The demands on professional engineers around the world are increasing in terms of what they must address: technical, societal and environmental issues.
As an engineer, you can contribute to society by helping plan communities, provide clean drinking water, build bridges, or design the next-generation automobile.
The Faculty of Engineering offers programs designed to develop your professional competence and prepare you to solve the technical problems of society and the global environment. UWindsor’s unique climate of co-operation between academic, business and industry sectors gives you access to outstanding career opportunities.
- Provides students with the opportunity to help build the world of tomorrow and improve the world of today
- Cultivates the skills to solve the technical problems of society and our global environment, in a world embracing sustainability
- Includes fully accredited B.A.Sc. Engineering programs and co-operative work/education programs (all disciplines)
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering (with Aerospace, Automotive, Environmental and Materials options)
- Industrial Engineering (with a minor Business Administration option)
All Engineering programs are available as co-op with competitive entry.
Minimum Admission Average: 74%
Secondary Average: 74%
Students in all programs take a common first year.
ENG4U, MHF4U, SCH4U and SPH4U required. MCV4U is strongly recommended.
Engineering second average is the average of all math and science courses except biology.
- State-of-the-art manufacturing and production
- Systems design/operation/building/maintenance
- Pollution control and prevention
- Advanced computing and communications
- Medicine and medical technology
- Bio-based engineering solutions
- Research and development
- Structural design
- Failure analysis
- Construction and infrastructure renewal
- Scheduling and optimization
- Automotive industry
- Environmental protection
- Project, process and systems management
- Robotics and advanced electronics
- Power generation and distribution