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

North South University courseuSask course
BUS 251
BUSINESS COMMUNICATION
COMM 100.3
ECO 103
INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS
ECON JR 3
ECO 203
INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMIC THEORY I
ECON 211.3
ECO 204
INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMIC THEORY I
ECON 214.3
ECO 260
INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL AND NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS
ECON SR 3
ECO 303
INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMIC THEORY II
ECON SR 3
ENV 102 + ENV 215
ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY + ECOLOGY
BIOL 121.3 + BIOL JR 3
ENV 107
INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
GEOG 125.3 or EVSC 110.3
ENV 203
INTRODUCTIONT TO GEOGRAPHY
XSSC JR 3
ENV 205
CLIMATE CHANGE
GEOG 333.3
ENV 207
ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH
GEOG 364.3
ENV 208
ENVIRONMEMTAL HAZARDS AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT
XSSC SR 3
ENV 214
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
GEOG 280.3
ENV 303
ENVIRONMENTAL HYDROLOGY
GEOG 325.3
ENV 307
URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
GEOG 240.3
ENV 315
ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
PHIL 226.3
ENV 316
GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS
GEOG 322.3
ENV 373
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT AND MONITORING
GEOG 386.3
ENV 401
SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
AGRC 211.3
ENV 405
POPULATION, POVERTY AND ENVIRONMENT
XSSC SR 3
ENV 408
ENVIRONMENT POLLUTION CONTROL
CHEM 375.3
ENV 409
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY, PLANNING AND POLITICS
GEOG 385.3
ENV 410
INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCE PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT
PLAN 329.3
ENV 412
COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT
XSSC SR 3
ENV 421
ENERGY ECONOMICS AND POLICY
ECON SR 3
ENV 436
TOXICOLOGY AND XENOBIOTICS
TOX 301.3
ONLY FOR STUDENTS COMPLETING A BSC (TOXICOLOGY)
ENV 455
RESEARCH METHODS IN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
XSSC SR 3
MAT 120
CALCULUS AND ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY I
MATH 110.3
POL 101
POLITICAL SCIENCE
POLS SR 3
SOC 101
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
SOC 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.