Distance Learning

Distance Learning students

Distance Learning courses are offered by Yukon College in two formats: web-conferencing and online.

Both web-conferencing and online options allow students to take courses from home or other off-campus locations. Students taking a fully online course do not need to attend a class on campus. Students taking a course using web-conferencing can attend the course live at any YC campus, or can attend by distance from home or another off-campus location.

Web-conferencing

  • Allows students to attend a live class via the internet using web-conferencing technology.
  • Web-conferencing courses have set days and times when students must attend, just as with courses held on campus.
  • In some cases, distance students using web-conferencing will actually be joining on-campus students who are attending live in a classroom.

Online Courses

  • Offered via the internet using a Learning Management System (LMS).
  • Online courses are not held in classrooms and there are no live classes. All course work, and communication with the Instructor and other students, is done entirely online.
  • Online courses require that students have access to a computer and internet. Students attending web-conferencing courses off-campus (from home, for example) will also need a computer and internet access but may need additional equipment (such as a headset and microphone).
Courses

Title Scheduled
ACCT 120 - Introductory Accounting
F
ANTH 140 - Introduction to the Fields of Anthropology
F
BUS 172 - Microcomputer Applications 1 - Microsoft Word
F
BUS 174 - Microcomputer Applications 3 - Microsoft Excel
F
BUSC 100 - Business Communications
F
BUSC 200 - Business Communications
W
COMM 192 - Business Communications
F
W
ELCC 114 - Integration Seminar I
F
ELCC 121 - Child Growth and Development II
W
ELCC 122 - Program Planning - Learning Through Play
W
ELCC 123 - Field Placement II
W
ELCC 124 - Integration Seminar II
W
ELCC 125 - Interpersonal Relationships and Communication Skills
W
ELCC 130 - Guiding Young Children
W
ELCC 200 - Program Planning - Science Areas with Young Children
W
ELCC 211 - Family Program Community
W
ELCC 212 - Program Planning-Literacy & Creative Expression
W
ELCC 220 - Philosophy of ELCC
W
ELCC 224 - Integration Seminar IV
W
ENGL 100 - Academic Writing and Critical Thinking
F
FILD 100 - Fieldwork
W
FNGA 100 - Introduction to First Nations Governance and Public Administration
F
FNGA 101 - Governance & Land Claims
W
FNGA 103 - Accountability and Financial Management
F
FNGA 200 - Organizational and Community Wellness
F
FNGA 207 - Public Policy
W
FNGA 209 - Intergovernmental Relations
W
HIST 140 - History of Yukon First Nations and Self-Government
F
JS 100 - Job Search Strategies
W
KEY 100 - Keyboarding
F
LANG 140 - Language and Culture Preservation
F
LANG 240 - Language Activism
W
MICR 100 - Introduction to Excel 2016
F
MICR 105 - Introduction to Access 2016
F
MICR 110 - PowerPoint 2016
W
NOST 101 - The Circumpolar World
F
W
NOST 324 - Contemporary Issues in the Circumpolar World I
F
NOST 326 - Lands and Environments of the Circumpolar North I
F
NOST 328 - Peoples and Cultures of the Circumpolar North I
F
NS 200 - Aboriginal Canada
F
OP 100 - Office Procedures
W
POLI 230 - Indigenous Political Thought
F
PSYC 100 - Introduction to Psychology I
F
PSYC 101 - Introduction to Psychology II
W
RECM 100 - Records Management
W
RENR 301 - Special Topics in Renewable Resources
F
RENR 401 - Special Topics in Renewable Resources
F
W
WGST 100 - Introduction to Women's Studies I
F
WGST 101 - Introduction to Women's Studies II
W
WP 120 - Beginning Word Processing (Word 2013)
F
WP 220 - Advanced Word Processing (Word 2013)
W