Bachelor of Arts – Lloydminster Campus

You may complete a number of core subject courses at Lakeland College before transferring to a degree granting university. How many credits you take with us, depends on your ultimate goal. Likely no more than 60 credits, or about 2 years of course work, are transferrable.

In the drop downs, there are specifics about three of the more common university transfer routes.

For course descriptions, check out the UT course master list.

Check out more information on the BA popular transfer routes page.
University of Alberta View More ∇
Core program requirements that may be completed at Lakeland College include:
  • 1st year English ENGL 112 English Literature in a Historical Perspective. This is a full year, 6 credit course.
  • 6 credits Classics or History
  • 6 credits Art History or Drama
  • 6 credits Science: Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Physics, Math/Stats
  • 6 credits Social Sciences: Economics/Political Science/PSYCO 105/Sociology
  • Additional electives
University of Saskatchewan View More ∇
Core program requirements that may be completed at Lakeland College include:
  • 1st year English ENGL 112 English Literature in a Historical Perspective. This is a full year, 6 credit course.
  • 6 credits Classics or History
  • 6 credits Science: Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Physics, Math/Stats
  • 6 credits Social Science: Economics/Political Science/Psychology/Sociology
  • Additional 6 credits from Fine Arts/Humanities/Social Science
Athabasca University View More ∇
A variety of majors are available through Athabasca U. Consult the AU calendar or website for a complete listing.

The number of courses available through Lakeland College depends upon the major, but most students could complete 60+ credits. The remaining courses (minimum 30 credits) would be completed through online learning directly through Athabasca University.

Core program requirements that may be completed at Lakeland College include:
  • 1st year English ENGL 112 English Literature in a Historical Perspective. This is a full year, 6 credit course.
  • Classics/History/Political Science
  • Senior-level English courses (in addition to ENGL 112)
  • 6 credits Science
  • PSYCO 104/105 plus senior-level psychology courses
  • SOC 100 plus senior-level sociology courses
  • Additional electives
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