Options: Chemical or Biochemical and Environmental
Make the world a greener place. Chemical engineers design, develop and operate chemical and biochemical processes to make products, such as plastics, polymers, medicines, food, fuels, fertilizers, detergents, cosmetics, and consumer goods, at minimum cost in a safe and environmentally sustainable way.
Options: Structural, Environmental or International Development
Improve society’s quality of life. Civil engineers make communities a safer place by providing essential infrastructure, solving environmental problems resulting from industrialization and resource consumption, and mitigating natural disasters.
Options: Electronic Devices or Software Systems for Ubiquitous Computing
Design the next digital phenomenon. Computer engineers design hardware and build computer systems ranging from high-performance parallel supercomputers to micro-devices that will operate the next generation of cell phones, medical equipment, and video games.
Options: Wireless Communication, Power Systems or Biomedical Signals and Systems
Power the future. Electrical engineers harness electrical energy for
Become an innovative leader. Integrated engineers excel in management, are fluent in the languages of multiple engineering disciplines and are cognizant of innovative solutions. Our Integrated program was recently redesigned to address the innovation gap in Canada by developing engineering leadership and innovation skills.
Design a better tomorrow. Mechanical engineers use fundamental engineering concepts and contemporary design practices to develop new devices, materials, processes
Offer new health-care solutions. Mechatronic system engineers combine mechanical, electrical, computer, control, and systems design to create useful products. These principles help generate simpler, more economical, reliable and versatile systems in areas such as health care and rehabilitation.
Option: Health Informatics
Develop the next big thing. Software engineers specify, design,