Studying online doesn’t mean you’re learning alone. You’ll join a global network of peers, academics and industry experts to share ideas, offer input, and seek out viewpoints.Learn More
The freedom of online learning means you can study around your work and life commitments. It’s the same qualification, but built around your schedule.Learn More
Choose from a variety of online options to fit with your goals. Online learning puts you in charge of your education and your schedule.Learn More
Strong Instructor PresenceTrent courses don’t run on auto-pilot. Using interactive technologies, our instructors are present in meaningful ways to move you toward your learning goals and encourage you to think in new and more profound ways.
Supported LearningTake advantage of the dedicated student advisors and study skill specialists who are there to help you along your journey, from enrolment to graduation.
Accomplished FacultyCourses are taught by subject-matter experts (some world-renowned!) excited to share their research-driven content, experience and wisdom.
“Every week, at a set time, the lecture would drop and I could spend all day or all week working on lecture slides and course material. I enjoyed this approach because it was flexible and gave me a routine especially with my busy work schedule. The professor was very accommodating with answering emails. She also set up a digital platform for students to engage in discussions or answer questions, which was just like a classroom discussion and just as lively.”
“The learning schedule was super flexible with weekly lessons and readings that I could do independently. It was ideal because it allowed me to work full-time during the summer. In an online course, I was still able to connect with peers through chat rooms and discussion boards. I highly recommend students take an online course. It is flexible, convenient, and a great way to get ahead of your degree.”
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If you have self-discipline, can manage time and deadlines, prefer to study at your own pace, and enjoy the flexibility of learning from anywhere, online learning may be for you. Studying off-campus may seem a bit intimidating, but you aren’t on your own. As an active participant, you’ll enjoy the close communication with your classmates and instructor in a virtual small-group setting.