Undergraduate Engineering Programmes


The Royal Military College of Canada offers degree programmes and in both English and French. The subjects in the curriculum are selected for their value to future officers in the Canadian Armed Forces.

The six engineering programmes listed below have a high proportion of time devoted to the Arts. The Faculty of Engineering is responsible for the education of future officers for professional careers as engineers and leaders in the Canadian Armed Forces. The primary focus is the development of professional competence in areas applicable to the military and to society at large.

  • All engineering programmes are based on a common first year, with specialization commencing in the second year of study.
  • All programmes are also accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board.
  • The curriculum is a mixture of discipline-specific engineering courses, rounded out by knowledge broadening courses in the sciences and humanities. The successful solution to any engineering problem will inevitably involve the interaction of several subject areas. Hence, the fourth year programme includes a realistic engineering design project for which students must define the problem and find the solution.

The links below will connect you to web pages containing the requirements and the course descriptions for the undergraduate programmes leading to a Bachelor of Engineering.

Note: The Faculty of Engineering is also responsible for the Department of Applied Military Science
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