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

Umea University courseuSask course
Cont. Theories of Developmental PsychologyPSY 213.3
GIS and Spatial AnalysisAgrc Unsp 6
Milestones in Swedish History IV-The Emergency of the Welfare State and the Internationalization of Swedish Society Hist Sr 3
Qualatative Research Methods for the Social SciencesPSY 235.3
Quantatative Research Methods for the Social SciencesPOLS 256.3
Russian PoliticsPOLS 342.3
Service Marketing and Marketing PoliticsCOMM 452.3
Swedish Language, Level One Lang Jr 3
Swedish Language, Level Two Lang Jr 3
1 HI 018
Population Studies
Soc Sr 3
1 HI 024
Milestones in Swedish History III-From Agrarian to Industrial Society
Hist Sr 3
1 HI 032
Political History and the Analysis of Ideology
Pols Sr 3
2FE113COMM 342.3
2FE138COMM 349.3
Plant Physiology
UMU 16101
Milestones in Swedish History
AGRC Unsp 3
UMU 24406
Int Business Environment
Agec Sr 3
UMU 24425
Int Business Culture and Communication
Agec Sr 6
UMU 26188
Swedish Politics
GRC Unsp 3
UMU 27900
Analysis of Finanial Data
AGEC Unsp 3
UMU 29106
Business GIAS
Agec Sr 6
UMU 50200
Conservation Biology
Biol Sr 6
UMU 50207
Population and Community Dynamics
Biol Sr 6
UMU 53032
Quantum Mechanics II
Phys 481.3
UMU 53034
Quantum Transport Theory
Phys Sr 3
UMU 53080
Atomic and Molecular Physics
Phys Sr 3
UMU 53084
Space Physics
Phys 322.3
UMU 53109
Astr 312.3
UMU 53110
Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy
Phys Sr 3
UMU 53130
Non-Linear Physics
Phys 402.3
UMU 53135
Humans and Vehicles in Space
Phys Sr 3

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This listing is not comprehensive.