The Faculty of Engineering & Architectural Science (FEAS) gives students the opportunity to gain an accredited and internationally recognized engineering degree from one of Canada’s leading universities. At FEAS, the blueprint for leadership development is a unique alliance of interdisciplinary learning, technical fluency, ethical decision-making, community interaction and crucial conversations about what leadership means on campus, in the workplace and society at large.
Solve environmental and societal problems and help make communities safer.
Learn to conceive, design, plan and build-essential, sustainable infrastructures, including power and water supply structures, waste treatment facilities, high- and low-rise buildings, airports, roads, and dams.
Structural Engineering: Starting in the third year, this option focuses on structural analysis, structural building systems, bridge design and construction, renovation/repair of existing structures and structural design of concrete, steel, timber, and masonry.
Shape the technology that powers our world – from computer systems to electronic devices and power transmission systems.
Learn to design systems that use electricity, electronics, and electromagnetics to advance technology in industries ranging from health care to manufacturing to consumer electronics. Design, develop and
implement electrical circuit relationships, electronic devices, integrated circuits, microprocessors, computers, and control systems.
Discover what makes an artificial heartbeat, an escalator move or robots walk and talk.
Learn to design, manufacture, and test machines, biomechanical implants, energy-efficient systems, thermofluid systems, and consumer products.
Mechatronics Engineering: Starting in the third year, this option integrates the fundamentals of electronics and computer science with mechanical engineering in applications like robotics, autonomous vehicles, system controls, and product engineering.
Design the next digital phenomenon and make all of our lives more efficient, entertaining, and interconnected.
Gain versatile and in-demand skills, including designing and building computers, mapping networks, programming software, developing hardware and firmware, and interfacing computers with each other and the world.
Software engineering: Starting in the third year, this option integrates software programming and computer science principles into the hardware component of the computer engineering program. Learn how to program and create software, while also understanding the architecture of computer systems, leading to an exciting career as a developer, software architect, computer systems designer, or data engineer.
|Type||Course Code | Course Name|
|Core Required||CEN 100: Introduction to Engineering|
|Core Required||CHY 102: General Chemistry|
|Core Required||MTH 140: Calculus I|
|Core Required||MTH 141: Linear Algebra|
|Core Required||PCS 211: Physics: Mechanics|
|Core Required||CEN 199: Writing Skills * This course is graded on a pass/fail basis|
|Liberal Studies||One course from Table A - Lower Level Liberal Studies|
|Type||Course Code | Course Name|
|Core Required||ECN 801: Principles of Engineering Economics|
|Core Required||MTH 240: Calculus II|
|Core Required||PCS 125: Physics: Waves and Fields|
|Computer, Electrical and Mechanical||CPS 188: Computer Programming Fundamentals|
|Civil and Mechanical||MTL 200: Materials Science Fundamentals|
|Civil only||CPS 125: Digital Computation & Programming|
|Civil only||CVL 207: Graphics|
|Computer and Electrical||ELE 202: Electric Circuit Analysis|
|Mechanical only||MEC 222: Engineering Graphical Communication|