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:
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.