Accreditation Process

The Engineers Canada (EC) began accrediting undergraduate university engineering programs in 1965. The process for accrediting an engineering program is undertaken by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB), a working Board of the Engineers Canada (EC). 
Accreditation means that engineering graduates from the program have the academic qualifications necessary for registration as a professional engineer (P.Eng.) in Canada Engineering programs are evaluated by the CEAB at the request of the institution offering the program, and with consent of the regulatory association/ordre in the province or territory where the institution is located. In Ontario, Professional Engineers Ontario is the regulatory association

Our History and success with the Accreditation Process

Agricultural Engineering: 1973-1995.
Biological Engineering: 1973-
Biomedical Engineering 2014-
Computer Engineering 2014-
Engineering Systems and Computing: 1994-
Environmental Engineering: 1993-
Food Engineering: 1993-2000.
Mechanical Engineering: 2013-
Water Resources Engineering: 1973-


If you have questions about the process please feel free to contact

Engineering Recruitment
519 824 4120 ex 52433