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Degrees and Requirements for Professional Registration

Degrees and Requirements for Professional Registration

Non-Professional
Bachelor of Science (Architecture)

The first professional degree in architecture is the Master of Architecture (Professional). Further information can be found in Programs, Courses and University Regulations > Faculties & Schools > Faculty of Engineering > Graduate (available at www.mcgill.ca/study).

Professional
Bachelor of Engineering
Bachelor of Software Engineering

The B.Eng. and B.S.E. programs are accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) of Engineers Canada and fulfil the academic requirements for admission to the provincial engineering professional organizations. Engineers Canada has also negotiated agreements with engineering organizations in other countries to grant Canadian licensed engineers the same privileges accorded to professional engineers in those countries. For more information, visit the Engineers Canada website at www.engineerscanada.ca. All students are expected to seek professional registration after graduation.

To become a professional engineer in Canada, a graduate must pass an examination on legal aspects and on the principles of professional practice, and acquire two to four years of engineering experience, depending on the province. Only persons duly registered may use the title “engineer” and perform the professional activities reserved for engineers by provincial laws and regulations.

In Quebec, the professional engineering body is the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ). In order to better prepare new graduates for the practice of their profession, McGill organizes seminars in cooperation with the OIQ on various aspects of the profession. The OIQ also has a student section. As soon as you have accumulated 60 credits in a B.Eng. or B.S.E. program, you can join the student section of the OIQ. Registration is free. For more information, visit the OIQ website at www.oiq.qc.ca.

Faculty of Engineering—2013-2014 (last updated Feb. 26, 2013) (disclaimer)