Programs

Agriculture, Plants and Animals

 

Business and Economics

 

Life Sciences and Chemistry

 

Environment and Earth Sciences

 

Health

 

History, Culture and Arts

 

Indigenous Programs

 

Languages and Communications

 

Math, Engineering, Technology and Physics

 

Society and Law

 

Teaching

 

If you are looking for graduate level (Master's or Ph.D.) programs , please consult our graduate students' website.

A-Z list of programs

Program nameCollege
Aboriginal Business Administration CERT Edwards School of Business
Aboriginal Theatre CERT College of Arts and Science
Accounting Edwards School of Business
Agribusiness College of Agriculture and Bioresources
Agricultural Biology College of Agriculture and Bioresources
Agricultural Economics College of Agriculture and Bioresources
Agronomy College of Agriculture and Bioresources
Anatomy and Cell Biology College of Arts and Science
Animal Bioscience College of Agriculture and Bioresources
Animal Science College of Agriculture and Bioresources
Anthropology College of Arts and Science
Applied Mathematics College of Arts and Science
Applied Plant Ecology College of Agriculture and Bioresources
Archaeology College of Arts and Science
Art History College of Arts and Science
Biochemistry College of Arts and Science
Biochemistry and Biotechnology College of Arts and Science
Bioinformatics College of Arts and Science
Biology College of Arts and Science
Biotechnology, Microbiology and Immunology College of Arts and Science
Business Administration CERT Edwards School of Business
Business Economics College of Arts and Science
Career and Guidance Studies ND CERT College of Education
Chemical Engineering College of Engineering
Chemistry College of Arts and Science
Civil Engineering College of Engineering
Classical and Medieval Latin CERT College of Arts and Science
Classical, Medieval and Renaissance Studies College of Arts and Science
Computer Engineering College of Engineering
Computer Science College of Arts and Science
Criminology and Addictions CERT College of Arts and Science
Crop Science College of Agriculture and Bioresources
Dentistry ND College of Dentistry
Drama College of Arts and Science
Economics College of Arts and Science
Education College of Education
Education - Sequential Music ND College of Education
Electrical Engineering College of Engineering
Engineering Physics College of Engineering
English College of Arts and Science
English as an Additional Language ND CERT College of Education
English for Academic Purposes CERT Language Centre
Environment and Society College of Arts and Science
Environmental Biology College of Arts and Science
Environmental Earth Sciences College of Arts and Science
Environmental Engineering College of Engineering
Environmental Science College of Agriculture and Bioresources
Ethics, Justice and Law CERT College of Arts and Science
Exercise and Sport Studies College of Kinesiology
Finance Edwards School of Business
Food and Bioproduct Sciences College of Agriculture and Bioresources
Food Science College of Arts and Science
French College of Arts and Science
Geological Engineering College of Engineering
Geology College of Arts and Science
Geophysics College of Arts and Science
Global Studies CERT College of Arts and Science
Health Studies College of Arts and Science
History College of Arts and Science
Horticultural Science College of Agriculture and Bioresources
Human Resources Edwards School of Business
Indian Teacher Education Program College of Education
Indigenous Languages ND CERT College of Education
Indigenous Studies College of Arts and Science
Interactive Systems Design College of Arts and Science
International Studies College of Arts and Science
Jazz CERT College of Arts and Science
Kanawayihetaytan Askiy CERT College of Agriculture and Bioresources
Kinesiology and Education College of Kinesiology/College of Education
Law ND College of Law
Leadership in Post Secondary Education CERT College of Education
Linguistics College of Arts and Science
Management Edwards School of Business
Marketing Edwards School of Business
Mathematical Physics College of Arts and Science
Mathematics College of Arts and Science
Mechanical Engineering College of Engineering
Medicine ND College of Medicine
Microbiology and Immunology College of Arts and Science
Modern Languages College of Arts and Science
Music College of Arts and Science
Music Education College of Arts and Science
Nursing ND College of Nursing
Nutrition ND College of Pharmacy and Nutrition
Operations Management Edwards School of Business
Palaeobiology College of Arts and Science
Pharmacy ND College of Pharmacy and Nutrition
Philosophy College of Arts and Science
Physics College of Arts and Science
Physiology and Pharmacology College of Arts and Science
Political Studies College of Arts and Science
Practical and Applied Arts College of Education
Prairie Horticulture CERT College of Agriculture and Bioresources
Psychology College of Arts and Science
Regional and Urban Planning College of Arts and Science
Religion and Culture College of Arts and Science
Resource Economics and Policy College of Agriculture and Bioresources
Resource Science College of Agriculture and Bioresources
Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program College of Education
Sociology College of Arts and Science
Soil Science College of Agriculture and Bioresources
Special Education ND CERT College of Education
Statistics College of Arts and Science
Studio Art College of Arts and Science
Sustainability CERT School of Environment and Sustainability
Teaching English as a Second Language CERT College of Education
Technical Vocational Education College of Education
Toxicology College of Arts and Science
Veterinary Medicine ND Western College of Veterinary Medicine
Women's and Gender Studies College of Arts and Science

Not sure?

You have a lot of options available when you’re choosing what to study at university. It can be overwhelming and exciting at the same time. It’s important to know:

  • You don’t have to pick a major (like Biology or Accounting) right away, and many students change their major in their first or second year.
  • You do have to pick a college and admission requirements differ between them. You can transfer between colleges after you start, but admission isn’t guaranteed.
  • Part of the university experience is trying out new things. Your first year is a great opportunity to take a class in something that interests you.

It’s hard to decide what to take in university before you arrive. It does get easier once you take a few classes and meet both professors and other students.

Ask for help

One way to research information about majors is to reach out to others. For example, if you’re interested in engineering, ask your friends and family if they know an engineer. They’ll usually be very happy to talk about their field and what their work looks like. Spending an hour in this way is a good investment before committing to a full four year degree.


On our campus you can speak with an academic advisor to better understand the programs available. You can also meet with a career coach to talk about what you want to do after school.

Off-campus, the Saskatchewan Government maintains a useful website about academic opportunities and job prospects in the province. 

Know yourself

What do you like doing? Where do you see yourself in five years? What have you enjoyed in the past? Spend time on your own and think about what aspects of your past experience brought you fulfillment. For example, if you enjoyed instructing swimming lessons, was it because you liked working with children, being physically active, or being outside?

There are a lot of tools you can use in self-reflection, from journaling, going for a hike, or talking with a friend. You could also take an interest quiz like Myers Brigg Type Indicator or the Strong Interest Inventory to explore your values and interests.

Try it out

If you're truly undecided, we recommend you apply first to the College of Arts and Science. You won't have to choose a major right away and you'll have a lot of flexibility in class selection. Talk to an academic advisor once you've been admitted and they will help you choose a first year schedule that leaves your options open in case you want to transfer to another college or are uncertain about which program to take.

We also recommend in your first year to join a learning community. It will help you meet others and give you extra support in your first year classes.