The Engineering Department will provide lectures and interactive workshops that provide insight into the entire life cycle of space missions. The participants will design, build and launch model rockets. The participants will perform an analog Mars exploration mission by remotely controlling a rover at the Canadian Space Agency Mars Yard. All aspects of the mission will be performed from configuring the rovers, performing mission operations and meeting scientific mission goals. The participants will be instructed on how to use System Tool Kit (STK). This is a system engineering tool that is used to perform mission architecture simulations. The mission manager for the latest NASA Mars Exploration Rover Mission will provide a workshop on designing an interplanetary exploration mission. The participants will design a satellite servicing mission in the ESA European Space Research and Technology Center (ESTEC) Concurrent Engineer Center. An interactive workshop on spacesuit design and astronaut training will be provided during a field trip to ESA European Space Operations Center (ESOC) in Cologne, Germany. A tour of the ESA ESTEC satellite production and testing facility will be provided. The participants will perform an individual department project on a topic of their choosing.