Faculty of Education

Application Information +

If you are currently completing your Grade 12 year you can apply as a high school student. Your application will be assessed for early conditional admission to your program of choice. This allows students who are still in grade 12 to be conditionally admitted using grade 11 and any grade 12 courses they have completed. Students who are granted early conditional admission are still required to meet the final admission requirements for their program/faculty at the time of graduation.

If you have graduated from high school or completed secondary-level standing, and have not attended any post-secondary institutions, you are also considered high school student. Your application will be assessed based on high school final admission requirements listed below.

When applying online, you should select:
Application Level: Undergraduate
Application Types:
  • For most programs - Teacher Education Application
  • Bachelor of Indigenous Education (Elementary or Secondary) - Indigenous Education*
  • Conjoint Bachelor of Music Education/Bachelor of Music - Teacher Education Application**
  • Baccalauréat en education (le Bac) - Baccalauréat en education***
  • SUNTEP (Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program) - complete the application form through Gabriel Dumont Institute. If you are selected for the program, you will be asked to fill out a University of Regina application as well.
*Applicants that meet the admission criteria will be asked to meet for an interview as part of the selection process.
** Applicants that meet the admission criteria will be required to successfully complete an audition and examination in music theory as part of the selection process. Applicants will be advised of their application status and asked to contact the Department of Music to register for the audition and theory exam.
*** French Language Proficiency is required.

When applying during the final year of high school, students can provide an interim grade report and a schedule of current/planned courses via email, fax, or mail. This can be sent directly to the Enrolment Services office from the student or guidance counsellor. This interim/unofficial grade report is used for the early conditional admission calculation.

Official high school final transcripts must be submitted following graduation and by all those applying who have completed high school. This official document is used for the final admission average calculation. Find information on how to order your official transcripts. Official transcripts must come to the University of Regina directly from the issuing institution (Ministry of Education, school board office, etc.) in your province or country (if other than Canada).

English Language Proficiency
The language of instruction at the University of Regina is English. All applicants to the University of Regina must therefore demonstrate an appropriate level of proficiency in the English language, unless they are entering the Baccalaureate en education program, in which case they must meet the French language proficiency requirement. Find information on English language proficiency requirements here.

Early Conditional Admission Requirements +

If you are currently in high school, we can admit you based on Early Conditional Admission Requirements. The admissions team looks at your submitted transcript to see if you have the required classes and averages below, based on your faculty of interest. 

Students applying to Arts, CCE, and Social Work require a 70% average using the five courses below.

Students applying to Education, La cite universitaire francophone, and Media, Art, and Performance require
a 65% average using the five courses below.

1. One English Language Arts or Français Language Arts Course (20- or 30-level)
2. One Category A Course (20- or 30-level)
3. One Category B Course (20- or 30-level)
4. One Additional Course from Category A or B (20- or 30-level)
5. One Additional Course from Category A, B, or C (20- or 30-level)

Category A

(Maths & Sciences)

Category B

(Languages & Social Sciences)

Category C

(Other Approved Courses)

Computer Science
Earth Science
Environmental Science
Foundations of Math
Fondements des math
Health Science
Physical Science
Sciences physiques
Sciences de l’environment
Sciences de la Terre
Sciences de la santé
Workplace & Apprenticeship Math**
Milieu de travail et formation
d’apprentis **

English Language Arts
Français Language Arts
History: Canadian Studies
Native Studies: Canadian Studies
nēhiyawīwin (Cree)
Science sociales fransaskois
Science sociales immersion
Social Studies: Canadian Studies
Ukrainian Language Arts
Art dramatique
Arts Education
Arts visuels
Catholic Studies
Christian Ethics
Éducation chrètienne
Éducation physique
Financial Literacy
Graphic Arts
Information Processing
Physical Education
Theatre Arts
Visual Arts
Wildlife Management


A maximum of two different Math courses can be used (ex: Foundations of Math and Pre-Calculus).

• Requirements 3, 4, and 5 must be met by different subjects (ex: French 20 and French 30 cannot both be used).

*Nursing does not allow any Category C courses to be used in the average calculation.

**Math courses marked ** cannot be used as the Math course requirement (2.) for Business, Engineering, Kinesiology, Nursing, or Science, but can be used as an additional course (5.). 

***Any grade 11- or 12-level language course may also be used as a Category B course.


Final Admission Requirements +

  • English Language Arts A30*
  • English Language Arts B30*
  • Two courses from Category A (Maths & Sciences) or Category B (Languages & Social Sciences)
  • One course from Category A (Maths & Sciences), Category B (Languages & Social Sciences), or Category C (Other Approved Courses)

BEd Elementary: One of Workplace and Apprenticeship Mathematics 30, Foundations of Math 30, or Pre-Calculus 30 is required
BEd Secondary with a major or minor in Math or Physics: Pre-Calculus 30 is required
BEd Secondary with a major or minor in Chemistry: Pre-Calculus 30, Chemistry 30, and Physics 30 are required
BMusEd: Interview, music theory test, and audition are required

* Fransaskois/Immersion students may use one of Français fransaskois A30/B30 or Français immersion in combination with either one of the English Language Arts courses

Additional Information +

65% average required. All programs competitive entry.


Approved Courses for Final Admission +

Category A
(Maths & Sciences)
Category B
(Languages & Social Sciences)
Category C
(Other Approved Courses)
Category D
(Business Approved Courses)

Biology 30
Calculus 30
Chemistry 30
Computer Science 30
Earth Science 30
Environmental Science 30
Foundations of Math 30
Health Science 30
Physical Science 30
Physics 30
Pre-Calculus 30
Workplace & Apprenticeship Math 30

Dene 30
Economics 30
French 30
Geography 30
German 30
History 30
History: Canadian Studies 30
Law 30
Mandarin 30
Native Studies: Canadian Studies 30
nēhiyawīwin (Cree) 30
Psychology 30
Social Studies: Canadian Studies 30
Spanish 30
Ukrainian/Ukrainian Language Arts 30


Accounting 30
Arts Education 30
Band 30
Catholic Studies 30
Choral 30
Christian Ethics 30
Dance 30
Drama 30
Entrepreneurship 30
Exercise Science 30
Financial Literacy 30
Graphic Arts 30
Information Processing 30
Music 30
Photography 30
Physical Education 30
Theatre Arts 30
Visual Arts 30
Wildlife Management 30


Accounting 30
Entrepreneurship 30
Financial Literacy 30



  • A maximum of two different math courses can be used in the admission calculation.
  • Only one of Band 30, Choral 30, or Music 30 can be used.
  • Only one of Exercise Science 30 or Physical Education 30 can be used.
  • Any 30-level language course (not including Language Arts) can be used as an additional approved grade 12 course, even if not listed above.

Application and Document Deadlines +

Application deadlines:

Early application deadline for fall term* - March 15
Fall term – August 15
Winter term – December 15
Spring/summer term – One week before the start of classes

Final official transcript deadlines:

Fall term deadline for early conditionally admitted students – August 1
Fall term – August 15
Winter term – January 1
Spring/summer term – May 1

Bachelor of Indigenous Education deadline – March 31 for April interview; June 30 for July interview

Deadline for off-campus students** – last day to add courses without permission in all terms

* The early application deadline is the recommended deadline to ensure the best course selection options, in addition to the deadline for entrance awards

**Off-campus students are students taking courses through regional colleges or the First Nations University of Canada Prince Albert and Saskatoon campuses