Transfer credits allow you to use previous educational experience gained toward a new credential at a different institution. That means, for example, that you can take some credits at Yukon University and then transfer those credits to a program at another university or college, allowing you to complete your program requirements more quickly.
Transferring credits across Canada
Provincial transfer agreements
Yukon University is an approved member of both the British Columbia Council on Admissions and Transfer (BCCAT) and the Alberta Council on Admissions and Transfer (ACAT). These transfer systems allow most credits at Yukon University to be transferred to any public university or college in BC or Alberta. For detailed information on where you can transfer YC credits, please see the BC Transfer Guide and the Alberta Transfer Guide.
Yukon University has block transfer agreements with other institutions, allowing you to transfer all of the credits from your program, as a block, to a program at another college or university. Check with your Yukon University Program Advisor for block transfer options.
Individual course transfer
Colleges and universities across Canada (and around the world) will generally give you credit for courses taken at Yukon University. The type of transfer credit you receive will be determined by the Registrar at the institution to which you’re applying. If you run into problems transferring any Yukon University course, contact the appropriate Yukon University school chair for advice and assistance.
Yukon University also has a dual admission agreement with Thompson Rivers University in the areas of Liberal Arts, Science and Business Administration. For complete information, please see the informational PDF and application form.