Mechanical engineers are involved in the conception, design, implementation and operation of a variety of mechanical systems, from bicycles and space shuttles to espresso machines. This program will help you gain expertise that can be used in aerospace, energy, manufacturing, machinery and transportation.
The Mechanical Engineering degree offers three areas of specialization so you can study what you're most passionate about:
- Design emphasizes problems involved in designing processes and products, especially for extreme environments.
- Aeronautics focuses on engineering issues within the aerospace industry.
- Mechatronics involves integrating mechanical engineering with electronic control and systems analysis in product and process designs.
With a Mechanical Engineering degree, you can work in design, manufacturing and operations across countless industries, like aerospace, automotive, biomechanics, energy and power conversion, robotics, manufacturing, food processing, pulp and paper, textiles, heavy machinery and household appliances. Mechanical engineers can also become skilled project managers and executives.
You can become a professional:
- Aerospace engineer
- Automotive engineer
- CAD technician
- Technical specialist
As a Mechanical Engineering student, you can take courses like:
Minors are a great way to customize your academic experience. Many students use minors to pursue interests outside their major, while others choose minors to complement their degree.
Minors that complement this program:
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For this program, you'll need to apply to the Faculty of Engineering.
See full admission requirements for more information about deadlines and whether supporting documents are required for your application.