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.
|Masaryk University course||uSask course|
|Canadian Political History||POLS 307.3|
|SLOVAK POLITICS + TRANSFORMATION OF CENTRAL & EASTERN EUROPE||POLS SR.6|
|Then Early Writing of Canada, Canadian Literature:1945 to present||ENG 352.3|
|Development of Ethnic Relations in the Czech Republic||POLS 466.3|
British Literature 1660-1790
|AJ14000 + AJ14007|
English Literature of the Middle Ages + British Literature 1830-1890: Victorians
British Literature 1770-1830 Romantics
Remodelling Czech political Culture in Central Europe After 1989
Changing Political & Social Identities in Post-Cold War Central Europe
Cultural Anthropology of Post-Socialism
Modern Czech Theatre
Fiction, Facts & Reality in Modern Czech Literature
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND THREATS TO GLOBAL SECURITY
THE MEANING OF ART
SHAKESPEARE AND THE NATURE OF LOVE
|POLS SR.3 (200 LEVEL)|
INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF CULTURE
INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF MEDIA HISTORY
View another institution
See if we have already granted credit for courses from your institution.
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.