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Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science (2009/2010)
2 Faculty Description

The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science offers a co-operative undergraduate program leading to the degree of Bachelor of Engineering, as well as graduate programs leading to the degrees of Master of Engineering, Master of Applied Science, Master of Engineering Management, and Doctor of Philosophy. Through teaching, research and outreach, the Faculty of Engineering plays a critical role in the economic development of the province, and graduates from the programs hold key positions in the major industrial developments in our province. A growing number of our recent graduates are leading emerging high-technology companies and hold important positions in national and international industries and governments, contributing to the University's global impact. Research in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science has a strong focus on research and development opportunities associated with the general technological needs of our society. The Faculty maintains a very strong sense of identity and cooperation among students, faculty, and staff, and prides itself on its strong linkages with industry and the engineering profession.

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Students must meet all regulations of the Faculty in addition to those stated in the general regulations. For information concerning fees and charges, admission/readmission to the University, and general academic regulations (undergraduate), refer to the UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS.

2.1 Accreditation Status

The undergraduate program offered by the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, other than the major in Process Engineering, is fully accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) of the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers (CCPE) to June 2011. Accreditation for the Process Engineering major will be sought, in line with the normal procedures of the CEAB, in 2013.