Welcome Future Graduate Students!
Imagine contributing to the body of knowlege in the important field of Electrical and Computer Engineering. You can play a vital role in future developments in such areas as microchip design, solar vehicles, robots, next generation internet, fibre optics, communications, power engineering, green energy, wireless networks, internet security, and thousands of other areas. Almost every aspect of modern life is impacted by electrical and computer engineering.
At Queen's University, you will be work side-by-side with professors who not only know the industry, but help to shape it. Recent major employment surveys showed that Computer and Electrical Engineers are amongst the highest demand university graduates. Distinguish yourself with a graduate degree from one of the most research intensive universities in Canada to help secure the future you want.
Follow the tabs on the side of this page to learn more about why graduate work in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Queen's is right for you.
Our graduate program is the largest in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen's, and one of the largest graduate programs in the University. This means lots of opportunity for interaction and growth and a strong vibrant research program.
We offer graduate programs leading to the degrees of:
- Master of Engineering (M.Eng) with Internship
- MENG Project Information Session
- MENG Industrial Internship Program Timeline
- Master of Engineering (M.Eng.): professional degree without thesis
- Master of Applied Science (M.A.Sc.): research degree with thesis*
- 4+1 Master of Applied Science (M.A.Sc.): research degree with thesis*
- Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)*
*Students enrolled in the research degrees are usually funded through a combination of research assistantships, teaching assistantships, and/or scholarships. There are lots of opportunities for funding.