The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Memorial University is experiencing tremendous growth. The province's thriving industries in offshore oil, oceans, information and communication technologies, energy and mining sectors, among others, is creating a high demand for more engineers. Memorial's Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science plans to meet this demand by adding approximately 50 new faculty positions by 2020, more than 300 graduate students and up to 500 additional undergraduates.
When you study engineering at Memorial, you have choices. You can choose from six majors: civil engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, ocean and naval architectural engineering (the only program of its kind in Canada) and process engineering.
You can also choose to take oil and gas engineering electives, which are available in all undergraduate programs with the exception of process engineering.
As an undergraduate, you will learn engineering concepts and theories in our classrooms and laboratories, and then use your knowledge on six work terms to give you the equivalent of two years of engineering work experience prior to graduation.
When you study engineering at Memorial, you have choices.