Master's Programs

Make your resumé stand out with a U of R Master's degree. Choose from more than 50 programs we offer, or create your own program through our Special Case option.

 The U of R is here for you through every step of your educational journey:

  • Excellent mental, academic and physical wellness support systems.
  • An active commitment to working with Indigenous partners to reconcile our past.
  • Valuable hands-on work placements for real-world experience.

Find the program that's right for you


The Faculty of Education offers the following Master's programs:

Adult Education and Human Resources Development (MEd)
Educational Psychology (MEd)
Indigenous Education (MIEd)
Indigenous Language Education (MILED)
Maîtrise en éducation française (MÉd)
Teaching, Learning and Leadership (MEd)

Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy
Kinesiology and Health Studies

Add paid work experience to your degree

Some Master's programs offer a co-op option, which lets you establish yourself in a professional setting relevant to your discipline during your studies.

Pursue your passion

"My research is around canine-human relationships in hybrid communities of shared spaces where I am looking to describe interspecies communication among human and nonhuman athletes in the context of mushing and the relevance of nonhuman knowledge. It is contributing to and funded by Sensory Acts, a five-year SSHRC project aimed at (re)-establishing what we may have lost through anthropocentrism and is headed by Dr. Alex Oehler in anthropology and Dr. Sarah Abbott in film studies. The U of R has provided us with an opportunity to bring anthropology beyond the ethnos and is home to a number of beings who have provided us with tools and insight into designing such multidisciplinary research."

Pradeep Ranjan Doley Barman
MAster's STudent, anthropology & film studies
Pradeep Ranjan Doley Barman
Pradeep Ranjan Doley Barman
U of R is a world of possibilities. Being able to dream big along with teachers and the student community — and to see it all come true — is a boost of confidence and mutal support. For me, it's also a golden opportunity to collaborate with the Fransaskois community.
Sarah-Maude Gemme
Master's Student, La Cité

Go far, together!

SherJan Maybanting 3MT Megan Poulter

"Pursing graduate studies need not be an isolating endeavor. U of R's FGSR prides itself in offering experiential, inclusive and innovative programming to support diverse student needs in changing the world, together."

SherJan Maybanting
Master's Student, Social Work

Next Steps

Entrance Requirements

A graduating average of 70 per cent from a four-year baccalaureate degree (or equivalent) is required for admission to all programs. English, History, Mathematics and Statistics and the Master of Public Administration require a 75 per cent average.

Applicants must have the academic background required to undertake graduate studies in their chosen field. Applicants who otherwise meet the criteria may be admitted; however, background deficiencies must be addressed by taking appropriate courses either prior to or in parallel with graduate work.

Admission Process

The Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research has established a list of steps that will guide you through the admission process.



Funding Options

The University of Regina offers and administers many scholarships and awards that provide financial help to our students. Once you have been accepted as a fully-qualified graduate student with no conditions or holds on your admission, then you are eligible to apply for our scholarships, awards or graduate teaching assistant positions.

The Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research has created an online graduate scholarship application system, the Graduate Awards Portal (GAP). GAP allows you to view all of the scholarships, awards, bursaries, fellowships and prizes that the University of Regina offers our graduate students. You can apply for awards online, as well as monitor and track the status of your scholarship application.