The Department of Physics at the University of Regina offers programs leading to B.Sc. and B.Sc. (Honours) degrees in Pure and Applied/Industrial Physics.

The programs in Applied/Industrial Physics are innovative and combine the best of modern physics instruction with practical knowledge in related applied fields. A key component of these programs is their Co-operative nature between the university and participating industrial employers, where the student obtains hands-on experience in the real world.

The B.Sc. honours program in Pure Physics is intended for those who intend to eventually pursue a graduate degree in physics, while the B.Sc. program allows students to obtain a Major in Physics, along with a Minor in a complementary natural science. Both of these programs offer an optional Co-operative Education option.

Finally, the department offers a five-year, dual degree program in Physics and Education, at the end of which the student receives two degrees, a B.Sc. and a B.Ed.

NOTE: The Canadian Association of Physicists approved that graduates of our 5-year coop program are eligible to apply for Professional Physicist Certification, with an official letter of approval.