Master of Engineering (MEng) 

The MEng program is designed to provide you with an opportunity to strengthen and extend the knowledge you’ve gained at the undergraduate level. You’ll complete nine graduate-level courses and a research project.

Our relatively small MEng program is intended to prepare domestic students for advanced professional activity in various industrial settings.

Special MEng programs in designated areas based on the research strength of the department will be introduced for domestic and international students in the future. At present, international students are encouraged to apply to the research intensive MASc program.

Program requirements

The program requires successful completion of at least 12.0 units of graduate level courses, a 1.0 unit graduate seminar, and 3 units for the final project (MECH 598 - MEng Project).

*Effective September 2014: Any MEng students starting after this date are also required to take the graduate Seminar.
*Effective September 2015: The MEng program now has its own Seminar number: MECH 594 – Seminar. This brings your total units required to 16.0 for the program.

Learn about admission requirements.