If you care about global warming, pollution, ozone depletion and their impact on local communities and people around the world, choose the University of Regina's unique Environmental Systems Engineering program and prepare for a rewarding career tackling critical issues in environmental systems engineering.
Accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board, the environmental systems engineering bachelor program features faculty members conducting ground-breaking research:
Cold region engineering
Drinking water and sustainable wastewater treatment
Energy and environmental economics
Environmental risk management
Sustainable environmental systems infrastructure
The environmental systems engineering degree at the U of R also helps kick-start your career. Hands-on, real-world experience through our pioneering Co-operative Education and Internships program — the first of its kind in Western Canada — gives you a competitive edge.
Our innovative work + study program places you in a real, relevant job with a real salary — as much as $13,000 per semester. Essentially, you alternate academic semesters with work semesters. This seamlessly combines key knowledge and practical experience while earning your bachelor’s degree.
If you join our UR Guarantee program , you'll get access to resources like personal advising. Through UR Guarantee, if you don't receive career-related employment within six months of graduation, you can return for another year of undergraduate courses for free.
What Is Environmental Systems Engineering?
Communities around the world and closer to home face many environmental challenges that require ethical, comprehensive solutions. The best answers break down boundaries and lift up the co-operation needed for real change.
With a U of R environmental systems engineering degree, you learn how to play an important role in tackling looming issues that put human safety, agriculture sustainability and other important industries at risk. Consider it your superpower.
Harness your methodical and creative mindset to engineer new systems. Learn to think ahead to implementation, integration and day-to-day management over the long term.
As an environmental systems engineering student at the University of Regina, learn to:
Conduct environmental impact, risk assessment and remediation studies
Use applied probability to make confident, well-informed decisions