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Inspiring Innovation

The Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science (FEAS) is a hotbed of leading-edge applied education and research. We are a dynamic faculty, with close to 4,000 undergraduate students enrolled in nine undergraduate programs, nearly 900 graduate students in eight master’s and five doctoral programs, over 150 faculty members - seven of whom hold Canada Research Chairs - and 75 administrative and technical staff.

All of our engineering programs have been accredited with the highest possible rating by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board. Our architecture program has also been granted full accreditation by the Canadian Architectural Certification Board.

Our Faculty houses one of only a few undergraduate aerospace engineering programs in the country, and the first and only accredited stand-alone undergraduate biomedical engineering program in English Canada. As the university moves forward, FEAS remains committed to excellence in education and research.

The George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre is a state-of-the-art facility spanning almost an entire city block in downtown Toronto.

FEAS is home to seven Canada Research Chairs, including Associate Dean Dr. Sri Krishnan.

Our undergraduate program in biomedical engineering is the first and only stand-alone accredited biomedical engineering program in English Canada.

Ryerson is part of a four-university partnership that received $1.4 million from Hydro One in March 2013 to help address the shortage of female engineers in Ontario. Photo courtesy Clifton Li.

FEAS is home to more than 150 faculty members - all experts in their fields who are keen on sharing their knowledge and guiding our students in research pursuits.

In 2010, FEAS launched the Centre for Urban Energy, a unique research and technology demonstration centre devoted to the discovery and commercialization of innovative, practical solutions to urban energy issues.

Ryerson's Aerospace Computational Laboratory is a hub for the High-Performance Computational Virtual Laboratory, a virtual supercomputer that supplies the GTA with the computational power needed to solve complex engineering problems.

Our mission

In FEAS, our mission is to inspire the innovation of our students and researchers to serve societal need and ultimately improve the quality of lives around the globe.

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