Electronic Systems EngineeringUniversity of Regina
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M.Eng. applicants from non-engineering backgrounds, or from backgrounds lacking course work normally taken by Canadian engineering undergraduates, are welcome. Applicants who lack experience in Engineering design, law, professionalism and ethics, and economics may be admitted as “qualifying students”. Students who satisfactorily complete the qualifying courses in their first year continue in the M.Eng. program. M.Eng. students normally are admitted only in the fall semester due to course sequencing and pre-requisites. The number of qualifying courses required may range from one to six undergraduate courses with a maximum of three courses in fall, winter, or spring/summer semesters, depending on the academic qualifications of the students._x000D_ _x000D_ Normally, applicants to the Ph.D. program will have completed a thesis based master’s degree in engineering or a closely related field. However, applicants with a M.Eng. degree may be admitted to the Ph.D. program but are required to take at least one additional course in research methodology. All M.A.Sc. and Ph.D. students must have an identified supervisor from Electronic Systems Engineering._x000D_ _x000D_ Students may transfer from the M.Eng./ESE to the M.A.Sc./ESE degree. Transfer to the M.A.Sc. program must be approved by ESE. Students are expected to satisfactorily complete at least two ENEL graduate level courses and the professional and ethics course ENGG 401 before they are eligible to transfer to the M.A.Sc. program.
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The University of Regina has roots in Regina College, a small residential high school established by the Methodist church in 1911. The College grew in size and significance becoming a campus of the University of Saskatchewan and, ultimately, an independent...
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