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Academic advice

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Get the advice you need

Academic advisers are an invaluable resource. They can help you plan your program, decide which courses to take and find out which courses you can transfer to UVic.

Undergraduate advisers:

  • First year Engineering students: Engineering Undergraduate Office, room 206 in the Engineering Office Wing. 250-472-5322 or engr@uvic.ca
  • Second, third and fourth year BME, MECH and SENG students: Belinda de Jong, room 217 in the Engineering Office Wing. 250-472-5215 or engradv1@uvic.ca
  • Second, third and fourth year CENG, CIVE and ELEC students: Alejandra Montenegro, room 219 in the Engineering Office Wing. 250-472-5216 or engradv2@uvic.ca
  • Computer Science students: Sue Butler, room 512 in the Engineering and Computer Science Building. 250-472-5757 or cscadvisor@uvic.ca
  • Exchange/Visiting/Study Abroad students: Margaret Gwyn, room 206 in the Engineering Office Wing. 250-472-4051 or mgwyn@uvic.ca

Professional
accreditation

Graduation from one of UVic's nationally accredited undergraduate engineering programs is the first step to becoming a licensed Professional Engineer (PEng). Only a Professional Engineer is licensed to practice engineering in Canada.

An engineering graduate must have between two and four years of on-the-job engineering work experience under the supervision of a Professional Engineer, as well as pass a professional ethics exam, to obtain a PEng.

The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC regulates and governs the professions under the authority of the Engineers and Geoscientists Act. They set and maintain high academic, experience and professional standards for all members.

You can register as a student member through the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC.

Professional
programs

The definition of professional program in the Faculty of Engineering is one that leads to a professional designation. The professional designation for engineers is P.Eng. See our list of professional programs on the programs page.

The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC regulates and governs the professions under the authority of the Engineers and Geoscientists Act. They set and maintain high academic, experience and professional standards for all members.

You can register as a student member through the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC.

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Biomedical Engineering
Program Presentation

Faculty of Engineering
recruitment brochure

An overview of engineering and computer science programs

Engineering Bridge
2015
View in pdf

Faculty of Engineering
2014 Orientation
View in pdf

Faculty of Engineering
APEGBC
View in pdf

Faculty of Engineering
Equity & Diversity
View in pdf

Faculty of Engineering
Time management & GPA
View in pdf

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