School of Engineering & Technology

Conestoga's School of Engineering & Technology offers a comprehensive suite of engineering and technology programs to suit your interests and career aspirations. Program clusters include Architecture, Civil, Construction, Electrical, Power, Energy, Electronics, Cyber, Computer, Environmental, Interior Design, Mechanical, Packaging, Woodworking and Welding. With a wide range of credentials, from one-year certificates, two-year and three-year advanced diplomas, to graduate certificates and degrees, and built-in pathways, we have what you need for an industry-ready education.

Conestoga was the first college in Ontario to offer fully accredited engineering degrees. Graduates meet the education requirements to become professional engineers.

All programs incorporate active learning that may include project-based learning, co-operative education, applied research opportunities, case studies and capstone projects. Active learning allows students to apply theory to practice during their studies and results in graduates who are better prepared for the real work world. Employers like this, which is why the School of Engineering & Technology has a history of excellent graduate and co-op placement rates.

Many of our faculty and students engage in applied research that utilizes current and emerging technologies to address real-world industry needs. Students become involved through curriculum projects, competitions, co-op and summer work terms, and part-time work during the school term.

I invite you to explore our website to learn more about our programs. Please do not hesitate to contact us for more information on how the School of Engineering & Technology can prepare you for an exciting and rewarding career.

Tony Thoma, BSc., MBA, PEng.
Executive Dean