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Whether you're a recent high school graduate considering a career in the industry or an accomplished professional engineer looking to enhance your skills and conduct cutting-edge research, the program options in the Price Faculty of Engineering can provide a framework for your growth, exploration and innovation.
We offer nearly 20 unique degree programs, each with its own streams and concentrations to further focus your studies. With additional programming for Indigenous applicants and internationally qualified engineers, we strive to offer everyone in the faculty an outstanding learning and work environment that is safe, friendly, supportive and stimulating, promoting intellectual growth, personal fulfillment and career progress.
The Price Faculty of Engineering offers an array of diverse programs: five accredited Bachelor of Science (Engineering) degrees, the Engineering Access Program (ENGAP) for students of Indigenous ancestry, and educational options for individuals with previous international engineering experience.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering
Our Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Engineering program is your entry point to an exciting career in the field. The preliminary year consists of 36 credit hours and is common to all undergraduate engineering students. After this first year, you can apply for admission into one of our degree programs: Biosystems, Civil, Computer, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering.
Each degree program offers co-op or internship options as well as areas of specialization to allow you to concentrate you studies if you so choose.
All five BSc programs have accreditation from the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board.
The preliminary year consists of 13 courses. Students who have completed at least eight courses (excluding CHEM 1122) will be eligible to apply for admission to an Engineering department. Eligible courses must be completed by the end of Winter term with the GPA from the courses being used to rank students as part of the competitive admission process.
Biosystems engineering emphasizes the application of engineering principles to plants, animals, humans and microorganisms. Biosystems engineers help to create new technologies for the well-being of humans and animals, and the preservation and enhancement of natural resources and the environment.
Civil engineers plan, design, build and maintain infrastructure such as roads, bridges, buildings, water and wastewater treatment facilities and dams. A civil engineer applies cutting edge technologies to protect the environment and improve the quality of human life.
Computing technology is the essential core of modern products, services and communication, with application far beyond simple laptop or desktop computer systems. Computer engineers are the professionals who design and deploy these systems and solutions.
Electrical engineers' innovation and imagination underpins the development of clean transportation and the communication systems that we use everyday—technology that connects the world.
The work of mechanical engineers can be seen in everything that makes human life more comfortable. This includes designing and building transportation vehicles such as aircrafts and cars, air conditioning and ventilation for human comfort, and saving lives by contributing significantly to improving the medical technology.
The Price Faculty of Engineering offers Master of Science, Master of Engineering and Doctor of Philosophy graduate degree programs through its four main departments, as well as through a joint program in biomedical engineering. Each department is well-equipped with research and teaching laboratories, and offers both experimental and theoretical graduate programs.
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Price Faculty of Engineering
E2-290 Engineering and Information Technology Complex
75A Chancellors Circle
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus)
Winnipeg MB, R3T 5V6