Department of Bioengineering

Bioengineering uses analytical methods to quantitatively describe biology, but also draws upon the sophistication of living systems as a tool to design and create. This very rapidly growing research area covers a broad range of topics, such as materials science, biomedical applications, biophysics, molecular biology, and environmental engineering.

Department of Chemical Engineering

Chemical engineers design processes and systems that produce everything from plastics and paper to pharmaceuticals, processed foods and advanced materials. They also apply their knowledge of scientific processes to such diverse fields as manufacturing and bioengineering.

Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics

Civil engineers create the infrastructure of modern society and are responsible for everything from roadways to water management to the buildings we live and work in.

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) offers four undergraduate degrees in the areas of Electrical (including Honours), Computer and Software Engineering, all accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).

Department of Mining and Materials Engineering

Materials engineers help in developing super-strong alloys for the aerospace industry, lighter materials to reduce the environmental consequences of the transport industry, miniaturized and higher performing materials for the electronics industry, as well as ceramic composites used in artificial hips and bone replacements.

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineers are involved in the conception, design, implementation and operation of mechanical systems in many aspects of life, from bicycles and space shuttles to espresso machines.

School of Architecture

Architects use art, science and technology to shape the way we interact in our buildings and in our cities by designing environments that are aesthetically pleasing, structurally sound, and responsive in every way to the needs of the people who use them.

School of Urban Planning

Urban planning can be described as a technical and political process concerned with the welfare of people, control of the use of land, design of the urban environment including transportation and communication networks, and protection and enhancement of the natural environment.

Departments, Schools and Institutes

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Faculty Institutes

TISED

TISED (Trottier Institute for Sustainability in Engineering and Design) promotes bold and green ideas through education, outreach, and research, where we aim to connect our institution with the public for a greater understanding of sustainability issues in our society.

MIAM

MIAM (McGill Institute for Advance Materials) was established by the Faculties of Science and Engineering to act as a focal point for research into all forms of advanced materials.

MIAE

MIAE (McGill Institute for Aerospace Engineering) is an initiative of the Lorne Trottier Chair in Aerospace Engineering to foster interest in Aerospace Engineering among undergraduate and graduate students and awareness of the multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural environment in which they may work as future engineers working in the Aerospace Industry.

IPLAI

IPLAI (Institute for the Public Life of Arts and Ideas) is a collaboration among six faculties across McGill, 2 schools and the McGill Libraries. They also partner with a host of community arts, culture, education, government, business and media organizations.

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