The University of Windsor offers two master-level engineering programs—the Master of Engineering (MEng) and the Master of Applied Science (MASc).
The MEng is a course-based program designed for working professionals or recent graduates who want to increase their knowledge in multiple, advanced topics. The MASc program is a research-based program that allows students to progress to the PhD level upon successful completion.
Graduates of the MEng program can apply to UWindsor's fast-track MASc program, which provides them with additional research-specific training and education. Program transfers are possible between the MASc and MEng programs.
MEng students will be required to complete a minimum of eight graduate-level courses, including five from their area of specialization plus three required courses: Engineering Technical Communications, Engineering Mathematics and Engineering Project Management. Full-time students must complete this program in 3-5 semesters. Part-time students must complete within 15 semesters.
Focus your MEng degree in one of the following areas:
- Electrical Engineering
- Computer Engineering (Electrical-Computer Engineering)
- Mechanical Engineering
- Materials Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Civil Engineering
Please note: The Automotive MEng Program is managed by the Centre for Executive and Professional Education. For more information about the MEng Mechanical (Automotive) program, please contact email@example.com.