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Aerospace MEng

Admission Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering or equivalent with high standing.

Degree Requirements

Fully-qualified candidates are required to complete a minimum of 45 credits.

Please see the Engineering Courses page for course descriptions and prerequisites.

Aerospace MEng (45 credits)

36credits of Coursework at the 6000 or 7000 level (2 courses must be taken outside Concordia). The selection of courses must be approved by the Program Director.      

credits of General/Preparatory Core Courses:


ENCS 6021 Engineering Analysis (4.00)
INDU 6351 System Reliability (4.00)
ENGR 6131 Linear Systems (4.00)
ENGR 6201 Fluid Mechanics (4.00)
ENGR 6421 Standards, Regulations and Certification (4.00)
ENGR 6441 Materials Engineering for Aerospace (4.00)
ENGR 6461 Avionic Navigation Systems (4.00)
ENGR 6501 Applied Elasticity (4.00)
ENGR 7181 Digital Control of Dynamic Systems (4.00)
MECH 6451 Computer-Aided Mechanical Design (4.00)
MECH 6481 Aeroelasticity (4.00)
MECH 6791 Aircraft Hydro-Mechanical and Fuel Systems (4.00)
MECH 6891 Aircraft Pneumatic and Electrical Power Systems (4.00)
MECH 6941 Concurrent Engineering in Aerospace Systems (4.00)
ENCS 6141 Probabilistic Methods in Design (4.00)
MECH 7012 Applied Numerical Computing I (1.00)
MECH 7013 Applied Numerical Computing II (1.00)


Any request for change on this requirement must be approved by the program director. Depending on the background, it may be required for the student to complete certain specified preparatory courses as part of their program.      


credits of Specialization Courses (from one or more areas):

 Aeronautics and Propulsion  

 Avionics and Control  

 Structures and Materials‌ 

 Space Engineering‌       

MECH 7012 Applied Numerical Computing I (1.00)
MECH 7013 Applied Numerical Computing II (1.00)


credits minimum with a maximum of 6 credits chosen from:

MECH 6961 Aerospace Case Study I (3.00)
MECH 6971 Aerospace Case Study II (3.00)



credits Industrial Stage:


ENGR 7961 Industrial Stage and Training (6.00)

Aeronautics and Propulsion

ENGR 6251 The Finite Difference Method in Computational Fluid Dynamics (4.00)
ENGR 6261 The Finite Element Method in Computational Fluid Dynamics (4.00)
MECH 6081 Fuel Control Systems for Combustion Engines (4.00)
MECH 6111 Gas Dynamics (4.00)
MECH 6121 Aerodynamics (4.00)
MECH 6161 Gas Turbine Design (4.00)
MECH 6171 Turbomachinery and Propulsion (4.00)
MECH 6191 Combustion (4.00)
MECH 6231 Helicopter Flight Dynamics (4.00)
MECH 6241 Operational Performance of Aircraft (4.00)

Avionics and Control

COEN 6711 Microprocessors and Their Applications (4.00)
ENCS 6161 Probability and Stochastic Processes (4.00)
ELEC 6141 Wireless Communications (4.00)
ELEC 6301 Advanced Electromagnetics (4.00)
ELEC 6351 Modern Antenna Theory (4.00)
ELEC 6361 Acoustics (4.00)
ELEC 6381 Techniques in Electromagnetic Compatibility (4.00)
ELEC 6601 Digital Signal Processing (4.00)
ELEC 6881 Fundamentals and Applications of MIMO Communications (4.00)
ENGR 6411 Robotic Manipulators I: Mechanics (4.00)
ENGR 7181 Digital Control of Dynamic Systems (4.00)
ENGR 7401 Robotic Manipulators II: Control (4.00)
ENGR 7461 Avionic Systems Design (4.00)
INDU 6411 Human Factors Engineering (4.00)
MECH 6021 Design of Industrial Control Systems (4.00)
MECH 6061 Analysis and Design of Hydraulic Control Systems (4.00)
MECH 6091 Flight Control Systems (4.00)
MECH 6621 Microprocessors and Applications (4.00)
MECH 6631 Industrial Automation (4.00)

Note: Students may not take both COEN 6711 and MECH 6621

Structures and Materials

ENGR 6311 Vibrations in Machines and Structures (4.00)
ENGR 6511 Fundamentals of Finite Element Analysis of Structures (4.00)
ENGR 6531 The Finite Element Method in Structural Mechanics (4.00)
ENGR 6541 Structural Dynamics (4.00)
ENGR 7331 Random Vibrations (4.00)
MECH 6301 Vibration Problems in Rotating Machinery (4.00)
MECH 6321 Optimum Design of Mechanical Systems (4.00)
MECH 6431 Introduction to Tribology (Wear, Friction and Lubrication) (4.00)
MECH 6441 Stress Analysis in Mechanical Design (4.00)
MECH 6471 Aircraft Structures (4.00)
MECH 6481 Aeroelasticity (4.00)
MECH 6491 Engineering Metrology and Measurement Systems (4.00)
MECH 6501 Advanced Materials (4.00)
MECH 6521 Manufacturing of Composites (4.00)
MECH 6561 High Strength Materials (4.00)
MECH 6581 Mechanical Behaviour of Polymer Composite Materials (4.00)
MECH 6601 Testing and Evaluation of Polymer Composite Materials and Structures (4.00)
MECH 7501 Design Using Composite Materials (4.00)

Space Engineering

ENGR 6951 Seminar on Space Studies (4.00)
ENGR 7201 Micro-Gravity Fluid Dynamics (4.00)
MECH 6251 Space Flight Mechanics and Propulsion Systems (4.00)

Additional Degree Requirements

For other courses available from the participating universities, consult their listings.

Students must complete a minimum of 45 credits of academic work consisting of: 36 credits of course work in the 6000 or 7000 level (2 courses must be taken outside Concordia), Aerospace Case Study (minimum 3 credits) and an Industrial Stage (6 credits). The selection of courses must be approved by the program director. For course prerequisites, refer to the course descriptions.

Note: Some graduate courses are content equivalent with specified undergraduate courses. These courses are not available for credit to students who have completed the undergraduate equivalent. Refer to the course descriptions for details.

Specialization Courses. Students should consult the program director at their home university for the selection of courses to suit their area of specialization and need not confine their choice to any one area. A minimum of two courses are to be taken outside of Concordia (minimum 3 credits per course), at least one each from any two of the participating universities. Courses must be chosen from the equivalent Master of Aerospace Engineering program of the participating universities. For courses available from the participating universities, consult their listings and request permission for limited enrolment courses. A second Aerospace Case Study course may be considered as a specialization course.

Aerospace Case Study. These courses, organized by CIMGAS, are conducted by experts from industry, and are given at one of the participating universities. The material given in a particular case study course might be offered only once. It is, therefore, the responsibility of the student to choose an appropriate course when it is offered. Space in some case study courses may be limited.

Industrial Stage and Training. There may be some restrictions placed on students chosen for the industry sponsored “stage.” For those students who are unable to obtain an industrial stage, it is possible to take ENGR 7961 for a project carried out at the university. Such students must obtain the approval of the program director.

Career Prospects

In Montreal, graduates have found work in companies such as Pratt & Whitney Canada, Bell Helicopter, CAE Electronics, Bombardier Aerospace, and others. They hold positions as varied as consulting engineers, aircraft designers, manufacturing plant managers, vice presidents, and chief executive officers. Some have also gone on to form their own companies, while others have taken jobs across Canada and abroad. A number of our graduates hold teaching positions in several universities across North America and in other countries.

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