McGill Engineering is known for the expertise of its professors, the talent of its students, the exceptional quality of its teaching and research, and the contributions of its alumni. Our Faculty is also a leader ― within McGill and across Canada ― in encouraging interdisciplinary, inter-Faculty and inter-institutional approaches to problem solving.
The Faculty of Engineering offers undergraduate Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) degrees in Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Mechanical, Materials Co-op, and Mining Co-op. The Faculty also offers a Bachelor of Software Engineering and a Bachelor of Science (Architecture) degree. See Undergraduate Programs for descriptions of each program.
McGill's Enrolment Services handles applications to undergraduate programs in the Faculty of Engineering. Please see the Undergraduate Admissions Guide for more information about the application process.
Campus tours are conducted by McGill students, Monday to Friday (excluding holidays), in English and French (by request). Tours focus on the history of McGill’s buildings, life in residence, student services, library resources, and clubs and societies.
Come to McGill at any time of the year and take yourself on a self-guided tour of Engineering's facilities.
McGill's Faculty of Engineering offers graduate students the opportunity to work with world-calibre researchers and exceptionally talented students in the Departments of Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mining and Materials Engineering, and the Schools of Architecture and Urban Planning. Please see Graduate Programs for more information about research opportunities and available funding.
Students have access to advanced research facilities and the opportunity to be a part of innovative strategic research teams such as Advanced materials and nanotechnology, Broadband Communication, Bioengineering, Aerospace Engineering, and Engineering and Design for Sustainability