|Study location||Canada, Saskatchewan, Regina|
|Type||Bachelor's Degree, University|
|Nominal duration||4 years, plus 4 Optional Co-op terms|
|Tuition fee||CA$22,520 per year
The fees shown here are estimates only for (based on 10 courses per year) and are subject to change. The above fee includes tuition, health insurance and ancillary charges. All students are required to pay the compulsory ancillary fees in order to enrol in or successfully complete any course or program of instruction.
|Registration fee||CA$400 one-time
The registration fee includes the non-refundable application fee (CA$100) and the refundable deposit fee (CA$300).
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|Dormitory fee||CA$10,000 per year
The above fee is an estimated amount for during the two academic semesters.
There are a lot of housing options for you to choose from depending on your needs and preferences. Be sure to find a place close to your campus and easily accessible by regular and frequent public transit.
High School / Secondary Education (or higher)
To be eligible for admission, you must possess a high school diploma including these required courses (or equivalents) with an overall minimum average of 70 percent:
Note: 65% – 69.99% average can be admitted to program.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
If you do not meet the English requirement, the university may choose (depending on the particular circumstances) to send you a conditional acceptance letter until you meet the required standard.
Once you have met the English requirement, you will receive a full letter of admission.
Physics is the basis of all other sciences and involves the study of space, time and energy.
Our programs in applied/industrial physics are both new and innovative. They combine the best of modern physics instruction with practical knowledge in related applied fields. These programs are a co-operative effort between the University and participating industrial employers. These partnerships enable you to obtain hands-on, real-world experience.
Physics Co-op students are prepared for careers in medical and nuclear physics, optics, computation, and electronics and modern physics.
Co-operative Education (Co-op) alternates practical, career-related, paid work terms with semesters in class, giving you up to 20 months of supervised work experience by the time you graduate.
If you are interested in becoming a Co-op student, check to see when and what pre-requisites you need to have completed before becoming a part of the program. Make sure that you are qualified prior to submit an application.
How many work terms will you do?
Four, with an optional fifth work term.
How much can you earn during a work term?
Salaries for Physics Co-op students typically range from $2200 per month to $3200 per month, or about $14 to $20 per hour. Some employers may also offer a moving allowance.
Graduates pursue careers in:
- aeronautics and space industries
- synchotron research, and computer simulation
- planetariums and diagnostic imaging