Division of Engineering
Your Path to Becoming a Professional Engineer Starts at Saint Mary's
Saint Mary’s Division of Engineering offers a two-year Diploma of Engineering that provides students with a basic understanding of scientific principles and a foundation in engineering mathematics, design, and technical communication.
After completing the Diploma, students may complete their final two years of a Bachelor of Engineering at Dalhousie University, which has programs accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board in the fields of Mechanical, Civil, Electrical and Computer, Industrial, Chemical, and Environmental Engineering.
The Saint Mary's University Advantage
Personalized Instruction Low student-to-faculty ratio with a maximum of 40:1 ratio for core courses.
Students also have access to undergraduate research opportunities and a range of academic supports, including the PEER One Mentorship program and the Science Numeracy and Academic Proficiency (SNAP) Centre, which provides first-year students free access to academic tutors.
Two years of cross-curricular course work prepares students for multiple fields.
Knowledgable and Diverse Faculty
All of our research faculty have PhDs, and we have field experts in chemical, mechanical, electrical, civil, computer, and biomedical fields.
Students can start working with professors at the end of their first year and become a teaching assistant in their second year.
Close-knit student body with lots of engaging events.
Flexible Learning OptionsEngineering studies at Saint Mary’s provides the first two years of an engineering degree in association with neighbouring Dalhousie University and the University of Windsor in Southwestern Ontario. After completing the Diploma in Engineering, a student can also remain an extra year or two at Saint Mary’s to pursue a two-and-a-half or three-year B.Sc. degree with Diploma in Engineering or a four-year Bachelor of Science, Major in Mathematics with a Diploma in Engineering.