Uni of Regina logo








The University of Regina’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science has launched a Bachelor of Applied Science in Energy Systems Engineering degree. The degree includes three concentrations: Energy Transportation and Storage, which will teach students about energy distribution, conversion, and storage; Petroleum Engineering, which will focus on responsible oil and gas extraction; and Sustainable Energy Engineering, which will introduce students to renewable energy resources. URegina will phase out its current undergraduate Petroleum Systems Engineering program and begin the new program in Fall 2023. “The energy landscape … is rapidly changing and as a Faculty we need to be proactive in our programming to ensure our students have the skills and training they need to be successful in this increasingly demanding field,” said URegina Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Dr Phillip Choi.

Leave a comment