Whether it’s sending a quick email, viewing the latest posting on YouTube, or driving a car, technology is a huge part of most of our daily lives. And guess what? It’s interesting stuff that needs to be planned and maintained by people like you. Engineering’s many specializations means that you can work in lots of different areas. You can choose from aerospace engineering, architecture, chemical engineering, computer engineering and more! Or you can consider pursuing your career in growing fields such as biomedical engineering, environmental engineering or software engineering.

So whether you're looking for a degree or diploma, there are lots of options at Canada's universities, community colleges and Christian universities and colleges to galvanize your interest in engineering.

Defined: 3- and 4-year bachelor's degree programs in engineering leading to a P.Eng certification from Engineers Canada.

Want to explore related 3- and 4-year bachelor's degree programs in engineering technology, or community and career college diploma and certificate programs in engineering technology of varying lengths and comprehensiveness? The latter are designed to prepare you for entrance to the job market and many of them lead to a designation as "technologist" or "technician." So check out our directory of Engineering Technology and Applied Technology programs here.

Campus Starter makes it easy to narrow down the choices. Use our directory of undergraduate degree and diploma programs in Engineering to find the program that's right for you at one of Canada’s accredited universities or community colleges. So have a look around, and start your career path today!

Check out CampusStarter's database of Canadian Engineering Schools and Programs