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:

Adult Teaching and Learning

Successfully completed courses from ATL program (from 2018) may be eligible for credit to AU applicable programs.
Students enrolled in or have completed this program may enter directly into the BA in Adult Education or associated programs for a total of 24 credits.

School of Business

Business

Graduates may be eligible for transfer of courses from the Sask Polytech Business Certificate program on an individualized basis depending on the AU program selected.  
Students from the Sask Polytech Business Certificate program who have successfully completed specific courses within the past five years will be assigned transfer credit from Briercrest College and Seminary as detailed in the Articulation Agreement.
Students from Sask Polytech to CITT, or students from CITT to Sask Polytech, may be eligible for credit of courses.
Students from Sask Polytech may be eligible for transfer of courses.
Graduates of this program may be eligible for Bachelor of Arts four-year or Honours programs in Business Economics with advanced credit standing comprised of a block transfer of 30 credit units.
Completion of SaskPolytech Business Certificate program may be eligible for a block transfer of 30 credit units towards the Edwards School of Business Bachelor of Commerce degree.

Business Diploma

Graduates of the Business diploma may be eligible for block transfer of 60 credit units towards the Bachelor of Management, Bachelor of Commerce and/or Bachelor of Human Resources & Labour Relations Post Diploma programs.
Students from Sask Polytech may be eligible for transfer of courses.
Students from Sask Polytech to CITT, or students from CITT to Sask Polytech, may be eligible for credit of courses
Graduates of this program with minimum "B" (3.00/4.33) GPA may be eligible for full block transfer into third year Bachelor of Business Administration in Sustainability and International Business program.

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.
Diploma graduates will receive two years of block credit and can complete a Bachelor of Management in two years. Will consider applicants below 3.0 (on a 4 point scale) for admission, depending on individual circumstances.

Accountancy
Completion of SaskPolytech Business Diploma Accountancy program may be eligible for a block transfer of 60 credit units towards the Edwards School of Business Bachelor of Commerce degree.

Human Resources
Completion of SaskPolytech Business Diploma Human Resources program may be eligible for a block transfer of 60 credit units towards the Edwards School of Business Bachelor of Commerce degree.

Management
 Completion of SaskPolytech Business Diploma Management program may be eligible for a block transfer of 60 credit units towards the Edwards School of Business Bachelor of Commerce degree.

Marketing
Completion of SaskPolytech Business Diploma Marketing program may be eligible for a block transfer of 60 credit units towards the Edwards School of Business Bachelor of Commerce degree.

School of Construction

Architectural Technologies

Graduates of this program may be eligible to receive 30 block credits and 3 credits each for ENGL 255, COMP 210, ARCH 200 and APST 230 for a total of 42 credit units toward a Bachelor of Science-Architecture Post Diploma.
Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer into Bachelor of Technology Degree with 39 credit hours (13 courses) to be completed, including a technical project and report
Graduates of this program may be accepted into and may receive up to 81 transfer credits in the Bachelor of Interior Design degree program.
Graduates of this program (Interior Technologies major) may receive up to 84 transfer credits (2018 Sask Polytech curriculum) or up to 81 transfer credits (2016 Sask Polytech curriculum) in the Bachelor Interior Design degree program.

Bachelor of Construction Management

Students who have graduated from the Holland College Architectural Technology or Construction Technology and Management diploma after June 30, 2018 and completed required bridging courses may be admitted to the SaskPolytech Bachelor of Construction Management program as 3rd year degree level students in BCM.
Students who have graduated from the Lethbridge College Civil Engineering Technology, Engineering Design and Drafting Technology or Geomatics Engineering Technology diploma after June 30, 2018 and completed required bridging courses may be admitted as 3rd year degree level to the SaskPolytech Bachelor of Construction Management program.
Students who have graduated from the NBCC Environmental Technology diploma may be admitted to the third year of the Sask Polytech BCM degree program. Accepted NBCC graduates must complete a required 3-credit surveying course prior to BCM graduation.

School of Health Sciences

Addictions Counselling

May be eligible for block transfer, with a min GPA of 2.0, into the third year of the Bachelor of Applied Arts in Justice Studies. Students must complete Criminology-CJP 2278 prior to entering third year of the BAAJS program.
Graduates of this program is granted a maximum of 69 transfer credits into the Bachelor of Health Science. 
Graduates of this program may qualify for admission into the Post-Diploma Bachelor of Health Sciences Degree program in Addictions Counselling for completion of their Bachelor of Health Sciences degree.

Advanced Care Paramedic

Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer of 60 credit units into the Bachelor of Science Post Diploma program or 30 credit units toward BSc (PD) with Majors in Applied Mathematics, Computing Information Systems and/or Human Science.
Graduates of this program may be eligible for a block transfer of 60 credit hours to the Faculty of Kinesiology or Health Studies or Faculty of Arts at the University of Regina or the First Nations University of Canada.

Combined Laboratory and X-Ray Technology

Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer of 60 credit units into the Bachelor of Science Post Diploma program or 30 credit units toward BSc (PD) with Majors in Applied Mathematics, Computing Information Systems and/or Human Science.
Graduates of this program is granted a maximum of 69 transfer credits into the Bachelor of Health Science.
Graduates of this program may be eligible for a block transfer of 60 credit hours to the Faculty of Kinesiology or Health Studies or Faculty of Arts at the University of Regina or the First Nations University of Canada.

Cytotechnology

Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer of 60 credit units into the Bachelor of Science Post Diploma program or 30 credit units toward BSc (PD) with Majors in Applied Mathematics, Computing Information Systems and/or Human Science.
Graduates of this program is granted a maximum of 69 transfer credits into the Bachelor of Health Science.
Graduates of this program may be eligible for a block transfer of 60 credit hours to the Faculty of Kinesiology or Health Studies or Faculty of Arts at the University of Regina or the First Nations University of Canada.

Dental Hygiene

Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer of 60 credit units into the Bachelor of Science Post Diploma program or 30 credit units toward BSc (PD) with Majors in Applied Mathematics, Computing Information Systems and/or Human Science.
Graduates of this program is granted a maximum of 84 transfer credits into the Bachelor of Health Science.
Graduates of this program may be accepted in to the Faculty of Arts or the Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies at the University of Regina or the First Nations University of Canada with 60 credit hours of block transfer.

Health Information Management

Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer of 36 credit units toward a Bachelor of Health Administration Post Diploma degree program.
Graduates of this program is granted a maximum of 60 transfer credits into the Bachelor of Health Science.
Graduates of this program may be eligible for a block transfer of 60 credit hours to the Faculty of Kinesiology or Health Studies or Faculty of Arts at the University of Regina or the First Nations University of Canada.

Medical Laboratory Technology

Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer of 60 credit units into the Bachelor of Science Post Diploma program or 30 credit units toward BSc (PD) with Majors in Applied Mathematics, Computing Information Systems and/or Human Science.
Graduates of this program is granted a maximum of 72 transfer credits into the Bachelor of Health Science.
Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer into third year of Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science.

Medical Radiologic Technology

Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer of 60 credit units into the Bachelor of Science Post Diploma program or 30 credit units toward BSc (PD) with Majors in Applied Mathematics, Computing Information Systems and/or Human Science.
Graduates of this program is granted a maximum of 69 transfer credits into the Bachelor of Health Science.
Graduates of this program may be eligible to enter the third year of the 4-year Bachelor of Medical Imaging program.

Therapeutic Recreation

Graduates of this program is granted a maximum of 48 transfer credits into the Bachelor of Health Science.
 Graduates of this program may be eligible for admittance into year three (3) of the University of Lethbridge's Post-Diploma Therapeutic Recreation program for completion of their Bachelor of Therapeutic Recreation degree.
Block Transfer of 60 credit units into the Bachelor of Sport and Recreation Stuies - Therapeutic Recreation Major

Veterinary Technology

Graduates of this program with minimum 2.50 GPA may be admitted into the Post-Diploma B.Sc. (Agricultural Studies) or Post-Diploma B.A. (Agricultural Studies) at the University of Lethbridge. If admitted, the graduate will be 3rd year degree level student in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.  
Graduates of this program may be awarded an advanced credit standing comprised of block transfer credit (30 credit units, corresponding to 2nd-year standing in the College of Agriculture and Bioresources), into AgBio undergraduate degree programs primarily for further study in Animal Science or Animal Bioscience.
Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer of 60 credit units into the Bachelor of Science Post Diploma program or 30 credit units toward BSc (PD) with Majors in Applied Mathematics, Computing Information Systems and/or Human Science.

School of Hospitality and Tourism

Food and Beverage Service

Graduates of this program may be granted 60 credit hours towards their journeyperson status.

Food and Nutrition Management

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)

Graduates of this program may be eligible for up to 90 credits towards a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at Husson University and upon successful completion of this degree, students will also be awarded a Certificate of Applied Managment from the University of Fredericton.

Hotel and Restaurant Management

Graduates of this program may be eligible for up to 90 credits towards a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at Husson University and upon successful completion of this degree, students will also be awarded a Certificate of Applied Management from the University of Fredericton. 
Graduates of this program with minimum B (3.0/4.33) GPA may be eligible for a full block transfer into the third year of the Bachelor of Arts in International Hotel Management program.

Recreation and Community Development

 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 towards: Bachelor of Professional Arts-Human Services (BPA-HRSV), and Bachelor of Professional Arts in Governance, Law, and Management (BPA-GLM)
Graduates of this program may be eligible for up to 90 credits towards a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at Husson University and upon successful completion of this degree, students will also be awarded a Certificate of Applied Management from the University of Fredericton.
Royal Roads University agrees to facilitate the block transfer of student(s) from SaskPolytech with appropriate prerequisite qualifications into the third year of the Bachelor of Arts in Global Tourism Management degree.
Block Transfer of 60 credit units into the Bachelor of Sport and Recreation Studies - Sport and Recreation Management Major.
Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer of 60 credits toward a Bachelor of Tourism Management degree.
Sask Polytech graduates with 2.33 GPA, (including 6 credits of first year university-transferable English or Communications courses with a minimum grade of C) may be admitted directly into the third year of the Langara College Bachelor of Recreation Management Degree program (BRM)

School of Human Services and Community Safety

Aboriginal Policing Preparation

Graduates of this program may be granted academic acceptance into the Criminal Justice – Policing Diploma, providing other prerequisite qualifications are met. They may receive up to 33 credit units on a course by course basis, as outlined in the agreement.
Graduates of this program, with a minimum average of 68% and no grade below 60%, may be eligible to receive 21 credit hours of block transfer to the Bachelor of Human Justice or Bachelor of Arts, Police Studies.

Correctional Studies

Graduates of this program may be eligible for up to 90 credits towards a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice at Husson University and upon successful completion of this degree, students will also be awarded a Certificate of Applied Managment from the University of Fredericton. 
Graduates of this program with min GPA of 2.0 may be eligible for admission into the third year of the Bachelor of Applied Arts in Justice Studies.
Royal Roads University agrees to facilitate the block transfer of student(s) from SaskPolytech with appropriate prerequisite qualifications into the third year of the Bachelor of Arts in Justice Studies.
Graduates of this program may receive 30 hours of block transfer to the Bachelor of Human Justice or Bachelor of Arts in Police Studies.

Occupational Health and Safety

Sask Polytech OHS graduates admitted to National Construction Safety Offices (NCSO) may be recognized for up to 50% of the program requirements for NSO certification; certified NCSOs admitted to Sask Polytech OHS program may apply for PLAR credit.
Graduates of this program may be granted block credit for Intro to Health and Safety Systems and Fundamentals of Occupational Hygiene. 
SaskPolytech students may transfer up to 5 of their courses to their equivalent UNB OH&S certificate program courses, and UNB students may transfer up to 5 courses to the equivalent SaskPolytech program.

Youth Care Worker

30 credit units may be granted toward Bachelor of Professional Arts-Human Services (BPA-HRSV). Students are required to present an additional 30 university level credits prior to admittance into the BPA-HSRV program.

Youth Care Worker

60 credit units may be granted toward Bachelor of Professional Arts-Human Services (BPA-HRSV) 
May be eligible for block transfer, with a min GPA of 2.0, into the third year of the Bachelor of Applied Arts in Justice Studies. Students must complete Criminology-CJP 2278 prior to entering third year of the BAAJS program.

School of Information and Communications Technology

Business Information Systems

Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer of 60 credit units towards the Bachelor of Management, Bachelor of Commerce, or Bachelor of Human Resources & Labour Relations Post Diploma programs.
Graduates of the Business Certificate program with an average of 72% or higher may be eligible for transfer credit of 60 hours toward the Bachelor of Business Administration degree. Qualifying Program requirements must be completed.

Computer Systems Technology

Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer of 60 credit units into the Bachelor of Science Post Diploma program or 30 credit units toward BSc (PD) with Majors in Applied Mathematics, Computing Information Systems and/or Human Science.
Graduates of this program with minimum 2.50 GPA may be admitted into the Post-Diploma B.Sc. (Computer Science) at the University of Lethbridge. If admitted, the graduate will be 3rd year degree level student in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
Graduates of this program may be granted a block transfer of 54 credit units, into the University of Saskatchewan Arts & Science undergraduate degree programs, for further study in Computer Science.

School of Mining, Energy and Manufacturing

CAD/CAM Engineering Technology

Graduates of the CAD/CAM Engineering Technology Diplomas may be eligible for 30 cu in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology Manufacturing degree program 
Graduates of this program may obtain advanced standing toward a degree in engineering.
Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer into Bachelor of Technology Degree with 39 credit hours (13 courses) to be completed, including a technical project and report
Graduates of this program with a minimum Cumulative GPA of 3.0 (75%) may qualify for admission to Queen's University's BTech (Mining) Degree Program. Block transfer of 72 units less the required Customized Bridge Course units will be granted upon admission. Students must pass each prescribed bridge course with a minimum C- in order to progress to Year 3 of the BTech (Mining) Program.

Chemical Technology

Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer of 60 credit units into the Bachelor of Science Post Diploma program or 30 credit units toward BSc (PD) with Majors in Applied Mathematics, Computing Information Systems and/or Human Science. 
Graduates of the Chemical Technology Diploma may be eligible for 36 cu in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology Chemical, Environmental Studies or Petroleum degree programs
Graduates of this program may obtain advanced standing toward a degree in engineering.
Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer into Bachelor of Technology Degree with 39 credit hours (13 courses) to be completed, including a technical project and report
Graduates of this program with a minimum Cumulative GPA of 3.0 (75%) may qualify for admission to Queen's University's BTech (Mining) Degree Program. Block transfer of 72 units less the required Customized Bridge Course units will be granted upon admission. Students must pass each prescribed bridge course with a minimum C- in order to progress to Year 3 of the BTech (Mining) Program.
Graduates of this program may be eligible for full block transfer into the third year of the BSc in Environmental Science and BSc in Environmental Management Degree with the addition of one course in cellular biology.
Graduates of this program with a minimum average of 60% may enroll in the third year of the four-year Chemical Technology Degree program offered through the Faculty of Science.
Graduates of this program may be granted a block transfer of 60 credit units into the College of Arts & Science

Computer Engineering Technology

Graduates of this program may obtain advanced standing toward a degree in engineering. 
Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer into Bachelor of Technology Degree with 39 credit hours (13 courses) to be completed, including a technical project and report
Graduates of this program with a minimum Cumulative GPA of 3.0 (75%) may qualify for admission to Queen's University's BTech (Mining) Degree Program. Block transfer of 72 units less the required Customized Bridge Course units will be granted upon admission. Students must pass each prescribed bridge course with a minimum C- in order to progress to Year 3 of the BTech (Mining) Program.

Electrical Engineering Technology

Graduates of the Electrical Engineering Technology Diploma may be eligible for 30 cu in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology Manufacturing degree program, or 36 cu in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology Bio-Medical, Electronics and Controls, or Petroleum degree programs 
Graduates of this program may obtain advanced standing toward a degree in engineering.
Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer into Bachelor of Technology Degree with 39 credit hours (13 courses) to be completed, including a technical project and report
Graduates of this program with a minimum Cumulative GPA of 3.0 (75%) may qualify for admission to Queen's University's BTech (Mining) Degree Program. Block transfer of 72 units less the required Customized Bridge Course units will be granted upon admission. Students must pass each prescribed bridge course with a minimum C- in order to progress to Year 3 of the BTech (Mining) Program.

Electronic Systems Engineering Technology

Graduates of the Electronic Systems Engineering Technology Diploma may be eligible for 30 cu in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology Manufacturing degree program, or 36 cu in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology Bio-Medical, Electronics and Controls, or Petroleum degree programs 
Graduates of this program may obtain advanced standing toward a degree in engineering.
Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer into Bachelor of Technology Degree with 39 credit hours (13 courses) to be completed, including a technical project and report
Graduates of this program with a minimum Cumulative GPA of 3.0 (75%) may qualify for admission to Queen's University's BTech (Mining) Degree Program. Block transfer of 72 units less the required Customized Bridge Course units will be granted upon admission. Students must pass each prescribed bridge course with a minimum C- in order to progress to Year 3 of the BTech (Mining) Program.

Engineering Design and Drafting Technology

Graduates of the Engineering Design and Drafting Technology Diploma may be eligible for 30 cu in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology Manufacturing degree program, or 36 cu in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology Petroleum degree programs 
Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer into Bachelor of Technology Degree with 39 credit hours (13 courses) to be completed, including a technical project and report
Graduates of this program with a minimum Cumulative GPA of 3.0 (75%) may qualify for admission to Queen's University's BTech (Mining) Degree Program. Block transfer of 72 units less the required Customized Bridge Course units will be granted upon admission. Students must pass each prescribed bridge course with a minimum C- in order to progress to Year 3 of the BTech (Mining) Program.

Geomatics and Surveying Engineering Technology

Graduates of this program may be eligible for a full block transfer into the third year of the Geomatics degree program.
Graduates of the Geomatics and Surveying Engineering Technology Diploma may be eligible for 36 cu in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology Environmental Studies or Petroleum degree programs 
Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer into Bachelor of Technology Degree with 39 credit hours (13 courses) to be completed, including a technical project and report
Graduates of this program with a minimum Cumulative GPA of 3.0 (75%) may qualify for admission to Queen's University's BTech (Mining) Degree Program. Block transfer of 72 units less the required Customized Bridge Course units will be granted upon admission. Students must pass each prescribed bridge course with a minimum C- in order to progress to Year 3 of the BTech (Mining) Program.
Graduates of this program with minimum 2.50 GPA may be admitted into the Post-Diploma B.Sc. (Geography, with a Concentration in Geographical Information Science) at the University of Lethbridge. If admitted, the graduate will be 3rd year degree level student in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

Instrumentation Engineering Technology

Graduates of the Instrumentation Engineering Technology Diploma may be eligible for 30 cu in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology Manufacturing degree program, or 36 cu in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology Bio-Medical, Electronics and Controls, or Petroleum degree programs 
Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer into Bachelor of Technology Degree with 39 credit hours (13 courses) to be completed, including a technical project and report
Graduates of this program with a minimum Cumulative GPA of 3.0 (75%) may qualify for admission to Queen's University's BTech (Mining) Degree Program. Block transfer of 72 units less the required Customized Bridge Course units will be granted upon admission. Students must pass each prescribed bridge course with a minimum C- in order to progress to Year 3 of the BTech (Mining) Program.

Mechanical Engineering Technology

Graduates of the Mechanical Engineering Technology Diploma may be eligible for 30 cu in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology Manufacturing degree program, or 36 cu in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology Petroleum degree programs 
Graduates of this program may obtain advanced standing toward a degree in engineering.
Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer into Bachelor of Technology Degree with 39 credit hours (13 courses) to be completed, including a technical project and report
Graduates of this program with a minimum Cumulative GPA of 3.0 (75%) may qualify for admission to Queen's University's BTech (Mining) Degree Program. Block transfer of 72 units less the required Customized Bridge Course units will be granted upon admission. Students must pass each prescribed bridge course with a minimum C- in order to progress to Year 3 of the BTech (Mining) Program.

Mining Engineering Technology

Graduates of the Mining Engineering Technology Diploma may be eligible for 36 cu in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology Environmental Studies or Petroleum degree programs
Graduates of this program with a minimum Cumulative GPA of 3.0 (75%) may qualify for admission to Queen's University's BTech (Mining) Degree Program. Block transfer of 72 units less the required Customized Bridge Course units will be granted upon admission. Students must pass each prescribed bridge course with a minimum C- in order to progress to Year 3 of the BTech (Mining) Program.
Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer into Bachelor of Technology Degree with 39 credit hours (13 courses) to be completed, including a technical project and report.

College of Engineering

Sask Polytech graduates of this program (between 2017-18 and 2019-20 academic year) 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.

Power Engineering Technology

Graduates of this program with a minimum Cumulative GPA of 3.0 (75%) may qualify for admission to Queen's University's BTech (Mining) Degree Program. Block transfer of 72 units less the required Customized Bridge Course units will be granted upon admission. Students must pass each prescribed bridge course with a minimum C- in order to progress to Year 3 of the BTech (Mining) Program. 

School of Natural Resources and Built Environment

BioScience Technology

Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer of 60 credit units into the Bachelor of Science Post Diploma program or 30 credit units toward BSc (PD) with Majors in Applied Mathematics, Computing Information Systems and/or Human Science. 
Graduates of the BioScience Technology Diploma may be eligible for 36 cu in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology Chemical or Environmental studies degree programs
Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer into Bachelor of Technology Degree with 39 credit hours (13 courses) to be completed, including a technical project and report
Royal Roads University agrees to facilitate full block transfer of student(s) from SaskPolytech with appropriate prerequisite qualifications into BS Environmental Science and BS Environmental Mgmt, BS Environmental Practice, and BA Environmetal Practice.
Graduates of this program may be granted advanced credit standing comprised of a block transfer of 60 credit units into the College of Arts & Science, Bachelor of Science Four-year, or Honours Biology undergraduate degree program.

Civil Engineering Technologies (Construction option or Water Resources option)

Graduates with a cumulative GPA of 70% are eligible for entry into the Civil Engineering Bridging Program at Camosun College. After completion, students are qualified for entry into UBC Engineering Programs. 
Graduates of the Water resources Engineering Technology Diploma may be eligible for 36 cu in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology Environmental Studies or Petroleum degree programs 
Graduates of this program may obtain advanced standing toward a degree in engineering.
Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer into Bachelor of Technology Degree with 39 credit hours (13 courses) to be completed, including a technical project and report
Graduates of this program with a minimum Cumulative GPA of 3.0 (75%) may qualify for admission to Queen's University's BTech (Mining) Degree Program. Block transfer of 72 units less the required Customized Bridge Course units will be granted upon admission. Students must pass each prescribed bridge course with a minimum C- in order to progress to Year 3 of the BTech (Mining) Program.

Civil Engineering Technologies: Civil Construction
Graduates of this program may be eligible for admission to SAIT's Bachelor of Science-Construction Project Management degree program.


Civil Engineering Technologies: Water Resources
Graduates of this program may be eligible for admission to Lakeland College's Bachelor of Applied Science: Environmental Management (BAppSc) Degree program. 
Royal Roads University agrees to facilitate full block transfer of student(s) from Sask Polytech with appropriate prerequisite qualifications into BS Environmental Science and BS Environmental Mgmt (with the addition of 2 university level biology courses), BS Environmental Practice, and BA Environmental Practice.

Environmental Engineering Technology

Graduates of the Environmental Engineering Technology Diploma may be eligible for 36 cu in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology Environmental Studies or Petroleum degree programs 
Graduates of this program may be eligible for admission to Lakeland College's Bachelor of Applied Science: Environmental Management (BAppSc) Degree program.
Graduates of this program may be eligible for block transfer into Bachelor of Technology Degree with 39 credit hours (13 courses) to be completed, including a technical project and report
Royal Roads University agrees to facilitate full block transfer of student(s) from SaskPolytech with appropriate prerequisite qualifications into BS Environmental Science and BS Environmental Mgmt (with a strong recommendation for students to take 1 additional course in cellular biology or biochemistry), BS Environmental Practice, and BA Environmetal Practice

Geographic Information Science

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.

Integrated Resource Management

Graduates of this program may be eligible for admission to Lakeland College's Bachelor of Applied Science: Environmental Management (BAppSc) Degree program. 
Royal Roads University agrees to facilitate full block transfer of student(s) from Sask Polytech with appropriate prerequisite qualifications into BS Environmental Science and BS Environmental Mgmt (with the addition of 2 university level chemistry courses and 2 university level math courses - 1 must be calculus or physics), BS Environmental Practice, and BA Environmental Practice
Graduates of this program may be granted 60 hours of block transfer credit towards the BSc and BSc Honours in Environmental Biology.
Block transfer of 57 to 60 credit units into the College of Ag Bioresources: 1) Bachelor of Science in Ag (Envir Sc major) or 2) Bachelor of Science in Renewable Resource Management (Resource Science) program

Resource and Environmental Law

Royal Roads University agrees to facilitate full block transfer of student(s) from SaskPolytech with appropriate prerequisite qualifications into BS Environmental Practice, and BA Environmetal Practice.
Upon completion of this program, students may block transfer 48 credit units to the Three-year, Four-year and/or Honours Bachelor of Arts, Northern Studies Degree within the College of Arts & Science.
Sask Polytech graduates after April 2019 onward with 2.33 GPA (C+) may be eligible for block transfer into Bachelor of Natural Resource Protection (BNRP) Degree program. Accepted Sask Polytech REL graduates must complete the 60 credits of course requirements for a BNRP degree.

School of Nursing

Critical Care Nursing

Graduates of the Critical Care Nursing Advanced Certificate may be eligible for credit for NURS 326(3) and NURS 3XX (3) in the Bachelor of Nursing Post RN program.

Perioperative Nursing/RN

Graduates of this program may be awarded 6 credit units (NURS 3XX) toward a Bachelor of Nursing (Post RN) program.