Admission has been suspended for this program for the Fall 2013 semester.
If you have submitted an application to this program, the Admissions & Recruitment Office will contact you directly by mail to provide further information on your application.
We thank you for considering Mount Royal University and we hope to be able to continue assisting you in your academic pursuits.
The University is committed to ensuring that all current students will be given the opportunity to complete their programs of study at Mount Royal within a reasonable time frame. These students will receive direct communication from their faculty departments and/or Enrolment Services.
Students pursuing other programs at Mount Royal University will not be affected.
Engineers help shape today’s world. Whatever your major ― oil and gas, chemical, computer, mechanical, civic, geomatics, electrical ― your professional life will allow you to challenge yourself both creatively and technically on a daily basis.
Off to a great start
This university transfer program allows you the benefit of completing up to the first year and a half of your bachelor degree at Mount Royal - taking advantage of the personalized learning environment, access to faculty and smaller class sizes - before transferring to another university.
One and only
Mount Royal offers the only university transfer program in the province that prepares you for the University of Calgary’s Engineering program. Mount Royal also offers a full transfer program to the University of Alberta, and many courses transfer to other Canadian engineering schools including:
Engineering students intending to transfer to the University of Alberta should note that they MUST begin in the engineering transfer program in the FALL SEMESTER.
Hands-on work labs
Learn how engineering theories are applied in real situations during individual and group lab projects. In the engineering design courses, students design, build and evaluate functional products that meet real-world needs. In the past, students have built concrete toboggans that must hold four people. They then test and race their creations ― finding out which design best utilizes the theory they've been taught.
Engineers, especially in Alberta, are in high demand. Across Canada, engineering grads receive an iron ring to remind them of their obligation to build safe structures.
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