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International Institution Academic Partnerships

Our academic partnerships with international post-secondary institutions (PSIs) allows us to accept certain courses in lieu of completing the courses or exams required for admission. Transcripts detailing accepted courses from the below PSIs will be accepted without an international document assessment.

Although we will accept these courses, they are not considered direct equivalents to Alberta Education courses. This information is for admission to SAIT credit programs only.

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Accounting is the process of collecting and recording financial data, in order to report meaningful financial information. It plays an important role in the successful operation and management of any business. To be successful, accountants need to be problem solvers, critical thinkers, communicators and organized individuals.

This course may be eligible to be used (both course codes required) in lieu of Alberta Education’s Accounting 30.

Biology is the study of living things. You’ll gain an understanding of the natural world and the role humans play within it. This course explores the structure and function of cells and organisms, how they respond to their environments, and how living things evolve.

This course may be eligible to be used (both course codes required) in lieu of Alberta Education’s Biology 30.

Chemistry involves understanding the structure and properties of matter. You’ll develop your knowledge of fundamental concepts such as atomic structure, bonding, states of matter, equilibrium and thermochemistry. Building on this knowledge, you’ll then investigate the development of new medicines, energy sources and materials for a sustainable future.

This course may be eligible to be used (both course codes required) in lieu of Alberta Education’s Chemistry 30.

Economics is the study of making choices about resources. We have limited resources, and they need to be allocated to satisfy people’s needs and wants. Economics is critical to understanding why individuals, businesses and societies behave the way they do. How and why economic decisions are made influence national and worldwide living standards. You’ll develop an understanding of both microeconomics and macroeconomics.

This course may be eligible to be used (both course codes required) in lieu of Alberta Education’s Economics 30.

English develops your language, research, organizational and study skills to prepare you for tertiary education in Australia. You will learn how to speak confidently, listen, understand and analyze ideas, and become a strong reader and writer of academic English.

This course may be eligible to be used (both course codes required) in lieu of Alberta Education’s English 30-1.

Fundamental Mathematics develops the mathematical skills relevant for future study and careers across a variety of sectors. There’s a focus on understanding the world through patterns and relationships, the development of financial skills, and data analysis.

This course may be eligible to be used (both course codes required) in lieu of Alberta Education’s Math 10C.

Global Studies helps you understand the economic, political and cultural links that connect people and countries around the world. You’ll explore events, issues and influences that have increased interactions between countries. You’ll also learn how different countries react toward globalization and the forces that influence it.

This course may be eligible to be used (both course codes required) in lieu of Alberta Education’s Social Studies 30-1.

In Information and Communication Technology, you’ll convert data into information using a range of software applications. Projects include game creation, filmmaking and multimedia presentations.

This course may be eligible to be used (both course codes required) in lieu of Alberta Education’s Information Technology 30.

In this subject, you’ll develop the critical, logical and communication skills to solve real-world problems using higher order mathematical concepts. Topics covered include functions, inverse functions and graphs, derivatives, integration, probability, and statistics.

This course may be eligible to be used (both course codes required) in lieu of Alberta Education’s Math 30-2.

This subject is the answer to ‘why’. You’ll gain lifelong transferable mathematical skills by applying higher order thinking and exploring sophisticated ideas for real-world scenarios. You’ll learn to explore, explain and link essential mathematical concepts by applying elegant mathematical techniques. Topics include trigonometry, complex numbers, matrices, vectors, conics, differentiation and integration techniques, differential equations, kinematics and vector calculus. To study Advanced Mathematics, you must also study Mathematics or have already passed Mathematics.

This course may be eligible to be used (both course codes required) in lieu of Alberta Education’s Math 30-1.

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