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.
|University of Helsinki course||uSask course|
|Minorities and Majorities||PSY 225.3|
|Politics in a Multicultural Society||POLS Sr 3|
|Principles of Ingenous Petroleum, Field Course in Geology, Pollen Analysis||GEOL 324.3|
|The Beatles as Musicological and Culturlogical Phemomenon, International Organizations, Finnish for Exchange Students, Minorities and Majorities||XAR Sr 3|
History of the Nordic Countries
|Hist Jr 3|
Finnish for Exchange Students, Basic Course
Semitotics, Ethics and Cultural Issues ), Finnish for exchange students
|XAR Jr 3|
Lectures in Lab Animal Science, Neurobiology (lectures in)
Human Genetics, Stem Cells and Organogenesis
Intro to Viruses, Evolution and Genomics of Pathogenic Microbes
|58570, 59907, 526031|
Field Excursion in the Taiga, Intro to Boreal Ecology and Biogeography in Fennoscandia
Biogeochemistry of boreal forect ecosystems
INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION AND EDUCATION TODAY: EASTERN AND WESTERN PERSPECTIVES
|EDUC UNSP 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.