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The Mechanical Engineering Bridge program provides access to the third year of Mechanical Engineering at the University of British Columbia Vancouver (UBC V) or University of British Columbia Okanagan (UBC O).
Mechanical engineers design and build machines and other products, such as robots, spacecraft, automobiles, artificial limbs, amusement park rides, elevators, and manufacturing equipment. If something moves or uses energy, mechanical engineering was probably involved in its design or production.
The Mechanical Engineering Bridge to the University of British Columbia program consists of two academic terms, beginning in September and finishing at the end of May for entry into the third year of Engineering at the University of British Columbia in September.
Combining theory and technology
The Engineering Bridge programs share many common courses, which have been developed in consultation and cooperation with UBC and UVic. The Engineering Bridge programs are rigorous and you should expect to dedicate yourself to your studies throughout your time in the program.
An Internship work term is optional for this program.
The only program of its kind
The Engineering Bridge programs at Camosun are unique and recognized across Canada as an excellent transition from a technology diploma to an Engineering degree (UVic) or Applied Science degree (UBC).
Although the Bridge programs are designed for graduates of technology diplomas delivered through Camosun, all graduates from accredited Canadian Technology Accreditation Board (CTAB) programs are welcome to apply.
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Industry professionals and educators agree—the combination of a Technology diploma and Engineering degree creates the most desirable type of engineer.
You will gain both hands-on experience with practical applied skills and an excellent knowledge of advanced engineering courses.
Alternate between full-time studies and full-time paid work, better preparing you to embark on your career after graduation.