Industrial Manufacturing Processes
Industrial Manufacturing Processes is a post-graduate program, which is unique in Canada. It is specifically designed for international students with a mechanical or industrial engineering degree. Students will benefit from a solid exposure to applied learning, practical applications and lab work, which will complement the theory learned in their degrees programs.
Building on Confederation College’s current portfolio of advanced manufacturing and engineering programming, the Industrial Manufacturing Processes program combines theory with applied shop courses. It covers a range of industrial engineering topics with a focus on advanced manufacturing processes applicable to a wide variety of industries. Students’ knowledge and skills will improve for all stages of the production process - from selection and design, through to building, quality control and the final stages of testing a product. Students will also be exposed to fields related to a career in management, including courses on project management and occupational health and safety.
The Industrial Manufacturing Processes program has received program validation by the provincial Credentials Validation Service (Ontario College Quality Assurance Service). Graduates of the program are awarded a Post-Graduate Certificate in Industrial Manufacturing Processes.
- Graduates of a four year degree in engineering from an acredited university or college in the following disciplines: industrial, mechnaical or aeronautical
- Applicants must have graduated with at least a second class upper degree (or equivalent)
- Applicants must have no more than six (6) fails throughout their study program
- English Proficiency:
- Academic IELTS: 6.5 or higher, no band less than 6.0, or
- TOEFL ibt: 88
- PTE-A: 60 (no communicative skill band lower than 54)
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