BAS in Software Systems Engineering


  • HSC from Science Group with min 70% Marks
  • At least C in Two A Levels including Math
  • Academic IELTS - 6.5 overall (Minimum of 6.0 in each section is required.) or TOEFL iBT - 88 overall


  • 4 Years Program
  • Software Engineering
  • Co-op Available
Software Engineering - University of Regina

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Program Name: Bachelor of Applied Science in Software Systems Engineering (SSE)

Intake: September, January, May

The Bachelor of Applied Science in Software Systems Engineering from the University of Regina in Saskatchewan prepares you to develop software solutions from concept to completion.

Because this software systems engineering bachelor degree is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB), you graduate fully qualified to register with provincial/territorial engineering associations – the first step toward being a professional engineer!

U of R’s bachelor’s degree in software systems engineering features dedicated software development labs. These are available only to software systems engineering students so that you have access to the equipment you need to build critical skills.

You will learn from faculty with experience in everything from multimedia and mobile computing to transactional systems and security. Challenge yourself in classes such as:

  • Artificial intelligence
  • People-centered design
  • Internet-of-things
  • Networking and full-stack development

Plus, make the most of co-op experience/ internships, with the potential to earn $8,000-$13,000 per semester while you get valuable work experience that helps you compete for top software engineering jobs when you graduate.

U of R welcomes transfer students into the software systems engineering bachelor program. No matter where you started your degree, let us help you finish it.

Software systems engineering applies engineering approaches for designing, building, creating and maintaining reliable software products for the many software needs in our daily lives.

A software systems engineer brings expertise and talent to all aspects of software product creation:

  • Using systematic, disciplined and measurable approaches
  • Developing reliable, safe and maintainable complex software products

Why Study Software Systems Engineering at the University of Regina?

In addition to teaching you a systematic approach to software development, from idea to installation, this Bachelor of Applied Science degree in software systems engineering offers several opportunities for you to tailor your degree program to match your interests and goals, including opportunities to choose electives, work on research and study abroad.

Co-op / internship work experience

Thanks to the Co-operative Education & Internships program, you could earn between $8,000 and $13,000 per semester, alternating career-related work terms with semesters in class. Upon successfully completing your co-op requirements, U of R adds the co-op designation to your degree records. Co-op work experience gives you an edge when competing for top engineering jobs after graduation.

Dedicated labs

As a software systems engineering major at U of R, you enjoy access to dedicated labs only for students in the SSE degree program including:

  • Computer lab
  • App lab


Engineers Canada, the national engineering licensing body, under the direction of the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB), oversees the degree program accreditation process.

U of R validates engineering degree program quality through accreditation. This ensures graduates of our engineering degree programs meet professional requirements to become licensed engineers.

CAD $100
4 Years
Approx. $25,620 Per Year
Yes, Up to CAD $3,000 Entrance Scholarship available
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