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Engineering and Applied Science

Design your future with our world-class Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. From developing innovative solutions that address global problems, to turning ideas into brilliant products, our high-tech programs give you the tools to succeed. Our programs are fully accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB). As an Ontario Tech engineering grad, you’ll help make the world a better place.

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The university provides the latest in technology and engineering courses, while also offering endless support with resumé and interview preparation.
Kyle francis Engineering and Management (Honours) in Mechanical Engineering, Class of 2015 Engine Assembly, Honda of Canada Manufacturing, New Tecumseth, Ontario
  • Programs
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    Automotive Engineering

    Automotive Engineering

    The only accredited program of its kind in Canada, our Automotive Engineering program prepares engineers to meet the need for advancements in the automotive sector by accelerating research and the development of alternative technologies, such as electric and fuel-cell driven vehicles.

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    Electrical Engineering

    Electrical Engineering

    Our Electrical Engineering program focuses on the design and development of electrical and computer technologies, and their component parts. The integration of electrical components into complex systems is also studied.

    You can choose the Smart Grid specialization or follow the comprehensive program. 

    Smart Grid specialization 

    The Smart Grid specialization leverages communications and networking technology to move our ageing power grid into the 21 st century. You'll study all aspects of the smart grid including networking and security, smart metering, electric energy storage systems, power quality, and transportation electrification.

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    Manufacturing Engineering

    Manufacturing Engineering

    The only program of its kind in Canada, our Manufacturing Engineering program is about the design and improvement of high‑tech systems for the production and manufacturing of products. This includes the development and application of advanced technologies such as robotics, automation, new materials and intelligent controls.

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    Mechanical Engineering

    Mechanical Engineering

    Our Mechanical Engineering program is one of the broadcast engineering disciplines. In this program, students will learn the principles of mechanical engineering—motion, energy, and force—and how these principles are used to design and build the world around us. Within this program, you can choose the Energy Engineering specialization or follow the comprehensive program. 

    Energy Engineering specialization

    Energy engineering is increasingly focused on the efficient and environmentally responsible use of energy systems, as well as energy security and reliability. You will specialize in all aspects of energy—from its generation to its end use—including energy conversion, storage, transportation and distribution. 

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    Mechatronics Engineering

    Mechatronics Engineering

    Our Mechatronics Engineering program is an interdisciplinary engineering field. It integrates mechanical and electrical systems with real-time control, combining hardware with software to produce new devices such as consumer products, medical devices, high- tech automobile systems, and robots.

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    Software Engineering

    Software Engineering

    The Software Engineering program focuses on the analysis, design, development and testing of reliable and secure software systems, as well as the integration of software into complex systems, and the timely and cost-effective delivery of software systems, that meet changing requirements. The program applies both computer science and engineering principles.

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  • Experiential learning

    Experiential learning is the bridge between theory and practice by allowing you to:

    • Engage directly in a real-world situation through concrete experience.
    • Reflect on your experience by observing your surroundings and how this experience relates to the real world.
    • Learn from your experience.
    • Put your new skills and knowledge into practice through active experimentation.

    As a student within our faculty, you have access to numerous experiential learning opportunities that will take your educational experience to the next level. From placements to internships and everything in between, you can feel confident that you are entering the workforce career-ready.

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