Starting this fall, teachers from the University of Regina will be coming down to teach a few face-to-face classes.
In a partnership with the SIAST Palliser campus in Moose Jaw, professors from the U of R will come to SIAST in Moose Jaw to teach classes.
“Students from all over the province can take classes from the University of Regina by computer, but we also know that there are some people who prefer the in-class experience,” said Barb Pollock, the vice-president of external relations at the U of R. “So we’re offering three classes in both the fall and winter semesters in Moose Jaw.”
In the fall semester, English 100, Sociology 100 and Mathematics 101 will be offered face-to-face in Moose Jaw. In the winter semester, face-to-face classes include English 110, Sociology 112 and Indigenous Studies 100. Combined with the televised and online courses offered, one year of a degree program can be completed in Moose Jaw.
For more information, see Thursday's edition of the Times-Herald.