McMaster University’s Faculty of Engineering and Mohawk College’s
School of Engineering Technology have partnered to offer university
level, skills-based engineering technology education.
B.Tech. was developed in consultation with industry to produce
graduates who are workplace-ready, able to move from the shop
floor to the executive suite, or onwards to studies in Master’s
or Ph.D. programs.
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High school or post-secondary transfer students earn a degree, diploma,
and 12 months of work experience in 4.5 years of study.
- Automotive & Vehicle Technology
- Process Automation
Degree Completion Program
College and University graduates advance directly to
level 3 of a Bachelor’s degree. Flexible evening and weekend
courses make it possible for technologists and internationally
educated professionals to gain Canadian credentials while working.
- Civil Engineering Infrastructure Technology
- Computing & Information
- Energy Engineering Technologies
Certificate and Diploma Programs
Canadian and internationally educated professionals advance their career
with evening and weekend courses in technology and leadership.
Gain advanced technical skills while studying: Entrepreneurship • Finance • Project
Management • Business Ethics