The Bachelor of Engineering in Engineering Physics is a 4-year program at Carleton University.
Students will have the opportunity to apply to the Co-operative Education Program.
Engineering Physics is a challenging and elite program for those students who want to combine the strengths of physics and engineering.
This Bachelor of Engineering in Engineering Physics offers:
A set of options in the fourth year that allow students to focus on either semiconductor devices and technology or modern optics;
The opportunity for students to design their own integrated circuits (ICs), which are manufactured right on campus;
A unique team design project course in the first year;
Excellent computing resources
An active student branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Excellent scholarships for high-standing students.
Students will have a unique opportunity to participate in a small class and collaborate closely with a senior professor on a team project that involves the design and implementation of an optical system.
The BEng degree program in Engineering Physics is fully accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board.
The student to faculty ratio is 9:1 which bridges the gap between faculty and students.
After graduating from this program, students will meet the educational requirements for registration as a professional engineer.
Carleton University has an acceptance rate of 21%, compared to other Canadian universities.