Arts and Science certificate programs
Take the next step in your education and stand out from the crowd!
The College of Arts and Science offers certificate options in a variety of subject areas that can be added to your degree program or taken on a stand-alone basis. College of Arts and Science certificates are accredited academic credentials, and the certificate programs are open to new students and to current students enrolled in any University of Saskatchewan college or school.
Whether you’re interested in biological research, computing, jazz, Indigenous storytelling or another fascinating topic, you will find something that’s right for you.
Enroll in one of our certificates today
- Advanced Studio Art
- Advanced French Language and Culture
- Applied Gender Justice
- Biological Research
- Catholic Studies
- Classical and Medieval Latin
- Creative Writing
- Criminology and Addictions
- Ethics, Justice and Law
- Formal Reasoning
- Foundations of Studio Art
- Foundations of Drama
- French-English Translation
- Geology Fundamentals
- Global Studies
- Hard Rock Geoscience
- Indigenous Governance and Politics
- Intermediate French Language and Culture
- Intermediate Studio Art
- Japanese Language and Culture
- Jewish and Christian Origins
- Labour Studies
- Mathematical Modelling
- Medical Language
- Music and Wellbeing
- Peace Studies
- Politics and Law
- Quantitative Geosciences
- Queer Theory, Gender Diversity, and Sexualities Studies
- Religious Literacy
- Sedimentary Geology
- Spanish Language and Culture
- Statistical Methods
- STEM Accelerator
- Study of Indigenous Storytelling
- Ukrainian Studies
- Urban Design
- Water Science
- wîcêhtowin Theatre
Why pursue an Arts and Science certificate?
Certificates offer a way for students to mix and match interests and demonstrate unique combinations of expertise. You can create your own educational journey, gaining the skills employers are looking for and attaining multiple credentials that will set you apart.
Arts and Science certificates can be completed before, during or after a degree, and the courses required can be used toward degree requirements, often as electives. If you plan well, you could graduate with a degree and a certificate without taking any extra classes in your three or four years in the College of Arts and Science!
Your pathway to a certificate starts here
If you have taken one of these classes, you're on your way to earning a certificate!
|BIOL 120.3 or BIOL 121.3
|Classical and Medieval Latin
|Criminology and Addictions
|INDG 107.3; SOC 111.3; SOC 112.3
|Ethics, Justice and Law
|PHIL 133.3 or PHIL 233.3
|Indigenous Governance and Politics
|MUS 175.3; MUS 184.3
|Jewish and Christian Origins
|CLAS 103.3; LATN 112.3
|Politics and Law
|POLS 111.3; POLS 112.3
|Study of Indigenous Storytelling
|INDG 107.3; any 100-level ENG course
|DRAM 110.3; DRAM 111.3; DRAM 118.3
Current USask students can register for certificate classes through PAWS.