Concordia University

Concordia University

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Program Overview

Established in 1963, and with approximately 160 full-time faculty, Concordia University's (CU) Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science offers a four-year bachelor of engineering (BEng) and three-year bachelor of computer science (BCompSci). All programs offered by the four departments - Department of Building and Civil and Environmental Engineering, Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering are fully accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).

Highlights

Practical experience in design projects and lab study supplement theoretical education
Several options within disciplines allow for further specialization and in-depth study
Extensive, faculty-wide co-op program
Unique double major in Digital Image/Sound and Computer

Institute Accreditation

Provincial Accreditation

Colleges in Canada Québec Ministére de l'éducation

Specialized Program(s) Accreditation

Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB)

Credentials Offered (Undergraduate Only)

Colleges in Canada Bachelor Degree
Colleges in Canada Dual Degree

Fields of Study

Engineering
Colleges in Canada Civil Engineering
Colleges in Canada Computer Engineering
Colleges in Canada Electrical Engineering
Colleges in Canada Industrial & Management Systems Engineering
Colleges in Canada Mechanical Engineering
Colleges in Canada Software Engineering

Program Options

Colleges in Canada Career Placement Office
Colleges in Canada Co-op Education

Buildings & Facilities

Computing facilities for teaching in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science are provided by the centralized IT services (AITS) of the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, Over 1600 PC's are integrated in a gigabit Network, in addition to a 16 terabyte NAS file server, numerous "Services" and "Application" servers, and a modern HPC Cluster with 464 compute cores and 128 visualization cores. In particular, the facilities include 800 desktops available in 40 computer labs and 30 project rooms to support the undergraduate teaching in the Hall building. All systems are dual boot Linux/Windows (XP), with general Microsoft tools provided by the current Campus agreement and other special engineering applications (AutoCAD, Matlab, Rational Rose, etc.) necessary to satisfy the teaching mission. The software is updated every term and the systems are monitored closely.

All Concordia students have access to extensive research and computing facilities at the library. The library website (http://library.concordia.ca/) provides information on the hours of operation, assistance, services and collections. Over 80,000 monographs in engineering and computer science are housed in the R. Howard Webster Library. Students can access more than 3,000 technical journals, both in the library and remotely. Most journals are available electronically. CLUES, the library catalogue, gives location and status about library collections, including audio-visual items. Free interlibrary loan and article delivery services are offered to students. Help with research and assignments is available in-person, via email and through online chat.

Admissions & Tuition

# Students Admitted to Program:  678
% Accepted:  64
Application Deadline    
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(Month/Day)
Notification of Acceptance
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Advanced Acceptance (Fall): 
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Fall Semester: 
5/1
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Winter Semester: 
11/1
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Spring Semester: 
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Summer Semester: 
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Colleges in Canada Rolling Notification
Minimum GPA:  3
Interview: Not Required
Letters of Reference: Not Required
Annual Tuition (C$): 3,428 - 6,961
Faculty/Department Scholarships & Bursaries Available: Yes
Estimated Total Cost of Program (C$): 10,284 - 27,844

Concordia University
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West EV002.139
Montreal, Quebec H3G 1M8
Phone:  1-514-848-2424 Ext. 3109
Fax: 1-514-848-2830

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Program Profile
Canadian Schools  Name of Credential Awarded: Bachelor of Engineering
Canadian Schools  Length of Program: < 4 Yrs
Canadian Schools Direct Entry: Yes
Canadian Schools Cohort Model: Yes
Teaching Methods:
 Colleges in Canada Case Studies
 Colleges in Canada Field Work/Projects
 Colleges in Canada Labs
 Colleges in Canada Lectures
Average Class Size:
Colleges in Canada Core Classes: 65
Colleges in Canada Areas of Concentration Classes: 26

Student Profile
Canadian Schools Total F/T Undergraduate Student Enrolment in Program (All Years): 2,934
Canadian Schools % International Students: 18
Canadian Schools # Countries of Origin: 31 or more
Program Quick Stats
Canadian Schools Faculty/Department Name: Engineering
Canadian Schools Year Faculty/Department Founded: 1943
Canadian Schools # Fields of Study/Concentrations: 6
Canadian Schools Opportunities for Part-Time Study: Yes
Canadian Schools # Full-Time Faculty: 158
Institute Overview
Canadian Schools Institute Name: Concordia University
Canadian Schools Institute Type: 4-Yr University
Canadian Schools Public or Private: Public
Canadian Schools Year Founded: 1974
Canadian Schools # Faculties: 4
Canadian Schools # Full-Time Faculty: 836
Canadian Schools # Full-Time Students: 21,221
Canadian Schools # Part-Time Students: 12,550
Canadian Schools % International Students: 4
Canadian Schools Campus Setting: Urban
Canadian Schools On-Campus Residence/Dormitories: Yes
Canadian Schools Nearest City: Montreal
Canadian Schools City Population: 3,620,923
Canadian Schools Cost of Living: High
Canadian Schools Climate Range: -15°C to 30°C
Concordia University
Concordia University
Concordia University
Concordia University