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Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Chemical engineers design processes and systems required to scale something a chemist produces in a test tube (like plastics, pharmaceuticals and chemicals) into mass manufacturable products. All kinds of industries rely on...
Major, Honours, Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Physiology explores the functions of living organisms. Physiologists investigate everything from individual molecules' interactions to the way specific organs work within the human body. Understanding cell and system...
Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
The goal of environmental engineering is to make sure that societal development and the use of water, land and air resources are sustainable. This is done by managing resources so that environmental pollution and degradation...
Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
The Minor in Technological Entrepreneurship is a multidisciplinary, integrative program jointly offered by the Faculty of Engineering and the Desautels Faculty of Management. You will learn how to conceptualize, develop, and...
Minor
Macdonald Campus
The Minor in Human Nutrition is intended to complement your primary field of study by introducing you to the metabolic aspects of human nutrition. This program is especially accessible for students in Biochemistry, Biology,...
Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Kinesiology, the study of human movement, is also largely known as exercise or sport science. The Minor Kinesiology is designed to provide students in B.Sc. programs with basic but comprehensive knowledge of scientific bases...
Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) store, analyze and visualize data of geographic positions on the Earth's surface. The Minor concentration in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Remote Sensing allows you to develop...
Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Physics is in many ways the parent of other natural sciences – its discoveries and laws continually affect their development. The subfields of physics, such as mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity, atomic physics, and...
Major, Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Materials engineers design processes and develop technology to create new materials, like super-strong titanium alloys for spacecrafts and artificial bone implants for medical patients. The recycling industry also relies...

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