Graduate studies

Amy Sun is pursuing a graduate degree in electrical engineering as a way to work with both hardware and software.

Amy Sun is pursuing a graduate degree in electrical engineering as a way to work with both hardware and software.

Jorin Weatherston and Ying Wang (computer science) use VR technology to gain insights into environmental and visualization interactions.

Jorin Weatherston and Ying Wang (computer science) use VR technology to gain insights into environmental and visualization interactions.

Camille Zimmer (civil engineering) is taking water samples in Goldstream Park.

Camille Zimmer (civil engineering) is taking water samples in Goldstream Park.

Engineering is a very collaborative field—you'll work with classmates and faculty to find solutions for real-world problems.

Engineering is a very collaborative field—you'll work with classmates and faculty to find solutions for real-world problems.

Whether your focus is on innovating a sustainable world or advancing new technology, we have a graduate program for you.

At UVic, you’ll work with faculty who are making an impact every day with cutting-edge research. Our state-of-the-art computing and laboratory facilities, and close connections with research centres, government and industry means you’ll have the resources you need to push the edges of your field.

Some graduate programs offer a co-op option where you can alternate terms in class with paid work terms in positions related to your field of study.

Our graduate programs

Program Degrees Option
Civil Engineering MASc | PhD
Computer Science MSc | PhD Co-op
Electrical and Computer Engineering MASc | MEng | MTIS | MADS | PhD Co-op
Mechanical Engineering MASc | MEng | PhD Co-op