Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Lassonde School of Engineering

Mechanical Engineering is one of the broadest engineering disciplines where you can develop a wide range of technical skills and knowledge to complete diverse engineering tasks that will teach you how to make a positive impact on the world and create a cleaner environment. This multidimensional discipline includes design engineering, renewable energy, developing medical diagnostic devices, advanced manufacturing and materials, robotics and automation. 

Our Mechanical Engineering program is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB). 

What You'll Learn 
You will start by learning the fundamental skills and theory that serve as the foundation for mechanical engineering. 

After your first year, you will have the chance to specialize and explore what you are most passionate about –Mechanism Design, Manufacturing Engineering, Instrumentation, Electrical Systems, Fluid Dynamics, Solid Mechanics and CAD (computer-aided design). 

Aside from the technical know-how, you will pick up some great soft skills including effective communication, project management, law, public policy and leadership. 

After second year, you can pursue co-op opportunities, gaining professional experience to get a head start towards becoming a licensed Professional Engineer. 

Some Courses You'll Take  
Engineering Graphics and CAD Modelling
Machine Elements Design
Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques 
Fluid Mechanics
Application of Simulation Tools for Design and Analysis
Solid Mechanics and Materials Lab
Macro and Micro Manufacturing Methods
Electrical Systems for Mechanical Engineers

You May Also Be Interested In:
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Software Engineering
Space Engineering

Program Details

Offered by

Lassonde School of Engineering

Offered at

  • Keele Campus

Degrees offered


Ways to study

Full-Time, Part-Time

Experiential Education

Co-op or internship

Fall entry

Yes (first and upper year)

Winter entry

Yes (first and upper year)

Summer entry