CFEE

Links to Education and Training Institutions

  • University of Alberta, Chemicals Engineering
    Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering
    Visit the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering website for the University of Alberta, to find information about undergraduate and graduate programs. Degrees are offered at the BSc, MSc, and PhD levels in chemical engineering, materials engineering, and process control. You can also find links to faculty and staff members, events and seminars, alumni profiles, curriculum and course information, and research conducted by the department.
    Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering,
    University of Alberta,
    536 Chemical and Materials Engineering Building,
    Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2G6
    Tel:(780) 492-3321
    Fax:(780) 492-2881
  • University of Alberta, Materials Engineering
    A BSc degree in Materials Engineering from the University of Alberta provides excellent preparation for a career in industry or for graduate studies leading to an MSc or PhD degree. The University of Alberta has been offering this program for almost 40 years, and their solid reputation with industry keeps their graduates in demand across Canada and around the world. As an undergraduate student you will benefit from ongoing interaction with practising engineers throughout your degree program. Twenty-five students are admitted into the Materials Engineering program each year. Students may choose from the Co-op route or the traditional four-year program. The small number of students in the program means that classes are small and there are many individual, as well as teamwork opportunities, in laboratory and design courses.
    Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering,
    University of Alberta,
    536 Chemical and Materials Engineering Building,
    Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2G6
    Tel:(780) 492-3321
    Fax:(780) 492-3321
  • University of Alberta, Civil Engineering
    The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Alberta, is one of the largest civil engineering departments in Canada. It is also home to the school of Mining and Petroleum Engineering. In fact, it has one of the strongest Civil and Environmental Engineering programs in North America. The school offers degree specializations and conducts active research in all of the major disciplines in the field. Find out more about their undergraduate, graduate, and cooperative education programs at their website.
    Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, School of Mining and Petroleum Engineering (SMPE),
    3-133 Markin/CNRL Natural Resources Engineering Facility,
    University of Alberta,
    Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2W2
    Tel:(780) 492-4235
    Fax:(780) 492-0249

  • University of Alberta, Computer Engineering,
    The Computer Engineering program at the U of A provides students with a broad background in the theory and application of hardware and software technologies. As a result, graduates are qualified for positions as diverse as traditional computer science positions (eg. software designer, computer systems designer) to electrical engineering positions (eg. electronics circuit designer). The program has also been recently expanded to include a new Software Option. This option is concerned with the systematic and comprehensive development of software systems. The software option focusses on engineering design principles, the discrete and continuous mathematics, logic and the theory of software.
    The Director of Computer Engineering,
    Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
    2nd Floor, ECERF Building,
    Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2V4
    Tel:(780) 492-3332
    Fax:(780) 492-1811


  • University of Alberta, Electrical Engineering
    The Electrical Engineering program builds an understanding of theoretical concepts early in the program and then gives students the tools to develop more in-depth knowledge in their fields of interest. Introductory courses explore the fundamentals of electricity and magnetism, the laws governing analog electric circuits, and introduce digital circuitry. In the third and fourth years of study, students are able to investigate specific areas of electrical engineering, while maintaining a broad outlook. Practical experience is integral to the program. Laboratory experiments form a required element of many courses while in the final year of study students must complete a capstone design project.
    Electrical & Computer Engineering Research Facility,
    2nd Floor, ECERF, (9107 - 116 Street),
    University of Alberta,
    Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2V4
    Tel:(780) 492-3332
    Fax:(780) 492-1811

  • University of Alberta, Mining Engineering
    Mining Engineering at the University of Alberta ranks among the very best in North America. Their location within a larger Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering facilitates synergies between core mining courses and research and various other disciplines in the department. Students have the ability to take courses in affiliated areas such as geotechnical, environmental, construction, and water resources engineering. The curriculum is designed to prepare prospective mining engineers with the tools to succeed in a variety of career opportunities including ore reserve analyst, mine planning engineer, mine production engineer, mineral economist, mine systems engineer, mine maintenance engineer, mine geotechnical engineer, mine reclamation engineer and mine manager.
    School of Mining & Petroleum Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering,
    3-133 Markin/CNRL Natural Resources Engineering Facility,
    University of Alberta,
    Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2W2
    Tel:(780) 492-4235
    Fax:(780) 492-0249

  • University of Alberta, Petroleum Engineering
    For the past five decades the University of Alberta has offered the only accredited BSc Petroleum Engineering degree program in the country. Situated in Canada
  • University of Alberta , Engineering Physics
    The Engineering Physics program, offered in cooperation with the Department of Physics, leads to the degree of BSc in Engineering Physics. It is more fundamental than the Electrical Engineering program and provides students with an extensive background in mathematics and physics. In this program, the core material consists of courses in the basic sciences and electrical engineering. This provides a basis for more intensive studies in a number of specialized areas in Electrical Engineering. These areas are covered by elective courses chosen to meet the student's requirements. Some of these areas are lasers, plasmas, communications, microelectronics, microwave, and high vacuum.
    Division of Engineering Physics, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
    Civil/Electrical Engineering Building, Room 238,
    University of Alberta,
    Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2G7
    Tel:(403) 492-4438
    Fax:(403) 492-1811

  • University of Calgary, Chemical and Petroleum Engineering
    The Department of Chemical Engineering offers a diverse and challenging program aimed at acquainting students with subjects common to all engineering disciplines and to the processing steps used to convert materials to more usable forms. There is also a strong emphasis on computer skills, and many courses involve the application of computer modelling software commonly used in industry. Teams of students will use their detailed knowledge to design a complete industrial process for a specific product such as polyethylene. These projects are usually industry oriented and prepare students for real-life industrial experience. Students are also offered elective courses such as biochemical or environment studies as well as a minor in Petroleum Engineering.
    Schulich School of Engineering,
    University of Calgary,
    EN B202, 2500 University Drive N.W.,
    Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4,
    Tel:(403) 220-5751
    Fax:(403) 284-4852
    huttons@ucalgary.ca

  • University of Calgary, Computer Engineering
    The Computer Engineering Program focuses on math, science and engineering principles, including electricity, magnetism, and computing in the first year. In the second year, the concentration increases on math, circuits, computing, and computer communications. In the final year, students take advanced computer architecture and computer languages. They also participate in team design projects under the direct supervision of a faculty member. Students can select electives such as system engineering, graphics and more. Computer engineers will find an array of career opportunities available to them in the exciting and rapidly developing field of computer technology, whether they choose to work in research, telecommunications, health care, manufacturing, consulting, or the public sector.
    Schulich School of Engineering,
    University of Calgary, ICT 402,
    2500 University Drive N.W.,
    Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4
    Tel:(403) 220-5806
    Fax:(403) 282-6855
    info@enel.ucalgary.ca
  • University of Calgary, Electrical Engineering
    Electrical engineering is an exciting field of study, which encompasses almost all walks of daily life. Electrical engineering concepts are used extensively in telecommunication, space technology, information processing, and medical imaging. In the first year of the Electrical Engineering Program, students are introduced to the basic concepts of electric machines, electronic devices, circuits and networks, radio communication, computers and control systems. In the final year, students learn more about microelectronics, digital system design, control, power systems, and advanced topics such as digital communication, microwaves, and fibreoptics. The Department offers a wide range of electives so that students may choose courses that match their interests. There are also courses for students to work on advanced-level projects under the guidance of a professor.
    Schulich School of Engineering,
    University of Calgary,
    ICT 402, 2500 University Drive N.W.,
    Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4
    Tel:(403) 220-5806
    Fax:(403) 282-6855
    info@enel.ucalgary.ca
  • University of Calgary, Electrical Engineering
    Electrical engineering is an exciting field of study, which encompasses almost all walks of daily life. Electrical engineering concepts are used extensively in telecommunication, space technology, information processing, and medical imaging. In the first year of the Electrical Engineering Program, students are introduced to the basic concepts of electric machines, electronic devices, circuits and networks, radio communication, computers and control systems. In the final year, students learn more about microelectronics, digital system design, control, power systems, and advanced topics such as digital communication, microwaves, and fibreoptics. The Department offers a wide range of electives so that students may choose courses that match their interests. There are also courses for students to work on advanced-level projects under the guidance of a professor.
    Schulich School of Engineering,
    University of Calgary,
    ICT 402, 2500 University Drive N.W.,
    Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4
    Tel:(403) 220-5806
    Fax:(403) 282-6855
    info@enel.ucalgary.ca
  • University of Calgary, Software Engineering
    The Software Engineering Program at the University of Calgary is fully accredited by the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers (CCPE). Accreditation by the CCPE means that graduates will be accepted as Engineers in Training (EIT) in all 10 Canadian provinces and in many other countries such as the US, UK, Australia, Hong Kong. The Software Engineering Program at the University of Calgary starts with a first year curriculum comprising fundamentals of math, science, and engineering principles. In second year, the students begin to concentrate on applied math, circuits, programming, and computer architecture. And in the final year the students can customize their program by selecting from a wide range of technical electives such as graphics, computer and digital systems, computer communication, networks, information and business systems, and more.
    Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary, ICT 402,
    2500 University Drive N.W.,
    Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4
    Tel:(403) 220-5806
    Fax:(403) 282-6855
    info@enel.ucalgary.ca
  • University of Calgary, Civil Engineering
    Civil engineering students are exposed to the basics of the discipline before specialization. Small lectures and laboratory classes facilitate student-staff interaction. Courses in sub-disciplines such as materials science, structures, water resources engineering, project management, geotechnical engineering, transportation planning, and solid mechanics are compulsory in the first eighteen months of the civil engineering program. In the final year, students take a full year design project plus their choice of eight out of eighteen available optional courses. Minors are offered in Environmental, Transportation, and Structural Engineering. Situated in a city with increasing growth and innovation, the Civil Engineering Program at the University of Calgary prepares students with a core of knowledge that can be applied both locally and abroad.
    Schulich School of Engineering,
    University of Calgary,
    EN F262, 2500 University Drive N.W.,
    Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4
    Tel:(403) 220-5821
    Fax:(403) 282-7026
    wilsoa@ucalgary.ca
  • University of Calgary, Geomatics Engineering
    Geomatics engineering is a growing information technology discipline, which is increasingly improving life in the 21st century. The Geomatics Engineering Program is an example of the Schulich School of Engineering's successful adaptation to the world's information and communication needs. The Department is only one of two major departments in Canada and holds a reputation in the areas of positioning, location and navigation that is internationally recognized. In the fourth term, courses relate to estimation, geodesy, geospatial information systems, land tenure, photogrammetry, hydrography, surveying, remote sensing, and positioning. Small classes, laboratories, and field experiments promote frequent and valuable student-staff interaction, and a two-week field camp is held to familiarize students with equipment and geomatic techniques.
    Schulich School of Engineering,
    University of Calgary,
    EN E228, 2500 University Drive N.W.,
    Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4
    Tel:(403) 220-5834
    Fax:(403) 284-1980
    geomatics@geomatics.ucalgary.ca
  • University of Calgary, Mechanical Engineering
    The Mechanical Engineering Program builds on the sound foundations of a three-term common curriculum. Following a prescribed program of courses in thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, materials science, and design, students in their final year can opt into either the Mechatronics minor, which is the synergistic combination of mechanical engineering, computer and control systems technology, or the Petroleum Engineering minor, which deals with fuel sciences, drilling and offshore applications of mechanical engineering. Traditionally, most graduate engineers have found rewarding careers in Alberta. Others have met the challenge of working in the Arctic, in offshore development projects, and in engineering offices throughout the world.
    Schulich School of Engineering,
    University of Calgary,
    ME B507, 2500 University Drive N.W.,
    Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4
    Tel:(403) 220-5771
    Fax:(403) 282-8406
    undseth@ucalgary.ca
  • University of Calgary, Manufacturing Engineering
    The Manufacturing Engineering Program is the same as the Mechanical Engineering Program for the first two years before introducing specialized courses during the third and fourth years. Engineering students are offered a rigorous grounding in mathematics, sciences, computing, communications, engineering principles, and design. This provides a foundation for their engineering training and exposes them to the variety of engineering disciplines they will choose to specialize in later. These topics include robotics and automation, computer-aided design (CAD), integrated manufacturing systems, knowledge-based systems, and various managerial subjects. Students may also pursue a Mechatronics Minor, which is the synergistic combination of mechanical engineering, electronics, computer and control systems technology.
    Schulich School of Engineering,
    University of Calgary,
    ME B507, 2500 University Drive N.W.,
    Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4
    Tel:(403) 220-5771
    Fax:(403) 282-8406
    undseth@ucalgary.ca
  • University of Calgary, Oil and Gas Engineering Program
    The Oil and Gas Engineering Program builds on the basic science and technology subjects common to all engineering disciplines. Engineers in this field gain a sound understanding of geological principles and learn to integrate them with the principles of energy and mass conservation and thermodynamics. The Oil and Gas Engineering Program shares a number of courses with the Chemical Engineering Program. Courses in reservoir, petroleum production, drilling, well logging and formation evaluation, well testing, oil field safety and environmental impacts, improved recovery techniques, and oil and gas treating processes, provide the basic technologies associated with oil and gas engineering. Calgary is Canada's Energy Capital, therefore, graduates of the University of Calgary Oil and Gas Engineering Program are trained with industry relevant knowledge and meet employment needs.
    Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary, EN B202, 2500 University Drive N.W., Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4
    Tel:(403) 220-5751
    Fax:(403) 284-4852
    huttons@ucalgary.ca
  • University of Calgary, Biomedical Engineering Specialization (BMES)
    The Biomedical Engineering Specialization (BMES) is an Undergraduate program offered by the Schulich School of Engineering at the University of Calgary. The program educates and trains students with high academic achievement for a research or industry-related career in Biomedical Engineering. The BMES can be completed in parallel with a regular Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering. This means that students will be trained in a traditional engineering discipline, while obtaining knowledge in biological and medical science. To find out more about the program, including course requirements, scholarships, and other opportunities, visit the Biomedical Engineering web page for the University of Calgary.
    Department of Civil Engineering,
    Schulich School of Engineering,
    University of Calgary,
    2500 University Drive N.W.,
    Calgary, Alberta, T2N 1N4
    Tel:(403) 220-4818
    bmesinfo@ucalgary.ca
  • University of Calgary,Project Management Specialization
    The Project Management Specialization at the University of Calgary is jointly sponsored by the Schulich School of Engineering and the Haskayne School of Business. This program is the only Project Management program in Canada that has the expertise in both engineering and business. The Project Management Specialization offers opportunities for special studies and research on both a full time and part-time basis and offers graduate degrees in Ph.D., M.Sc., M.Eng. and Diploma. The Project Management Specialization program has various research projects with the support of various industries.
    University of Calgary,
    Project Management Specialization,
    Dept. of Civil Engineering,
    EN F262, 2500 University Drive N.W.,
    Calgary, Alberta Canada. T2N 1N4
    Tel:(403) 220-4816
    Fax:403-282-7026
    project@ucalgary.ca
  • University of Calgary, Transportation Engineering Specialization
    The Civil Engineer specializing in transportation engineering can be responsible for the planning, design, construction and maintenance of transportation systems. Solving the world's transportation problems requires an understanding of the various factors which impinge on the problem, such as economic viability, environmental protection, safety, social needs of the community, political pressures and engineering constraints. The Theme school at the University of Calgary provides students interested in transportation issues with a cross-disciplinary approach to the study, and with a mix of theory and practical experience that will help them in gaining employment in the transportation sector both in Canada and around the world. Graduates are employed in a number of areas including; the City of Calgary's Transportation Department, transportation consultants and highway contractors or can go onto graduate studies at university.
    Department of Civil Engineering,
    University of Calgary,
    2500 University Drive NW,
    Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4
    Tel:(403) 220-5821
    Fax:(403) 282-7026

  • University of British Columbia, Chemical and Biological Engineering
    The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering offers two four-year programs, Chemical Engineering (including Process and Environmental Engineering options) and Chemical and Biological Engineering (the Biological option). The programs can also be taken as a five-year co-op program with one 4-month and two 8-month work terms. Students enter the Department during their second year of study towards the B.A.Sc. degree. The objective of these programs is to provide a well-rounded, basic chemical engineering education with options in process, environmental and biological engineering. The core of the program taken by all students consists of a series of courses in physical sciences, mathematics, process engineering, transport phenomena, kinetics, separations, design, and engineering economics. The CHBE undergraduate programs train all students to be competent engineers, through lecture courses, laboratories, problem sessions, research and design experiences.
    Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering,
    University of British Columbia,
    2216 Main Mall,
    Vancouver, British Columbia V6T 1Z4
    Tel:(604) 822-3238
    Fax:(604) 822-6003
    web@chml.ubc.ca
  • University of British Columbia, Civil Engineering
    The undergraduate program leading to the B.A.Sc. degree in Civil Engineering is designed to provide students with a grounding in both basic sciences and specific civil engineering skills. The first year common engineering program and the second year program in civil engineering include fundamental courses in mathematics, physics, chemistry, solid mechanics, fluid mechanics and structures. In the third and fourth years, the curriculum consists largely of civil engineering courses in various sub-disciplines including environmental, geotechnical, hydraulics, structures, and transportation engineering. Laboratory work is carried out in the third and fourth years. In their final year, students work in groups on a design or laboratory project; and a number of technical elective courses in the final year allow the student to take additional courses in a preferred area of civil engineering.
    Department of Civil Engineering,
    Univeristy of British Columbia,
    6250 Applied Science Lane, Rm 2010,
    Vancouver, British Columbia, V6T 1Z4
    Tel:(604) 822-2637
    Fax:(604) 822-6901
    info@civil.ubc.ca
  • University of British Columbia, Electrical and Computer Engineering
    Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) offers exciting opportunities for students in the rapidly evolving fields of information and communication technology and the latest advances in the more traditional areas of power, control, and electromagnetics. Undergraduate students can choose from several program options including project-based and cooperative education programs. The graduate school offers two Master's programs and a Doctoral program and currently enrolls over 350 students from many countries. The undergraduate programs consist of three eight month academic sessions either following First Year Engineering or following a bridging program from First Year Science. The Second Year of the undergraduate programs are common to both Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering. Electrical and Computer Engineering also offers a Cooperative Education Program and a Project Integrated Program.
    Electrical and Computer Engineering,
    The University of British Columbia,
    2356 Main Mall,
    Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4
    Tel:(604) 822-2872
    Fax:(604) 822-5949
    info@ece.ubc.ca
  • University of British Columbia, Engineering Physics
    With a strong foundation of challenging academics, project courses, and co-op work experience, the Engineering Physics Program provides students with the skills and experience needed to develop new technology and interdisciplinary engineering projects. All students in the Program take high-level math and physics courses as well as engineering courses in the areas of: Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. In the second year, students take courses in each of these areas and then choose one of four possible options as their specialty prior to the beginning of their third year. A 5-year program, Engineering Physics is one of the most competitive engineering programs at UBC. It is fully accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board. Sixty students are admitted each year.
    Dr. Bill McCutcheon,
    Engineering Physics Director,
    The University of British Columbia,
    Hennings Building, Room 262,
    6224 Agricultural Road,
    Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z1
    Tel:(604) 822-6234
    mccutche@physics.ubc.ca
  • University of British Columbia, Geological Engineering
    Geological Engineering is a field in which principles of geoscience are used to solve engineering and environmental problems. It connects geology, civil engineering and other fields (e.g. mining, geography, forestry) to provide a versatile set of skills applicable to a wide range of contemporary problems. The Geological Engineering Program at UBC is an interdisciplinary program that is housed in the Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences (Faculty of Science). The undergraduate program leads to the B.A.Sc. or "Engineering" Degree. This degree can be obtained with or without participation in the Co-op Program.
    Roger Beckie, Ph.D., Director,
    Geological Engineering Program,
    Associate Professor,
    Geology Office, EOS - South 257,
    The Frank Forward Building,
    309-6350 Stores Road,
    Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4
    Tel:(604) 822-6462
    rbeckie@eos.ubc.ca
  • University of British Columbia, Integrated Engineering
    The Integrated Engineering (IGEN) program is intended to provide students with a broad, non-specialized engineering education. Rather than earning a degree in only one specific area of engineering, IGEN students gain background in core disciplines such as: materials, solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, and systems involving chemical, electro-mechanical, and biological components. In addition to the core, students have the freedom of choosing 18 credits of technical electives to explore their interests further or expand their horizons. The program is fully accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board. The program emphasizes engineering design through design project courses taken in each term. Usually the design projects directly involve knowledge gained in courses part of the IGEN program, but some projects require students to do some independent learning.
    University of British Columbia,
    Integrated Engineering, Frank Forward Building, Rm 517,
    6350 Stores Road,
    Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4
    Tel: (604) 822-4725
    Fax: (604) 822-5599

  • University of British Columbia, Materials Engineering
    Students interested in Materials Engineering take one year of general engineering, followed by three years in the Department of Metals & Materials Engineering. The first year of engineering emphasizes fundamental skills in mathematics, physics, and chemistry. In the second year, the student applies this knowledge to engineering problems. Introductory courses such as mechanics of materials, metallurgical thermodynamics, processing, and materials in design provide an overview and an introduction to the discipline. In the third and fourth years, students tend to concentrate either on materials processing or materials science and engineering. The fourth year places heavy emphasis on engineering design, including a major team project. The Metals & Materials Engineering program also includes an optional Co-operative Education Program which permits students to integrate academic courses with a number of work terms in industry. Further information may be obtained from the Co-operative Education Office at (604) 822-3022.
    The University of British Columbia,
    Frank Forward Building,
    309-6350 Stores Road,
    Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4
    Tel:(604) 822-2676
    Fax:(604) 822-3619
    enquiry@mmat.ubc.ca
  • University of British Columbia, Mechanical Engineering
    Mechanical Engineering is a diverse profession that lies at the crossroads of all the engineering disciplines. Mechanical Engineers not only design machinery, they are also at the forefront of biomechanics, environment protection, energy conservation, and many other vital fields. The undergraduate Engineering education at UBC spans four academic years. The first year has a common curriculum for all the engineering disciplines. At the start of the second year, students join Mechanical Engineering and complete three further years of study. Several options are available within UBC Mechanical Engineering. A very practical choice is the Co-op program. This combines industrial work experience with academic studies, and greatly increases employment opportunities after graduation. Other specialized options allow you to follow your particular interests. Available choices include Mechatronics Option, Information Technology, Commerce, and Thermofluids.
    Department of Mechanical Engineering,
    The University of British Columbia,
    2054-6250 Applied Science Lane,
    Vancouver, B.C., V6T 1Z4
    Tel:(604) 822-2781
    Fax:(604) 822-2403
    reception@mech.ubc.ca
  • University of British Columbia, Mining Engineering
    Mining Engineering is concerned with the optimal exploitation of mineral resources while minimizing environmental impact. The discipline requires a broad knowledge of engineering and scientific subjects and is one of the most critical contributors to social and economic life. To become an mining engineer requires gaining a thorough knowledge of general engineering principles followed by studying courses specific to mining and mineral processing. These courses are designed to cover a wide and diverse range of subjects in order to meet the challenges that will faced in the mining industry. The Department of Mining Engineering at UBC has made a commitment to fostering responsible mining practices. They are dedicated to producing mining engineers that are able to meet the complex challenges of an ever-changing world.
    Mining Engineering Department,
    University of British Columbia,
    5th Floor, 6350 Stores Road,
    Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4
    Tel:(604) 822-2540
    Fax:(604) 822-5599
    info@mining.ubc.ca
  • Simon Fraser University, Engineering Science
    Engineering Science at SFU has an international reputation for excellence. Focusing on high technology and combining intensive classroom and laboratory education with industry work terms, the School is fully accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board. Students can specialize in microelectronics, telecommunications, robotics, biomedical engineering and computer aided design. Engineering Science students develop skills in systems design along with high levels of scientific knowledge and communications abilities. The program is intense, fast-paced and aimed at superior students. The School produces innovative and entrepreneurial graduates who are in demand in the Canadian and international high tech industry. Students use computers and computer graphic tools extensively for conceptualization, design and analysis.
    The School of Engineering Science,
    Simon Fraser University,
    8888 University Drive,
    Burnaby, BC, V5A 1S6
    Tel:(604) 291-5885
    Fax:(604) 268-6804
    ensc-adm@sfu.ca
  • Simon Fraser University, Masters of Engineering Science
    The M.Eng. program is designed for part-time study by practicing engineers and is based on a set of courses, normally offered in the evenings, plus a project performed in industry. The principal areas of study offered in the M.Eng. program are electronics, communications and signal processing. The M.A.Sc., on the other hand, is a full-time program in which primary emphasis is on the thesis, rather than course work. It is more exploratory than the M.Eng., and hence the areas of study cover a greater range. The normal admission requirement to the M.Eng. and M.A.Sc. program is a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Engineering Science or a related area, with a cumulative G.P.A. of at least 3.0 (B) from a recognized university, or the equivalent.
    Office of the Dean of Graduate Studies (DGS),
    Maggie Benston Student Services Centre 1100,
    Simon Fraser University,
    8888 University Drive,
    Burnaby, BC, V5A 1S6
    Tel:(604) 291-3042
    Fax:(604) 291-3080
    enscgrad@sfu.ca
  • University of Victoria, Electrical and Computer Engineering
    The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) offers programs leading to the B.Eng. degree in Electrical Engineering, the B.Eng. degree in Computer Engineering and, jointly with the Department of Computer Science, the BSENG degree (Bachelor of Software Engineering). The B.Eng. degree program is highly structured. In your first year, all students take the same Engineering core courses regardless of which program or specialization they eventually pursue. The Engineering core includes courses in Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science, Engineering Fundamentals, English, and Chemistry. Once students enter second year they will select a specific department and degree program. The inclusion of the mandatory co-op work terms lengthen the program, but provide an added bonus of amassing two years worth of relevant work experience.
    Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
    University of Victoria,
    EOW 448, 3800 Finnerty Rd.,
    Victoria, B.C. V8P 5C2
    Tel:(250) 721-8614
    Fax:(250) 721-6052

  • University of Victoria, Mechanical Engineering
    The B. Eng program provides a solid engineering background in the first three years, and a variety of options through technical electives in the fourth year. The technical electives allow specialization within areas of Advanced Manufacturing, Advanced Materials, Control and Robotics, Computer Aided Engineering and Engineering Design, Integrated Energy Systems and Thermodynamics, Thermo-Fluids and Aerodynamics. Our co-operative education combines practical work experience with academic studies. A Management Option allows students to obtain fundamental studies in business while completing their ME program, and a new Mechatronics and Embedded Systems Option further improves the diversity and quality of the ME program.
    University of Victoria,
    Department of Mechanical Engineering,
    Engineering Office Wing,
    Room 548, 3800 Finnerty Road,
    Victoria, BC, V8W 2Y2
    Tel:(250) 721-8895
    Fax:(250) 721-6051
    MEGeneral@me.uvic.ca
  • University of New Brunswick, Chemical Engineering
    Chemical Engineering brings the study of physical materials (physics and chemistry) together with practical engineering methods and techniques. The program in Chemical Engineering at UNB provides the basic scientific and engineering knowledge for the design, construction and operation of equipment and plants that process materials by chemical and physical operations into desired products. The curriculum is aimed at provision of a broad background in the underlying sciences of Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics, and detailed knowledge of Chemical Engineering principles.
    Department of Chemical Engineering,
    University of New Brunswick,
    P.O. Box 4400, 15 Dineen Dr.,
    Fredericton, NB, E3B 5A3
    Tel:(506) 453-4520
    Fax:(506) 453-3591
    cheugrad@unb.ca
  • University of New Brunswick, Civil Engineering
    UNB Civil Engineering offers students a comprehensive program through a variety of courses, labs, and extracurricular activities. Many of UNB graduates have gone on to successful careers in engineering, business, and other occupations. The UNB Civil Engineering program can be completed in four years, and the school offers a Co-op option as well.
    The Department of Civil Engineering,
    University of New Brunswick,
    H-124, Head Hall, 17 Dineen Drive,
    P.O. Box 4400,
    Fredericton, N.B., E3B 5A3
    Tel:(506) 453-4521
    Fax:(506) 453-3568

    civileng@unb.ca
  • University of New Brunswick, Electrical Engineering
    Electrical Engineering involves the application of electrical principles to making our world a brighter and better place to live. From electrical power distribution to microelectronics, industrial robots, high speed communications satellites, and even the latest video game consoles, electrical engineers are key players in a very wide variety of areas. Electrical engineers study basic science and math, and take engineering courses in design and analysis, electronics, digital systems, electric machines, control systems, and electromagnetics. All students have a chance to enhance their studies with a choice of extra courses in such fields as microprocessors, robotics, fiber optics, instrumentation, communications, biomedical engineering or power systems.
    Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
    University of New Brunswick,
    P.O. Box 4400,
    15 Dineen Dr., Head Hall, Room D36,
    Fredericton, NB, E3B 5A3
    Tel:(506) 453-4561
    Fax:(506) 453-3589
    scormier@unb.ca
  • University of New Brunswick, Computer Engineering
    Computer Engineering is a multi-disciplinary program that combines the two disciplines of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. The applications of Computer Engineering are highly diversified with an emphasis on the application of computers in solving real-world problems. Students in Computer Engineering develop an expertise with interfacing and integrating computers and computer communications for creating new and innovative products and services. Engine control computers, industrial distributed computer control systems, DVD players, wireless computer networks, embedded computers and computer games are but a few.
    Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
    University of New Brunswick,
    P.O. Box 4400,
    15 Dineen Dr., Head Hall, Room D36,
    Fredericton, NB, E3B 5A3
    Tel:(506) 453-4561
    Fax:(506) 453-3589
    scormier@unb.ca
  • University of New Brunswick, Forest Engineering
    The BScF program focuses on forest ecosystem management with a blend of courses in basic, biophysical, social, and management sciences. Opportunity for students to pursue an education of substantial personal choice is provided by elective courses that can be organized in areas of concentration leading to minors. Observations and experimentation in a forested environment are critical to the education of professional foresters so work in natural settings is an important part of many courses. Extensive use is made of University forests which total 2,900 hectares in area, with the 1,500 hectare UNB Woodlot, adjacent to the Fredericton campus, used most often.
    Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management,
    P.O. Box 44555,
    28 Dineen Drive,
    University of New Brunswick
    Fredericton, NB E3B 6C2
    Tel:(506) 453-4501
    Fax:(506) 453-3538

  • University of New Brunswick, Geomatics Engineering
    The Geomatics Engineering program is offered by the Department of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering. Interesting and challenging professional careers in land or cadastral surveying, engineering surveying, mapping, photogrammetry and geodesy are open to graduates. Undergraduate geomatics students are required to obtain at least six months relevant practical experience, through co-operative education, and to prepare a technical report, normally based on this experience, prior to graduation.
    Department of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering,
    Univeristy of New Brunswick,
    E Level, Head Hall,
    15 Dineen Drive,
    P.O. Box 4400,
    Fredericton, NB, E3B 5A3
    Tel:(506) 453-4698
    Fax:(506) 453-4943
    gge@unb.ca
  • University of New Brunswick, Geological Engineering
    Geological Engineering is concerned with the exploration, conservation, utilization and management of earth materials and the resources of the earth's crust. Geological engineers apply the principles of earth sciences and engineering to find and extract earth-bound energy such as oil and geothermal sources and mineral wealth and metal resources. Three options are available within the Geological Engineering program: Geoenvironmental, Geotechnical and Mineral Resources. Each of these options is built on a common core of courses which provides the geological engineer with the basic sciences and engineering principles required for his/her profession. This core consists of about 80 percent of the total requirements for the program.
    Dr. Karl Butler, Director, Geological Engineering Program,
    Department of Geology,
    University of New Brunswick,
    Head Hall, Room H-124,
    P.O. Box 4400,
    Fredericton, N.B., E3B 5A3
    Tel:(506) 458-7210
    Fax:(506) 453-5055
    GE-Program@unb.ca
  • University of New Brunswick, Mechanical Engineering
    The Department of Mechanical Engineering provides instruction leading to the degree Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BScE). The curriculum for the Mechanical Engineering program includes a core of basic Mathematics, Science, Business and Humanities subjects, and is structured around a sequence of essential Mechanical Engineering subjects and design instruction. The central theme behind an education in Mechanical Engineering is the engineered production, transformation, conversion, transmission and control of "mechanical" energy and materials. The Department offers some specialization programs to better suit the interests of its students. These include: Mechatronics, Manufacturing Engineering, Nuclear and Power Plant Engineering, and Instrumentation and Control.
    Department of Mechanical Engineering,
    15 Dineen Drive,
    Head Hall, Room HE-41,
    The University of New Brunswick,
    P.O. Box 4400,
    Fredericton, NB, E3B 5A3
    Tel:(506) 453-4513
    Fax:(506) 453-5025
    meceng01@unb.ca
  • University of New Brunswick, Master of Engineering in Environmental Studies
    The M.Eng in Environmental Studies program is designed for individuals with an engineering background. As well, individuals with closely-related education or professional qualifications may be considered. The program is also ideal for practising engineers wishing to obtain an M.Eng. Degree on a part-time basis. The Faculty of Engineering at UNB Fredericton has expanded and revitalized its M.Eng. in Environmental Studies. The program covers a range of environmental topics, yet lets you focus on specific engineering disciplines. The co-operative option gives you the possibility of employment for one term with provincial and national companies in the environmental engineering business.
    Faculty of Engineering,
    University of New Brunswick,
    P.O. Box 4400,
    15 Dineen Dr.,
    Fredericton, New Brunswick, E3B 5A3,
    Attn: Dr. Liuchen Chang
    Tel:(506) 447-3145
    Fax:(506) 453-3589
    Lchang@unb.ca
  • Memorial University of Newfoundland, Civil Engineering
    Civil engineering is one of the oldest engineering professions. The accomplishments of civil engineers surround us everyday in the cities we live in, the buildings we work in and the roads we drive on. The Civil Engineering program provides students with a broad introduction to the scientific principles and engineering techniques necessary for an understanding of the fundamental problems faced by civil engineers. In the last three terms of the program, students may also choose to pursue offshore oil and gas engineering options. Such courses might include courses like environmental aspects of offshore oil development, design for ocean and ice environments, safety and risk engineering, and offshore structures and materials.
    Dr. Hesham Marzouk, Discipline Chair,
    Civil Engineering,
    Memorial University of Newfoundland,
    St. John' s, NL, A1B 3X5
    Tel:(709) 737-8804
    Fax: (709) 737-4042
    civilchair@engr.mun.ca

  • Memorial University of Newfoundland, Computer Engineering
    If you want to be an engineer of the future, and solve practical engineering problems in this technological revolution, computer engineering is the program for you. It will give you opportunities to participate in the design of the next generation of exciting new computer products. You can design the software or hardware that allows computer-based systems to deliver increasingly sophisticated services and applications, or design communication networks for the Internet; the options are endless. Memorial's computer engineering program prepares graduates to work as professional engineers by emphasizing a hands-on approach.
    Dr. Howard Heys, Discipline Chair,
    Electrical and Computer Engineering,
    Memorial University of Newfoundland,
    St. John's, NL, A1B 3X5
    Tel:(709) 737-8804
    Fax:(709) 737-4042
    ecechair@engr.mun.ca

  • Memorial University of Newfoundland, Electrical Engineering
    Electrical engineering is a fast-changing and diversified field concerned with the generation and transfer of energy and information. Electrical engineers are involved in the analysis, design, and manufacture of a huge variety of devices, systems, and processes involving electricity. Memorial University
  • Memorial University of Newfoundland, Mechanical Engineering
    The mechanical engineering program at Memorial offers students a challenging educational experience that will prepare them well for a career in many different areas. Students are exposed to the fundamentals of controls, design, materials, mechanics, and thermo-fluids. The fundamentals are then incorporated into solutions to realistic engineering design problems. As part of the mechanical engineering program at Memorial, you will study courses in mechanics, solid mechanics, vibration, controls, design, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, mathematics, materials, mechanical systems, and basic electronics.
    Dr. Gary Sabin,
    Discipline Chair,
    Mechanical Engineering,
    Memorial University of Newfoundland,
    St. John's, NL, A1B 3X5
    Tel:(709) 737-8935
    Fax:(709) 737-4042
    mechchair@engr.mun.ca

  • Memorial University of Newfoundland, Ocean and Naval Architectural Engineering
    Memorial's Ocean and Naval Architectural Engineering Program is rated as one of the top programs of its kind in North America and is the only cooperative program in ocean and naval architectural engineering in the world. It is also the only accredited undergraduate program specifically in naval architecture in Canada. The program is designed both to provide graduates for the traditional role in shipbuilding and to provide for highly qualified professionals who can work in related ocean industries such as marine services, offshore engineering, submersibles and other advanced marine vehicles. The undergraduate program is also a thorough preparation for graduate studies, research and consulting in ocean engineering.
    Claude Daley,
    Discipline Chair,
    Ocean and Naval Architectural Engineering,
    Memorial University of Newfoundland,
    St. John's, NL, A1B 3X5
    Tel:(709) 737-3284
    Fax:(709) 737-8805
    navalchair@engr.mun.ca

  • Memorial University of Newfoundland, Offshore Oil and Gas Engineering Option (OOGE)
    To sustain the growing offshore oil and gas industries in the region, appropriately educated engineers and research facilities is a necessity. The design, installation and operation of offshore platforms face unique challenges not encountered onshore that require a multi-disciplinary approach. In addition, safety and environmental issues must be integrated into the initial design of platforms. The Faculty has responded by developing an option in Offshore Oil and Gas Engineering in their mechanical, civil, naval architecture, electrical and computer engineering degree programs and developing both research and teaching capabilities in these areas.
    Dr. Faisal Khan,
    Offshore Oil and Gas Engineering,
    Memorial University of Newfoundland,
    St. John's, NL, A1B 3X5
    Tel:(709) 737-8393
    Fax:(709) 737-4042
    fkhan@engr.mun.ca

  • Memorial University of Newfoundland, Graduate Studies in Civil Engineering
    The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science offers masters (M.Eng.) and doctoral (PhD) level degrees in civil engineering, as well as the related multidisciplinary fields of mechanics; structures and materials; and hydrotechnical and environmental engineering and applied science. For environmental professionals we offer a master of applied science (M.A.Sc.) degree program in environmental engineering and applied science. Some of the research areas that our students and faculty members are involved in include: coastal studies, geotechnical, structural design and analysis, environmental hydraulics, water resources, hydraulics, hydrology, and environmental engineering.
    Dr. Ramachandran Venkatesan,
    Associate Dean (Graduate Studies and Research),
    Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science,
    Memorial University of Newfoundland,
    St. John's, NL, A1B 3X5
    Tel:(709) 737-8901
    Fax:(709) 737-3480
    ad_grad@engr.mun.ca

  • Memorial University of Newfoundland, Master of Applied Science in Computer Engineering
    The objective of this program is to strengthen the preparation of individuals for careers in the many sectors of the economy requiring computer engineering graduates, including information technology, telecommunications, and computer systems. The degree will provide participants with a balanced background in computer hardware and software and an in-depth knowledge of important application areas such as networks, communications, and data processing. The program begins with an intensive eight-week session of English language instruction and an introduction to Canadian culture. This is followed by four semesters of advanced courses and project work in computer engineering topics such as hardware design, software specification, software testing, communications, computer security, computer networks and image processing.
    Dr. Ramachandran Venkatesan,
    Associate Dean (Graduate Studies and Research),
    Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science,
    Memorial University of Newfoundland,
    St. John's, NL, A1B 3X5
    Tel:(709) 737-8901
    Fax:(709) 737-3480
    ad_grad@engr.mun.ca

  • Memorial University of Newfoundland, Graduate Studies in Environmental Engineering
    This inter-disciplinary and professionally oriented graduate program in environmental engineering and applied science is available to both full-time and part-time students with an engineering or science background. The M.A.Sc. program addresses the needs of professional engineers and scientists who are already working, or who intend to work, in the environmental industry. The program is intended for new graduates who wish to gain environmental expertise and complete a master's degree in one calendar year before seeking full-time work, professionals who prefer to study part time and complete the program over 2-3 years by taking evening courses, professionals who are prepared to take one year away from work to complete the degree on a full-time basis, and interested and qualified people who wish to study a variety of subjects without necessarily registering for the full program.
    Dr. Ramachandran Venkatesan,
    Associate Dean (Graduate Studies and Research),
    Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science,
    Memorial University of Newfoundland,
    St. John's, NL, A1B 3X5
    Tel:(709) 737-8901
    Fax:(709) 737-3480
    ad_grad@engr.mun.ca

  • Carleton University, Aerospace Engineering
    Carleton University was the first school to offer a Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering degree program in Canada and it is recognized for its unique design project and its emphasis on both fundamentals and laboratory work. There are three streams in the aerospace engineering program: aerodynamics, propulsion and vehicle performance; aerospace structures, systems and vehicle design; and aerospace electronics and systems. The Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering, (B.Eng.) program offers emphasis on problem solving skills and hands-on laboratory and design work, outstanding laboratory and computer facilities, a unique final year aerospace design project based on an industrial design office approach, and work experience available through the Industrial Experience Program (IEP).
    Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering,
    Carleton University,
    1125 Colonel By Drive,
    Room 3135 Mackenzie Building,
    Ottawa, Canada, K1S 5B6
    Tel:(613) 520-5684
    Fax:(613) 520-5715
    technology@carleton.ca

  • Carleton University, Communications Engineering
    Carleton is the first university in Canada to offer an undergraduate program in Communications Engineering - a brand new discipline of Engineering. Communications engineers are responsible to the planning, analysis and design, implementation, operation, testing, maintenance and management of communications systems and related distributed information systems. The Bachelor of Engineering program in Communications Engineering (B.Eng.) offers: integrated studies in the principles and practice of telecommunications and related computer technologies, development of problem-solving skills through laboratory and design work, Co-op opportunities in the Canadian telecommunications industry, and lecturers who are communications experts from the university, industry and government. The communications Engineering degree will provide an undergraduate engineering education that has a broad foundation in basic mathematics, physical science and technology.
    The Department of Systems and Computer Engineering,
    1125 Colonel By Drive,
    Room 4456, Mackenzie Building,
    Carleton University,
    Ottawa, ON, K1S 5B6
    Tel:(613) 520-5740
    Fax:(613) 520-5727

  • Carleton University, Electrical Engineering
    This four-year program develops the wide range of skills necessary for success in the Engineering workplace. This is achieved through a gradually increasing specialization over the four years of the program, from the mathematics and physics background necessary to adapt to the evolving nature of any Engineering workplace through to specializations which give the particular skills needed to work today in the high-technology Electronics industry. The Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, (B.Eng.) program offers in-house integrated circuit fabrication facilities, specializations in telecommunications circuits, transitor physics and fabrication, microwave and RF circuit design, and computer-aided design for integrated circuit applications. Extensive laboratory facilities for test and measurement of integrated and microwave circuits, and both co-op and industrial experience programs are also offered.
    The Department of Systems and Computer Engineering,
    1125 Colonel By Drive,
    Room 4456,
    Mackenzie Building,
    Carleton University,
    Ottawa, ON, K1S 5B6 or
    Department of Electronics,
    Room 5170 Mackenzie Building,
    1125 Colonel By Drive,
    Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1S 5B6
    Tel:(613) 520-5740
    Fax:(613) 520-5727


  • Carleton University, Environmental Engineering
    Most of the first year program in Environmental Engineering is common with most of the other engineering programs. The program also includes the common engineering core program, additional courses in biology and chemistry, and an opportunity to take complementary courses from other faculties such as Arts and Social Sciences. A wide range of topics are covered in the program: from life cycle analysis and environmental impact assessment to the design of industrial wastewater treatment processes and waste containment systems for solid and hazardous waste management. The courses specific to the environmental engineering program cover the following four broad areas: Water and Wastewater Treatment, Air Polution Control, Groundwater Flow and Contaminant Transport, and Solid and Hazardous Waste Management.
    Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering,
    1125 Colonel By Drive,
    Ottawa ON, K1S 5B6
    Tel:(613) 520-5784
    Fax:(613) 520-3951
    info@cee.carleton.ca

  • Carleton University, Software Engineering
    Software Engineering is the driving force behind the new technologies that are transforming the way we live and work: distributed computing and the internet, multimedia applications, new telecommunication systems, etc. The new B.Eng. in Software Engineering provides a broad foundation in basic mathematics, physical science, the engineering sciences and technology, and communications, as well as fundamental computing theory and practice, processes, methods, and tools for developing software systems, and regulatory and social issues. Emphasis is placed on developing expertise in object-oriented and real-time computer systems. A co-op option gives students access to real-world experience at one of Carleton's industry partners right at the centre of Canada's high-tech capital.
    The Department of Systems and Computer Engineering,
    1125 Colonel By Drive,
    Room 4456, Mackenzie Building,
    Carleton University,
    Ottawa, ON, K1S 5B6
    Tel:(613) 520-5740
    Fax:(613) 520-5727

  • Carleton University, Civil Engineering
    Civil Engineering plays a major role in the development and management of the earth's infrastructure. It deals with all aspects related to research, planning, construction and maintenance of bridges, buildings, dams, airports, power stations, highways, subways, transportation networks, harbours, water supply and waste water treatment facilities. The Bachelor of Civil Engineering, (B.Eng.) program offers: opportunity for collaborative design projects with industry, government and other research agencies in the Ottawa-Hull area, excellent scholarships for excellent students, a program option for Concentration in Management, work experience through the Industrial Experience Program (IEP), emphasis on problem solving skills, with good experience in hands-on laboratory and design work, and courses and design projects in structural engineering, geotechnical engineering and transportation engineering.
    Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering,
    1125 Colonel By Drive,
    Ottawa ON, K1S 5B6
    Tel:(613) 520-5784
    Fax:(613) 520-3951
    civinfo@civeng.carleton.ca
  • Carleton University, Computer Systems Engineering
    Carleton University's exciting and innovative program in Computer Systems Engineering will prepare you to participate in this rapidly advancing industry of the future. Graduates of the program are founders and active leaders in several high technology companies specializing in computer systems and information networks. The program is concerned with the design and implementation of integrated computer systems to solve practical problems in areas such as telecommunications, information networks, distributed systems, real-time systems, multi-media applications and process control.
    The Department of Systems and Computer Engineering,
    1125 Colonel By Drive,
    Room 4456, Mackenzie Building,
    Carleton University,
    Ottawa, ON, K1S 5B6
    Tel:(613) 520-5740
    Fax:(613) 520-5727


  • Carleton University, Engineering Physics
    At Carleton, the Engineering Physics program is centred around two primary focuses: integrated semiconductor devices and optical devices and systems. This five-year undergraduate progressive co-op program provides work periods of four, eight and 12 months duration after the first, second, and third year of academic studies respectively. This progressive co-op approach maximizes time spent in the workplace later in the program, when students have well-developed skills. The program first develops a broad and fundamental background in physics and electronics, and then allows freedom for specialization in the last year. In the first year the student is given unique opportunity to interact in a small class with a senior faculty member. This class is a team project involving both design and implementation of an optical system. The class is planned to bring engineering design to the students early in their studies and make subsequent studies more relevant and interesting.
    Department of Electronics,
    Room 5170 Mackenzie Building,
    1125 Colonel By Drive,
    Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1S 5B6
    Tel:(613) 520-5754
    Fax:(613) 520-5708


  • Carleton University, Mechanical Engineering
    Mechanical Engineering is perhaps the most versatile of the engineering disciplines. It deals with machinery, manufacturing, energy, aerospace, automotive, nuclear, materials, transportation technology, bioengineering and other applications. Carleton's graduates are recognized for their ability to adapt to changing technology and to get the job done. This stems from the program's emphasis on fundamentals and on challenging laboratory and design work. In the mechanical engineering program, the discipline builds upon three main topic areas: solid mechanics and materials, fluid mechanics, and thermosciences. In addition to the continued major emphasis in the program on design, dynamics, thermodynamics, and heat transfer, students can choose elective courses which span a wide range of applied subjects, such as noise control, energy conversion and power generation, manufacturing processes, aerodynamics and flight mechanics, and automatic controls.
    Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering,
    Carleton University,
    1125 Colonel By Drive,
    Room 3135 Mackenzie Building,
    Ottawa, Canada, K1S 5B6
    Tel:(613) 520-5684
    Fax:(613) 520-5715
    technology@carleton.ca

  • Concordia University, Building Engineering
    The Building Engineering Program at Concordia is unique in Canada. It encompasses an integrated body of knowledge pertaining to all phases in the life-cycle of a constructed facility, namely conception, planning, design, construction, operation, and disposal. In addition to the basic engineering sciences, the program emphasizes the fundamentals of building materials, structural analysis and design, building services, economics and project management. Students enrolled in this program take courses in the four branches of Building engineering: Building Science ; Building Environment; Building Structures; and Construction Management.
    Department of Building, Civil and Environmental Engineering,
    Concordia University,
    EV-Annex, Room 006.139,
    1515 Sainte-Catherine St W., Montreal, Quebec, H3G 2W1
    Tel:(514) 848-2424 ext 3200
    Fax:(514) 848-7965
    bceeugrad@bcee.concordia.ca

  • Concordia University, Civil Engineering
    Civil Engineering is concerned with the creation of systems of constructed facilities which play a role in the sound economic growth of society. It is also concerned with the development of technologies to combat pollution of air, water, and soil. Civil Engineers are responsible for the design of foundations of structures such as buildings, bridges, dams, and tunnels and the design of transportation facilities. The program consists of an Engineering Core, similar to most first year engineering programs, a Civil Engineering Core, with courses such as Structural Design, Surveying, Hydraulics, Soil Mechanics, Mechanics of Materials, and Thermodynamics, and additional elective courses.
    Department of Building, Civil and Environmental Engineering,
    Concordia University,
    EV-Annex, Room 006.139,
    1515 Sainte-Catherine St W.,
    Montreal, Quebec, H3G 2W1
    Tel:(514) 848-2424 ext 3200
    Fax:(514) 848-7965
    bceeugrad@bcee.concordia.ca
  • Concordia University, Software Engineering
    Software Engineering is concerned with theories, methods, and tools required to create reliable, efficient and economical software for the needs of the information technology society. The Software Engineering curriculum includes all aspects of software architecture, design, and management as well as the traditional Computer Science Core topics of computer mathematics, theory, programming methodology, and mainstream applications. The program has an Engineering Core which covers basic science, professional topics, and the engineering approach to problem solving. It also has a discipline core in Software Engineering to cover the engineering approach to all phases of the software process and related topics.
    Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering,
    Concordia University,
    Mailing Address: 1455 De Maisonneuve Blvd. West,
    Montreal, Quebec, H3G 1M8
    Street Address: 1515 St. Catherine St. West, 3rd floor,
    Software Engineering Undergraduate Program Director, S.P. Mudur
    Tel:(514) 848-2424 ext. 3000
    Fax:(514) 848-2830
    mudur@cs.concordia.ca

  • Concordia University, Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)
    The four-year programs consist of the Engineering Core, taken by all engineering students, program cores and electives. The Electrical Engineering Core provides a solid introduction to all aspects of the discipline, to programming methodology and to the design of large software systems. Technical electives include: Communications and Signal Processing, Computer Systems, Electronics and VLSI, Power and Control Systems, and Waves and Electromagnetics. The Computer Engineering Core provides a thorough grounding in all aspects of computer hardware and software. Technical electives allow students to acquire further knowledge in various aspects of hardware or software. A mandatory final-year design project gives students in both programs the opportunity to apply the knowledge they have acquired to the design and testing of a working prototype.The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
    1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W.,
    Montreal, Quebec, H3G 1M8
    Tel:(514) 848-2424 ext. 3100
    Fax:(514) 848-2802


  • Concordia University, Mechanical Engineering
    The Mechanical Engineering program at Concordia University places enormous emphasis on the design and laboratory components in addition to more traditional components of classroom lectures, tutorials, and assignment of course work. The final year courses are loaded with relevant projects requiring the use of students' capabilities in analysis and experimentation and give the students a first-hand introduction to industry. The curriculum consists of engineering core courses, a mechanical option core and technical electives. The students in the final year are given an opportunity to develop their professional understanding of social issues and their ability to express themselves both orally and in print through seminars and presentation of project work.
    Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering,
    Concordia University,
    Room H-549, 1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W.,
    Montreal, Quebec, H3G 1M8
    Tel:(514) 848-2424 ext 3125
    Fax:(514) 848-3175


  • Concordia University, Industrial Engineering
    The Industrial Engineering (IE) program at Concordia University offers a strong undergraduate education in all aspects of the IE discipline. One strong focus of the program is that it is connected with the manufacturing industry and its environment. The program emphasizes the design and analysis of modern manufacturing systems and trains students to be strong in production management, quality management, facilities planning, simulation, safety engineering, human factors, etc. In addition, students enhance their understanding of the individual engineering components through the study of manufacturing processes, and machine drawing & design. Concordia University is the only University in Quebec that offers an Industrial Engineering program in the English language.
    Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering,
    Concordia University,
    Room H-549, 1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W.,
    Montreal, Quebec, H3G 1M8
    Tel:(514) 848-2424 ext 3125
    Fax:(514) 848-3175


  • Dalhousie University, Biological Engineering
    Biological Engineering covers a wide range of topics including Biotechnology, Food Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Waste Management, and Robotics. Biological Engineers pursue careers in both the public and private sector. In the public sector, Bio-engineers are employed in the federal and provincial departments of agriculture and food, fisheries, and environment. In the private sector, Bio-engineers are to be found in consulting, machinery manufacturing, and food processing industries. The entrance requirement to the Biological Engineering Program is a successful completion of the first year of engineering at a recognized university. Students who have completed a first year of a science program will also be considered for admission. Students who have completed two or more years of university studies will also be considered for admission on the basis of transfer credits.
    Department of Biological Engineering,
    Sexton Campus,
    Dalhousie University,
    P.O. Box 1000,
    Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 2X4
    Tel:(902) 494-3275
    Fax:(902) 423-2423
    Bio.Engineering@dal.ca

  • Dalhousie University, Chemical Engineering
    The undergraduate program in Chemical Engineering at Dalhousie University is designed to provide the student with a broad background in the underlying sciences of Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. This is then combined with a detailed knowledge of engineering principles and practice, along with a good appreciation of social, environmental and economic factors. Thorough understanding of the principles is accomplished through lecture, tutorial and laboratory activities, and extensive use is made of the departmental Computing Facilities. Laboratory involvement is considered an important component of the student's education. Emphasis in the laboratory is placed on teamwork and on the development of problem-solving skills.
    Department of Chemical Engineering,
    Dalhousie University,
    1360 Barrington St.,
    Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 1Z1
    Tel:(902) 494-3953
    Fax:(902) 420-7639
    ChemicalEngineering@dal.ca
  • Dalhousie University, Electrical and Computer Engineering
    The Electrical and Computer Engineering curricula is based on the physical and mathematical principles which constitute the unchanging foundation of the discipline, followed by classes which apply these principles to various specialized application areas. In the final year a number of technical elective classes are provided to enable the student to obtain a deeper, more detailed understanding of current technology in a field of interest. Technical electives may also be chosen from listed classes offered by other Departments. Also during the final year the students, all students undertake a design course for which the projects are many and varied. Industry provides these projects and this course is the ultimate challenge to the ingenuity and problem solving skills of the students. A practising engineer from the sponsoring company guides the project in partnership with an internal faculty advisor.
    Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
    C - Building, 1360 Barrington Street,
    P.O. Box 1000, Room C 367,
    Sexton Campus,
    Dalhousie University,
    Halifax, NS, B3J 1Z1
    Tel:(902) 494-3996/3106
    Fax:(902) 422-7535
    e&ce@dal.ca

  • Dalhousie University, Food Science and Technology
    Food Sciences and Technology is a discipline that encompasses the study of scientific principles used in the processing, preservation, packaging and safety of our food supply. It draws upon the basic sciences of chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology, physics and mathematics as a foundation for specialized food science courses which are normally taken during the final two years of a traditional Bachelor's program.
    Food Science Program,
    Department of Process Engineering and Applied Science,
    Faculty of Engineering,
    Dalhousie University,
    1360 Barrington St., Bldg D-401,
    P.O. Box 1000,
    Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 2X4
    Tel:(902) 494-6030
    Fax:(902) 420-0219
    food.science@dal.ca

  • Dalhousie University, Industrial Engineering
    Students begin the Industrial Engineering program with a background in engineering fundamentals studied during their initial two years. Then, in the IE portion of the program, they are introduced to the fundamental approaches of work place design and operations research while at the same time being required to enhance their mathematical and computer background. Later more advanced modelling approaches are examined together with courses more directly related to the management process. In their final year all students undertake a major project. Projects are drawn from companies or institutions outside the University and are treated as a consulting assignment. The students are evaluated based upon their ability to achieve an innovative solution by drawing upon the analytical skills developed throughout their program of studies.
    Department of Industrial Engineering,
    Dalhousie University,
    Sexton Campus,
    5269 Morris St., Room 208,
    Halifax, NS, B3J 1B6
    Tel:(902) 494-3281
    Fax:(902) 420-7858
    industrial.engineering@dal.ca

  • Dalhousie University, Mechanical Engineering
    Mechanical Engineering covers a very broad field of professional activity in such areas as land, sea, air, and space transportation; primary and secondary manufacturing industries; energy supply, conversion and utilization; environmental control; and industrial management. The curriculum is designed to develop an understanding of the fundamental principles of Mechanical Engineering through lecture, tutorial, and laboratory activities. Classes in mathematics, engineering management and various non-technical subjects are offered to broaden the student's outlook and understanding of his profession. Postgraduate studies in the Department are concentrated in the areas of stress analysis, heat transfer, multi-phase flow, fluid and thermal power, dynamics of rotating machines, robotics, and computer aided design and manufacturing. Research and project master's degrees as well as the doctoral degree are offered.
    Department of Mechanical Engineering,
    Dalhousie University,
    1360 Barrington Street, Room C360,
    Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 1Z1
    Tel:(902) 494-3917
    Fax:(902) 423-6711
    mechanical.engineering@dal.ca

  • Dalhousie University, Materials/Metallurgical Engineering
    Materials Engineering is indispensable in supplying materials to any industrialized nation. The curriculum for the Materials Engineering Program at Dalhousie is designed to provide fundamental knowledge of basic engineering and extensive coverage of the respective fields. The later portion of the program leads to applications of fundamental principles to specific designs. The Program is also affiliated with the Minerals Engineering Center which provides mineral processing services, consultation and pilot plant scale testing to the minerals industry.
    Materials/Metallurgical Engineering,
    Dalhousie University,
    Department of Metallurgical Engineering,
    1360 Barrington Street, G212,
    Halifax Nova Scotia, B3J 1Z1
    Tel:(902) 494-3954
    Fax: (902) 425-1037
    minmet@dal.ca

  • Dalhousie University, Civil Engineering Program
    Civil Engineering is characterized by exceptional technical diversity, great breadth and depth of subject matter, and proactively addressing the practical needs of society. In the Civil Engineering program students become well-grounded in the basics of the discipline, which then allows them to consider various options for specialization. Graduates at Dalhousie University have gone on to successful careers in engineering, business, and other occupations. Students in the Civil Engineering program have the choice of two distinct undergraduate programs. The Infrastructure Option or the Earth and Environment Option. Students in either the Infrastructure Option or the Earth and Environment Option are able to participate in a work/study Co-operative program. The co-op system allows students to work for three terms under the guidance and supervision of practicing engineers, thereby acquiring skills that are complementary to their academic training.
    Civil Engineering,
    Department of Civil and Resource Engineering,
    Dalhousie University,
    Sexton Campus,
    1360 Barrington Street, Rm 215 Bldg D,
    Halifax, NS, B3J 1Z1
    Tel:(902) 494-3960
    Fax:(902) 494-3108
    civil.engineering@dal.ca

  • Dalhousie University, Mining Engineering Program
    The Mining Engineering Program offers undergraduate Program towards B.Eng. ( with options in Mining and petroleum engineeering) and graduate Program towards M.Eng., M.A.Sc. and Ph.D. The undergraduate Mining curricula are designed to provide fundamental knowledge of basic engineering and extensive coverage of the respective fields, which themselves are very broad. The later portions of the program lead to applications of fundamental principles to specific designs. The Mining Engineering Program is also affiliated with the Minerals Engineering Center which provides mineral processing services, consultation and pilot plant scale testing to the minerals industry.
    Mining Engineering,
    Dalhousie University,
    1360 Barrington Street,
    Halifax NS, B3J 1Z1
    Tel:(902) 494-3954
    Fax:(902) 425-1037
    minmet@dal.ca
  • University of Guelph, Biological Engineering
    Biological Engineers combine their knowledge of life sciences with engineering principles to design and control biological processes and systems to improve the quality of life. Guelph's unique Biological Engineering program is focused on biomaterials science and biomechanics, instrumentation and digital control. Students can choose science and engineering electives in the areas of bioprocessing, food and biomedical applications. The University of Guelph is world-renowned as a scientific research institution, and it is the partnership between Engineering and different science departments on campus that makes this program such a strong, interdisciplinary program, and unique in Canada. Students have the flexibility to combine the strong engineering curriculum and pursue interests in other science departments, and researchers have the benefits of collaborating with: Ontario Veterinary College, Food Science, Biomedical Sciences, and Molecular Biology and Genetics.
    Katherine Sorensen, P.Eng,
    Liaison Officer,
    School of Engineering,
    University of Guelph,
    Thornborough Building, Rm 2385,
    Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1
    Tel:(519) 824-4120 ext. 56986
    Fax:(519) 836-0227
    enginfo@uoguelph.ca

  • University of Guelph, Engineering Systems and Computing
    In Engineering Systems & Computing, students will learn to use and apply the latest technology to the development of systems and processes. Computer specialists must understand the strengths and limitations of the hardware, software and control system to be capable of developing efficient, reliable systems - and Guelph gives students this multi-disciplinary background. Additionally, students are able to direct their course of study to a particular area of interest within the computer field - Mechatronics (robotics combined with mechanical and electrical engineering principles), Computing (software programming focus), and Biomedical applications.
    Katherine Sorensen, P.Eng,
    Liaison Officer,
    School of Engineering,
    University of Guelph,
    Thornborough Building, Rm 2385,
    Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1
    Tel:(519) 824-4120 ext. 56986
    Fax:(519) 836-0227
    enginfo@uoguelph.ca

  • University of Guelph, Environmental Engineering
    Environmental Engineering is the application of scientific theories and principles to minimize the impact of humans on the environment. Environmental Engineers work to design systems that do not pollute our land, air and water. A tremendous challenge remains, however, to develop and implement new technologies to clean up existing pollution problems around the world. Preventing and treating environmental damage requires the expertise of an Environmental Engineer with an in-depth knowledge of relevant physical, chemical and biological systems. The University of Guelph offers this full breadth of study. The Environmental Engineering program at Guelph is not a modified chemical or civil engineering program. It was designed from the ground up as a complete, comprehensive environmental program including a strong foundation in the biological sciences (an essential component in emerging treatment technologies).
    Katherine Sorensen, P.Eng,
    Liaison Officer,
    School of Engineering,
    University of Guelph,
    Thornborough Building, Rm 2385,
    Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1
    Tel:(519) 824-4120 ext. 56986
    Fax:(519) 836-0227
    enginfo@uoguelph.ca

  • University of Guelph, Water Resources Engineering
    The University fo Guelph is the only school to offer a Water Resources Engineering program in Canada. At Guelph, you will learn to apply the latest technology to the development of systems and processes, solving real-life problems in industry, business and the natural world. Water Resources Engineers design solutions for problems associated with the management of our water and land resources. A growing world population requires the expertise of Water Resources Engineers to identify and evaluate watershed management options, design flood and erosion control systems, protect and control our rivers, lakes and groundwater supplies, design water distribution networks for urban areas, industries and agriculture and develop policies for the preservation and enhancement of our water systems. Water Resources Engineers work globally as designers, planners, managers and researchers for consulting firms, municipalities, conservation authorities, land development companies, research institutions and government agencies.
    Katherine Sorensen, P.Eng,
    Liaison Officer,
    School of Engineering,
    University of Guelph, Thornborough Building, Rm 2385,
    Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1
    Tel:(519) 824-4120 ext. 56986
    Fax:(519) 836-0227
    enginfo@uoguelph.ca

  • Lakehead University, Chemical Engineering
    The Faculty of Engineering offers a uniquely designed 4-year Bachelor of Engineering degree program in Chemical Engineering which is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB). A co-op education/internship Bachelor of Engineering degree is also available. The first two years of the degree program in Chemical Engineering emphasize the fundamentals of fluid mechanics, chemical thermodynamics, organic chemistry, and analytic chemistry. The final two years extend the technologists' capabilities into more advanced conceptual and design phases of engineering. This is accomplished through a series of core and elective courses, engineering design, and a major project which enables the student to emphasize a particular area, such as environmental control, air pollution control methods and analysis, and process optimization.
    Karen Toneguzzi, Administrative Assistant,
    Department of Chemical Engineering,
    Lakehead University,
    955 Oliver Road,
    Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7B 5E1
    Tel:(807) 343-8684
    Fax:(807) 343-8023

  • Lakehead University, Civil Engineering
    The Faculty of Engineering offers a uniquely designed 4-year Bachelor of Engineering degree program in Civil Engineering which is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB). The first two years of the Bachelor of Engineering degree program in Civil Engineering enable the student to understand the design determinants, purpose and principle of operation of engineering works and systems. The last two years of the Civil Engineering degree program extends the graduate technologists' capabilities in construction and operations activities into the conceptual and design phases of engineering by means of engineering sciences. The elective courses in the program permit the student to gain knowledge and problem-solving capability in a particular field.
    Karen Toneguzzi, Administrative Assistant, Department of Civil Engineering,
    Lakehead University,
    955 Oliver Road,
    Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7B 5E1
    Tel:(807) 343-8684
    Fax:(807) 343-8928


  • Lakehead University, Electrical Engineering
    The Faculty of Engineering offers a uniquely designed 4-year Bachelor of Engineering degree program in Electrical Engineering which is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB). A co-op education/internship Bachelor of Engineering degree is also available. The curriculum in the Electrical Engineering degree program is designed to teach fundamental physical sciences, as well as the more practical areas of design and operation of industrial control systems, communication systems, electronic circuits, and the generation and distribution of electrical power.
    Karen Romito,
    Administrative Assistant
    Department of Electrical Engineering,
    Lakehead University,
    955 Oliver Road,
    Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7B 5E1
    Tel:(807) 343-8170
    Fax:(807) 343-8928


  • Lakehead University, Mechanical Engineering
    The Faculty of Engineering offers a uniquely designed 4-year Bachelor of Engineering degree program in Mechanical Engineering which is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB). The first two years of the Bachelor of Engineering degree program in Mechanical Engineering emphasizes basic engineering principles and methods of modern production and design, as well as safety issues and communication in manufacturing and production. The last two years develop the engineering principles through a vigorous study of mathematics, numerical methods, engineering sciences and design, to ensure the graduates have a solid background knowledge in mechanical engineering design and analysis using the most current engineering analytical tools.
    Karen Toneguzzi,
    Administrative Assistant,
    Department of Mechanical Engineering,
    Lakehead University,
    955 Oliver Road,
    Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7B 5E1
    Tel:(807) 343-8684
    Fax:(807) 343-8928


  • Lakehead University, Software Engineering
    The Faculty of Engineering offers a uniquely designed 4-year Bachelor of Engineering degree program in Software Engineering which is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB). Students in the Software Engineering program can select option courses from the Chemical, Civil, Electrical or Mechanical degree programs. These programs are designed by the Faculty of Engineering to provide hardware and software expertise in computers, computer communications, distributed and real-time computing with applications to engineering. A co-op education/internship Bachelor of Engineering degree is also available.
    Karen Romito,
    Administrative Assistant,
    Department of Software Engineering,
    Lakehead University,
    955 Oliver Road,
    Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7B 5E1
    Tel:(807) 343-8170
    Fax:(807) 343-8928

  • Laurentian University, Extractive and Metallurgical Engineering
    The first year of a four-year program, leading to the professional degree in Chemical, Civil, Mechanical, Mining Engineering or Extractive Metallurgical Engineering, is common to all branches of engineering. Starting with the second year, students select one of the above fields of specialization.
    Laurentian School of Engineering,
    935 Ramsey Lake Rd.,
    Sudbury, ON, P3E 2C6
    Tel:(705) 675-1151


  • Laurentian University, Mining Engineering
    The first year of a four-year program, leading to the professional degree in Chemical, Civil, Mechanical, Mining Engineering or Extractive Metallurgical Engineering, is common to all branches of engineering. Starting with the second year, students select one of the above fields of specialization.
    Laurentian School of Engineering,
    935 Ramsey Lake Rd.,
    Sudbury, ON, P3E 2C6
    Tel:(705) 675-1151


  • University of Manitoba, Biosystems Engineering
    The Biosystems Engineering program at the University of Manitoba is rated as the number one program of its kind in Canada. The first year of study is common among all engineering students, covering general applied science and basic engineering courses. Biosystems Engineering students learn to integrate the physical properties and growth of plants, animals and micro-organisms and environmental interactions, into engineering applications, using data analysis, test equipment, and the engineering design process. Biosystems is the only engineering program that is acceptable as premedical studies (an additional biochemistry course is required), and is excellent groundwork for study in medical technology. Biosystems Engineering is an accredited professional program, leading to registration as a professional engineer, and the accompanying enhancements in salary and respect.
    Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs,
    Room 349 Engineering Building,
    University of Manitoba,
    Winnipeg, MB, R3T 5V6
    Tel:(204) 474-9807
    Fax:(204) 275-3773
    dean_engineering@umanitoba.ca

  • University of Manitoba, Civil Engineering
    Established in 1907, the Civil Engineering program at the University of Manitoba is the oldest engineering program in Western Canada. The undergraduate program is a fully accredited program founded on a broad-based curriculum that provides a solid knowledge of environmental, geotechnical, structural, transportation, and water resources engineering. In addition to the core curriculum, a variety of technical electives allow students a limited opportunity to specialize at the undergraduate level in areas of interest. An environmental option is available for students wishing to specialize in environmental engineering. A cooperative education option is also available, allowing students to alternate formal instruction with practical work experience.
    Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs,
    Room 349 Engineering Building,
    University of Manitoba,
    Winnipeg, MB, R3T 5V6
    Tel:(204) 474-9807
    Fax:(204) 275-3773
    dean_engineering@umanitoba.ca

  • University of Manitoba, Computer Engineering
    University of Manitoba engineering programs are highly ranked: Computer Engineering is ranked 5th in Canada and 13th among all North American Universities. It is fully accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board and recognized for accreditation purposes as equivalent in seven countries outside Canada. Computer Engineering students have a common first year with other engineering disciplines, then study most of the core material in the same classes as Electrical Engineering students. They learn to use tools such as computer languages and software, standardized data related to computer systems and equipment, optimization programs, electronics components, networks, and control equipment. Core course work covers study in digital logic and systems, circuits, economics, communications, statistics, system engineering, operating systems, engineering algorithms, microprocessors, discrete structures and programming, signal analysis, and telecom networks.
    Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs,
    Room 349 Engineering Building,
    University of Manitoba,
    Winnipeg, MB, R3T 5V6
    Tel:(204) 474-9807
    Fax:(204) 275-3773
    dean_engineering@umanitoba.ca

  • University of Manitoba, Electrical Engineering
    Electrical Engineering is ranked 8th in Canada, and 21st among all North American Universities. The program is fully accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board, and recognized for accreditation purposes as equivalent in seven countries outside Canada. Electrical engineers complete their first year of study, common with other engineering students, then go on to a rigorous core-plus-electives program. Courses teach students how to use test equipment, devices, analysis techniques, and software to improve electrical and electronics systems and processes. Classes will include circuits, statistics, electronics, control systems, economics, software design, signal analysis, digital logic and systems, network theory, electromagnetics, microprocessors, electric power machines, and technical communications.
    Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs,
    Room 349 Engineering Building,
    University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 5V6
    Tel:(204) 474-9807
    Fax:(204) 275-3773
    dean_engineering@umanitoba.ca


  • University of Manitoba, Manufacturing Engineering
    Manufacturing Engineering students will take a common second year and many other common courses with Mechanical Engineering students, following a common first year with all other engineering students. In the later years, additional materials will be provided through a number of courses to strengthen the area of manufacturing through specialized courses in advanced manufacturing processes, computer aided manufacturing/automation, production planning and control, work design, process simulation, advanced manufacturing processes, aspects of mechatronics, cost analysis, and information processing. The core courses will be strengthened with a number of technical electives in related areas.
    Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs,
    Room 349 Engineering Building,
    University of Manitoba,
    Winnipeg, MB, R3T 5V6
    Tel:(204) 474-9807
    Fax:(204) 275-3773
    dean_engineering@umanitoba.ca

  • University of Manitoba, Mechanical Engineering
    The University of Manitoba's Mechanical Engineering program is ranked 5th among universities in Canada, and 15th in comparison with other mechanical engineering programs in North America. Mechanical Engineering starts with a common first year with other engineering students, then goes on to a common second year with Industrial Engineering students. Undergraduate engineering courses teach students how to use computer software, analysis techniques, devices and equipment, and standardized data to improve mechanical systems and processes. Typical courses are heat transfer, mechanics of machines, stress analysis, fluid mechanics, energy, controls, dynamics, vibrations and acoustics, communications, electronics, economics, production and operations management, and materials science.
    Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs,
    Room 349 Engineering Building,
    University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 5V6
    Tel:(204) 474-9807
    Fax:(204) 275-3773
    dean_engineering@umanitoba.ca

  • McGill University, Chemical Engineering
    A BEng degree at McGill is well earned and respected worldwide. This fully acredited Engineering program is recognized by professional engineering bodies. The discipline of chemical engineering is distinctive in being based equally on physics, mathematics and chemistry. Application of these three fundamental sciences is basic to a quantitative understanding of the process industries. The core curriculum concludes with process design courses taught by practising design engineers. Problem solving, experimenting, planning and communication skills are emphasized in courses throughout the core curriculum.
    Department of Chemical Engineering,
    Wong Building,
    Room 3060, 3610 University Street,
    Montreal, Quebec, H3A 2B2
    Tel:(514) 398- 4494
    Fax:(514) 398-6678
    info.chemeng@mcgill.ca

  • McGill University, Civil Engineering
    The core courses of the Civil Engineering program ensure a sound scientific and analytical basis for professional studies through courses in solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, soil mechanics, environmental engineering, water resources management, structural analysis, systems analysis and mathematics. Fundamental concepts are applied to various fields of practice in both required and complementary courses. By a suitable choice of complementary courses, students can attain advanced levels of technical knowledge in one or more areas of specialization. These areas of specialization include: Environmental Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering, Structural Engineering, and Transportation Engineering. Alternatively, students may choose to develop their interests in a more general manner by combining complementary courses taken within the Department with courses offered by other departments or faculties.
    Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics,
    Macdonald Engineering Building,
    817 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, Quebec H3A 2K6
    Tel:(514) 398-6860
    Fax:(514) 398-7361
    ugradinfo.civilmcgill.ca

  • McGill University, Electrical Engineering
    The program in Electrical Engineering gives students a broad understanding of the key principles that are responsible for the extraordinary advances in the technology of computers, microelectronics, automation and robotics, telecommunications and power systems. These areas are critical to the development of our industries and, more generally, to our economy. This program provides students with a strong background in mathematics, basic sciences, engineering science, engineering design and complementary studies, in conformity with the requirements of the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).
    McGill University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
    McConnell Engineering Building,
    Rm 633, 3480 University Street,
    Montreal, Quebec, H3A 2A7
    Tel:(514) 398-7110
    Fax:(514) 398-4470
    ecereceptionece.mcgill.ca

  • McGill University, Computer Engineering
    The program in Computer Engineering provides students with greater depth and breadth of knowledge in the hardware and software aspects of computers. Students are exposed to theoretical and practical issues in computer systems design in well-equipped laboratories. Although the program is designed to meet the growing demands by industry for engineers with a strong background in modern computer technology, it also provides the underlying depth for graduate studies in all fields of Computer Engineering. The program provides students with a strong background in mathematics, basic sciences, engineering science, engineering design and complementary studies, in conformity with the requirements of the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).
    McGill University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
    McConnell Engineering Building,
    Rm 633, 3480 University Street,
    Montreal, Quebec, H3A 2A7
    Tel:(514) 398-7110
    Fax:(514) 398-4470
    ecereceptionece.mcgill.ca

  • McGill University, Mechanical Engineering
    To prepare the mechanical engineer for a wide range of career possibilities, the undergraduate program has been structured to place a balanced emphasis on three curriculum features. The first consists of the basic principles which form the foundation of the profession. Included here are courses in mechanics, stress analysis, fluid dynamics, thermodynamics and heat transfer, which emphasize the necessary problem-solving skills essential for a career in Mechanical Engineering. The second feature of the curriculum deals with the application of these basic courses for the solution of practical problem. The third feature of Mechanical Engineering combines the knowledge of the basic principles with creativity and ingenuity for the purpose of synthesis and design. To fully recognize the diversity of the field of Mechanical Engineering: two programs (Regular and Honors), three options (Aeronautical, Automation, and Design), and several minors are offered.
    Department of Mechanical Engineering,
    Macdonald Engineering Building,
    Room 351, 817 Sherbrooke St. West,
    Montreal, Quebec, H3A 2K6
    Tel:(514) 398-6296
    Fax:(514) 398-7365


  • McGill University, Mining Co-op BEng Program
    The Mining program is unique in North America. It is a CO-OP program which is run in collaboration with
  • McGill University, Metals and Materials Engineering
    The Bachelor of Engineering program in metals and materials engineering is a cooperative program and includes formal industrial work periods. It is built around a strong background of mathematics, basic sciences, computer skills and applications, and specific engineering and design courses to provide up-to-date training in metals/materials engineering. Students follow core courses covering a complete range of the industry, from metal extraction to processing, fabrication and applications. The program conforms with requirements of the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) and is designed to offer students the best training for employment in Canada's large and vital metallurgical and manufacturing industries.
    Department of Mining, Metals and Materials Engineering, Metals/Materials,
    Wong Building, Room 2160,
    3610 University St.,
    Montreal, Quebec, H3A 2B2
    Tel:(514) 398-1040
    Fax:(514) 398-4492
    barbara.hanley@mcgill.ca

  • McGill University, Bioresource Engineering
    The undergraduate Bioresource Engineering program was designed to provide a balanced education, allowing the student to move, as a professional, into a number of different sub-disciplines, without being over-stretched. Thus, in the program the student can concentrate on a particular area of study. Four streams are available: BioEnvironmental Engineering, Food and Bioprocess Engineering, Soil and Water Engineering, and Agricultural Engineering. In each stream the main set of courses is devoted to the engineering sciences, design, and synthesis. They are combined with mathematics, and science courses that are specifically oriented to the stream. As well, the student follows a number of courses in the humanities/ management/ social sciences fields. Please note that all courses at McGill are taught in English. However, students always have the option of doing assignments and writing exams in either English or French.
    Department of Bioresource Engineering,
    Macdonald Campus,
    McGill University,
    21,111 Lakeshore,
    Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC, H9X 3V9
    Tel:(514) 398-7786
    Fax:(514) 398-8387
    Robert.Bonnell@McGill.ca

  • McMaster University, Chemical Engineering
    Chemical Engineering at McMaster is committed to providing students with a strong foundation in the basic sciences, as well as exposure to modern technologies. Students have access to a newly renovated state-of-the-art laboratory facilities featuring up-to-date and timely labs, many of which are on line. The four-year chemical engineering program is unique in its incorporation of computers into the curriculum for various courses starting at the second year level. Students can specialize in one of two possible streams: polymer materials and manufacturing, and process control and automation.The technical courses comprising each stream are taken as electives in the student
  • McMaster University, Civil Engineering
    Structural Design, Water Resources and Environmental Engineering, Geotechnical, and Transportation are the central areas of Civil Engineering at McMaster. The Civil Engineering program provides the training to make use of modern materials, computational methods, and other scientific developments. That use must be balanced with understanding and concern for the impact of current decisions on the quality of life for future generations. Senior students have the option of either specializing or maintaining a wide spectrum of courses.
    Department of Civil Engineering,
    McMaster University,
    JHE-301, 1280 Main Street W.,
    Hamilton, ON L8S 4L7
    Tel:(905) 525-9140 ext. 24287
    Fax:(905) 524-0340
    macadmit@mcmaster.ca

  • McMaster University, Software Engineering
    The four-year Software Engineering program contains the core body of technical knowledge required for Software Engineering graduates. McMaster Software Engineering programme prepares students for a career in a rapidly changing field by emphasizing fundamental design principles, material that will still be useful and valid three decades from today. Students learn to apply basic mathematics and science (including relevant Computer Science), as well as undertake disciplined testing and simulation to assure that any system they design will perform its tasks adequately when delivered to a customer for use. Although the students will use current systems in their laboratory work, the lectures stress ideas and techniques of lasting value.
    McMaster University,
    Department of Computing & Software,
    1280 Main St. West, Hamilton, ON, L8S 4K1
    Tel:(905) 525-9140 ext. 24287
    Fax:(905) 524-0340
    macadmit@mcmaster.ca

  • McMaster University, Electrical Engineering
    All students in the four-year Electrical Engineering program initially follow a common curriculum consisting of a combination of Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering courses. In their senior year, students are given the opportunity to customize their program by selecting from a wide range of technical electives. The department offers a personalized environment where students are able to meet one-on-one with their professors, many of whom are world-renowned leaders in their field. McMaster
  • McMaster University, Computer Engineering
    All students in the four-year Computer Engineering program initially follow a common curriculum consisting of a combination of Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering courses. In their senior year, students are given the opportunity to customize their program by selecting from a wide range of technical electives. Like other engineering programs at McMaster, this program will teach students fundamental principles and will not focus on technologies that may quickly become obsolete. Students will find that, once they have completed the program, they easily learn to use whatever tools and techniques are current at the time. Students learn how to apply structured engineering design principles and methodologies to solve problems and develop products.
    McMaster University,
    Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
    1280 Main St. West,
    Hamilton, ON, L8S 4K1
    Tel:(905) 525-9140
    Fax:(905) 524-0340


  • McMaster University, Engineering Physics
    The four-year undergraduate Engineering Physics program provides an opportunity for students with an aptitude for the physical sciences and mathematics to fully develop their capabilities and apply them to engineering problems. One of the strengths of the program is that it is very broadly based and prepares its graduates to pursue a wide range of career paths. All students in the program obtain a background in electrical science, engineering materials, classical and quantum mechanics, thermodynamics, electronics, data acquisition and handling, mathematical physics and numerical analysis. In the final two years of the program, students have the opportunity to focus on one of three specialized areas of study: Nuclear Engineering and Energy Systems, Nano- and Micro-Devices, or Photonics Engineering.
    McMaster University,
    Department of Engineering Physics,
    1280 Main Street West,
    John Hodgins Engineering Building, Room A315,
    Hamilton, ON, L8S 4L7
    Tel:(905) 525-9140
    Fax:(905) 527-8409
    engphys@mcmaster.ca

  • McMaster University, Materials Engineering
    The McMaster Materials Engineering Programs are designed to permit studies over a broad base of fundamental topics, with the opportunity to specialize in specific materials systems in the upper years of the program. Materials Engineering requires a total of four years to complete. The Materials Engineering and Management, and the Materials Engineering & Society programmes require five years of study. The materials engineering content of each of the programs is identical. In each case there is a common core which emphasizes basic physical chemistry, thermodynamics and kinetics, materials structure and materials processing fundamentals. Specialization is achieved by taking appropriate elective courses permitting specialization in one or a combination of: ceramics and glasses, electronic materials, metals and alloys, and polymers.
    Department of Materials Science & Engineering,
    McMaster University,
    1280 Main Street West,
    Hamilton, ON. L8S 4L7,
    Dr. Kenneth S. Coley, Department Chair
    Tel:(905) 525-9140 ext. 24295
    Fax:(905) 528-9295
    coleyk@mcmaster.ca

  • McMaster University, Mechanical Engineering
    The undergraduate Mechanical Engineering program provides an opportunity for students with and aptitude for the physical sciences and mathematics to fully develop their capabilities and apply them to the engineering programme. The total time from admission to Engineering to graduation with a B.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering is four years and five years for the combined B.Eng. Management degree or the B.Eng. Society degree. Graduates of Mechanical Engineering acquire a background in electronics, electromagnetics, engineering materials, classical and quantum mechanics, mathematical physics, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, and numerical analysis. Later in the programme, students can specialize in solid state electronics, optoelectronics, nuclear engineering or computer systems.
    McMaster University,
    Department of Mechanical Engineering,
    Hamilton, ON, L8S 4L7
    Tel:(905) 525-9140 Ext. 24294
    Fax:(905)572-7944


  • McMaster University, Engineering Physics and Management
    A joint initiative between the Faculty of Engineering and the School of Business since 1975, Engineering & Management (E&M) is a 5-year undergraduate degree (B.Eng.Mgt.) that combines the standard 4-year Engineering degree with the core requirements of a Management degree. Offered in nine Engineering disciplines, E&M combines the best of both worlds, providing students with a full Engineering curriculum, a core Business curriculum, as well as training in communication skills and project management, to prepare for a career of challenge and success.
    Faculty of Engineering,
    Engineering and Management,
    JHE-A214/K,
    McMaster University,
    1280 Main Street West, Hamilton, ON, L8S 4L7,
    Tel:(905) 525-9140
    Fax:(905) 540-9748
    dadat@mcmaster.ca

  • McMaster University, Engineering and Society
    Exploring the human side of engineering is the purpose of the Engineering & Society program, which examines the complex interactions between technology and society. Engineering & Society is offered for students in all departments. Through core courses that deal with the culture, history and social control of technology, the program develops broadly educated, resourceful engineers with a multi-disciplinary outlook and strengths in communication and effective interaction with others.
    Dr. Brian W. Baetz, Director,
    Engineering & Society Programme,
    McMaster University, Engineering & Society Program,
    1280 Main St. West, Hamilton, ON, L8S 4L7,
    Tel:(905) 525-9140 ext. 27214
    Fax:(905) 540-1159
    baetz@mcmaster.ca

  • University of Ottawa, Chemical Engineering
    In the Department of Chemical Engineering, the first year provides a strong foundation in chemistry, mathematics and physics. In second year, the student specializes in chemistry and chemical engineering and takes courses in mathematics, economics and engineering graphics. In the third and fourth years, students concentrate more heavily on chemical engineering. Courses in complementary studies, including communication skills, are also included. The Department also offers formal options in environmental engineering and in engineering management and entrepreneurship, as well as a new combined program which allows students to obtain a BASc in chemical engineering and a BSc in computing technology in only five years.
    Chemical Engineering,
    University of Ottawa,
    161 Louis Pasteur, Room A412,
    Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5
    Tel:(613) 562-5772
    Fax:(613) 562-5172
    nproulx@uOttawa.ca
  • University of Ottawa, Civil Engineering
    The Department of Civil Engineering of the University of Ottawa offers a strong and diverse four-year program in Civil Engineering, with a number of options to choose from. The students may choose the mainstream Civil Engineering Program or wish to specialize in Environmental/Water Resources Engineering, or Structural and Geotechnical Engineering. They may also wish to pursue an option in Engineering Management and Entrepreneurship. All of these options can be pursued in the Co-Op Program, in which the students gain practical experience during four work terms while also earning income.
    Civil Engineering,
    University of Ottawa,
    161 Louis Pasteur, Room A106,
    Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5
    Tel:(613) 562-5766
    Fax:(613) 562-5173
    civil@eng.uOttawa.ca
  • University of Ottawa, Mechanical Engineering
    The Department offers a four-year program leading to a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering. In first year, students will take basic maths and sciences, engineering mechanics and computation, computer drafting, and an innovative hands-on lab which introduces students to basic concepts of mechanical systems. In the second year, students will learn about energy and power cycles, materials, and mechanics, and participate in a group design project. Third year introduces students to aerodynamics, heat transfer, and the design of machines. Studies in the program culminate in a major computer-based design project, together with manufacturing and a series of elective courses. Throughout their studies, students will be using well-equipped experimental and computer labs, and will do design work using state-of-the-art solids modelling software.
    Mechanical Engineering,
    University of Ottawa,
    161 Louis Pasteur, Room A106,
    Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5
    Tel:(613) 562-5834
    Fax:(613) 562-5177
    engineer@uottawa.ca

  • University of Ottawa, Computer Engineering
    The computer engineering program offers solid training in computer software and hardware, as well as in computer networks and the use of computers in control systems and real-time systems. The computer engineering program is also offered with a co-operative education option which starts at the end of second year. The Baccalaureate of Applied Science in Computer Engineering is officially recognized by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board of the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers and therefore gives students the right to register with the Professional Engineers of Ontario, the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec and any other constituent associations of CCPE.
    Dr. Jiying Zhao, Coordinator,
    Computer Engineering,
    School of Information Technology and Engineering,
    University of Ottawa,
    800 King Edward Avenue (room 1-020),
    P.O. Box 450, Stn. A,
    Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5
    Tel:(613) 562-5800 ext. 6667
    Fax:(613) 562-5664
    jyzhao@site.uOttawa.ca

  • University of Ottawa, Electrical Engineering
    The electrical engineering program has a common core with all engineering programs. In first year, students take courses which include mathematics, physics and chemistry, emphasizing the principles, applications and calculations in engineering. In the second and third year, electrical engineering students continue with fundamentals of mathematics and physics but they also study electronics, circuits, and computers. In the fourth year of electrical engineering, emphasis is placed on specialized courses with laboratory work and design projects. In electrical engineering, four options are offered: communications; systems engineering; electronics; and microwave and photonic engineering.
    Dr. Derek McNamara, Coordinator,
    Electrical Engineering,
    School of Information Technology and Engineering,
    University of Ottawa,
    800 King Edward Avenue (room 1-020),
    P.O. Box 450, Stn. A,
    Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5
    Tel:(613) 562-5800 ext. 6221
    Fax:(613) 562-5664
    mcnamara@site.uOttawa.ca

  • University of Ottawa, Software Engineering
    The program prepares students for work on all types of software from real-time to business systems, with special emphasis on telecommunications software. The program also emphasizes communication and presentation skills, teamwork, management techniques and entrepreneurship. Students in the program work on industrially relevant software projects. They are taught how to use metrics to assess the quality of software and their own personal productivity. The Baccalaureate of Applied Science in the Software Engineering program is officially recognized by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board of the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers and gives exemption from the technical examination requirements of the Professional Engineers of Ontario and the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec or any other constituent associations of CCPE.
    Dr. Carlisle Adams, Coordinator,
    Software Engineering,
    School of Information Technology and Engineering,
    University of Ottawa,
    800 King Edward Avenue (room 1-020),
    P.O. Box 450, Stn. A,
    Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5
    Tel:(613) 562-5800 ext. 2345
    Fax:(613) 562-5664
    cadams@site.uOttawa.ca

  • Queen’s University, Civil Engineering
    The study of Civil Engineering at Queen's provides a strong foundation of the fundamental principles of engineering analysis and design. The breadth of the program and focus on the development of problem solving skills equips students with the ability to work on a diverse range of projects. The undergraduate program provides a choice of emphasis on either the infrastructure or the environmental fields while still allowing students the opportunity to choose subjects of personal interest leading to a more specialized career or to the development of a broader background within the profession.
    Department of Civil Engineering,
    Ellis Hall,
    Queen's University,
    Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6
    Tel:(613) 533-2122
    Fax:(613) 533-2128


  • Queen’s University, Engineering Physics
    The Engineering Physics program offers a study of fundamental physical principles and modern experimental techniques. The core courses in this program will prepare students for professional practice or graduate studies in applied or engineering physics. Engineering Physics is a popular program, in which the study of physics can be combined with engineering studies in computer, electrical, materials, or mechanical engineering.
    Queen's University,
    Department of Physics,
    99 University Avenue,
    Stirling Hall, Room 205,
    Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6
    Dr. D.R. Taylor, Chair,
    Undergraduate Studies in Engineering Physics
    Tel:(613) 533-6000 ext. 36764
    taylordr@physics.queensu.ca

  • Queen’s University, Chemical Engineering
    The Chemical Engineering program provides students with a versatile engineering experience based on fundamental chemical and biochemical engineering concepts, while strengthening knowledge in chemistry and mathematics. Students may elect to pursue the Chemical Process Engineering Option or the Biochemical Engineering Option, with Streams in Biochemical/Biomedical Engineering, or Environmental Engineering. In addition to the technical content of the program, students are introduced to business skills (technical communication, technical entrepreneurship, process economics and project management) in both third and fourth year. In the fourth year, students work in groups on design projects and select from courses involving client-based industrial consulting projects, or research projects under the supervision of academic staff or professional engineers.
    Department of Chemical Engineering,
    Queen's University,
    99 University Avenue,
    Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6
    Tel:(613) 533-2765
    Fax:(613) 533-6637
    undergrad@chee.queensu.ca

  • Queen’s University, Computer Engineering
    Computer Engineers deal with the architecture, design, implementation, and verification of the hardware and software for computing systems that are increasingly being used in embedded or networked environments. The Computer Engineering program offers a broad range of supporting course material to prepare graduates for entry into the profession. In the hardware area, courses cover digital logic and digital systems engineering, computer organization and system architecture, microprocessors, and integrated circuit engineering. Software courses include programming languages, data structures and algorithms, operating systems, real-time software design, databases, compilers, software requirements analysis, formal methods in software engineering, and techniques for human-computer interaction. Computer communication network courses include material on reliable and secure information transfer protocols, switching and routing through multipath networks, and wireless networking.
    Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
    99 University Avenue,
    Walter Light Hall,
    Queen's University,
    Kingston, Ontario, K7L 3N6
    Tel:(613) 533-2925
    Fax:(613) 533-6615


  • Queen’s University, Mathematics and Engineering
    The Mathematics and Engineering program was developed at Queen’s University in response to the need for engineers who possess the skills and insights of applied mathematicians. In the second and third years of the program, half of the curriculum consists of honours courses in pure and applied mathematics; the balance consists of engineering courses in one of four options offered in cooperation with the departments of Mechanical, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the School of Computing. The options are developed with appropriate applications of mathematics to Engineering in the final year. The options are: Applied Mechanics, Control and Communications, Computing and Communications, and Control and Robotics.
    Department of Mathematics and Statistics,
    99 University Avenue,
    Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6
    Tel:(613) 533-2390
    Fax:(613) 533-2964
    matheng@mast.queensu.ca

  • Queen’s University, Mechanical & Materials Engineering
    The second year curriculum of the Mechanical and Materials Engineering program is common to all options, but in the third and fourth year, students select either the Materials option which includes courses in materials and metallurgical engineering, or the General option which allows students to select technical electives from a variety of specialized areas of study. Students are encouraged to participate in international design competitions such as those sponsored by the Society of Automotive Engineers which include the Sunrayce solar car, the Formula racing car, the Mini Baja all terrain vehicle and the Aerodesign cargo aircraft.
    Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering,
    99 University Avenue,
    McLaughlin Hall, Room 317,
    Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6
    Tel:(613) 533-2575
    Fax:(613) 533-6489
    Chair of Undergraduate Studies: Dr. Jack Jeswiet
    jeswiet@me.queensu.ca


  • Queen’s University, Geological Engineering
    Geological Engineering at Queen's University prepares students for design challenges related to resource exploitation and management, environmental and geotechnical design and risk mitigation, and the non-destructive investigation of the subsurface environment for engineering purposes. The program provides an enhanced understanding essential for reliable and sustainable design solutions of the inherent variability in the engineering properties of earth materials as well as their changes with time and environment and the impact of their genesis on these properties. At the beginning of the second year of the Geological Engineering program, a student enrolls in one of four Options: Mineral and Energy Exploration, Geotechnical, Geo-Environmental, and Applied Geophysics.
    Department of Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering,
    Miller Hall,
    Queen's University,
    Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6
    Tel:(613) 533-2597
    Fax:(613) 533-6592
    genoff@geol.queensu.ca

  • Queen’s University, Engineering Chemistry
    The Engineering Chemistry program is offered by the Department of Chemical Engineering with the close cooperation of the Department of Chemistry. It is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board as an engineering discipline, and the Canadian Society for Chemistry as a chemistry program. The curriculum integrates a core of chemistry with a body of engineering in a manner that allows chemical knowledge to be put into practice. Beginning with a concentration on basic engineering principles, science, and mathematics, courses in the latter years allow for specialization in three areas: Advanced Materials, Environmental Chemistry and Biosciences. A Biochemistry/Engineering Chemistry dual degree program is offered to students seeking further specialization in the Biosciences.
    Department of Chemical Engineering,
    Queen's University,
    99 University Avenue,
    Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6
    Tel:(613) 533-2765
    Fax:(613) 533-6637
    undergrad@chee.queensu.ca

  • Queen’s University, Electrical Engineering
    The Electrical Engineering program is intended to prepare graduates for entry into this broad discipline. Fundamental courses in electric and electronic circuits, electromagnetics, signals and systems, applied mathematics, and other topics in second and third year provide the basis for specialization in a number of areas through more advanced elective courses in signal processing, digital and wireless communication, control systems, electric machines, robotics, power electronics, microwave and optical communication systems, and integrated circuit engineering. The Electrical Engineering program also incorporates core and elective courses in digital logic, computer systems, and software for additional breadth.
    Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
    99 University Avenue,
    Walter Light Hall,
    Queen's University,
    Kingston, Ontario, K7L 3N6
    Tel:(613) 533-2925
    Fax:(613) 533-6615


  • Queen’s University, Mining Engineering
    The mineral industry deals with the excavation and processing of ore to obtain the mineral products required by contemporary society. To meet industrial requirements, the curriculum of Mining Engineering provides three closely associated options: Mining Engineering, Mine-Mechanical Engineering, and Mineral Processing and Environmental Engineering. The Mining Engineering Option, in addition to the fundamentals of mining, includes elements of earthworks and excavation for both surface and underground. The Mine-Mechanical option produces mining engineers who understand the design, modification, automation, use and maintenance of heavy and specialized equipment in the mining industry. In the Mineral Processing and Environmental Engineering option, the subjects addressed include the design, operation and control of ore treatment plants and the environmental control systems required by government regulations.
    Mining Engineering,
    Goodwin Hall,
    Queen's University,
    Kingston, ON K7L 3N6
    Tel:(613) 533-2230
    Fax:(613) 533-6597
    office@mine.queensu.ca

  • University of Regina, Electronic Systems Engineering
    The Electronic Systems Engineering undergraduate program at the University of Regina is a nine-semester program that focuses on analog and digital electronics, with key elements of control and telecommunications. Software and computer related courses are added to this electronics and telecommunications core, allowing students to develop greater facility with both hardware and software. Graduates possess a firm grasp of the fundamentals of electronic circuits, communications, networks, software systems, and control theory.
    University of Regina, Faculty of Engineering,
    Electronic Systems Engineering,
    Room 430, Building ED,
    Ken Runtz, Program Chair,
    3737 Wascana Parkway,
    Regina, SK, S4S 0A2
    Tel:(306) 585-4599
    Fax:(306) 585-4855
    Ken.Runtz@uregina.ca

  • University of Regina, Environmental Systems Engineering
    The Environmental Systems Engineering undergraduate program at the University of Regina is a nine-semester program that demonstrates and applies systems engineering principles to environmental issues associated with water resources, air pollution, transportation, industrial development and waste management. The EVSE program has evolved into a program which is popular with students and respected by industry, largely because of its timely combination of environmental orientation and the systems approach to regional services engineering. Students plan, design and manage environmental systems; conduct environmental impact, risk assessment and remediation studies; and develop environmental protection guidelines and policies for regulating industry.
    University of Regina,
    Faculty of Engineering,
    Environmental Systems Engineering,
    Room 213, Building GG,
    Dr. Amy Veawab, Program Chair,
    3737 Wascana Parkway,
    Regina, SK, S4S 0A2
    Tel:(306) 585-5665
    Fax:(306) 585-4855
    veawab@uregina.ca
  • University of Regina, Industrial Systems Engineering
    The Industrial Systems Engineering undergraduate program at the University of Regina is a nine-semester program that is designed to develop engineers who can organize and effectively utilize the total resources of modern manufacturing and process industries - the materials, machinery, facilities, people and capital. ISE students are trained to recognize the holistic, inter-disciplinary nature of real-world engineering problems. Students and graduates are suited to a wide variety of analytical, operational, application and design, project management and bottom line responsibilities related to manufacturing, processing, utility, physical distribution and service industries.
    University of Regina,
    Faculty of Engineering,
    Industrial Systems Engineering,
    Room 410, Building ED,
    Dr. Marie A. Iwaniw, Program Chair,
    3737 Wascana Parkway,
    Regina, SK, S4S 0A2
    Tel:(306) 585-4706
    Fax:(306) 585-4855
    marie.iwaniw@uregina.ca

  • University of Regina, Petroleum Systems Engineering
    The Petroleum Systems Engineering undergraduate program at the University of Regina is a nine-semester program that evaluates, designs and manages technologies in evaluating reserves, surfaces collection and treatment facilities for oil and gas. Advanced computer utilization and automation combined with effective communications skills are integrated within the program. Techniques developed for the recovery of petroleum can be applied to the extraction of other important minerals. Petroleum System Engineers also contribute to activities such as pollution remediation and greenhouse gases.
    University of Regina,
    Faculty of Engineering,
    Petroleum Systems Engineering,
    Room 202.3, Building PT,
    Dr. Mingzhe Dong, Program Chair,
    3737 Wascana Parkway,
    Regina, SK, S4S 0A2
    Tel:(306) 337-2269
    Fax:(306) 585-4855
    mingzhe.dong@uregina.ca
  • University of Regina, Software Systems Engineering
    The Software Systems Engineering undergraduate program at the University of Regina is a nine-semester program designed to give students the knowledge to analyze, design and develop software operating on many types of computers and microprocessors. Highlights of the program include construction and engineering of software systems, Internet systems, transaction systems, interactive multimedia systems, and management and information systems; industrial applications; corporate software process; and software project management.
    University of Regina,
    Faculty of Engineering,
    Software Systems Engineering,
    Room 476, Building ED,
    Dr. Luigi Benedicenti, Associate Dean (Special Projects) and Program Chair,
    3737 Wascana Parkway,
    Regina, SK, S4S 0A2
    Tel:(306) 585-4701
    Fax:(306) 585-4855
    luigi.benedicenti@uregina.ca

  • Royal Military College of Canada, Chemical Engineering
    Chemical and Materials Engineering is a chemically-oriented engineering programme emphasizing energy and materials, leading to the degree BEng in Chemical and Materials Engineering. Graduates with this degree provide vital contributions to several technologies critical to the military and civilian sectors of our country. These technologies involve the revolution in materials to include plastics, ceramics and composites; energy, fuels and transportation; absorbents for breathing systems; the invironment; the public health field with biomedical applications, drug design and synthesis. The core of the engineering portion follows traditional Chemical engineering curriculum with further specialization in the areas of energy and materials. A unique feature of the program is inclusion of nuclear technology and safety related courses.
    Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering,
    Royal Military College of Canada,
    Kingston, ON K7K 7B4
    Tel:(613) 541-6000 ext. 6271
    Fax:(613) 542-9489
    infochem@rmc.ca

  • Royal Military College of Canada, Civil Engineering
    Civil Engineers plan, design and supervise the construction of the basic facilities on which civilized life depends.The traditional core disciplines of Civil Engineering are structures, fluids and soil mechanics, all based on a sound mathematical knowledge. Modern civil engineering, however, is more widely embracing and degree studies are grouped into structural, geotechnical, hydraulic, environment and transportation engineering. A degree in Civil Engineering also implies a level of competence in other fields such as computers, economics, geology, administration and planning.
    Department of Civil Engineering,
    Royal Military College of Canada, P.O. Box 17000, Station Forces,
    Kingston, ON K7K 7B4
    Tel:(613) 541-6000 ext. 6391
    Fax:(613) 541-6218


  • Royal Military College of Canada, Computer Engineering
    The Computer Engineering courses prepare the graduate with a background in both the software and hardware aspects of computers, and computer applications in various engineering systems. Computer Engineers work in computer design, computer networking, computer interface with electrical and mechanical systems, graphics and displays and programming language development. In the Canadian Forces, there are careers for computer engineers in project management, maintenance and operations of large computer systems and in procurement and installation of computer equipment.
    Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
    Royal Military College of Canada,
    P.O. Box 17000 Station Forces,
    Kingston, ON, K7K 7B4
    Tel:(613) 541-6000 ext. 6404
    Fax:(613) 544-8107
    lynn.morin@rmc.ca

  • Royal Military College of Canada, Electrical Engineering
    Electrical Engineers form the largest group among the different branches of engineering. Their work is all encompassing, from power generation and distribution, to telephones and television and satellite communications, plant machinery and bio-medecine. The military has a strong requirement for electrical engineers to specify, design, purchase, maintain and operate complex systems such as radar, sonar, planes and ships and communication networks. Students in electrical engineering need to have a strong background in physics and mathematics and be able to understand some of the more abstract theories in some electrical engineering courses.
    Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
    Royal Military College of Canada,
    P.O. Box 17000 Station Forces,
    Kingston, ON, K7K 7B4
    Tel:(613) 541-6000 ext. 6404
    Fax:(613) 544-8107
    lynn.morin@rmc.ca

  • Royal Military College of Canada, Mechanical Engineering
    In the practice of their profession, engineers are continually faced with answering two questions - will it work? And will it last? The preparation of the Mechanical Engineer to meet these concerns is initiated in the first two years of study through an exposure to the fundamental physical laws and to the basic language of engineering communication: mathematics and graphics or mechanical drawing. In third year, other mechanical engineering topics are introduced as tribology, materials, manufacturing techniques, constraint analysis, dynamics, thermo-dynamics, fluids, mathematics and machine design. In fourth year, some of the previous topics are presented in an advanced format and students are given the choice of study from a range of optional courses including the option of aeronautics.
    Department of Mechanical Engineering,
    Royal Military College of Canada,
    P.O. Box 17000 Station Forces,
    Kingston, ON, K7K 7B4
    Tel:(613) 541-6000 ext. 6369
    boissonneault-n@rmc.ca

  • Ryerson University, Aerospace Engineering
    The Aerospace Engineering program is very comprehensive and prepares students for careers in this dynamic industry. The program includes directly related studies in aerodynamics, stress analysis and structural design, flight mechanics, stability and control, aircraft performance together with courses in the fields of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. The first year of studies is common with the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering programs and covers mathematics, basic sciences, computer programming and introductory courses in engineering. Based on the increasing demand for specialized aerospace engineering professionals, the undergraduate program in Aerospace Engineering was recently partitioned into two streams of study; one in space systems, the other in atmospheric flight.
    Department of Aerospace Engineering,
    Ryerson University,
    Centre for Computing and Engineering,
    ENG170, 350 Victoria Street,
    Toronto, ON, M5B 2K3
    Tel:(416) 979-5016
    Fax:(416) 979-5056
    aerinfo@ryerson.ca

  • Ryerson University, Chemical Engineering Co-op
    The 5-year, Co-operative Program at Ryerson University provides students with 20 months of work experience that enhances their technical abilities, hones their communication skills, and puts them in an advantageous position to obtain permanent employment compared to the graduates from traditional programs. The first two years of the program focus on basic sciences and include introductory courses in chemical engineering principles. The third and fourth years of the program give students the opportunity to study chemical engineering in depth, to learn computer applications computers, and to apply this knowledge to design situations. The fourth year allows the students to study specialized elective courses, and broaden their knowledge. Visit the Chemical Engineering website to download a student guide, obtain detailed course information and contact the Department.
    Department of Chemical Engineering,
    Ryerson University,
    350 Victoria Street,
    Room KHS-241-D, Kerr Hall South,
    Toronto, ON, M5B 2K3
    Tel:(416) 979-5157
    Fax:(416) 979-5083
    chemeng@ryerson.ca

  • Ryerson University, Graduate Program in Chemical Engineering
    The two programs offered at the Graduate level at Ryerson University are a Master of Applied Science in Chemical Engineering and a Master of Engineering in Chemical Engineering. These programs provide advanced training, and professional development opportunities to aspiring graduates through specialized coursework, and needs-driven applied research in the areas of Water and Wastewater Treatment, and Polymers and Processing Engineering. Technological advancement as well as availability of highly qualified personnel in these two areas is of immense significance to Canada and the world. For more information, please visit the website of Chemical Engineering Graduate Program.
    Graduate Program in Chemical Engineering,
    School of Graduate Studies,
    Ryerson University,
    350 Victoria Street,
    Toronto, ON M5B 2K3
    Tel:(416) 979-5000 ext. 7733
    Fax:(416) 979-5153
    chemgrad@ryerson.ca

  • Ryerson University, Civil Engineering
    The Civil Engineering program provides graduates with the basic knowledge and skills to enter the civil engineering profession. The curriculum encompasses the four primary disciplines of civil engineering; structural, geotechnical, transportation and environmental engineering. Students who have completed second year may choose to enter the Geomatics Engineering Option of the program. The curriculum is unique in Ontario and focuses on modern spatial data management systems with applications in satellite positioning, digital image processing and mapping, photogrammetry and remote sensing, computer and communication technologies and geospatial information systems.
    Department of Civil Engineering,
    Ryerson University,
    350 Victoria Street,
    Toronto, ON, M5B 2K3
    Tel:(416) 979-5000


  • Ryerson University, Electrical Engineering
    Electrical and Computer Engineering are the two fastest evolving engineering disciplines. Over the last thirty years, micro-electronics, computer systems, and digital and mobile communication systems have emerged as a result of ground-breaking innovations in the electrical and computer engineering fields. The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers highly structured programs that emphasize not only the theoretical fundamentals but also the practical aspects of the engineering profession.The first-year courses of the Electrical Engineering program will provide the students with grounding in engineering science fundamentals such as mathematics, physics, chemistry, computer science and the theory of electric circuits.
    Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
    Ryerson University,
    350 Victoria Street,
    Toronto, ON, M5B 2K3,
    Tel:(416) 979-5052
    Fax:(416) 979-5280
    info@ee.ryerson.ca

  • Ryerson University, Industrial Engineering
    Ryerson's Industrial Engineering program emphasizes effectiveness and efficiency in the design, operation and management of complex systems in manufacturing and services sectors. This focus is presented through a broad curriculum foundation. The first year of study introduces the student to engineering principles and the basics of related disciplines. Core industrial engineering courses begin in the second year. In the third and fourth years, students take professional courses in the area of management science and manufacturing engineering. A thesis is required for all fourth year students.
    Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering,
    Ryerson University,
    350 Victoria Street,
    Toronto, ON, M5B 2K3
    Tel:(416) 979-5303
    Fax:(416) 979-5265
    indinfo@ryerson.ca

  • Ryerson University, Mechanical Engineering
    The Mechanical Engineering program prepares students for various career opportunities in Mechanical Engineering. The curriculum is designed to develop and sharpen the student's abilities to conceptualize, analyze and synthesize. It provides studies in fundamental science and mathematics, engineering science and engineering design. The main engineering areas of the curriculum are machine design, manufacturing and fabrication, materials, thermal and fluid processes and mechatronics. A balance of liberal arts and complementary studies, including some management courses, further the student's ability in communication and provide a wider understanding of the modern technological society. The blend of theory and practice is found throughout the program. Lectures are reinforced with comprehensive experiments and demonstrations in many laboratories.
    Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering,
    Ryerson University,
    350 Victoria Street,
    Toronto, ON, M5B 2K3
    Tel:(416) 979-5303
    Fax:(416) 979-5265
    mecinfo@ryerson.ca

  • University of Saskatchewan, Agricultural & Bioresource Engineering
    Agricultural and Bioresource Engineering, often referred to as Biosystems Engineering, integrates engineering science and design with applied biological sciences for the solution of problems involving plants, animals and the natural environment. It deals with patterns of relationships among organisms and their environments, and engineering design to develop processes, machines, and systems that influence, control, or utilize biological materials and organisms for the benefit of society. Graduates are employed in the agricultural and food industries, as well as in other resource industries such as forestry and mining.
    Department of Agricultural and Bioresource Engineering,
    Engineering Building Room 1A01,
    University of Saskatchewan,
    57 Campus Drive,
    Saskatoon, SK, S7N 5A9
    Tel:(306) 966-5303
    Fax:(306) 966-5334
    Heather_Larson@engr.usask.ca
  • University of Saskatchewan, Chemical Engineering
    Chemical Engineering deals chiefly with industrial processing to produce value-added products from raw materials. The processing of organic (crude oils, natural gas, lumber), inorganic (ores, air, salts) and biological (starches, cellulose, fats) materials into a wide range of useful commodity products, such as fuels, plastics, pharmaceuticals, fertilizers and foods is carried out within a framework of environmental sustainability and concern for worker/public safety. Emphasis is on the design, construction and economic operation of equipment in these areas, and on related research and development. Some emphasis on environmental studies, petrochemicals and biotechnology is permitted through the choice of electives.
    Department of Chemical Engineering,
    University of Saskatchewan,
    College of Engineering,
    57 Campus Drive,
    Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A9
    Tel:(306) 966-4760
    Fax:(306) 966-4777
    horosko@engr.usask.ca

  • University of Saskatchewan, Civil Engineering
    Civil Engineering covers the broad areas of environmental, geoenvironmental, hydrotechnical, structures, materials, and transportation engineering. The program is designed in such a way that students are exposed to the basic civil engineering science during the second and third years of the program. During this time, the students are required to take courses that introduce the fundamental concepts in all of these areas. In the final year, students have the opportunity to select electives that allow some degree of specialization. Project/design courses are provided in two of the three upper years. These courses are designed to give students experience in solving open-ended problems, in working in partnership with others and, where possible, in becoming involved in interdisciplinary activities.
    Department of Civil & Geological Engineering,
    57 Campus Drive, Room 3B48.3,
    Engineering Building,
    University of Saskatchewan,
    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, SK S7N 5A9
    Tel:(306) 966-5336
    Fax:(306) 966-5427
    civil@engr.usask.ca

  • University of Saskatchewan, Electrical Engineering
    The Electrical Engineering program provides a foundation for work in the fields of analog and digital electronics, microelectronics, signal processing, communications, power generation, transmission and distribution, electrical machines, computing systems, controls and general electrical engineering applications. In the second, third and fourth years emphasis is placed on theory and practice. Some specialization is possible by choosing appropriate electives in the third and fourth years.
    Department of Electrical Engineering,
    University of Saskatchewan,
    57 Campus Drive,
    Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A9
    Tel:(306) 966-5379
    Fax:(306) 966-5407
    eedept@engr.usask.ca

  • University of Saskatchewan, Mechanical Engineering
    The Mechanical Engineering program provides students with a fundamental training in the basic areas of mechanical engineering, These are thermodynamics and fluid dynamics; material properties, metallurgy and strength of materials; and engineering analysis, synthesis, dynamics and controls. Practical applications and design are introduced in the first year as well. Specialisation in Mechanical Engineering begins at the start of the second year of a four year program.
    Department of Mechanical Engineering,
    University of Saskatchewan,
    57 Campus Drive,
    Saskatoon, SK, S7N 5A9
    Tel:(306) 966-5440
    Fax:(306) 966-5427
  • University of Saskatchewan, Engineering Physics
    The study of Engineering Physics emphasizes the application of basic scientific principles to the design of equipment, which includes electronic and electro-mechanical systems, for use in measurements, communications, and data acquisition. The program is recommended for students interested in newly developing areas of physics, high technology, instrumentation and communications. The program is fully accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board so graduates will be eligible to be certified as a professional engineer. Graduates are also qualified for entry into graduate schools in Physics or other disciplines.
    Department of Physics and Engineering Physics,
    University of Saskatchewan,
    116 Science Place,
    Saskatoon, SK, S7N 5E2
    Tel:(306) 966-6396
    Fax:(306) 966-6400


  • University of Saskatchewan, Geological Engineering
    Geological Engineering is designed for those persons interested in the exploration, development, recovery and stewardship of subsurface resources. A broad background in aspects of geotechnical, mining and petroleum engineering is provided. Some degree of specialization in each of these areas is possible in the selection of upper year electives.
    Department of Civil & Geological Engineering,
    57 Campus Drive, Room 3B48.3,
    Engineering Building,
    University of Saskatchewan,
    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, SK S7N 5A9
    Tel:(306) 966-5336
    Fax:(306) 966-5427
    civil@engr.usask.ca

  • McMaster University, Chemical Engineering and Management
    This program combines Chemical Engineering with the core requirements of a Commerce degree. The resulting 5-yr course of study is the only discipline-specific, accredited undergraduate program of its kind in Canada. This program introduces concepts useful in managing the financial aspects of chemical engineering projects.
    McMaster University,
    Department of Chemical Engineering,
    1280 Main Street West,
    Hamilton, ON L8S 4L7
    Tel:(905) 525-9140
    Fax:(905) 521-1350


  • CCPE - Accredited Engineering Programs
    This list of accredited programs includes only engineering programs leading to a Bachelor's degree. The institutions listed have voluntarily requested that specific engineering programs be evaluated by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB). The terminology requested by the institutions is used in the list. - CCPE
  • University of Manitoba, Internationally Educated Engineering Qualifications Program
    The Internationally Educated Engineering Qualifications Program (IEEQ) provides a route for immigrants with engineering credentials obtained outside of Canada to meet part of the licensing requirements for professional engineering practice in Manitoba.
    IEEQ Program
    E2-262 EITC
    University of Manitoba
    Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 5V6
    Tel: (204) 474-8961
    Fax: (204) 474-7676
    ieeq@umanitoba.ca


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