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Undergraduate programs in the Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science provide students with a strong grounding in theoretical fundamentals supported by practical, professionally oriented learning experiences. Our courses, lab assignments, design projects, internships and co-op programs prepare students to hit the ground running from the moment they graduate. All of our engineering programs are accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board.

Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

For aerospace engineers, the sky isn't the limit - it's just the beginning. These engineers study advanced technologies to design and manufacture newer, more efficient vehicles that move through air and space, or across land and water.

Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical engineers make a tangible difference in the health of humanity. By applying engineering principles to medical problems, these engineers develop innovative solutions for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease and trauma.

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

Civil engineers create the infrastructure to support our civilization. Most of us cannot imagine a world without buildings, roads, bridges, a water supply, waste treatment facilities and power delivered to our homes. Civil engineers not only build these facilities, but manage and maintain them 24/7.

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Electrical engineers understand, manipulate and utilize electrical phenomena. They convert wind, solar and hydro-electric power into useable energy that we see in our everyday lives. It’s no surprise that these engineers can work in a variety of fields.

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

For mechanical engineers, the wheels are always turning. Machines intersect with our lives in many ways – from warm homes to cool cars to mechanical devices that help persons with physical disabilities. Mechanical engineers develop devices to drive generators, engines, turbines, artificial limbs, bio-mechanical implants, and more.

Architectural Science

Architectural Science

Architects transform our surroundings and are constantly developing more sustainable ways to effect change through design. This program prepares students for a wide range of professional roles in the construction industry.

Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Chemical engineers have their hands in almost all walks of life. They are the driving force behind environmentally friendly fuels, improved pollution control, cleaner air and water, better tasting food, faster silicon chips and new pharmaceuticals.

Computer Engineering

Computer Engineering

Every second, information moves across the globe – swiftly, silently and seamlessly. From gaming to digital communications, computer engineers keep us connected around-the-clock.

Industrial Engineering

Industrial Engineering

Can people and processes co-exist? Yes – with the help of industrial engineers of course! Industrial engineers study the human element in the design and operation of complex systems. They strive to make things better, faster, safer, more efficient and more economical.

Undeclared Engineering

Undeclared Engineering

This entry option provides students with the opportunity to learn more about the various engineering disciplines before selecting a plan of study. Because all of our engineering programs share a common first semester, students in undeclared engineering will be in-phase with the rest of their classmates when they declare their disciplines.