Software Engineering

The Engineering Lab Wing

The Engineering Lab Wing

HCI Techniques in SENG 310

HCI Techniques in SENG 310

BSEng and CompSci students redesigning a website using HCI techniques in SENG 310

Software Engineering Research

Software Engineering Research

Dr. Margaret-Anne Storey and BSEng student Ben Hawker at the 2016 JCURA Research Fair

HCI Techniques in SENG 310

HCI Techniques in SENG 310

BSEng and CompSci students redesigning a website using HCI techniques in SENG 310

Software Engineering at UVic

The Bachelor of Software Engineering (BSEng) program at the University of Victoria has been designed to prepare you for a successful career as an engineer in the software industry and information technology sector by teaching you a breadth and depth of knowledge that combines theory and practice of engineering and computer science. You will also be trained in communication skills and become proficient in engineering design.

The Co-operative Education program is an integral component of your engineering studies at UVic. It will help you sample different job prospects and gain critical work experience while you practice and apply the knowledge and skills acquired during your studies. The engineering programs include 8 academic terms intermixed with 4 terms of required co-op. Co-ops are paid work terms in positions related to your field, in this case, Software Engineering. While it takes a little longer to complete a co-op degree, it’s well worth it—you graduate with significant work experience for the job market.

 

  • The Canadian Engineering Memorial Foundation is excited to announce a NEW undergraduate scholarship for women in engineering provided by Dillon Consulting Limited.

    Please visit http://www.cemf.ca for more information.