SAIT Polytechnic offers two full baccalaureate degrees (commencing Fall 2011), four applied degrees, 66 diploma and certificate programs, 32 apprenticeship trades and 1,600 continuing education and corporate training courses.
SAIT delivers skill-oriented education to students through eight schools:
- MacPhail School of Energy
- School of Business
- School of Construction
- School of Health and Public Safety
- School of Hospitality and Tourism
- School of Information and Communications Technologies
- School of Manufacturing and Automation
- School of Transportation
SAIT also has two Centres dedicated to providing student support: the Centre for Academic Learner Services and the Centre for Instructional Technology and Development. SAIT's Applied Research and Innovation Services department works in partnership with industry on applied research.
SAIT Residence has two modern high rises located in the northeast corner of its main campus. Both residence towers feature four different floor plans and amenities such as fully furnished units, kitchenettes, high-speed Internet, study lounges and 24-hour security.
The Campus Centre contains an Olympic-size hockey arena, coffee house, bar, gymnasium, fitness centre, squash courts, bowling alley, salt water pool and theatre.
This central building on SAIT's main campus houses food service outlets, study areas, classrooms, the campus bookstore and the library.
SAIT Polytechnic has been a member of the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference since 1964. The SAIT Trojans are represented basketball, curling, soccer, cross country running, hockey and volleyball. All of SAIT's sports teams share the name Trojans.
SAIT has two on-campus newspapers: The Weal is owned and operated by SAITSA, SAIT's Student Association and the Weekly Albertan is operated by SAIT Journalism students.
The campus radio station, 103 The Pulse (previously Generation 103), is operated by SAIT RTBN students. The RTBN program at SAIT (previously known as CTSR) boasts many graduates who have become prominent radio and television personalities. It is one of Canada's leading Television and Radio programs and admissions to the program are very competitive.
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