University of Regina Classes
Take your first year in Education, Health Studies, Pre-Social Work, Liberal Arts Certificate and much more at Southeast College!
Instructor led classes available in Assiniboia, Estevan, Weyburn, Moosomin, Whitewood and Indian Head.
Winter 2020 Courses: January 6, 2020 to April 9, 2020
- English 110 Tuesdays from 1 – 3:45
- Film 100 (Fine Arts requirement) Wednesdays from 1 – 3:45
- Math 101 Tuesday/Thursday from 10:30 – 11:45
- Sociology 211 Mondays from 1 – 3:45
- Psychology 101 Wednesdays from 4:00 – 6:45
Fall 2020 Courses: September to December 2020 (tentative class listing)
- English 100
- Indigenous Studies 100
- Sociology 100
- Biology 100 or 140 or Religious Studies 100
- Psychology 102
Winter 2021 Courses : January 2021 to April 2021 (tentative class listing)
- English 110
- Psychology 101
- History 113
- Film 100
- Social Work 100 or Women and Gender Studies 100
Complete your first year program with a variety of LIVE streamed, online and/or blended courses for your elective.
For our Bachelor of Education information, click Bachelor of Education
For our Bachelor of Health Studies information, click Bachelor of Health Studies
For our Bachelor of Pre-Social Work information, click Bachelor of Pre-Social Work
For our Liberal Arts Certificate information, click Liberal Arts Certificate
*Courses taken in the U of R Liberal Arts Certificate may also be used to participate in transfer programs or apply for advanced standing at a variety of universities. Potentially a Liberal Arts Certificate may be applied to programs in: Agriculture and Bio Resources; Engineering and Applied Sciences; Kinesiology; Law; Media, Art and Performance; Dentistry, Medicine and Nursing; Nutrition;Veterinary Medicine. Students interested in transfer or advanced credit standing at an alternative university are required to consult an advisor at the alternative university of their choice to obtain accurate information on admission or transfer requirements and processes.
Southeast College students save MONEY by taking their first year at home!
When considering accommodation, living and travel expenses, it is estimated that the average student will save approximately $10,000 by taking their first year of university studies at home.
Other benefits of learning where you live:
- Personalized instruction
- Smaller class sizes – lower instructor/student ratios
- Enhanced student supports – access to Southeast College Student Service Advisors
- Special awards, scholarships and bursaries available for university students attending classes at Southeast College
Interested in more information?
Call one of our Student Services Advisors for assistance:
Abbey Forseth – Assiniboia and Weyburn- 306-848-2302 firstname.lastname@example.org
Margaret Fuchs – Moosomin 306-435-4630 or 306-435-7275 email@example.com
Wendy Bristow – Whitewood – 306-735-5265 or 306-853-7205 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lorelei Lachambre – Estevan – 306-637-3852 email@example.com
Eileen Zarowny – Indian Head – 306-660-7525 firstname.lastname@example.org
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