Before entering a higher educational institution in Canada, one shall get acquainted with all the faculties and programs it offers in order to make the most suitable option. The range of courses is very wide.
Faculty of Humanities
Getting a liberal arts degree means that the degree you chose will help you make reasoned decisions the most important issues that can affect you, such as politics, social inequality, women's rights, international development, ethics and morality.
Social and Humanities courses will also develop your leadership skills by helping you maintain curiosity, challenge the status quo and learn to be an out-of-the-box thinker.
As the faculty of humanities' student, you will be able to spend your time studying a subject that is interesting and meaningful to you, while acquiring valuable skills that will serve you throughout your personal and professional life.
The Faculty of Humanities conducts training in the following departments:
- Gender, Religious Studies and Critical Research;
- Geography and environmental studies;
- International relations;
- Legal studies;
- Political Science and International Studies;
- Sociology and social research.
- There are also the following additional programs at the faculty:
- Languages, arts and culture of indigenous peoples;
- Research on indigenous peoples;
- Philosophy, politics and economics;
- Resource and environmental studies.
Faculty of Natural Sciences
Located in the heart of the Canadian Prairies in the homeland of the Mestizo people, the Faculty of Natural Sciences aims to become a leading higher educational institution, recognized for the importance, novelty and influence of its research, as well as the quality and relevance of its academic programs. Excellence in research and academic classes, high-quality teaching, passion for discovery,
cooperation and community participation are valued here.
The Faculty of Natural Sciences has about 1,800 undergraduate and graduate students in academic programs. After the studies the student can get bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees, as well as a number of diplomas and certificates. The work of the faculty is supported by about ninety permanent employees and more than thirty administrative and scientific employees.
The faculty has the following departments:
- Chemistry and Biochemistry;
- Computer Science;
- Mathematics and statistics;
Faculty of Business Administration
Undergraduate and graduate students have the opportunity to benefit from collaborative learning, providing valuable opportunities to gain their proficiency. The faculty offers training at two levels:
- Bachelor's degree at Paul J. Hill School of Business;
- Master's degree at Kenneth Leuven Graduate School of Business.
Students come from all over the world; some of them are full-time students while others are completing their programs part-time. The student societies of the faculty are among the most active on campus, participating in university and social events. The teaching staff supports their students in participating in both national and international student contents, where they rank among the best year after year!
The faculty also offers services in the areas of advanced training, consulting, research and publishing.
Hill and Levene Schools of Business are members of AACSB International (Association for the Development of College Business Schools). AAcsb provides quality assurance, business education analysis, training and development services to over 1,700 member organizations and over 840 accredited business schools worldwide.
Faculty of Mass media and Arts
The Faculty of Mass media, Arts and Performance at the University of Regina is an environment for diverse artistic expression and learning. Supportive faculty environment is great for teamwork and helps develop an artistic mind. The teaching staff are dynamic artists and scientists with the international experience. It offers comprehensive education that supports artistic training and learning of every student. The vibrant, dynamic campus is equipped with modern facilities, which make studies comfortable and fun.
Students develop their own vision in their chosen artistic environment or field of study. The faculty offers a wide range of Bachelor's, Master's degree programs and two additional certificate programs.
There are 4 departments at the faculty: cinema, music, theatre and fine arts.
Inter-subject programs such as creative technology and inter-subject research are also offered. Here students get the opportunity to work on different subjects and pave their own way.
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences
The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences was founded in 1973 and strived to show itself as a new progressive engineering school from the very beginning, offering unique programs based on the principles of systems engineering.
Systems engineering places engineering training in the context of the systems where projects operate.
Systems engineering education prepares students to work in the broader context of the inter-subject team design required by the modern engineers. In systems engineering students learn to design in a way to take into account social and environmental consequences, end-of-life decommissioning and resource management associated with the project.
There are 5 Bachelor's degree programs in Systems Engineering to choose from:
- Electronic systems engineering;
- Engineering of ecological systems;
- Industrial systems engineering;
- Development of oil systems;
- Software systems engineering;
There are also Master's degree programs:
- Master of Applied Sciences;
- Master of Engineering Sciences;
- Master of Engineering with cooperative education.
Besides, the faculty has an innovation graduate program in Technological Systems Engineering.
There is a possibility to continue studies to obtain the degree of candidate of sciences in the courses of electronic systems, ecological systems, industrial systems, oil systems, technological systems and software systems.
Faculty of Social Work
The faculty strives to provide the highest quality education in social work while teaching students to identify the needs of the disadvantaged, marginalized and oppressed, and empower individuals, families and communities to realize their full potential.
Globally recognized programs prepare students to work in social services sector in Canada. You can choose courses of different levels:
- certificate in social work with indigenous people,
- Bachelor of social work with indigenous people,
- Master of social work with indigenous people.
Graduates of the programs develop careers in areas such as drug addiction struggle and family counselling, mental health, child protection, social policy research and analysis, healthcare, criminal justice, community development, support, education, activism, advocacy and empowerment.
Several faculty members together with the Centre for Social Policy Research are actively involved in relevant and interesting research on social justice issues with the aim of improving individual, community and public development.
The Faculty of Social Work strives to work with and respond to social needs and to promote social work as a profession.
Faculty of Pedagogy
The Faculty of Pedagogy offers courses at the Bachelor's or Master's degree level.
Bachelor degree programs:
- Art education;
- Pedagogy (in French);
- Primary education;
- Secondary education;
- Bachelor of Music Education;
- Partner degree programs.
Master degree programs:
- Master in Educational Leadership;
- Master of Pedagogic Psychology;
- Master of Curricula and Instructions;
- Master in Adult Education and Public Relations;
- Master in Human Resource Development;
- Master in Indigenous People Education;
- Degree of Doctor of Philosophy.
All applicants must meet the admission standards of the Faculty of Postgraduate Education and Research. In addition, the Faculty of Pedagogy requires:
- a four-year degree adapted to the given program;
- at least two years of teaching or other relevant professional experience.