University of Saskatchewan

Canada / Saskatoon

  • Degree : Diploma - Graduate - PhD / Doctoral Studies - Postgraduate - Short Programs - Undergraduate
  • Application Fee : CAD120
  • Intake : January
  • Deadline for application : 19 Sep 2021
  • Language Requirements : ✓  International Certificate in English at B2 level

University of Saskatchewan Description

USask is one of the top research-intensive, medical doctoral universities in Canada, and is home to world-leading research in areas of global importance, such as water and food security and infectious diseases. Study and discovery is enhanced by our outstanding facilities, including the Canadian Light Source synchrotron, VIDO-InterVac, the Global Institute for Food Security, the Global Institute for Water Security and the Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation.
Guided by our University Plan: The University the World Needs, we work together across disciplines and with our communities to find creative solutions to the most pressing global challenges. Our graduates, recognized for their strong work ethic, resourceful nature and determination, are leading change here at home and around the world.

USask (Main Campus) Description

Established in 1907, nestled along the banks of the South Saskatchewan River, our historic campus is recognized as one of the most beautiful in Canada.


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Undergraduate
CAD11,560 Per Semester
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With an industry worth more than $95 billion annually in Canada alone, agribusiness is big business. It is a business of local and global importance, encompassing a huge range of activities that contribute to our supply of food and natural fibres. Agribusiness comes into play at every stage in the food chain, from primary production to the packaging of your favourite snack food. It is also a dynamic business that must respond to advances in technology,…

Diploma
CAD11,560 Per Semester
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The Diploma in Agribusiness will provide you with skills to start up your own business, to join the family business or to be part of an industry team. Major employment prospects for agribusiness professionals include: bank loans officers and financial managers processing managers, sales managers, production managers farmers, ranchers, feedlot managers, hog barn managers or manufacturers business consultants, commodity marketers, real estate broker…

Undergraduate
CAD11,560 Per Semester
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Agricultural Biology provides students with the ability to apply scientific principles to biotechnology, genetics, evolution and wildland ecology including but not limited to wildlife and conservation biology, toxicology and environmental conditions, and wildlife and domestic animals. With focus on particular areas relevant to agriculture—such as biotechnology, genetics and evolution, plant pathology, plant molecular biology and wildlife ecology—you…

Undergraduate
CAD11,560 Per Semester
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Agricultural Economics is the study of how societies use available resources to meet the needs of people. Agriculture represents the single largest use of the earth's resources—a major driving force in the world's economy. Agricultural economists study agriculture from a business context which involves where products are being consumed, developed, financed, grown, marketed, processed, regulated, researched, taxed and transported. You will examine…

Undergraduate
CAD11,560 Per Semester
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Agronomy is a science that finds ways to grow crops more efficiently and profitably while protecting the environment. Agronomy affects us all through the food we eat, the coffee we drink, the ethanol-based gas we use to power our vehicles and the natural fibers in the clothing we wear. You will examine ways use natural resources efficiently, sustainably and profitably to produce food, feed, fibre and fuel. You will take courses from several disciplines…

Diploma
CAD11,560 Per Semester
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A Diploma in Agronomy gives you the skills to start up your own business to lead the family business research technicians soil conservationists credit adviser agribusiness operators or managers sales representatives machinery service representatives In addition, Diploma graduates are eligible for professional designation as Technical Agrologist with the Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists. As agricultural enterprise grows more diverse, technologically…

Undergraduate
CAD11,560 Per Semester
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Animal bioscience is the study of animal metabolism, genetics, physiology, nutrition, behaviour, care, health and the social and environmental impact of domestic animals. Do you have an interest in domestic animals? You will have opportunities to learn through experience in working with animals. This program meets the pre-veterinary medicine requirements and prepares you to work in fields outside of traditional animal agriculture including biomedical…

Diploma
CAD11,560 Per Semester
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Animal scientists study the feeding, breeding and management of domestic animals, particularly those of agricultural significance, from herd genetics and high-performance diets to animal vaccines and environmentally sound animal management. You will examine innovative solutions that meet the challenges posed by a growing world population with changing patterns of diet, a finite amount of farmland and changing climatic conditions. You will also study…

Undergraduate
CAD11,560 Per Semester
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Plant Ecologists study the interactions among plants, between plants and the environment, and between soils, plants and animals. Forestry industries, human and livestock health, and agriculture all depend on healthy plant communities and ecosystems. Learn how to apply ecological principles to ecosystems such as rangelands, forests, wetlands, and croplands for sustainable production. Applied Plant Ecology integrates principles and advanced knowledge…

Short Programs
CAD11,783 Per Semester
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Biology is the study of all living organisms and their relationships and interactions with other living organisms. In a world where climate change, habitat loss and genome discoveries increasingly make headlines, biologists today are presented with an array of exciting challenges and opportunities. You will examine the unique interactions between various life forms such as cells, parasites, pathogens, animals, plants, insects and humans through studying…

Undergraduate
CAD11,560 Per Semester
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Crop scientists contribute to global food security by increasing local and global food production, developing new crop varieties, and protecting plants from disease and environmental stresses. Discover alternatives to traditional cropping systems and learn to improve the quality and nutrition of crops that feed the world. Crop Science is the study of agricultural issues and challenges, including resource use consistent with sustainable production…

Undergraduate
CAD11,560 Per Semester
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Environmental science explores the relationships between environmental constraints and sustainable development. An emphasis is placed on the challenges faced in Canada, including the impact of climate change, agriculture, forestry, and oil and gas exploration on the environment. Environmental science looks at ongoing and emerging environmental issues such as: biological remediation agents, disposal of toxic chemicals, ground water contamination,…

Undergraduate
CAD11,560 Per Semester
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Food and Bioproduct Sciences is a unique multi-disciplinary program that incorporates the knowledge of biology, chemistry, physics, microbiology and engineering to the production of food and bioproducts from plants, animals and microorganisms. This multi-disciplinary program provides opportunities for you to understand a number of important issues facing Canada’s agri-food sector including: the improvement of traditional foods and food processing,…

Undergraduate
CAD11,560 Per Semester
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Design and maintain an urban forest, a community garden or a new golf course. Manage a greenhouse. Help developing countries feed themselves. Introduce a new high-value crop which can be processed to add further value. Beautify the environment – both indoors and out – while also working to reduce energy use and pollution and help to grow food crops sustainably. Develop and demonstrate new energy efficient and ecologically sound means of growing greenhouse…

Undergraduate
CAD11,560 Per Semester
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Sustainable use of our land, water and plant resources is increasingly recognized as a key societal goal. The Resource Economics and Policy field of study involves the development of policies directly relevant to the management of these resources. Resource Economics and Policy combines science, field study, economics, policy, and project design and implementation to produce a unique educational experience for students. You will learn about: sustainable…

Undergraduate
CAD11,560 Per Semester
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Sustainable use of our land, water and plant resources is increasingly recognized as a key societal goal. Resource Science provides essential skills and knowledge in applied sciences and resource management which can be used to influence sustainable development such as rejuvenating disturbed land or reducing greenhouse gas emissions from landscapes. The Resource Science specialization provides you with hands-on, practical experience in field measurement…

Undergraduate
CAD120 Per Semester
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Soil forms an essential part of the environment—affecting or controlling most living things. Soil science studies the soil system to find the best ways of producing food, fuel, and fibre while still preserving soil for use by future generations. Soil science draws from biology, ecology, geography, geology and a variety of other natural and life sciences. The soil science program at the University of Saskatchewan provides an in-depth understanding…

Postgraduate
CAD34,353 Per Semester
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Veterinary medicine focuses on animal health and the study of diseases that affect all animal species. Veterinarians receive comprehensive training in all basic and clinical sciences with relation to a variety of species, including food‑producing animals, horses, companion animals, exotic pets and wildlife. This program prepares you to meet the needs of animal health care in Western Canada and beyond. Our curriculum allows you to pursue personal…

Short Programs
CAD686 Entire Course
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The Prairie Horticulture Certificate (PHC) is an online program designed specifically for the Prairies. It is collaboratively offered through a consortium of three western Canadian educational institutions: Assiniboine Community College (Manitoba), Olds College (Alberta) and the University of Saskatchewan (Saskatchewan). Horticulture is the study of the biology, production and utilization of fruits, vegetables, flowers, medicinals, ornamental crops,…

Undergraduate
CAD13,289 Per Semester
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Accounting is the art of measuring, communicating, and interpreting financial activity, and is sometimes referred to as "the language of business." It involves interacting with numbers and people to determine the financial health of an organization. The Accounting major is designed to provide students with the general, business and accounting knowledge necessary for them to succeed as professional accountants. Since accounting is a dynamic field,…

Short Programs
CAD10,316 Per Semester
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The Aboriginal Business Administration Certificate (ABAC) is a two-year direct-entry program for self-declared Métis, First Nation, and Inuit students. The certificate is a gradual step towards a successful career in business with an option to transfer into the B.Comm. degree program upon completion. ABAC is designed to provide programming for Aboriginal students who wish to obtain a certificate in business but who do not want to study in a four-year…

Undergraduate
CAD11,783 Per Semester
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This program is aimed at applying the power of mathematics to solve practical problems. Behind every modern technology there is a history of conceptual mathematical developments, for example, the foundations of computer science, data compression and Google’s ranking system. The relevance of mathematical reasoning in modern life is invaluable. You will learn how to use mathematics to analyze and solve problems arising in other subject areas such as…

Undergraduate
CAD11,783 Per Semester
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Archaeology is the study of artifacts and other physical remains of earlier societies and communities in order to unravel the mysteries of human cultural diversity and adaptation. Archaeologists can reconstruct past human behaviours and life ways from tools, shelters, ornaments, food remnants, modified landscapes, and even human remains. The program focuses on the past peoples of western Canada and the broader Circumpolar North. You will have the…

Undergraduate
CAD11,309 Per Semester
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Advance knowledge and understanding of human diversity and adaptation — past, present, and future — while seeking answers to the most vexing issues and problems affecting our species and our planet Anthropology is the comprehensive study of human beings, past and present, in comparative, cross-cultural, and holistic light. Archaeology is a sub-discipline of Anthropology that focuses on the study of artifacts and other physical remains of past peoples…

Undergraduate
CAD11,309 Per Semester
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Study the histories of the visual arts which include photography, sculpture, painting, architecture, video, performances, installation, film, and digital imaging, among other media. In addition to studying more traditional art history such as Renaissance and Baroque art you will be exposed to such areas as First People's Art History; Postcolonial Issues in Contemporary Canadian Art; Art of the Internet; Contemporary Performance Art Theory and Praxis;…

Undergraduate
CAD11,783 Per Semester
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Biochemistry, microbiology and immunology examines the processes regulating DNA, RNA and proteins within cells and the world of viruses, bacteria and how infections occur and are combatted by the immune system. Mutations, metabolic disorders, cancer and determination of protein structure are of particular importance to humans in how we advance modern medicine. Studies of the immune system and microbial processes allow the development of protective…

Undergraduate
CAD11,783 Per Semester
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Bioinformatics combines biology, biochemistry, mathematics, statistics and computer science for analyzing and understanding the biochemical processes of life. If your passion is understanding biological processes, genetics, or diseases using biological information, this program would suit you well. You will learn specialized computational techniques for storing, visualizing, and analyzing data generated from genome sequencing projects and technologies…

Short Programs
CAD1,580 Per Semester
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The Certificate in Biological Research provides opportunities for you to explore and engage in independent authentic research with world-class faculty. Through your choice of a faculty supervisor, you will study a research problem that suits your area of interest. You will examine the unique interactions between various life forms such as cells, parasites, pathogens, animals, plants, insects and humans by studying different elements of biology such…

Undergraduate
CAD11,783 Per Semester
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Biomedical foundations provides students with a strong foundation of multidisciplinary training in biomedical science while providing flexibility for initial specialization within a particular biomedical science. This program includes necessary courses to prepare you for entry into health-related professional schools not requiring a four-year degree, such as dentistry, veterinary medicine and pharmacy. You will also learn essential skills for careers…

Undergraduate
CAD11,783 Per Semester
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Biomedical neuroscience is the study of molecular and cellular neuroscience, systems and sensory neuroscience, behavioural and cognitive neuroscience, neurophysiology and neuroanatomy. This program includes education in many of the major topics in neuroscience. This program includes necessary prerequisite courses for life science professional schools (e.g. medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, nutrition, veterinary medicine, etc.). While this program focuses…

Short Programs
CAD12,045 Per Semester
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The Certificate in Business (CBUS) is an eight-course program that will provide you with the knowledge and skills to be successful in professional business environments. You will be introduced to business foundations and will have opportunities to become a more innovative thinker, a creative problem-solver, an effective contributor and a team leader. Whether you are a recent high school graduate, current university student, or a working professional,…

Undergraduate
CAD11,309 Per Semester
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Economics is the science describing the production and distribution of wealth. Business Economics provides you with a background in both economics and commerce, with special emphasis in economics, so as to prepare you for the world of business, finance, and public service. This program will provide you with knowledge and the tools to comprehend, assess and analyze the many pressing issues and problems of individuals, businesses and society in an…

Postgraduate
CAD1,314 Per Semester
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Guidance education is the support of students in their scholastic, social and personal growth. This program is flexibly designed for teachers and human service providers, and can be taken on a part-time basis while you work. It offers a combination of distance and face-to-face learning with continuous enrolment options so you can study as your schedule allows. This program incorporates skills-development in communication, career development and decision-making,…

Short Programs
CAD1,489 Per Semester
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The certificate in Catholic studies provides an interdisciplinary approach to the academic study of Catholicism from the beginnings of Christianity in the ancient world to the presence of Catholicism as the largest Christian community in the world today. The certificate program in Catholic studies is interdisciplinary by design, allowing students the opportunity of meeting its requirements by means of courses in drama, English, history, interdisciplinary…

Undergraduate
CAD11,783 Per Semester
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Cellular, physiological and pharmacological sciences is the study of the structure, function and development of organisms at the molecular, subcellular, cellular, tissue and organ levels. It investigates the functions and mechanisms of major systems of the human body and studies the effects and mode of action of drugs which modify major body systems. You will study human anatomy, cell biology, neurobiology, skeletal biology, embryonic development,…

Undergraduate
CAD14,900 Per Semester
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Chemical engineers – also known as process engineers – are practical chemists who solve problems or create useful products. They research, design, and develop chemical processes and equipment while seeking to reduce our impact on the environment. We’ve redesigned first-year engineering at USask to help you succeed and make engineering more fun. We call the new first year RE-ENGINEERED. It’s the only program of its kind in Canada. It will get you…

Undergraduate
CAD11,783 Per Semester
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Chemistry focuses on what happens to matter at the molecular and subatomic levels. In other words, it is the study of how virtually everything in the world really works. Chemists are at the forefront of scientific discovery in a wide variety of fields such as medicine, drug discovery, nanotechnology, new material design and the environment. You will learn how molecules interact, how and why chemical reactions occur and how to control these processes.…

Undergraduate
CAD14,900 Per Semester
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Civil engineers build our physical world - roads and buildings, bridges and tunnels, airports and subway systems, water and sewage systems. They may specialize in foundation analysis, building and structural inspection, surveying and municipal planning. We’ve redesigned first-year engineering at USask to help you succeed and make engineering more fun. We call the new first year RE-ENGINEERED. It’s the only program of its kind in Canada. It will get…

Short Programs
CAD10,539 Per Semester
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The Certificate of Proficiency in Classical and Medieval Latin cultivates the ability to translate and interpret Classical and Medieval Latin texts. It is designed to assist students who wish to incorporate classical and/or medieval Latin in their studies, or who are simply interested in developing a reading knowledge of Latin. You will learn how to translate and interpret Classical and Medieval Latin texts. You will not only learn how to read Latin…

Undergraduate
CAD11,309 Per Semester
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Discover some of the roots of the modern world by examining the development of culture and thought from Graeco-Roman antiquity through the Middle Ages and into the Renaissance. Explore, understand and appreciate ancient languages and the literature, art, ideas, and historical movements that informed Western civilizations. You will examine the development of European cultures and societies between 700 B.C. and A.D. 1600. An understanding of these…

Undergraduate
CAD14,900 Per Semester
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Computer engineers create and improve the technologies and hardware that shape our modern world. We’ve redesigned first-year engineering at USask to help you succeed and make engineering more fun. We call the new first year RE-ENGINEERED. It’s the only program of its kind in Canada. It will get you excited and inspired about engineering. In RE-ENGINEERED, instead of high-stakes exams, you will do more assignments and quizzes so you can improve your…

Undergraduate
CAD11,783 Per Semester
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Computer science studies the theory, design, development and application of software and software systems in a wide range of fields from artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction to computational modelling and computer graphics. You will learn about a wide range of topics including design and maintenance of software systems, distributed systems, human-computer interaction, computational modeling, artificial intelligence, mobile computing,…

Short Programs
CAD1,638 Per Semester
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The Certificate in Computing provides fundamental skills in theory, design, development and application of software and systems that will support you and your work in a variety of scenarios. This program provides a foundation for programming and software development. Although not intended to prepare students for careers in software development, you will learn many practical day-to-day programming and software development skills that will benefit…

Short Programs
CAD1,489 Per Semester
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This program allows you to earn a Certificate of Proficiency, a qualification that recognizes a focus of study in criminology and addictions that will allow you to explore greater opportunities in corrections, public safety, policing, court services, advocacy, addictions services and other areas in the criminal or social justice system. You will study crime and criminological theories, and will be introduced to core sociological concepts. You will…

Short Programs
CAD17,422 Yearly
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1Prepare for a new career in the dental field as a dental assistant, working with dentists, hygienists, and therapists to treat, educate, and support patients. In this program, you will learn the skills required to be a dental assistant, including preventative and restorative oral care, radiography, and how to work as part of a dental team. The last four weeks of the 10 month program will be a practicum where you will apply your skills in a dental…

Postgraduate
CAD17,444 Per Semester
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Dentistry is a rapidly changing, expanding profession. The scope of a dentist’s work is much broader today than ever before, and continues to grow. You will learn to perform a wide variety of procedures and functions including prevention/public education, detection and management of oral conditions, esthetic improvement, restoration, correction, reconstruction and surgery. Required pre-dentistry courses: Scheduling pre-dentistry courses Pre-dentistry…

Undergraduate
CAD11,309 Per Semester
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Study the evolution of theatre and learn the practice of acting, directing, stage management, writing, costume design, lighting and sound production. You will learn to act for theatre, film, radio and television and explore the directing process through coaching, conducting auditions and developing rehearsal schedules. Develop your talents as playwrights, stage managers and designers as you learn to construct stage sets, design costumes and gain…

Short Programs
CAD1,314 Per Semester
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Develop understandings and skills to work authentically and meaningfully with young learners and families to build healthy communities and to create stronger foundations for future learning. This certificate program is available for in-service teachers who desire further professional growth opportunities to support their pedagogical and assessment practices for Prekindergarten to Grade 3. Attention to Indigenous and newcomer cultural and linguistic…

Undergraduate
CAD11,309 Per Semester
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Economics is the science describing the production and distribution of wealth. This program will provide you with the knowledge and tools to comprehend, assess and analyze the many pressing issues and problems of society in an economic context. Areas of study include basic and advanced economic theory, public policy, labour and regional development, as well as the quantitative and historical aspects of economics.

Undergraduate
CAD11,869 Per Semester
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Through innovative programming, integrated on-campus and field study opportunities, and the support of experienced and caring faculty, you will be prepared to succeed from the first day of classes through to graduation. The Bachelor of Education program is designed for future educators wanting to teach students in a variety of educational institutions, including K to 12 schools. You will specialize in two teaching areas to concentrate your expertise…

Postgraduate
CAD11,869 Per Semester
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Become certified to teach music in K-12 schools where you will work to advance the intellectual, physical, emotional, social, and spiritual development of all learners and provide leadership in incorporating diversity and inclusion in the development of educational communities. The Sequential Music program is a two-year program that may be completed after earning a four-year Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education through the College of Arts…

Undergraduate
CAD14,900 Per Semester
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Electrical engineers design and manage power systems, communications networks and electronic products. They work on the electrical and electronic equipment and systems that are transforming our way of life. We’ve redesigned first-year engineering at USask to help you succeed and make engineering more fun. We call the new first year RE-ENGINEERED. It’s the only program of its kind in Canada. It will get you excited and inspired about engineering.…

Undergraduate
CAD14,900 Per Semester
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Engineering physics is a bridge between pure and applied science, utilizing fundamental concepts in today’s rapidly changing and highly technical engineering environment. An engineering physicist is motivated by the application of science for advancing technology and sustainability. We’ve redesigned first-year engineering at USask to help you succeed and make engineering more fun. We call the new first year RE-ENGINEERED. It’s the only program of…

Undergraduate
CAD11,309 Per Semester
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Examine the English literature of the world from a variety of critical standpoints. Research the interactions of literary, political, economic, and intellectual culture. Gain a broader understanding of writing. Write poetry, fiction, and drama. Edit literary works and journals. Explore timely and important issues through different media platforms. Learn to communicate effectively. Analyze dramatic productions at Greystone and Saskatoon professional…

Postgraduate
CAD1,114 Per Semester
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This online post-degree certificate program is tailored to meet the learning and academic needs of practicing teachers and those in related professions who are seeking specialized knowledge and professional certification in the area of EAL education. Once this program is completed, PreK – 12 teachers may qualify for an Additional Qualification Certificate issued by the Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board (SPTRB) This certificate provides…

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CAD5,542 Entire Course
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The English for Academic Purposes program is designed for student success. You will develop language, cultural and academic skills that will give you an advantage in your university studies, your career and your life. The English for Academic Purposes program has four levels. Each level is designed to build on existing skills and teach new language specifically to help you prepare for university. The upper levels of the English for Academic Purposes…

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CAD12,045 Per Semester
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Whether you have a business idea or want to drive change in your workplace, the Certificate in Entrepreneurship (CENT) eight-course program encourages you to think outside the box. Foster your creativity, drive change in the workplace, and master the business skills needed to bring your idea to market. Students who complete the Certificate in Entrepreneurship will: understand basic business principles be effective contributors to team performance…

Undergraduate
CAD11,783 Per Semester
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Environment and Society focuses on the interplay between humans and their environment including complex issues such as climate change, population growth, pollution, and management of natural resources faced by our modern society. You will take courses in a diverse range of topics including the following: hydrology, climatology, vegetation, geomorphology, public policy, political studies, history, philosophy, and statistics. Through exposure to science,…

Undergraduate
CAD11,560 Per Semester
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Environmental biologists examine ecosystems with a focus on how living organisms interact with their environment. This program is relevant for today’s society which is facing complex environmental issues such as conservation and environmental contamination. You will study the basic science of environmental biology and ecological theory and learn about complex environmental issues facing our society. Areas of emphasis are biodiversity, conservation,…

Undergraduate
CAD14,900 Per Semester
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Environmental engineers apply science and engineering principles to protect and improve public health and the environment, including our air, water and land. We’ve redesigned first-year engineering at USask to help you succeed and make engineering more fun. We call the new first year RE-ENGINEERED. It’s the only program of its kind in Canada. It will get you excited and inspired about engineering. In RE-ENGINEERED, instead of high-stakes exams, you…

Undergraduate
CAD11,783 Per Semester
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Environmental geoscience is the scientific study of relationships between Earth processes, human activities, and the environment. Environmental geoscientists explore how geological processes have shaped the geosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere over geologic time and investigate impacts of human activities on these systems. Geoscience is a diverse scientific field with sub-disciplines including geochemistry, sedimentology, geomicrobiology, geophysics,…

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CAD1,489 Per Semester
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This program allows you to earn a Certificate of Proficiency, a qualification that recognizes a focus of philosophical study of values in moral, social and legal contexts. You will gain knowledge of ethical theories which have been influential in shaping our thinking about rights, citizenship, democracy, virtue and our obligations to others. You will develop rigorous, critical thinking about practical issues in ethics, justice and the law. You will…

Undergraduate
CAD11,653 Per Semester
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Kinesiology is the scientific study of the body in movement. It involves the understanding of how and why people move and the factors that limit and enhance our capacity for movement. Kinesiology at the University of Saskatchewan 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.

Undergraduate
CAD13,289 Per Semester
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Finance is the science of funds management, with a focus on saving, lending, and investing money. The field of finance deals with the concepts of time, money, and risk, and how they are interrelated. The Finance major is well positioned to provide students with specialized financial knowledge and the necessary management skills to be competent financial managers. Learn how people should invest their money and how companies will perform in the future…

Undergraduate
CAD11,560 Per Semester
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Food and Bioproduct Sciences is a unique multi-disciplinary program that incorporates the knowledge of biology, chemistry, physics, microbiology and engineering to the production of food and bioproducts from plants, animals and microorganisms. This multi-disciplinary program provides opportunities for you to understand a number of important issues facing Canada’s agri-food sector including: the improvement of traditional foods and food processing,…

Undergraduate
CAD11,783 Per Semester
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Study a wide variety of scientific areas that address preservation and processing of raw commodities into healthy, safe and appealing foods. Apply this knowledge to global food issues involving the relationship between food and human health and food security to develop a safe and nutritious food supply. You will learn the chemical and physical nature of foods, causes of food deterioration, basis of food safety, and principles of food processing,…

Undergraduate
CAD11,309 Per Semester
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French is spoken in 57 countries worldwide and is one of Canada's official languages. With globalization progressing at a rapid speed, studying French and the cultures where it’s spoken will provide you with valuable communicative skills and a competitive edge in any career. You will be offered instruction in French language and literature, both in the original and in translation, and courses in the civilizations and cultures of France and French-Canada.…

Undergraduate
CAD14,900 Per Semester
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Geological engineers connect the worlds of nature and engineering. They apply engineering principles to the natural materials and fluids found in the earth, including rocks, soils, groundwater, petroleum and natural gas. We’ve redesigned first-year engineering at USask to help you succeed and make engineering more fun. We call the new first year RE-ENGINEERED. It’s the only program of its kind in Canada. It will get you excited and inspired about…

Undergraduate
CAD11,783 Per Semester
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Geology is the study of the Earth, from the highest mountains to the core. Geology examines phenomena such as earthquakes, volcanoes, glaciers, mountains, shorelines, minerals, mantle convection, Earth's magnetic field, plate tectonics, the evolution of life through time, and global climate change and its impact on the past and future development of the Earth. Investigate episodes of ancient and modern environmental catastrophes, examine chemical…

Undergraduate
CAD11,783 Per Semester
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Geophysics is the application of physics to problems in Earth science. Geophysics is widely used in any situation where information on the subsurface is required—for example, environmental assessment and remediation, civil engineering, oceanography and space exploration. You will study the earth’s interior using techniques based on physics and mathematics. You will participate in a field school that covers the complete range of geophysical tools…

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CAD1,489 Per Semester
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By participating in this certificate program, students from various academic backgrounds have the opportunity to come together with a common focus—a commitment to developing an understanding of various facets of the global village, gaining international experience, and becoming more aware and active as global citizens. This Certificate in Global Studies is offered by the University of Saskatchewan's College of Arts and Science. You may earn the certificate…

Undergraduate
CAD11,783 Per Semester
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This program examines the issue of health and wellness, including mental health, from a variety of perspectives including how biological, cultural, social, and environmental contexts influence the health and well-being of the individual. You will learn about issues of health ranging from biological, psychological, cultural and environmental and how factors such as genetics, personality, attitudes and abilities influence healthy social and emotional…

Undergraduate
CAD11,783 Per Semester
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This program examines the issue of health and wellness, including mental health, from a variety of perspectives including how biological, cultural, social, and environmental contexts influence the health and well-being of the individual. You will learn about issues of health ranging from biological, psychological, cultural and environmental and how factors such as genetics, personality, attitudes and abilities influence healthy social and emotional…

Undergraduate
CAD11,783 Per Semester
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This program examines the issue of health and wellness, including mental health, from a variety of perspectives including how biological, cultural, social, and environmental contexts influence the health and well-being of the individual. You will learn about issues of health ranging from biological, psychological, cultural and environmental and how factors such as genetics, personality, attitudes and abilities influence healthy social and emotional…

Undergraduate
CAD11,783 Per Semester
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This program examines the issue of health and wellness, including mental health, from a variety of perspectives including how biological, cultural, social, and environmental contexts influence the health and well-being of the individual. You will learn about issues of health ranging from biological, psychological, cultural and environmental and how factors such as genetics, personality, attitudes and abilities influence healthy social and emotional…

Undergraduate
CAD11,309 Per Semester
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Historians study how societies change over time and use past events to help understand modern concerns surrounding a wide array of topics including environmental crisis, colonialism, addiction, mental health, and changing gender roles. You will learn to use written texts, oral histories, primary documents, artifacts and material culture to understand topics ranging from Roman architecture to queer marriage, Renaissance magic to contemporary environmental…

Undergraduate
CAD11,560 Per Semester
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Design and maintain an urban forest, a community garden or a new golf course. Manage a greenhouse. Help developing countries feed themselves. Introduce a new high-value crop which can be processed to add further value. Beautify the environment – both indoors and out – while also working to reduce energy use and pollution and help to grow food crops sustainably. Develop and demonstrate new energy efficient and ecologically sound means of growing greenhouse…

Undergraduate
CAD13,289 Per Semester
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Human Resources is about helping organizations succeed by managing employees and helping them reach their full potential. It serves a strategic function linking talented people with organizational success. The major prepares students to handle human resource concerns in a timely and professional manner relating to all HR competencies including strategy, professional practice, engagement, total rewards, labour and employee relations, health, wellness…

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Hydrology studies physical and social science perspectives focused on investigating issues related to water security. You will learn the effects of human activities upon near-surface environments including how we obtain and maintain our water resources, the movement and fate of toxic substances in the environment and how waste treatment and disposal affect natural, urbanized and agricultural ecosystems. You will learn how to use and interpret the…

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The Indian Teacher Education Program (ITEP) is a four year education program designed for First Nations students interested in obtaining a Bachelor of Education degree. With the ITEP program, you'll have an opportunity to learn where you live. ITEP is delivered on-campus in Saskatoon and through cohorts of students across the province. Below are the communities that have most recently hosted a cohort: Big River Cree First Nation Sakewew High School,…

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This certificate program is designed for students who have an interest in developing a deeper understanding of Indigenous political relationships. It cultivates an understanding and appreciation of the unique socio-political position of Indigenous peoples in Canada as this relates to historical and contemporary issues in governance and politics. You will study various levels of government that affect Indigenous groups as well as ongoing relationships…

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The Certificate in Indigenous Languages is perfect for educators who wish to be immersed in an Indigenous language while exploring Indigenous teaching methodologies. The scheduling of the courses will be based on the need for total immersion, followed by a period of reflection. Most courses are taught in the summer months, however courses in the fall and winter will be necessary, as storytelling is culturally favoured during these seasons. This program…

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Indigenous Studies is designed to promote a comprehensive understanding of Indigenous peoples by examining Indigenous traditions, histories, languages and philosophies and their contribution to national and international communities. You will learn about Indigenous experiences, from present day challenges to pre-contact histories as you examine historical and contemporary realities of Indian, Métis and Inuit societies in Canada. You will learn the…

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Design the way website applications, games, apps and various software systems interact with people, based on training in graphical design, human psychology and computer science. You will learn to design, build, and evaluate games and interactive system. You will develop the technical skills required to implement and test these systems in a variety of scenarios, and learn to understand and use visual media. You will study the role of human cognition,…

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The interdisciplinary biomedical science program enables cutting-edge, multi-disciplinary training that positions you for careers in biomedical sciences, as well as health-related professions. The interdisciplinary biomedical science program addresses modern priorities in biomedical science education and will provide you with student-centric, multidisciplinary training to pursue careers within a spectrum of science-based activities. You will build…

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Learn about the world around you as you develop a broad understanding of international events and complex challenges involving peace and conflict, poverty and development, social justice and the environment. This program will equip you with global literacy and key insights into our interconnected world. You will take classes that explore government, business, culture, the environment, politics and international aspects of law, science, conflict and…

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This certificate program is for internationally educated teachers who would like to pursue a teaching career in Saskatchewan. Candidates for this program must have completed at least one year of a teacher education program in their home country and be qualified to teach in their country of origin. Prepare for a career teaching in Saskatchewan by taking a carefully selected program of five courses. The first four courses are delivered online and will…

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This program allows you to earn a Certificate of Proficiency, a qualification that recognizes a focus of study in foundational concepts in creativity, improvisation, body/mind coordinative relationships, and, jazz-specific theory, history, and (musical) performance training. You will study the history and theory of jazz and you will learn to express yourself artistically, through practice and performance of jazz music, as it is broadly defined.

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If you’re curious about the historical, cultural and political roots and ongoing influence of two major world religions, Judaism and Christianity, this Certificate of Proficiency in Jewish and Christian Origins will give you new insights and critical perspectives from a variety of disciplines (Religion and Culture, History, Philosophy, Archaeology, Classics) that will help to make you an informed global citizen. You will study the origins, development…

First Nation communities deal with complex land management issues including land use planning, legal issues such as the duty to consult, reserve land transactions, community-based land transactions, natural resource transactions, environmental management and compliance in addition to other issues. The Kanawayihetaytan Askiy Diploma in Indigenous Lands Governance provides students with a broad background in governance, management, administration and…

First Nation communities deal with complex land management issues including land use planning, legal issues such as the duty to consult, reserve land transactions, community-based land transactions, natural resource transactions, environmental management and compliance in addition to other issues. The Kanawayihetaytan Askiy Diploma in Indigenous Resource Management provides a broad background in resource management for Indigenous communities. The…

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CAD11,653 Per Semester
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The Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology/Bachelor of Education Combined Program has been re-envisioned and newly integrated for 2020-2021. This five-year program is designed for students who intend to teach physical education at the secondary level. Students in the combined program will receive the benefits of being in the Colleges of Education and Kinesiology for all five years of the program. The advantage of this combined degree program is that…

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CAD11,869 Per Semester
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The Language Teacher Education Program (LTEP) is designed for students from Indigenous communities and French communities within Saskatchewan and across Canada who wish to teach Prekindergarten to Grade 8 educational programs that offer Cree and French. The LTEP route supports teacher candidates by offering teaching area and methodology courses in Cree or French, as well as coursework that focuses on teaching in second language settings. This diverse,…

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CAD25,221 Per Semester
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Our Juris Doctor (JD) degree program provides the opportunity to pursue your legal education in a collegial and student-centered environment. A Juris Doctor (JD) can take you almost anywhere. Of course, there is the traditional route of joining a legal practice, but in today's diverse and fast-paced job market, there are a multitude of less conventional options available to you as well. PRACTISE LAW IN: Private law firms Government Legal aid clinics…

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Develop skills and knowledge specific to leadership in post-secondary institutions such as colleges, polytechnics and universities. This certificate is of interest to faculty and staff in any post-secondary institution. The certificate focuses on three broad post-secondary topics: the role of the student and student diversity teaching and learning administration and governance

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In Linguistics you gain a better understanding of the function of language in society and develop the skills essential for exciting careers in language pathology/audiology, language teaching, speech recognition and artificial intelligence, forensics, translation, interpretation, publishing and many others. You will learn how language functions in the lives of individuals, groups, and societies. You will study the basic nature of human language such…

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Management is the organization and coordination of business activities in order to achieve certain goals and objectives. The major is designed for those students who seek a business education and do not wish to narrow their focus to a specific functional area. Students within the Management major have significant flexibility to take a collection of courses from accounting, finance, human resource management, marketing, management and supply chain…

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Marketing includes everything an organization does to acquire customers and maintain a relationship with them. The field of marketing includes advertising, sales, product and services design, brand management, and public relations. As a Marketing major you will learn how to develop a comprehensive marketing strategy and plan, understand and analyze consumer behaviour, and undertake market research projects. You will develop the ability to see an…

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Mathematical physics connects mathematics to physical phenomena. Its tools allow us to describe how a top spins, how a pendulum swings or how a rattleback rocks and defies normal intuition. Studying mathematical physics reveals the hidden intricacies of relativity and quantum theory. You will study conceptual, mathematical frameworks that describe or explain physical phenomena. You will learn how one builds theories of physical phenomena, accounting…

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Mathematics is the study of structures, patterns, and the use of formal reasoning to enrich our understanding of the world. It can be is used to predict patterns of societal behaviour, design immense structures, analyze disease transmission and build models of national economies. Mathematicians contribute to the formulation and solution of problems in diverse fields such as medicine, economics, computer science and engineering. Studying mathematics…

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CAD14,900 Per Semester
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Mechanical engineers focus on how things work and see the world as parts in motion. They research, design and develop products ranging from massive engines and turbines to microscopic medical devices. We’ve redesigned first-year engineering at USask to help you succeed and make engineering more fun. We call the new first year RE-ENGINEERED. It’s the only program of its kind in Canada. It will get you excited and inspired about engineering. In RE-ENGINEERED,…

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The Certificate in Medical Language program provides students with a credential recognizing their proficiency in medical terminology, including etymology, word formation and the conventions of contemporary usage. During the process of completing the required courses for this certificate, you will develop not only the necessary skills to define medical terms (including the Latin phrases that comprise the international corpus of anatomical names, known…

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CAD14,800 Per Semester
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Our M.D. program is designed to ensure that participants graduate with a common foundation of knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes. This general professional education prepares graduates for subsequent education in primary or specialty care areas. The undergraduate medical education program in the College of Medicine is a four-year program leading to the Medical Doctor (M.D.) degree. Upon earning the M.D. degree, students are then eligible to…

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Gain a broader understanding of different cultures, the literature of their area and the structure and functioning of languages through linguistics. With globalization progressing at a rapid speed, dealing with people from a variety of cultural and linguistic backgrounds will become increasingly important, both in our professional and personal lives. You will be combining two (or more) languages in conjunction with courses in linguistics and comparative…

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Discover your true potential as a musician, teacher, composer or music theorist. Develop your abilities with individual private lessons in applied study on piano, voice, brass, winds, strings or percussion with nationally and internationally trained instructors. You will study performance, composition, music theory, history and literature, and you will participate in ensembles. You will develop advanced skills with applied study in piano, voice,…

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CAD14,226 Per Semester
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The Post-Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) option recognizes previous university achievements of qualified students and gives them the opportunity to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree in a shortened period of time. It is a two year program leading to a full Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. It is available to students who have completed a baccalaureate degree, or have made significant progress toward a degree in…

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CAD12,805 Per Semester
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Nutrition is the study of nutrients—carbohydrate, protein, fat, vitamins and minerals—that are essential for life. You will learn how nutrients are ingested, digested, absorbed, metabolized, stored and excreted. You will study food availability and how the nutrition choices we make can affect our health. You will become an expert in food and nutrition so that you are prepared to help individuals, groups, families, organizations and populations achieve…

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Discover unique traces of life from millions of years ago and follow the evolution of species from the depths of geologic time. Your studies will focus on the fossil record of ancient organisms and their living descendants. You will learn to analyse the distribution and function of fossil animals and plants, reconstructing their evolutionary paths. Such evolutionary relationships are then tied to environmental data to reconstruct the fossil species…

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CAD10,691 Per Semester
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Pharmacy is the art and science of preparing and dispensing medications, and the provision of drug and health information to the public. Pharmacists are vital members of healthcare teams. They work with patients to determine their medication needs and the care required to best meet these needs. You will study how new drugs discovered, why some people react differently to some drugs, how drugs work in the body and how various factors can impact it's…

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CAD11,309 Per Semester
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Does life have meaning? What should we believe? What duties do we have to each other, to our society and to the environment? Philosophy addresses the fundamental questions in our lives and offers the chance to explore and debate these issues. You will discover that philosophy touches on almost every area of study, as all major developments in biology, economics, mathematics, physics and psychology started out as philosophical hypotheses. You will…

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Planners balance science, aesthetics and community interests in the planning of healthy urban, rural and regional communities and environments. They work with community members, developers and elected officials to create places that optimize the use or preservation of society’s environmental, economic, social, cultural aesthetic, and infrastructure assets. You will learn about the challenges of managing urbanization in a variety of contexts and about…

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Physics is the study of matter and energy and how they interact. Physics helps us understand how the world, and everything in it, really works. Physicists study all aspects of nature—from the study of subatomic particles to the study of astronomical objects many times larger than the sun. You will discover the particles that make up the universe and the forces with which they interact. You will learn about black holes, atmospheric phenomena, new…

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Political Studies examines the use and abuse of power in societal struggles for justice, equality, freedom, and the common good. It deals with issues, at the local, national and international levels, relating to government and governance, authority and legitimacy, equity and resource distribution, rights and responsibilities, and peace and conflict. You will learn about the forces and factors that influence the process of political decision-making,…

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Over 80% of the world’s population identifies as religious. Religious beliefs and practices shape the histories, cultures and perspectives of individuals and entire civilizations. In view of the role religion plays in shaping global citizens, religious literacy is of vital importance. You will learn about religious approaches to some of humanity’s most timeless and urgent issues, such as the meaning of life and death, relationships, morality, gender…

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The Certificate in Politics and Law provides specialized knowledge for when politics and law intersect at local, national and international levels. The program relates to government and governance, authority and legitimacy, equity and resource distribution, rights and responsibilities as well as peace and conflict. You will study legal issues from a political science perspective and apply your critical thinking skills to present, support and defend…

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Teach Home Economics or Industrial Arts in elementary or secondary schools. For students currently in a Bachelor of Education program, or who have already graduated, this certificate will let you teach practical and applied arts in schools in one of the two following areas: Home Economics focuses on the family unit: ecosystems, consumerism, living environments, financial management, politics, and clothing and textiles. The hands-on, practical courses…

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Teach Home Economics or Industrial Arts in elementary or secondary schools. For students currently in a Bachelor of Education program, or who have already graduated, this certificate will let you teach practical and applied arts in schools in one of the two following areas: Industrial Arts focuses primarily on industrial skills training such as computer-assisted drafting, cabinetry and construction, welding, electricity and electronics, and mechanics.…

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CAD1,633 Per Semester
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The Certificate in Professional Communication program contains six courses that focus on developing a student’s prowess in communication. The program prepares students to be both industry leaders and scholars by strengthening their public speaking, persuasion, negotiation, technical writing, and leadership abilities. The Certificate in Professional Communication (CPC) program prepares students for a professional career by cultivating sound communicative…

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CAD11,560 Per Semester
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Sustainable use of our land, water and plant resources is increasingly recognized as a key societal goal. The Resource Economics and Policy field of study involves the development of policies directly relevant to the management of these resources. Resource Economics and Policy combines science, field study, economics, policy, and project design and implementation to produce a unique educational experience for students. You will learn about: sustainable…

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Sustainable use of our land, water and plant resources is increasingly recognized as a key societal goal. Resource Science provides essential skills and knowledge in applied sciences and resource management which can be used to influence sustainable development such as rejuvenating disturbed land or reducing greenhouse gas emissions from landscapes. The Resource Science specialization provides you with hands-on, practical experience in field measurement…

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The Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education (SUNTEP) program is a four-year program designed for Métis and non-status Aboriginal students who want to teach at either the early/middle years or secondary level. Offered by the Gabriel Dumont Institute (GDI) in partnership with the College of Education at the University of Saskatchewan, students enrol at the Prince Albert or Saskatoon locations. The program includes Indigenous studies and cross-cultural…

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Sociology is the study of human social life, focusing on developing an understanding of changes in social structure and human interaction on an individual, societal and global level. You will examine human behavior and why people interact the way they do. You will focus on current social issues and the evolutionary changes of societies as you explore criminology and legal studies, race and ethnic relations, medical sociology, labour and education,…

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CAD1,314 Per Semester
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Enhance your Bachelor of Education by becoming qualified to accommodate learners with special needs and learning disabilities. In as little as two years and from the comfort of your home, you can complete the Post-Degree Certificate in Education: Special Education by completing 30 credit units of specially designed online courses. Classes include comprehensive course materials, assignments, online discussions, group learning activities/projects and…

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CAD11,783 Per Semester
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Statistics is the science of learning from data. Statisticians can analyze and draw practical conclusions from data and provide crucial guidance in determining what information is reliable and which predictions can be trusted. Many economic, social, political, and military decisions cannot be made without statistical techniques. You will study principles of experimental design and methods for data collection, analysis and interpretation.

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CAD11,309 Per Semester
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Studio art develops your creative potential in a wide range of visual media including: painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, photography and digital imaging as well as mixed media work such as installation and performance. With an intensive studio experience you will develop your creative talents and become technically proficient in the visual mediums. Exploring technical, aesthetic, and theoretical concerns in a critical setting pertinent to…

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Certificate in the Study of Indigenous Storytelling is an interdisciplinary certificate that recognizes expertise in the study of oral and written forms of Indigenous storytelling in Canada, as well as culturally-specific knowledge systems inherent in storytelling. You will study Indigenous storytelling and literatures from various cultural and disciplinary perspectives. You will also learn about: the history and continuing traditions of Indigenous…

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CAD13,289 Per Semester
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Supply Chain Management is delivery-focused, coordinating the end-to-end flow of an organization’s goods, information and money, and ensuring that an organization successfully turns inputs to outputs in an efficient manner. The major prepares students to deal with the management of all activities directly related to the design and delivery of services, manufacturing and production of goods, and management of supply chains. Supply chain management…

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CAD1,638 Per Semester
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The Certificate in Sustainability is offered by the USask School of Environment and Sustainability (SENS). Located on the third floor of Kirk Hall, SENS is an international model of excellence and destination site for interdisciplinary, problem-oriented and experience-based graduate and undergraduate learning for issues dealing with environment and sustainability. Coordinated through SENS, the Undergraduate Certificate in Sustainability enriches…

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CAD11,869 Per Semester
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Teach the next generation of tradespeople at the high school level. If you currently hold a journeyperson’s certificate and you want to teach your trade at the secondary level, this program is for you. Your trade will become your first teaching area and the College of Education will provide you with the skills necessary for you to pass on your trade to others. The degree program is three years and the certificate program is one year.

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Teach the next generation of tradespeople at the high school level.If you currently hold a journeyperson’s certificate and you want to teach your trade at the secondary level, this program is for you. Your trade will become your first teaching area and the College of Education will provide you with the skills necessary for you to pass on your trade to others. The degree program is three years and the certificate program is one year.

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CAD1,632 Per Semester
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Learn about intellectual properly issues relating to technological innovation, construct a business plan for a technology venture, and develop technological solutions to a design problem. The Technological Innovation Certificate program introduces students to business fundamentals and to the processes necessary to design and commercialize technologically-innovative solutions. Students who complete the program will have the knowledge, skills, and…

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Toxicology is the study of poisons and pollutants. Toxicology focuses on the harmful effects chemical and physical agents have on living organisms and our environment. You will study how toxic substances behave in the body and in the natural environment, how they adversely affect individual organisms, populations and ecosystems, and how to measure these toxicants and their potential effects. This includes studying types of environmental pollutants…

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The Certificate in Urban Design provides students with an understanding of the relationships between design thinking, the visual arts, the built environment, and the social and spatial conditions that drive the production of urban space. Over half of the courses are taught in a studio format, which supports applied experiential, conceptual, and skills-based training through making. You will learn how to apply a user-centred design thinking approach…

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The Certificate in Water Science provides students with theoretical and practical training in hydrologic science. Emphasis is placed on a quantitative understanding and analysis of the hydrologic cycle, including the presence and movement of water in and between the primary storage pools: atmospheric moisture, surface runoff, soil moisture, groundwater, and surface storage in ponds, lakes, rivers, and oceans. Water is the elixir of life. We all depend…

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The wîcêhtowin Theatre program is a transformative certificate program in performance and theatre design. This comprehensive and experience-based learning approach for emerging First Nations, Métis, and Inuit actors, playwrights and designers—as well as students interested in an Indigenous perspective—delivers meaningful and principled skills in the areas of performance and technical theatre design. You will be trained as theatre professionals in…

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CAD11,309 Per Semester
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This program examines human behaviour, institutions and culture in order to reveal and analyze the gender assumptions on which they are based. It examines the changing positions of women and men, gender nonconformity, queer studies, activism and the evolving understanding of gender. You will examine the portrayal of femininities and masculinities in advertising, news media, literature, art, music, pornography, religion and films. You will study the…

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CAD27,150 Per Semester
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The Master of Professional Accounting Program (MPAcc) is an innovative graduate degree program that attracts top-notch accounting students from across Canada and internationally. Created by visionary academics in response to the demand for applied, competency-based training, the program actively involves students through the use of business cases, skills workshops, and other contemporary educational techniques. Over the course of two summer terms,…

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CAD2,699 Per Semester
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Use advanced theoretical and empirical methods in applied economics to study real world problems in the field of agriculture and food. Our department's areas of specialization are: natural resource economics; environmental sustainability and evaluation; international trade policy; supply chain management; public policy and regulation; farm business management; economics of technological change; rural development; agri‐food marketing; food safety…

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Use advanced theoretical and empirical methods in applied economics to study real world problems in the field of agriculture and food. Our department's areas of specialization are: natural resource economics; environmental sustainability and evaluation; international trade policy; supply chain management; public policy and regulation; farm business management; economics of technological change; rural development; agri‐food marketing; food safety…

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A PhD in Applied Economics will give you the skills to conduct research for businesses, governments, think tanks, and other research organizations, as well as to train the next generation of applied economics professionals as an academic. The PhD program combines advanced courses in applied economics with a major research dissertation. The core of the program focuses on microeconomic theory and quantitative methods with one advanced course in macroeconomics.…

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Research in Anatomy, Physiology, and Pharmacology (APP) spans the breadth of biomedically-relevant subjects, from molecular genetics to cellular neuroscience to microanatomical imaging and beyond. (For all specific areas of research within APP, please see the Research supervisors section.) Our researchers use specialized research facilities situated across campus, including the Canadian Light Source , Canada's only synchrotron, and belong to or interact…

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Research in Anatomy, Physiology, and Pharmacology (APP) spans the breadth of biomedically-relevant subjects, from molecular genetics to cellular neuroscience to microanatomical imaging and beyond. (For all specific areas of research within APP, please see the Research supervisors section.) Our researchers use specialized research facilities situated across campus, including the Canadian Light Source , Canada's only synchrotron, and belong to or interact…

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We have both applied and basic research programs for a wide range of topics in animal science and related fields, including the following specializations: sustainable management systems genetics nutrition and metabolism functional foods feed ingredient development grazing and forage systems feed processing digestive, growth, and lactation physiology gastrointestinal microbiology pre and probiotics animal health aboriginal wildlife, land, and resource…

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We have both applied and basic research programs for a wide range of topics in animal science and related fields, including the following specializations: sustainable management systems genetics nutrition and metabolism functional foods feed ingredient development grazing and forage systems feed processing digestive, growth, and lactation physiology gastrointestinal microbiology pre and probiotics animal health aboriginal wildlife, land, and resource…

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Anthropology is the comprehensive study of human beings, past and present, in comparative, cross-cultural and holistic light, emphasizing the dynamic nature of cultural adaptation and change. Our students and faculty carry out extensive field work in Canada, as well as in many areas of the world, including Latin America and eastern Europe. The graduate program has a focus on medical anthropology and environmental anthropology. Our location and local…

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Saskatchewan is known as the "bread basket of Canada", referring to its strength as a primary producer of agricultural commodities and its contributions to the natural and applied sciences and biotechnology. The Food and Bioproduct Sciences Department has two main streams of research; food science and applied microbiology. Both of these areas involve the development and application of science and technology in pre- and post-harvest agriculture and…

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Saskatchewan is known as the "bread basket of Canada", referring to its strength as a primary producer of agricultural commodities and its contributions to the natural and applied sciences and biotechnology. The Food and Bioproduct Sciences Department has two main streams of research; food science and applied microbiology. Both of these areas involve the development and application of science and technology in pre- and post-harvest agriculture and…

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Our archaeology program emphasizes Western Canada, notably the Northern Plains, Boreal Forest and Northwest Coast, as well as Lake Baikal and Iamal Peninsula of Siberia. We place particular importance on working with Indigenous communities and local archaeological societies across these research areas. Topically, our faculty research areas include: Bioarchaeology Environmental archaeology Zooarchaeology Computational archaeology Ancient hunter-gatherers

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The Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology offers graduate programs leading to MSc and PhD degrees. The Department has the expertise necessary for the instruction and training of advanced students in areas that include cellular and molecular biology of eukaryotes, microbial genetics and physiology, virology, immunology, vaccinology, enzymes, metabolic pathways, and the synthesis structure, and function of proteins and nucleic acids.…

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The Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology offers graduate programs leading to MSc and PhD degrees. The Department has the expertise necessary for the instruction and training of advanced students in areas that include cellular and molecular biology of eukaryotes, microbial genetics and physiology, virology, immunology, vaccinology, enzymes, metabolic pathways, and the synthesis structure, and function of proteins and nucleic acids.…

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Our university is located in Saskatchewan, a province known for its agricultural production and advanced research in agro-biological science and engineering. In this program you'll be able to study and conduct research in: agriculture machinery design sensors and instrumentation for agriculture and biological systems agricultural building environments soil and water management cold-regions hydrology postharvest and food process engineering value-added…

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Our university is located in Saskatchewan, a province known for its agricultural production and advanced research in agro-biological science and engineering. In this program you'll be able to study and conduct research in: agriculture machinery design sensors and instrumentation for agriculture and biological systems agricultural building environments soil and water management cold-regions hydrology postharvest and food process engineering value-added…

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Our department has active research programs in a diverse range of sub-disciplines. We have three areas of particular focus and strength: Structure and function Biodiversity and evolution Ecology and the environment This program encourages collaboration with other colleges in our university such as the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, the College of Medicine, or the College of Agriculture and Bioresources. We also have close connections with…

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Our department has active research programs in a diverse range of sub-disciplines. We have three areas of particular focus and strength: Structure and function Biodiversity and evolution Ecology and the environment This program encourages collaboration with other colleges in our university such as the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, the College of Medicine, or the College of Agriculture and Bioresources. We also have close connections with…

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This interdisciplinary program involves the application of engineering principles and design concepts to the solution of specific problems in medicine, veterinary medicine, and related fields. The dominant areas of research interest among our faculty include: Bio-Medical Science (biomechanics, bioinformatics, injury) Bio-Engineering (tissue engineering, biomaterials, drug delivery) Medical Imaging and Diagnosis/Intervention (MRI, synchrotron imaging,…

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CAD2,699 Per Semester
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This interdisciplinary program involves the application of engineering principles and design concepts to the solution of specific problems in medicine, veterinary medicine, and related fields. The dominant areas of research interest among our faculty include: Bio-Medical Science (biomechanics, bioinformatics, injury) Bio-Engineering (tissue engineering, biomaterials, drug delivery) Medical Imaging and Diagnosis/Intervention (MRI, synchrotron imaging,…

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Biostatistics is the study of statistical techniques applied to medical, biological and agricultural data. Applications arise in areas such as public health, clinical medicine, veterinary medicine, health services, and occupational/environmental health. The Biostatistics Program is a collaborative venture of the School of Public Health, Department of Community Health and Epidemiology, and Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Through classroom…

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Biostatistics is the study of statistical techniques applied to medical, biological and agricultural data. Applications arise in areas such as public health, clinical medicine, veterinary medicine, health services, and occupational/environmental health. The Biostatistics Program is a collaborative venture of the School of Public Health, Department of Community Health and Epidemiology, and Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Through classroom…

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Our Master of Business Administration (MBA) program helps professionals from all backgrounds who are seeking to advance or change their careers. We do this by offering a learning environment based on practical experience and essential management skills. The Edwards MBA can be completed in only 12 months if taken full time, or part time in up to 36 months. A decidedly unique aspect of this innovative MBA program is the focused learning and integration…

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This research based program will allow you to conduct original research with access to state of the art facilities, research centres, and labs. Our faculty have a focus on the following research areas: Biochemical Engineering Research in the area of biotechnology involves the studies of biodegradation, biofilms, bioreactor design, drying of spores, gasohol purification, VOC bioremediation, recombinant fermentation, and metabolic engineering and functional…

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This research based program will allow you to conduct original research with access to state of the art facilities, research centres, and labs. Our faculty have a focus on the following research areas: Biochemical Engineering Research in the area of biotechnology involves the studies of biodegradation, biofilms, bioreactor design, drying of spores, gasohol purification, VOC bioremediation, recombinant fermentation, and metabolic engineering and functional…

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We offer M.Sc. and PhD degrees in all of the major sub-disciplinary areas in chemistry (analytical, inorganic, organic, physical, theoretical). Graduate programs are tailored to the individual student and feature a strong interaction with faculty. The department has a long history of research and graduate training. More than 350 Master's degrees have been awarded with the first being conferred in 1919. The first Doctorate was awarded in 1952 and…

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We offer M.Sc. and PhD degrees in all of the major sub-disciplinary areas in chemistry (analytical, inorganic, organic, physical, theoretical). Graduate programs are tailored to the individual student and feature a strong interaction with faculty. The department has a long history of research and graduate training. More than 350 Master's degrees have been awarded with the first being conferred in 1919. The first Doctorate was awarded in 1952 and…

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Graduate courses in Civil Engineering are offered in four broad areas: Transportation include topics on transportation economics, transportation systems, pavement management, geometric design, and traffic engineering. Geological, Geotechnical, and Geo-environmental Engineering include topics on rock mechanics, hydrogeology, petroleum wells and reservoirs, terrain evaluation, physio-chemical properties of soils, frozen soils, unsaturated and swelling…

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Graduate courses in Civil Engineering are offered in four broad areas: Transportation include topics on transportation economics, transportation systems, pavement management, geometric design, and traffic engineering. Geological, Geotechnical, and Geo-environmental Engineering include topics on rock mechanics, hydrogeology, petroleum wells and reservoirs, terrain evaluation, physio-chemical properties of soils, frozen soils, unsaturated and swelling…

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Population health research is concerned with understanding the individual and collective factors that determine health and applying this knowledge to maintain and improve the health status of the population and reduce inequities in health status between groups. We add the term 'community' to reflect the historic emphasis of our field on the creation, protection, and promotion of health within the context of communities, which may be geographic or…

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The master's and doctoral programs in computer science offer students high quality, cutting edge research opportunities and supervision by world leaders in their respective fields. Graduates of our program have gone on to work for industry leading companies such as HP Labs and Pixar Animation Studios. Our master's program is ideally suited to students wishing to become senior professionals in the technology industry or to those seeking to prepare…

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The master's and doctoral programs in computer science offer students high quality, cutting edge research opportunities and supervision by world leaders in their respective fields. Graduates of our program have gone on to work for industry leading companies such as HP Labs and Pixar Animation Studios. Our master's program is ideally suited to students wishing to become senior professionals in the technology industry or to those seeking to prepare…

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This program addresses the relationship between practice and theory in curriculum research, design, implementation, evaluation, and leadership, as well as expertise in educational technology and communication. Those choosing to pursue a Master of Education in Curriculum Studies will be encouraged to focus on aspects of praxis leading to expertise and leadership in that area. Who would be interested in an M.Ed. in Curriculum Studies? Anyone participating…

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There is a wide spectrum of professional opportunities available to Economics graduates. Many pursue professional careers in government or in international organizations such as the United Nations, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. Economic experts are increasingly in demand as the business world globalizes and becomes increasingly high-tech in nature. Students with training in economics are actively recruited into the job market…

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The Departments of Curriculum Studies, Educational Foundations, and Educational Psychology and Special Education support doctoral studies through the Cross-departmental PhD in Education. The Cross-departmental PhD is a thesis-based research degree and graduates from this program may have goals of obtaining academic positions at other institutions and conducting education research for government, school divisions, First Nations and other research…

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The central objective of the Master of Education in Educational Administration Degree is to provide a problem- and inquiry-driven environment through enriched practical, research-based, and theoretical understandings of educational issues in the administration and leadership of organizations, communities, and government. The department is actively involved in research relating to: educational leadership rural education school effectiveness leadership…

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The central objective of the Master of Education in Educational Administration Degree is to provide a problem- and inquiry-driven environment through enriched practical, research-based, and theoretical understandings of educational issues in the administration and leadership of organizations, communities, and government. The department is actively involved in research relating to: educational leadership rural education school effectiveness leadership…

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Also known as the Integrated Master of Education, research in this program explores: the interdisciplinary and international study of Indigenous education anti-racist and anti-oppressive education ecological, environmental, place-based and land-based education teacher education sexual orientation and gender study lives of teachers, children, and parents climate change education critical pedagogy, neoliberalism, and education for democracy You can…

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There are two majors available in this program which provide students the opportunity to specialize in the areas of School and Counselling Psychology; Special Education; and Measurement and Evaluation. School and Counselling Psychology This two-year full-time thesis program integrates research and practice, and is unique across Canada in providing training in both school psychology and counselling psychology. The program prepares future counsellors…

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Educational Technology and Design, housed in the Department of Curriculum Studies, is an academic field of study and practice concerned with the social, professional, and pedagogical influence of technology in learning. The defining feature of the ETAD program is its emphasis on instructional and learning design. The M.Ed. program in Educational Technology and Design employs a unique combination of options for students. The ETAD program is completely…

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Graduate students conduct research under the supervision of a faculty member in one of four research areas. Our research programs and laboratories are supported by four technologists, and also by staff from the Engineering Computer Centre. The Department is connected to other Divisions across campus, including Engineering Physics and Biomedical Engineering. It is composed of 21 faculty and eight technical and administrative support staff. Four faculty…

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Graduate students conduct research under the supervision of a faculty member in one of four research areas. Our research programs and laboratories are supported by four technologists, and also by staff from the Engineering Computer Centre. The Department is connected to other Divisions across campus, including Engineering Physics and Biomedical Engineering. It is composed of 21 faculty and eight technical and administrative support staff. Four faculty…

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The Department of English provides graduate training in literary studies towards M.A. and Ph.D. degrees. Nearly 30 faculty supervise graduate work in a variety of areas: American, Canadian, Decolonizing, Digital Humanities, Aboriginal, Literature by Women, Theory, Medieval, Renaissance, Restoration/Eighteenth Century, Nineteenth Century, Modern British, and Cultural and Media Studies. The MA program offers either a thesis-based or a project-based…

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The Department of English provides graduate training in literary studies towards M.A. and Ph.D. degrees. Nearly 30 faculty supervise graduate work in a variety of areas: American, Canadian, Decolonizing, Digital Humanities, Aboriginal, Literature by Women, Theory, Medieval, Renaissance, Restoration/Eighteenth Century, Nineteenth Century, Modern British, and Cultural and Media Studies. The MA program offers either a thesis-based or a project-based…

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Students are challenged to think outside the boundaries of traditional disciplinary programs to address environmental and sustainability challenges with regional, national, and international significance. These programs expose graduate students to a variety of unique environmental learning and research experiences, and help nurture students to become critical thinkers capable of addressing pressing challenges associated with environmental change…

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Students are challenged to think outside the boundaries of traditional disciplinary programs to address environmental and sustainability challenges with regional, national, and international significance. These programs expose graduate students to a variety of unique environmental learning and research experiences, and help nurture students to become critical thinkers capable of addressing pressing challenges associated with environmental change…

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Epidemiology is the quantitative study of the distribution and determinants of disease and injuries in human and animal populations. The epidemiology program is offered at the PhD level only. It is designed to produce highly qualified epidemiologists capable of investigating complex population and public health issues, and independently designing and conducting quantitative research to address the biological and environmental determinants of health.…

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The Masters in Field Epidemiology will prepare veterinary graduates for careers responding to animal health disease outbreaks. This project-based program will focus on applied epidemiological skills such as: Outbreak Investigation Evaluation of surveillance programs Risk Assessment Statistical Analysis Risk Communication Diagnostic test use/evaluation Students will be assigned a supervisor and will complete competency based projects that are specific…

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The Master of Science in Finance (M.Sc. in Finance) program is a two-year, research-based thesis program offered by the Edwards School of Business. This program was designed to give students the tools and experiences required for a strong career in either academia or industry. The M.Sc. in Finance provides students with a theoretical background in contemporary financial issues and incorporates a strong foundation in empirical methods. Throughout…

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Saskatchewan is known as the "bread basket of Canada," referring to its strength as a primary producer of agricultural commodities and its contributions to agro-biological science and biotechnology. These areas extend the scope of agriculture to food and bioproducts. The Food and Bioproducts Sciences Department has two streams of research; food science and applied microbiology. Food Science applies principles from chemistry, biology, microbiology…

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Saskatchewan is known as the "bread basket of Canada," referring to its strength as a primary producer of agricultural commodities and its contributions to agro-biological science and biotechnology. These areas extend the scope of agriculture to food and bioproducts. The Food and Bioproducts Sciences Department has two streams of research; food science and applied microbiology. Food Science applies principles from chemistry, biology, microbiology…

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The Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultural Studies provides graduate training towards a Master’s degree (project or thesis-based) in French literature, translation or language studies. Areas of strength include theory and criticism, French (seventeenth to twentieth centuries), Québécois and Francophone literatures, women’s writing and gender studies, the cinema of France, Québec and North Africa, as well as translation and language studies.…

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The department supports graduate studies in both human and physical geography. Graduate training and research in the department focuses on: Environmental Studies, Policy, Management, and Assessment Geographic Information Science and Remote Sensing Hydrological and Ecohydrological Processes and Modeling Landscape Analysis and Environmental Change Regional, Urban and Watershed Planning Indigenous and Health Studies Faculty use a range of research methods…

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The department supports graduate studies in both human and physical geography. Graduate training and research in the department focuses on: Environmental Studies, Policy, Management, and Assessment Geographic Information Science and Remote Sensing Hydrological and Ecohydrological Processes and Modeling Landscape Analysis and Environmental Change Regional, Urban and Watershed Planning Indigenous and Health Studies Faculty use a range of research methods…

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This research-based program allows you to pursue a degree in one of the following fields of geological sciences: geochemistry geophysics paleontology, paleobiology and paleobotany mineralogy, petrology and ore geology structural geology and tectonics sedimentology and stratigraphy While studying in the Department of Geological Sciences, you will have access to world class facilities to support your research including: Saskatchewan Isotope Laboratory…

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This research-based program allows you to pursue a degree in one of the following fields of geological sciences: geochemistry geophysics paleontology, paleobiology and paleobotany mineralogy, petrology and ore geology structural geology and tectonics sedimentology and stratigraphy While studying in the Department of Geological Sciences, you will have access to world class facilities to support your research including: Saskatchewan Isotope Laboratory…

The Joint Master Degree in Governance and Entrepreneurship in Northern and Indigenous Areas (GENI) is delivered and administered with the UiT the Arctic University of Norway. GENI is interdisciplinary and is open to students from a wide variety of educational backgrounds. GENI will provide competence in the fields of governance, consultation and entrepreneurship for northern and indigenous communities. The graduates will form an international network…

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The M.Sc. and PhD programs in Health Sciences are thesis-based graduate programs for graduate students performing intensive research within the College of Medicine. Research projects primarily investigate translational and/or clinical aspects of human disease, health, healthy living, and/or translational research but may also include more biomedical research projects with clinical translation. Areas of research are open and dependent on the research…

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The M.Sc. and PhD programs in Health Sciences are thesis-based graduate programs for graduate students performing intensive research within the College of Medicine. Research projects primarily investigate translational and/or clinical aspects of human disease, health, healthy living, and/or translational research but may also include more biomedical research projects with clinical translation. Areas of research are open and dependent on the research…

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The Department of History has thesis-based MA and PhD programs. We specialize in eight signature research areas, but can accommodate a wide range of topics. Signature Research Areas: Indigenous History Environmental History Prairies and the North American West Health, Medicine, Science, and Occultism History and Politics of Memory Gender and Sexuality Colonial and Post-Colonial Histories Twentieth-Century Politics, Culture, and Foreign Relations…

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The Department of History has thesis-based MA and PhD programs. We specialize in eight signature research areas, but can accommodate a wide range of topics. Signature Research Areas: Indigenous History Environmental History Prairies and the North American West Health, Medicine, Science, and Occultism History and Politics of Memory Gender and Sexuality Colonial and Post-Colonial Histories Twentieth-Century Politics, Culture, and Foreign Relations…

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From its multi-disciplinary foundation, Indigenous Studies is progressively acquiring an independent and unique basis for its teaching and research. The Department of Indigenous Studies seeks to provide an intellectual milieu where teaching and research are well grounded in the priorities and knowledge of Saskatchewan’s Aboriginal communities, all the while placing them within the larger fabric of the Canadian Aboriginal experience and the emergent…

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From its multi-disciplinary foundation, Indigenous Studies is progressively acquiring an independent and unique basis for its teaching and research. The Department of Indigenous Studies seeks to provide an intellectual milieu where teaching and research are well grounded in the priorities and knowledge of Saskatchewan’s Aboriginal communities, all the while placing them within the larger fabric of the Canadian Aboriginal experience and the emergent…

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The College of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies encourages re-alignment of traditional disciplines into new patterns, crossing department and college boundaries where this will foster new areas of learning. To facilitate this, the College of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies provides opportunities for students to develop individual interdisciplinary programs leading to the MA, M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees. The individual interdisciplinary graduate program…

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The College of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies encourages re-alignment of traditional disciplines into new patterns, crossing department and college boundaries where this will foster new areas of learning. To facilitate this, the College of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies provides opportunities for students to develop individual interdisciplinary programs leading to the MA, M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees. The individual interdisciplinary graduate program…

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The College of Kinesiology Graduate Program offers M.Sc. and PhD degrees in diverse areas including behavioural science, biomechanics, bone research, functional and exercise physiology, motor learning and control, and pedagogy. Our students have access to office and lab space, work in a collaborative atmosphere, and have opportunities to gain research and teaching experience, participate in community outreach initiatives, volunteer activities and…

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The College of Kinesiology Graduate Program offers M.Sc. and PhD degrees in diverse areas including behavioural science, biomechanics, bone research, functional and exercise physiology, motor learning and control, and pedagogy. Our students have access to office and lab space, work in a collaborative atmosphere, and have opportunities to gain research and teaching experience, participate in community outreach initiatives, volunteer activities and…

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Researchers in WCVM's Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences are exploring issues in the areas of epidemiology, food safety, animal ethology and welfare, theriogenology (cattle and horses), work in specialized livestock, and various projects in surgery and medicine. Research projects at the University of Saskatchewan benefit from our diverse range of facilities and programs in support of the health sciences such as: our Animal Care Unit has…

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Researchers in WCVM's Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences are exploring issues in the areas of epidemiology, food safety, animal ethology and welfare, theriogenology (cattle and horses), work in specialized livestock, and various projects in surgery and medicine. Research projects at the University of Saskatchewan benefit from our diverse range of facilities and programs in support of the health sciences such as: our Animal Care Unit has…

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The LLM program is thesis-based, offering supervision in a wide range of areas, including: Aboriginal law and Indigenous peoples' rights Administration of justice Administrative and municipal law Bankruptcy and insolvency Business organizations and corporate law Commercial law (domestic and international) Contract law Constitutional law Criminal law Dispute resolution Environmental, natural resources and resource development, and agricultural law…

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The Leadership in Post-Secondary Education Program is a new field of specialization offered through the Department of Educational Administration. The Certificate and Master’s degree options provide opportunities for students who would like to develop skills and knowledge specific to leadership in post-secondary educational institutions (colleges, polytechnics, and universities).

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The MA in Applied Linguistics is a two-year research-based master of arts program. The Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics involves coursework (five three-credit-units courses) in the areas of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics plus writing and defending an MA thesis based on individual research. Graduate students pursue original research on national and minority languages and linguocultures of Saskatchewan and Canada, as well as the research…

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The Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Marketing is a research-based program that focuses on consumer behavior, marketing theory, and designing marketing research. This is a two-year program; year one is devoted to course work, while year two focuses on research and writing a thesis. Course work covers the following topics: Consumer Behaviour Marketing Theory Designing Marketing Research Statistical Methods Advanced Qualitative Methods One elective in…

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The Department of Mathematics & Statistics is home to expert faculty who wish to work directly with graduate students on cutting-edge research in the mathematical sciences. Current research areas within our Department include: Algebra, Analysis, Applied Mathematics, Biostatistics, Combinatorics and Discrete Mathematics, Geometry (both Algebraic and Differential), Mathematical Physics, Probability, Statistics, and Topology. The Department offers…

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The Department of Mathematics & Statistics is home to expert faculty who wish to work directly with graduate students on cutting-edge research in the mathematical sciences. Current research areas within our Department include: Algebra, Analysis, Applied Mathematics, Biostatistics, Combinatorics and Discrete Mathematics, Geometry (both Algebraic and Differential), Mathematical Physics, Probability, Statistics, and Topology. The Department offers…

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The department offers Master of Science (M.Sc.), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) degree programs, as well as a Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) program. In the M.Sc. and PhD programs, graduate students complete course work and a project, while PGD students complete course work only. All graduate programs are conducted under the supervision of a faculty member. Graduate student enrollment is approximately 80 students, and about…

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The department offers Master of Science (M.Sc.), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) degree programs, as well as a Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) program. In the M.Sc. and PhD programs, graduate students complete course work and a project, while PGD students complete course work only. All graduate programs are conducted under the supervision of a faculty member. Graduate student enrollment is approximately 80 students, and about…

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Graduate degrees in Music at the University of Saskatchewan are an opportunity for students to do intensive one-on-one study with experienced scholars and performing artists with particular specialties in piano, collaborative piano, voice, strings, brass, and woodwinds. Our conducting program centres on choral conducting or instrumental conducting depending on the goals of the student. Our musicology and theory programs focus primarily on 18th, 19th,…

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The Master of Music in Music Education offers two flexible programs (course-based and thesis-based) that reflect on the pedagogy and content knowledge that is specific to music education. As such there are courses pertaining to music curriculum, literature, pedagogy and philosophical/psychological/sociological perspectives of music and music education. The curricular objectives are to encourage you to explore, develop, and refine your knowledge,…

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Learn Where YOU Live. The College of Nursing uses a distributed learning approach, enabling students to learn where they live within North America. We also have campuses in Saskatoon, Regina and Prince Albert. Courses are distributed using a variety of flexible and innovative methods, including video and web conferencing, blackboard online and lecture capture. With four programs to choose from and the largest cluster of health science disciplines…

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Learn Where YOU Live. The College of Nursing uses a distributed learning approach, enabling students to learn where they live within North America. We also have campuses in Saskatoon, Regina and Prince Albert. Courses are distributed using a variety of flexible and innovative methods, including video and web conferencing, blackboard online and lecture capture. With four programs to choose from and the largest cluster of health science disciplines…

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A wide range of potential specializations are open to students in our Nutrition graduate programs. Research activities focus on areas that are highly relevant to improving health and quality of life and include clinical nutrition, community nutrition, nutritional biochemistry, dietary assessment and nutritional epidemiology, nutrition education, nutrition intervention, food security, food biotechnology and nutrition services administration. While…

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A wide range of potential specializations are open to students in our Nutrition graduate programs. Research activities focus on areas that are highly relevant to improving health and quality of life and include clinical nutrition, community nutrition, nutritional biochemistry, dietary assessment and nutritional epidemiology, nutrition education, nutrition intervention, food security, food biotechnology and nutrition services administration. While…

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The College of Pharmacy and Nutrition offers master’s (M.Sc.) and doctoral (PhD) degree programs in pharmaceutical sciences, and in advanced clinical and community practice. Graduate students in our College are presented with the extraordinary opportunity of creating new knowledge, advancing the field of pharmacy and becoming agents of change in improving health quality locally, nationally and internationally. There is a wide range of potential specializations…

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The College of Pharmacy and Nutrition offers master’s (M.Sc.) and doctoral (PhD) degree programs in pharmaceutical sciences, and in advanced clinical and community practice. Graduate students in our College are presented with the extraordinary opportunity of creating new knowledge, advancing the field of pharmacy and becoming agents of change in improving health quality locally, nationally and internationally. There is a wide range of potential specializations…

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The College of Pharmacy and Nutrition offers master’s (M.Sc.) and doctoral (PhD) degree programs in pharmaceutical sciences, and in advanced clinical and community practice. Graduate students in our College are presented with the extraordinary opportunity of creating new knowledge, advancing the field of pharmacy and becoming agents of change in improving health quality locally, nationally and internationally. There is a wide range of potential specializations…

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The Department of Physics and Engineering Physics offers graduate programs leading to M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Physics or in Engineering Physics. Our department has a strong commitment to its research programs and facilities. Graduate students work closely with their supervisors, participate in all aspects of research, and are recognized for their important contributions to our research programs. This results in an environment where students can…

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The Department of Physics and Engineering Physics offers graduate programs leading to M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Physics or in Engineering Physics. Our department has a strong commitment to its research programs and facilities. Graduate students work closely with their supervisors, participate in all aspects of research, and are recognized for their important contributions to our research programs. This results in an environment where students can…

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The Department of Plant Sciences presents a truly unique experience to students by offering research-based M.Sc.and PhD programs in agronomy, crop science, horticultural science, plant ecology or rangeland studies in one department. We are the only plant sciences department in Canada capable of offering such a well-rounded experience in plant studies. The Department of Plant Sciences is housed in the state-of-the-art Agriculture Building. Located…

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The Department of Plant Sciences presents a truly unique experience to students by offering research-based M.Sc.and PhD programs in agronomy, crop science, horticultural science, plant ecology or rangeland studies in one department. We are the only plant sciences department in Canada capable of offering such a well-rounded experience in plant studies. The Department of Plant Sciences is housed in the state-of-the-art Agriculture Building. Located…

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The Department of Political Studies offers thesis-based and project-based master's degree programs with emphasis in the fields of Canadian government and politics, Northern politics and policy, political thought, public policy, governance of voluntary organizations, international relations or comparative politics, particularly the politics of developing countries. In addition, these programs are designed to allow students to graduate within one academic…

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The Precision Oral and Systemic Health program provides students with the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to become highly qualified individuals who are capable of designing and conducting research related to oral health and exploring the "body to mouth" connection. Students will be provided opportunities to focus on precision technologies and approaches and participate in a full spectrum of didactic and experiential learning opportunities.…

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The Department of Psychology offers programs in four streams: Applied Social Psychology, Cognition and Neuroscience, Clinical Psychology, and Culture, Human, and Health Development. We have a strong emphasis on research in a wide spectrum of topics, including laboratory and applied projects. Applied Social Psychology Trains students to conduct basic and applied social psychological research. Specifically, the program offers training in social psychological…

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The Department of Psychology offers programs in four streams: Applied Social Psychology, Cognition and Neuroscience, Clinical Psychology, and Culture, Human, and Health Development. We have a strong emphasis on research in a wide spectrum of topics, including laboratory and applied projects. Applied Social Psychology Trains students to conduct basic and applied social psychological research. Specifically, the program offers training in social psychological…

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The Master of Public Administration (MPA) program, accredited by the Canadian Association of Programs in Public Administration (CAPPA), is designed to prepare students for careers in public administration and policy work in diverse areas such as non-government organizations, industry associations, and, of course, the public service. MPA students are exposed to core concepts in policy formation and analysis, and have the opportunity to explore substantive…

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The School provides a thriving academic environment that embraces diversity. We encourage individuals from all minority groups to apply and self-identify. The MPH program starts in mid-August with a compulsory orientation. This is followed by the two-week intensive Foundations for Public Health (PUBH 804) class, which runs all day, Monday to Friday. Foundations for Public Health is a required course. The MPH Program at the University of Saskatchewan…

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The Master of Public Policy (MPP) provides students with opportunities to conduct research and contribute to the study of public policy and the application of policy expertise in the real world. Students graduating from this program possess the research skills necessary to play integral roles in the civil service, research organizations and industry associations. Top students from this program may go on to doctoral programs in public policy. The…

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The Doctor of Philosophy in Public Policy (PhD) offers learning and research opportunities for highly qualified students to advance knowledge and move the study of public policy forward. Students graduating from this program will be in a position to train the next generation of public service professionals and to conduct public policy and management research for government, business, think tanks and other research organizations. The PhD program involves…

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The University of Saskatchewan MA in Religion and Culture program is a broad program involving significant critical exposure to religious traditions of the East and the West along with some familiarity with the methodological and thematic issues involved in academic study of religion. Our course offerings demonstrate this breadth of perspectives, which range from focused explorations of particular religious traditions (e.g., Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity)…

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The Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences provides teaching, research and expertise in small animal medicine, surgery, reproduction and specialized disciplines including ophthalmology, medical oncology, radiation oncology, dentistry, and wildlife and exotic animal medicine. Small Animal Clinical Sciences has an active research program involving small animal species and wildlife species. Faculty interests include retinal disease in dogs, magnetic…

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The Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences provides teaching, research and expertise in small animal medicine, surgery, reproduction and specialized disciplines including ophthalmology, medical oncology, radiation oncology, dentistry, and wildlife and exotic animal medicine. Small Animal Clinical Sciences has an active research program involving small animal species and wildlife species. Faculty interests include retinal disease in dogs, magnetic…

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The Department of Sociology offers a thesis and non-thesis program leading to a Master of Arts degree in Sociology and a thesis-based PhD program. The program of study for the candidates in MA and PhD programs is prepared to suit the individual student's needs and interests. This generally requires a combination of rigorous training in the areas of theory and methodology and elective courses in the candidate's area of interest. Graduate student enrollment…

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The Department of Sociology offers a thesis and non-thesis program leading to a Master of Arts degree in Sociology and a thesis-based PhD program. The program of study for the candidates in MA and PhD programs is prepared to suit the individual student's needs and interests. This generally requires a combination of rigorous training in the areas of theory and methodology and elective courses in the candidate's area of interest. Graduate student enrollment…

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The Soil Science department is an international leader in field-based, landscape-scale research and faculty are actively involved in research that focuses on terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem health—linking basic micro-scale science (involving synchrotron-based, molecular-scale studies to elucidate fundamental processes at work) to real world issues at the landscape (studying the interaction of soil, topographic, and environmental factors to better…

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The Soil Science department is an international leader in field-based, landscape-scale research and faculty are actively involved in research that focuses on terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem health—linking basic micro-scale science (involving synchrotron-based, molecular-scale studies to elucidate fundamental processes at work) to real world issues at the landscape (studying the interaction of soil, topographic, and environmental factors to better…

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This is an intensive, studio-based program offering artists the opportunity to develop a practical and theoretical understanding of their art practice in the context of a challenging and supportive faculty of studio artists, art historians and art educators. Students may specialize in the areas of painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, photography and digital and integrated practice. The program is normally two years in length. Through seminars,…

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In this professional program, you'll transcend disciplinary boundaries to manage complex problems and address sustainability challenges from the local to the global context. You'll develop your professional skills and address real-world issues by working with a public, private or not-for-profit partner organization as you complete the degree requirements with an applied project. The M.Ss. has two fields of study: Energy Security: The mission of the…

The Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (MATESOL) is a course-based (30 course units of coursework) graduate program designed to enhance the skills of English as a second/foreign/additional language teachers within Canada and from abroad. The MATESOL program is for students who are interested in enhancing their understanding of ESL/EAL/EFL teaching and learning processes, mechanisms of second language acquisition, English…

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Research and postgraduate teaching in toxicology is coordinated and led by the Toxicology Centre, with substantial participation from members of the University's Toxicology Group. The Toxicology Group is an interdisciplinary body under the umbrella of the College of Graduate Studies and Research that consists of faculty members from many university departments, as well as scientists from various government research institutions located on or near…

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Research and postgraduate teaching in toxicology is coordinated and led by the Toxicology Centre, with substantial participation from members of the University's Toxicology Group. The Toxicology Group is an interdisciplinary body under the umbrella of the College of Graduate Studies and Research that consists of faculty members from many university departments, as well as scientists from various government research institutions located on or near…

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The vaccinology and immunotherapeutics program provides Master of Science (M.Sc.) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) students with opportunities to study cutting-edge advances in the field vaccinology and infectious diseases. It combines interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary academic learning with practical experience under the mentorship of a team of experts focused on two main streams: Scientific Bases – Understanding the basic biology of vaccine/immunologics…

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The vaccinology and immunotherapeutics program provides Master of Science (M.Sc.) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) students with opportunities to study cutting-edge advances in the field vaccinology and infectious diseases. It combines interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary academic learning with practical experience under the mentorship of a team of experts focused on two main streams: Scientific Bases – Understanding the basic biology of vaccine/immunologics…

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The Department of Veterinary Biomedical Sciences has an active program of research from whole animal investigations to cellular and molecular research. Faculty interests include studies in cardiovascular physiology, stress physiology, gastrointestinal biochemistry, toxicology, pulmonary pathobiology, neuroscience, pharmacology, reproductive physiology, endocrinology and biotechnology. Research interests cover basic, applied and clinical aspects.…

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The Department of Veterinary Biomedical Sciences has an active program of research from whole animal investigations to cellular and molecular research. Faculty interests include studies in cardiovascular physiology, stress physiology, gastrointestinal biochemistry, toxicology, pulmonary pathobiology, neuroscience, pharmacology, reproductive physiology, endocrinology and biotechnology. Research interests cover basic, applied and clinical aspects.…

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The Department of Veterinary Microbiology has students with diverse interests in infectious disease and their research questions address this area at levels ranging from the molecular to the population. We are united by our desire to explore microorganisms and their relationships with us and other animals.

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The Department of Veterinary Microbiology has students with diverse interests in infectious disease and their research questions address this area at levels ranging from the molecular to the population. We are united by our desire to explore microorganisms and their relationships with us and other animals.

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The Department of Veterinary Pathology offers programs of postgraduate study in anatomic and clinical pathology leading to the following degrees: Master of Veterinary Science (two-year diagnostic training) which may be followed by the optional one-year Senior Residency; Master of Science (thesis); Master of Science with diagnostics (three-year thesis program); and PhD (thesis). Excellent facilities for research and for disciplinary training in diagnostic…

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The Department of Veterinary Pathology offers programs of postgraduate study in anatomic and clinical pathology leading to the following degrees: Master of Veterinary Science (two-year diagnostic training) which may be followed by the optional one-year Senior Residency; Master of Science (thesis); Master of Science with diagnostics (three-year thesis program); and PhD (thesis). Excellent facilities for research and for disciplinary training in diagnostic…

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The goal of the Women’s, Gender, and Sexualities Studies graduate program is to create new knowledges, concepts and theories as they relate to diverse gendered and sexual identities and experiences, through the study and application of critical feminist theory, masculinities studies, queer and sexualities studies, and cultural and transnational studies. The program integrates feminist interdisciplinary scholarship and new approaches to academic research…

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The MFA in Writing is a two-year program. Students will normally convocate in the fall at the end of the two years. This means that the students will normally defend their theses at the end of August and/or the beginning of September. In exceptional circumstances, a student may defend his or her thesis in June. This is a Full-Time program. Students should be prepared to devote the bulk of their time to it. The writing workshops are on-site only and…

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  • Degree : Diploma - Graduate - PhD / Doctoral Studies - Postgraduate - Short Programs - Undergraduate
  • Application Fee : CAD120
  • Intake : January
  • Deadline for application : 19 Sep 2021
  • Language Requirements : ✓  International Certificate in English at B2 level

University of Saskatchewan Description

USask is one of the top research-intensive, medical doctoral universities in Canada, and is home to world-leading research in areas of global importance, such as water and food security and infectious diseases. Study and discovery is enhanced by our outstanding facilities, including the Canadian Light Source synchrotron, VIDO-InterVac, the Global Institute for Food Security, the Global Institute for Water Security and the Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation.
Guided by our University Plan: The University the World Needs, we work together across disciplines and with our communities to find creative solutions to the most pressing global challenges. Our graduates, recognized for their strong work ethic, resourceful nature and determination, are leading change here at home and around the world.

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The Prairie Horticulture Certificate (PHC) is an online program designed specifically for the Prairies. It is collaboratively offered through a consortium of three western Canadian educational institutions: Assiniboine Community College (Manitoba), Olds College (Alberta) and the University of Saskatchewan (Saskatchewan). Horticulture is the study of the biology, production and utilization of fruits, vegetables, flowers, medicinals, ornamental crops,…

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The English for Academic Purposes program is designed for student success. You will develop language, cultural and academic skills that will give you an advantage in your university studies, your career and your life. The English for Academic Purposes program has four levels. Each level is designed to build on existing skills and teach new language specifically to help you prepare for university. The upper levels of the English for Academic Purposes…

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Teach English as a second or foreign language to newcomers, refugees, international students and overseas in other countries. CERTESL addresses the largest possible range of second/additional language learning needs. With CERTESL and a university degree, you will qualify to teach English almost anywhere in the world. Academic course content includes all of the core professional requirements: effective language teaching English Language learner needs…

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This online program is for health professionals looking to improve teaching practices, leadership skills, and curriculum design. The M.Ed. is designed to allow students to continue working full-time while pursuing course work. The interdisciplinary courses will bring the knowledge and approaches of educational administration and curriculum studies into a health sciences context. In this program, students will complete eight courses alongside students…

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Online option Designed for individuals working in the public and quasi-public (e.g., NGOs, non-profits) sectors, the online Master of Public Administration program provides students with the knowledge and administrative and management skills needed to address the contemporary policy challenges of an increasingly complex world. The online option provides an applied focus, using case-studies and projects to illustrate the applications of public policy…

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The MWS is a cross-disciplinary, project-based and professional-style program that is completed in 12 months of full-time, or 24 months of part-time study. Graduates are prepared to address complex water problems, with training in science, engineering and policy analysis enabling them to investigate water security issues of regional, national and international significance. Graduates are ready to pursue careers as water scientists, managers and policy-makers…

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