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Industrial Engineering (MEng)

Program type
Course-based
Primary campus
Sir George Williams (SGW)
Duration
2 years
Credits
45 credits
Start term
Fall, Winter
Experiential learning
Internship

Program overview

The MEng in Industrial Engineering is a course-based program for practicing engineers who want to enhance their knowledge, analytical skills and ability to solve complex technological problems. With an international reputation and world-class research programs, our Department is at the forefront of research and graduate training in Canada. You will have access to state-of-the-art laboratories and established research centres in a department that promotes interdisciplinary research in industrial control, computer-aided vehicle engineering, composites and computational fluid dynamics. This program combines course work with the option to complete one or more projects. Students interested in pursuing a doctorate should apply to the MASc program instead.

Program structure

Admission requirements

All Options:

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

Option I. Engineering Management (additional):

  • Those applicants who are currently employed as engineers must have a minimum two years full-time relevant work experience.
  • Those applicants who are currently not employed must have a minimum of five years work experience as an engineer.

Proficiency in English. Applicants whose primary language is not English must demonstrate that their knowledge of English is sufficient to pursue graduate studies in their chosen field. Please refer to the Graduate Admission page for further information on the Language Proficiency requirements and exemptions.

Application process


Tuition & funding

Other programs of interest

Industrial Engineering (MASc)
  • Thesis
Industrial Engineering (MASc)

Study in state-of-the-art laboratories and apply interdisciplinary research and development in industrial control, computer-aided vehicle engineering, composites and computational fluid dynamics.

Department

Faculty

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