University of Regina: Faculty of Science
Education, Post-Secondary, Science
Situated in the heart of the Canadian prairies on Treaty 4 territory and the homeland of the Métis people, the Faculty of Science aspires to be a premier postsecondary academic unit, recognized for the significance, novelty, and impact of its research, and for the quality, relevance, and currency of its academic programs. We value excellence in research and scholarly pursuits, high-quality teaching, enthusiasm for discovery, cooperation and collaboration, community engagement, and service.
The Faculty of Science has nearly 1800 undergraduate and graduate students in academic programs leading to Bachelors, Masters, and Doctoral degrees, as well as a number of diplomas and certificates. Our work is supported by nearly ninety permanent academic staff and more than thirty administrative and scientific staff. For new, prospective, or returning students, our team in Science Student Services is knowledgeable and friendly, and can assist you with any questions you may have about your studies or our programs.
A Moment with U of R Faculty of Science
Institute of Environmental Change & Society
IECS provides world-class infrastructure and research expertise in environmental sciences for faculty, students and staff enabling individuals and multidisciplinary groups to conduct cutting-edge scientific research to advance the provincial, national and international research agendas. IECS is composed of three separate research units (Cellular Impacts Facility, Integrated Numeric Analysis Facility, Stressor Quantification Facility), and two analytical preparation units (Advanced Sample-Holding Facility, Stressor Isolation Facility). IECS is also dedicated to foster provincial, national and international research initiatives and improve collaborations among universities, government and industry.
Science Student Services manages all undergraduate student matters, program selection, transfer credit, program information, academic advising, registration, and graduation processing for the Faculty of Science.
We can assist you with:
- determining outstanding degree requirements
- calculating your program grade point average
- information on program or course changes
- changing your major or minor
- evaluating transfer credit
- requesting to take a course at another institution (Letter of Permission)
- requesting a deferral of final exam or term work
- scholarship information
- applying to graduate
- determining the best strategies to improve academic standing
- interpreting University rules, regulations and policies
- acting as a resource to other campus services
Have a question? Check out our most Frequently Asked Questions for quick answers, or contact us to speak with a registration clerk and/or book an appointment with the Academic Program Advisor.
Looking for admissions information? Go to the Future Students website or contact Student Recruitment.
Interested in graduate programs? See the department website and the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research.