Algoma University and Laurentian University have partnered to facilitate a seamless transition for students who complete the first year at Algoma University to transfer directly to year two, three, and four in the Bharti School of Engineering at Laurentian University.
The Engineering Pathway provides the opportunity for first year students at Algoma U to study in areas such as mathematics, chemistry, and physics in courses that prepare them to enter the exciting world of Engineering. In year two, they will transfer directly to their second year of study in the Bharti School of Engineering at Laurentian University. Students choose their area of focus from three degrees: Chemical, Mechanical, or Mining
Each program has a co-op option available to eligible students. Work term opportunities are available in numerous locations throughout Ontario and beyond. For students wishing to return to Sault Ste. Marie for work terms, co-op options in Sault Ste. Marie are available to a select number of students each year.
Laurentian University has the highest post-graduation employment rate in Ontario at 95 per cent, ensuring graduates are well-positioned for a successful transition to the workforce in a high demand field.
The Bachelor of Engineering programs are accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board.
What You Can Expect
Hands-on learning, a close-knit campus community, and caring faculty.
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In our Engineering Pathway, you will take your first year of study at Algoma University followed by a transition to a second year of Engineering at Laurentian University.
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During your first year, you will meet faculty from the Bharti School of Engineering and learn more about expectations and opportunities for upper-year Engineering students. At the end of the first year, your grades will automatically be transferred to Laurentian University and an academic advisor will assist you with your course selection for year two of your Engineering program. There is no need to apply for a transfer or to pay additional application fees – making the process truly seamless for a student.
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Each program has a co-op option available to eligible students. Work term opportunities are available in numerous locations throughout Ontario and beyond.
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Pathway to Chemical Engineering
Reactions, interactions, and creation – the science and study behind the building blocks of life. Chemical Engineering students learn about organic and inorganic chemistry, statistics, and chemical processes and reactions. Career paths include civil service, process engineering, entrepreneurship, management, manufacturing, research and development, or move on to pursue graduate studies.
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Pathway to Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering students apply problem solving skills to diverse areas such as robotics and automation, industrial equipment and machinery, heating and ventilation, biomechanics, transportation, energy production and conversion, and much more. Career paths include mechanical design, project management, quality control, preventative maintenance, research and development, production engineering, or move on to pursue graduate studies.
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Pathway to Mining Engineering
Be part of world leading research and discovery. Mining Engineering students learn about extraction, discovery, and exploration, thousands of feet below the earth. Career paths include civil service, mining engineering, mining technologies, entrepreneurship, management, manufacturing, research and development, or move on to pursue graduate studies.
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Bharti School of Engineering
Take a look at the Bharti School of Engineering website for additional information on degree completion and what to expect once you transfer to Laurentian University.
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