We offer guaranteed first choice of program to students who successfully complete all 10 technical common-core courses in their first year. No need to apply to enter the engineering discipline you want to pursue - the choice is yours.
Biomedical engineers work at the intersection of medicine, engineering, science and other disciplines to solve health challenges.
Chemical engineers convert raw materials into valuable products, or separate complex mixtures into their constituent components.
Civil engineering involves the conception, design, construction, operation, maintenance and management of many structures and systems vital to the public.
Electrical engineers explore and develop new and innovative technologies through the research and manipulation of electrical phenomena.
This unique transfer program allows you to combine an energy-related engineering technology diploma (from an approved polytechnic institute) with an engineering degree from the Schulich School of Engineering.
Geomatics engineering is an information technology discipline that deals with the acquisition, modeling, analysis and management of spacial data.
Mechanical engineers research, design, test, develop and construct various mechanical devices.
Software engineers use their specialized knowledge to develop, install, validate, and maintain software systems.
Sustainable systems engineering is a technical, transdisciplinary field focusing on how to design, integrate, and manage complex systems over their life cycles, with a goal of environmental, economic, and social sustainability.