Brock University is launching bold new engineering programs. Starting with a minor in Engineering Science, the program will expand into a full realm of undergraduate and graduate degrees, including a Master of Engineering (MEng professional degree); Bachelor of Engineering (BEng); Master of Applied Science (MASc research-based); and PhD (research-based).
Brock News states, “Placing employability of students at the core, graduates will come out of the program poised to work with megatrends like food innovation, additive manufacturing and robotic process automation while mastering conceptual skills like emotional intelligence, cognitive flexibility and complex problem-solving.”
The connection between industry and academia runs deep in Niagara. Brock University is recognized as one of Canada’s top five institutions for co-operative education. Read more about how Niagara’s post-secondary network is developing the skills of the workforce to ensure employers can keep pace with evolving market conditions.