Prospective Students

Will McClay, explaining how the hockey stick power meter works.

Will McClay, explaining how the hockey stick power meter works.

Why take Integrated Engineering?

  • You get to work on challenging projects in a realistic setting
  • Some really interesting career opportunities are available to IGEN students and graduates
  • You learn communication skills
  • Because it is challenging and diverse (easier to say than multidisciplinary)
  • IGEN students are interesting and have a lot of fun at work and play
  • The profs are the best on campus, if not the universe

You should know that the program is fully accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board and has been since 2003. Also In British Columbia you can register as an Engineer in Training (EIT), just like any other graduate from an accredited program. After your four year EIT program, you can opt to register as an Integrated Engineer. The qualifications are available on the APEGBC web site. There are now at least three graduates in BC with a P. Eng. in the Integrated Engineering designation. Other graduates from Integrated Engineering have also registered in other disciplines consistent with their majors or minors.

Read about the Evolution of Integrated Engineering.