Mar 23, 2013

Get An Engineering Degree in Canada

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Canada is a popular choice among students because of Canada’s high academic standards and rigorous quality controls which earn them a high-quality degree and opens new opportunities for them. The quality of education and living standards in Canada are equivalent to any other developed country but the cost of living and tuition fees are generally lower than in other countries such as the United States and United Nations.

The multi-cultural society with almost all the ethnic groups found in Canada, it’s not hard for international students to find their ethnic food and recreation activities. Under Canada’s highly dynamic and practical academic environment, you will not only acquire knowledge and skills in analysis and communication, but you will also develop your trans-cultural skills. Also, you’ll have incredible exposure to meet like-minded individuals and gain valuable experience through student-run governments, radio, newspapers and businesses.

Engineering courses offered by Universities of Canada:

Mcgill University-Faculty of Engineering

Courses:

Name of the Degree/Course

Subject

B.Eng

Chemical Engineering

B.Eng

Mechanical Engineering

M.Eng

Chemical Engineering (Thesis)

B.Eng

Civil Engineering

B.Eng

Software Engineering

M.Eng

Electrical Engineering (Thesis)

B.Eng

Computer Engineering

M.Eng

Biomedical Engineering

M.Eng

Mechanical Engineering

B.Eng

Electrical Engineering

University of Alberta- Faculty of Engineering

 Courses:

Name of the Degree/Course

Subject

B.Eng

Chemical Engineering

B.Eng

Materials Engineering

M.Eng

Chemical Engineering, Process Control, and Materials Engineering

B.Eng

Civil Engineering

B.Eng

Mechanical Engineering

M.Eng

Civil and Environmental Engineering

B.Eng

Computer Engineering

B.Eng

Mining Engineering

M.Eng

Electrical and Computer Engineering

B.Eng

Electrical Engineering

B.Eng

Petroleum Engineering

M.Eng

Mechanical Engineering

University of British Columbia-Faculty of Applied Science (Engineering)

Courses:

Name of the Degree/Course

Subject

B.A.Sc

Civil Engineering

B.A.Sc

Mechanical Engineering

M.Eng

Civil Engineering

B.A.Sc

Computer Engineering

B.A.Sc

Mining Engineering

M.Eng

Electrical and Computer Engineering

B.A.Sc

Electrical Engineering

M.Eng

Biomedical Engineering

M.Eng

Mechanical Engineering

B.A.Sc

Materials Engineering

University of Calgary – Schullich school of Engineering

 Courses:

Name of the Degree/Course

Subject

B.S

Chemical Engineering

B.S

Mechanical Engineering

M.eng

Chemical and Petroleum Engineering

B.S

Civil Engineering

B.S

Oil & Gas Engineering

M.Eng

Civil Engineering

B.S

Computer Engineering

B.S

Software Engineering

M.Eng

Electrical and Computer Engineering

B.S

Electrical Engineering

M.Eng

Biomedical Engineering

M.eng

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

University of Toronto – Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering

Courses:

Name of the Degree/Course

Subject

B.A.Sc

Bioengineering

B.A.Sc

Materials Engineering

M.Eng

Civil Engineering

B.A.Sc

Chemical Engineering

B.A.Sc

Mechanical Engineering

M.Eng

Electrical and Computer Engineering

B.A.Sc

Civil Engineering

M.Eng

Chemical Engineering

M.Eng

Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

B.A.Sc

Electrical & Computer Engineering

University of Waterloo-Faculty of Engineering

Courses: 

Name of the Degree/Course

Subject

B.Eng

Chemical Engineering

B.Eng

Mechanical Engineering

M.Eng

Civil and Environmental Engineering

B.Eng

Civil Engineering

B.Eng

Nanotechnology Engineering

M.Eng

Electrical and Computer Engineering

B.Eng

Computer Engineering

M.Eng

Chemical Engineering

M.Eng

Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering

B.Eng

Electrical Engineering

Canada VisaA number of organizations in Canada promote quality and use of high academic standards in post-secondary programs such as the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC), the Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC) and Association of Accrediting Agencies of Canada (AAAC). Higher education degrees from Canada are accepted and respected worldwide.