|Study location||Canada, Saskatchewan, Regina|
|Type||Bachelor's Degree, University|
|Nominal duration||4 years, plus 4 Co-op terms|
|Tuition fee||CA$24,800 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 fees.
|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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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 90 percent:
Note: 70% – 89.99% are admitted to a .
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.
Electronic Systems Engineering focuses on the integration of electronics, computers, and communication technologies in many different types of systems.
The Electronic Systems Engineering (ESE) program at the University of Regina focuses on a core program of analog and digital electronics with specialization streams in:
- instrumentation and control,
- power and energy.
Software and computer-related courses are part of the electronics core program, allowing students to develop greater facility with both hardware and software.
- Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.) in Electronic Systems Engineering
- Students in Co-operative Education graduate with a B.A.Sc. (Co-op) in Electronic Systems Engineering
- Students in the Internship Program graduate with a B.A.Sc. (Internship) in Electronic Systems Engineering
The ESE program is fully accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board.
Co-op provides a real-world look at various industries and occupations and presents a means for students to work their way through university.
Students are required to complete four, four-month work terms in the industry, alternating with in-class semesters. They start their first work term midway through their second year. Students achieve a total of 16 months of work experience. The program expands the normal four-year program to five years, with course scheduling structured to accommodate the co-op students’ work terms. This means the school operates year-round, and students typically take spring/summer as well as the traditional fall and winter semesters.
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?
How much can you earn during a work term?
You could earn from $2400 to $5000 per month or about $12 to $30 per hour. Some employers may also offer a moving allowance.
For students interested in having a single work term, the Internship program enables students to undertake a 12-month or 16-month work term with a single employer toward the end of their academic program.
Did you know?
If you are an Engineering Co-op student, your Co-op work experience can be credited toward achieving your Professional Engineering designation! All the more reason for you to apply for Co-op!
Electronic Systems Engineers typically work in the following areas or hold the following job titles:
- Computer Design
- Electronic Systems Engineer
- Engineering Management
- Hardware Systems Engineer
- Manufacturing & Processing
- Power Electronics
- Quality Assurance
- Radio & Television
- Test Engineer