If you are applying to the Faculty of Engineering directly from high school, you will be considered for admission into the qualifying first year of the program. The first-year curriculum is designed to give you a solid foundation and introduce you to the vast opportunities available in the Faculty as well as in the profession. Not only will you increase your academic capacity, you'll also discover how you can shape your future career!
Students are assessed for admission into the Faculty of Engineering based on the the average they present in the five required senior-level high school subjects:
|High School Subject Area
||Alberta High School Course
Canadian students, use the program tool to see provincial course equivalents to the Alberta high school requirements.
International Students, see competitive averages and conversions.
If a student has not yet completed all of the required grade 12 courses at the time of application, the Faculty will use the grade 11 prerequisite in their place to potentially generate an early offer of admission (with conditions).
Admission is competitive; meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission. Competitive admission average ranges for Fall 2018 intake are available to give an idea of what a student needs to be considered competitive.