Courses

Academic Reading and Writing 30L (Dual Credit with University of Saskatchewan)

This course will teach non-native English speaking students the skills of critical

Accounting 10

Students are introduced to the basic definitions and concepts of accounting, as well as

Accounting 20

This course focuses on analyzing, interpreting and reasoning skills to make accounting

Accounting 30

This course introduces students to the field of management accounting.

Ag Production - Cow / Calf 10

Cow / Calf 10 focuses on cattle care and production.

Students may choose to take

Ag Production - Cow / Calf 20

Cow/Calf Production 20 focuses on Calving and Herd Health.

Students may choose to

Ag Production - Cow / Calf 30

Cow / Calf 30 focuses on beef support systems.

Students may choose to take either

Ag Production - Equine Studies 10

Students will learn the basics of operation and care of horses, enhance their knowledge

Ag Production - Equine Studies 20

Equine Studies 20 focuses on the processes and practices involved in dealing with

Ag Production - Equine Studies 30

Students will focus on the the skills and abilities needed to discuss basic equine

Ag Production - Field Crop 10

This course focuses on field crop operation and care.

Ag Production - Field Crop 20

Field Crop Production 20 focuses on what is needed to grow, harvest and market crops.

Ag Production - Field Crop 30

Field Crop Production 30 focuses on field crop production and care.

Agricultural Equipment Technician 20

In AET20, students learn about safety, tools and machinery, and what it’s like to be part

Agricultural Equipment Technician 30

In AET30, you’ll learn about drive trains, hydraulic and pneumatic power, and what it’s

Agriculture & Sustainable Food Systems 20

Students explore sustainability in local to global food systems, focusing on food origins

Anatomy 30L (Dual Credit with Sask Polytechnic)

Students will receive a basic introduction to body systems and study the structure of

Animation 20

Animation 20 showcases why and how animators play such an important role in the animation,

Animation 30L

Students will develop their own short animated film and work through the real world

Astronomy 20L

In Astronomy 20 students will take a journey through the universe to explore everything

Astronomy 30L (Dual Credit with the University of Saskatchewan)

Students will explore physical properties and orbital behavior of planets, moons,

Autobody 10 (theory with work placement)

Students are introduced to the basic skills needed in the autobody industry. Autobody 10

Autobody 10 (theory-only, no work placement)

Students are introduced to the basic skills needed in the autobody industry.

Autobody A20 (theory with work placement)

Students will study repair techniques including glass, rust damage, and contoured surfaces

Autobody B20 (theory with work placement)

Building on the knowledge gained in Autobody A20, students will be exposed to refinishing

Baseball Skills 10L

Baseball Skills 10L will introduce students to the basic concepts of baseball. Students

Baseball Skills 20L

Baseball Skills 20L is designed to introduce students to intermediate baseball concepts.

Baseball Skills 30L

Baseball Skills 30L is designed to engage students in advanced baseball concepts. Students

Biology 30

Through the study of living things, students will learn about the theory of evolution, the

Calculus 30

Students will bring together knowledge from previous math courses and expand upon it in

Calculus 30 (Dual Credit with Athabasca University)

Calculus 30 (Dual Credit with Athabasca University) is an introductory calculus course

Chemistry 30

Chemistry 30 will expand on the study of chemical properties and bonds and ask students to

Chemistry 30 (Dual Credit with Athabasca University)

Chemistry 30 (Dual Credit with Athabasca University) provides an introduction to chemistry

Child Guidance 1 30L (Dual Credit with Sask. Polytechnic)

Students will examine the strategies of developmentally appropriate child guidance and

Communications Media 10

Students will learn how stories are told in audio and video media through hands-on

Communications Media 20

Students will develop their skills and abilities in audio, video and interactive media

Computer Networking 30L

Computer Networking 30L is designed to help students develop the technical skills required

Computer Science 20

Students will explore the history of computers, consider the impact of computers on

Computer Science 30

Computer Science 30 will challenge students to extend their current understanding of

Computer Security 30L

Computer Security 30L is designed to help students develop the technical skills required

Construction & Carpentry 10 (theory only, no work placement)

Students will focus on the basics of construction and be introduced to wood production,

Construction & Carpentry 20 (theory with work placement)

Construction and Carpentry 20 reviews the safe use of tools and basic theory on building

Creative Writing 20

Students delve into four unique genres of creative prose, fiction, non-fiction, poetry,

Creative Writing 30L

The four genres of creative writing featured in this course are poetry, short fiction,

Digital Media and Web Design 20

Students will learn about the history of media and how the role of media has evolved over

Drafting & CAD 10

Students will learn basic terminology and concepts around computer

Drafting & CAD 20

Building on the basic skills developed in Drafting CAD 10, students will focus on

Drafting & CAD 30

​Drafting CAD 30 is an advanced drafting course where students will become familiar with

Drafting and Computer Aided Design 20 (Dual Credit with Sask Polytechnic)

Students will develop fundamental computer aided drafting (CAD) skills using

Drafting and Computer Aided Design 30 (Dual Credit with Sask Polytechnic)

Students will build on their computer aided drafting (CAD) skills by developing drawing

Driver Education

Driver Education is offered through local Saskatchewan schools. You will receive 30 hours

Earth Science 30

Students will examine our planet’s geological origins and the geological timescale as a

Electrical & Electronics 10 (theory only)

Students will learn the basics of electronics including wiring circuits, understanding

Electrical 20 (theory with work placement)

Electrical 20, builds upon the theory of Electrical and Electronics 10. Students will gain

Elementary (grades 1-6)

We all learn differently. Sask DLC is committed to helping you learn in a variety of ways

English Language Arts 20 (ELA 20)

ELA 20 introduces the journey through life and what we learn about ourselves, others, the

English Language Arts A10 (ELA A10 and ELA 10)

Students explore insights into human nature, value and belief systems, the social

English Language Arts A11 (ELA A11 and ELA 11)

English Language Arts A11 (also called ELA 11) explores themes that encourage students to

English Language Arts A30 (ELA A30)

Students explore the influences that create Canadian culture and identity through Canada's

English Language Arts B10 (ELA B10)

ELA 10B explores identity, the diversity of being, social responsibility and social

English Language Arts B11 (ELA B11)

To help students become lifelong learners, develop a sense of self and connection to

English Language Arts B30 (Dual Credit with Athabasca University)

Students will examine a variety of texts including American, British, and Canadian short

English Language Arts B30 (ELA B30)

Students explore thoughts, beliefs and assumptions as they examine the search for self and

English Languages Arts B30 (Dual Credit with University of Regina)

English Languages Arts B30 (dual credit) develops students' proficiency in critical

Entrepreneurship 20

Students analyze characteristics and skills common to entrepreneurs and reflect upon

Entrepreneurship 20 (Dual Credit with Sask Polytechnic)

You will be introduced to fundamentals of business. You will study structures, activities

Entrepreneurship 30

Entrepreneurship 30 is designed to help students appreciate and better understand the role

Entrepreneurship 30 (Dual Credit with University of Regina)

This course provides an orientation to business and management concepts, and introduces

Environmental Science 20

Students will examine the role of environmental policies from a local and global

Études alimentaires 10

Études alimentaires 10 helps students develop food skills that will be useful in daily

Études alimentaires 20

In Études alimentaires 20 students will cultivate a general interest in food, be more

Études alimentaires 30

In Études alimentaires 30, students will cultivate a general interest in food and gain

Exercise Science 30L

This course focuses on the study of human movement and the systems, factors, and

Financial Literacy 10

The curriculum for Financial Literacy 10 is currently being developed by the Ministry of

Financial Literacy 20

The purpose of Financial Literacy 20 is to develop informed consumers with the habits,

Financial Literacy 30

In Financial Literacy 30 students will create an informed personal budget by understanding

Fondements du programme educatif en petite enfance 1 30L (Dual Credit with College Mathieu)

Since this course is offered directly from College Mathieu and not Sask DLC, there is a

Food Studies 30

Students will develop consumer knowledge and personal skills with the goal of cooking

Football Skills 10L

Football Skills 10L introduces students to the basic concepts of football. Students will

Forensic Science 20L

The Forensic Science 20 course introduces the world of forensic science and how crime

Français immersion 10

Français immersion 10 encourages student interest in both the written and spoken language

Français immersion 20

Français immersion 20 builds upon Français immersion 10, encouraging student interest in

Français immersion 30

Français immersion 30 builds upon Français immersion 20, encouraging student interest in

Français intégré A20

Students will explore Le cinéma et la culture française and La société et le changement.

Français intégré B20

In Français intégré B20, students will explore La sensibilisation médiatique and

French (Core) 10

French (Core) 10 is a basic introduction to the French vocabulary, syntax and grammatical

French (Core) 20

French (Core) 20 is a continuation of the French (Core) 10 program. Students will progress

French (Core) 30

French (Core) 30 builds on the French (Core) 20 program as students strive for mastery of

Graphic Arts 20

Students will learn the basics of graphic design skills through practical, hands-on

Hairstyling & Esthetics 10

Hairstyling & Esthetics 10 explores hairstyling, skin care, and nail care techniques from

Hairstyling & Esthetics 20

Hairstyling & Esthetics 20 presents advanced hairstyling, skin care, and nail care

Health Science 20

Health Science 20 will challenge students to look at the health science field from

Health Science 20 Project (Dual Credit with Sask Polytechnic)

The medical terminology skills developed through this course will be useful to students

Health, Safety and Nutrition 30L (Dual Credit with Sask Polytechnic)

Health, Safety and Nutrition 30L focuses on diverse cultural practices that promote the

Histoire 10

Histoire 10 provides students with the opportunity to discover their universe and to

Histoire 20

Histoire 20 provides students with the opportunity to discover their universe and to

History 10

History 10 explores how our modern, industrialized, democratic societies came to be.

History 20

Students will examine major events of the late 19th and 20th centuries and seek to

History 30

In this course, students will explore the origins of the First Nations, New France, the

Hockey Skills 10L

Hockey Skills 10L provides students, who wish to pursue a variety of levels in hockey, the

Hockey Skills 20L

Hockey Skills 20L provides students, who wish to pursue a variety of levels in hockey, the

Hockey Skills 30L

Hockey skills 30L provides students, who wish to pursue a variety of levels in hockey, the

Human Growth and Development 30L (Dual Credit with Sask Polytechnic)

Students will learn the physical, social, intellectual and emotional aspects of human

Indigenous Studies 10 (formerly Native Studies 10)

The aim of Indigenous Studies 10 is to help students develop their knowledge, positive

Indigenous Studies 20 (formerly Native Studies 20)

Indigenous Studies 20 explores contemporary issues of concern to Indigenous peoples around

Indigenous Studies 30 (formerly Native Studies 30)

Students will dig deeply into Canada’s history, focusing on the story of our Indigenous

Industrial Communications 30L (Dual Credit with Sask Polytechnic)

Students will use fundamental employability skills related to obtaining and keeping a job

Information Processing 10

Students will learn the basic skills in keyboarding, computer applications, communications

Information Processing 10 (Dual Credit with Sask Polytechnic)

Students will be introduced to the basics of computer concepts and will study computer

Information Processing 20

Information Processing 20 will help students think critically as they communicate, project

Information Processing 20 (Dual Credit with Sask Polytechnic)

Students will learn the purpose and uses of electronic spreadsheets, basic word processing

Interior Design and Decorating 30

In Interior Design and Decorating 30, students will gain an appreciation of the design

Interpersonal Communication 30L (Dual Credit with Sask Polytechnic)

Students will develop employability skills through the study of interpersonal

Introduction to Business 30L (Dual Credit with Edwards School of Business U of S)

The focus of this course is on integrated organizational decision making. To achieve this,

Introduction to Sport Management 30L (Dual Credit with Sask Polytechnic)

You will discover the dynamic field of sport management. Specifically, you will explore

IT Fundamentals 10

IT Fundamentals 10 is designed for students who are interested in software development,

IT Support Technician 20L

IT Support Technician prepares you for the modern demands of entry-level IT

Kindergarten

Interested in learning from home? Kindergarten is a play-based course that provides

Law 30

Students will explore the Canadian legal system, from the early roots in British common

Law 30 (Dual Credit with Lakeland College)

Students will learn about the sources of law and the judicial system. Emphasis on the law

Law 30 (Dual Credit with Sask Polytechnic)

Students will examine the components of the criminal justice system and learn how the

Leadership 20L

Students will analyze and research the areas of meetings, volunteering, leaders throughout

Leadership 30L

Students will analyze new research in the areas of positive psychology, success, and

Leadership 30L – Excellence in Hockey

Through a collection of lessons and candid conversations with world-class NHL and Olympic

Life Transitions 30

Students will begin to consider and plan for the unavoidable but exciting changes that

Life Transitions 30 (Dual Credit with the University of Saskatchewan)

Students will attain a basic knowledge of cognition as it applies to learning. They will

Lifeguard 30L

In recognition of your certification with the Lifesaving Society, a Lifesaving 30L credit

Linguistics A30L (Dual Credit with University of Saskatchewan)

This course provides a survey of modern English grammar. It covers the analysis and

Linguistics B30L (Dual Credit with University of Saskatchewan)

An introduction to the findings, theories and methods of modern structural linguistics.

Marketing 30L (Dual Credit with Lakeland College)

This course is designed to develop knowledge and understanding of marketing techniques. It

Math 11

In this course, emphasis is placed on making informed decisions about finances, home

Math 21

Students extend their learning from Math11. Students will apply principles of probability,

Math Foundations & Pre-Calculus 10

Math Foundation and Pre-Calculus 10 is designed to provide students with the mathematical

Math Foundations 20

Math Foundations 20 builds upon your knowledge of number sense and improve your logical,

Math Foundations 30

Students will examine financial mathematics, counting methods, and functions. Each will

Math Workplace & Apprenticeship 10

Math Workplace & Apprenticeship 10 may be suitable for students who plan on entering a

Math Workplace & Apprenticeship 20

Math Workplace & Apprenticeship 20 may be suitable for students who plan to enter a trade,

Math Workplace & Apprenticeship 30

Math Workplace & Apprenticeship 30 focuses on the application of mathematical concepts and

Mechanical & Automotive 10 (theory only, no work placement)

Students will learn the basics of mechanics beginning with safety and small engines, as

Mechanical & Automotive 10 (theory with work placement)

Students will learn the basics of mechanics beginning with safety and small engines, as

Mechanical & Automotive A20

In Mechanical & Automotive A20 students will focus on wheel bearings, calipers, parking

Mechanical & Automotive A30

Mechanical & Automotive A30 is focuses on electrical, charging, starting, ignition, and

Mechanical & Automotive B20

Mechanical &Automotive B20 is focuses on batteries, lighting, panels and glass,

Mechanical & Automotive B30

Mechanical & Automotive B30 focuses on driveshafts, clutches, transmissions, transfer

Medical Terminology 30L (Dual Credit with Sask Polytechnic)

Students will focus on medical language and its use in practical situations and will be

Mental Wellness 30L

Mental Wellness 30L engages students in developing a deeper understanding of self,

Middle Years (Grade 7 - 9)

We all learn differently. Sask DLC is committed to helping you learn in a variety of ways

Native Studies 30: Canadian Studies (Dual Credit with Athabasca University)

This course introduces the historical, anthropological, sociological, and political

Nëhiyawëwin (Cree) 30 (Dual Credit with University of Regina)

Nëhiyawëwin (Cree) 30 (Dual Credit with University of Regina) is an introduction to Cree

Oil & Gas 20

Students will learn about energy exploration, production and environmental stewardship

Paleontology 20L

Students will learn about the fascinating creatures both large and small that roamed the

Parts Technician 30L

Students will learn about parts sourcing, pricing, tracking, and shipping as well as the

Personal Competence 30L (Dual Credit with Sask Polytechnic)

Students focus on the goals and philosophy of health care services in Saskatchewan and

Photography 10

Photography 10 is an introductory course that focuses on the basics of digital

Photography 20

Photography 20 is a beginner / intermediate course in digital photography. Students will

Physical Science 20

Students will investigate what happens to the energy gained or lost by heating and cooling

Physics 30

Physics 30 is a comprehensive introduction to foundational concepts in physics. Students

Power Engineering 4th Class Upgrade - Part A

Students that have completed their 5th Class Power Engineering certification can register

Power Engineering 4th Class Upgrade - Part B

In Power Engineering 4th Class Upgrade - Part B, students will learn about boiler safety

Power Engineering Class 4 A1 30L

The 4th Class Power Engineering Program, is recognized by TSASK and follows the SOPEEC

Power Engineering Class 4 A2 30L

The 4th Class Power Engineering Program, is recognized by TSASK and follows the SOPEEC

Power Engineering Class 4 B1 30L

The 4th Class Power Engineering Program, is recognized by TSASK and follows the SOPEEC

Power Engineering Class 4 B2 30L

The 4th Class Power Engineering Program, is recognized by TSASK and follows the SOPEEC

Power Engineering Class 5 20L

Students will learn about cover boilers, boiler fittings and controls, boiler operations

Power Engineering Class 5 30L

The course will cover plumbing and auxiliaries, lighting refrigeration, AC system

Pre-Calculus 20

Pre-Calculus 20 is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and

Pre-Calculus 30

Pre-Calculus 30 is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and

Precision Agriculture 30L

Students will learn the basics of precision agriculture and discover how variable rate

Profession: Intervenant petite enfance 1 30L (Dual Credit with College Mathieu)

Since this course is offered directly from College Mathieu and not Sask DLC, there is a

Psychologie 30 (Dual Credit with College Mathieu)

As this course is offered directly from College Mathieu and not Sask DLC, there is a

Psychology 20

Students will examine the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of every

Psychology 30

Students will study the lifespan of a human being through the stages of development,

Psychology 30 (Dual Credit with Sask Polytechnic)

Psychology 30 (Dual Credit with Sask Polytechnic) is equivalent to ECE 106 Dynamics of

Royal Conservatory of Music 10, 20 or 30

If you are a music student and are working towards your RCM Certificates, you may be

Sask Youth Apprenticeship

The Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship program is a high school program that is offered in

Science 10

Students will develop scientific literacy through a combination of the science-related

Science 11

Students will exame the structure of chemical compounds and their reactions, investigate

Sciences sociales 30

Sciences sociales 30 helps students understand the importance of issues facing Canadians

Special Project Credit 10, 20 or 30

Have you ever said, “I wish there was a course in …”? Do you have interests in areas you

Tourism 10

Tourism 10 introduces the five sectors with the tourism sector, highlighting their impact

Tourism 20

Building upon the foundational knowledge of Tourism 10, Tourism 20 explores Canadian

Tourisme 10

Tourisme 10 is an introduction to the five industries that make up the tourism sector.

Tourisme 20

Tourism 20 provides students with an overview of the planning, organization and conduct of

Visual Art 10

Students will investigate the content and aesthetics of the arts within cultural,

Visual Art 20

Students will experiment with a variety of visual art practices to explore ideas derived

Visual Art 30

Students will build upon their personal artistic style and voice by using familiar and

Volunteerism 30

The Volunteerism 30L credit recognizes and reflects student learning through community

Welding 10 (theory only, no workplacement)

Students will be introduced to the basic skills needed in the welding industry and will

Welding 20 (theory with work placement)

Students will build on their skills in this intermediate level course that will broaden

Wellness 10

Wellness 10 is a combination of health and physical education. The basics of the course is

Wildlife & Habitat Studies 10

Wildlife & Habitat Studies 10 explores the basics of wildlife and habitat management. It

Wildlife & Habitat Studies 20

Wildlife & Habitat Studies 20 introduces students to outdoor skills meant to enhance their

Young Worker Readiness Certificate Course

14 and 15 year old students are required to complete the Young Worker Readiness

Saskatchewan Distance Learning Centre provides Kindergarten to Grade 12 courses to Saskatchewan students who choose to study online. We empower students and families to choose the learning environment that works best for them, while supporting their graduation plan.

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