Graduate Programs

Our graduate programs are designed to prepare students for successful and rewarding professional careers in civil or environmental engineering. Graduates will find themselves meeting the challenges of efficient building design, improving the design of water and wastewater treatment facilities, traffic congestion, energy needs and urban redevelopment. As a civil and environmental engineering graduate, you will be able to directly impact the health and wellbeing of the general public in many Canadian communities.

The University of Windsor offers two master-level engineering programs --- Master of Engineering (MEng) and Master of Applied Science (MASc). The MASc Program is a research-based program that allows students to progress to the PhD level upon successful completion.  The Civil and Environmental Engineering Department offers the MASc and PhD degrees in the following areas:

(MASc) Master of Applied Science - research-based program 

MASc (Thesis Option) - four graduate courses are required to be taken and research is required to be conducted that results in a Thesis over approximately two years. 

MASc (Major Paper Option) - eight graduate courses are required to be taken and less advanced research is conducted that results in a Major Paper over approximately two years.

(Ph.D) Doctor of Philosophy - research-based program

For application information view How to apply to a Graduate Program, or for more information about our MASc and PhD programs please contact ceeng@uwindsor.ca.

The MEng is a course-based program designed for working professionals or recent graduates who want to increase their knowledge in multiple, advanced topics.  For program information please refer to the links below and for MEng application information please visit uwindsor.ca/mengprog.  For additional information please contact mengprog@uwindsor.ca.

(MEng) Master of Engineering - course-based program