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 Lethbridge courseuSask course
ADCS 1000
INTRODUCTION TO ADDICTION STUDIES
XSSC JR. 3
AGST 1000
THE EVOLUTION OF AGRICULTURE
AGRC JR. 3
AHMS 1000
INTRODUCTION TO ART
ARTH 121.3
ANTH 1000
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL & CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTH 111.3
ANTH 2110
ANTHROPOLOGY OF POPULAR CULTURE
ANTH SR. 3
ANTH 2510
LANGUAGE, CULTURE, AND COMMUNICATION
ANTH SR. 3
ARKY 1000
INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY
ARCH JR. 3
ART 2031
FOUNDATION STUDIO (DRAWING & IMAGE)
ART JR.3
ASTR 2020
MODERN ASTRONOMY
ASTR JR. 3
ASTR 2070
THE SOLAR SYSTEM
ASTR JR. 3
BCHM 2000
INTRODUCTORY BOCHEMISTRY
BMSC 200.3
BCHM 2300
ELEMENTS OF HUMAN NUTRITION
NUTR 120.3
BIOL 1010
CELLULAR BASIS OF LIFE
BIOL 120.3
BIOL 1020
DIVERSITY OF LIFE
BIOL 121.3
BIOL 2000
PRINCIPLES OF GENETICS
BIOL 226.3
BIOL 2200
PRINCIPLES OF ECOLOGY
BIOL 228.3
CHEM 1000
ATOMS, MOLECULES, & CHEMICAL REACTIONS
CHEM 112.3
CHEM 1110
CHEMISTRY FOR LIFE SCIENCES I
CHEM 112.3
CHEM 2000
EQUILIBRIUM & ELECTRONIC CHEMISTRY
CHEM 115.3
CHEM 2120
CHEMISTRY FOR LIFE SCIENCES II
CHEM 250.3
CHEM 2410
INTRO TO ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
CHEM SR. 3
CHEM 2500
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I
CHEM JR. 3
CPSC 1000
INTRO TO COMPUTER SCIENCE
CMPT 100.3
CPSC 1620
FUNDAMENTALS OF PROGRAMMING I
CMPT JR. 3
CPSC 1820
DISCRETE STRUCTURES
CMPT JR. 3
DRAM 1000
INTRO TO DRAMATIC ARTS
DRAM JR. 3
DRAM 2100
PLAY READING AND ANALYSIS
DRAM 101.3
DRAM 2310
ACTING I
DRAM 118.3
DRAM 2341
MOVEMENT STUDIES
DRAM SR. 3
DRAM 2510
THEATRE FOR A YOUNG AUDIENCE I
DRAM SR. 3
DRAM 2810
INTRO TO STAGECRAFT
DRAM JR. 3
ECON 1010
INTRO TO MICROECONOMICS
ECON 111.3
ECON 1012
INTRO TO MACROECONOMICS
ECON 114.3
ECON 2150
ECON OF AG ISSUES
ECON SR. 3
EDUC 2500
PRACTICUM 1: ORIENTATION TO TEACHING
EFDT 101.3
ENGL 1900
INTRO TO LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
ENG JR. 3
ENGL 2000
SURVEY OF CANADIAN LITERATURE
ENG SR. 3
ENGL 2100
POETRY
ENG 294.3
ENGL 2400
SURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE I
ENG SR. 3
ENGL 2450
SURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE II
ENG SR. 3
ENGL 2500
SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE I
ENG SR. 3
ENGL 2550
SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE II
ENG SR. 3
ENVS 2000
FUNDAMENTALS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
GEOG 280.3
FREN 1000
BEGINNER'S FRENCH I
FREN 103.3
FREN 1100
BEGINNER'S FRENCH II
FREN 106.3
FREN 2000
LANGUAGE I
FREN 122.3
FREN 2200
LANGUAGE II
FREN 125.3
GEOG 1000
INTRO TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
GEOG 120.3
GEOG 1200
INTRO TO HUMAN GEOGRAPHY
GEOG 130.3
GEOG 2000
WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY
GOEG 208.3
GEOG 2210
URBAN & ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY
GEOG JR. 3
GEOG 2300N
WEATHER AND CLIMATE
GEOG 233.3
GEOG 2600
CANADA
GEOG 202.3
GEOG 3740
GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS
GEOG 322.3
GEOL 2060
PHYSICAL GEOLOGY
GEOL 121.3
GERM 1000
BEGINNER'S GERMAN I
GERM 114.3
GERM 1100
BEGINNER'S GERMAN II
GERM 117.3
GREK 1200
ELEMENTARY BIBLICAL GREEK I
GRK JR. 3
GREK 1300
ELEMENTARY BIBLICAL GREEK II
GRK JR. 3
HIST 1000
WESTERN CIVILIZATION
HIST JR. 3
HIST 2150
THE POLITICS OF EUROPE 1750-1914
HIST SR. 3
HIST 2250
CHINA IN THE 19TH & 20TH CENTURIES
HIST SR. 3
HIST 2290
MAIN THEMES IN EAST ASIAN HISTORY
HIST SR. 3
HIST 2300
LATIN AMERICA
HIST SR. 3
HIST 2500
THEMES IN BRITISH SOCIAL/POLITICAL HISTORY
HIST SR. 3
HIST 2600
MAIN THEMES IN HISTORY OF THE U.S.
HIST SR. 3
HIST 2710
CANADA TO 1867
HIST 151.3
HIST 2720
CANADA SINCE 1867
HIST 152.3
HIST 2800
HISTORY OF WOMEN
HIST SR. 3
HLSC 2310
HUMAN NUTRITION
NUTR 120.3
HLSC 3450
APPLIED STATISTICS FOR CLINICAL PRACTICE
STAT 245.3
KNES 1000
WELLNESS & PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
KIN 121.3
KNES 1160 & 1161
HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I, II
PHSI 208.6
KNES 2110
BIOLOGICAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCE
KIN UNSP. 3
KNES 2140
PSY DEMENSIONS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY INVOLVEMENT
KIN UNSP. 3
KNES 2200
SOC DIMENSIONS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY INVOLVEMENT
KIN UNSP. 3
KNES 2200
RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES
KIN 380.3
KNES 2600
FUNCTIONAL HUMAN ANATOMY
ACB 221.3
KNES 2620 & 3610
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY, EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
KIN 225.3 & 226.3
LATI 1000
ELEMENTARY LATIN I
LATN JR. 3
LATI 1100
ELEMENTARY LATIN II
LATN JR. 3
LBED 1000
KNOWLEDGE & LIBERAL EDUCATION
XAR JR. 3
LBED 2000
IDENTITY & LIBERAL EDUCATION
XAR JR. 3
LBSC 2000
LIBRARY RESEARCH & INFO SYSTEMS
NO CREDIT
LING 2300
INTRO TO LINGUISTICS
LING JR. 3
LOGI 1000
INTRO TO LOGIC
PHIL 140.3
MATH 1410
ELEMENTARY LINEAR ALGEBRA
MATH JR. 3
MATH 1560
CALCULUS I
MATH 110.3
MATH 2000
MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS
MATH SR. 3
MATH 2560
CALCULUS II
MATH 116.3
MATH 3600
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS I
MATH 224.3
MGT 1000
INTRO TO MANAGEMENT
COMM JR. 3
MGT 2020
MARKETING
COMM 204.3
MGT 2030
INTRO TO ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
COMM 105.3
MGT 2070
OPERATIONS AND QUANTITATIVE
COMM 205.3
MGT 2400
MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
COMM 210.3
MGT 3010
MANAGEMENT LAW
COMM 304.3
MGT 3040
FINANCE
COMM 203.3
MGT 3470
CORPORATE FINANCE
COMM 363.3
MUSI 1000
INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC
MUS JR. 3
MUSI 2850
AMERICAN POPULAR MUSIC
MUS 111.3
NAS 1000
INTRO TO NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES
INDG JR. 3
NAS 4700
THE METIS
INDG SR. 3
NEUR 2600
BRAIN AND BEHAVIOUR
PSY 246.3
PHIL 1000
INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY
1/2 OF PHIL 110.6
PHIL 2000
THE MEANING OF LIFE
PHIL SR. 3
PHIL 2220
PHILOSOPHY OF THE MIND
PHIL SR. 3
PHIL 2234
PHILOSOPHY & WORLDVIEW OF SCIENCE
PHIL SR. 3
PHYS 1000
INTRO TO PHYSICS I
PHYS 115.3
PHYS 1050
INTRO TO BIOPHYSICS
PHYS 115.3
PHYS 2000
INTRO TO PHYSICS II
PHYS 155.3
PHYS 2130
WAVES, OPTICS, AND SOUND
PHYS JR. 3
POLI 1000
INTRO TO POLITICAL STUDIES
POLS 112.3
POLI 2110
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
POLS SR. 3
POLI 2210
CANADIAN POLITICS & GOVERNMENT
POLS 111.3
POLI 2310
COMPARATIVE POLITICAL STUDIES
POLS JR. 3
POLI 2610
INTRO TO RESEARCH METHODS
POLS SR. 3
POLI 3120
CANADIAN FOREIGN POLICY
POLS SR. 3
POLI 3130
INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
POLS SR. 3
PSYC 1000
BASIC CONCEPTS OF PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 120.3
PSYC 2030
METHODS & STATISTICS
STAT 245.3
PSYC 2110
INTRO TO CHILD DEVELOPMENT
PSY 213.3
PSYC 2320
COGNITION & PERCEPTION
PSY 253.3
PSYC 2330
LEARNING & COGNITION
PSY SR. 3
PSYC 2505
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 223.3
PSYC 2700
BEHAVIOUR & EVOLUTION
PSY 243.3
PSYC 2800
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 226.3
PSYC 2840
COMPARATIVE SEXUALITY
PSY 227.3
PSYC 3450
APPLIED STATISTICS IN PSYCHOLOGY
STAT 245.3
PUBH 3420
PUBLIC HEALTH ETHICS
XAR UNSP. 3
RELS 1000
INTRO TO WORLD RELIGIONS
RLST JR. 3
RELS 2200
THE BUDDHIST TRADITION
RLST SR. 3
SOC 2130
SOCIAL STATISTICS
SOC SR. 3
SOCI 1000
BASIC CONCEPTS IN SOCIOLOGY
SOC JR. 3
SOCI 2010
CANADIAN SOCIETY
SOC SR. 3
SOCI 2100
RESEARCH MEDOLOGY
SOC 232.3
SOCI 2500
DEVIANCE, CONFORMITY, & SOCIAL CONTROL
SOC 214.3
SOCI 2600
INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY
SOC SR. 3
SOCI 3310
SOCIOLOGY OF FAMILIES
SOC SR. 3
SOCI 3330
SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION
SOC 217.3
SPAN 1000
BEGINNER'S SPANISH I
SPAN 114.3
STAT 1770
INTRO TO PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
STAT JR. 3 OR COMM 104.3
STAT 1770 & 2780
PROBABLITY & STATISTICS/STATISTICAL INFERENCE
STAT 245.3 & STAT JR. 3
WGST 1000
INTRO TO WOMEN'S STUDIES
WGST JR. 3
WRIT 1000
INTRO TO ACADEMIC WRITING
XAR JR. 3

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