Bachelor Degrees in Engineering
The Faculty of Engineering offers undergraduate Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) degrees in Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Mechanical, Metals and Materials, Mining, and Software Engineering. Students can also pursue a Bachelor of Science (Architecture) degree. For a brief description of each of these programs, please visit the links below:
Through a challenging curriculum, students in the McGill Faculty of Engineering acquire a strong foundation in science and technology and develop valuable interpersonal and teamwork skills. All programs provide a strong background in math, basic sciences, engineering science, design and complementary studies. The first year of the program for students entering the Faculty of Engineering from outside Quebec constitutes a full year of basic science courses (mathematics, physics and chemistry).
NOTE: An accredited degree in Bioresource Engineering is offered through the Department of Bioresource Engineering of the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
General Engineering Program
The General Engineering major allows students entering on the basis of a high school diploma to pursue a common first year (Year0) curriculum without having to choose a particular major program at the time of application. Complete information about this new program at: General Engineering Program
Students can choose to either broaden their background or attain in-depth coverage of a particular subject by enrolling in Minor programs. Minors are coherent sequences of courses that may be taken in addition to those required for the BEng degree.If students plan their programs well, they normally take only one extra semester beyond the BEng degree program to complete the Minor.