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Engineering Master's Graduate Programs Regulations

Engineering Masters Graduate Programs Regulations

In addition to the Faculty of Graduate Studies Masters Regulations of this calendar, Engineering students are also bound by the regulations listed below.

There are two options for the Masters Programs in Engineering: (A) a thesis-based MSc, and (B) a course-based MSc that may include a Cooperative Education Internship. Both MSc degree options require completion of 5 full-course equivalents (FCE).

Course selection must be approved by the Graduate Program Coordinator.

Refer to Faculty of Graduate Studies Regulations for “Minimum Satisfactory Academic Standing for MSc Programs”.

Thesis Supervision and Examination: The student will be guided by a thesis supervisor and a supervisory committee to be established by the end of the first term after enrolment. A research thesis topic should be submitted to the student's thesis supervisor by the end of the second term of studies. When completed the thesis will be examined under university regulations (see Faculty of Graduate Studies Masters Regulations).