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1 OFF-CAMPUS & DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAM GUIDE students.usask.ca

2 Start Your Degree Classes that are offered off campus and via distance may be used towards many University of Saskatchewan degree programs. Choose from a variety of academic interests to get started. Some degree programs may be completed entirely off campus and online. Arts & Science Programs artsandscience.usask.ca/students/offcampus I prefer smaller classes at the Prince Albert Campus. I like that my instructors know me. I m not just a face in the crowd. Katherine Burns, student College of Arts and Science, University of Saskatchewan Prince Albert Campus, Agriculture & Bioresources Programs Complete your first year of Agriculture Studies off campus. agbio.usask.ca

3 Welcome to University of Saskatchewan Whether you are interested in one class or a degree program we have something for everyone. Table of Contents Online and Independent Studies Classes Online and Independent Studies Class Information...3 Independent Studies Classes...4 Online Classes...4 Off-Campus Classes Off-Campus Class Information...6 Off-Campus Abbreviations...7 U of S Prince Albert Campus...7 Cumberland College Great Plains College North West Regional College Northlands College Parkland College St. Peter s College Registration Process Writing Centre Certificate Programs Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language (CERTESL) Prairie Horticulture Certificate (PHC) Post-Degree Certificate in Special Education (SPEC) General Information Admission & Registration Student Central Tuition Fees Certificate Program Fees International Student Tuition Tuition Fees for Senior Citizens Cancellations and Refunds Student Fees ICT Help Desk Student ID and Library Card Examinations Bookstore Library Services Writing Centre Other Services Common Visiting Student Application Guide Class Schedule Worksheet Where to Go for Help Academic Schedule & Other Important Dates Off-Campus Locations Across Saskatchewan... Inside Back Cover Academic Schedule & Other Important Dates Page 32 As of March 1, 2015, all readers and prospective students are advised that matters dealt with in this Guide are subject to continuing review and revision, as it is published well in advance of the opening of the Regular Session. The University reserves the right to change/amend/add or cancel classes/programs, impose enrolment limitations, alter the timetable, fee structure, and regulations as circumstances require from those published in this Guide. For detailed information on regulations, deadlines, dates, colleges, degrees, classes and prerequisites, please refer to the University Course and Program Catalogue online at: usask.ca/programs. Should changes occur, students will be permitted to change classes without penalty within the published deadlines or to receive a full tuition refund if acceptable alternative classes are not available. The most up-to-date information on classes is online. ccde.usask.ca/distanceeducation

4 Start Your Degree in Nursing The instructors and staff at the Prince Albert Campus give me the support I need to be successful in my studies. Ifeoma Egbujuo, student College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan Prince Albert Campus, The Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a four-year non-direct entry program. The pre-professional year provides necessary prerequisites, which is then followed by three years of concentrated nursing classes and clinical practice. You can apply to the College of Arts and Science for your pre-professional year. Classes include: English 111.3, 112.3, 113.3, or (3 credits) Indigenous Studies Chemistry Biology Psychology or (3 credits) Social Science (3 credits) Statistics (3 credits) Nutrition Elective (3 credits) Elective (3 credits) For more information about the pre-professional year at off-campus sites, talk to the program counsellor at your nearest regional college or refer to the contact list in the back of this guide. Nursing programs are available at: Prince Albert Regina La Ronge, Creighton, Île-à-la-Crosse Yorkton usask.ca/nursing 2 ccde.usask.ca/distanceeducation

5 Add flexibility to your schedule with Independent Studies and Online Classes What are Independent Studies Classes? They used to be called correspondence classes and are ideal for anyone who wants more flexibility in choosing when to work on their class. A class guide directs you through your readings and assignments. You will have access to your instructor by phone or . Many independent classes are supplemented with additional learning materials such as print packages, CDs, DVDs, and some online resources. When registering, independent studies classes have a section number beginning with X. What are Online Classes? These classes are offered entirely online and may be supplemented with interactive components such as audio, video and animation. Online classes often have a large discussion component that relies heavily on your input at specific points during the class. When registering, online classes have a section number beginning with W. What materials are required for my classes? For independent studies classes: a print package including class information and materials is shipped to you approximately 10 days before the start of a class. For registrations after August 15 (Term 1) and December 15 (Term 2), class materials are shipped as soon as possible. For online classes: All resources are available online. The class syllabus becomes available one week before the start of term. Materials fees: any fees for materials are assessed when you register for a class. Materials fees are non-refundable unless materials are returned, unopened and before the first day of class. Class Syllabus A class syllabus is provided for each class and provides important information about learning outcomes, textbooks and required materials, reading schedules with assignment and exam dates, relative marking weight of all assignments and examinations, and instructor contact information and availability. Download your class syllabus through your online class in Blackboard or at ccde.usask.ca/distanceeducation/degreecourselistings Textbooks Your class syllabus includes a list of required textbooks and materials. Information on how to order textbooks is provided on page 28. Please visit the University Bookstore at to place your order and inquire about refund policies. Final Examinations Please check your PAWS account or go to usask.ca/exams for the date, location and time of your final exam. Outside of Saskatoon: If you wish to write your final examination at a site outside of Saskatoon, you must submit an Application for Final Examination Form. Please go to ccde.usask.ca/exam-info for information and the form. Cumberland College Online and Independent Studies Classes ccde.usask.ca/distanceeducation 3

6 Independent Studies Classes Independent studies classes are ideal for people who want more flexibility in choosing when to work on their class. Assignment due dates and examination information is provided in the class syllabus. Note: classes may occasionally be cancelled due to low enrolment. The Class Search available online through PAWS will have the most up-to-date class information. Course descriptions are available at: usask.ca/programs. College of Arts and Science Classes Term CRN Class No. Section Limit Materials Fee Course Name T ARCH 112 X01 30 $45 Introduction to Archaeology and Biological Anthropology T ECON 111 X01 30 $45 Price and Resource Allocation T ENG 114 X01 30 $35 Reading Culture T GEOL 108 X01 30 $40 Earth Processes T HIST 121 X01 30 $50 Europe to Mod Age 1348 to 1789 T PSY 222 X01 30 $60 Personality T SOC 112 X01 30 $35 Foundations in Sociology Social Construction of Everyday Life T SOC 212 X01 30 $45 Sociology of Crime and Delinquency T SOC 214 X01 30 $45 Social Deviance and Social Control T SOC 232 X01 30 $45 Methods of Social Research T WGST 112 X01 30 $55 Introduction to Women and Gender Studies T ANTH 111 X02 30 $40 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology T ECON 114 X02 30 $50 Money and Income T2 ENG 113 X02 30 $40 Reading Drama T GEOL 109 X02 30 $40 Earth History T HIST 122 X02 30 $45 Euro Mass Culture since 1789 T PSY 222 X02 30 $60 Personality T SOC 111 X02 30 $35 Foundations Sociology Process T SOC 212 X02 30 $45 Sociology of Crime and Delinquency T SOC 214 X02 30 $45 Social Deviance and Social Control T2 SOC 225 X02 30 Intro to Survey, Research /Data Analysis T SOC 233 X02 30 $60 Introduction to Sociological Theory T SOC 321 X02 30 $40 Sociology of Religion College of Education Classes Term CRN Class No. Section Limit Materials Fee Course Name T ECUR 291 X01 40 $70 Introduction to English as Second Language T ECUR 391 X01 30 $75 Second Language Skills Development T ECUR 393 X01 30 $70 Advanced Methods in TESL T ECUR 291 X02 40 $70 Introduction to English as Second Language T ECUR 391 X02 30 $75 Second Language Skills Development T ECUR 393 X02 30 $70 Advanced Methods in TESL Online Classes Independent Studies Classes Online classes are offered entirely online and may have interactive components and discussions that require your input at specific times. Note: classes may occasionally be cancelled due to low enrolment or when a class is being upgraded. The Class Search available online through PAWS will have the most up-to-date class information. Course descriptions are available online at: usask.ca/programs College of Agriculture and Bioresources Classes Term CRN Class No. Section Limit Course Name T AGRC 112 W01 40 Agricultural Science ll T SLSC 232 W01 80 Soil Genesis and Class T AGRC 111 W02 40 Agricultural Science l T PLSC 234 W02 30 Weed Control in Organic Agriculture College of Arts and Science Classes Term CRN Class No. Section Limit Course Name T CMPT 100 W01 40 Introduction to Computing T1/T2 ENG 110 W01 40 Literature and Composition T1 ENG 113 W01 15 Reading Drama T ENG 277 W01 40 Literary Uses of Mythology T ENG 358 W01 10 Canadian Drama T GEOG 120 W01 40 Introduction to Global Environment Systems 4 ccde.usask.ca/distanceeducation

7 Online Classes cont d Term CRN Class No. Section Limit Class Name T GEOG 202 W01 60 Regional Geography of Canada T GEOG 204 W01 30 Geography of Prairie Region T GEOG 208 W01 30 World Regional Development T GEOG 280 W01 30 Environmental Geography T GEOG 381 W01 30 Development in Canadian North: Issues and Challenges T1 GEOG 385 W01 Analysis of Environmental Management & Policy Making T HIST 122 W01 30 European Mass Culture since 1789 T HIST 257 W01 30 The Canadian Prairie to 1905 T1 INDG 107 W01 60 Introduction to Canadian Native Studies T1 INTS 100 W01 30 Strategies for Academic Success T1 MATH 102 W01 30 Precalculus Mathematics T MUS 101 W Fundamentals of Music T MUS 111 W History of Popular Music T NRTH 101 W01 45 Introduction to Circumpolar World T1 PLAN 329 W01 Watershed Planning and Management T POLS 204 W01 35 Governance in Canada T POLS 322 W01 35 Aboriginal Administrative Systems T1 POLS 323 W01 Aboriginal Policies and Programs T PSY 120 W01 80 Biological and Cognitive Bases of Psychology T1T SOC 227 W01 30 Critical Issues in Canadian Society T SOC 233 W01 22 Introduction to Sociological Theory T1 SOC 310 W01 White Collar and Corporate Crime T1 WGST 201 W01 Images of Men and Women in Popular Culture T WGST 210 W01 50 Gendered Perspectives on Cultural Issues T2 ASTR 104 W01 Astronomy of Planets T CMPT 100 W02 40 Introduction to Computing T2 ENG 114 W02 Reading Culture T2 ENG 224 W02 Shakespeare Comedy and History T2 ENG 226 W02 Fantasy and Speculative Fiction T2 ENG 242 W02 40 Indigenous Storytelling of the Prairies T ENG 359 W02 10 Western Canadian Literature T GEOG 120 W02 40 Introduction to Global Environment Systems T GEOG 202 W02 60 Regional Geography of Canada T GEOG 204 W02 30 Geography of Prairie Region T GEOG 208 W02 30 World Regional Development T GEOG 280 W02 30 Environmental Geography T GEOG 351 W02 30 Northern Environments T GEOG 386 W02 40 Environmental Impact Assessment T HIST 121 W02 60 Europe to Mod Age 1348 to 1789 T HIST 258 W02 40 Canadian Prairies since 1905 T2 INDG 107 W02 60 Introductory Canadian Native Studies T2 INTS 100 W02 30 Strategies for Academic Success T MUS 101 W Fundamentals of Music T MUS 111 W History of Popular Music T NRTH 101 W02 40 Introduction to Circumpolar World T2 PLAN 329 W01 Watershed Planning and Management T POLS 205 W02 35 Politics in Canada T2 POLS 222 W02 Aboriginal Governance and Politics T POLS 422 W02 35 Aboriginal Development Strategies T PSY 121 W Social and Develop Psychology T SOC 232 W02 22 Methods of Social Research T SOC 309 W02 22 Theories of Social Change T WGST 112 W02 50 Introduction to Women s and Gender Studies T WGST 201 W02 50 Images of Men and Women in Popular Culture T2 WGST 210 W02 Gendered Perspectives on Cultural Issues College of Medicine Term CRN Class No. Section Limit Class Name T BMSC 200 W Biomolecules College of Pharmacy and Nutrition Classes Term CRN Class No. Section Limit Class Name T NUTR 120 W Basic Nutrition Online Classes ccde.usask.ca/distanceeducation 5

8 Off-Campus Classes Off-Campus Class Information University of Saskatchewan off-campus classes are offered at sites throughout the province. On-site staff provide a wide range of academic and administrative support. Why study off campus? Save money by living at home as you work on your university degree. Receive support and ease your transition into university-level study. Support systems are provided that include program and career counselling, essay writing, group discussions, tutoring and more. Easy access to professors and tutors. Classes are scheduled in a way that provides flexibility for studying, working and extra-curricular activities. Smaller classes allow for more personalized instruction. A variety of study options: choose from face-to-face, online, televised and independent study classes. Friendly staff are always there to help. Where can I study off campus? Prince Albert: U of S Prince Albert campus. Melfort and area: Cumberland College. Swift Current, Kindersley, Warman and area: Great Plains College. North Battleford, Meadow Lake and area: North West Regional College. Yorkton, Melville and area: Parkland College. La Ronge, Buffalo Narrows, Creighton, Île-à-la-Crosse and area: Northlands College. Muenster: St. Peter s College. What kinds of classes can I take? Arts & Sciences Programs: first year classes at all sites with second to fourth year options available at specific sites. Agriculture & Bioresources Programs: first year classes at most sites with second year options available at specific sites. Bachelor of Science in Nursing, pre-professional year: available at most sites. How are classes delivered? Face-to-face lectures by instructors, which is just like being in a classroom on the U of S campus. When registering, off-campus face-to-face classes have a section number beginning with C. Online classes are delivered through a web-based class management system to provide interactivity with your instructor and peers. Some off-campus sites offer computer facilities. When registering, online classes have a section number beginning with W. Televised classes consist of televised or videoconferencing lectures and interactive discussions with your professor. Locally based tutors or proctors are on hand at sites with six or more students. Specially developed print packages guide you through lectures, readings and assignments. When registering, televised classes have a section number beginning with V. Independent Study classes are print-based, home study classes that provide more flexibility in choosing when to work on your class. A printed class guide directs you through your readings and assignments. You will have access to your instructor by phone or . When registering, independent studies classes have a section number beginning with X. Please note: not all types of delivery are available for all classes or at all sites. Who teaches the off-campus classes? All instructors, lab demonstrators and tutors meet academic requirements and are approved by the University of Saskatchewan. Your instructor could be someone from your community or someone who travels from site to site. When do classes start? The University has two regular academic terms. Fall term: September to December Winter term: January to April Please see page 32 for the Academic Schedule. How do I register for a class? Step 1 Apply to the University of Saskatchewan First, you must be admitted to the University of Saskatchewan before you can register. The process is quick, convenient and secure. Visit usask.ca/admission to apply online. Or, visit your nearest regional college where staff can help you with your application. This service is available at the following sites: Prince Albert: U of S Prince Albert Campus Melfort: Cumberland College La Ronge: Northlands College North Battleford: North West Regional College Yorkton: Parkland College Kindersley or Swift Current: Great Plains College Muenster: St. Peter s College Step 2 Once your application is approved, a username (NSID) and temporary password will be sent to you. You can then log in to the university system (PAWS) and register for your classes. 1. Log in to paws.usask.ca with your NSID & password 2. Follow the registration process outlined on pages 21 to Use this guide and the classes listed under your nearest regional college and enter your class selections. Step 3 Explore the PAWS system as well as this guide for information on fee payment, class materials, library services, etc. For course descriptions visit usask.ca/programs All class registration is done online through PAWS. Class information may change after this guide is printed. For the most current listings, go to the Class Search on PAWS. Note: if you are registering for a certificate program, the admission process is different. Please refer to each certificate program (pages 24 to 26). Visit ccde.usask.ca for more detailed information. 6 ccde.usask.ca/distanceeducation

9 Off-Campus Classes Off-Campus Abbreviations LAB LEC TEL TUT IND WEB STU Laboratory section of a class Face-to-face lecture class Televised class Tutorial section of a class Independent Studies class Web-based or online class Studio Class Term(s) T1 Term 1 (September December) T2 Term 2 (January April) T1T2 Terms 1 and 2 (September April) TBA To be announced TBD To be determined Course descriptions are available at: usask.ca/programs Registration is done online through PAWS. View the registration information: students.usask.ca/current/registration * Note: Classes are subject to change. Current listings are always available through the Class Search on PAWS. U of S Prince Albert Campus th Street East, Prince Albert SK S6V 7S4 Telephone: or toll free pa.usask.ca Do you want to pursue a degree in medicine, health, education, social work, law or the arts? Get started with first and second year classes at the University of Saskatchewan. Many professional colleges require at least one or two years of pre-study. Here, you can complete your first year in Agriculture & Bioresources, pre-professional Nursing year or your first two years in Arts & Sciences. Explore a wide range of classes and experience the benefits of smaller class sizes. You will have on-site access to academic advising and U of S supports. Our programs are housed in the Academic Centre of Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Prince Albert Campus, where you have access to state-of-the art labs, tutorial centres, a library, and fitness facilities. NOTE: Orientation sessions for new students are held in early September. Please visit pa.usask.ca for course listings and important dates or contact the Prince Albert Campus office for more information. All classes are subject to change. Check the online Class Search for most up-to-date listings. Delivery Term CRN Class No. Section Class Day Class Time Site Method Limit Course Name T AGRC 112 W15 WEB 5 Agricultural Science ll T BIOL 120 C15 Thursday 15:00 17:45 Prince Albert LEC 40 The Nature of Life T BIOL 120 C16 Thursday 19:00 21:45 Prince Albert LEC 40 The Nature of Life T BIOL 120 L25 Monday 19:00 22:00 Prince Albert LAB 20 LAB T BIOL 120 L28 Tuesday 19:00 22:00 Prince Albert LAB 20 LAB T BIOL 120 L26 Wednesday 19:00 22:00 Prince Albert LAB 20 LAB T BIOL 120 L27 Friday 15:00 18:00 Prince Albert LAB 20 LAB T BMSC 200 W15 Prince Albert WEB 10 Biomolecules T CHEM 112 C15 Wednesday 16:30 19:20 Prince Albert LEC 72 General Chemistry I T CHEM 112 L81 Wednesday 09:00 12:00 Prince Albert LAB 18 LAB T CHEM 112 L83 Wednesday 13:00 16:00 Prince Albert LAB 18 LAB T CHEM 112 L85 Friday 09:00 12:00 Prince Albert LAB 18 LAB T CHEM 112 L87 Friday 13:00 16:00 Prince Albert LAB 18 LAB T CMPT 100 W15 WEB 10 Intro Computing T DRAM 118 C15 Friday 09:30 12:20 Prince Albert LEC 32 Acting 1 T1T ENG 110 C15 Tues/Thurs 08:30 09:50 Prince Albert LEC 38 Literature and Composition Off-Campus Classes Prince Albert ccde.usask.ca/distanceeducation 7

10 Off-Campus Classes Delivery Term CRN Class No. Section Class Day Class Time Site Method Limit Course Name T1T ENG 110 C16 Tues/Thurs 10:00 11:20 Prince Albert LEC 38 Literature and Composition T1 ENG 224 W15 WEB 10 Fantasy and Speculative Fiction T ENG 277 W15 Prince Albert WEB 10 Literary Uses of Mythology T ENG 358 W15 Prince Albert WEB 10 Canadian Drama in English T GEOG 120 C15 Monday 18:30 21:20 Prince Albert LEC 35 Introduction to Global Environmental Systems T1 GEOG 120 TBA TBA Prince Albert LAB 35 LAB T GEOG 202 W15 WEB 10 Regional Geography of Canada T GEOG 204 W15 WEB 10 Geography of Prairie Region T GEOG 208 W15 WEB 10 World Regional Development T GEOG 280 W15 WEB 10 Environmental Geography T GEOG 381 W15 WEB 10 Development in Canadian North: Issues and Challenges T1 HIST 115 C15 Monday 19:00 21:50 Prince Albert LEC 35 Culture and Ideas: Europe Unsettled T1 INDG 107 C15 Monday 09:30 12:30 Prince Albert LEC 38 Introduction to Canadian Native Studies T1 INDG 107 V15 Monday 19:00 21:50 Prince Albert TEL 25 Introduction to Canadian Native Studies T1 INTS 100 C15 Friday 13:00 15:45 Prince Albert LEC 32 Strategies for Academic Success T KIN 121 C15 Tuesday 19:00 21:45 Prince Albert LEC 32 Functional Basis of Physical Activity T MUS 101 W15 WEB 10 Fundamentals of Music T MUS 111 W15 WEB 10 History of Popular Music T NRTH 101 W15 WEB 10 Intro to Circumpolar World T PHYS 115 C15 Friday 09:30 12:20 Prince Albert LEC 32 Physics and the Universe T1 PHYS 115 Friday 13:00 15:45 Prince Albert LAB 32 LAB T POLS 111 C15 Tuesday 14:00 16:45 Prince Albert LEC 32 Democracy in North America T POLS 204 W15 WEB 10 Governance in Canada T POLS 222 W15 WEB 10 Aboriginal Governance and Politics T POLS 322 W15 WEB 5 Aboriginal Management and Administrative Systems T PSY 120 C15 Tues/Thurs 11:30 12:45 Prince Albert LEC 38 Biological and Cognitive Bases of Psychology T PSY 120 C16 Thursday 13:30 16:20 Prince Albert LEC 38 Biological and Cognitive Bases of Psychology T SOC 111 C15 Wednesday 13:00 15:50 Prince Albert LEC 35 Foundations in Soc: Society, Structure, Process T SOC 111 V15 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Prince Albert TEL 25 Foundations in Sociology Society Structure Process T1T SOC 227 W15 WEB 10 Critical Issues in Can Society T1 SOC 232 W15 WEB 10 Methods in Social Research T1 SOC 235 C15 Tuesday 16:30 19:20 Prince Albert LEC 32 Sociology of Aging T WGST 112 C15 Wednesday 09:30 12:20 Prince Albert LEC 35 Introduction to Womens and Gender Studies Off-Campus Classes Prince Albert T AGRC 111 W16 WEB 10 Agricultural Science l T2 ASTR 104 W16 WEB 10 Astronomy of Planets T BIOL 121 C16 Thursday 15:00 17:45 Prince Albert LEC 30 The Diversity of Life T BIOL 121 C18 Thursday 19:00 21:45 Prince Albert LEC 30 The Diversity of Life T BIOL 121 L29 Monday 19:00 22:00 Prince Albert LAB 20 LAB T BIOL 121 L30 Wednesday 19:00 22:00 Prince Albert LAB 20 LAB T BIOL 121 L31 Friday 15:00 18:00 Prince Albert LAB 20 LAB T2 BIOL 224 C16 Monday 18:30 21:20 Prince Albert LEC 20 Animal Body Systems T2 BIOL 224 L32 Tuesday 19:00 22:00 Prince Albert LAB 20 LAB T CHEM 250 C16 Wednesday 16:30 19:20 Prince Albert LEC 30 Organic Chemistry T CHEM 250 L82 Wednesday 09:00 12:00 Prince Albert LAB 10 LAB T CHEM 250 L84 Wednesday 13:00 16:00 Prince Albert LAB 10 LAB T CHEM 250 L86 Friday 09:00 12:00 Prince Albert LAB 10 LAB T CMPT 100 W16 WEB 10 Intro Computing T DRAM 101 C16 Tuesday 18:30 21:20 Prince Albert LEC 32 How to Read Drama T2 DRAM 119 C16 Friday 09:30 12:20 Prince Albert LEC 32 Acting 2 T2 ENG 225 C16 Thursday 18:00 20:45 Prince Albert LEC 35 Shakespeare Tragedy and Romance T2 ENG 226 W16 WEB 10 Shakespeare Comedy and History T ENG 359 W16 WEB 10 Western Canadian Literature T GEOG 125 C16 Monday 18:00 20:45 Prince Albert LEC 32 Environmental Science and Society T GEOG 202 W16 WEB 10 Regional Geography of Canada T GEOG 204 W16 WEB 10 Geography of Prairie Region T GEOG 208 W16 WEB 10 World Regional Development T GEOG 280 W16 WEB 10 Environmental Geography T GEOG 351 W16 WEB 10 Northern Environments T GEOG 386 W16 WEB 10 Assessing Environmental Impact T2 HIST 145 C16 Monday 13:30 16:20 Prince Albert LEC 35 Europe in Age of Mass Culture: 1789 to Present T2 INDG 107 C16 Monday 09:30 12:20 Prince Albert LEC 32 Introduction to Canadian Native Studies T2 INDG 107 V16 Monday 19:00 21:50 Prince Albert TEL 25 Introduction to Canadian Native Studies T2 INDG 271 C16 Friday 13:00 15:45 Prince Albert LEC 32 T KIN 122 C16 Wednesday 09:00 11:45 Prince Albert LEC 32 Social Behavioral Foundations of Physical Activity T MATH 110 C16 Tuesday 17:00 19:45 Prince Albert LEC 32 Calculus I T2 MATH 110 Tuesday 20:00 21:00 Prince Albert LAB 32 LAB 8 ccde.usask.ca/distanceeducation

11 Off-Campus Classes Delivery Term CRN Class No. Section Class Day Class Time Site Method Limit Course Name T MUS 101 W16 WEB 10 Fundamentals of Music T MUS 111 W16 WEB 10 History of Popular Music T NRTH 101 W16 WEB 10 Intro to Circumpolar World T NUTR 120 C16 Monday 14:00 16:45 Prince Albert LEC 32 Basic Nutrition T PHYS 117 C16 Friday 09:30 12:20 Prince Albert LEC 32 Physics for the Life Sciences T2 PHYS 117 Friday 13:00 15:45 Prince Albert LAB 32 LAB T POLS 112 C16 Tuesday 14:00 16:45 Prince Albert LEC 32 Political Ideas and Change in Global Era T POLS 205 W16 WEB 10 Politics in Canada T2 POLS 306 W16 WEB 10 Local Government T POLS 323 W16 WEB 10 Aboriginal Policies and Programs T POLS 422 W16 WEB 10 Aboriginal Dev Strategies T PSY 121 C16 Tues/Thurs 11:30 12:45 Prince Albert LEC 38 Social Clinical Cultural and Developmental Bases of Psychology T PSY 121 C17 Thursday 13:30 16:20 Prince Albert LEC 38 Social Clinical Cultural and Developmental Bases of Psychology T PSY 227 C16 Tuesday 16:30 19:20 Prince Albert LEC 32 Human Sexuality T SOC 112 C16 Wednesday 13:00 15:50 Prince Albert LEC 35 Social Construction of Everyday Life T SOC 112 V15 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Prince Albert TEL 25 Social Construction of Everyday Life T SOC 225 W16 WEB 10 Intro. To Survey, Research and Data Analysis in Sociology T2 SOC 233 W16 WEB 10 Introduction to Sociological Theory T SOC 309 W16 WEB 10 Theories of Social Change T STAT 244 C16 Monday 19:00 21:45 Prince Albert LEC 50 Elementary Statistical Concepts T2 STAT :00 19:00 Prince Albert LAB 50 LAB T2 WGST 204 C16 Wednesday 09:30 12:20 Prince Albert LEC 35 Gendered and Popular Music My family is from Prince Albert so I m grounded here. The fact that I can take my entire U of S degree here is pretty cool. McKenzie Mitchell, student College of Arts and Science, University of Saskatchewan Off-Campus Classes Prince Albert ccde.usask.ca/distanceeducation 9

12 Off-Campus Classes Cumberland College Box 2320, Melfort SK S0E 1A0 Telephone: Save money by living at home and working towards your university degree. Cumberland College offers a wide range of first and upper year University of Saskatchewan classes throughout Northeast Saskatchewan. Quality education is available to you through lectures, televised, videoconference and online instruction. Our first year students find the transition to university level studies much easier with numerous support services provided at Cumberland College. Access to professors and tutorials play a huge factor in the success rate of our students. Most of the classes are offered once a week which allows students more time for their studies, to work part-time or to participate in extra-curricular activities. Apply to the generous scholarship program with over $100,000 awarded annually! NOTE: Students registering in the online classes noted below will have access to the computer labs in Melfort, Nipawin and Tisdale to work on classes, prepare papers and conduct research. Melfort Nipawin Tisdale All classes are subject to change. Check the online Class Search for most up-to-date listings. Off-Campus Classes Cumberland College Delivery Term CRN Class No. Section Class Day Class Time Site Method Limit Course Name T AGRC 112 W11 WEB 10 Agricultural Science II T BIOL 120 C11 Wednesday 12:30 15:20 Melfort LEC 28 Nature of Life T BIOL 120 L11 Wednesday 16:00 18:50 Melfort LAB 14 Lab T BIOL 120 L12 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Melfort LAB 14 Lab T CHEM 112 C11 Thursday 12:30 15:20 Melfort LEC 28 General Chemistry T CHEM 112 L11 Thursday 16:00 18:50 Melfort LAB 14 Lab T CHEM 112 L12 Thursday 19:00 21:50 Melfort LAB 14 Lab T CMPT 100 W11 WEB 10 Introduction to Computing T ENG 113 C11 Friday 13:10 16:00 Melfort LEC 30 Literature & Composition: Reading Drama T ENG 113 C12 Friday 13:10 16:00 Nipawin VC 6 Literature & Composition: Reading Drama T ENG 113 C13 Friday 13:10 16:00 Tisdale VC 6 Literature & Composition: Reading Drama T ENG 227 W11 WEB 10 Literary Uses of Mythology T ENG 358 W11 WEB 10 Canadian Drama T GEOG 120 W11 WEB 10 Intro to Global Environmental Systems T GEOG 202 W11 WEB 10 Regional Geography of Canada T GEOG 204 W11 WEB 10 Geography of the Prairie Region T GEOG 208 W11 WEB 10 World Regional Development T GEOG 280 W11 WEB 10 Environmental Geography T GEOG 381 W11 WEB 10 Development in Canadian North: Issues and Challenges T1 GEOG 385 W11 WEB 10 Analysis of Environmental Management & Policy Making T HIST 122 W11 WEB Europe in Age of Mass Culture 1789 Present T HIST 257 W11 WEB 10 Prairie History to 1905 T1 INDG 107 W11 WEB 10 Intro to Canadian Native Studies T1 INTS 100 W11 WEB 10 Strategies for Academic Success T1 MATH 102 W11 WEB 10 Precalculus Mathematics T MUS 101 W11 WEB 10 Fundamentals of Music T MUS 111 W11 WEB 10 History of Popular Music T NRTH 101 W11 WEB 10 Introduction to Circumpolar World T NUTR 120 C11 Thursday 19:00 21:50 Melfort LEC 25 Basic Nutrition T NUTR 120 C12 Thursday 19:00 21:50 Nipawin VC 10 Basic Nutrition T NUTR 120 C13 Thursday 19:00 21:50 Tisdale VC 10 Basic Nutrition T POLS 111 V12 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Melfort TEL 25 Democracy in North America T POLS 111 V13 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Nipawin TEL 10 Democracy in North America T POLS 111 V14 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Tisdale TEL 10 Democracy in North America T POLS 204 W11 WEB 10 Governance in Canada T POLS 322 W11 WEB 10 Aboriginal Management and Admin. Systems T1 POLS 323 W11 WEB 10 Aboriginal Policies and Programs T PSY 120 C11 Monday 13:00 15:50 Melfort LEC 26 Biological and Cognitive Bases of Psychology T PSY 120 C12 Monday 13:00 15:50 Nipawin VC 10 Biological and Cognitive Bases of Psychology T PSY 120 C13 Monday 13:00 15:50 Tisdale VC 10 Biological and Cognitive Bases of Psychology T SLSC 232 W11 WEB 10 Soil Genesis and Classification T SOC 111 V12 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Melfort TEL 25 Foundations in Sociology: Society, Structure, Process T SOC 111 V13 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Nipawin TEL 10 Foundations in Sociology: Society, Structure, Process T SOC 111 V14 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Tisdale TEL 10 Foundations in Sociology: Society, Structure, Process 10 ccde.usask.ca/distanceeducation

13 Off-Campus Classes Delivery Term CRN Class No. Section Class Day Class Time Site Method Limit Course Name T1T SOC 227 W11 WEB 10 Critical Issues in Canadian Society T SOC 233 W11 WEB 10 Introduction to Sociological Theory T1 SOC 310 W11 WEB 10 White Collar and Corporate Crime in the Global Context T1 WGST 201 W11 WEB 10 Images of Men and Women in Popular Culture T WGST 210 W11 WEB 10 Gendered Perspectives on Cultural Issues T AGRC 111 W10 WEB 10 Agricultural Science I T2 ASTR 104 W10 WEB 10 Astronomy of Planets T BIOL 121 C10 Wednesday 12:30 15:20 Melfort LEC 28 The Diversity of Life T2 BIOL 121 Wednesday 16:00 18:50 Melfort LAB 14 Lab T2 BIOL 121 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Melfort LAB 14 Lab T CHEM 250 C10 Thursday 12:30 15:20 Melfort LEC 28 Organic Chemistry T2 CHEM 250 L10 Thursday 16:00 18:50 Melfort LAB 14 Lab T2 CHEM 250 Melfort LAB 14 Lab T CMPT 100 W10 WEB 10 Introduction to Computing T ENG 114 C10 Friday 13:10 16:00 Melfort LEC 30 Literature & Composition: Reading Culture T ENG 114 C12 Friday 13:10 16:00 Nipawin VC 6 Literature & Composition: Reading Culture T ENG 114 C13 Friday 13:10 16:00 Tisdale VC 6 Literature & Composition: Reading Culture T2 ENG 224 W10 WEB 10 Shakespeare Comedy and History T2 ENG 226 W10 WEB 10 Fantasy and Speculative Fiction T2 ENG 242 W10 WEB 10 Indigenous Storytelling of the Prairies T ENG 359 W10 WEB 10 Western Canadian Literature T GEOG 120 W10 WEB 10 Intro to Global Environmental Systems T GEOG 202 W10 WEB 10 Regional Geography of Canada T GEOG 204 W10 WEB 10 Geography of the Prairie Region T GEOG 208 W10 WEB 10 World Regional Development T GEOG 280 W10 WEB 10 Environmental Geography T GEOG 351 W10 WEB 10 Geography of Northern Development T HIST 121 W10 WEB 10 Europe to Modern Age T HIST 258 W10 WEB 10 Prairie History Since 1905 T2 INDG 107 C10 Monday 19:00 21:50 Melfort LEC 25 Intro to Canadian Native Studies T2 INDG 107 C12 Monday 19:00 21:50 Nipawin VC 6 Intro to Canadian Native Studies T2 INDG 107 C13 Monday 19:00 21:50 Tisdale VC 6 Intro to Canadian Native Studies T2 INST 100 W10 WEB 10 Strategies for Academic Success T MUS 101 W10 WEB 10 Fundamentals of Music T MUS 111 W10 WEB 10 History of Popular Music T NRTH 101 W10 WEB 10 Introduction to Circumpolar World T2 PLAN 329 W10 WEB 10 Watershed Planning and Management T PLSC 243 W10 WEB 10 Organic Weed Control T POLS 112 V12 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Melfort TEL 25 Political Ideas and Change in Global Era T POLS 112 V13 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Nipawin TEL 10 Political Ideas and Change in Global Era T POLS 112 V14 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Tisdale TEL 10 Political Ideas and Change in Global Era T POLS 205 W10 WEB 10 Politics in Canada T2 POLS 222 W10 WEB 10 Aboriginal Governance and Politics T POLS 422 W10 WEB 10 Aboriginal Development Strategies T PSY 121 C10 Monday 13:00 15:50 Melfort LEC 26 Social, Clinical, Cultural and Developmental Bases T PSY 121 C12 Monday 13:00 15:50 Nipawin VC 10 Social, Clinical, Cultural and Developmental Bases T PSY 121 C13 Monday 13:00 15:50 Tisdale VC 10 Social, Clinical, Cultural and Developmental Bases T SOC 112 V12 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Melfort TEL 25 Foundations in Sociology: Social Construction of Everyday Life T SOC 112 V13 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Nipawin TEL 10 Foundations in Sociology: Social Construction of Everyday Life T SOC 112 V14 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Tisdale TEL 10 Foundations in Sociology: Social Construction of Everyday Life T SOC 232 W10 WEB 10 Methods of Social Research T SOC 309 W10 WEB 10 Theories of Social Change T WGST 112 W10 WEB 10 Introduction to Women and Gender Studies T WGST 201 W10 WEB 10 Images of Men and Women in Popular Culture T2 WGST 210 W10 WEB 10 Gendered Perspectives on Cultural Issues Off-Campus Classes Cumberland College ccde.usask.ca/distanceeducation 11

14 Off-Campus Classes Great Plains College Box 5000, 129 2nd Avenue N.E., Swift Current SK S9H 4G3 Telephone Thinking about university but not quite ready to leave your friends and family? Great Plains College offers several first-year arts and sciences classes from the University of Saskatchewan at campuses in Kindersley, Swift Current and Warman. Classes at all three campuses are televised or delivered online. To find out more about University classes at Great Plains College, book an appointment with a Student Advisor today. Kindersley Swift Current Warman All classes are subject to change. Check the online Class Search for most up-to-date listings. Off-Campus Classes Great Plains College Delivery Term CRN Class No. Section Class Day Class Time Site Method Limit Course Name T AGRC 112 W21 WEB 5 Agricultural Science II T BMSC 200 W21 WEB 5 Biomolecules T CMPT 100 W21 WEB 5 Introduction to Computing T1& ENG 110 W21 WEB 5 Literature and Composition T1& ENG 110 V21 TBA TBA Kindersley TEL 10 Literature and Composition T1& ENG 110 V22 TBA TBA Swift Current TEL 20 Literature and Composition T1& ENG 110 V25 TBA TBA Warman TEL 10 Literature and Composition T ENG 113 W21 WEB 5 Literature and Composition: Reading Drama T1 ENG 114 V21 TBA TBA Kindersley TEL 10 Literature and Composition: Reading Culture T1 ENG 114 V23 TBA TBA Swift Current TEL 20 Literature and Composition: Reading Culture T1 ENG 114 V25 TBA TBA Warman TEL 10 Literature and Composition: Reading Culture T ENG 277 W21 WEB 5 Literary Uses of Mythology T ENG 358 W21 WEB 5 Canadian Drama T GEOG 120 W21 WEB 5 Introduction to Global Environmental Systems T GEOG 202 W21 WEB 10 Regional Geography of Canada T GEOG 204 W21 WEB 10 Geography of the Prairie Region T GEOG 208 W21 WEB 10 World Regional Development T GEOG 280 W21 WEB 10 Environmental Geography T GEOG 381 W21 WEB 10 Development in Canadian North: Issues and Challenges T1 GEOG 385 W21 WEB 10 Analysis of Environmental Management and Policy Making T HIST 122 W21 WEB 10 Europe in Age of Mass Culture 1789 to Present T HIST 257 W21 WEB 10 Prairie History to 1905 T1 INDG 107 V21 Monday 19:00 21:50 Kindersley TEL 10 Introduction to Canadian Native Studies T1 INDG 107 V23 Monday 19:00 21:50 Swift Current TEL 20 Introduction to Canadian Native Studies T1 INDG 107 V25 Monday 19:00 21:50 Warman TEL 10 Introduction to Canadian Native Studies T1 INDG 107 W21 WEB 10 Introduction to Canadian Native Studies T1 INTS 100 W21 WEB 10 Strategies for Academic Success T1 MATH 102 W21 WEB 10 Precalculus Mathematics T MUS 101 W21 WEB 10 Fundamentals of Music T MUS 111 W21 WEB 5 History of Popular Music T NRTH 101 W21 WEB 10 Introduction to Circumpolar World T NRTH 331 W21 WEB 15 Contemporary Issues of the Circumpolar World 1 T POLS 111 V20 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Kindersley TEL 10 Democracy in North America T POLS 111 V22 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Swift Current TEL 20 Democracy in North America T POLS 111 V24 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Warman TEL 10 Democracy in North America T POLS 204 W21 WEB 5 Governance in Canada T POLS 322 W21 WEB 5 Aboriginal Management and Administrative Systems T1 POLS 323 W21 WEB 5 Aboriginal Policies and Programs T PSY 120 W21 WEB 10 Biological and Cognitive Bases of Psychology T SLSC 232 W21 WEB 10 Soil Genesis and Classification T SOC 111 V22 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Kindersley TEL 10 Foundations in Sociology Society Structure Process T SOC 111 V25 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Swift Current TEL 20 Foundations in Sociology Society Structure Process T SOC 111 V26 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Warman TEL 10 Foundations in Sociology Society Structure Process T1T SOC 227 W21 WEB 5 Critical Issues in Canadian Society T SOC 233 W21 WEB 2 Introduction to Sociological Theory T1 SOC 310 W21 WEB 2 White Collar and Corporate Crime in the Global Context T1 WGST 201 W21 WEB 2 Images of Men and Women in Popular Culture T WGST 210 W21 WEB 2 Gendered Perspectives on Cultural Issues 12 ccde.usask.ca/distanceeducation

15 Off-Campus Classes Delivery Term CRN Class No. Section Class Day Class Time Site Method Limit Course Name T AGRC 111 W20 WEB 10 Agricultural Science I T2 ASTR 104 W20 WEB 5 Astronomy of Planets T2 BMSC 200 WEB 10 Biomolecules T CMPT 100 W20 WEB Introduction to Computing T2 ENG 113 V20 TBA TBA Kindersley TEL 10 Literature and Composition: Reading Drama T2 ENG 113 V22 TBA TBA Swift Current TEL 20 Literature and Composition: Reading Drama T2 ENG 113 V24 TBA TBA Warman TEL 10 Literature and Composition: Reading Drama T2 ENG 114 W20 WEB 10 Literature and Composition: Reading Culture T2 ENG 224 W20 WEB 10 Shakespeare Comedy and History T2 ENG 226 W20 WEB 10 Fantasy and Speculative Fiction T ENG 359 W20 WEB 5 Western Canadian Literature T GEOG 120 W20 WEB 5 Introduction to Global Environmental Systems T GEOG 202 W20 WEB 10 Regional Geography of Canada T GEOG 204 W20 WEB 10 Geography of the Prairie Region T GEOG 208 W20 WEB 10 World Regional Development T GEOG 280 W20 WEB 10 Environmental Geography T GEOG 351 W20 WEB 10 Northern Environments T GEOG 386 W20 WEB 5 Geography of Northern Development T HIST 121 W20 WEB 10 Europe to Modern Age 1348 to 1789 T HIST 258 W20 WEB 10 Prairie History Since 1905 T2 INDG 107 V20 Monday 19:00 21:50 Kindersley TEL Introduction to Canadian Native Studies T2 INDG 107 V22 Monday 19:00 21:50 Swift Current TEL Introduction to Canadian Native Studies T2 INDG 107 V24 Monday 19:00 21:50 Warman TEL Introduction to Canadian Native Studies T2 INDG 107 W20 WEB 10 Introduction to Canadian Native Studies T2 INTS 100 W20 WEB 10 Strategies for Academic Success T MUS 101 W20 WEB 10 Fundamentals of Music T MUS 111 W20 WEB 5 History of Popular Music T NRTH 101 W20 WEB 5 Introduction to Circumpolar World T NUTR 120 W20 WEB 10 Basic Nutrition T2 PLAN 329 W20 WEB 10 Watershed Planning and Management T PLSC 234 W20 WEB 10 Weed Control in Organic Agriculture T POLS 112 V20 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Kindersley TEL Political Ideas and Change in Global Era T POLS 112 V22 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Swift Current TEL Political Ideas and Change in Global Era T POLS 112 V24 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Warman TEL Political Ideas and Change in Global Era T POLS 205 W20 WEB 5 Politics in Canada T2 POLS 222 W20 WEB 5 Aboriginal Governance and Politics T POLS 422 W20 WEB Aboriginal Development Strategies T PSY 121 W20 WEB 10 Social, Clinical, Cultural and Developmental Bases of Psychology T SOC 112 V22 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Kindersley TEL Foundations in Sociology Social Construction of Everyday Life T SOC 112 V26 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Swift Current TEL Foundations in Sociology Social Construction of Everyday Life T SOC 112 V27 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Warman TEL Foundations in Sociology Social Construction of Everyday Life T SOC 232 W20 WEB 2 Methods of Social Research T SOC 309 W20 WEB 2 Theories of Social Change T WGST 112 W20 WEB 2 Introduction to Women s and Gender Studies T WGST 201 W20 WEB 2 Images of Men and Women in Popular Culture T2 WGST 210 W20 WEB 2 Gendered Perspectives on Cultural Issues Great Plains College Off-Campus Classes Great Plains College ccde.usask.ca/distanceeducation 13

16 North West Regional College All classes are subject to change. Check the online Class Search for most up-to-date listings. Off-Campus Classes Diefenbaker Drive, North Battleford SK S9A 4A8 Telephone: North West Regional College provides you with the opportunity to take your first year U of S classes closer to home. Smaller class sizes and support from family make it easier for you to make the transition into university studies. Classes are available in North Battleford via lecture and distance delivery. The other location offering satellite-delivered programming is Meadow Lake. A wide range of student support and services are provided. All students registering for their first time as a full-time student in a qualifying certificate, diploma or university program delivered at NWRC are automatically eligible for our Choose NWRC Entrance Scholarship Program. Check out our website at to learn more. NOTE: Students registering in the online classes listed below have access to computer facilities in North Battleford and Meadow Lake. NWRC does not provide specialized software that may be needed for a specific class. North Battleford Meadow Lake Off-Campus Classes North West Regional College 14 Delivery Term CRN Class No. Section Class Day Class Time Site Method Limit Course Name T AGRC 112 W51 WEB 5 Agricultural Science II T ART 161 C51 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 North Battleford LEC 40 Foundation in Photography I T BIOL 120 C51 Saturday 09:00 12:00 North Battleford LEC 36 The Nature of Life T1 BIOL 120 C51 Friday 18:00 21:00 North Battleford LAB 36 The Nature of Life T1 BIOL 120 C51 Wednesday 17:00 18:00 North Battleford TUT 36 The Nature of Life T CMPT 100 W51 WEB 5 Introduction to Computing T1T2 ENG 110 V50 TBA TBA North Battleford TEL 40 Literature and Composition T1T2 ENG 110 V51 TBA TBA Meadow Lake TEL 40 Literature and Composition T1T2 ENG 110 W51 WEB 5 Literature and Composition T1 ENG 113 W51 WEB 5 Literature and Composition: Reading Drama T1 ENG 113 C51 Tuesday 13:00 15:50 North Battleford LEC 40 Literature and Composition: Reading Drama T1 ENG 114 V51 TBA TBA North Battleford TEL 5 Literature and Composition: Reading Culture T ENG 277 W51 WEB 5 Literary Uses of Mythology T ENG 358 W51 WEB 5 Canadian Drama T GEOG 120 W51 WEB 5 Introduction to Global Environmental Systems T GEOG 202 W51 WEB 10 Regional Geography of Canada T GEOG 204 W51 WEB 10 Geography of the Prairie Region T GEOG 208 W51 WEB 10 World Regional Development T GEOG 280 W51 WEB 10 Environmental Geography T GEOG 381 W51 WEB 10 Development in Canadian North: Issues and Challenges T1 GEOG 385 W51 WEB 5 Analysis of Environmental Management and Policy Making T HIST 122 W51 WEB Europe in Age of Mass Culture 1789 to Present T HIST 257 W51 WEB 10 Prairie History to 1905 T1 INDG 107 V50 Monday 19:00 21:50 Meadow Lake TEL Local Aboriginal Peoples T1 INDG 107 V51 Monday 19:00 21:50 North Battleford TEL 40 Local Aboriginal Peoples T1 INDG 107 W51 WEB 10 Local Aboriginal Peoples T1 INTS 100 C51 Monday 09:00 11:50 North Battleford LEC 40 Strategies for Academic Success T1 INTS 100 W51 WEB 5 Strategies for Academic Success T1 MATH 102 W51 WEB 5 Precalculus Mathematics T MATH 104 C51 Thursday 16:00 18:50 North Battleford LEC 40 Elementary Calculus T MUS 101 W51 WEB 5 Fundamentals of Music T MUS 111 W51 WEB 10 History of Popular Music T NRTH 101 W51 WEB Introduction to Circumpolar World T NRTH 331 W51 WEB 15 Contemporary Issues of the Circumpolar World I T POLS 111 V51 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 North Battleford TEL 5 Democracy in North America T1 POLS 111 V50 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Meadow Lake TEL 5 Democracy in North America POLS 204 W51 WEB 5 Governance in Canada T POLS 322 W51 WEB 5 Aboriginal Management and Administrative Systems T1 POLS 323 W51 WEB 5 Aboriginal Policies and Programs T PSY 120 C51 Wednesday 13:00 15:50 North Battleford LEC 30 Biological and Cognitive Bases of Psychology T PSY 120 W51 WEB 10 Biological and Cognitive Bases of Psychology T SLSC 232 W51 WEB 10 Soil Genesis and Classification T SOC 111 C51 Monday 13:00 15:50 North Battleford LEC 40 Foundations in Sociology Society, Structure, Process T1 SOC 111 V50 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Meadow Lake TEL 10 Foundations in Sociology Society, Structure, Process T SOC 111 V51 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 North Battleford TEL 10 Foundations in Sociology Society, Structure, Process T1T SOC 227 W51 WEB 5 Critical Issues in Canadian Society T1 SOC 310 W51 WEB 2 White Collar and Corporate Crime in the Global Context T SOC 233 W51 WEB 2 Introduction to Sociological Theory T WGST 210 W51 WEB 2 Gendered Perspectives on Cultural Issues

17 Off-Campus Classes Delivery Term CRN Class No. Section Class Day Class Time Site Method Limit Course Name T AGRC 111 W50 WEB 10 Agricultural Science I T2 ASTR 104 W51 WEB 5 Astronomy of Planets T2 BIOL 121 C50 Saturday 09:00 12:00 North Battleford Diversity of Life BIOL 121 Friday 18:00 21:00 North Battleford Diversity of Life BIOL 121 Monday 17:00 18:00 North Battleford Diversity of Life T CHEM 112 C50 Tuesday 09:00 12:00 North Battleford LEC 25 General Chemistry I Structure Bonding and Properties of Materials T2 CHEM 112 C50 Wednesday 16:00 19:30 North Battleford LAB 25 General Chemistry I Structure Bonding and Properties of Materials T2 CHEM 112 C50 Tuesday 16:00 17:00 North Battleford TUT 25 General Chemistry I Structure Bonding and Properties of Materials T CMPT 100 W50 WEB 5 Introduction to Computing T2 ENG 113 V50 TBA TBA North Battleford TEL 15 Literature and Composition: Reading Drama T2 ENG 113 V53 TBA TBA Meadow Lake TEL 15 Literature and Composition: Reading Drama T2 ENG 114 C50 TBA TBA North Battleford LEC 40 Literature and Composition: Reading Drama T2 ENG 114 W50 WEB 5 Literature and Composition: Reading Culture ENG 224 W50 WEB 5 Shakespeare Comedy and History ENG 226 W50 WEB 5 Fantasy and Speculative Fiction ENG 242 W50 WEB 5 Indigenous Storytelling of the Prairies T ENG 359 W50 WEB 5 Western Canadian Literature T GEOG 120 W50 WEB 5 Introduction to Global Environmental Systems T GEOG 202 W50 WEB 10 Regional Geography of Canada T GEOG 204 W50 WEB 10 Geography of the Prairie Region T GEOG 208 W50 WEB 10 World Regional Development T GEOG 280 W50 WEB 10 Environmental Geography T GEOG 351 W50 WEB 10 Northern Environments T GEOG 386 W50 WEB 10 Geography of Northern Development T HIST 121 W50 WEB Europe to Modern Age 1348 to 1789 T HIST 258 W50 WEB 10 Prairie History since 1905 T2 INDG 107 V50 Monday 19:00 21:50 North Battleford TEL 15 Aboriginal Canada T2 INDG 107 V53 Monday 19:00 21:50 Meadow Lake TEL Aboriginal Canada T2 INDG 264 W50 WEB 5 Aboriginal People and Canadian Politics T2 INTS 100 W50 WEB 5 Strategies for Academic Success T MUS 101 W50 WEB 5 Fundamentals of Music T MUS 111 W50 WEB 5 History of Popular Music T NRTH 101 W50 WEB 5 Introduction to Circumpolar World T NUTR 120 C50 Friday 13:00 15:50 North Battleford LEC 30 Basic Nutrition T NUTR 120 W50 WEB 10 Basic Nutrition T2 PLAN 329 W50 WEB 5 Watershed Planning and Management T PLSC 234 W50 WEB Organic Weed Control T POLS 112 V50 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 North Battleford TEL 10 Political Ideas and Change in Global Era T2 POLS 112 V51 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Meadow Lake TEL Political Ideas and Change in Global Era T POLS 205 W50 WEB 5 Politics in Canada POLS 222 W50 WEB 5 Aboriginal Governance and Politics T POLS 306 W50 WEB 5 Local Government T POLS 422 W50 WEB 5 Aboriginal Development Strategies T PSY 121 C50 Wednesday 13:00 15:50 North Battleford LEC 30 Social, Clinical, Cultural and Developmental Bases of Psychology T PSY 121 W50 WEB 10 Social Clinical Cultural and Developmental Bases of Psychology T SOC 112 C50 Monday 13:00 15:50 North Battleford LEC 40 Social Construction of Everyday Life T SOC 112 V51 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 North Battleford TEL 40 Foundations in Sociology Social Construction of Everyday Life T2 SOC 112 V53 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Meadow Lake TEL 10 Foundations in Sociology Social Construction of Everyday Life T SOC 225 W50 WEB 2 Intro to Survey, Research and Data Analysis in Sociology T SOC 232 W50 WEB 2 Methods of Social Research T SOC 309 W50 WEB 2 Theories of Social Change T STAT 244 C50 Thursday 16:00 18:50 North Battleford LEC 40 Elementary Statistical Concepts T WGST 112 W50 WEB 2 Introduction to Women s and Gender Studies T WGST 201 W50 WEB 2 Images of Men and Women in Popular Culture T2 WGST 210 W50 WEB 2 Gendered Perspectives on Cultural Issues Off-Campus Classes North West Regional College ccde.usask.ca/distanceeducation 15

18 Off-Campus Classes Northlands College Box 509, La Ronge SK S0J 1L0 Telephone: or toll free trainnorth.ca Northlands College is the regional college of Northern Saskatchewan and is an official off-campus site for the College of Arts and Science and College of Nursing. Northern residents have access to numerous university classes at four Northlands College university sites. Students can take pre-professional studies in the College of Arts and Science to gain the prerequisites needed to apply into a variety of professional colleges including Law, Business Administration, and Social Work. Northlands College university students can also choose to complete a full Bachelor of Arts in Northern Studies or Bachelor of Science in Nursing without ever leaving northern Saskatchewan. As well, Northlands College provides career and program counselling, student academic support and class facilitation at its program centres. For more information call or visit trainnorth.ca. NOTE: Students registering in the online classes listed below will have access to computer facilities in Buffalo Narrows, Creighton, Ile-a-la-Crosse, and La Ronge. La Ronge Creighton Buffalo Narrows Île-à-la-Crosse All classes are subject to change. Check the online Class Search for most up-to-date listings. Off-Campus Classes Northlands College Delivery Term CRN Class No. Section Class Day Class Time Site Method Limit Course Name T1T2 ENG 110 V41 TBA TBA La Ronge TEL 25 Literature and Composition: Reading Drama T1T2 ENG 110 V43 TBA TBA Creighton TEL 15 Literature and Composition: Reading Drama T1T2 ENG 110 V45 TBA TBA Rabbit Lake Mine TEL 15 Literature and Composition: Reading Drama T1T2 ENG 110 V47 TBA TBA Buffalo Narrows TEL 10 Literature and Composition: Reading Drama T ENG 113 C41 TBA TBA LEC 70 Literature and Composition: Reading Drama T1 ENG 113 V41 TBA TBA La Ronge TEL 25 Literature and Composition: Reading Drama T1 ENG 113 V43 TBA TBA Creighton TEL 15 Literature and Composition: Reading Drama T1 ENG 113 V45 TBA TBA Rabbit Lake Mine TEL 10 Literature and Composition: Reading Drama T1 ENG 113 V47 TBA TBA Buffalo Narrows TEL 15 Literature and Composition: Reading Drama T GEOG 280 W41 WEB 10 Environmental Geography T1 HIST 259 C41 TBA TBA LEC 70 Canadian Women from Pre Contact Period to 1918 T1 INDG 107 V47 Monday 19:00 21:50 La Ronge TEL 10 Intro to Canadian Native Studies T1 INDG 107 V43 Monday 19:00 21:50 Creighton TEL 5 Intro to Canadian Native Studies T1 INDG 107 V49 Monday 19:00 21:50 Rabbit Lake Mine TEL 5 Intro to Canadian Native Studies T1 INDG 107 V41 Monday 19:00 21:50 Buffalo Narrows TEL 5 Intro to Canadian Native Studies T INTS 100 C41 TBA TBA LEC 70 Strategies for Academic Success T POLS 111 V44 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 La Ronge TEL 25 Democracy in North America T POLS 111 V43 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Creighton TEL 10 Democracy in North America T POLS 111 V45 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Île-à-la-Crosse TEL 10 Democracy in North America T POLS 111 V49 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Rabbit Lake Mine TEL 10 Democracy in North America T POLS 111 V41 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Buffalo Narrows TEL 10 Democracy in North America T SOC 111 C41 TBA TBA LEC 70 Foundations in Sociology Society Structure Process T SOC 111 V47 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 La Ronge TEL 25 Foundations in Sociology Society Structure Process T SOC 111 V43 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Creighton TEL 15 Foundations in Sociology Society Structure Process T SOC 111 V49 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Rabbit Lake Mine TEL 15 Foundations in Sociology Society Structure Process T SOC 111 V41 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Buffalo Narrows TEL 10 Foundations in Sociology Society Structure Process T1 WGST 201 W41 WEB 10 Images of Men and Women in Popular Culture T WGST 210 W41 WEB 10 Gendered Perspectives on Cultural Issues T BIOL 120 C40 TBA TBA LEC 70 The Nature of Life T BIOL 120 C42 TBA TBA La Ronge LAB T BIOL 120 C43 TBA TBA Creighton LAB T BIOL 120 C44 TBA TBA Île-à-la-Crosse LAB T ENG 114 V40 TBA TBA La Ronge TEL 25 Literature and Composition: Reading Culture T2 ENG 114 V42 TBA TBA Creighton TEL 15 Literature and Composition: Reading Culture T2 ENG 114 V44 TBA TBA Rabbit Lake Mine TEL 10 Literature and Composition: Reading Culture T2 ENG 114 V46 TBA TBA Buffalo Narrows TEL 15 Literature and Composition: Reading Culture T2 GEOG 381 W40 WEB 10 Development in the Canadian North Issues and Challenges T2 INDG 107 V46 Monday 19:00 21:50 La Ronge TEL 25 Intro to Canadian Native Studies T2 INDG 107 V49 Monday 19:00 21:50 Rabbit Lake Mine TEL 5 Intro to Canadian Native Studies 16 ccde.usask.ca/distanceeducation

19 Off-Campus Classes Delivery Term CRN Class No. Section Class Day Class Time Site Method Limit Course Name T NRTH 101 C40 TBA TBA LEC 70 Introduction to the Circumpolar World T POLS 112 V43 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 La Ronge TEL 15 Political Ideas and Change in Global Era T POLS 112 V42 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Creighton TEL 25 Political Ideas and Change in Global Era T POLS 112 V45 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Île-à-la-Crosse TEL 15 Political Ideas and Change in Global Era T POLS 112 V49 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Rabbit Lake Mine TEL 15 Political Ideas and Change in Global Era T POLS 112 V40 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Buffalo Narrows TEL 10 Political Ideas and Change in Global Era T SOC 112 C40 TBA TBA LEC 70 Foundations in Sociology Social Construction of Everyday Life T SOC 112 V46 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 La Ronge TEL 25 Foundations in Sociology Social Construction of Everyday Life T SOC 112 V42 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Creighton TEL 15 Foundations in Sociology Social Construction of Everyday Life T SOC 112 V49 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Rabbit Lake Mine TEL 10 Foundations in Sociology Social Construction of Everyday Life T SOC 112 V40 Tuesday 19:00 21:50 Buffalo Narrows TEL 15 Foundations in Sociology Social Construction of Everyday Life T WGST 201 WEB 10 Images of Men and Women in Popular Culture T2 WGST 210 WEB 10 Gendered Perspectives on Cultural Issues Northlands College Off-Campus Classes Northlands College ccde.usask.ca/distanceeducation 17

20 Off-Campus Classes Parkland College 200 Prystai Way, Yorkton SK S3N 4G4 Telephone: Parkland College provides a comprehensive full-time, face to face instruction, first and second year Arts and Science program, targeted Bachelor and Master s level programs, a three year degree in Sociology, the first year in almost every program (except Engineering), and is a site for the Bachelor of Nursing degree. We use cutting edge technology to provide the best learner centred experience to our students. Parkland has the largest off-campus University program, offered through a regional college in Saskatchewan. Learn where you live with Parkland College you don t have to leave home to get a post-secondary education. Parkland College offers smaller classes for more personalized instruction. All of your instructors will know you by your first name. It is its own learning community. One-on-one academic advising for every student and friendly, knowledgeable and helpful staff round out the experience. NOTE: Students registering in the online classes listed below will have access to computer facilities in Yorkton. Yorkton All classes are subject to change. Check the online Class Search for most up-to-date listings. Off-Campus Classes Parkland College Delivery Term CRN Class No. Section Class Day Class Time Site Method Limit Course Name T AGRC 112 W61 Yorkton WEB 10 Agricultural Science 1 T BIOL 120 C61 Monday 12:00 15:00 Yorkton LEC 40 The Nature of Life T BIOL 120 Lab Monday 19:00 22:00 Yorkton LEC 24 The Nature of Life T CMPT 100 W61 Yorkton WEB 5 Computer science T1/T ENG 110 V69 TBA TBA Yorkton TEL 5 Literature and Composition T1/T2 ENG 110 W61 Yorkton WEB 10 Literature and Composition T ENG 114 C61 Monday 19:00 21:50 Yorkton LEC 35 Reading Culture T ENG 114 C62 Monday/Wednesday 17:00 18:20 Yorkton LEC 35 Reading Culture T1 ENG 114 V61 TBA TBA Yorkton TEL 5 Reading Culture T ENG 277 W61 Yorkton WEB 5 Literary Uses of Mythology T ENG 358 W61 Yorkton WEB 5 Canadian Drama T1 MCIM 223 C61 Friday 09:00 11:50 Yorkton LEC 18 Microbiology for Nursing T POLS 111 V65 Wednesday 19:00 22:00 Yorkton TEL 5 Democracy in North America T PSY 120 C61 Thursday 19:00 22:00 Yorkton LEC 55 Biological and Cognitive Bases of Psychology T1 PSY 222 W61 Yorkton WEB 5 Personality T SOC 111 C61 Monday 15:00 18:00 Yorkton LEC 55 Foundations in Sociology Society Structure Process T SOC 111 V65 Tuesday 19:00 22:00 Yorkton TEL 5 Foundations in Sociology Society Structure Process T1 SOC 212 W61 Yorkton WEB 7 sociology of Crime and Delinquency T1/T SOC 227 W61 Yorkton WEB 7 Critical Issues in Canadian Society T SOC 233 W61 Yorkton WEB 7 Intro to Sociological Theory T1 SOC 310 W61 Yorkton WEB 8 White collar and Corporate Crime in the Global Context T1 WGST 112 C61 Monday 19:00 22:00 Yorkton LEC 56 Intro to Women s and Gender Studies T AGRC 111 W60 Yorkton WEB 10 Agricultural Science T2 ASTR 104 W61 Yorkton WEB 10 Astronomy of Planets T BIOL 121 C60 Tuesday 13:00 16:00 Yorkton LEC 40 The Diversity of Life T2 BIOL 121 Lab Tuesday 19:00 22:00 Yorkton LEC 40 The Diversity of Life T CMPT 101 W60 Yorkton WEB 5 Computer science T ENG 113 C60 Wednesday 19:00 21:50 Yorkton LEC 35 Reading Narrative T2 ENG 113 V60 TBA TBA Yorkton TEL 5 Reading Narrative T2 ENG 226 W60 Yorkton WEB 5 Fantasy and Speculative Fiction T2 ENG 242 W60 Yorkton WEB 10 Indigenous Storytelling of the Prairies T ENG 359 W60 Yorkton WEB 5 Western Canadian Literature T NUTR 120 C60 Monday 19:00 22:00 Yorkton LEC 35 Basic Nutrition T2 POLS 112 V65 Wednesday 19:00 22:00 Yorkton TEL 5 Political Ideas and Change in Global Era T PSY 121 C60 Thursday 13:30 16:30 Yorkton LEC 55 Social, Clinical Cultural and Developmental Bases of Psychology T2 PSY 222 W60 Yorkton WEB 5 Personality T SOC 112 C60 Monday 15:00 18:00 Yorkton LEC 55 Foundations in Sociology Construction of Everyday Life T2 SOC 112 C58 Tuesday 19:00 22:00 Yorkton TEL 5 Foundations in Sociology Construction of Everyday Life T SOC 232 W60 Yorkton WEB 7 Methods of Social Research T SOC 309 W60 Yorkton WEB 7 Theories of Social Change 18 ccde.usask.ca/distanceeducation

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