Available to: qualified grade 11 and 12 students, see placement requirements link on the Science Department page or the Computer Science & Engineering page

Special Notes: Students taking this course must concurrently be enrolled in a year of traditional science or have successfully completed three years of traditional science.

Engineering is a broad field that involves the application of mathematical and scientific principles to design, test, and build structures, machines, devices, systems, and processes.  Disciplines in Engineering allows students to explore this wide range of engineering fields.  Students will be introduced to a variety of engineering disciplines, learning about the academics behind each one.  This will be followed up with a hands-on project based on that discipline.  Learning about the types of projects engineers work on will help students identify which specific engineering area they would like to focus on in the future.  The prerequisite for Disciplines in Engineering is Digital Fabrication 1 or permission from the instructor.