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Graduate programs in the Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science are designed to include a high degree of interaction between faculty members and graduate students, and to have a strong component of scholarship, research, and creative activity. 

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Life after PhD
GRADTalks Lecture Series

Thursday, March 9, 2017
Reception 5-6pm
Panel Discussion 6:30-8pm

Sears Atrium
Third Floor, George Vari Engineering & Computing Centre
245 Church Street

According to The Conference Board of Canada’s report, Inside and Outside the Academy: Valuing and Preparing PhDs for Careers, "only 40 per cent of PhD graduates work in the post-secondary education (PSE) sector, while the majority of PhDs end up working outside academia." Join four of our Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science PhD graduates in a panel discussion sharing their personal journeys to diverse career paths in their Life after PhD

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Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering
(Phd, MASc, MEng, PMDip)

Students in this program will conduct significant, internationally recognized research in key areas of importance to the aerospace community within Canada.

Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering
(PhD, MASc, MEng)

This program supports student development in biomedical engineering R&D to meet demand for better medical devices and equipment and improved biomedical procedures.

Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering
(PhD, MASc, MEng)

This dynamic program emphasizes research in water, wastewater and food treatment technologies, and polymer and process engineering.

Computer Networks

Computer Networks
(MASc, MEng)

This program is for networking professionals wishing to increase their knowledge, and those less familiar with the area who are preparing to enter the high-demand field of computer networks.

Energy & Innovation

Energy & Innovation (PMDip)

Developed by the Centre for Urban Energy (CUE) at Ryerson University, the Professional Master’s Diploma (PMDip) in Energy and Innovation is intended to provide participants with the knowledge and skills required to function competently as officers, administrators, technicians, analysts and other key occupations in the fast-growing and rapidly-changing Canadian energy sector.

Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Mechanical &
Industrial Engineering
(PhD, MASc, MEng)

Students in this program will conduct advanced research in thermofluids, manufacturing, materials, solid mechanics and industrial engineering.

Architecture

Architecture
(MArch)

As issues around the natural environment increase in importance, architects must be willing and able to take on leadership roles within society. This accredited program prepares students to do just that. Our Master of Architecture program is accredited by the Canadian Architectural Certification Board.

Building Science

Building Science
(
MASc, MBSc)

This unique program offers graduates of building-related programs the opportunity to explore the building science principles necessary to deliver sustainable buildings.

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering
(PhD, MASc, MEng)

This state-of-the-art program is designed to prepare highly qualified graduate students to play an active role in enhancing the nation's economic, environmental and social development.

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Electrical &
Computer Engineering
(PhD, MASc, MEng)

Students in this program advance research in the areas of signal processing and communications, computer systems engineering and power engineering.

Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship
(MEIE)

Students in this program will advance their own technology-based startups within the rapidly growing sectors of health and other emerging technologies, and energy and sustainability.

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