Our courses focus on core skills identified by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board and in the Concordia Strategic Plan, communication, analytical and synthetic thinking, professionalism, and ethical practice. Through these courses, students gain an appreciation of how their skills influence social change. Our courses are listed here.
Our faculty research takes an interdisciplinary approach to the public, policy, social, and ethical factors that shape our relationship to technology. Learn more about faculty research here.
Research opportunities in CES are available to highly motivated and academically sound students. We welcome inquiries from students interested in exploring technology-related questions in global engineering, rhetoric, technical communication, risk, and the social impact of engineering. More information about graduate and undergraduate research opportunities is available here.
To help the Faculty community stay abreast of the latest best practices in complementary engineering education, we host the occasional lecture series, Topics in Engineering Education. Find recent lectures here.
We also administer the Engineering Writing Test.