It is important to recognize that the value of the education that we provide is to not only enhance employability but that our graduates must urgently learn to innovate and ride the waves of imminent disruption. … More The global knowledge society
We offer one of the widest ranges of engineering degree program options in Canada. … More How our culture facilitates learning
Our world will change, as will many of the technologies that it will demand. By carefully anticipating this future, it might become possible to ride some of the waves generated by the coming disruptions instead of drowning in them. … More Research challenges for engineering schools: Anticipating the future
Engaged students become engaged citizens. They live and work with a driving passion to improve the wellbeing of our world. … More Be yourself, everyone else is already taken
The challenges of the 21st century demand more than just technical expertise. The complex problems facing our world require people who are creative and can think critically, form strong collaborative relationships, and who are skilled communicators and contribute towards leadership. … More What’s the point of an engineering education?
Leveraging the unique five-year “and” programs of McMaster Engineering, such as engineering and management, and engineering and society, offers a way forward to develop innovative engineering programs. … More Our need to develop innovative engineering programs