Accelerated Master of Applied Science (MASc) Pathway
The pathway is open to undergraduate engineering students in third year. A demonstration of academic excellence and research potential are required, as well as a minimum CGPA of A- (3.67/4.33).
If you wish to apply, you must first identify a research supervisor. Together, you will develop a research focus as well as a plan of study that indicates your intended timelines with respect to the completion of your undergraduate degree and commencement of graduate studies, all of which is recorded in the Recommendation for Admission into the PDF fileAccelerated MASc Pathway form. The funding commitment is also verified via this form.
The final selection decisions to the accelerated MASc will be made by both the undergraduate and graduate associate chairs. Commencement of the pathway will be conditional on satisfactory fulfillment of all requirements specified in the approval form.
There are several scholarships available to you as an accelerated MASc student.
|Scholarship / Award||Value||Criteria||Application Deadline||Award Commencement||More Information|
|NSERC’s Undergraduate Student Research Award (USRA)||$4,500||Merit based||January/February (department dependent)||May – June (spring/summer term)||NSERC, external link, opens in new window|
|NSERC’s Canada Graduate Scholarships - Master’s Program (CGS-M)||
|Merit based||December 1||Fall term of the next academic year||NSERC, external link, opens in new window|
|Stalin Boctor Undergraduate Award||$2000||Financial need and merit based||October 15||As soon as decision is made||Registrar|
To view a complete list of undergraduate awards and scholarships, visit the Registrar’s awards and scholarships page.
You may enrol in a maximum of two (2) graduate level courses in addition to your regular undergraduate course requirements in the final year of your undergraduate program. These two courses will not be counted toward your undergraduate degree requirements nor will they be included in your undergraduate GPA calculations. They will be used towards your MASc degree requirements.
For a list of available courses, visit the Graduate Course Electives page.