As an engineer, you’ll be a creative problem-solver, applying your skills to make significant contributions.
The first year of your engineering education provides a broad foundation in math and science, and provides exposure to various engineering specializations you might choose to pursue.
The Engineering (Applied Science) Certificate recognizes successful completion of the first year of Engineering and is transferable to several BC and Alberta university programs.
Engineering graduates work in a wide range of industries and organizations, from small engineering firms to global technology companies and manufacturers.
Engineering careers include:
Talented engineering graduates and their skills are also sought after in other fields such as management and finance.
CNC's Engineering (Applied Science) Certificate graduates are eligible for second-year admission into several universities in BC and Alberta.
Note that admission to these institutions may require course substitutions and other specific entry requirements. Admission may also depend on program availability and GPA cutoffs that are subject to change from one year to the next.
Note: Please contact the institution you wish to attend to verify transferability.
CNC programs have varying lengths and start dates to meet your needs, and are offered across multiple campuses where possible. Don’t see the campus you’re looking for? Check back with us soon as this page is updated throughout the school year.
Note 1: It is recommended that high school students consult their counsellors to ensure they select the most appropriate high school courses for their chosen career paths.
Note 2: The GED certificate meets the general admission requirements but does not meet specific program or course prerequisites.
Note 3: You will need to comply with the prerequisites of the specific courses you select.
Additional program-specific admission requirements
Note 4: Students applying for admission to MATH 101, CSC 109, PHYS 101, or CHEM 111 who obtained a “C+” grade or less in Principles of Math 12 (interim grade) or Math 050 will be registered in MATH 100.
Need help meeting these requirements? Check out our Academic Upgrading options.
The estimated cost for this program is $5,071
These costs are an estimate and do not include books. Costs may change without notice. Student fees vary by campus.
Books for this program can be purchased from the bookstore.
We're here to help. You can apply for scholarships and bursaries through CNC. We can also help you find loans and other funding. Visit Financial aid to find out how.
Looking for a job? Check the student employment opportunities.
The estimated cost for this program is $15,900.
This cost is an estimate and subject to change. This does not include registration fees, text books, medical insurance or living expenses.