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Academic Support

Learning Communities: a small group of students who share common courses, interests, and/or residence.

Transition Programs: unique programs for first year students transitioning from high school to university.

Academic Help: specialized help for math, academic writing, and study skills.

Colleges and Schools

We are home to 13 interdisciplinary colleges, three graduate schools and six affiliated or federated colleges.

The following colleges have programs available for first year students coming directly from high school.

Arts and Science

Arts and Science

As the only college in Canada to offer courses in the sciences, social sciences, humanities and fine arts, our students enjoy unparalleled academic options. Our focus on unique, modern and interdisciplinary programming allows students to gain an in-depth perspective of their world, on their terms.

Agriculture and Bioresources

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Bioresource Management has entered a global age. Its concerns are universal and individual, large and small, rooted in tradition and driven by innovation. It happens everywhere—in rural fields, urban landscapes, laboratories, wetlands and boardrooms.

Edwards School of Business

Arts and Science

Students choose to study business because it leads to a degree employers look for when scanning a stack of resumés. You will have the ability to move across companies, industries and continents.

Education

Education

We believe that education reaches beyond the classroom to shape futures and impact lives. It is through our innovative programming—and the increasingly practical nature of our programs—that our education students are trained to succeed.

Engineering

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Our prestigious program not only appeals to students like you, but also attracts quality faculty members. Your professors will be top researchers who are eager to pass their knowledge on to you. You’ll be working with and learning from highly qualified engineers in their respective fields, and your success is as important to them as it is to you!

Kinesiology

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Kinesiology takes a holistic approach, covering many areas of study, such as exercise physiology, gross anatomy, biomechanics, motor learning and control, growth and development, psychology and ethics. In our program, you will also have the opportunity to make theory come alive through practice and experiential learning.

St. Thomas More

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STM is a Catholic college, federated with the U of S, that is open to students of all backgrounds. We value learning that is connected to real world experience and hope to educate leaders that will, in turn, build a more just and sustainable society.

These colleges require university credit prior to admission. Each program will have specific required university level courses that must be completed before you are admitted.

Dentistry

Dentistry

The College of Dentistry is a dynamic college with a reputation for excellence in both teaching and research. Established in 1965, the College is fully accredited by the Canadian Dental Association, and is recognized by the American Dental Association. Graduates who successfully complete the Doctor of Dental Medicine degree (D.M.D.) are eligible to take all North American board exams.

Education

Education

We believe that education reaches beyond the classroom to shape futures and impact lives. It is through our innovative programming—and the increasingly practical nature of our programs—that our education students are trained to succeed.

Law

Law

A state-of-the-art teaching and learning facility, world-class faculty, innovative programs and course offerings combine to provide an extraordinary educational experience, preparing you for the exceptional opportunities of the future.

Medicine

Medicine

Originally founded as the School of Medical Sciences and located in the University Greenhouse in 1926, the College of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan has come a long way from its humble beginnings. Today the College of Medicine has a full range of academic programming, including the School of Physical Therapy and the Division of Biomedical Sciences.

Nursing

Nursing

The College of Nursing is a world leader in educating nurses in interprofessional health care, research, practice, innovation, capacity building and policy development. We strengthen nursing, health and the health care system through the creation and integration of knowledge from research, education and practice.

Pharmacy and Nutrition

Pharmacy and Nutrition Pharmacy and Nutrition are dynamic, challenging disciplines, committed to the promotion of health and the treatment of disease.  Our programs provide students with the essential knowledge and skills to be leaders, discoverers and contributors in their professions.

Veterinary Medicine

Pharmacy and Nutrition The Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) is the premier centre of veterinary education, research and clinical expertise in Western Canada. Established in 1963, the WCVM serves as the regional veterinary college for Canada’s four western provinces and the northern territories. As one of Canada’s five veterinary colleges, the WCVM is a key member of Canada's veterinary, public health and food safety network.

These colleges and schools usually require an undergraduate degree from another college or university.

Environment and Sustainability

The School of Environment and Sustainability raises questions about how and which people and places are most affected by unsustainable practices, how our current policies contribute to (un)sustainability, and how Saskatchewan is placed within a global political economy. Students are given opportunities to address environmental and sustainability challenges with regional, national, and international significance.

Graduate Studies

Graduate studies includes master's and doctorate degree study, which is taken after a significant period of undergraduate or bachelor's degree study. You can choose from over 71 master's programs and over 48 doctorate programs.

Physical Therapy

The School of Physical Therapy is an academic unit within the College of Medicine that is closely aligned with the other health science colleges on campus and the College of Graduate Studies and Research. The program is noted for providing students with a strong foundation in the core clinical sciences: cardiorespiratory, neurosciences and musculoskeletal physical therapy.

Public Health

As one of the new interdisciplinary entities at the University of Saskatchewan, the School of Public Health offers innovative opportunities for graduate training, research and programming to ensure our public health system is responsive to future health challenges.

Public Policy

The Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) is a provincial centre for advanced education, research, and outreach and training activities. The school provides students and faculty the opportunity to work on contemporary public policy and administration challenges in an academic environment renowned for innovation and is fast becoming a destination for students from across the country and around the world.

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