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If you have a passion for combining technology, problem solving and medicine to improve the lives of others, this specialization is for you. Taken in combination with a major in chemical, civil, electrical, geomatics, mechanical or software engineering, you can learn about biomechanics, biopharmaceuticals, tissue engineering and so much more. This option is ideal if you are considering pursuing graduate studies, medical school, law school or business school.
The first of its kind in Canada, this specialization teaches you how to avoid or minimize the environmental impacts of industrial energy operations. It is combined with a major in chemical, civil, electrical, geomatics or mechanical engineering. If you are eager to find ways to protect the environment while meeting our global energy needs, this specialization is for you.
The clubs and teams here are incredible. You meet really like-minded people that are all working towards a similar goal. You take what you learn in the classroom and put that to use in real life. You are bettering your university experience with your friends and you get to bring something to life.
Student, Civil Engineering
I was torn. Should I study engineering or try to qualify for the Olympics? Schulich made it possible to do both! With support from my professors and friends, I competed in London and Rio, AND earned my degree. Engineering is a career that can take you anywhere you want to go!
Alumni, Mechanical Engineering | Two-time Olympian
If you have an average in the 80s or higher in these courses you can apply now!
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