Welcome to the Process Engineering program at Memorial University – the first engineering school in Canada to offer a major in this discipline. While other schools offer a chemical engineering program focusing on the processing of chemicals, process engineering emphasizes the processing of petrochemical, oil, gas, minerals, food and other materials to valuable products while ensuring the safety and protection of the environment.
As a process engineering undergraduate student, there are a variety of current student resources to assist you in planning your studies. Specific sections are dedicated to the Class of 2015, Class of 2016, Class of 2017 and Class of 2018 where you will find information on upcoming courses and instructors, your semester schedule, exam information, complementary studies and promotion averages and decisions.
In first year (Engineering One), you’ll have the opportunity to meet many classmates as you share a common program of mathematics, basic science (physics and chemistry) and engineering fundamentals. Co-operative work terms give you the added advantage of two years of real work experience prior to graduation.
Memorial University encourages student leadership and innovation in engineering education, community service and engineering research. You’ll still have time to get involved in student life activities through undergraduate clubs and events.
You’ve chosen a unique program at the right time and place. Memorial University: the natural place where people and ideas become.