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About Us

Queen’s University’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science is committed to fostering an inclusive, diverse community that prepares students for leadership in a global society. Through multi-disciplinary collaboration and 360-degree thinking, our students approach every problem with the curiosity necessary for innovative solutions and real-world impact. Ninety-one percent of our undergraduates complete their degrees (the highest success rate of any engineering program in Canada), and emerge from technically rigourous programs with an outstanding alumni network that will sustain them throughout their careers.

Curiosity Creates
Curiosity Creates

The path to impact requires innovative solutions and diverse, inquisitive minds.

Facilities & Labs
Facilities & Labs

Queen's University offers a range of facilities on campus including a Physical Education Centre, libraries, the Campus Bookstore, Student Health Services, a post office, various cafeterias, as well as an assortment of places in which to relax with friends (Queen's Pub, Alfies, Common Ground, just to name a few).

Faculty and Leadership
Faculty and Leadership

Meet the Dean and the Associate Deans of Academics, Research, Teaching & Learning, and Corporate Relations. 

Teaching and Learning
Teaching and Learning

The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen's University has been a leader in engineering education innovations for several decades. Learn about our current innovation projects, research, graduate programs, online courses, educational outreach, aboriginal access and more

Educational Outreach
Educational Outreach

Connections is Queen's Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Educational Outreach Program.  We provide Queen's Engineering students with the opportunity to raise awareness of Engineering as a career choice among kids, youth, teachers and the community.

Faculty Profiles
Faculty Profiles

The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science has grown steadily in size and reputation. Now, there are over one hundred and sixty faculty members in the ten engineering programs.

Seminars
Seminars

Queen's Faculty and guest speakers present and discuss the latest engineering topics in our seminar series

Facts
Facts

Take a deeper look at the department through our annual report and seasonal magazine.

History
History

The idea of a school of practical science had been maturing in the minds of Chancellor Sandford Fleming and Principal Grant for some time and many Kingstonians supported the idea. In 1887, John Carruthers provided money for a Science Hall, which was opened in 1891.

Careers With Us

As an employer of choice for faculty and staff, Queen's has created an engaged and supportive community of learning where people can fully realize their professional and academic aspirations.