Last Updated on July 29, 2023
The Software Engineering program focuses on the analysis, design, development and testing of reliable and secure software systems, as well as the integration of software into complex systems, and the timely and cost-effective delivery of software systems, that meet changing requirements. The program applies both computer science and engineering principles. Students may also choose to specialize in the Internet of Things (IoT), which offers courses such as the design and analysis of IoT software systems, connecting IoT devices and services to the cloud, and mobile programming.
There is a need for engineers with management skills. Complement the technical studies of your Engineering program with business and management courses by pursuing the five-year Bachelor of Engineering and Management (Honours) program.
Students have access to new, modern buildings, libraries and innovative labs, including:
- Energy Systems and Nuclear Science Research Centre (ERC)
- Ontario Power Generation (OPG) Engineering Building
- Software and Informatics Research Center (SIRC)
- Jeffery Boyce Engineering Innovation and Design Studio
|Degree||Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)|
Bachelor of Engineering and Management (Honours)
|Faculty||Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science|
|Location||North Oshawa campus location|
|Length||Four or five years|
Western University (Ontario)
Founded in 1878, Western University attracts students with a broad worldview seeking to study, engage with, and lead in international communities.
Offering more than 400 undergraduate programs and 88 graduate programs, Western teaches a full complement of disciplines with five subjects ranked in the top 50 globally.
Western students study and live in a diverse, welcoming community that includes more than 5,800 international students. Students have the opportunity to balance academic achievement with leadership activities, research, athletics, volunteer experiences and social engagement, fostering a strong sense of community.
Western has a proud legacy of 24 Rhodes Scholars. In addition, over the past seven years, Western has had 13 Global Winners and over 150 highly commended students recognized through the Global Undergraduate Awards – consistently ranking Western as first in North America in this pan-disciplinary competition.
A member of the U15, Canada’s most distinguished research universities, Western is ranked among Canada’s fastest-rising institutions for scientific research. Its research teams are internationally renowned in fields ranging from neuroscience and imaging to natural disaster mitigation, planetary science and social innovation. The university attracts CAD 240 million annually in external research funding.
Western is based in London, Canada, a welcoming city of 384,000 located two hours west of Toronto that serves as an economic and cultural hub for Southwestern Ontario.
Its campus is 480 hectares of green space comprising gothic-style buildings mixed with modern structures. The campus is well-connected to the city’s public transit system in addition to many cycling and walking trails. Travel to Toronto, Detroit and many other destinations is easy by air, train and bus.
Western is a founding member of the most distinguished research universities in Canada, U15. The university takes research from labs and into the real world through its partnerships in the public and private sectors.
When you study at Western, you join a global network of more than 315,000 alumni from 150 countries. Graduates enjoy successful careers and a 95.2 per cent employment rate after graduation.
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