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What will I learn?

Electronic Systems Engineering conducts research and offers graduate courses in selected areas of microelectronics, signal processing, instrumentation and communications. The Program offers a doctoral degree in Engineering/ESE (PhD/ESE), a Master of Engineering/ESE (MEng/ESE) and a Master of Applied Science/ESE (MASc /ESE). Applicants must meet the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research entrance requirements and must be admitted by the Electronics Systems Engineering Program.

Normally a student will only be admitted to the PhD program following the completion of a Master's program from a recognized university.

ENGG 800: 3 cr hrs
ENEL 8xx*: 3 cr hrs
ENEL 8xx*: 3 cr hrs
ENEL 8xx*: 3 cr hrs
ENxx 8xx*: 3 cr hrs
ENGG 900: 0 cr hrs
ENEL 901: 45 cr hrs
TOTAL: 60 cr hrs
ENGG 401**: 3 cr hrs

* One course may be taken at the 7xx level. **This course is in addition to the formal credit hour requirements.

All courses will be determined by the student’s supervisory committee and up to two courses may be taken in related Engineering and Science disciplines. Additional courses may be undertaken in all programs for professional advancement or interest, for example in business, in economics, to learn a foreign language, etc. These courses will be excluded in any calculations of required averages, minimum grades etc. for the Electronic Systems Programs, but may be used by FGSR in adjudicating scholarships and progress, and will form part of the overall CGPA for the program.

The program requirements for a student with a Master of Engineering degree from the University of Regina who is admitted to the PhD program in Engineering are:

ENGG 800: 3 cr hrs
ENEL 8xx*: 3 cr hrs
ENEL 8xx*: 3 cr hrs
ENEL 8xx*: 3 cr hrs
ENxx or related discipline 8xx: 3 cr hrs
ENGG 900: 0 cr hrs
ENGG 903*: 3 cr hrs
ENEL 901: 45 cr hrs
TOTAL: 63 cr hrs
ENGG 401**: 3 cr hrs

* This is a research methodology course, and is to ensure that the student will be adequately prepared for PhD level research. Only students who have received their MENG from U of R are required to take this course.

**This course is in addition to the formal credit hour requirements.

Which department am I in?

Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science

Study options

Full Time (60 credit hours)

Tuition fees
CAD$27,254.00 (US$ 20,535) per year

*Price shown is for indicative purposes, please check with institution

Application deadline

31 January 2023, 31 July 2023

Start date

4 January 2023, 30 August 2023

Venue

University of Regina

3737 Wascana Parkway,

REGINA,

Saskatchewan (SK),

S4S 0A2, Canada

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Completion of a thesis-based master's program, or non-thesis based master's program with relevant research experience in a field that is relevant to the area of study in the desired PhD program with a minimum graduating average of 70%. English language requirement: TOEFL (iBT): 20 each band; IELTS –Academic: 6.5 overall, 6.0 each; Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic: 59; CanTEST: 4.5 overall, 4.0 each; MELAB: 80.

For international students

Applicants to the PhD program will have completed a thesis based master’s degree in engineering or a closely related field. However, applicants with a MEng degree may be admitted to the PhD program but are required to take at least one additional course in research methodology. All MASc and PhD students must have an identified supervisor from Electronic Systems Engineering.

English language requirement:

TOEFL (iBT): 20 each band

IELTS – Academic: 6.5 overall, 6.0 each

Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic: 59

CanTEST: 4.5 overall, 4.0 each

CAEL: 70

TOEFL (paper, new): 20, 20, 20

MELAB: 80

The application deadline is July 31 for winter admission; January 31 for fall admission.

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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About University of Regina

The university is internationally renowned for excellence in academics and research and is recognized for its experiential approach toward learning.

  • Campus set within the largest urban park in North America
  • Ranked in top 15 comprehensive universities in Canada 2020
  • 25 per cent international students
  • Co-op scheme guarantees employment or further study

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