Studying in Canada at this higher education institution is possible under a wide range of programs of different levels at several colleges and schools of the university.
Agriculture and bioresources
Students are taught and mentored by a dedicated team of world-class academic teachers at the College of agriculture and bioresources. Students attend classes at one of the most modern and large agricultural science training and research centers in the world.
Graduates of college programs get not only excellent industry-approved science training, but also acquire market-based professional skills.
The college offers degrees in the following areas:
- Agricultural biology;
- Agricultural economics;
- Applied plant ecology;
- Crop production;
- Environment science;
- Science of food and bioproducts;
- Science of gardening;
- Soil science;
- Agricultural business;
- Applied microbiology;
- Production of field crops;
- Rangeland resources;
Humanities and exact sciences
It is one of the largest and most diverse colleges on the university campus. Humanities and exact sciences faculty students receive unique learning opportunities. The class focuses on unique, modern and inter-subject programming, which allows students to gain a deeper understanding of the world.
The college of humanities and exact sciences offers more than 60 areas of study to choose from. From studies abroad and research field schools up to professional accreditations and successful careers, the college is a good place to study in Canada.
Humanities and exact sciences education provides students with the variety of skills and qualifications they need to succeed on the workplace. It develops skills in leadership, critical thinking, communication, problem solving, team building and project management. They help students in adapting to the changing dynamics of the workplace, and their extensive hands-on learning experience gives them an advantage at today's ever-competitive job market. From internships at IBM or literary journal editing up to political involvement within the Legislative program of practical training or summer research positions in chemistry or physics laboratory - college of humanities and exact sciences is committed to provide students with opportunities to enhance their learning experience within the studies.
College of Dentistry
The college provides training for future dentists at all levels:
- Dentist assistant;
- Bachelor in Dentistry;
- International program in the field of dentistry;
- PhD in Dental and General Health;
- Doctor of Dental Medicine.
The University of Saskatchewan College of Dentistry, founded in 1965, was the first institution in Saskatchewan province to offer a fully accredited dental program. The college is the only school at the university to offer direct patient care through a student dental clinic, which is attended by over 10,000 people annually.
College of Education
At the College of Education, innovation and collaboration in teaching and learning is a priority. The Bachelor's degree program is developed for prospective educators wishing to teach students and pupils from preK to 12. Students get the opportunity to work with a dedicated team of academic teachers and will be able to apply in practice their teaching skills in a variety of fields.
Graduates of Bachelor degree program leave not only with the skills needed to feel confident and ready to make an impact on their studies, but also with a foundation to inspire future generations.
The college provides also the opportunity to get master's and doctoral degrees.
Prospective graduate students wishing to be enrolled at the University of Saskatchewan College of Education must apply through the College of Graduate and Doctoral Studies.
Edwards Business School
Edwards Business School offers students an AACSB accredited education.
Graduate programs are developed to help students achieve their career goals, regardless of the previous education. Programs currently offered by the Edwards Business School include:
- Master of Professional Accounting;
- Master of Finance;
- Master of Marketing;
- PhD in Philosophy and Applied Economics;
Faculty of Engineering
The Faculty of Engineering is dedicated to raise up future leaders and engineers through teaching, research and services provision. The faculty has about 1,700 Bachelor degree students, 400 postgraduate students and the teaching staff consists of 250 teachers and staff.
The faculty has the following departments:
- Department of Biomedicine;
- Chemistry and biology;
- Civil, Geoengineering and Environmental Engineering;
- Electrical and Computer Engineering;
- Ron and Jane Graham School of Professional Development.
College of Environmental Sciences and Sustainable Development
At the School for Environment and Sustainable Development, the teachers value and strengthen relationships with partner organizations and communities. The college's commitment to problem-oriented and motivated scholarships creates an environment for students that stimulates discovery and helps them to apply sustainability principles by working directly with communities in a way that really matters.
Bachelor degree programs:
- Sustainable development.
Master degree programs:
- Sustainable Development Management;
- Environment and sustainable development;
- Protection of water resources.
Kinesiology at the University of Saskatchewan uses a comprehensive approach including many areas of research such as exercise physiology, general anatomy, biomechanics, motor learning and control, growth and development, psychology and ethics. One will also have the opportunity to bring theory into life via training and experiential learning within the course of studies.
College of Law
The University of Saskatchewan College of Law, founded in 1912, is the oldest law school in Western Canada and embodies a tradition of excellence in teaching, research and innovation.
With extensive experience in indigenous legal education, developing skills in dispute resolution and access to justice, and leading young scholars in constitutional law, health law, criminal law and commercial law, the college also offers a highly appreciated curriculum, joint education programs and opportunities for global exchange.
- Doctor of Law;
- Master of Law;
- Certificate of Common Law (French);
- Joint Program in Law and Business;
- Joint Program in Law and Humanities.
As a leader in medical education, Medical College is committed to improving health and well-being of the people of Saskatchewan and the world. Supporting this vision, teachers are committed to ensuring that the medical education program continues to meet national educational quality standards. This program is completely accredited by the Canadian Accreditation Committee for Medical Schools (CACMS) and the Liaison Committee for Medical Education (LCME), which are the accrediting bodies for all North American
The following departments and programs are represented in the College:
- Department of Anatomy, Psychology and Pharmacology;
- Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology;
- Public Health Research Program.
College of Nursing
The College of Nursing is a global leader in nursing education for interprofessional health care, research, practice, innovation, potential increase and policy development. As a faculty of nursing in Saskatchewan, the College of Nursing strengthens nursing, health care and health care system by creating and integrating knowledge gained from research, education, and practice.
The college provides the opportunity to get bachelor's, master's degree as well as continue their studies in master's degree.
Pharmacy and Dietetics
The College of Pharmacy and Nutrition offers a wide range of classroom studies in combination with clinical and experimental opportunities that ultimately seek to better prepare graduates for increasingly challenging and complicated professions. The introduction of the PharmD program, the first year of studies of which will end in the spring 2021, and a set of competencies in dietetics (which will be soon represented at the Department of Nutrition) are the benchmarks for the college development.
Bachelor's and Master's degrees are awarded in pharmacy and dietetics. There is also an opportunity to be enrolled at graduate school in the specialty "pharmacy".
School of Rehabilitation Sciences
The School of Rehabilitation Sciences promotes a healthy environment that promotes positive work experience, lifelong studies and professional activities for students, faculty and staff at the Faculty of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation.
Being part of the University of Saskatchewan, the college is located in the vibrant city of Saskatoon and has a national and international reputation for preparing high quality common physical therapists and rehabilitation researchers focused on improving function while ensuring optimal ability, mobility, activity and participation.
School of Public Health
The University of Saskatchewan School of Public Health was founded in 2007 as a multi-subject institution and center of excellence for public health education, research and community outreach.
It offers unique and innovative learning opportunities exclusively for graduate students with the aim of educating and preparing public health professionals of the future for the continuous development and challenges awaiting them in practice and work.
The College of Veterinary Medicine serves as the main center for veterinary education, research and clinical expertise for all territory of Western Canada. Funding comes from the western Canadian provinces.