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Master of applied science in Petroleum Systems Engineering is a program offered by the faculty of engineering and applied science. It is a thesis-based program with major orientation towards research.
Aras of specializations: enhanced oil recovery (EOR), reservoir modeling and simulation, heavy oil recovery through SAGD and VAPEX processes, miscible and immiscible displacement, fluid-rock interactions, and underground storage of carbon dioxide in depleted or partially-depleted hydrocarbon reservoirs.
The Faculty of Engineering offers doctoral and master’s degrees in Electronic Systems Engineering, Engineering, Environmental Systems Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, and Petroleum Systems Engineering.
A master’s degree is currently offered in Process Systems Engineering and a doctoral degree is being developed. Software Systems Engineering is being developed at both levels. The general doctoral degree in Engineering promotes interdisciplinary collaborations among the four existing and two proposed programs.
The degrees of Master of Engineering or Master of Applied Science are also offered. The Master of Applied Science is a research oriented program with a thesis requirement. The Master of Engineering degree program with a project report attracts practicing engineers.
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ELP requirement will be waived if applicant meets any of the below requirement Applicant:
- Who have completed post-secondary education at a university at which English is listed as the only language Applicants
- Who have completed post-secondary education at a university at which English was the primary language of instruction.
ESL at the University of Regina:
If you are taking ESL at the University, you must successfully complete ESL 050 in order to be considered for graduate work. The University of Saskatchewan's UPrep 2 program will also be accepted.
If you are in Regina, you can take a placement test through ESL. If you are placed above ESL 050, we will accept that as proof of English proficiency. Please see ESL's events calendar for placement test dates.
ESL at other institutions:
If you have successfully completed an academic English as a Second Language (ESL) program at another Canadian university, and you have met the English Language Proficiency policy of that institution, you may be considered to have met our policy. You must supply proof of course completion and evidence that the course completed meets the English proficiency policy of that institution.
A graduating average of at least 70 per cent from a four-year baccalaureate degree (or equivalent) is required for admission.
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