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Electrical and Computer Engineering

Doctor of/Doctorate in Philosophy (Electrical and Computer Engineering)

See the description of the Doctor of/Doctorate in Philosophy requirements in the general section on the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science

Master’s Programs in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Requirements for the Degree

The requirements described here are in addition to the general degree requirements for the Master’s/Magisteriate Programs in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science

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Master of/Magisteriate in Applied Science (Electrical and Computer Engineering)

Students must complete 45 credits as shown below.

  1. Courses. A minimum of 16 credits chosen from the Engineering Courses section, approved by the student’s supervisor and either the Graduate Program Director or the chair of the department.

  2. Thesis. 29 credits.

Master of/Magisteriate in Engineering (Electrical and Computer Engineering)

Students must complete 45 credits distributed as follows:

  1. A minimum of 36 credits consisting of 6000 numbered courses chosen from Topic Areas: E01, E03, E10, E42, E43, E44, E45, E47, E48, F03, and ELEC/COEN courses in E02.

    These credits should be structured as follows:

    1. Two concentrations from Topic Areas: E03, E42, E43, E44, E45, E47, E48, F03 should be selected.
    2. In each of these two Topic Areas, at least 12 credits should be taken.
       
  2. The remaining nine (9) credits must be obtained by selecting one of the following:

    1. ENCS 6931, a 9-credit industrial training course;
      OR
    2. A 4-credit complementary course from Topic Area E09 together with ENGR 6991, a 5-credit project course.
      OR
    3. A 4-credit complementary course from Topic Area E09, the 1-credit seminar course ELEC 6961, together with one 4-credit course from the Engineering Courses section chosen with the permission of the Department on a case-by-case basis.

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