Camosun offers a variety of computer-focused and engineering technology programs, including certificates, diplomas, bridging to university and university transfer courses.
Design, build and power your career.
As a Mechanical Engineering Technology student, you are part of our School of Trades & Technology.
The School of Trades & Technology plays a vital role in training tradespeople, technicians, technologists and artisans on Southern Vancouver Island. We offer a variety of programs and courses to meet your needs, whether that is to establish or further your career in the trades or technologies, bridge into a third year Engineering program or just for your own personal interest through Continuing Education. Learn more.
This program is nationally accredited by the Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists. Graduates are eligible for professional recognition in BC through the Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of BC (ASTTBC).
From Access to Bridge
Camosun’s Mechanical Engineering department offers programs for students at all levels. The Mechanical Engineering Technology Access will get you started, and the Mechanical Engineering Bridge program will take you beyond Camosun and into third year studies for a university degree in mechanical engineering.
Graduates find employment in a wide range of careers ranging from prototype construction and field commissioning through to project management. Camosun Mechanical Engineering Technology graduates are recognized across the country and find employment outside as well as within the Victoria region. We are excited to work in partnership with these local companies:
Camosun’s broad-based Mechanical Engineering Technology program will prepare you to work in or with design, documentation, prototyping, manufacturing, parts procurement, field assembly, troubleshooting and project management.
As a Mechanical Engineering Technologist, you can earn an average annual salary of $53,000 to $66,000 per year.