This list is not comprehensive but can be used as a guide to transfer credit that we have recently offered past students who attended this institution.

Course equivalents

Briercrest College courseuSask course
ADM 200COMM 105.3
ADM 367COMM 105.3
ANTH 200ANTH 111.3
BIOL 115KIN JR. 3
BIOL 120BIOL 120.3
BLST 102RELST 253.3
BLST 103NO CREDIT
BLST 109RLST 253.3
BLST 111RLST 254.3
BLST 205RLST UNSP. 3
BLST 213NO CREDIT
BLST 214RLST SR. 3 (200-LEVEL)
BLST 371RLST SR. 3
BLST 426RLST SR. 3
BLST 435RLST SR. 3
BT 100
BIBLE OVERVIEW
NO CREDIT
BT 101
PENTATEUCH
NO CREDIT
BT 102
OLD TESTAMENT HISTORICAL BOOKS
RLST 253.3
BT 103
GOSPELS
NO CREDIT
BT 205
HEBREW POETRY AND WISDOM
RLST UNSP.3
BT 206
INTRO TO THE PROPHETS
NO CREDIT
BT 213
HERMENEUTICS
NO CREDIT
BT 260
CONTEMPORARY RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS
XHUM SR.3
BT 272
APOLOGETICS
NO CREDIT
BT 303
GENERAL EPISTLES
RLST SR.3 (200 LEVEL)
BT 309
JOHN
NO CREDIT
BT 332
DOCTRINE OF CHRIST
NO CREDIT
BT 341
OLD TESTAMENT THEOLOGY
NO CREDIT
BT 371
JEWISH BACKGROUNDS
RLST SR.3
BT 385
REVELATION
NO CREDIT
BT 405
CHURCH AND CULTURE
NO CREDIT
BT 429CRL
THEOLOGY INTERNSHIP (COLLEGE RESIDENCE LEADERSHIP)
NO CREDIT
BU 100
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
COMM 101.3
BU 110NO CREDIT
BU 111COMM 201.3
BU 113ECON JR. 3
BU 201
INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING
COMM 204.3
BU 211COMM 201.3
BU 212COMM 210.3
BU 213NO CREDIT
BU 220COMM 304.3
BU 310NO CREDIT
BU 350COMM 211.3
BU 400NO CREDIT
CHEM 112CHEM 112.3
CLS 201CLAS JR. 3
CM 102
INTRODUCTION TO LAY MINISTRY
NO CREDIT
CM 131NO CREDIT
CM 201NO CREDIT
CM 316NO CREDIT
CM 441NO CREDIT
CM 462COMM SR. 3
CM 482NO CREDIT
CMP 127CMPT 100.3
CMP 315CMPT JR. 3
COMM 104NO CREDIT
ECN 100ECON 111.3
ECN 101ECON 114.3
ECON 100
MICROECONOMICS
ECON 111.3
ECON 101
MACROECONOMICS
ECON 114.3
ECON 102ECON 111.3
EDUC 300
FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
EDUC JR.3
EDUC 322
EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN
EPSE 390.3
EDUC 471
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
EPSE 202.3
EDUC 471
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
EPSE 202.3
ENG 100 ENG JR. 3
ENG 101ENG JR. 3
ENG 110ENG 111.3
ENG 200
LITERATURE AND COMPOSITION
ENG JR. 3
ENG 200 + ENG 201
LITERATURE AND COMPOSITION 1 & 2
ENG 110.6
ENG 201
LITERATURE AND COMPOSITION 2
ENG JR. 3
ENG 210ENG SR. 3
ENG 210 & ENG 211ENG 202.6
ENG 211ENG SR. 3
ENG 222ENG 359.3
ENG 224ENG SR. 3
ENG 225ENG SR. 3
ENG 226ENG SR. 3
ENG 241ENG SR. 3
ENG 255ENG SR. 3
ENG 256ENG SR. 3
ENG 2651/2 ENG 365.6
ENG 266ENG SR. 3
ENG 301ENG 225.3
ENG 302 ENG 224.3
ENG 310XAR JR. 3
ENG 312 NO CREDIT
ENG 314ENG SR. 3
ENG 315ENG SR. 3
ENG 318ENG 319.3
ENG 322ENG 207.3
ENG 330 & 331ENG 331.3
ENG 333ENG SR. 3
ENG 335ENG SR. 3
ENG 336ENG SR. 3
ENG 353ENG SR. 3
ENG 355ENG SR. 3
ENG 356ENG SR. 3
ENG 360ENG 359.3
ENG 370ENG 230.3
ENG 374
GRAPHIC NOVELS
ENG SR.3
ENG 389ENG SR. 3
ENG 406ENG SR. 3
ENG 407ENG SR. 3
ENG 409ENG SR. 3
ENG 414ENG 308.3
FA 1COMM 201.3
FE 301
FIELD EDUCATION V
NO CREDIT
FIN 110FIAR JR. 3
FIN 216MUS 250.3
FIN 217MUS 150.3
FIN 221NO CREDIT
FIN 222NO CREDIT
FIN 226FINA UNSP. 3
GE 250
INTRO TO CHRISTIAN WORLD REVIEW
NO CREDIT
GEN 367
PRINCIPLES OF LEADERSHIP AND ADMINISTRATION
COMM 105.3
GEOG 100GEOG JR. 3
GER 100GERM 114.3
GER 101GERM 117.3
GLST 200LING 251.3
GRK 200 XHUM JR. 3
GRK 201XHUM JR. 3
GRK 246XHUM JR. 3
GRK 247XHUM JR. 3
GRK 363 & 364 GREEK 112.3
GRK 461RLST SR. 3
GS 105NO CREDIT
GS 200NO CREDIT
GS 221ECUR 373.3
GS 222ECUR 291.3
GS 311NO CREDIT
GS 321ECUR 391.3
HEB 2461/2 OF HEB 111.6
HEB 246 & 247HEB 111.6
HEB 2471/2 OF HEB 111.6
HEB 315 HEB SR. 3
HEB 453 HEB SR. 3
HIS 100
ISSUES IN WORLD HISTORY
HIST JR.3
HIS 101
ISSUES IN WORLD HISTORY 2
HIST 115.3
HIS 114HIST JR. 3
HIS 115HIST JR. 3
HIS 200
CANADIAN HISTORY TO CONFEDERATION
HIST 255.3
HIS 201
CANADIAN HISTORY SINCE CONFEDERATION
HIST 256.3
HIS 210
AMERICAN HISTORY TO 1865
HIST SR.3
HIS 210 & 211
AMERICAN HISTORY TO 1865 & AMERICAN HISTORY SINCE 1865
HIST 270.6
HIS 211`
AMERICAN HISTORY SINCE 1865
HIST SR.3
HIS 231 NO CREDIT
HIS 232 HIST SR. 3
HIS 237
HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY 1
HIST 230.3
HIS 238
HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY 2
HIST JR. 3
HIS 320
IMPERIAL RUSSIA
HIST SR. 3 (200-LEVEL)
HIS 321HIST SR. 3 (200-LEVEL)
HIS 339 RLST SR. 3
HIS 361HIST SR. 3
HIS 362HIST SR. 3
HIS 431RLST SR. 3 (200-LEVEL)
HIS 441
CHRISTIANITY AND SCIENCE FROM COPERNICUS TO CREATION SCIENCE
HIST 383.3
HIS 460
EMPIRE OF CHRISTIAN-MUSLIM RELATIONS
HIST SR.3
HIST 251 & 252RLST 240.3
HIST 251 & 451RLST 240.3
HIST 252 & 451RLST 240.3
HIST 451 & 251 OR 252RLST 240.3
IDS 250NO CREDIT
IDS 400RLST SR. 3 (200 LEVEL)
IDS 401XHUM SR. 3
IDST 300RLST SR. 3 (300-LEVEL)
IS 101A TO E & KNO CREDIT
IS 200NO CREDIT
IS 311NO CREDIT
KIN 161KIN JR. 3
KIN 234NUTR 120.3
KIN 262
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND WELLNESS
KIN 121.3
LIN 300LING 111.3
MATH 101
IINTRODUCTION TO FINITE MATHEMATICS
1/2 MATH 100.6
MATH 110NO CREDIT
MATH 292STAT 244.3
MDN 193NO CREDIT
MDN 194NO CREDIT
MLG 193GGERM 114.3
MLG 194GGERM 117.3
MTH 110NO CREDIT
MTH 292STAT 244.3
MU 102 & MU 201MUS 133.3 & MUS 134.3
MU 110MUS 101.3
MU 111 & MU 136MUS 101.3 & MUS JR. 3
MU 113MUS 133.3
MU 136MUS JR. 3
MU 141BAMUAP JR. 1
MU 142MUAP JR. 1
MU 142BAMUAP JR. 1
MU 200MUS JR. 3
MU 201MUS JR. 3
MU 202 & MU 403MUS SR. 3
MU 206MUS JR. 3
MU 211MUS JR. 3
MU 212MUS JR. 3
MU 216 MUS JR. 3
MU 217 MUS JR. 3
MU 223 & 224 & 322MUS UNSP. 6
MU 242BAMUAP JR. 1
MU 260MUS 235.3
MU 316MUS 367.3
MU 322NO CREDIT
MU 345MUS 242.1 & 243.1 & 244.1
MU 403MUS SR. 3
NTST 110
INTRODUCTION TO NATIVE STUDIES
INDG 107.3
OA 100KINA UNSP. 2
OA 301 & 310KINA UNSP. 2
PED 161KIN JR. 3
PED 262
PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES AND WELLNESS
KIN 121.3
PHI 100
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
1/2 OF PHIL 110.6
PHI 1011/2 OF PHIL 110.6
PHI 105PHIL 140.3
PHI 2001/2 OF PHIL 110.6
PHI 2011/2 OF PHIL 110.6
PHI 300EDUC UNSP. 3
PHI 310
EARLY MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY
NO CREDIT
PHI 313
EARLY MODERN PHILOSOPHY
PHIL SR.3
PHI 336
CONTEMPORARY EPISTEMOLOGY
NO CREDIT
PHI 340
PHILOSOPHY OF TECHNOLOGY
NO CREDIT
PHI 380
WAR, PEACE, AND SOCIETY
NO CREDIT
PHI 387PHIL 262.3
PHI 420PHIL 218.3
PHI 455PHIL 202.3
PHI 460
NIETZSCHE SEMINAR
PHIL SR.3
PHIL 234PHIL 140.3
PHIL 493EDUC UNSP. 3
PSY 302STAT 245.3
PSY 100
INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY 1
PSY 120.3
PSY 101PSY 121.3
PSY 271NO CREDIT
PSY 277 PSY SR. 3
PSY 279
PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSONAL AND INTERPERSONAL DYNAMICS
PSY SR. 3
PSY 280PSY SR. 3
PSY 281PSY 213.3
PSY 282PSY 214.3
PSY 283 PSY SR. 3
PSY 284 PSY 216.3
PSY 320PSY SR. 3
PSY 330PSY 222.3
PSY 350
COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 253.3
PSY 351
PSYCHOLOGY OF COUNSELLING
PSY 257.3
PSY 381 PSY 213.3
PSY 382
PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: ADOLESCENTS
PSY 214.3
PSY 383PSY SR. 3
PSY 393PSY SR. 3
PSY 401
HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY
PSY SR. 3
PSY 415
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 410.3
PSY 450PSY SR. 3
PSY 471PSY SR. 3
RL 110KIN UNSP. 3
RL 120KINA SR. 3
RL 301 & 310KINA UNSP. 2
RL 361KIN 432.3
RLST 260XHUM SR. 3 (200-LEVEL)
RLST 311NO CREDIT
SM 264KIN 321.3
SM 361KIN 432.3
SM 362KIN 255.3
SOC 100SOC JR. 3
SOC 101SOC JR. 3
SOC 200 SOC JR. 3
SOC 201SOC JR. 3
SOC 260XHUM SR. 3 (200-LEVEL)
SOC 396SOC SR. 3
STAT 200STAT 244.3
THEA 221DRAM 118.3
THEO 112NO CREDIT
WA 113MUS 133.3
WA 114MUS 134.3
WA 141MUAP JR. 1
WA 142MUAP JR. 1
WA 160NO CREDIT
WA 200MUS 134.3
WA 201MUS SR. 3
WA 202MUS SR. 3
WA 205NO CREDIT
WA 224MUS UNSP. 3
WA 242NO CREDIT
WA 260MUS 235.3
WA 300MUS SR. 3
WA 330NO CREDIT
WA 340MUAP 201.1
WA 420RLST SR. 3 (300-LEVEL)
YM 410
STUDIES IN CONTEMPORY ADOLESCENT ISSUES
NO CREDIT
YM 415
FILM, MEDIA AND ADOLESCENT CULTURE
NO CREDIT

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