Career Connections | Science, Applied Science, and Engineering (SASE) | UNB

Why study in the Faculty of Science, Applied Science, and Engineering?

The Faculty Science, Applied Science, and Engineering (SASE, Saint John) currently does not have a Program Blueprint. Instead you can connect with academic advising in the Faculty to learn about program options and career connections.

What program options are there?

There are many program options available that can be explored on the SASE website while information is prepared for Career Connections.

What do employers look for?

  • Intellectual and research skills -- capacity for life-long learning
  • Critical and analytical thinking -- ability to absorb and analyze complex material from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.
  • Communication skills -- the ability to listen or read, synthesize, draw conclusions, and effectively communicate in both oral and written form
  • Problem solving skills -- capacity to make discerning judgments and decisions

How do I get the skills I need?

At UNB, there are many ways to succeed in your field of study and in your future career. For example, you can participate in the Co-Curricular Program. You can complete internships, co-ops, and field schools; participate in Work-study and similar opportunities; join and lead a student group with the Student Union (Fredericton) or Students’ Representative Council (Saint John); and find other ways to volunteer doing things that interest you.

Explore what's relevant to you

These avenues will assist you with your career planning depending on where you are in your studies