Queen's Mechanical and Materials Engineering is a leader in project-based, team-oriented, and hands-on learning. The department is based in McLaughlin Hall, with additional facilities in Nicol Hall and Jackson Hall.

Our program offerings include an undergraduate program, research-based degrees at both the master's and doctoral level, a professional master's degree, and multiple collaborative programs at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

With a focus on professional skills development and experiential learning, we pride ourselves on preparing our undergraduate students for success in the broad field of mechanical engineering.

Our world-class faculty and facilities allow our graduate students to achieve their full academic and research potential. We have four research core groups that cover Biomechanical Engineering, Design and Manufacturing, Energy and Fluid Systems, and Materials Engineering. Multidisciplinary collaborations are encouraged across departments, faculties, and universities.

Queen’s Mechanical and Materials Engineering is also home to the McLaughlin Hall Machine Shop. The Machine Shop is a full-service machine and fabrication shop located on the first floor of McLaughlin Hall. We provide services to faculty, research and student teams, and the greater university community.

We encourage you to discover the opportunities, challenges, and excitement of mechanical and materials engineering.