Electronic Systems Engineering (ESE)

The University of Regina's Electronic Systems Engineering (ESE) program focuses on a core program in analog and digital electronics specializing in:

  • Instrumentation and control
  • Telecommunications
  • Microelectronics
  • Power and energy

It focuses on the integration of electronics computers and communication technologies in different types of systems.

Here, the students graduate with Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.) in Electronic Systems Engineering at the undergraduate level and Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) –Project Focus or Co-op; Master of Applied Science (M.A.Sc.) –Thesis-based and Ph.D. program at the graduate level.

Students in Co-operative Education graduate with a B.A.Sc. (Co-op) degree, while students in the Internship Program graduate with a B.A.Sc. (Internship) in Electronic Systems Engineering.

Electronic Systems Engineers typically work or hold the following job titles in the following areas:

  • Avionics
  • Communications
  • Computer Design
  • Electronic Systems Engineer
  • Engineering Management
  • Hardware Systems Engineer
  • Instrumentation
  • Manufacturing & Processing
  • Programming
  • Power Electronics
  • Quality Assurance
  • Telecommunications etc

Environmental Systems Engineering (EVSE)

The Environmental Systems Engineering Program (EVSE) illustrates and applies concepts of systems engineering to environmental issues related to water supplies, air pollution, transport, industrial development and waste management.

It offers courses to undergraduates as well as graduates. The students receive a Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.) degree in Environmental Systems Engineering and Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)–Project Focus or Co-op; Master of Applied Science (M.A.Sc.)–Thesis and PhD program. Students in Co-operative Education graduate with a B.A.Sc. (Co-op), while students in the Internship Program graduate with a B.A.Sc. (Internship) in Environmental Systems Engineering.

The industry honors its students primarily because of its convergence of environmental concerns and the commitment to programmes aimed at solving civil and industrial environmental issues. Study areas include the development and assessment of the environmental system and the effects and threats involved.

Environmental Systems Engineers usually work or hold the following job titles:

  • Air Quality Engineer
  • Engineering Project Manager
  • Environmental Consultant
  • Environmental Engineer
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Geotechnical Engineer
  • Geoenvironmental Engineer
  • Hydraulic Engineer
  • Irrigation Engineer
  • Mining engineer
  • Pollution Control Engineer
  • Transportation Engineer
  • Waste Management Engineer
  • Water Resource Manager etc.

List of Labs

  • Fluids Dynamics and Hydraulics Laboratory
  • Applied Biosystems Laboratory
  • Water and Wastewater Laboratory
  • Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory 

Industrial Systems Engineering (ISE)

The Industrial Systems Engineering (ISE) program is designed to train engineers to organize and effectively use modern manufacturing and process industries total resources:

  • Materials
  • Machinery
  • Facilities
  • People
  • Capital.

At the undergraduate level, it offers Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.) B.A.Sc. (Co-op) for students in Co-operative Education and B.A.Sc. (Internship) in Industrial Systems Engineering for students in the Internship Program. At the graduate level, Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) – project focus or co-op; Master of Applied Science (M.A.Sc.) – Thesis-based and Doctoral (Ph.D.) program are offered. Specialized learning in the design, behavior, control and monitoring of engineering systems is offered to graduate students.

Industrial Systems Engineers typically work or hold the following job titles:

  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Automated Systems
  • Design Engineer
  • Ergonomics Engineer
  • Facilities & Equipment Engineer
  • Industrial Engineer
  • Manufacturing Engineer
  • Petroleum Industries
  • Process Control Engineer
  • Process Engineer
  • Production Engineer
  • Quality Control Engineer
  • Robotics Engineer
  • Sales Engineer
  • Utility Services etc.

List of Labs 

  • Robotics labs
  • Machinery for turning and milling operations

Petroleum Systems Engineering (PSE)

The Petroleum Systems Engineering (PSE) teaches the analysis, development and management of technologies used in reserve assessment and production and processing of oil and gas. Students graduate with Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.); B.A.Sc. (Co-op) and B.A.Sc. (Internship) in Petroleum Systems Engineering.

Master of Engineering (M.Eng) – Project focus or co-op; Master of Applied Science (M.A.Sc.) – Thesis-based and Doctoral (Ph.D) program are available to students for higher studies. The program aims at developing techniques for extracting oil, coal, and other minerals efficiently while mitigating environmental impacts using various techniques for remediating emissions and reducing greenhouse gases.

Petroleum Systems Engineers typically work or hold the following job titles:

  • Exploration engineer
  • Well logging engineer
  • Petrophysicist
  • Drilling engineer
  • Completions engineer
  • Reservoir engineer
  • Simulation engineer
  • Research engineer
  • Production engineer
  • Transportation engineer
  • Pipeline engineer
  • Sales/marketing engineer
  • Process engineer
  • Refining engineer etc. 

Software Systems Engineering (SSE)

The program of Software Systems Engineering (SSE) was designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills to analyze, design and develop computer that operates on many computer and microprocessor types.

At the undergraduate level, it offers Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.) in Software Systems Engineering and Master of Engineering (M.Eng) – project focus or co-op; Master of Applied Science (M.A.Sc.) – Thesis-based and Ph.D. in General Engineering at the graduate level. Students in Co-operative Education graduate with a B.A.Sc. (Co-op) degree, and students in the Internship Program graduate with a B.A.Sc. (Internship) in Software Systems Engineering. Graduate students apply computer expertise to solve real-life problems. They serve technical experts and leaders in various areas.

Software Systems Engineers typically work or hold the following job titles:

  • Design Engineer
  • Embedded Systems Engineer
  • Integration Engineer
  • Multimedia Engineer
  • Software Developer
  • Software Process Engineer
  • Software Project Manager
  • Software Quality Engineer
  • Software Systems Engineer

List of Labs

  • Software Engineering Laboratory
  • Technology Transfer Laboratory

Process Systems Engineering (PSEng) - Graduate Only

PSEng is a groundbreaking process engineering graduate programme. The curriculum trains students in the process and energy industries for a career. It offers Master of Applied Science (Thesis-based) and Master of Engineering (Project or Co-op) to its students. Here the students are prepared to look at the whole process from point A (a raw material) to point Z (the desired end product). It does not actually deal with the processing of the raw base material, although acquisition awareness is a part of the teaching and research strategy of the U of R's programs.

Process Systems Engineers typically work in or hold the following job titles:

  • Design Engineer
  • Energy Engineer
  • Materials Engineer
  • Process Engineer
  • Production Engineer
  • Professor of Engineering
  • Project Engineer
  • Refining Engineer
  • Research Engineer etc.

Research Areas 

  • CO2 capture
  • Hydrogen production
  • Biofuels production
  • Biofuels processing
  • Fossil fuels processing and refining
  • Alternative energy production
  • Corrosion and materials engineering
  • Raw materials refining and processing
  • Gasification
  • Waste treatment

List of Labs

  • CO2 capture
  • Corrosion studies
  • Materials characterization
  • Energy conversion
  • Bio and fossil fuels processing; Hydrogen energy; Gasification; Petroleum processing; Environmental processing; Artificial Intelligence; Simulation

Pure Sciences

1. The Biology Department offers quality undergraduate teaching, graduate and postdoctoral fellow mentorship training. At the undergraduate level, concentrations in Cellular and Molecular Biology; and Ecology and Environmental Biology are available. In the fields of ecology and evolution, cell and molecular biology as well as organismal physiology and biochemistry, it offers both masters and doctoral degrees. Thesis-based graduate programs include both coursework and research, with the latter given more  importance. The Department of Biology is home to several of the top scientists in ecological environmental and cellular and molecular biology, in addition to its modern facilities for advanced molecular and environmental research.

2. The Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry offers Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Science Honours, thesis-based MSc and PhD degrees in chemistry and biochemistry. It includes ongoing research at Regina University in: Environmental Analytical Chemistry, Synthetic Chemistry, Computational Chemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics.

3. Computer Science Department offers computing information technology and software design and application-related research programs. Students may study full-time or part-time, earning a Certificate in Computer Science or B.Sc., M.Sc., or Ph.D. degrees. The accredited undergraduate degree programs in Computer Science and Software Development are complemented with Co-operative Education programs.

4. The Department of Economics offers a major and honors major in economics, a major in economics and society, several joint majors and honors majors, a BSc major and BSc honors major in economics and a joint BSc in statistics and economics. The department also offers a certificate and minor in economics.

5. The Geography Department involves studying both the human and physical environmental aspects such as settlement, population, economy, topography, climate, vegetation, and water. The department offers a Bachelor of Arts program through the Faculty of Arts, as well as a Bachelor of Science.

6. The Department of Mathematics and Statistics has three main areas of focus: Mathematics, Statistics, and Actuarial Science. These three disciplines form the basis of interdisciplinary programs such as Biology and Statistics, Economics and Statistics, and Mathematics and Mathematics Education. The department also has a strong graduate program and offers several bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and statistics.

7. The Department of Physics at the University of Regina offers programs leading to B.Sc. and B.Sc. Honours degrees in Pure and Applied/Industrial Physics and the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Experimental and Theoretical Subatomic Physics. Co-operative Education programs along with local industry play an important role in its undergraduate degree programs.
Students intending to join professional programs in other universities in the Faculty of Science can take their Pre-Professional programs. Professional programs are rarely direct admissions and often require two or more years of pre-admission undergraduate study.

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