Continuing Education

Off-Campus Courses

What is an Extension Centre course?

Each year Saint Mary's University offers credit courses for undergraduate degree and certificate programs in a number of off-campus Extension Centres. These centres are located throughout Halifax and Dartmouth. They are in your community waiting to serve your learning needs. We are supplying new learning initiatives in your neighbourhood through community resources such as libraries, high schools, colleges and community outreach centres.

Fall 2015

Term Subject Course Location Title CRN
Halifax Central Library
September- December 2015 HIST 3301 DT Crime & Punishment In England 15150
September- December 2015 PHIL 2318 DT Science and Society 15125
NSCC Waterfront
September- December 2015 MATH 1210.1 WA REC: Introductory Calculus 1 15419
September- December 2015 MATH 1210 WA Introductory Calculus 1 15418
Museum of Natural History
September- December 2015 ANTH 3831 MNH SpTop: Maritime Prehistory 15359

Winter 2016

Term Subject Course Location Title CRN
Halifax Central Library
January- April 2016 ENGL 2356 DT Dev of Sci Fic to the New Wave 24027
January- April 2016 RELS 3374 DT Islam in N. America since 9/11 24904
NSCC Waterfront 
January- April 2016 MATH 1211.2 WA REC: Introductory Calculus II 24968
January- April 2016 MATH 1211 WA Introductory Calculus II 24967

Application and Registration 

Taking courses through Saint Mary's University is a two step process consisting of applying to the University and registering for courses. 

For admission requirements please refer to our Apply Online section.

Once accepted to the university, students are now able to register for courses online through the Banner Self-Service system. 

For new students, a student ID number (example: A00000000) will be included in your acceptance package with a Personal Identification Number (PIN) to access the Banner Self-Service system.

Please Note: Students are advised to consult the current Academic Calendar for course descriptions and information concerning course prerequisites.

Courses historically taught over the academic year are now split into 2 parts and students must register for both parts . These courses are identified by the section letters XX and YY. Extension courses are identified by an X or Y preceding the two letter suffix in the course number, eg. XDA and YDA etc.