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University of Calgary Calendar 2023-2024 Schulich School of Engineering 1. Summary of Degree Programs
1. Summary of Degree Programs
Program
Core Enhancements Combined Degrees
Biomedical Engineering BSc
BSc Internship




Chemical Engineering BSc BSc Internship BSc(Eng)/BComm



BSc(Eng)/BSc



BSc(Eng)/BA




Civil Engineering BSc BSc Internship BSc(Eng)/BComm



BSc(Eng)/BSc



BSc(Eng)/BA




Electrical Engineering BSc BSc Internship BSc(Eng)/BComm



BSc(Eng)/BSc



BSc(Eng)/BA




Energy Engineering BSc BSc Internship




Geomatics Engineering BSc BSc Internship BSc(Eng)/BComm



BSc(Eng)/BComm



BSc(Eng)/BSc



BSc(Eng)/BA




Mechanical Engineering BSc BSc Internship BSc(Eng)/BComm



BSc(Eng)/BSc



BSc(Eng)/BA




Software Engineering
BSc BSc Internship BSc(Eng)/BComm



BSc(Eng)/BSc



BSc(Eng)/BA




Sustainable Systems Engineering
BSc BSc Internship
Undergraduate

BSc Programs

The Schulich School of Engineering administers regular four-year programs leading to the BSc degree in Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Geomatics, Mechanical, Software and Sustainable Systems Engineering, and a polytechnic transfer program leading to the BSc in Energy Engineering.

Minors and Concentrations

Program
Possible Minors
Biomedical Engineering
  • Digital Engineering
Chemical Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Digital Engineering
  • Energy and Environment Engineering
  • Petroleum Engineering
Civil Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Digital Engineering
  • Energy and Environment Engineering
  • Structural Engineering
  • Transportation Engineering
Electrical Engineering
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Digital Engineering
  • Energy and Environment Engineering
  • Mechatronics
Geomatics Engineering
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Cadastral Surveying (concentration only)
  • Digital Engineering
  • Energy and Environment Engineering
  • Software Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Digital Engineering
  • Energy and Environment Engineering
  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Mechatronics
  • Petroleum Engineering
Software Engineering
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Mechatronics
Sustainable Systems Engineering
  • Digital Engineering
Schulich School of Engineering (in conjunction with the Haskayne School of Business)
  • Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development

Engineering Internship Program

The Schulich School of Engineering also provides the option of an Internship Program. The Engineering Internship Program is a five-year program which includes, in addition to the regular four-year academic program, an internship year (a minimum of twelve and a maximum of sixteen consecutive months) of supervised work experience in industry.

Combined Programs

Undergraduate engineering students may combine their engineering degree with other undergraduate degrees and/or minors offered at the University of Calgary. Program details are given in the section 4.11 Combined Programs.

Specialization (suspended)

The SSE Specializations are currently suspended. The Departments of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Software Engineering, Geomatics Engineering and Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering offered a specialization in Biomedical Engineering, which could have been combined with the regular four-year programs leading to the BSc degree in Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Geomatics, Mechanical and Software Engineering.

The Departments of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Software Engineering, Geomatics Engineering and Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering offered a specialization in Energy and Environment, which could have been combined with the regular four-year programs leading to the BSc degree in Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Geomatics, and Mechanical Engineering.

Graduate

Graduate work leading to the MSc, MEng and PhD degrees is offered by all engineering departments under the administration of the Faculty of Graduate Studies. Details of these programs appear in the Faculty of Graduate Studies Calendar.

Diplomas

Diplomas of the Schulich School of Engineering, which provide special qualifications in designated areas, are also offered. For additional details see the section 4.12 Diplomas.

Diploma of the Schulich School of Engineering

The Schulich School of Engineering sponsors a diploma program providing additional special qualifications in designated departments which lead to the Diploma of the Schulich School of Engineering. This program is intended primarily for professional engineers engaged in practice who are not interested in submitting to the discipline of a true graduate degree including a thesis.

The Schulich School of Engineering also sponsors a diploma program providing additional specialization in Environmental Engineering. This diploma is intended for professional engineers or holders of equivalent approved degrees and leads to the Diploma of the Schulich School of Engineering in Environmental Engineering.

Diploma of the Schulich School of Engineering and the Haskayne School of Business in Project Management

The Schulich School of Engineering and the Haskayne School of Business jointly sponsor a diploma program providing additional special qualifications in the area of Project Management which leads to the Diploma of the Schulich School of Engineering and of the Haskayne School of Business in Project Management. This program is intended primarily for professionals engaged in practice who are not interested in the MSc or MEng degrees.