The Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials

Universities


Saskatchewan does not have a systematic, province-wide process for conducting credit transfer agreements to and from post-secondary education institutions. The flexibility and details of credit transfer policy and procedures vary by institution. However, many credit transfers between Saskatchewan's two universities can be obtained, and agreements between universities and other institutions are increasing. Some program articulation agreements are already in place between the universities and the Saskatchewan Polytechnic as well as Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies, in areas such as business, nursing, integrated resource management, chemical technology, computer science and administration.


Colleges and Institutes


Saskatchewan does not have a systematic, province-wide process for conducting credit transfers to and from universities and colleges. The flexibility and details of credit transfer procedures vary by institution. However, articulation agreements between universities and Saskatchewan Polytechnic are increasing.


Dual Credit


Dual credit courses allow learners to earn high school and post-secondary credits or other program recognition at the same time, in the same course. It enables learners to integrate high school credits with their personal career paths and complete training in a shorter timeframe for a quicker transition to employment. (For a list of high school dual credit courses please visit http://www.publications.gov.sk.ca/details.cfm?p=88100).


Saskatchewan Transfer Credit and Learner Pathway Council


The newly formed Saskatchewan Transfer Credit and Learner Pathway Council is a partnership of credit granting institutions and the Ministry of Advanced Education. The Council encourages and facilitates increased accessibility, student mobility and student academic success by promoting pathways among Saskatchewan's post-secondary institutions within and outside the province. Primary council members include the Ministry of Advanced Education, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, University of Regina, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies and Briercrest College and Seminary. Affiliated members include all regional, federated and affiliated colleges, Aboriginal and Northern educational institutions and the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission.




Comprehensive review of this information: January 2019