The Gina Cody School offers undergraduate engineering programs fully accredited by the Engineers Canada Accreditation Board.
- Aerospace Engineering
- Building Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Software Engineering
Computer Science programs are accredited by the Canadian Information Processing Society.
Accreditation initiatives are led by Dr. Ali Akgunduz, Associate Dean of Academic Programs.
Continuous Improvement Process (CIP)
Continuous Improvement Process is the ongoing systematic observation and evaluation of the current system to identify and resolve problems to deliver the best learning environment to GCS students. Faculty members can find ongoing works related to CIP and various support documents from the Accreditation Resource Pages.
Graduate Attribute Assessment System (GAAS)
The Graduate Attribute Assessment System (GAAS) web application enables the recording of graduate attribute assessment as required by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board. For the purposes of the AAS system, each term, every department assigns a set of courses that measure graduate attributes. These courses are said to participate in the AAS system. For each participating course, the department specifies which attributes are assessed in that course.
GAAS training videos
Introduction to the GAAS and how to submit grades
How to upload relevant documents
Teaching and learning resources
For central resources related to teaching, curriculum, enrolment and more visit the teaching & learning hub.
Find teaching information specific to the Gina Cody School's faculty members below:
- Professional Engineering License
- Teaching assistants
- Oral Proficiency Test
- Teaching Excellence Award
- Guidelines for granting teaching remissions for graduate student supervision [PDF]