Faculty of Engineering
|Description:||Engineers are problem solvers, constantly trying to find better ways to do things, whether designing a better laptop, making safer cars, finding ways to harness wind energy - even attempting to make a concrete canoe float. As an engineering student, you'll think both analytically and creatively. You'll work in student teams and learn to communicate effectively and be prepared for a career in any number of well-paying, challenging fields.
Environmental Engineering is a rapidly-growing discipline. Students learn various approaches to environment-based design, waste management, water and soil quality, energy conservation and renewables, and air quality.
|Program options:||Bachelor of Engineering (BEng)
Accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) of the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers
|Length of program:||4-6 years (dependent upon participation in co-op/work term or concurrent degree program)
|Prerequisites:||Required High School courses:
Pre-Calculus or Calculus
1 additional university preparatory course
See Admissions Requirements for more information.