Bachelor of Science in Engineering (B.E.) - 4 years

The engineering physics program presents a challenging and interesting workload. The first two years of classes are based upon core engineering subjects. The third and fourth years of classes are specialized in technical and design-based principles. We offer the advantage of small classes, large lab facilities, superb faculty and excellent support staff. 

The engineering physics program is fully accredited by Engineer's Canada, Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).

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Engineering & Computer Science Dual Degree (B.E & B.Sc) - 5 years

Students can complete the requirements for 2 degrees, subject to the requirements set by the university. Students interested in doing a dual degree should consult an advisorOther dual degree programs are possible, including Double Honours degrees.  In all cases, the student interested in this kind of program should consult an academic advisor as soon as possible. 

To complete a B.Sc. 3 year degree in Computer Science, a student in Engineering Physics can combine some of the credits required by the Engineering degree with at least 30cu which are used only for the B.Sc.  Students must also satisfy the B.Sc. 3 year requirements, and have at most 48cu at the junior level. 

This program is accredited by the Canadian Information Processing Society's (CIPS), Computer Science Accreditation Council (CSAC) and by Engineer's Canada, Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).

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Master of Science (M.Sc.) - 2 years

Students can enroll in a Master of Science program that is a project and/or thesis based. The department has well-equipped research and teaching laboratories and allows either experimental or theoretical research projects. Students may be involved in a specialized research-oriented activity, collaboration with industry, or research centers in Canada. The length expected to complete a M.Sc. is two years.

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Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) - 4 years

Students can enroll in a Doctor of Philosophy program that is thesis based. The department has well-equipped research and teaching laboratories and allows either experimental or theoretical research projects. Students may be involved in a specialized research-oriented activity, collaboration with industry, or research centers in Canada. The length expected to complete a Ph.D. is four years.

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