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What will I learn?

With an international reputation and world-class research programs, this Department is at the forefront of research and graduate training in mechanical and industrial engineering in Canada. The success of the department is based on the research capabilities of the faculty members and graduate students whose excellence is acknowledged and fostered through funding from external sources. The Department’s internationally renowned faculty members, state-of-the-art laboratories and well established research centres and laboratories for industrial control, computer- aided vehicle engineering, composites and computational fluid dynamics, attract Canadian and foreign students from a diversity of cultures and backgrounds.

The MASc program is a thesis-based program designed to provide students the opportunity to enhance specific areas of knowledge gained at the undergraduate level and to introduce them to research aimed at the acquisition of new scientific knowledge for the purpose of advancing the design of technological systems.

Students interested in the course-work masters program should refer to the MEng Programs instead.

Faculty Research Interests:

Faculty research in mechanical engineering includes:

  • Mechanics/Dynamics/Vibrations
  • Micro-systems and Devices
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Heat Transfer
  • Materials/Composites
  • Mechatronics/Control Systems/Flight Control
  • Structures/Stress Analysis/FEA
  • Bio-mechanical/Biomedical Engineering
  • Machining/CAD-CAM/CNC
  • Nano-Systems and nano-materials
  • Alternative Energy

Which department am I in?

Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science

Study options

Full Time (Minimum of 45 credits)

Tuition fees
Tuition fee: CAN $31,141 - CAN $43,423 for 45 credits
Start date

Expected January, September 2021

Venue

Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science

1515 Street. Catherine W,

MONTREAL,

Quebec (QC),

H3G 2W1, Canada

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Applicants may required to have a 4 year Bachelor Degree. Other English language requirements: TOEFL (paper-based) score 577 or higher; MELAB min. score: 85, 3 on speaking test; CAEL min. score: 70; CAE min. score: A; CPE (advanced qualification for proficient users only) min. score: C.

For international students

Applicants to the MASc program should hold a bachelor’s degree in engineering or equivalent with high standing. Consideration will also be given to candidates with a degree in a cognate area with high standing; such students may be required to enroll in an extended program. The Faculty Graduate Studies Committee will determine the acceptability of an applicant for admission to the program and may require an applicant to take specified undergraduate courses in order to qualify for acceptance. Qualified applicants requiring prerequisite courses may be required to take such courses in addition to their regular graduate program. Applicants with deficiencies in their undergraduate preparation may be required to take a qualifying program. An ability to write simple programs in a standard computer language will be assumed. Students lacking this skill will be required to register for a course prescribed by the Graduate Program Director. This course will be taken in addition to regular degree requirements.

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