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Major
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Architecture is the art and science of creating space — this can be space in furniture, a room, a building, groups of buildings, or an entire city. Architects use art, science and technology to shape how we interact by...
Major Concentration
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Software engineers design, develop and test the software programs that apply computer technology to everyday processes. Things as fundamental to our daily lives as downloading e-mails or scanning barcodes at the grocery store...
Major
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Computer engineering is where computer science and electrical engineering meet. Computer engineers design, build and debug the hardware required to run all kinds of computers — from phones, airplanes and communications networks...
Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Biotechnology is the science of understanding, selecting, and promoting useful organisms and specific gene products for commercial and therapeutic purposes. It demands a broad comprehension of biology and engineering as well as...
Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
The Minor in Nanotechnology is a cross-disciplinary program at the intersection of Science, Engineering and Medicine. Explore your interests and discover new ones in a variety of disciplines like: Nanomaterial synthesis and...
Major, Honours
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
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...
Major, Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Software engineers design, develop and test the software programs that apply computer technology to everyday processes. Things as fundamental to our daily lives as downloading e-mails or scanning barcodes at the grocery store...
Major
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Bioengineering uses living systems as an inspiration and tool to design and create. It is a rapidly growing discipline covering a range of topics like materials science and tissue engineering, biomedical devices and...

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