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

University of British Columbia - Okanagan Campus courseuSask course
ANTH 103
INTRO TO WORLD ARCHAEOLOGY
ARCH 112.3
ANTH 111
INTRO TO BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
ARCH JR. 3
ANTH 205
GENDER, SEXUALITY, AND THE BODY
ANTH SR. 3
BIOL 116
BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I
BIOL JR. 3
BIOL 116 & 125
BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I & II
BIOL 120.3 & BIOL 121.3
BIOL 117
EVOLUTION AND ECOLOGY
BIOL JR. 3
BIOL 125
BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS II
BIOL JR. 3
BIOL 131 & 133
HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I & II
PHSI 208.6
BIOL 202
INTRODUCTION TO BIOSTATISTICS
STAT 246.3
BIOL 204
VERTABRATE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
BIOL 361.3
BIOL 209
ALGAE, FUNGI, AND BRYOPHYTES
BIOL SR.3 (200 LEVEL)
BIOL 228
INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY
BMSC 210.3
BIOL 265
PRINCIPLES OF GENETICS
BIOL 226.3
BIOL 306
ECOLOGY OF ANIMALS
BIOL SR. 3
BIOL 311
BIOCHEMISTRY I
BMSC 200.3
BIOL 318
IMMUNOLOGY
MCIM 321.3
BIOL 354
CELL PHYSIOLOGY
BIOL 317.3
CHEM 111
PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY I
CHEM 112.3
CHEM 113
PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY II
CHEM 115.3
CHEM 201
INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
CHEM SR. 3
CHEM 203
INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
CHEM JR. 3
CHEM 203 & CHEM 204
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I & II
CHEM 250.3 & CHEM SR. 3
CLST 301
TECH TERMS OF MEDICINE & BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
CLASS 103.3
COMM 101
BUSINESS FUNDAMENTALS
COMM 101.3
COMM 203
MANAGING THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP
COMM 211.3
COMM 204
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
COMM 205.3
COMM 290
INTRO TO QUANTITATIVE DECISION MAKING
COMM 104.3
COMM 291
APPLICATION OF STATISTICS IN BUSINESS
COMM 207.3
COMM 292
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
COMM 105.3
COMM 293
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
COMM 201.3
COMM 296
INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING
COMM 204.3
COSC 111
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING I
CMPT JR. 3
COSC 121
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING II
CMPT JR. 3
COSC 122
COMPUTER FLUENCY
CMPT JR. 3
COSC 211
MACHINE ARCHITECTURE
CMPT 215.3
COSC 221
INTRODUCTION TO DISCRETE STRUCTURES
CMPT 260.3
COSC 222
DATA STRUCTURES
CMPT JR. 3
ECON 101
PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
ECON 111.3
ECON 102
PRINCPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
ECON 114.3
EESC 111
EARTH SCIENCE
GEOL 121.3
EESC 121
EARTH HISTORY
GEOL 122.3
EESC 200
MINEROLOGY
GEOL 224.3
ENGL 112
STRATEGIES FOR UNIVERSITY WRITING
XAR JR. 3
ENGL 150
INTRODUCTION TO LITERARY GENRES
ENG JR. 3
ENGL 151
CRITICAL STUDIES IN LITERATURE
ENG JR. 3
ENGL 153
READINGS IN NARRATIVE
ENG JR. 3
ENGL 220
LITERATURE IN HISORICAL CONTEXT 1
ENG SR. 3
ENGL 221
LITERATURE IN HISTORICAL CONTEXT 2
HIST SR. 3
ENGL 222
LITERATURE IN CANADA
ENG SR. 3
GEOG 128
HUMAN GEOGRAPHY: SPACE, PLACE & COMMUNITY
GEOG JR. 3
GEOG 129
HUMAN GEOGRAPHY: RESOURCES, DEVELOPMENT & SOCIETY
GEOG JR. 3
GEOG 200
ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENTS
GEOG SR. 3
GEOG 205
INTRODUCTION TO HYDROLOGY
GEOG 225.3
GEOG 271
GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS
STAT 245.3
GEOG 272
CARTOGRAPHY & REMOTE SENSING
GEOG 222.3
GEOG 310
ENVIRONMENT & RESOURCES
GEOG 385.3
GERM 100
BEGINNER GERMAN 1
GERM JR. 3
GERM 200
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN 1
GERM SR. 3
GERM 210
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN 2
GERM SR. 3
GERM 220
BEGINNER GERMAN 2
GERM JR. 3
HEAL 100
INTRO TO HEALTH STUDIES
KIN UNSP. 3
HEAL 201
EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY
KIN UNSP. 3
HEAL 300
METHODS OF DATA RESEARCH
STAT 244.3
HEAL 301
HEALTH RESEARCH METHODS
KIN 380.3
HIST 112
CANADA TO 1867
HIST JR. 3
HIST 115
WORLD HISTORY FROM 1ST TO 2ND WORLD WAR
HIST JR. 3
HIST 122
CANADA SINCE 1867
HIST JR. 3
HMKN 101
BIOMECHANICS
KIN 222.3
HMKN 102
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN CANADIAN SOCIETY
KIN 232.3
HMKN 190
FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY & APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY 1
KIN 225.3
HMKN 191
FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY & APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY 2
KIN 226.3
HMKN 200
EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY 1
KIN 225.3
HMKN 201
EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY 1
KIN 231.3
HMKN 202
HUMAN MOTOR BEHAVIOUR 1
KIN 322.3
HMKN 203
LIFESPAN PHYSICAL & MOTOR DEVELOPMENT
KIN 322.3
MATH 100
DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS WITH APPLICATIONS TO PHYSICAL SCIENCES & ENGINEERING
MATH 123.3
MATH 101
INTEGRAL CALCULUS WITH APPLICATIONS TO PHYSICAL SCIENCES & ENGINEERING
MATH 124.3
MATH 111
FINITE MATH
MATH JR. 3
MATH 116
CALCULUS I FOR MANAGEMENT & ECONOMICS
MATH JR. 3
MATH 200
CALCULUS III
MATH 225.3
MATH 221
MATRIX ALGEBRA
MATH JR. 3
MGMT 100
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
COMM 101.3
MUSC 100
PRINCIPLES OF MUSICAL FORM
MUS JR. 3
MUSC 103
INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY OF MUSIC
MUS JR. 3
PHIL 111
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY I
PHIL JR. 3
PHIL 120
INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC & CRITICAL THINKING
PHIL 140.3
PHIL 121
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY II
PHIL JR. 3
PHIL 125
SCIENTIFIC REASON
PHIL JR. 3
PHIL 220A
SYMBOLIC LOGIC I
PHIL SR. 3
PHYS 111
CALCULUS-BASED PHYSICS
PHYS JR. 3
PHYS 112
INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS I
PHYS JR. 3
PHYS 112 & 122
INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS I & II
PHYS 115.3 & PHYS 117.3
PHYS 122
INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS II
PHYS JR. 3
PHYS 140
PHYSICS OF EVERYDAY WORLD
XNSC JR. 3
PHYS 200
RELATIVITY AND QUANTA
PHYS JR. 3
POLI 101
GOVERNMENT OF CANADA
POLS 111.3
POLI 220
INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS
POLS SR. 3
POLI 221
INTERNATIONAL POLITICS
POLS SR. 3
PSYO 111
INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY: BASIC PROCESSES
PSY 120.3
PSYO 121
INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY: PERSONAL FUNCTIONING
PSY 121.3
PSYO 219
INTRODUCTION TO COGNITION
PSY SR. 3
PSYO 230
BIOPSYCHOLOGY OF BEHAVIOUR
PSY 242.3
PSYO 241
PERSONALITY
PSY SR. 3
SOCI 111
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY I
SOC JR. 3
SOCI 121
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY II
SOC JR. 3
SOCI 216
MEDIA AND SOCIETY
SOC SR. 3
SPAN 101
BEGINNER SPANISH 1
SPAN 114.3
SPAN 102
BEGINNER SPANISH 2
SPAN JR. 3
SPAN 201 & 202
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH 1 & 2
SPAN 117.3
STAT 121
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
STAT JR. 3
STAT 124
BUSINESS STATISTICS
STAT JR. 3

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