Let your imagination run free as you learn how to successfully design and create lasting structures from the ground up.
Engineers are thinkers and builders who apply science and math to every aspect of modern life. They design and develop the products and processes that we use every day. Engineering is a solid career path leading to high-paying jobs and satisfying work.
You’ll learn how to make your mark in physical structures in the first-year Engineering Transfer (Applied Science) program. By starting your studies with Selkirk College, you’ll get a strong background in math and physics and a firm foundation for your degree’s remaining three years.
You can complete your first year science, math, and engineering requirements with Selkirk College, as well as take any prep courses if you don’t already have the necessary prerequisites. Successful completion of this certificate program allows you to transfer your credits towards an engineering degree at UBC, UBC Okanagan, SFU, UVic, or the University of Alberta. Most of Selkirk's first-year engineering courses transfer to universities across Canada.
Engineering students have the opportunity to enroll in Co-op Education.
Co-op Education is a process of education that formally integrates students' academic study with periods of related work experience with an employer.
A co-op work term is four-months in duration that aligns with the regular semester schedule and allows students to access experiential learning in their field of study by offering a practical application of academic studies. Co-op work terms are paid positions with associated cost and reporting requirements to the College. Benefits include maintenance of full-time student status as well as access to employment and experience unavailable outside of the Co-op Program.
|Cost of living||1 person||$6,000|
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