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Who we are
Founded in Kingston in 1893 under an Ontario Charter
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Where we are
Queen’s offers 10 dynamic engineering programs
Chemical Engineering is the most universal and versatile of engineering disciplines.
Civil Engineering is a challenging and dynamic profession serving society to improve the quality of our life, the health of our social system, the continuity of our economy and business activities, and our competitive position in the international market place.
Did you know recent surveys have shown that Electrical and Computer Engineers are amongst the highest demand university graduates and that Computer Engineers are listed amongst the professions with the highest quality of life?
Electrical Engineers deal with telecommunications, computers, signal processing, robotics, biomedicine, transportation, industrial process control, electrical power generation and distribution, and design and operation of industrial machinery.
Engineering Chemistry graduates bring a strong background in both chemistry and chemical engineering to treat problems of industrial interest.
Thinking of Engineering Physics? It could lead to a career in Science & Technology, Aerospace, Computers & Electronics, Image Processing & Medical Physics, Finance, Education & Management, or Academic, Industrial & Government Research.
A Geological Engineer combines a knowledge of geological materials and earth engineering design principles to create viable and sustainable projects.
The Mathematics and Engineering undergraduate programme is a challenging one. Students who are most successful in the programme have deep interests in both Mathematics and Engineering. If you are an Engineering student wondering whether Mathematics and Engineering is for you, a good question to ask yourself is, “Do you want to know why and not just what?”
MME uses principles of engineering graphics, mathematics, materials, physics and economics to conceive, design, develop, manufacture, operate and maintain processes and devices. MME is the broadest of the engineering disciplines, and is present in every sector of our society (environment, housing, food and water, energy, industry, transportation, education, health care, government).
The Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining at Queen’s holds a significant position in the Canadian mining industry, and is currently one of the largest mining schools in Canada and the World.
Department of Chemical Engineering
Department of Civil Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering
The Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining
Learn a little more about the programs we offer and meet three of our First Year students and follow them as they video blog about their experiences.
You know that Electrical & Computer Engineering is your passion. You are innovative and your sights are set on a career or future study. You have a clear vision of where you want your education to lead you.
Queen’s is one of Canada’s leading research-intensive universities - a place many of Canada’s most outstanding researchers call home. The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science currently has more than 400 highly motivated graduate students of exceptional ability from around the world. Details on our facilities, our people, and our programs can be found here.
With a growing Aboriginal undergraduate student body, particularly in engineering, Queen’s is a supportive environment in which to pursue a post-secondary education.
Interested in transferring into the Queen’s Engineering program?
Queen’s students come from across Canada and more than 70 countries worldwide. This is your portal for the information important to you!
Why Grad Studies?
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