Industrial Engineering

Industrial engineers improve the productivity, efficiency and profitability of industrial operations. To do this, they design, improve, implement and manage integrated systems for the production of goods and services comprised of people, raw materials and components, information, equipment and energy.

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Aerospace engineering

This degree allows you to become an engineer for the aerospace industry in the following specializations: aerospace design and manufacture, avionics and control, and product development and systems integration.

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Materials Engineering

Materials engineers are involved in all stages of development, manufacturing and use of materials. Often working on a team, they use their understanding of how materials behave to help their colleagues achieve their goals by suggesting the most suitable materials. Thus, we find materials engineers at all steps, whether in development, assembly or quality control of materials.

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Electrical engineering

Electrical engineers play a role in the design of all products and systems that use electricity, including the radios, televisions, cellular phones, computers, and other consumer electronics that surround us. Electrical engineers also design and build devices and systems for industry: everything from ultrasound machines, artificial limbs, and elevator dispatching systems to weather radars, electrical power grids, and the thousands of other electrical systems that we take for granted as part of our everyday lives.

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Mechanical engineering

This training prepares engineers to plan and implement projects involving various applications of mechanical engineering. Through this program, students develop their capacity to design and implement mechanical systems, components, processes or procedures.

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Computer Engineering

Increasingly, employers are looking for engineers with sound technological and scientific knowledge, who have a problem-solving and cost-effective approach, and who are mindful of the social, economic and environmental impacts of their projects.

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Operations and Logistics Engineering

The bachelor’s program in operations and logistics engineering aims to train general engineers to be able to design, organize, coordinate, improve and monitor service, logistics and manufacturing organizations.

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Automated Manufacturing Engineering

This program trains engineers to be specialists in automation and integration of technology through their know-how of electronics, mechanics, IT, and industrial engineering.

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Software Engineering

Software engineers are qualified professionals involved in the design, coding, and testing of large software products. Software engineers specialize in a number of areas including analog/digital signal processing, integrated circuits, microwaves, fibre optics, lasers, microprocessors, and radio astronomy. They are also responsible for tasks such as directing projects, managing teams, estimating costs and resources, assessing business plans, reviewing proposals and suggesting innovations.

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