Degree Programs

DEGREE PROGRAM OPTIONS

Our degree program options are designed to challenge and inspire you. With our world-renowned research faculty and excellent practical and co-op opportunities – not to mention our strong emphasis on business and entrepreneurial skills – a degree from our school will establish you to make a real impact in your chosen engineering field.
 

Mechatronic Systems Engineering Major

Students in the MSE major program have a choice: you can complete your degree via the four-year curriculum or reduce your workload through a flexible (five-year) curriculum option.  

Whichever route you take, the first half of your degree will train you in the essential tools required to design electrical and mechanical systems that can make decisions on their own.

In the second half of your degree, you’ll apply your skills to create innovative solutions to real-world problems. You’ll also undertake invaluable (and paid) co-op work experience and conclude your degree with a pioneering, independent Capstone Project [add link to 3.1.1 SUBPAGE Capstone Projects].

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4-year Undergraduate Degree

Flexible Undergraduate Degree

 

Mechatronic Systems Engineering and Business Administration Double Degree Program

The double-degree program in Business and Mechatronic Systems Engineering is an innovative collaboration between the Faculty of Business Administration and the Faculty of Applied Sciences. It reflects our strong commitment to offering enterprise and entrepreneurial skills to those students particularly interested in bringing their inventions to the market.

Graduates of this option will be equipped with engineering expertise and business acumen via additional classes – on the Surrey campus – in Entrepreneurship, Management & Technology, Finance and Marketing. This double-degree program leads to a bachelor of applied science degree and a bachelor of business administration degree.

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Joint Undergraduate Programs

 

Mechatronic Systems Engineering Honours

The honours degree requires the completion of a thesis, demonstrating the student’s skill .  

Students complete  MSE 498 - Mechatronic Systems Engineering Thesis Proposal (3) and MSE 499 - Mechatronic Systems Engineering Undergraduate Thesis (9)  on or off campus, either integrated with an optional (or mandatory) work term or as independent work with appropriate supervision.

The program, and graduation with honours, requires a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) and upper division grade point average (UDGPA) each of at least 3.0 in accordance with University graduation requirements.

 

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