4.6 Certificate in Northern Technology Stewardship

The Certificate in Northern Technology Stewardship is administered by the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science in cooperation with the School of Arctic and Subarctic Studies. The certificate is intended for students in any major of the Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) program who are interested in learning about the particular implications of engineering in Arctic and Subarctic regions.

The certificate consists of 33 credit hours as prescribed below:

  • Completion of the Engineering One program (27 credit hours), with at least 12 credit hours completed at the Labrador Campus

    • Learners who have lived experience in a Northern community, and who have previously completed an Engineering program or have completed Engineering One at another campus may have this requirement waived and be considered for the certificate by completing the remaining requirements, below.

  • ENGI 8156

  • ENGI 8157

  • At least four months’ engineering work experience, normally an engineering work term (e.g., ENGI 001W), in an Arctic or Subarctic environment

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