Faculty of Engineering
|Description:||Materials Engineering is the study of products used for building and manufacturing. It's the driving force behind metal and material production and development. Developing new, advanced materials responds to societal demands for such things as more fuel efficient vehicles, faster computer processors, and ceramics that withstand a great deal of heat.
It is a program of the Faculty of Engineering
|Program options:||Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) or
Concurrent Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Science (BEng/BSc) or
Concurrent Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Arts (BEng/BA)
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:||High School courses
Pre-Calculus or Calculus
1 additional university preparatory course
See Admissions Requirements for more information.