Electrical & Computer Engineering (MASc)
Master of Applied Science (MASc)
The Master of Applied Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering is a thesis-based program that introduces students to the research methods used in the field of electrical and computer engineering. It builds on specific areas of knowledge gained at the undergraduate level. The Master of Applied Science (MASc) program is intended for students who are interested in pursuing advanced studies and research at the postgraduate level, including the completion of a thesis. Students who want to continue on to a PhD should enroll in the MASc program. Practicing engineers who wish to follow a course-based program should apply to the MEng instead. This degree is primarily for students interested in full-time study.
Proficiency in English
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 English language proficiency page for further information on requirements and exemptions.
The requirements described here are in addition to the general degree requirements for the Master of/Magistrate in Applied Science (MASc) .
Fully-qualified candidates are required to complete a minimum of 45 credits.
Please see the Engineering Courses page for course descriptions.
Electrical and Computer Engineering MASc (45 credits)
|16||credits minimum of coursework chosen from the Engineering Courses section, approved by the student’s supervisor and either the Graduate Program Director or the chair of the department.|
1. Submit your application and pay a $100 CAD application fee. A student ID number will be issued
3. A completed file that is ready to be assessed will include:
- Application form and Fee
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Three Letters of Reference and assessment form
- Statement of purpose
- Transcripts (with mark sheets if applicable) for all post-secondary institutions attended
- Proof of Canadian citizenship (if applicable)
- Applicants whose primary language is not English, are required to submit official language test scores, unless exempted.
4. An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.
For initial assessment purposes, scanned and uploaded copies of documents are accepted. To finalize a file, once admitted, Concordia University will require official documents.
|Electrical and Computer Engineering|
|Canadian / International /
|MASc||June 1||Oct. 1||Feb. 1|
ECE produces a high level of research activity that benefits from more than 1.5 million dollars in annual funding. Faculty members are involved in eleven areas of research:
- Systems, control and robotics
- Circuits and systems; communications
- Computer communications and protocols
- Signal processing
- High performance architecture
- Software engineering;
- VLSI systems
- Microwave and optoelectronics
- Antennas and electromagnetic compatibility
- Power electronics and adjustable speed drives