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Faculty of Applied Science & Technology

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)

Get ready to step into a career as a mechanical engineer.

Our new Mechanical Engineering degree gets you working with industry-standard advanced technology in your first semester.

Stand out from the crowd as a job-ready engineer

With rapid changes in industry, companies require engineers who are fully trained and ready to work as soon as they graduate. At Sheridan, you’ll get the practical training you need to prepare for your career. Few engineering degrees in Canada will give you this level of hands-on experience with industry-standard advanced technology, as well as the chance to solve real world problems with industry and the community.

Work with the latest mechanical engineering technology

Sheridan’s labs are like no other in Ontario. Get a degree that allows you to work with 3D printers, robotics, rapid prototyping, integrated energy systems including solar, wind, and geothermal energy, HVAC systems, water jet technology, advanced mechatronics system equipment and more. At Sheridan, we believe the best way to learn is to roll up your sleeves and get hands-on.

Specialize in energy or mechatronics

In your third and fourth year of study, you’ll specialize in one of two technical streams — energy or mechatronics. In the energy stream, you’ll learn to provide environmentally and economically sustainable solutions for energy generation, distribution and usage. In the mechatronics stream, you’ll learn to solve engineering problems with mechanical, electrical, computer, and control engineering.

Energy stream

In the energy stream, you’ll learn to provide environmentally and economically sustainable solutions for energy generation, distribution and usage. You’ll apply your engineering skills to the analysis, modelling, design, development and operation of sustainable energy systems. Become a leader of tomorrow in this growing sector and help solve the world's energy problems.

Mechatronics stream

In the mechatronics stream, you’ll learn to solve engineering problems with combined skills in mechanical, electrical, computer, and control engineering. This skill set is in high demand, as industries are moving towards automation. In the mechatronics stream, you’ll work with robotics (including robotics with artificial intelligence and vision systems), programmable logic controllers (PLC) and other automation systems.

No matter which stream you choose, you’ll get a solid foundation in essential maths (linear algebra, calculus, statistics) and sciences (chemistry, physics, computer programming, electrical circuits). You’ll also take core mechanical courses with a balance of engineering science and design in three key areas: mechanical sciences; systems, measurements and control; and thermal-fluid sciences.

Co-op and internship opportunities

Our Mechanical Engineering degree program features a four-month internship after your second year. You can also choose to apply for our co-op program, which adds a 12-month co-op work term between your third and fourth year. This work experience will give you a chance to apply what you’ve learned in an industry setting, discover your interests, see what employment opportunities are available in the field and build on your résumé.

Our industry partners are excited about the 12-month co-op opportunity, which is longer than many co-op placements. They recognize that this provides more opportunity to establish working relationships with students that they can hire in the future.

Sheridan has strong relationships with industry partners such as Siemens, Hatch, Cimetrix and ABB Robotics. These partnerships are particularly strong in the areas of applied research and students’ capstone projects.

Project-based learning

This program offers a new model for mechanical engineering education. Each year, you’ll work with your fellow students on a single project that spans your classes and subjects. This approach will help you better understand how each subject contributes to a larger engineering project. You’ll quickly see the value of each course, and learn to apply all your acquired skills to solve an engineering problem that you’d encounter in industry.

Competitive edge

As a Mechanical Engineering student at Sheridan, you’ll be a trailblazer in a changing field. Industry is in a period of transition as more and more companies move towards automation and sustainable energy solutions. When you graduate from this program, you’ll be prepared to help lead the way into the future.

  • Baccalaureate Degree - 4 Years

    • Full-time
    • 4 yrs (8 semesters)
    • Program code: PBENM