Faculty of Engineering
The bachelor of engineering degree at Memorial University of Newfoundland is offered as a co-operative program in which regular full-time academic study is supplemented by four-month periods of full-time work in positions related to the student's future career.
The following majors are offered in academic terms three through eight after completion of the generic Engineering One curriculum:
- civil engineering
- computer engineering
- electrical engineering
- mechanical engineering
- ocean and naval architectural engineering
- process engineering
Students may choose to pursue electives in offshore oil and gas engineering in the last three terms of the program.
Graduates of Memorial University of Newfoundland's engineering programs have been enjoying the benefits of full accreditation with the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) since 1975.
The engineering undergraduate degree program is a five-year, mandatory co-op program. The normal mode of entry into the program is direct entry from high school into Engineering One. The program will normally be completed in eight academic semesters over five years.
Those students who are not eligible for direct entry may complete the Engineering One courses as a bachelor of science student. These students can access all Engineering One courses where space permits and can apply directly for acceptance into academic term three.