Provincial Subject Equivalencies

The following charts show common subject levels for Alberta and the other Canadian provinces.

These are just for information as the data is subject to change without notice.

If you have any questions about equivalencies, please contact the registrar's office at 1 800 661 6490 ext. 8420.
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Math

Provincial High School -- Subject Level Equivalencies

Alberta British Columbia Saskatchewan Manitoba Ontario
curriculum 2003
 Math
Math 10-3
 Apprenticeship &  Workplace Math 10
 Workplace & Apprenticeship Math 10
 Essentials Math 20S
 -
Applied Math 10 or
Math 10C
Essentials
of Math 10 or Applications of Math 10
Math 10 (core)
Foundations of Math & Pre-Calculus 10
Applied
Math 20S
MFM2P-C
Math 20-3
 Apprenticeship & Workplace Math 11
Workplace & Apprenticeship
Math 20
 Essentials Math 30S
MEL3E-B
Pure Math 10 or
Math 10C
Principles of
Math 10 or
  Foundations
of Math 10
Math 10 (core)
Foundations of Math & Pre-Calculus 10
Pre-Calculus 20S MPM2D -C
Applied Math 20 or
Math 20-2
Essentials
of Math 11 or Applications of Math 11
Math 20 (core)
Foundations of Math 20
Applied Math 30S
MCF3M-C
or MBF3C-C
Pure Math 20 or
Math 20-1
Principles of
Math 11, Pre-Calculus 11 or
Foundations of
Math 11
Math 20 (core)
Pre-Calculus 20
Pre-Calculus
Math 30S
MCR3U-C
Math 30-3
Apprenticeship & Workplace Math 12
Workplace & Apprenticeship
Math 30
 Essentials Math 40S
MEL4E-B
Applied Math 30 or
Math 30-2
Essentials
of Math 12 or Applications of Math 12
Math A30 (core)
Foundations of Math 30
Applied 
Math 40S
 MAP4C-B
or MCT4C-B
Pure Math 30 or
Math 30-1
Principles of
Math 12, Pre-Calculus 12 or
Foundations
of Math 12
Math A30, B30, C30
  Pre-Calculus 30
Pre-Calculus Math 40S

MDM4U-C
MHF4U-C
 Math 31
Calculus 12
Calculus 30
Calculus 40S

MCV4U -B

Sciences

Sciences Provincial High School -- Subject Level Equivalencies

Alberta British Columbia Saskatchewan Manitoba Ontario--new
curriculum 2003
Biology 20 Biology 11  Biology 20 or Env Science 20 or Health Science 20
Biology 30S or 30G  SBI3U
SBI3C 
Biology 30 Biology 12  Biology 30 (core) Env Science 30 or Health Science 30
Biology 40S  SBI4U 
Chemistry 20 Chemistry 11 Chemistry 20 (core) or Physical Science 20
Chemistry 30S SCH3U 
Chemistry 30  Chemistry 12  Chemistry 30 (core) or Physical Science 30
Chemistry 40S  SCH4U or 
SCH4C 
Physics 20 Physics 11  Physics 20 (core) or
Physical Science 20
Physics 30S  SPH3U 
Physics 30  Physics 12  Physics 30 (core) or Physical Science 30
Physics 40S  SPH4U or
SPH4C 
Science 30  n/a  n/a  n/a  SNC4M 
                                                                                 
English

English Provincial High School -- Subject Level Equivalencies

Alberta British Columbia Saskatchewan Manitoba Ontario--new
curriculum 2003
English ELA 10-1/10 ELA 10 ELA 10A/10B(core)  ELA (20F)  ENG2D 
English ELA 10-2/13  ELA 10  ELA 10A/10B(core)  n/a ENG2P 
English ELA 20-1/20  English 11  ELA 20A (core)   1 of ELA (30S)
Comp, Lit or Tran 
ENG3U 
English ELA 20-2/23 Communications 11 Communications
Studies 20 (core) 
1 of ELA (30S)
Comp, Lit or Tran or
English 30G  
ENG3C 
English ELA 30-1/30  English 12  ELA A30/B30   1 of ELA (40S)
Comp, Lit or Tran  or
English 40S 
ENG4U 
English ELA 30-2/33  Tech. & Professional
Communications, or
Communications 12 
 ELA A30/B30 1 of ELA (40S)
Comp, Lit or Tran or
English 40G  
ENG4C 
 
* indicates a new course or course designation

Provincial High School -- Subject Level Equivalencies

Alberta British Columbia Saskatchewan Manitoba Ontario--new
curriculum 2003
 Math
Math 10-3*
 Apprenticeship &  Workplace Math 10
 Workplace & Apprenticeship Math 10*
   
Applied Math 10/
Math 13
Math 10C*1
Essentials
of Math 10 or Applications of Math 10
Math 10 (core)
Foundations of Math & Pre-Calculus 10*
Applied or Consumer
Math (20S)
MFM2D
Math 20-3*
 Apprenticeship & Workplace Math 11
Workplace & Apprenticeship
Math 20*
   
Pure Math 10/
Math 10
Math 10C*
Principles of
Math 10 or
  Foundations
of Math 10
Math 10 (core)
Foundations of Math & Pre-Calculus 10*
Pre-calculus Math (20S) MPM2D 
Applied Math 20/
Math 23
Math 20-2*
Essentials
of Math 11 or Applications of Math 11
Math 20 (core)
Foundations of Math 20*
Applied or Consumer
Math (30S) or Math 30G
MCM3M
or MBF3C
Pure Math 20/
Math 20/
Math 20-1
Principles of
Math 11, Pre-Calculus 11 or
Foundations of
Math 11
Math 20 (core)
Pre-Calculus 20
Pre-calculus Math (30S)
or Math 30S
MCR3U 
Math 30-3*
Apprenticeship & Workplace Math 12
Workplace & Apprenticeship
Math 12
   
Applied Math 30/
Math 33
Math 30-2*
Essentials
of Math 12 or Applications of Math 12
Math A30 (core)
Foundations of Math 30*
Applied or Consumer
Math (40S) or Math 40G
 MAP4C
or MCT4C
Pure Math 30/
Math 30
Math 30-1*
Principles of
Math 12, Pre-Calculus 12 or
Foundations
of Math 12
Math A30, B30, C30
  Pre-Calculus 30*
Pre-calculus Math (40S)
or Math 40S
MCB4U,
MGA4U
MDM U
MHF4U
 Math 31
Calculus 12
Calculus 30
Calculus 40S or
Intro to Calculus 45S or
Adv Math 45S
Calculus & Vectors
MVC 4U
Sciences
Alberta
British
Columbia
Saskatchewan
Manitoba
Ontario
(2003)

Biology 20 Biology 11  Biology 20 (core)  Biology 30S or 30G  SBI3U
SBI3C 
Biology 30 Biology 12  Biology 30 (core)  Biology 40S  SB14U 
Chemistry 20 Chemistry 11 Chemistry 20 (core) Chemistry 30S SCH3U 
Chemistry 30  Chemistry 12  Chemistry 30 (core) Chemistry 40S  SCH4U or 
SCH4C 
Physics 20 Physics 11  Physics 20 (core)  Physics 30S  SPH3U 
Physics 30  Physics 12  Physics 30 (core)  Physics 40S  SPH4U or
SPH4C 
Science 30  n/a  n/a  n/a  SNC4M 
 English
 Alberta British
Columiba

Saskatchewan
Manitoba
Ontario
(2003)

English ELA 10-1/10 ELA 10 ELA 10A/10B(core)  ELA (20F)  ENG2D 
English ELA 10-2/13  ELA 10  ELA 10A/10B(core)  n/a ENG2P 
English ELA 20-1/20  English 11  ELA 20A (core)   2 of ELA (30S)
Comp, Lit or Tran 
ENG3U 
English ELA 20-2/23 Communications 11 Communications
Studies 20 (core) 
1 of ELA (30S)
Comp, Lit or Tran or
English 30G  
ENG3C 
English ELA 30-1/30  English 12  ELA A30/B30   2 of ELA (40S)
Comp, Lit or Tran  or
English 40S 
ENG4U 
English ELA 30-2/33  Tech. & Professional
Communications, or
Communications 12 
 n/a 1 of ELA (40S)
Comp, Lit or Tran or
English 40G  
ENG4C 

* indicates a new course or course designation












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Agribusiness, Class of 2016.

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University Transfer, Class of 2017.

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Esthetician, Class of 2017.

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