This program focuses on analog and digital electronics with specialization streams in instrumentation and control, telecommunications, microelectronics and power, and energy. Software and computer-related courses are part of the electronics program, allowing students to develop greater software and hardware abilities.
You will get hands-on laboratory experience enabling you to demonstrate abilities to operate lab equipment, construct prototype systems and circuits and debug systems.
Electrical Circuits, Communication Theory, Digital Electronics, Transmission Lines and Antennas, Telecommunication and Computer Networks, Power Systems.
What is Electronic Systems Engineering?
Electronic Systems Engineering focuses on the integration of electronics, computers, and communication technologies in many different types of systems.
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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, telecommunications, microelectronics, and 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.
What ESE Students Do
All engineering students take a common initial core program consisting of the basic maths and sciences needed by all engineers, plus introductory design courses.
Our ESE students learn the performance of electronic components, develop an understanding of component behavior in complex systems, learn and practice skills for the design and management of electronic systems, and develop and complete design projects.
What sort of career could you have?
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
Undergraduate ESE Labs
The program emphasizes hands-on laboratory experience and requires that each student learns and demonstrates the skills to operate lab equipment, to construct prototype systems and circuits, to de-bug systems, and to work in teams and be an active team member.
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