University of Regina Profile

The University of Regina is a leading public research university located in Saskatchewan, Canada. It offers a range of Undergraduate (Degree, Diploma and Certificate) and Graduate Programs, as well as Distance & Part-time Credit Programs.

The University has the following faculties and academic units: Faculty of Arts; Faculty of Business Administration; Faculty of Education; Faculty of Engineering; Faculty of Fine Arts; Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research; Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies; Faculty of Science; Faculty of Social Work; Centre for Continuing Education; English as Second Language (ESL); Institut fran├žais; Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy.

Undergraduate Programs are offered in Art History, Actuarial Science, Accounting, Arts Education, Biochemistry, Biology, Business Administration, Film Studies, Finance, and more. Graduate Programs of Study include the Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.), the Master of Human Resource Management (M.H.R.M.), the Master of Administration (major in Leadership) (M.Admin.), the Executive M.B.A, the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science, etc. The Faculty of Engineering offers doctoral and master’s degrees in Electronic Systems Engineering, Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Environmental Systems Engineering, and Petroleum Systems Engineering.

The University of Regina ESL Program is accredited by the Canada Language Council.

Rankings:

- 9th place out of 11 (tied with York University) in the Maclean's magazine university rankings 2009.

- 6th in the comprehensive category that includes universities with significant research activity and a wide range of graduate and undergraduate programs, according to the Maclean's magazine Canadian National Comprehensive Universities Rankings 2005.

- 27th nationally in the Gourman Report Ranking of Canadian Universities (1998).