Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
- Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSc)
- Bachelor of Science in Engineering with Professional Internship (BSc)
Queen’s engineers take pride in an enduring tradition of achievement, both academically and in extracurricular pursuits that have an impact on the world around them. In an atmosphere of collaboration, not competition, this dual focus has helped make Queen’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science an international leader in engineering education.
With a common first year, the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science allows you to make an educated choice about the program you’d like to pursue – a realistic engineering project in first year will help you discover your passion and choose your engineering field. We also offer 12-16 month paid work internships, or the opportunity to combine Arts with Engineering for a dual degree.
It’s no wonder Queen’s Engineers are so highly sought after!
10 Programs, 36 Options
Queen’s common first year curriculum gives you exposure to all of our engineering disciplines prior to choosing your best fit. As long as you pass all first year courses, you’ll be given a space in your discipline of choice:
- Civil Engineering
- Infrastructure, Enviromental, Hydraulics, Geotechnical, Public Health
- Computer Engineering
- Digital Systems Engineering, System Architecture, Software Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Signal Processing, Digital/Wireless Communication, Controls, Machines, Robotics, Power Electronics, Microwave and Optical Communications
- Mechanical and Materials Engineering
- Mechatronics, Biomechanical, Materials, Manufacturing, Fluid Dynamics, Aerospace
- Mining Engineering
- Environmental, Mine-Mechanical, Mineral Processing, Mining
- Engineering Chemistry
- Biosciences Engineering, Environmental Chemistry, Advanced Materials
- Engineering Physics
- Mechanical, Computing, Electrical, Materials options
- Geological Engineering
- Applied Geophysics, Geo-Environmental, Geotechnical, Mineral and Energy Exploration
- Mathematics and Engineering
- Control and Robotics, Applied Mechanics, Computing and Communications, Control and Communications
Technology, Engineering and Management (TEAM)
Act as a consultant in a multidisciplinary team of engineering, commerce, law, and science students. Explore problem and project scope definition, project execution including technical alternatives (health, safety, and environmental), prepare recommendations, and market and financial analysis. This ultimate real-world challenge concludes with a report and presentation at the client's office.
Practical Engineering Modules
This National award-winning course launches you into a realistic engineering environment right in 1st year!
Project teams are challenged to solve a unique problem while learning best-practice in experimentation methods, design work, safety, community and societal issues.
*St. Lawrence College Civil Engineering Technology
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