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18. CENTRE FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION

18.2 CREDIT STUDIES DIVISION

18.2.7 ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

18.2.7.4 Certificate of Extended Studies in Inclusive Education

This certificate program consists of ten 3.0 credit hour courses and is intended for teachers who want to increase their knowledge and enhance their professional background in inclusive education, a flexible and dynamic approach to supporting students with special education needs in schools and communities.

For reclassification information related to the successful completion of the program in Saskatchewan, visit www.sasked.gov.sk.ca.

Credit hours Certificate of Extended Studies in Inclusive Education, Required Courses Student's record of courses completed
3.0 EPSY 323  
3.0 EPSY 324  
3.0 EPSY 326  
3.0 EPSY 328  
3.0 EPSY 329  
3.0 EPSY 330  
3.0 EPSY 333  
3.0 EMTH 335  
3.0 ERDG 425  
3.0 One of the following: ECCU 200, ECCU 300, EFDN 306, EHE 385, EISE 332, ELNG 326, EIPC 390AA, EPSY 322 or 400, KHS 190, HJ 201, JS 100, KIN 120, SW 479, Special Education or Psychology 620, Special Education or Psychology 659 (Augustana College) or approved elective  
30.0 Total  


The prerequisite to all courses in the EPSY series is EPSY 322, Students with Special Needs or EPSY 400, Working with Difference and Diversity. For those students who do not have EPSY 322, EPSY 400 or an equivalency, the course may be taken within the Certificate of Extended Studies in Inclusive Education as one of the approved elective courses.

Students must meet the following criteria to obtain a Certificate of Extended Studies in Inclusive Education (CESIE):

  1. The student must hold a BEd or its equivalent to be admitted to the program.
  2. The student must complete 30 additional credit hours for the CESIE beyond their degree(s).
  3. Transfer Credits from Other Institutions: Students accepted into a CCE program will be permitted to transfer only those courses that meet program requirements.  Students can receive transfer credit for up to 50% of their program.
  4. Students with a minor in Special Education as part of the BEd are eligible to enroll in the Certificate in Inclusive Education, provided that courses that have been used for the BEd are not used as part of the Certificate of Extended Studies in Inclusive Education. Decisions involving course work to be considered for substitution will be made by CCE, based on the approved list of courses from the Faculty of Education. Education will assist CCE to determine if the courses were used for the degree.
  5. Outdated Courses:  Please refer to 11.7.5.

18.2.7.5 Certificate in Local Government Authority

The Career and Professional Development Division, in cooperation with provincial government agencies and municipal organizations, offers a program of distance education studies leading to the Certificate in Local Government Authority. The program is designed to give students the knowledge and skills they need to assume positions in various fields of local government administration. The Urban and Rural Boards of Examiners have made completion of this program the educational requirement of certification for the offices of the administrator of a rural or an urban municipality. The program is delivered predominantly online. Students who wish to pursue further studies may apply the LG courses (12 credit hours) to the Advanced Certificate in Local Government Authority.

Credit hours Certificate in Local Government Authority, Required Courses Student's record of courses completed
3.0 LG 200
3.0 LG 202  
3.0 LG 204  
3.0 LG 206  
12.0 Total  


18.2.7.6 Advanced Certificate in Local Government Authority (ACLGA)

This certificate (30 credit hours) is designed for students who want to deepen their knowledge of subjects that relate to local government issues and administration. Students may apply courses taken in the ACLGA toward a Bachelor of Arts degree. Students who wish to pursue further degree studies should consult with their CCE advisor early in their program.

Credit hours Advanced Certificate in Local Government Authority, Core Courses Student's record of courses completed
3.0* LG 200
3.0* LG 202  
3.0* LG 204  
3.0* LG 206  
3.0 Two of*: PSCI 100, ECON 100, ECON 201, GEOG 100  
3.0  
* Remaining courses may be taken as electives if not taken as core courses.
  Elective Courses  
12 additional credit hours chosen from the list below, of which 2 courses must be at the 200-level or above
3.0

PSCI 100, ECON 100, GEOG 100, GEOG 220, GEOG 324, GEOG 334, ECON 201, ECON 212, ECON 232, ECON 233, ECON 237, ECON 354, PSCI 230, PSCI 336, PSCI 331, PSCI 360, PSCI 361, INDG 100, HIST 100, ENGL 100, WMST, PSYC 101, ANTH 100, SOC 100, CA 21 and 22, PR 100, PR 200, PR 201

 
3.0  
3.0  
3.0  
30.0 Total
Students may substitute up to 6 credit hours of relevant courses, which may include topics in areas of public or business administration, community development, prairie studies, climate change, etc. These must be approved by the Head, Career and Professional Development Division, CCE, in consultation with the LGA Advisory Committee.


18.2.7.7 Certificate in Public Relations

This certificate will provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to be effective in the public relations/communications field. Students gain practical learning experiences and have the opportunity to meet and learn from other public relations professionals.

Credit hours Certificate in Public Relations, Required Courses Student's record of courses completed
3.0 PR 100  
3.0 PR 101  
3.0 PR 200  
3.0 PR 201  
3.0 One of: PR 202, PR 203, PR 204, PR 205, PR 290AA-ZZ  
15.0 Total  


18.2.7.8 Liberal Arts Certificate and Liberal Arts Diploma

The Faculty of Arts and the Centre for Continuing Education are pleased to partner on the Liberal Arts Certificate (30 credit hours) and Liberal Arts Diploma (60 credit hours). These programs will meet the needs of students who wish to pursue liberal arts study but who may not initially want to pursue a full degree program. Students will have the opportunity to ladder from the certificate to the diploma and to a degree.

The flexibility of these programs will appeal to students who:

  • live outside Regina and want to complete a stand-alone program through distance education, evenings and/or weekends and Summer University;
  • juggle work, family and academic responsibilities; and
  • need to stop in and out of their university studies.

Credit hours Liberal Arts Certificate, Required Courses Student's record of courses completed
3.0 ENGL 100  
3.0 Any course in ASTR, BIOL, CHEM, GEOL or PHYS that has a laboratory component, or GEOG 121  
3.0 One of ENGL 110; PHIL 100; SOST 110  
3.0 Any course in ANTH or RLST (except RLST 181, 184, 186, 188, 281, 284, 288), GEOG 100, 120  
3.0 Any course in ECON, GEOG (except GEOG 100, 120, 121, 309, 321, 323, 325, 327, 329, 333, 411, 421, 423, 429, or 431), IS, JS, PSCI, PSYC, SOC, SOST or WGST  
3.0 Any course in INA, INAH, INCA, INDG, INHS or any one of ENGL 310AA-ZZ; GEOG 344; HIST 310; JS 350, 351; PSCI 338 or SOC 214 or other courses approved by the Faculty of Arts as having substantial Indigenous content, including special studies courses.  
12.0 Four elective courses  
30.0 Total: 60% PGPA required  


Credit hours Liberal Arts Diploma, Required Courses Student's record of courses completed
3.0 ENGL 100  
3.0 Any course in MATH, STAT, CS (except CS 100), PHIL 150, 352, 450, 452, 460, GEOG 205 or SOST 201, ECON 224  
3.0 Any course in ART, ARTH, FA, FILM, MU or THEA  
3.0 Any course in ASTR, BIOL, CHEM, GEOL or PHYS that has a laboratory component, or GEOG 121  
3.0 One of: ENGL 110; PHIL 100; SOST 110  
3.0 Two language courses (or one six-credit class) in any language other than English  
3.0  
3.0 Any course in ANTH or RLST (except RLST 181, 184, 186, 188, 281, 284, 288), GEOG 100, 120  
3.0 Any course in HIST or CLAS 100 or IDS 100  
3.0 Any course in ECON, GEOG (except GEOG 100, 120, 121, 309, 321, 323, 325, 327, 329, 333, 411, 421, 423, 429, or 431), IS, JS, PSCI, PSYC, SOC, SOST or WGST  
3.0 Any course in INA, INAH, INCA, INDG, INHS or any one of ENGL 310AA-ZZ; HIST 310; JS 350, 351; PSCI 338 or SOC 214 or other courses approved by the Faculty of Arts as having substantial Indigenous content, including special studies courses.  
18.0 – 24.0 Any minor concentration offered by the Faculty of Arts §9.9  
3.0-9.0 One to three elective courses  
60.0 Total: 60% PGPA required