UTP Stage II: Engineering
Your Direct Pathway into Toronto Metropolitan University
UTP Stage II: Engineering Program Structure
Following the completion of TMUIC Stage II: Engineering, including maintaining academic good standing and achieving any program-specific CGPA, students will progress to their chosen major at Toronto Metropolitan University. Students must achieve a CGPA of 2.0 to progress into TMU Faculty of Engineering.
Engineering Major Options at TMU:
The Department of Aerospace Engineering teaches more than skills; they empower you to lead. From day one you’ll have the opportunity to make a difference—contributing to cutting-edge research and developing your own ideas for aerospace and beyond.
From aircraft design, to smart machine learning platforms and space exploration vehicles, you’ll apply your skills in physics and design to tackle some of the world’s biggest challenges. The aerospace engineering BEng degree program is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).
One of the fastest-growing disciplines within engineering, biomedical engineering is advancing the health-care industry and improving the lives of patients worldwide. Through clinical partnerships, the faculty and students are helping to solve modern medicine’s most pressing challenges, whether it’s how to diagnose diseases earlier, treat illnesses more effectively or improve the well-being and overall health of society. The Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) program in biomedical engineering will prepare you for a career in the health-care industry: developing new medications; designing prosthetics, biomechanical implants and medical devices; or analyzing medical images through machine learning. The biomedical engineering BEng degree program is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).
In the Chemical Engineering Co-op program, you’ll get two crucial tools: the knowledge to transform the earth’s raw materials into essential products, and the awareness you need to protect the environment. The mandatory co-operative internship program puts those skills into action, connecting you with industry leaders and government agencies such as Apotex, Sanofi Pasteur, Environment Canada and Suncor Energy.
From making lakes and rivers cleaner, to improving industrial safety standards, you’ll apply your skills in chemistry and engineering sciences to sustain and enrich all of our lives.
The chemical engineering BEng co-operative degree program is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).
At the Department of Civil Engineering, you will receive the education you need to shape the world we live in. From designing, managing and maintaining flood defence systems, bridges, buildings, water treatment facilities, highways and more, you are pursuing a profession that will challenge you to keep the world’s crucial infrastructure safe and efficient, and adapt it to meet the demands of the future.
As you work towards your bachelor of engineering (BEng) degree, you will have the opportunity to conduct applied research with our industrial and government partners, and participate in an optional paid co-operative internship. You will also have the option to enroll in a two-year specialized structural engineering option, or choose between the environmental or transportation streams in fourth year.
All of this plus student competitions, an optional specialization in management sciences, and leading-edge facilities will leave you well-equipped to make an impact on society. The civil engineering BEng degree program is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board.
Behind every digital phenomenon is a computer engineer. They make the world around us more efficient, bring communities together, improve digital security, democratize commerce and enhance entertainment through technologies such as virtual reality. And with processes becoming increasingly intelligent every day, the demand for skilled computer engineers follows. As a student of this discipline, you’ll develop a versatile set of skills: designing and building computers, mapping networks, programming software, developing firmware and interfacing computers with the outside world.
While completing your Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) degree, you’ll begin by learning to apply physical sciences and mathematics to engineering principles. In third year, you’ll focus on advanced subjects such as computer architecture and software systems, preparing you for valuable, paid work experience in an optional co-operative internship program. You’ll also have the opportunity to focus on coding and software design with an option in software engineering. In your fourth and final year, you’ll further specialize in network and systems design while also collaborating with peers on a large-scale design project.
Graduates of the program leave Toronto Metropolitan University prepared for careers as electronics engineers, IT consultants, software developers, systems analysts, network engineers, and more.
The computer engineering (BEng) degree program is fully accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).
At the centre of all technological advances is electrical engineering. As a student of this discipline, you’ll learn to apply the fundamentals of physical sciences and mathematics to practical applications of electric circuits, power electronics, control systems, data structures, digital communications and medical technologies.
While completing your Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) degree, you will develop algorithms, as well as design, simulate and build prototypes. In third year, you’ll gain specialized knowledge in advanced subjects such as communication systems, electromagnetics, microcomputer systems, electrical devices and systems, and control theory. At this stage, you can gain valuable, paid work experience in an optional co-operative internship program. In your fourth and final year, you’ll further specialize in your field of interest and collaborate with peers on a large-scale design project, leaving you well-equipped to launch your career and lead the charge in the next generation of technology.
The electrical engineering BEng degree program is fully accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).
As an industrial engineer, you’ll learn how to apply science, mathematics and engineering methods, and have the ability to work with people and understand the system perspective in the design of systems operation. Study computer simulation, production planning, operations research, quality control, ergonomics, information systems, project management and more as you work to make society better, safer and more efficient.
As part of your bachelor of engineering (BEng) degree, you can receive valuable work experience by participating in an optional paid co-operative internship program. In third year, you’ll gain specialized knowledge, including operations research, facilities design, experimental design and quality assurance, data analytics and industrial ergonomics. In fourth year, in addition to gaining knowledge in several areas such as information systems, production inventory systems, service operations management and project management, you’ll work on a dynamic team-based project. You’ll have access to leading-edge labs and facilities, leaving you well-equipped to launch an exciting career.
The Industrial engineering BEng degree program is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).
As a mechanical engineer, you’ll learn the fundamentals of design and operation of machines, mechanical systems and technology. While working with jet engines, robots, biomechanical implants and more, you’ll have the opportunity to help shape the world around you.
As part of your bachelor of engineering (BEng) degree, you can gain valuable, paid work experience in an optional co-operative internship program. In third year, you can choose to specialize in mechatronics engineering, a multidisciplinary field that combines the fundamentals of mechanical and electrical engineering with computer science, giving you the tools to develop autonomous systems (such as robots, vehicles, adaptive machine tools and digitally controlled engines). In fourth year, you’ll collaborate on a large-scale design project, leaving you well-equipped to start your career and make a positive impact on society.
The mechanical engineering BEng degree program is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board.
As a mechatronics engineer, you’ll create smart solutions to today’s and tomorrow’s problems for a world that demands technologically advanced devices. You’ll combine your expertise in mechanical, electrical and computer engineering to design, analyze and maintain current and emerging electromechanical systems. As a leader in an in-demand, rapidly growing field, you’ll drive the development and evolution of engineering.
This innovative and unique program is based on a foundation in mathematical and scientific practices and emphasizes laboratory, experiential and design learning. Completion of core courses from mechanical, electrical and computer engineering programs will lead to training in mechatronics engineering design, analysis and solution-based processes. Technical electives will allow for specialization in robotics, automation, digital control systems design, consumer electronics and more. As part of your bachelor of engineering (BEng) degree, you can gain valuable, paid work experience by enrolling in the Mechatronics Engineering Co-operative program or enrolling in the Optional Internship Program.
During your final year Capstone Design project, you’ll collaborate with industry partners to address their existing technical issues and participate in laboratory and design studios.
Note: This is a new program subject to formal approval. Accreditation by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board will be sought at the time of the first graduating class.
UTP Stage II: Engineering Program Structure
During the UTP Stage II: Engineering you will take a range of first year Engineering and elective courses. Below is a sample of what your schedule might include
Upon successful completion of the UTP Stage II: Engineering, including achieving a 2.0 CGPA, you will transfer into one of the Engineering pathways at Toronto Metropolitan University with 10.0 credits (one year) toward your degree.