## Program Structure

### First Year

As with all Engineering programs at Queen's, students take courses in a common first year. During the first year, students choose their program of specialization.

### Second Year

In their second year, Mathematics and Engineering students take a combination of courses in Mathematics/Statistics and courses in their Engineering specialization.

### Third Year

The third year program, like the second year program, is a blend of courses in Mathematics/Statistics and Engineering courses. In the third year, students will take Engineering courses from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Depending on which option a student is in, such courses include control theory and signals and systems.

### Fourth Year

It is these fourth year courses that really set the Mathematics and Engineering program apart from the other Engineering programs at Queen's, and indeed in Canada. These are truly advanced courses at a level that are simply not accessible to undergraduates with the usual Engineering background in Mathematics or Statistics.