Levene Active and Transitioning Military

Levene Graduate Business Programs for Active and Transitioning Military Service Personnel

The Levene Graduate School of Business at the University of Regina offers a suite of graduate business programs, all of which are accessible to qualified military service personnel, transitioning members, and veterans looking to enhance their educational credentials with a civilian degree. We are prepared to assess prior learning based on your military experience, including your Member’s Personnel Record Resume (MPRR) and recommend a graduate program based on an individual’s interests and fit. Our programs include an Executive MBA (EMBA), MBA, Master of Administration in Leadership, Master in Human Resource Management and Master Certificates in Organizational Leadership, Human Resource Management, Labour Relations and Project Management, all of which ladder into Levene graduate degree programs.

Benefits to Prospective Military Students

*Mid-Career option: Applicants who do not meet the required GPA or who do not have an undergraduate degree, but who have a minimum of seven or eight years of suitable work experience (program dependent) and have completed any 10 undergraduate courses with a grade of no less than 70% in each may qualify for the mid-career option. These candidates may be required to take a GMAT exam.

Advising contact
For more information, contact a Levene Program Advisor, directly at levene.advising@uregina.ca

Assessment of Prior Learning Recognition Process

  1. Gather military career documentation:
    1. Mandatory:
      1. Military Personnel Record Resume
      2. Resume
      3. Proof of Service
        1. Serving CAF ID Card
        2. Record of Service (NDI75)
    2. (Note – Veterans ID card is forthcoming)

    3. Elective-member may redact personnel information as required
      1. Personal Evaluation Reports(s)
      2. Personal Development Reports
      3. Course reports
      4. Language training or profile;
      5. Commendations and awards
  2. Order official transcripts from Royal Military College or other applicable post-secondary institution
  3. Book advising appointment and identify required application documents
  4. Open online application; submit all required documents
  5. Register for courses
  6. Pay fees


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