We’re celebrating 10 years of integrated learning in Beamish-Munro Hall. This award-winning space inspires learning and creative thinking among undergraduate engineering students. Please enjoy this video featuring some of the ILC’s incredible visionaries.
This $85 million campaign will ensure we continue to grow, evolve and deliver innovative learning experiences that inspire greatness.
We are nurturing graduates ready to take on the challenges of the future! Read more in our Strategic Framework.
Provides culturally relevant student support services to Aboriginal engineering students.
Luka Ledoux's research will significantly reduce mining emissions.
“The mining industry is incredibly dynamic,” says Queen’s mining engineering student Kelly MacGillis. “It’s constantly changing, constantly evolving. There are so many opportunities to grow and to make a positive, lasting impact.”
Did you know that with high enough grades, you can get an early start on your ECE master’s degree, start working on advanced research and graduate in five years instead of the usual six? Students in the 4 + 1 BSCE/MASC Program do just that.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen’s University, invites applications for two tenure-track faculty positions at the rank of Assistant Professor in the areas of power and energy systems and electronics, as well as machine intelligence, networks, and software engineering.
Are you torn between loves of pure math and engineering? The department of Mathematics and Statistics offers an engineering program to satisfy both aspirations.
When a landslide speeds down a mountainside into a body of water, the resulting wave can be devastating to life and infrastructure. Queen’s civil engineering professors, Ryan Mulligan and Andy Take, are developing ways to predict how much damage landslides might cause before they happen.
The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science is committed to building an inclusive campus community with accessible services that respect the dignity and independence of persons with disabilities.
Academic information on program requirements, course selection, regulations and registration is available in an accessible format on request. Please contact us in one of the following ways.
In person: Ste. Room 300, Beamish-Munro