The Integrated Biomedical Engineering & Health Sciences Program is an interdisciplinary undergraduate biomedical program that gives students a strong foundation in Engineering and Health Sciences. McMaster iBioMed is the only health sciences program in Canada in health, engineering, science, and entrepreneurship.
Faculty of Engineering
The McMaster Faculty of Engineering was established in 1958 and is the first engineering program to develop a problem-based learning curriculum. It currently has seven departments in chemical engineering, civil engineering, computing and software, electrical and computer engineering, engineering physics, material science and engineering, and mechanical engineering degrees.
Shad is an annual Canadian enrichment program for high school students in July and is offered at 21 participating universities across Canada. Shad focuses on both academic learning through lectures, workshops, labs and group projects as-well as the development of an individual and community. These experiences are usually focused on the areas of science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics.
Elevate Festival 2023 is the largest festival in Canada at the intersection of tech + innovation. Featuring world-class speakers, arts + culture events, opportunities to grow your business, and a space to find your people. At Elevate Festival 2023, you’ll hear from world-class speakers, enjoy evening socials, build your influence, and connect with your community.
Jetson Infinity is a cinematic STEM experience that combines programmable robotic arms with coding education, bridging the gap between curriculum and industry. By fostering creativity and allowing users to build their own robotic applications, Jetson Infinity empowers students and innovators to share their creations on the Jetson App Store, reaching a global audience.
The McMaster Interdisciplinary Satellite Team is a group of highly motivated and enthusiastic students from McMaster University constructing a satellite to be launched in 2022. The mission's name is McMaster NEUDOSE, short for NEUtron DOSimetry & Exploration. MIST started its journey in 2015 as a small group of students working on an early version of the McMaster NEUDOSE mission.
The DMZ is a leading startup incubator equipping the next generation of leading tech entrepreneurs with the tools needed to build, launch, and scale highly impactful startups. In 2015 DMZ was ranked the best university-based business incubator in North America by UBI Global and in 2018 UBI Global gave it the number one ranking in the world. Since it began, the DMZ has helped 300 startups that have raised nearly $400 million and created in excess of 3,000 jobs.