Beginning of day classes and full time teaching. Establishment of the faculty of Arts and Science, which included classes in engineering.
Establishment of the School of Engineering.
First degrees awarded in engineering.
Faculty of Engineering established.
Establishment of the School of Architecture.
First degrees in architecture awarded.
Establishment of the School of Industrial Design.
Establishment of the BEng Computer Systems Engineering Program.
Establishment of the joint graduate program with University of Ottawa – Ottawa Carleton Institute for Research and Graduate Studies in Electrical Engineering.
Joint graduate programs: Civil, Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering.
An annex on the top floor of the Architecture Building is constructed to provide additional space for the Faculty of Engineering.
Canada’s first Bachelor of Engineering program in aerospace engineering is established. Bell-Northern Research Limited and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council provide funding for an Industrial Research Chair in computer-aided engineering within the Department of Electronics. The departments of Electronics and Systems and Computer Engineering are major partners in the Telecommunications Research Institute of Ontario (TRIO), one of seven “centres of excellence” chosen by the provincial government for scientific research.
Department of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering renamed Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
“Challenge Fund” surpasses 80% of its goal and capital projects are initiated for additions to the Minto Centre for Advanced Studies in Engineering.
The university’s $30-million Challenge Fund campaign surpasses its goal and a $1.5 million enhancement campaign is launched. The extension to the MacOdrum Library is complete and construction of the Minto Centre for Advanced Studies in Engineering begins.
Department of Civil Engineering renamed Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
The Carleton University Art Gallery and the Minto Centre for Advanced Studies in Engineering are opened.
New Industrial Research Chair in Performance Engineering of Real-time Software established.
School of Architecture modifies its program to create a four-year degree program, with the professional designation provided by the two-year Master’s program.
New undergraduate program in Communications Engineering established. Cooperative education programs offered in all engineering programs.
New programs established in Computational Chemistry, Engineering Physics and Software Engineering. Master of Science in Information and Systems Science (MScISS) program expanded.
A $6.4-million expansion to the Minto Centre for Advanced Studies in Engineering is approved. The addition of three floors will provide additional teaching and research space to accommodate the significant growth in informational technology programs.
Senate approves new MEng and PhD programs in Environmental Engineering.
Other new programs include a BA (Honours) in Theory of Architecture.
The Nortel Networks-Carleton University Laboratory for Advanced Materials Research at Carleton University opens, allowing researchers to create the next wave of information technology products.
The Texas Instruments and Nortel Networks DSP Lab for Advanced Communications Research and Education opens in September, making Carleton the first university in Canada to become a Texas Instruments (TI) digital signal processing (DSP) “elite” laboratory.
The wind tunnel in the MacKenzie Building is renamed to illustrate the long-established relationship between Carleton University and Pratt and Whitney Canada (PWC). The lab gives graduate students, researchers and PWC engineers the opportunity to collaborate on leading-edge turbine aerodynamics research.
The three-storey addition to the Minto CASE Building is completed.
The Ottawa-Carleton Institute for Environmental Engineering is created to house the new Masters and PhD programs in environmental engineering.
Thesis-based Master of Applied Science degrees in engineering are approved to distinguish them from the course-based Master of Engineering degrees in all the joint graduate programs with the University of Ottawa.
Carleton University and Algonquin College introduce a joint Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) degree to begin in 2003.
$18-million Azrieli Pavilion approved to house the Carleton School of Information Technology, the National Capital Institute of Telecommunications and the graduate program in architecture.
The Joint Institute for Biomedical Engineering is established, involving several departments from Carleton and the University of Ottawa. The institute offers a new MASc program in biomedical engineering. An undergraduate program in biomedical and electrical engineering is inaugurated.
A new $22-million building to house the Centre for Advanced Visualization and Simulation and the Human-Computer Interface Institute opens. The inauguration of three new undergraduate programs: aerospace engineering stream in space systems design; biomedical and mechanical engineering; and sustainable and renewable energy engineering are approved by the University Senate.
The School of Architecture is renamed the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism in honour of a $4.4 million endowment to the school by alumnus Dr. David J. Azrieli.
New undergraduate programs in biomedical and mechanical engineering and in susstainable and renewable energy engineering are launched, as is a new Master’s degree program in industrial design.
Construction begins on the canal building, which will provide space for expansion of research and teaching activity in biomedical engineering and sustainable and renewable energy.
The new Master’s programs in infrastructure protection and international security, and sustainable and renewable energy engineering are launched.
The $30-million canal building, housing state-of-the-art laboratories and research facilities in biomedical engineering and sustainable and renewable energy engineering, opens.