Research at a Glance
MME at Queen’s has world-class research groups in:
MME by the numbers:
- Undergraduate students: 550
- Graduate Students:160
- Admin and Technical Staff: 12
- Faculty: 28
- Adjunct Faculty: 5
- Emeritus Professors: 10
- Cross-Appointed Faculty: 8
Queen's University was founded in 1841 and is one of the top-ranked and most research intensive universities in Canada.
Degrees at a Glance
Bachelor of Science (B Sc) in Mechanical Engineering
Students can choose a General Option (ME1) or select a more focused path in the Materials Option (ME2) or the Biomechanical Option (ME3).
All students will graduate with a highly respected Mechanical Engineering degree.
Areas of Concentration include:
- Energy and Fluid Systems
Graduate Programs leading to:
M.Eng – Master of Engineering (Professional degree without thesis)
MASc– Master of Applied Science (Research degree with thesis)
Ph.D – Doctor of Philosophy
Location at a Glance
Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Kingston is a vibrant small city with a population of 150,000. It is situated on the shores of Lake Ontario, and offers convenient access to Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and New York State. For more information visit www.cityofkingston.ca.
Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering
McLaughlin Hall, Queen's University Kingston, ON, Canada K7L 3N6
Phone: (613) 533-2575
Fax: (613) 533-6489
McLaughlin Hall is at the South Central part of campus on the corner of Stuart street and Lower University Avenue. The main office is on the 3rd floor. We also have facilities in Nicol Hall and Jackson Hall.
Click here for an interactive map of campus.