Saskatchewan Polytechnic Programs Recognized for Transfer Credit at Other Institutions
Transfer credit options vary over time; this information is subject to change. Transfer credit options from Saskatchewan Polytechnic towards programs at other institutions include:
Joseph A. Remai School of Construction
School of Business
Graduates of this program with minimum "B" (3.00/4.33) GPA may be eligible for full block transfer into third year Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurial Management program.
School of Health Sciences
School of Hospitality and Tourism
30 credit units may be granted towards: Bachelor of Management (3 yr PD), Bachelor of Management (4 yr PD), Bachelor of Management (4 yr PD) with major, Bachelor of Commerce (PD), Bachelor of Commerce (PD) with major, Bachelor of Human Resources and Labour Relations (PD)
60 credit units may be granted toward Bachelor of Professional Arts-Human Services (BPA-HRSV)
60 credit units may be granted towards: Bachelor of Professional Arts-Human Services (BPA-HRSV), and Bachelor of Professional Arts in Governance, Law, and Management (BPA-GLM)
School of Human Services and Community Safety
School of Information and Communications Technology
School of Mining, Energy and Manufacturing
College of Engineering
Sask Polytech graduates of this program (graduates from 2017, 2018 and 2019) with minimum overall diploma average of 70%, and meets admission requirements, may be granted block transfer credit of 54 credit units towards BS Engineering - major in Geological Engineering degree for 2020-21 academic year.
Learn more about how Saskatchewan Polytechnic and University of Saskatchewan expand learning pathways for mining engineering technology students.
School of Natural Resources and Built Environment
Civil Engineering Technologies: Water Resources
Graduate of the Geographic Information Science (GIS) for Resource Management certificate may be eligible for up to 30 credit units of block transfer credit into the Bachelor of Arts and Science, Four-year and/or Honours degree in Environment and Society.
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