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Electrical and Computer Engineering

M.Eng. with Industrial Internship

Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) - Non-Thesis (Course based or Internship)

The Master of Engineering (MEng) is a coursework based graduate program that provides a mixture of technical and professional skills to give students a distinct career advantage. The program is designed for students who are interested in learning advanced engineering skills in a specific area of specialization to enhance employment opportunities.

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department M.Eng. degree has three (3) different options: course based, course based with M.Eng project course, and internship. Once accepted into the program option, students can apply to enter the internship route.

M.Eng Program Options

1. M.Eng Course Based Program (Two Terms)

- 8 courses
- 4 courses must be graduate courses offered in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
- Remaining courses may be chosen from courses listed by the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, or another Queen's department, or from the Royal Military College

2. M.Eng Program with Project option (Three Terms)

- 6 courses + ELEC-898 Project Course
- 2 courses must be graduate courses offered in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
Remaining courses may be chosen from courses listed by the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, or another Queen's department, or from the Royal Military College

3. M.Eng program with Internship Option (Three Terms)

- 7 courses, ELEC-895 Internship Course and a 4 month industrial internship
- 3 courses must be graduate courses offered in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
Remaining courses may be chosen from courses listed by the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, or another Queen's department, or from the Royal Military College

**Note: All course selections must be approved by the Department. A maximum of two courses can be fourth year level undergraduate courses

Tuition is based on a program fee covering a 12 month period rather than on a per-course fee basis. Therefore if a student does not complete the program in the required two terms, Spring / Summer term fees will be charged even though students are not registered in courses.