Saskatchewan Polytechnic

Saskatchewan Polytechnic offers hands-on programming aimed at providing graduates with marketable job skills. Approximately two-thirds of its programs incorporate a work-integrated learning component, through which students apply their skills at a Saskatchewan business. The school has four urban campuses—in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon—as well as a distance education program. Serving Saskatchewan’s economic and community needs, the school focuses its applied research efforts on urban development, the environment and natural resources, health education and information technology.

Programs are organized according to the “schools model.” Economic sector schools reflect parts of the provincial economy, such as construction and information technology, while public sector schools focus on services needed to support the economy, such as health sciences and human services.

There are student residences available at the Prince Albert campus, which has two-bedroom townhouses for families, and in Regina, where students can find furnished rooms and an all-you-can-eat meal plan.

The Hannin Creek Education and Applied Research Centre on Candle Lake is used for outdoor education and boreal forest research. The school also has an Indigenous student success strategy: students can meet with advisers and Elders, study in activity centres and take a summer transition program to get accustomed to student life.


• Degree $8,999-$9,980

• Diploma $5,584-$11,701

• Certificate $5,660-$15,766

• Post-Grad $9,544-$9,715

Popular Programs

• Bachelor of Science in Nursing

• Early Childhood Education Diploma

• Business Management Post-graduate Certificate

• Business Diploma

• Continuing Care Assistant Certificate

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• Health Information Management: This two-year diploma program prepares students with the skills and knowledge to be at the forefront of managing critical health information.

• Veterinary Technology: Lectures are delivered by live and asynchronous streaming, while clinics provide onsite mentorship for technical skills and clinical training. Students learn at their clinical site with their chosen mentor and travel to Saskatoon campus six times throughout the program for in-person training.

• Business—Sports Management: Through work-integrated learning opportunities, students gain the skills and experiences to generate revenue and manage sport organizations.