Things to Add to Your Degree

The Dual Degree plan allows students interested in earning two degrees during their undergraduate studies. This is possible through combining your Engineering Degree (primary degree) with a degree from the Faculty of Arts and Science.

There are many Arts and Science programs that can be combined with your Engineering degree. Find more information about dual degrees…

To discuss more, contact Micheline Johnston Program Advisor in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science

With experiential learning being the focal point of engineering training, employers are increasingly looking for students who have hands-on industrial experience. Queen’s Undergraduate Internship Program (QUIP) provides opportunities for second-year or third-year undergraduate students to go on paid internships for 12-16 months and graduate with the designation of “Bachelor of Applied Science with Professional Internship”.

Through QUIP, students can learn about new technologies and business practices in the industry, gain practical experience of working in the field, and establish connections with potential employers.

For more information, please visit the Career Services website.
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Learn more about internships and career development in Engineering...

Being in an exchange program offers many exciting opportunities. You get to live in a different country, meet people from another culture, and experience campus life at another university.

For more details, please visit our Exchange Programs page.

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