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Saskatchewan Polytechnic serves 28,000 distinct students through applied learning opportunities at campuses in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon, and through extensive distance education opportunities. Programs serve every economic and public service sector. As a polytechnic, the organization provides the depth of learning appropriate to employer and student need, including certificate, diploma and degree programs and apprenticeship training. Saskatchewan Polytechnic engages in applied research, drawing on faculty expertise to support innovation by employers and providing students the opportunity to develop critical thinking skills.
We maintain close ties with employers and industry to ensure that programs and curriculum match labour market needs. More than 700 employer and industry experts serve on our program advisory committees, which contributes to high employer satisfaction with Saskatchewan Polytechnic graduates.
Sask Polytech delivers more than 150 certificate, diploma, and degree programs within the following schools: Business; Construction; Health Sciences; Hospitality and Tourism; Human Services and Community Safety; Information and Communications Technology; Mining, Energy and Manufacturing; Natural Resources and Built Environment; Nursing; and Transportation.
Sask Polytech provides apprenticeship training in more than two dozen trades.
Women in Trades and Technology (WITT) work to bridge the employment gap between men and women in trades and technology careers. WITT works with instructors, employers, professionals and non-profits to build curriculum for camps, workshops and mentorship programs that teach women valuable skills, encourage women to think about different career options.
Sask Polytech offers a broad range of part-time credit and non-credit courses, on-campus and through distance education, developed to meet the needs of the community and individuals wanting to update their education, develop new job skills, enhance their career and/or begin a new career.
Sask Polytech offers basic skills development programs in academic upgrading, literacy, English language training, General Educational Development (GED) testing and preparation, LINC and employment readiness.
Sask Polytech offers many credit and non-credit courses through distance learning, including home study, and online.
About 75 per cent of our programs offer a work-integrated learning component. Work-integrated learning includes clinicals, practicums and work experience.
Applied research differentiates Saskatchewan Polytechnic and positions us as an industry-leading institution. Providing a direct link to the community, applied research builds strong partnerships between employers and facilitates the development of solutions to real-world, everyday problems.
Sask Polytech offers career and education counselling, prior learning assessment and recognition, and student employment services.
Sask Polytech provides additional support services through education equity program to designated equity groups including: people of Indigenous ancestry, people with disabilities, members of visible minority groups and women interested in trades or technology.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic Business Development collaborates with provincial, national and international employers and other external stakeholder organizations. Based on labour market demands and opportunities, we generate new entrepreneurial approaches to education and skills training. Business Development also coordinates advancement opportunities with external organizations and individuals as well as engages and promotes Saskatchewan Polytechnic alumni.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s International Projects group offers a range of training and consultancy services to many international clients and foreign educational institutions, addressing such areas as strategic planning, management and instructor training, policy development and distance education. Projects are funded by national and international agencies and through contracts with private sector partners.
Through program and course registrations, Saskatchewan Polytechnic serves 28,000 distinct students with programs that touch every sector of Saskatchewan’s economy.
With more than 500 international students and more than 18 per cent of the student body identifying as Indigenous, Sask Polytech is proud to be a culturally diverse institution.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic offers full-time programs, part-time courses and customized training in a wide range of professions, technologies and trades. Operating out of ten Saskatoon campus locations, we offer programs in the following schools:
We also provide an enriching range of student services, support distance learning and exciting career options.
Programs offered at Saskatchewan Polytechnic involve a variety of learning experiences. Students receive classroom instruction and spend a considerable amount of time in laboratories or shop instructional sessions and at work experience job placements.
Polytechnics are a unique learning experience. We offer small class sizes, applied research, work-integrated learning, technical training and employer connections. Our students graduate with degrees, diplomas, certificates and apprenticeship certification and are job ready. About 75 per cent of our programs offer a work-integrated learning component. Work-integrated learning includes clinicals, practicums and work experience.
On-campus programs offered at Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Moose Jaw
On-campus programs offered at Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Prince Albert
On-campus programs offered at Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Regina
On-campus programs offered at Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon