PhD Programs in Engineering

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The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is intended for individuals who have completed a MASc in Engineering and plan to work in a research, academic, or industry/management intensive environment that demands the advanced research, analytical, and reasoning skills that come with a PhD degree. PhD students will typically attend a minimum of four courses, and for a minimum of 24 months, undertake a supervised thesis that researches an advanced engineering topic.

PhD Degrees are available in the the following areas:

Civil Engineering

Environmental Engineering

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Engineering Materials

Industrial and Manufacturing

Systems Engineering (Multi-Disciplinary Program)

Mechanical Engineering


For more information about the PhD programs, please contact the appropriate engineering office. 

Civil & Environmental Engineering ceeng@uwindsor.ca 
Electrical & Computer Engineering gradece@uwindsor.ca 
Engineering Materials mats@uwindsor.ca
Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering imsegradstudies@uwindsor.ca 
Mechanical Engineering mech@uwindsor.ca