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The MSc/MASc in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology introduces students to a broad range of theories and hands-on skills needed to thrive in this cutting-edge, highly interdisciplinary field.
Nanoscience/nanotechnology examines the science and technological capabilities of materials and devices on the nanometer scale. Research and development in this area spans from the fundamental physical science of materials to biological and environmental implications, to technology development and device engineering. A few examples of topics include quantum materials, nanoconstructs for medical applications, chemical nanoengineering, nanomechanical systems, smart thin-films and biological circuits.
Working in interdisciplinary teams, students will develop a strong track record in research and walk away with marketable skills in the emerging advanced materials sector.
Fully-qualified candidates are required to complete a minimum of 45 credits.
These requirements satisfy the general degree requirements for the Chemistry MSc and the Physics MSc and the Master of/Magistrate in Applied Science (MASc) offered by the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science.
credits of Core Courses:
• NANO 610 Principles of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (6.00)
This course must be completed in the first term after entry.
credits chosen from one of the following:
• CHEM 655 Master’s Research and Thesis (33.00) • PHYS 790 Master’s Research and Thesis (33.00) • ENGR 8901 Master of Applied Science Research and Thesis (29.00)
Chemistry: February 1st (international), June 1st (Canadian resident)
Physics: March 1st (all applicants)
Engineering: June 1 (all applicants)
Engineering: October 1 (all applicants)
Engineering: February 1 (all applicants)
Priority will be given to complete applications submitted by the deadline. In some cases, programs may continue to accept applications as long as there is space available.
International students: Considering the waiting period involved in meeting the entry requirements to Canada and Quebec, we strongly encourage international applicants to apply early and submit supporting documents prior to the deadline.
Tuition and fees of the program may depend on your student status, among other key factors. Estimate these costs based on the most common situations.
Funding packages are generally available for students in thesis-based programs. They come in the form of awards, teaching and research assistantships are offered at the time of admission to most students to allow them to focus on their research and studies. Research and thesis-based students are automatically considered for all entrance graduate awards when they apply to Concordia, provided they meet eligibility criteria. No separate application is required.
The Quebec and Canadian governments offer a number of competitive graduate scholarships. We encourage you to apply for these awards at the same time you are preparing your application.
Access our specialized research centres and state-of-the-art facilities to experience the immediate impact of your research in numerous areas of chemistry.
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Faculty of Arts & Science
Research under the supervision of faculty experts in fields such as bioengineering and chemistry in cutting-edge research centres which promote interdisciplinary collaborations in nano-, molecular and life sciences.
Department of Physics
Conduct your electrical and computer engineering research in established research centres and laboratories for telecommunications, signal processing, systems controls and robotics, power systems and renewable energy.
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science
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