Graduate Programs in Electrical and Computer Engineering
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers graduate programs, leading to the degrees of Doctor of Philosophy, Master of Applied Science and Master of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering. The main objective of these programs is to provide high quality graduate training in electrical and computer engineering beyond the Bachelor's degree. The Department promotes a rigorous scholarly environment with strong cross-disciplinary links supporting advanced education, research and engineering applications.
Doctor of Philosophy (full time)
The program leading to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) provides an opportunity for the student to pursue advanced research. The PhD program requires a minimum of four one-term courses and a research seminar, the successful completion of the qualifying examination and, a major research thesis which is expected to be an original and significant contribution to knowledge in the discipline.
Master of Applied Science (full time)
The program leading to the degree of Master of Applied Science (MASc) provides an opportunity for the student to pursue advance studies in a specific field of interest and an opportunity to engage in research and engineering design. The MASc program consists of five one-term courses, a research seminar and a research thesis.
Master of Engineering (full or part time)
The program leading to the degree of Master of Engineering (MEng) is intended to provide an opportunity for advanced study, primarily on a part-time basis, which leans more to design and engineering practice than to research. The MEng program requires the successful completion of ten one-term courses or eight one-term courses and a research project.
International Collaborative Exchange Programs
We offer students an opportunity to pursue a recognized graduate program at Ryerson University as well as at one of our partner universities in Europe. More information is available here: www.ee.ryerson.ca/icgp.html