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

Concordia University of Edmonton courseuSask course
Acct 101Comm 201.3
Acct 401Comm Sr. 3
Bes 107Biol 120.3
Bes 108Biol 121.3
Bioch 200Bmsc 200.3
Biol 200Biol Jr 3
BIOL 201
Biol Jr 3
Biol 201 + 206Biol 120.3 +Biol Jr 3
Biol 202Biol Jr 3
Biol 205Biol Jr 3
Also called LOYC 205
BIOL 206
Biol 225Biol Jr 3
BIOL 226BIOL 226
Biol 226 Biol Jr 3
Biol 226 + 227Biol 121.3 + Jr.3
Biol 227Biol Jr 3
Biol 261Biol 226.3
Biol 321Biol 302.3
Biol 340Biol 222.3
Bus 110Comm 101.3
Bus 112Stat Jr. 3
Bus 120Comm Jr. 3
Bus 220Comm Jr. 3
Bus 250No credit
Ch 101Chem Jr. 3
Ch 102Chem Jr. 3
Ch 261Chem 250.3
Ch 263Chem 255.3
Ch 321Chem 377.3
Ch 382Chem 344.3
CHEM 205
CHEM 112.3
Dra 149Dram Jr. 3
Eas 101Geol Jr. 3
Eco 101Econ 111.3
Eco 102Econ 114.3
Eco 281 Econ 211.3
Eco 282Econ 214.3
Eng 100Eng Jr. 3
Eng 330Eng Sr. 3
Eng 331Eng Sr. 3
Eng 342Eng Sr. 3
Fin 201Comm 203.3
Hist 260Hist 151.3
Hist 261Hist 152.3
Hrm 220Comm 211.3
Hrm 400Comm Sr. 3
IT 101No credit
IT 101 & Cmpt 111AComm 100.3
Mark 201Comm 204.3
Mat 151Stat Jr. 3
Math 113Math 110.3
Math 115Math Jr. 3
Math 202
MATH 102.3
Mgt 300Comm Jr. 3
Mgt 410Comm 340.3
Mus 101Mus 105.3
Ns 152Cree 101.6
Phil 102 1/2 Phil 110.6
Phil 125Phil 140.3
Phy 111Phys Jr. 3
Phy 122Phys Jr. 3
Psci 101Pols Jr 3
Psy 104Psy 120.3
Psy 105Psy 121.3
Psy 211Psy 233.3
Psy 223Psy 213.3
Psy 281Psy Sr. 3
PSY 311C
PSY 234.3
Psy 319
Psy 235
Psy 324Psy 216.3
Psy 339Psy 223.3
Rel 101Rlst Jr. 3
Rel 150Rlst Jr. 3
Rel 375Rlst 223.3
Soc 100Soc 111.3
Soc 102Soc 112.3
Soc 204Ns Jr. 3
Soc 225Soc 212.3
Soc 271Soc Sr. 3
Soc 344Soc 246.3
Soc 375Soc Sr. 3
Wri 300Xar Jr. 3
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The information contained on this page may change at any time without notice. Transfer credit is at the discretion of the receiving institution. A course equivalence does not mean an automatic credit. Some of the reasons why credit may not be granted by an institution are:

  • A course may not fit a program.
  • Some institutions require a minimum number of courses to be completed at that institution (residence).
  • Some academic units require a minimum grade in order to grant credit.
  • Some academic units will not credit courses taken more than 5 (or 8, or 10) years previously.

Students who are already working towards a degree program and who want to take courses from another institution must request a letter of permission from their home institution to ensure they receive credit.

This listing is not comprehensive.