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 Guelph courseuSask course
AGR 1100 & 1250AGRC 111.3 & 112.3
COMBINED ONLY
ANTH 2160ANTH SR. 3
BIOL 1030BIOL JR.3
BIOL 1040BIOL JR.3
BIOL 1070BIOL 121.3
BIOL 1080BIOL JR. 3
BIOL 1090BIOL 120.3
BIOL 1500BIOL JR. 3
BIOL 2060BIOL 228.3
BIOL 3020BIOL SR. 3
BIOL 3110BIOL 263.3
Bot 2000PLSC SR 3
BUS 2220COMM 201.3
BUS 3320NO CREDIT
BUS 3330COMM 321.3
CHEM 1040CHEM JR. 3
CHEM 1050CHEM JR. 3
ECON 1050ECON 111.3
ECON 1100ECON 114.3
ECON 2310ECON 211.3
ECON 2410ECON 214.3
ECON 3560COMM 203.3
ENGL 1080ENG JR.3
ENGL 1200ENG JR.3
ENVS 1030ENVS 110.3 & XAR JR. 3
FARE 1040XAR JR. 6
FOOD 2010FABS 110.3
FRHD 1020HED JR. 3
FRHD 2100XSSC JR. 3
FRHD 2280PSY 214.3
GEOG 1300GEOG 120.3
GEOG 1350GEOG JR. 3 (PHYSICAL)
GEOG 2000GEOG 235.3
GEOG 2210GEOG 280.3
MATH 1080
Elements of Calculus 1
MATH 125.3
MATH 1200MATH 110.3
MATH 1210MATH 116.3
MATH 2130MATH 211.3
MATH 2270MATH 238.3
MBG 1000XAR JR. 3
MCB 2050
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
BMSC 220.3
MICR 2420BMSC 210.3
MUSC 1060MUS JR.3
NUTR 3210
FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION
NUTR 120.3
PHYS 1020NO CREDIT
PHYS 1070PHYS JR.3
PHYS 1080
INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS FOR THE LIFE SCIENCE 2
PHYS JR.3
PHYS 1080 & PHYS 1300
INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS FOR THE LIFE SCIENCES 2/FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS
PHYS 115.3 & PHYS JR.3
PHYS 1130PHYS 125.3
PHYS 1300
FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS
PHYS JR.3
POLS 1150POLS JR. 3
POLS 1500POLS JR. 3
PSYC 1100PSY JR.3
PSYC 1200PSY 121.3
PSYC 2310PSY 225.3
PSYC 2740PSY SR.3
PSYC 3390PSY SR. 3
SOC 1100SOC JR.3
SOC 2070SOC SR.3
SPAN 1100SPAN JR.3
THST 1200XSSC JR. 3

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Disclaimer

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.