Faculty of Science, Engineering, and Architecture
The Faculty of Science, Engineering, and Architecture encompasses the branches of knowledge obtained through systematic observation, experimentation and design (i.e. biology, chemistry, forensics, physics, computer science, math, geology, etc.). It applies sciences to practical uses, such as the design and building of structures, machines or technology (i.e. as in mining).
“My experience at Laurentian has been exceptional since day one. From daily interactions with profs and classmates, to enriching in-the-field-experience and summer jobs, I couldn’t have asked for a better fit. I’ve even found time to get involved with the Engineering Students’ Society council and to join the engineering hockey team. The opportunities are outstanding!” – Pat Pillon (Mining Engineering Student)