Come study with us!
Learn about USask Engineering direct entry program options:
USask Engineers make a difference in our daily world - from safe drinking water to sustainable agriculture, creating sustainable power systems, renewable energy, health, and beyond.
You are immediately part of our community. We care about you as an engineering student. At USask, you are more than a number. We are here to lift you up, connect you to jobs, and empower your journey.
1 in 3 of USask Engineering students receive scholarships covering over 1/3 of their annual tuition.
Over 80% of our students have an engineering job prior to convocation.
Earn your Bachelor of Science in Engineering
- We offer eight engineering programs accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board.
- We are a direct entry college with an innovative first-year program that's built to help you succeed.
- Your first year sets you up to succeed with:
Enhance your degree
Re-Engineered for your success
Indigenous Students in Engineering
We provide meaningful access to engineering for Indigenous Peoples, while we build and maintain respectful relationships with Indigenous communities.
We strive to provide an inclusive environment in the college that welcomes Indigenous Peoples. We highlight and celebrate Indigenous understanding.
Become a USask Engineer:
Be part of a tightknit community of faculty and students, build friendships for life in our extracurricular groups, get top-quality training that will help you excel in your career.
More reasons to enroll
Switch gears outside the classroom
USask Engineering is home to many award-winning student groups. Whether you want to design and build a race car, airplane or steel bridge, or create and market your own invention, there's a group where you can do that.
Test your skills
You will complete several design projects during your degree but perhaps the most exciting is the fourth-year Capstone Design Project. Your Capstone project allows you to apply top-down design principles to a year-long project, culminating in a presentation of a final working design.
Find more information about admission requirements and deadlines and how to apply.