Mechanical and Industrial

It’s all systems go for an exciting career! Within two to three years, our Mechanical and Industrial programs will provide you with the fundamental skills needed for a successful engineering career working in areas like research, industry, manufacturing and production. If mathematics, sciences, analytics and processes are your strong suit, studying mechanical or industrial engineering technology gives you the opportunity to apply your strengths toward a career that is challenging, rewarding and in-demand.

  • Many of the programs have a practicum or co-op component so you can gain the on-the-job exposure you need to tackle exciting projects.
  • Some programs are accredited nationally and recognized provincially for professional certification.
  • Explore the possibility of receiving credit towards an engineering degree from various universities.
  • Potential to acquire external certifications upon meeting the agencies’ certification requirements and paying membership fees.

Career Possibilities

  • Laboratory Technologist
  • Engineering Technologist
  • Process Control Technician
  • Operator
  • Maintenance Planner
  • Safety Coordinator
  • Mechanical Estimator
    • Inspection and Testing Technician
    • Industrial Sales Representative
    • Engineering Assistant
    • Robotic Welding Programmer
    • Welding Inspector/Supervisor
    • Laboratory Technician

    As someone who was in the workforce for thirteen years and having a young family to support, entering secondary education was a challenging time. NBCC prepared me for a new career in Power Engineering. I met great new friends and had good instructors who made sure I was trained in all aspects of the career I had chosen.

    William CoesAlumni - Power Engineering Technology