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Multidisciplinary Design - Experiential Learning

The bachelor’s in multidisciplinary design is looking for students who want to make a difference in the world. Graduates from this program will be well positioned to work at the intersection of technology and other fields, such as arts, business, humanities or public policy. This flexible three-year program takes an experiential learning approach through internships, labs and mentorship. 

This program offers seven learning paths, based on your interests and career goals. They were created in collaboration with industry experts to address real gaps in the job market and ensure that you graduate market-ready and prepared to become a change maker of tomorrow.

Learning paths include: 

  • Cybersecurity 
  • Project management 
  • STEM education 
  • Technology and public policy 
  • Responsible artificial intelligence innovation 
  • UX design 
  • Sustainable design 

If none of these pre-defined learning paths suits your interests, you can work with a faculty adviser to create your own. 

This is a small, hands-on program that allows you to make an impact on your community, locally and globally. The curriculum includes topics such as teamwork, problem solving, communication, ethics and sustainability.  

In addition, you complete two summer internships and 450 hours of community service. 

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  • This program is offered in English and in French.

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Our design spaces are multidisciplinary and encourage students to think creatively, engage in experiential learning and promote entrepreneurship. Learn more about our design spaces on campus.
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We're looking for applicants who demonstrate the following:

  • Authenticity
  • Drive and motivation
  • Creativity and innovation
  • Open-mindedness
  • Organization
  • Integrity
  • A sense of caring and compassion

Admission averages are different for the English and French programs. See the French program requirements.

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

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