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Bachelor's Degree Program

Electronic Systems Engineering

The bachelor’s degree in electronic systems engineering from the University of Regina in Saskatchewan prepares you to become an effective engineer with career options across many areas of specialty, including:

  • Wired and wireless communications
  • Embedded systems
  • Electric power
  • Control and automation for natural resource and manufacturing industries

Accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB), this electronic systems engineering bachelor degree qualifies you to register with provincial/territorial associations, which puts you on the path to becoming a professional engineer.

U of R’s systems approach to electronic engineering focuses on critical technical engineering content as well as safety, environmental, social and economic considerations.

Complete assignments inside hands-on labs with dedicated instructors. Take courses taught by faculty with deep industry experience and connections. Make the most of co-op/internships where you can earn as much as $8,000-$13,000 per semester while gaining valuable work experience.

Note, even if you started your engineering degree elsewhere, U of R can help you finish your degree. We welcome transfer students into the electronic systems engineering bachelor’s degree program.

What Is Electronic Systems Engineering?

Electronic systems engineering looks at how electronics, computers and communication technologies come together in the different systems we use in our daily lives. Electronic systems engineering involves everything from micro circuits to the electronic elements inside personal and industrial technology. It also includes engineering needed to design and run vast systems that provide communication, power, manufacturing and connections to communities of all sizes.

Electronic Systems Engineering Meet Your Faculty

Quick Facts

Degree Type: Bachelor of Applied Science in Electronic Systems Engineering Bachelor of Applied Science (Co-op) in Electronic Systems Engineering Bachelor of Applied Science (Internship) in Electronic Systems Engineering
Length: 9 semesters
Accreditation: Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB)
Location: University of Regina
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Why Study Electronic Systems Engineering at the University of Regina?

U of R teaches a systems approach that solves engineering problems via more holistic thinking. This bachelor degree in electronic engineering gives you several ways to tailor your educational experience to your needs and goals, including your choice of electives, the chance to do research and opportunities to study abroad.

I had the opportunity to learn in-depth technical theory on a range of topics, while obtaining hands-on experience with electrical components and equipment through our labs. The professors were extremely knowledgeable and personable. They were available to help and truly wanted you to succeed in your studies and future endeavors. I have made lifelong friends and mentors from my time at the University of Regina.

As part of my studies, I participated in the co-op program. This program helped jump start my career and provided me with practical experience in the field in which I am currently employed. Through the co-op program, I was also fortunate to be able to work at multiple companies throughout Canada in varying industries. This helped me decide what I wanted to do when I completed my degree.

Danielle Janier '18
BASc in Electronic Systems Engineering
SaskEnergy, SCADA Engineer-in-Training

Electronic Systems Engineering Frequently Asked Questions

Is the electronic systems engineering degree accredited?

Yes! The Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) carries out the degree program accreditation process under the umbrella of Engineers Canada, the national engineering licensing body.

Essentially, accredited engineering programs go through the process to validate educational quality. This ensures engineering degree graduates meet requirements to become licensed engineering professionals.

Once you graduate from an accredited program, you become eligible to register with a provincial licensing body as an engineer-in-training. You must pass the Association of Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) professional practice exam.
What electronic systems engineering scholarships are available?

The University of Regina gives engineering students access to more than 30 scholarships, bursaries, and awards! Each scholarship requires its own unique qualifications; however, some scholarships do not require an application at all. You’re simply eligible by being an engineering student. 

U of R reserves the following scholarships and awards only for engineering students:

  • Associated Engineering Award
  • Association of Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) Engineering Prizes
  • Brownlee Beaton Kreke Scholarship in Engineering
  • Carl Potzus Award in Engineering
  • Derril McLeod Environmental Systems Scholarship in Engineering and Applied Science
  • Jack Mollard Sensing the Earth Scholarship
  • Engineering Leadership Award
  • EVRAZ Inc. NA Canada Scholarship in Engineering and Applied Science
  • Friends of the University of Regina - Engineering and Applied Science Award
  • Harald Liebe Undergraduate Scholarship in Petroleum Engineering
  • Helen Mary Morris Award for Women in Engineering
  • Honourable E.W. (Staff) Barootes, MD, Scholarship
  • JD Mollard and Associates Limited Prize
  • John M. Forbes Bursary
  • Margaret Anne Hodges Book Prize
  • Mary Denise Dopko Jackson Scholarship
  • Michelle Dolman Memorial ScholarshipPaul F. Groome Scholarship
  • Regina Engineering Society Scholarship
  • Reid Crowther Scholarship in Engineering
  • Ritenburg Family Foundation Bursary in Engineering
  • Robert J. and Joyann M. Genereux Scholarship
  • Stantec Scholarship in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
  • Viterra Scholarship in Engineering and Applied Science
  • Women in Environmental Systems Engineering Bursary
  • Helen Mary Morris Award for Women in Engineering
  • John M. Forbes Bursary
  • Regina Geotechnical Group Scholarship
  • Saskatchewan Mining Association Environmental Systems Engineering Scholarship
  • Wil Mechanical Scholarship
In addition, you can apply for other scholarships available to U of R students.
Can I study abroad?

Yes, you can! Employers increasingly need people who understand global implications and interactions, including those who speak additional languages and bring cultural awareness. Living and studying abroad for a week or a whole year shifts your perspective and raises your value in whatever career you choose.

In addition to paying application fees and any other required costs, you must meet with an academic advisor about study abroad options and meet or exceed these eligibility requirements:

  • 70 per cent GPA
  • 30 credit hours completed
  • Full-time student
What engineering student groups can I join?

Make time to connect with fellow students from all of U of R’s engineering degree programs. The Regina Engineering Student Society (RESS) hosts many events, including Welcome Week activities and Beef n Pizza. In addition, RESS maintains a student lounge that’s open to all engineering students — for studying and networking. 

Learn more about these engineering clubs too!

Electronic Systems Engineering Concepts and Goals

The objective of the electronic systems engineering undergraduate program at the University of Regina in Saskatchewan is to produce high-quality engineers — qualified to register with provincial/territorial associations to begin the path toward becoming a professional engineer.

Solve Problems

Combine your creativity and scientific know-how to solve problems in a variety of career settings, including wired and wireless communications, embedded systems, electric power, and, control and automation for natural resource and manufacturing industries

Manage Projects

Use a systems approach that focuses on economic, social, environmental, safety and administrative considerations relevant to the daily work of engineering.

Communicate Professionally

Collaborate effectively through professional, concise and clear communication with colleagues, stakeholders and community members.

What Can You Do With an Electronic Systems Engineering Degree?

U of R electronic systems engineering graduates compete for top engineering jobs in the private sector, within governmental organizations, and with many not-for-profit organizations throughout Canada and around the world.

Common electronic systems job titles include electronic systems engineer and test engineer. The following organizations hire our students, both as co-op interns and as professional engineers after graduation.

To explore minors that may be available in this program area, please visit the Academic Calendar or meet with your faculty advisor in the Academic Advising Office after you are admitted.

 

  • Federated Cooperatives Limited
  • Stantec
  • SaskPower
  • SaskEnergy
  • SaskTel
  • Brandt
  • The Mosaic Company
  • Ministry of Energy and Resources, Government of Saskatchewan
  • Ministry of Central Services, Government of Saskatchewan
  • Ritenburg & Associates
  • MacPherson Engineering
  • Canadian Natural Resources Limited
  • SeedMaster
  • The Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food, Government of Canada
  • The University of Regina
  • Canada Post
  • Parks Canada
  • Suncor Energy
The University of Regina Engineering Program's unique systems approach provides students with the practical experience required to prepare them for the realities of industry.
Nick LaPlante '16
BASc in Electronic Systems Engineering
E/I Project Engineer, Co-op Refinery Complex
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