Do you want to have an impact on the world around you? Humber’s Bachelor of Engineering programs have a common first year to give you time to decide how you want to make a difference – in Mechatronics, Information Systems, or the Built Environment. We provide the foundational engineering knowledge and skills and you decide where they take you.
Help shape a better future with an engineering degree that allows you to focus on sustainability and innovation.
Are you ready to design and build the next generation of surgical robots, autonomous drones or wearable technologies? Humber’s new engineering degree in Mechatronics can help get you there. Mechatronics is a multidisciplinary engineering field that integrates mechanical, electrical, electronics and computer engineering. Graduates can shape the future of automation in manufacturing, health care, consumer products, agriculture, mining and more. The hands-on training in this program will help you gain the knowledge to develop complex, smart and hybrid systems that bring comfort to everyday life and increase productivity at work.
Our world is more connected than ever and you have a role to play in shaping what comes next. Information Systems Engineering includes the converging areas of internet, smart devices, computer systems, software, mobile communications, Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, and cyber security. Does that sound like somewhere you want to make your mark? With this degree you can design more secure and effective advanced systems to generate, process, manage, store and communicate information.
Do you want to help solve the challenges facing our communities and our neighbourhoods?
Over the next 40 years, two-thirds of the world’s population will live in concentrated urban areas. As a result, the global building stock is projected to double and will be responsible for more than half of the world’s carbon emissions. Creative solutions to the design, management, building and operational challenges are needed. In this program, you will develop a deep understanding of sustainability, building systems, and infrastructure. With a team-based approach to learning, you will be prepared for an exciting career helping to shape a better future.
Humber engineering programs are "designed to the edges", which means that we teach all of our students, without compromising unique learning needs. This approach optimizes learning for all of our students.
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Project-based learning in every semester, culminating in the final-year (8 month) capstone project.
Our engineering degree programs blend classroom theory with project-based learning, set in Humber’s state-of-the-art facilities. Humber is transforming learning by converging industry, community and education to find innovative solutions to real-world problems.
The Barrett Centre for Technology
The Centre for Urban Ecology
220+ full-time programs
100+ pathways with partners in Ontario, Canada and abroad
87% of graduates are employed within six months of graduation*
*2019-2020 Humber Key Performance Indicator survey results.