Undergraduate Admission


Undergraduate Admission

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Engineering and Applied Science

Why study Engineering at Queen's?

Common first year

All entering engineering students take a common first year. which exposes them to the full range of engineering disciplines. Combined with your first year engineering project, this will help you discover your passion and choose your engineering field. 

Practical engineering modules

This national award-winning course launches you into a realistic engineering environment right in first year. Project teams are challenged to solve a unique problem while learning best-practices in experimentation methods, design work, safety, and community and societal issues.

Engineering Society

The Engineering Society (or EngSoc) is an entirely student-run organization that oversees a range of activities and groups on campus. You can pick up useful skills that you can use later on.

Learn more about studying Engineering and Applied Science at Queen's.

What can you do with your degree? 

Planning your future can be stressful but Queen's has developed a formula that will help you find your success.

The Major Maps are a series of maps tailored specifically to each undergraduate program. Like a physical map, they will help you navigate the opportunities at Queen's and stay on track with your goals. These Major Maps provide advice on academics, extra-curriculars, networking, international opportunities and career development all in one place.

Chemical Engineering Major Map

Civil Engineering Major Map

Computer Engineering Major Map

Electrical Engineering Major Map

Engineering Chemistry Major Map

Engineering Physics Major Map

Geological Engineering Major Map

Mathematics and Engineering Major Map

Mechanical and Materials Engineering Major Map

Mining Engineering Major Map