please call 858 4100 (Security Services).

Security Services is located at the Moncton Campus, Room 001, Résidence Lefebvre, and the telephone number is 506-858-4100.

To obtain contact information for the Continuing Education Office, visit http://www.umoncton.ca/edperm/contact.

The Continuing Education Office awards a limited number of scholarships at its various campuses to students enrolled in part time programs. For more information, visit http://www.umoncton.ca/edperm/en/bursaries.

At the Edmundston Campus, student cards are available at the Centre de services académiques (PSL-211).

Student cards are also available at the Moncton Campus Student Center Service Counter or by calling 506-863-2202.

At the Shippagan Campus Registrar’s Office (PIL222).

At the Edmundston Campus Librairie Saint-Louis located in the Student Center UMCE-CCNB.

In person, at the Moncton Campus Librairie Acadienne located in the Léopold-Taillon Building. Visit the bookstore online at http://www.librairieacadienne.ca.

To locate a textbook, click on Students, select the session, then the course, and click on Search. Some textbooks are available in electronic format. For more information, please contact the Librairie Acadienne on 506-858-4140.

At the Shippagan Campus bookstore. For more information, visit http://www.umoncton.ca/umcs/node/96.

Contact Edmundston Campus IT Services on 737-5252.

The Moncton Campus IT Services (Direction des technologies) manages the Microsoft Outlook Web Interface for student email. In the event that Customer Services has confirmed your account as active and your email still does not work, contact the IT Services on 863-2100.

Contact the Shippagan Campus IT Services (Service des technologies), located at room SIL412 and can be reached by phone at 336-3451.

Your email address was included in your Admission Letter. It consists of three letters and four numbers followed by @umoncton.ca (e.g. eab1234@umoncton.ca).

You cannot be enrolled in more than eight credits per session.

Information on graduation is available on the Université de Moncton website at http://www.umoncton.ca/etudiants/collation.

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