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Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc) in Energy Systems Engineering - Petroleum Engineering

University of Regina

Shape your future and the future of energy in the new Energy Systems Engineering (ERSE) bachelor’s degree program at the University of Regina.

This comprehensive undergraduate program responds to the rapidly changing energy landscape and the University of Regina’s commitment to climate action. With three options to choose from, the U of R’s Energy Systems Engineering program offers you the most comprehensive energy-related curriculum available at any Canadian university. At the U of R, you can focus your energy studies and prepare for jobs that new and improving technologies will create.

One Program, Three Options

Energy Systems Engineering bachelor’s degree students can choose one of these three options, with flexibility to take courses from all areas to expand their career options:

  • Bachelor of Applied Science in Energy Systems Engineering, Petroleum Engineering Option
  • Bachelor of Applied Science in Energy Systems Engineering, Sustainable Energy Engineering Option
  • Bachelor of Applied Science in Energy Systems Engineering, Energy Transportation and Storage Option

Hands-on learning with real-world experience

At the U of R, we know that learning happens best by doing. Our Centre for Experiential and Service Learning can work with you to identify your career, academic, and personal goals, while guiding you to opportunities to apply what you learn – not only in the classroom, but across campus, and in the wider community. You can gain experience in both paid and volunteer positions.

Accreditation

The new Energy Systems Engineering bachelor’s degree program will be accredited before the first students graduate in the 2026 Spring/Summer semester. The accreditation visit from the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) will happen in 2025.

Transition from Petroleum System Engineering (PSE) Undergraduate Program

The new Energy Systems Engineering Program and the current Petroleum Systems Engineering (PSE) Program will coexist until all undergraduate students admitted to the PSE program graduate. In the 2023 Fall semester, admission to the Energy Systems Engineering program will be open to second-year undergraduate students.

The Petroleum Systems Engineering Program at the graduate level will remain available to Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science students.

  • Learn more about the Energy Systems Engineering program admissions process.
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Requirements

Listed below are the documents required to apply for this course.
CA$26,606.6 Per Year

International student tuition fee

4 years

Duration

Jan 2025

Start Month

Dec 2024

Application Deadline

Upcoming Intakes

  • September 2024
  • January 2025
  • September 2025

Mode of Study

  • Full Time