Mechanical engineers apply the fundamentals of science and math to create practical, useful solutions for a wide range of mechanical, thermal and biomedical systems and devices, from computer parts to power plants, from manufacturing systems to spacecraft.

This is a broad-based area of engineering, and graduates find work in almost every industrial sector, including high tech, aerospace, manufacturing, automotive, energy, biomedicine and consulting.

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Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering + Computing Technology

With the Co-operative Education (CO-OP) Program, you can gain hands-on experience in your field of study while you complete your degree.

CO-OP program requirements, employers, salaries, and details

  • This program is offered in English and in French.
  • All courses are offered in English.
  • All first and second year courses, and some third year courses, are also available in French.

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Careers and graduate studies

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Student testimonial

“The variety of courses in this program complements my wide range of interests. My education will keep my options open after graduation due to my strong understanding in a variety of subjects.”

Shannon Berry

— Mechanical Engineering and Computing Technology, Engineering Management and Entrepreneurship option

Admission requirements

Admission averages vary between English and French programs. See the French page for the French program requirements.

Please note these minimum requirements are subject to change. Admission is not guaranteed. See the full undergraduate admission requirements for more information.

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