The Bachelor of Engineering in Software Engineering is a 4-year program at Carleton University.
Students will have the opportunity to apply to the Co-operative Education Program.
The Software Engineering program goes beyond teaching simple programming and instead focuses on modern software engineering principles, tools, and analysis techniques for the design of large and complex software systems.
Students gain a solid foundation in mathematics, the physical sciences, and engineering science and design.
Students will learn about object-oriented programming (using C++ and Java) and real-time computer systems.
Students will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of great design projects.
The BEng program in Software Engineering 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
Completed IMM 1294 (Application for Study Permit Made Outside of Canada).
Letter of Acceptance(Student Information for a Study Visa from Carleton University).
Valid Passport (photocopy or scan).
Biometrics (fingerprints and photo)
No criminal record certificate
Results of a medical exam.
The Work-Study Program provides students a chance to get at a part-time on-campus job.
In On-Campus program students may work up to a maximum of 192 hours for the work-study period and earn up to a maximum of $3,000 for the fall/winter session.
The work-study hourly wage is $15.00/hour plus vacation pay.
Career and Placement after Course
As a graduate of the Software Engineering degree program,students will have numerous career opportunities in the information technology industry and will be well prepared to specify, design, implement and maintain complex software systems.