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Academics

Academic Partnerships

Take advantage of connections that work for you.

Briercrest is actively working with many other institutions to establish transfer agreements and pathways that will help students reach their educational goals. Explore our degree partnerships and transfer agreements below or contact an adviser  for more information.

Degree partnerships

Complete a Briercrest degree and get credentials from another institution. Flexible degree partnerships let students begin on our campus while also benefiting from the unique offerings of another institution.

We offer well-rounded degree partnerships with

Contact an adviser to learn more about our degree partnerships.

Transfer agreements

When you take your next step, take your Briercrest credits with you. Transfer agreements let students explore courses and programs from Briercrest, then transfer their credits elsewhere.

We have made flexible transfer agreements with

Students have also received transfer credit from

Contact an adviser  to learn more about our transfer agreements.

Briercrest is a primary member of the Saskatchewan Transfer Credit and Learner Pathway Council. The Council’s purpose is to make post-secondary education more accessible and flexible, and encourage academic success among students. It does this by promoting paths among Saskatchewan post-secondary institutions and those outside the province. The Council is a partnership of credit-granting post-secondary institutions and the government ministry responsible for post-secondary education.

Follow this link for more information from the Government of Saskatchewan

When you transfer from Briercrest College and Seminary to another school, you'll need to supply a copy of your official transcripts, which are available through the Academic Services office. Please make all requests in writing to ensure your personal privacy.

See our Transfer page for details

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