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Government of Canada Invests in Bachelor of Engineering, Mechatronics Degree

Our Senior Dean Dr. Farzad Rayegani was honoured to attend an event in Sault Ste. Marie where the Honourable Patty Hajdu announced a $530,000 investment from the the Federal Economic Development Agency for Northern Ontario (FedNor) to support our Bachelor of Engineering, Mechatronics degree program that gives students access to new opportunities.

Co-delivered with Sault College, this degree gives graduates hands-on learning with knowledgeable faculty, staff and state-of-the-art advanced technology.

The co-delivery model for the Engineering Mechatronics degree is an innovative approach to creating accessible education and the first in Canada to be co-delivered between two post-secondary institutions. The Bachelor of Engineering in Mechatronics, along with Humber’s Bachelor of Engineering in Information Systems and Built Environment programs, are meeting industry demand for graduates from emerging technology fields.

The future is bright and together we are blazing the paths for future leaders and empowering the creators, engineers and thinkers setting a course for tomorrow.

Senior Dean Dr. Farzad Rayegani standing with others from the Federal Economic Development Agency for Northern Ontario